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Punjab Mass Transit Authority Breaks Records

Punjab Mass Transit Authority Breaks Records

Punjab Mass Transit Authority Breaks Records

Punjab Mass Transit Authority Breaks Records

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  • The Punjab Mass Transit Authority (PMA) achieved a record-breaking milestone in ridership.
  • The recorded count of 945,899 riders represents the highest ever documented by PMA.
  • The interim Punjab government approved fare hikes for the Orange Line train.
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The Punjab Mass Transit Authority (PMA) declared that it achieved a historic milestone in ridership on its buses and trains on February 12, 2024.

The figure of 945,899 riders marks the highest count ever documented by PMA, signifying a significant achievement for the organization.

PMA oversees six distinct transit systems in Punjab, comprising the Orange Line Metro Train, Lahore Metrobus, Lahore feeder routes, Multan Metrobus, Multan feeder routes, and the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus system. Each of these systems experienced a surge in ridership on February 12th.

Yesterday, the interim government of Punjab authorized a fare hike for the Orange Line train and Multan metro bus. Reports suggest that the fare for the Orange Line Metro Train is set to rise by five rupees.

Likewise, a five-rupee increase has been sanctioned for the Multan metro bus fare.

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Additionally, the caretaker government has authorized a five-rupee raise in feeder bus fares. This adjustment in fares comes as a response to the recent surge in fuel prices.

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