Suryabinayak-Ratna Park express bus service resumes operations

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Kathmandu: After a brief hiatus, the Suryabinayak-Ratna Park express bus service has recommenced its operations starting from Sunday, marking a strategic comeback with several noteworthy changes.

The service, initially launched with 25 buses on September 20, faced a temporary suspension but has now returned with enhancements.

An additional 11 buses have been incorporated into the service, aiming to accommodate the growing demand. In a bid to enhance efficiency, buses will now depart every three minutes, a significant improvement from the previous five-minute intervals.

The scheduling of the service has also undergone adjustments. Previously, the express buses operated from 9:00 to 11:00 in the morning and 4:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon. The revised schedule now extends the morning service from 8:30 to 10:30 and the afternoon service from 3:30 to 5:30.

To streamline traffic and ensure the swift movement of express buses, Chairman Swar outlined a new measure. A designated space approximately three meters wide will be demarcated with traffic cones at major intersections such as Koteshwore and Baneshwore. This allocation is intended to prevent other vehicles from encroaching on the express bus route, allowing for immediate movement when traffic lights turn green.

The resumption of the Suryabinayak-Ratna Park express bus service comes as a positive development for commuters, with the implemented changes aimed at optimizing the efficiency and reliability of this essential transportation link.