Increased load factor of the roads, AC bus from Prayagraj to Lucknow every 30 minutes

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With the end of the Corona curfew, the road load factor in the Prayagraj region has started to increase. After almost two months, the occupancy rate in the Prayagraj region has risen to 60 percent. As a result, the daily income from roads has now also increased. In the meantime, the number of AC Janrath buses on the Lucknow line has been increased due to the higher number of passengers. From now on, AC buses are available to passengers to Lucknow every 30 minutes. AC buses were available every 30 minutes before and after Holi from the Civil Lines bus station of Roadways to Lucknow, but with the second wave of Corona, the number of AC buses was reduced due to the lower passenger traffic from roadways in the past month, AC bus passengers only came every hour and a half to two hours to Lucknow. Due to the increasing number of passengers, the AC Janrath bus on the Lucknow line is now available every 30 minutes.

The number of Janrath buses on the Varanasi, Gorakhpur and Faizabad routes has also been increased. On the other hand, the daily load on the lanes has also risen to 60 percent. While the load was 80 percent at the beginning of April, it had dropped to 30-40 percent in May. Roadways Regional Manager TKS Bisen says that passenger numbers are now increasing. Nowadays there is more passenger movement on the Gorakhpur, Faizabad, Jaunpur route than in Lucknow. In the coming days, the number of passengers is expected to increase further.

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With the end of the Corona curfew, the road load factor in the Prayagraj region has started to increase. After almost two months, the occupancy rate in the Prayagraj region has risen to 60 percent. As a result, the daily income from roads has now also increased. In the meantime, the number of AC Janrath buses on the Lucknow line has been increased due to the higher number of passengers. From now on, AC buses are available to passengers to Lucknow every 30 minutes.

AC buses were available every 30 minutes before and after Holi from the Civil Lines bus station of Roadways to Lucknow, but with the second wave of Corona, the number of AC buses was reduced due to the lower passenger traffic from roadways in the past month, AC bus passengers only came every hour and a half to two hours to Lucknow. Due to the increasing number of passengers, the AC Janrath bus on the Lucknow line is now available every 30 minutes.

The number of Janrath buses on the Varanasi, Gorakhpur and Faizabad routes has also been increased. On the other hand, the daily load on the lanes has also risen to 60 percent. While the load was 80 percent at the beginning of April, it had dropped to 30-40 percent in May. Roadways Regional Manager TKS Bisen says that passenger numbers are now increasing. Nowadays there is more passenger movement on the Gorakhpur, Faizabad, Jaunpur route than in Lucknow. In the coming days, the number of passengers is expected to increase further.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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