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They started with 2,900 busses on 69 bus routes. One year later, the network consists of 96 routes that serve more than 2 million commute passengers a day in the 5.2 million-population town.
The Yangon Bus Service (YBS)
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The new Yangon bus system
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Yangon Region Regional Governor U Phyo Min Thein on 14 January said no further requests from potential bus operators were expected. From today, some 3,700 "official" busses will run on the roads without the BM and Dyna cars used for passenger transportation. "All bus operators participating in the new system will operate their routes and no further application will be considered," said the Prime Minster.
"Farewell, all registred busses can use CNG, which will be shared equally. However, unregistered busses no longer have access," said U Phyo Min Thein. Yangon has 41 CNG service points, 10 of which can only be used by taxi drivers.
He said that measures had been taken to accelerate refueling and eliminate system delay. "The coaches can fill their fuel from the CNG rate assigned to their undertaking. We' re also going to open a new CNG gas pump that' s in the ownership of the public-private partnerships (PPP) that provide local transportation," he said.
Now the number of approved routes has been cut to 61, four more than planned last weekend. In view of the experiences with the new system, further guidelines could be added, the administration said. Class D busses must be substituted by newer ones after three month. "We' re going to put into effect a plan to buy new coaches.
We will introduce CCTV, GPS and fare payment cards after three month. There will be plenty of getting used to it, but the attitude will change," said U Phyo Min Thein.