Sindh Governor Imran Ismail said the federal government approved various development schemes in power sectors for the province.
He addressed press conference in Karachi on Monday.
Sindh governor said that the prime minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the Green Line project.
While the infrastructure work of the project completed.
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail maintained that agreement reached over the fare and subsidies of the said scheme.
Regarding funds for uplift works, the governor said that eight billion rupees released for Sindh.
Earlier, the federal government accorded approval to a project to manage the operations of Green Line BRTS in first three years to transfer them to the Sindh government afterwards.
The federal government accorded approval to “Operationalization of Green Line BRTS and Installation of Intelligent Transport System Equipment” at the cost of Rs 10.956 billion in Central Development Working Party (CDWP).
Moreover, Sindh Infrastructure Development Company Limited (SIDCL)-a federal government entity-would manage the operations of Green Line bus.
Sindh Governor on Green Line Project
Moreover, Under this project, Fleet of 65 Articulated Diesel hybrid (regenerating) air-conditioned buses (18 m) will be procured.
The capacity of each bus is 160+passengers (seating+standing) and carrying capacity of bus fleet is 300,000 passengers per day.
However, The Green Line is a bus rapid transit line under construction in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
The 35 km (21.7 mi) busway is the first phase of the Karachi Metrobus network.