Commonwealth Games Bus Service

A dedicated fleet of buses will take tourists to museums, monuments, shopping areas, foreign exchange bureaus, parks, CWG venues, Buses will run at a frequency of 10 to 15 mins. Tourists can stop at a site & take the next bus.
To start with 15 buses will run on the selected routes to cover monuments such as Jama Masjid, Red fort, Chandni Chowk, Qutab Minar, Purana Qila, Begumpuri Masjid, Hauz Khas monuments and Tughlaqabad Fort and other places of interest in Mahrauli areas and Lutyes.

The routes will also cover shopping areas like Connaught place, Santushti complex, Dilli Haat, Malls, Khan Market, commonwealth games venues, parks, foreign exchange bureaus and even popular eating joints. The bus service will begin from September 15 with 10-15 buses. Based on the response more buses and routes will be added after the commonwealth games. Buses run on predefined routes at regular intervals.

Tourists can choose a route and board any bus. They will have the option of getting off at a place of their interest on the way and have the choice of taking any of the later buses on the same route. The entire plan is to empower tourists who come to the city during the commonwealth games. Three routes have been finalized but more will add after the games. The bus service will chase the model used abroad, where buses visit places of interest and not just monuments.
Features : Each bus will have a trained tourist guide for telling the way and audio guides about the places of attraction. The buses will be air conditioned. The buses will be luxury coaches with large window panes that will enable visitors a clear view of the city from every seat.

To make them look attractive, the buses will be painted in bright colours and the exteriors will reflect the character of the tours on offer. Every bus will also have a trained and dedicated guide on board along with specialized audio guides and literature to keep the visitors updated.

Routes : Three routes decided, a fleet of 15 buses will ply. More buses will be added based on the response. The service will continue after the games too. The Buses will be run by a private operator for Delhi tourism. With three designated routes, which include not just monuments but also museums, parks, shopping areas and foreign exchange bureaus, the buses will ply at intervals of 10 minutes to 15 minutes just like in other foreign cites including London, Paris, Rome, New York, Sydney, Singapore and others. Although bus service has been started with an eye on the commonwealth games. It will continue after the sporting extravaganza.
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