The accident happened with this bus. The front of the damaged bus after hitting the railing.
- New service started for Patna Nagar, Patna-Rajgir and Patna-Muzaffarpur
- There are 15 luxury, 25 deluxe and 30 cm deluxe buses with 12 E-buses.
Watch the coincidence! Chief Minister Nitish Kumar told the media in Bihar’s first electric bus that driving, maintenance is a trend; The chance of an accident (apprehension) will be less. And, shortly after someone switched off the switch of the bus running behind them in the first journey, she stopped. Then while returning from the Legislature as the Chief Minister’s convoy, the same bus collided with the railings there. After these incidents on Tuesday, the opposition lashed out at the government for bringing buses to the Legislature premises. The Congress even feared that such a fatal accident could have taken place in the campus.
CM Nitish Kumar and others sending 12 electric buses from Samvad Bhavan campus.
This 12 E-Buses Hotspots In Consignment Of 82 New Buses
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar introduced electric buses at 11 am. He flagged off the buses by showing the flag of the Transport Department in Samvad Bhavan premises. These include a total of 82 buses including 12 electric buses. This new bus service has started for Patna Nagar, Patna-Rajgir and Patna-Muzaffarpur from today. CM Nitish Kumar himself arrived in the assembly by riding in this electric bus. Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad and Renu Devi, Building Construction Minister Ashok Chaudhary, Transport Minister Sheela Kumari and Transport Secretary Sanjay Aggarwal were also present on the occasion along with the Chief Minister. Just after the launch, the second bus running behind the CM bus was disturbed while returning to the Legislature premises. The driver of the bus explained the reason for the stoppage when someone switched off from behind. He did not say anything about the accident, although it is being called a tense mistake due to over-vigilance.
Railings broken due to bus collision in the Legislature premises.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that with the arrival of electric vehicle, the cost of the people will also come down. Environmental crisis will also reduce. A new beginning has taken place. There are plenty of facilities inside the bus. On the matter of fare, the CM said that the fare of this bus will not be charged too much.
On the other hand, Transport Secretary Sanjay Aggarwal said that 82 buses including 15 luxury, 25 deluxe, 30 cm deluxe were launched along with 12 electric buses to provide affordable, accessible, accessible, safe and state-of-the-art transport service to the public of the state. . In this, 15 luxury, 25 deluxe and 30 cm deluxe buses are to be operated on 43 different routes of Bihar.
At the same time, a total of 25 electric buses will start running on the Patna Municipal Bus Service and various routes of Bihar by the last week of March. A total of 1200 kW charging stations have been built in the transport complex Phulwarisharif for charging electric buses. Electric buses will open from here only after charging at night.
Electric buses lined up before the launch.
Features of electric bus
- Completely pollution free and fully air conditioned
- CCTV Camera (two inside the bus and one outside)
- Three displays and panic, emergency and alarm bells in all buses
- Mobile charging facility for passengers inside the bus
- Public Announcement System, Smart Ticketing and Intelligent Vehicle Tracking System
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