Pink Bus Service to operate on two more routes in Karachi

The Sindh government announced on Tuesday that the women’s only Pink Bus Service will operate on two new routes in Karachi from March 1 (tomorrow).
The announcement was made in a meeting under the chairmanship of Information and Transport Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon.
Transport Secretary Abdul Haleem Sheikh, MD Sindh Mass Transit Authority Zubair Chana, PDNRTC Soheb Shafiq, Operations Manager Abdul Shakoor and others participated in the meeting.
It was also announced that the fleet of Pink Bus Service traveling from Model Colony to Tower Route-1 will be increased from tomorrow.
The two new routes of the women’s only bus service include Route-2 from Power Chowrangi to Indus Hospital and Route-10 from Numaish Chowrangi to Sea View clock tower.
Memon shared the news on Twitter, saying that the Pink Bus Service will provide the women of Karachi with more facilities for “safe and better travel” around the city.
He said that the first new route, Route-2, will travel to Power Chowrangi, North Karachi, Indus Hospital Korangi, Nagan Chowrangi, Johar Mour, COD, Drig Road, Shahrah e Faisal, Shah Faisal colony, Singer Chowrangi and Korangi No 5.
Route-10 will travel to Numaish Chowrangi, M A Jinnah Road, Zaibunissa Street, Metropol, Do Talwar, Teen Talwar, Mazar e Abdullah Shah Ghazi, Dolman Mall and Sea View ClockTtower, he tweeted.
At the meeting, Memon also directed the NRTC to run the People’s Bus Service up to Hawke’s Bay Road.
He said that a survey should be completed on more new routes of the People’s Bus Service in Karachi. “I also want more new routes of People’s Electric Bus Service to be started as soon as possible,” he said.