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56 ticket counters added at Gongabu based New Buspark


17 June 2023  

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KATHMANDU: A total of 56 ticket counters have been added as public transport from Kathmandu to outside the valley will now be operational only from the new bus park in Gongabu.

The ticket counters were added after the vehicles operating from Balkhu, Kalanki, Balaju, Machhapokhari, Gongabu, Koteshwar and other areas within Kathmandu began operating from the new bus park starting June 16. A decision to this end was taken by Kathmandu Metropolitan City.

Chief of Municipal Police of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Rajunath Pandey, said ticket counters operating haphazardly from Gongbu, Kalanki, and Chabahil areas have been removed.

Lotse Multi-Purpose Pvt. Ltd has added 56 new ticket counters. Head of Human Resources of Lotse Multi-Purpose Pvt. Ltd., Pankaj Malla, said that 56 new ticket counters for jeeps and microbuses have been set up inside New Bus Park for the implementation of the decision made by Kathmandu Metropolitan City.

Earlier, only large public vehicles were operating from the new bus park. The new bus park spread over an area of 161 ropani, has the capacity to park more than 800 large public vehicles.

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