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BMTC Adds Three Non-AC Routes For Better Bengaluru Commutes

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The Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has recently launched three new non-air-conditioned bus routes. These additions aim to improve connectivity and provide accessible transportation options for passengers across various parts of the city.

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The first of the newly introduced routes is 328-HF, connecting Varthur Kodi to Budigere Cross via key locations such as Whitefield Post Office, Kadugodi, and Seegehalli. To ensure efficient service, four buses will be operational on this route, catering to the commuting needs of passengers throughout the day.

For those traveling between Bidadi Bus Station and Harohalli Bus Station, the 377H route has been established. This route passes through Byramangala Cross, Abbanakuppe, and Kanchagaranahalli. With two buses designated for this route, commuters can expect reliable service from 6.25 am to 9.45 pm, accommodating various travel schedules.

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Source: Citizen Matters, Bengaluru

The schedule for the 377H route outlines that the initial departure from Bidadi will be at 6.25 am, with the last bus departing at 9.45 pm. Similarly, from Harohalli, the first bus will commence its service at 6.20 am, followed by the final departure at 9.45 pm. This well-organized timetable ensures that passengers have flexible options to meet their travel requirements.

The third addition to BMTC’s non-AC bus fleet is the 60-E/8 route, connecting Brundavana Nagar to Kuvempu Nagar (BTM Layout). This route includes notable stops such as Chamarajpet, Gandhi Bazaar, and Jayanagar 4th Block. Commuters can rely on one bus dedicated to this route, with the first service commencing at 8 am. This strategic route aims to enhance connectivity between residential and commercial areas, facilitating seamless travel for residents.

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Source: Times of India

These new introductions align with BMTC’s commitment to expanding and optimizing public transportation networks in Bengaluru. By addressing specific routes and increasing the frequency of buses, the corporation aims to alleviate the transportation challenges faced by the city’s residents.

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