Pansodan-Dala ferries run 40 plies for convenience of passengers

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The Pansodan-Dala ferry "Cherry" is seen in the Yangon River against the background of Yangon city.

Cherry ferries are being operated along the Yangon River for the convenience of passengers from Dala, Twantay, Kawmhu, Kungyangon townships.
Currently, the ferry service is running 40 plies on weekdays and weekends. The ferries are running alternatively departing from Dala at 5:30 am and departing from Pansodan at 6 am.
The last ferry departs at 7 pm from Dala and 7:30 pm from Pansodan. The ferry plies have been rescheduled for the convenience of the passengers. Currently, the passengers are travelling peacefully and regularly.
The water ferry routes are being increased depending on the number of passengers from across the country, according to the Delta Division of the Inland Water Transport (IWT).
JICA donated three motor ferries called “Cherry” and they were handed over to the Dala jetty on 15 November 2014. These ferries have been offering service in an alternative way daily.
The jetty is one of the busiest ports in the Yangon region, providing the best service for commuters. —Thuta/GNLM

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