The charging station for e-buses will be completed in two months

RM inspects the station.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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RM visited the charging station under construction as part of Smart City

Bareilly. Preparations for the use of electric buses in the city have been intensified. On Friday, the Roadways Regional Manager inspected the charging station under construction in Swalenagar on the instructions of the commissioner. He instructed that the work be completed as soon as possible. During the inspection he was informed by the executing organization that the work should be completed by September 15th.
It is noteworthy that, as part of the Smart City, electric buses are to be operated in the city. In addition to defining the route, the traffic department also took over the work to clear traffic jams. The municipal utilities have to build charging stations for electric buses. Construction has started in Swalenagar as part of Smart City. The building construction work is 90 percent complete. Work on installing the charging station will be carried out from next month. According to the commissioner’s instructions, the regional manager reached Swalenagar at 1 a.m. on Friday afternoon. Construction officials said work on installing charging points in the building will begin in mid-August and be completed by September 15. At this time, the streets will also be equipped with buses. After the process, operations will start in November. Buses operate in the city from Swalenagar to the airport, from Swalenagar to the train station and from the Swalenagar charging station via Delapir to Delapir.

The minimum price is Rs.

After the route was set by roadways, an exercise to set the fare for electric buses on the Lucknow lines was started. The minimum tariff for electric buses is kept at Rs. The maximum fare is set depending on the distance. The process of setting the electric bus fare will be completed within a month.

RM visited the charging station under construction as part of Smart City

Bareilly. Preparations for the use of electric buses in the city have been intensified. On Friday, the Roadways Regional Manager inspected the charging station under construction in Swalenagar on the instructions of the commissioner. He instructed that the work be completed as soon as possible. During the inspection he was informed by the executing organization that the work should be completed by September 15th.

It is noteworthy that, as part of the Smart City, electric buses are to be operated in the city. In addition to defining the route, the traffic department also took over the work to clear traffic jams. The municipal utilities have to build charging stations for electric buses. Construction has started in Swalenagar as part of Smart City. The building construction work is 90 percent complete. Work on installing the charging station will be carried out from next month. According to the commissioner’s instructions, the regional manager reached Swalenagar at 1 a.m. on Friday afternoon. Construction officials said work on installing charging points in the building will begin in mid-August and be completed by September 15. At this time, the streets will also be equipped with buses. After the trial run, operations will start in November. Buses operate in the city from Swalenagar to the airport, from Swalenagar to the train station and from the Swalenagar charging station via Delapir to Delapir.

The minimum price is Rs.

After the route was set by roadways, an exercise to set the fare for electric buses on the Lucknow lines was started. The minimum tariff for electric buses is kept at Rs. The maximum fare is set depending on the distance. The process of setting the electric bus fare will be completed within a month.

The aim is to start operating electric buses in the city from November. As part of this, the construction of the charging center was checked on Friday. Construction work will be completed by September 15th. – RK Tripathi, Regional Manager Roadways

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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