We have witnessed overnight changes after the global pandemic situation and are gradually adapting to the ‘new normal’ in our daily lives.
Did you know that the world’s longest bus route ever existed was from London to Kolkata? It was a double-decker bus known as Albert.
It is a well-known fact that buses are an important component of mass mobility in India, across all states.
Rapid urbanization in Indian cities puts enormous pressure on public transportation infrastructures to respond to increasing travel demand.
Covid-19, also known as novel coronavirus, Covid-19 has affected the everyday lives of people across the countries and has also hit travel badly. The Government of many countries’ governments has imposed a lockdown for people’s safety in this extenuating situation.
Modern buses of India involved in taking people from one place to another, cross nation are as safe as flying. Buses are indeed on the top list when it comes to intercity travel.
The outrageous spread of the novel Coronavirus has resulted in over 14.1 million COVID-19 affected patients* worldwide, as on 18th July 2020. The numbers continue to increase in many countries.
When things are opening cautiously and gradually, fearing crowd infections, commuters who do not have the personnel conveyance will prefer to travel in private modes, which is highly Covid-19 safe.
Looking at the real-time problems of Indian travelers, who prefer buses to reach out to the desired destination, the bus services need to formalize and modernize in India, which has so far been mostly fragmented and with many inefficiencies.
The transport system helps to give the necessary infrastructure on which the other economic activities grow and flourish. Industrialization or agricultural modernization impossible without a well-co-ordinated and economical transport system.
Let’s assume that you’re travelling from Bangalore to Hyderabad on an overnight inter-city bus. You boarded the bus at 6:00 PM. It’s been around 4 hours and the driver hasn’t yet stopped for a restroom break.
Imagine. What if the captain of the RMS Titanic could be warned about the iceberg, much before the ship even approached it? An important piece of history would have been different and James Cameron wouldn’t have made one of the most romantic movies of all time.
We are already living in the future! What seemed impossible 2 decades ago is our daily experience today. Let’s dive into how connected transportation is going to change our lives.
us transport in India has always been a gruelling, unsafe, unhygienic, untimely experience for travellers. Buses are the main mode of transport in the country but very little has been done by the authorities to improve the current situation of roads and bus transport in India.
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