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Greater Hyderabad Zone has increased the frequency of buses on major high density corridors of the twin cities with 10 per cent additional buses in view of the conclusion of Sankranthi holidays.

As public in large number is expected to return from different parts of the districts and neighbouring states to Hyderabad from January 16, the decision is expected to ease the traffic movement.

About 300 buses (in addition to the daily operation of 3,520 schedules) are being pressed into service focusing on bus stations, railway stations and bus terminals located on the city outskirts bus terminals for the convenience of public.

As many as 28 depot managers and 120 traffic supervisors have been deployed to monitor the operation of these buses from morning 5 am onwards from various traffic generating points.Enforcement squads with six jeeps have been deployed for surveillance of the corridors to ensure clearance of traffic and to make necessary diversions wherever required.

Deployment of officers at major bus terminals and stops to monitor operations from 5 am onwards. They include Chilkalguda X Roads, Rezimental Bazar, Secunderabad Gurudwara Point, ECIL Bus station, Secunderabad Railway Station.

Rethifile bus station, Dilshuknagar. Saroornagar, L B Nagar X Roads, I S Sadan, Koti Womens College, Sagar X Roads, Uppal Bus Station, Ramanthapur, Uppal X Roads, Nagole X Roads, Old Central Bus Station, Jubilee Bus Station, Kachiguda Railway Station, Koti Medical College, Koti Maternity Hospital stop, Koti Bus Station, Afzalgunj, Aramghar, Mehdipatnam, Lingampally, Kondapur, KPHB Main Road, Patancheru, Bowenpally, Miyapur X Roads,.JNTU, Borabanda and Nampally Railway Station etc.


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