YPS card, QR services available for 90 YBS bus lines

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A passenger using YPS QR service via mobile phone for bus fare payment.

YPS card and QR services have been extended step by step, and now they can be used for 90 bus lines and will be continued for the rest of the bus lines, according to Yangon Payment Services-YPS.
These services are currently available on the following bus lines: YBS (55), YBS (13), YBS(57), YBS (63), YBS (42), YBS (65), YBS (22), YBS (64), YBS (111), YBS (133), YBS (134), YBS (84), YBS(135), YBS (142), YBS (130), YBS (136), YBS (138), YBS (139), YBS (39), YBS (21), YBS (131), YBS (80), YBS (81), YBS (132), YBS (85), YBS (76), YBS (27), YBS(66), YBS(79), YBS (12), YBS (14), YBS (25), YBS (30), YBS (38), YBS (117), YBS (128), YBS (100) and YBS (103).
Further bus lines — YBS (19), YBS (40), YBS (35), YBS (61), YBS (68), YBS (137), YBS (62), YBS(87), YBS (108), YBS (88),YBS (37), YBS (43), YBS (96), YBS (104), YBS (109), YBS (72), YBS (89), YBS (24), YBS (28), YBS (58), YBS (113), YBS (36), YBS (116), YBS (11), YBS (115), YBS (60), YBS (29), YBS (17), YBS (141), YBS (145), YBS (26), YBS (114), YBS (15), YBS (10), YBS (7), YBS (112), YBS (8), YBS (4), YBS (59), YBS (2), YBS (3), YBS (110), YBS (32), YBS (78), YBS (93), YBS (94), YBS (118), YBS (97), YBS (143),YBS (23), YBS (144) and YBS (66) — have also started providing the services.
YPS cards and YPS QR services are available at YPS counter one at Sule and YPS counter two at Thakin Mya Park. YPS counter three is at Myanmar Plaza, YPS counter four is at Hledan, and YPS counter five is at the 8th mile (in front of Junction 8).
“We have jointly worked with respective bus lines for cases where some YBS bus lines closed card readers. If passengers take a record of the bus number and bus line number, we will carry out inspections and take action promptly,” YPS announced.
For the use of the YPS QR system, the MPyps+ Application (Android version) can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or Huawei AppGallery, and it can be used after registration.
“Some bus lines don’t open card reader. A QR code is more convenient, though it is not supported for some phones. We want them to be reformed. Some drivers behave impolitely towards passengers, and we want also it to be repaired,” said Ko Pyae Sone, a company employee who uses YPS service every day. — MT/ZS/ED

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