Jul 6, 2017-
The Sajha Yatayat has extended its Swayambhu-Suryabinayak route to Sanga in Bhaktapur that borders with Kavre district.
The service was extended on the initiatives of people’s representatives of the Surya Binayak Municipality.
Currently the fare from Swayambhu to Suryabinayak is Rs 25 and it will take additional Rs 5 to reach Sanga.
The Sajha currently operates 20 buses in Bhaktapur and six of them will be available in the evening office hours until the next few days.
The Sajha said it is waiting for the route approval from the Department of Transport Management to regularly operate its services up to Sanga.
Former Industry Minister Basnet and Suryabinayak Municipality mayor Basudev Thapa jointly launched the service on Wednesday.
Source: The Kathmandu Post
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