Govt to let public transporters ply without route permits for next one week

File: A passenger bus in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, October 10

The government has decided to let public transport vehicles to operate their services on any road across the country without obtaining route permits for next one week.

The decision intends to facilitate the easy movement of passengers during their greatest festival of Dashain, which began today.

The transporters do not require permits till October 17, according to Lawanya Kumar Dhaka, Director General at the Department of Transport Management.

Meanwhile, the Department has blocked the movement of big trucks in the Kathmandu Valley during this period.

Dhakal says the trucks will be obstructed in Narayangadh of Chitwan district to ensure smooth traffic on the highways and city roads.

Published on October 10th, Wednesday, 2018 1:02 PM

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