Yangon Bus StationThe Yangon Bus Station
_abdm. push (["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024269", "InPage_1512024269"]); FMIDecaux has started building a number of new bus stations in Yangon, said U Maung Aung, Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA) Secretariat this weekend. These first bus stop, near Myanmar Plaza, is already completed and open to the general population.
FMIDecaux, which works with the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC), will construct a combined 350 bus stations for a combined cost of $13 million. "It will also be part of the relocation of the new bus stops," said U Maung Aung. The FMIDecaux is a JV between the first Myanmar Holding Co, which is quoted on the Yangon Stock Exchange, and the advertiser JCDecaux Asia(S).
FMIDecaux has been awarded by YCDC for 20 years the sole advertising right to the 500 stations. According to FMIDecaux, these also included information boards and water sources in Yangon. It is important that the move will help to give Yangon an urgently needed face-lift, as the new bus stations will progressively be replacing many older ones.
Because of this new stop design, we have to move some old stops," said U Maung Aung. This treaty will be the first of its kind in Yangon. FMI's and JCDecaux's cooperation can help the Yangon region develop and modernise after the redesign of the city', said Yangon's Prime Min Thein, U Phyo, early this year.
500 new stations built by FMI for the Yangon area
av _abdm = _abdm |||| ;_abdm.push(["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024292", "InPage_1512024292"]); var _abdm = _abdm |||| ;_abdm. push (["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024269", "InPage_1512024269"]); The Yangon Town Development Committee (YCDC) has placed a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) order with FMIDecaux for 500 new and advanced bus and coach stations with digitized town information panels in the Yangon area. New functions at bus and coach stations included on top of the bus stop's top displays showing bus arrival estimates, computer and electronics charger peripherals, advertising boards and information boards for the Yangon town.
The new stations will begin in June and will take 18 month to build to replace them. "I believe our bus stop building operation will add to the new Yangon Bus Service (YBS)," said Serge Pun, CEO of First Myanmar Investment Company (FMI), on Saturday.
The FMIDecaux is a JV between FMI, quoted on the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX), and JCDecaux, a leading international provider of technologies and services. In all, $13 million will be spent on the program, including design, installation, operation and service, Mr. Pun said. FMIDecaux has been awarded by YCDC for 20 years the sole marketing authorisation for the 500 stations.
Mingalaba" and "Foster", both designed by JCDecaux's global design group. The JCDecaux company has almost 53,000 online billboards in the world's major airfields, metro systems, train and train terminals, retail centres and urban areas. Yangon Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein said at the signature ceremonies that there are currently over 2,000 bus terminals in the Yangon area.
In addition, the other 1,500 bus stations will be constructed and superseded by the YCDC. FMIDecaux is the second stage of the regional government of Yangon to upgrade the city's transportation infrastructures after YBS. Over 1,500 stocks were traded.