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Crowds bursting out of trains and the mad rush at the Kempegowda Metro station, generally spotted between 7.30 am and 11 am on Mondays, were not there.
Amidst tight security, regular Metro train operations will run on Monday.
Soon Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) buses will no longer be releasing thick, black smoke.
BBMP Commissioner Manjunath Prasad confirmed that a decision on imposition of the cess is scheduled to be taken during BBMP’s council meeting scheduled on Tuesday.
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited has begun reaching out to commuters with messages it feels are socially relevant.
Work relating to Phase-2 has commenced across five out of the six lines.
Presently, more than 60 per cent out of riders use these ‘Varshik Cards’ or ‘Smart Cards’, which offer a 15 per cent discount on each trip.
The issue this time is the massive increase effected in the graveyard shift for Track Maintenance employees at the Baiyappanahalli depot.
July turned out to be the best ever month both on the ridership and revenue fronts for the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL).
A new app being developed by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) will enable you to reserve your ticket on the 612 trips made by Vayu Vajra buses between the city and the airport.
Foundation Chairperson Sudha Murty said joining hands with the state for development is not charity, but our duty towards our motherland.
BMTC Chief Traffic Manager (CTM), in a press release, stated students at the time of admission can approach the school authority for BMTC bus pass.
A Metro commuter’s suggestion and Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL)’s quick implementation of it has fetched it rich dividend
Chairperson Sudha Murty met Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Saturday and told him that the foundation was ready to fund the Konappana Agrahara as it was located near Infosys main office.
Greens and High Court-appointed Tree Committee trash Metro’s vertical garden plan, call it a ‘big blunder’
They say that these gardens are difficult to maintain and requires regular watering, and they suggest growing hardy creepers and climbers instead in the medians or below the pillars.