CTU to resume service to Himachal Pradesh

CTU to resume service to Himachal Pradesh

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Chandigarh, October 13

The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) will resume the inter-state bus service to Himachal Pradesh this week. The HP Government has decided to resume the inter-state bus service, including to and from Chandigarh, from tomorrow.

Uma Shankar Gupta, Director, Transport Department, said they would first resume the bus service to Shimla in a few days and then to other stations in the state. The CTU had resumed the inter-state bus services to Punjab and Haryana from September 16.

The tickets can be purchased online at http://ctuonline.chd.gov.in or via the mobile app, “CTU Musafir”, or from the bus conductor on the spot.

The buses will be operated with 50 per cent occupancy to adhere to the social distancing guidelines issued by the UT Administration. — TNS 

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