MSRTC resumes Mumbai-Pune Shivneri AC bus service after five months | Mumbai News – Times of India

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MUMBAI: The Maharashtra State Highway Transport Company (MSRTC) resumed inter-district bus companies this morning. In Mumbai the favored Mumbai-Pune AC Shivneri buses resumed operations from Dadar. The primary bus left at 8am with 20 passengers.
Equally from Mumbai Central depot, six passengers left in a ST bus at 8.30am for Chiplun.
The state authorities has permitted inter-district bus companies of solely MSRTC beginning Thursday. Passengers travelling on the state transport buses won’t require any e-pass, whereas non-public automobile transport will proceed to be restricted and can nonetheless require an e-pass.
“We aren’t certain if we are going to get many passengers on Day 1, however we have now resumed operations throughout Maharashtra from Thursday morning,” stated MSRTC managing director Shekhar Channe. He additional stated that inter-district buses will resume from each main metropolis/district — similar to these from Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar and from Mumbai metropolitan area. “Nevertheless, since there might be a lukewarm, the companies will probably be few initially and can enhance relying on demand,” he stated.

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