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Dala bus terminal provides regular bus services to travellers

NATIONAL NEWS

Dala bus terminal is providing its regular bus service for the convenience of the travellers, according to the Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA) in Dala Township.
The highway express is running to the townships in the Ayeyawady region and Yangon region through the Dala bus terminal.
Seven bus lines are currently running daily as usual to the townships in the Ayeyawady region. Those seven bus lines include Shwe Myanmar bus lines (Dedaye-Dala), Pan Yoma, Kaung Htet Thu/Shwe Lamin, Toe Ayeya, Myit Ayeya Kyaw (Maubin-Dala) and, Yarthatpan and Aung Sitt The (Pyapon-Dala).
Similarly, five bus lines are also running as usual to the townships in Yangon region. Those bus lines are Htet Aung Kyaw (Dala-Pyapon), Paing Ayeya (Dala-Kyaiklat), Shwe Thahtay (Dala-Pyapon), Htawaya (Dala-Pyapon) and Shwe Chan Thar (Dala-Pyapon).
“The number of passengers has declined due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Currently, we could not expect many passengers like before. And, these bus lines are running in line with the current COVID-19 rules and regulations. The bus lines are also carrying only five passengers on board. Although there are only a few passengers on board, the bus lines are running for the convenience of the passengers, said an express driver from one bus line based in the Ayeyawady region.
Besides, over 120 YBS buses and 12 YBS microbus numbers 47,48,49 and 50 are running daily as usual from Dala-Twantay-Kawhmu-Kungyangon townships to Hlinethaya.
During the pandemic period, more than 600 passengers have been transported daily with five passengers aboard in each bus, said an official from the YRTA in Dala township.
About 294 YBS buses, from 23 bus lines in Dala township in Yangon and Ayeyawady, transport the passengers. The YBS business officials have warned YBS passengers to wear masks and maintain social distance from fellow passengers while travelling on board the buses. — Naing Lin Kyaw (Dala)/GNLM

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