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No restriction on unmanned cargo delivery services: MoTC

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Product receiving counters of express lines are pictured around the Aung San Stadium.

There is no restriction on unmanned cargo delivery services of highway bus lines from Yangon to other regions/states, according to the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The rumours spread that the Yangon-based highway bus lines are not allowed to transport unmanned parcels recently. Starting 4 August, authorities informed the bus lines and cargo transport counters at the Aung San Stadium in Mingala Taungnyunt Township that they no longer permit cargo services of highway bus lines. After that, the rumours spread like that.
“Currently, the cargo service is available at the Aung Mingala Highway Bus Terminal and U Chitt Maung station. The officials instructed not to transport the 19 restricted materials. The unmanned parcels are still available,” said an official of the highway bus line.
Counters at the Aung San Stadium are branches of the Aung Mingala Highway Bus Terminal and various bus lines are concentrated there. The ban on loading and unloading processes causes difficulties to the business people
Recently, the counters at the Aung San Stadium did not offer services for unmanned parcels but the stations at Aung Mingala Highway Bus Terminal and in the downtown area.
It aims to launch heavy maintenance on the stadium.
The express buses are not allowed to carry 19 types of materials including drones, binoculars, iron materials, wire, solar and power bank.
Moreover, the express buses must put the cargo and parcels inside the belly and if they fail to follow, they will face legal action. — TWA/GNLM

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