Plans underway to build bus terminal in Public Rental Housing Project

Discussions are being made between the Yangon mayor and the Yangon Region Public Transport Committee-YRTC to build the bus terminal in the Public Rental Housing Project, according to the meeting between Yangon City Development Committee-YCDC Chairman (Mayor) U Bo Htay and the YRTC held on 24 February.
Bus terminal construction works will be carried out to run the bus line for transportation in the Public Rental Housing Project, located on No 7 Main Circular Road in Dagon Myothit (South) Township.
The Department of Urban and Housing Development clarified that the construction activities within the designated land area in the project will be verified according to the perspective of urban planning, and restrictions will be placed following the procedure. The YRTC presented the conditions to be invested regarding the construction, the design to be built and the proposals for vehicle entrance and exit ways.
Then, the Yangon Mayor instructed to start the bus terminal construction works for smooth traffic since the project construction works will be completed soon.
The 10,000 public rental housing project is being implemented in Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon and Mandalay, aiming for the accommodation of civil servants who have difficulties in living, retired employees and low-income people. A total of 194 buildings and 3,104 apartments are being built in Yangon as the first phase and now about 74 per cent have been completed. — TWA/CT

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