Two airport-city shuttle bus lines slash operation time

YBS buses in the downtown Yangon. Photo: Phoe KhwaR
YBS buses in the downtown Yangon. Photo: Phoe KhwaR

The two YBS lines with 24-hour service to the airport, operated by Omni Focus General Services Public Company, will temporarily reduce its service to 19 hours from 18 March to 30 April.
To facilitate the transportation of the daily commuters, the company has been running 24-hour shuttle bus service: Airport-Downtown and YBS line linking Airport and two high-way terminals (Aungmingala and Dagon Ayar). Those bus lines will temporarily slash operation time.
At present, the tourist arrivals at the Yangon International Airport is decreasing. In the night time, the passengers rarely take the shuttle service. Starting from 18 March, the shuttle buses will run between 4 am and 11 pm.
Real-time information will be provided in regards to the bus service, the Company notified.
The World Health Organization declared the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. Myanmar President’s office issued the directive that restricted the public gatherings, celebrations, and events until 30 April. (Translated by Ei Myat Mon)

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