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“To make travel simpler in Delhi, the program lets users get all bus stops, metro and bus routes, fares, anticipated time of arrival (ETA) of metro and buses,” the government said in a statement.
Launch the program, Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot stated:”The Delhi government was carrying many initiatives to improve accessibility, reliability and security of Delhi’s buses. Our vision is to make public transportation the favored mode of transportation in Delhi.
We started’Connect Delhi’ project to get the objective of linking all cities and colonies of Delhi using a trusted bus service in 500-metre walking space,” he explained.
Afterwards, in a tweet, he explained:”Following the launching of Shared Freedom Card One Card, I am pleased to start now Delhi’s first common mobility program – One Delhi Program. This is a 1 stop shop for all your public transportation needs — bus/metro paths, bus stops, real-time arrival information, travel planning etc..”
Dialogue and Development Commission Vice-Chairman Jasmine Shah said the government has plans to add new features to the program, such as recharge of a single Card and incorporated multi-modal travel planning across metro and buses.
This program is now accessible for Android users through Google Play, and will be designed for Apple mobile users shortly, ” he explained.