9 Bago-Yangon bus lines to relocate to Aung Mingala Terminal

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A bus line runs from Bago to Yangon

Yangon Region Public Transport Committee (YRTC) has worked on relocating nine highway bus lines plying between Bago and Yangon Aung Mingala Highway Bus Terminal, and the building is under construction to accommodate bus stations, Bago highway committee member U Ba Myint said at a press conference on 2 July at YRTC.
For bus gates, the construction of the building has been completed by about 50 per cent, with the approval of the Yangon City Development Committee.
“Of 10 Bago-Yangon bus lines, nine will be relocated to Aung Mingala and the rest one which connects Bago with Ayeyawady Region will continue running from Dagon Ayeya Highway Bus Terminal. YCDC granted a 200 ft-60 ft land plot near Gate 1 to set up gates for Bago-Yangon bus lines, and construction has completed nearly 50 per cent. The remaining 50 per cent is expected to finish this month, and bus lines will start running at the end of the month,” he said.
Bus lines will start to run after the construction is finished. Passengers can come to take buses at Aung Mingala and about 20 to 30 buses will be provided on a daily basis. Bus fare from Bago to Yangon’s Aung Mingala Terminal is set at K3,000 by the consent of bus lines, and action will be taken if it charges more, he said. — MT/ZS

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