Common mobility card to boost Delhi’s dying bus system

The facility that will be available in 200 Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and 50 cluster buses will enable a commuter to swipe his/her metro card in a bus to pay for the ride.

Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya:  Commuters travelling between Mori Gate and Mayur Vihar Phase III, Jahangirpuri and Anand Vihar, Mukherjee Nagar and Inderpuri are among the first to get to use their Metro smart cards for paying for a bus ride in the city.

After planning for over three years, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal launches the common mobility card service on Monday. The facility that will be available in 200 Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and 50 cluster buses will enable a commuter to swipe his/her metro card in a bus to pay for the ride.

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