New embossed number plates installed on over 1,700 YBS buses as of 14 February

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YBS buses are pictured at the city bus station.

A total of 1,730 YBS buses installed new embossed number plates from 1 to 14 February as the Department of Road Transport Administration directed State-owned departmental vehicles, highway vehicles, city buses, taxis and trucks to be fitted with embossed number plates before 31 March.
YRTC member 1 U Khin Maung Htwe said that all YBS buses would change their current number plates into new embossed number plates during the specified period and those which would not change are to be revoked of operational permission.
The newly-installed embossed number plate has a good security system with the addition of township symbol numbers and it can prevent the installation of fake numbers.
According to YRTC, there are 5,760 YBS buses but only about 3,800 vehicles are under operation.
In addition, YBS buses owned by private owners have to be converted to a public company and those who are not following will get their licence to fill CNG and operate bus lines revoked. — TWA/MKKS

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