Cashless Travel In The TSRTC Buses Soon
Hyderabad, Sept 13 (Maxim News): The convenience of traveling with cashless payment will soon come in all types of TSRTC buses. i-Tims devices will be made available on all the buses including Palle Velugu, and City Ordinary, With this, passengers can pay their ticket price and travel in buses with debit and credit cards as well as Google Pay and Phone Pay.
Presently, on an experimental basis, Bandlaguda Bus Depot has been selected as a pilot project by TSRTC officials. Preparations are being made to use i-tims in all 145 buses including ordinary and metro in the depot. After implementation at Bandlaguda Depot, it will be implemented at Cantonment Depot. Later, the operation was designed to be introduced in 8,300 buses across the state in a phased manner. (Maxim News)
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Hyderabad, Dec 1: A voter turnout of 70.66 per cent was recorded in the polling for Telangana Assembly elections held on November 30, the Election Commission of India has said.
Hyderabad, November 30: Elections were held peacefully in 15 constituencies in Hyderabad district. Hyderabad District Election Officer, GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose said that he would like to thank everyone who participated in the election duties for the voters’ full cooperation without any untoward incident.
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