Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) has increased the fares of both AC and non-AC buses
After a gap of four years, the Chandigarh Transport undertaking (CTU) has increased the fares of each AC and non-AC buses by way of 10 to 50%. The expenditures for the every day and month-to-month cross have also been multiplied by way of over 50%. The brand new charges will probably be implemented from March 12.
The CTU expenses fare in three slabs. At reward, commuters are paying Rs 5 for as much as 3 km, Rs 10 for 3 km to 10 km and Rs 15 for over 10 km for non-AC buses. However, now they’ll ought to pay Rs 10 for up to 5 km, Rs 15 for 5 km to 10 km and Rs 20 for over 10 km for non-AC buses.
For journeying with the aid of AC buses, commuters will ought to pay Rs 15 for as much as 5 km, Rs 20 for 5 km to 10 km and Rs 25 for over 10 km. At gift, they are paying Rs 10 for as much as 3 km, Rs 15 for three km to 10 km and Rs 20 for over 10 km. The charges for the day-to-day pass have also been multiplied from Rs 30 to Rs 50 (for non-AC buses) and Rs 40 to Rs 60 (for AC buses). The cost for the month-to-month cross for non-AC buses has also been multiplied from Rs 500 to Rs 600, however 33% rebate has been given to men and women under the poverty line. The cost for the month-to-month go for AC buses has also been elevated from Rs 720 to Rs 800. The use of the bus go issued to students for Rs 100 has been limited to the route of their university vacation spot best. Now, kids up to the age of six year now not be charged for a experience even as prior the ability was once given to youngsters as much as the age of 3.