The work on the ongoing project of launching Green Line Metro Bus in Karachi is moving at the slow pace. The plan will surely take some time to get a successful end. For the successful completion of the project, Ministry of Communications has divided the construction plan of Karachi Metro Bus into five master plans.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has already assured that Karachi’s Green Line Bus will be more beautiful than Lahore Metro.
Karachi Metro Bus Route Map
Check out the outstanding design and route map of Karachi Green Line Metro Bus that is currently under construction.
It is a mega development project that was announced by the PM Nawaz last year. On February 25, 2016, PM Nawaz formally inaugurated the project. The project is expected to finish by the start of the year 2017. The operation will also begin in the February 2017.
At the first phase, there will be twenty bus stations and separate lanes for coming and going. The elevated section will be 11.7 KMs long and 7.7 KMs the length of the section on the ground. After becoming operational, Karachi Metro Bus will commence the operation from, Surjani to Jama Cloth Market. It will be 18 KMs long routes. After the first phase, next phase will be started to add the five other lines, and these will complete in the two, two and half years.
After successful completion, Karachi Metro Bus will be the largest bus service in the country. Daily 350,000 will travel via Karachi Metro Bus. Karachi Metro Bus service will alleviate the serve traffic congestion problems in the city and to improve the quality of the daily life commuters by improving the existing transport system of the city. In addition to providing the reliable, safe, affordable and high-quality transportation service in the city it will reduce the travel time as well.
Work on Multan Metro Bus Service has been entered into the final phase. Faisalabad will also get Metro bus system by the mid of 2017. By the end of 20117, seven major cities of the country will have a modern Bus Rapid Transit System.