Kathmandu, July 16
Sajha Yatayat has resumed its service from Kathmandu after four months of the lockdown on Thursday. A total of 26 buses of Sajha Yatayat will now resume their operation on eight routes across the Kathmandu valley.
According to Sajha Yatayat’s Chief Operating Officer Mahendra Raj Pandeya, the routes have been shortlisted based on the need.
Sajha buses are available in Lagankhel, Godawari, Thankot, Lamatar, Balaju, and Suryabinayak among other places of the valley.
Pandeya has informed that the buses will charge 50% more fare that the previous fare.
For the public, it will be mandatory to wear a mask, to not crowd the vehicles, and maintain physical distancing at all times. They have also requested to manage required banknotes with smaller values for the travel.
Similarly, bus drivers and the helpers have to mandatorily wear face shields and assure that the buses are sanitised before they start the service in the morning.