Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday launched a pilot ‘Delhi Common Mobility Card’ which will enable commuters to travel in both Delhi Metro and 250 select city buses. The Delhi government aims to shift to a ‘Common Mobility Card’ which could be used to travel in Metro and all Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and cluster buses by April 1. Under the pilot project, Delhi Metro cards will be valid in select 200 DTC and 50 cluster buses from Monday.
During the trial, by tapping the Metro card on an Electronic Ticketing Machine or ETM in a bus, a ticket would be generated, which would also reveal the balance in the passenger’s Metro card. Currently, ETMs are used by conductors in buses to issue tickets. Read More…
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