Punjab Will No Longer Allow Outdated Public Transport Vehicles

The Punjab government has decided to take old and dilapidated public transport vehicles off the roads of the province.

It was decided in a meeting of the provincial cabinet’s sub-committee that was held in Lahore. The lawmakers argued that the decision will reduce the air pollution levels and benefit the health of the public.


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According to details, all public transport vehicles that have traveled over 100,000 kilometers will be taken off the roads.

In this regard, the Punjab government has directed the provincial excise department to revoke the registration of all such vehicles and impound them immediately.


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However, the sub-committee has not yet outlined any alternatives for the thousands of passengers who are going to suffer as a result of this decision.

It must be recalled that the World Air Quality 2019 report, published jointly by IQAir Group and Greenpeace, had declared Pakistan as the 2nd most polluted country last year.

  • Oh BHAI
    Meter Changing, Meter Reading Changing Log Car Main Asani Se Kar Lete hai Bus to Bohat Asan hai
    Apko Chahyeh Model Bole 5SAAL Purani Model Not Allowed AFTER Inspection of Safety Features.

  • There should be two criteria, first is mileage & other is make year. 100,000 km is nothing for public transportation of long route & may be covered in few months. Regards

  • lol 100,000? Ye public transport k liye aik joke hai janab.Govt ko chahye k model pe judge ki jayen jesa k Abdul WAHAB ne kaha hai. 2ndly, ye buses punjab se kahan jayen gi? Karachi?

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