Over 100 YBS buses charging elevated fares suspended from CNG utilization

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Some YBS buses running to transport passengers across Yangon City.

According to the Yangon Region Public Transport Committee-YRTC, the CNG licences of over 100 YBS buses operating in Yangon City have been suspended. Additionally, 66 YBS drivers who ran through red lights three times faced the maximum penalty of termination of their YBS driving licences.
CNG licences will be suspended for three months if YBS lines do not have way bills and destinations, and for three months if a conductor is found on the vehicle. A six-month suspension will be imposed for charging fares exceeding the specified amount. If charging fares exceeding the specified amount and the presence of a conductor are found out, CNG licences will be suspended for one year.
Action has been taken against nearly 170,000 YBS buses that violated the rules between 1 January and 30 September of this year. If a bus violates the rules three or more times, the licence to operate the line will be revoked.
Furthermore, reckless driving, attempting to overtake each other, and running red lights will be monitored in real-time by the Traffic Control Centre. Video records will be stored, and appropriate action will be taken against offenders. — TWA/KZW

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