Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100

Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100 (5)

Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100

Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100. Capital Development Authority (CDA) has officially launched a bus shuttle service between Islamabad and Murree. The move is aimed at easing tourists who crowd the hill station throughout the year. According to the details, the shuttle runs from Bhara Kahu to Lower Topa. A bus leaves the terminal every 90 minutes. Each passenger is charged Rs. 100 for a single trip. Children under 12 and citizens over 65 can travel for free. Meanwhile, citizens praised the CDA for providing them with an affordable travel service.

Speaking in this regard, CDA Chairman Captain (retd) Muhammad Usman Younis said the shuttle also aims to decongest the Murree Expressway during the peak tourist season. This is not the first time that a bus shuttle service has been launched between Murree and Islamabad. Earlier, the Punjab government had launched a similar initiative in July 2022. During Eid-ul-Azha last year, the provincial government operated 15 buses between Islamabad and Murree. Tourists were charged Rs. 100 for a one-way ticket a year ago.

Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100 (8)

Travel Shuttle Service Between Islamabad and MurreeĀ in just Rs. 100

Now you can travel to Murree in just Rs. 100. Capital Development Authority (CDA) has officially launched a bus shuttle service between Islamabad and Murree. The move is aimed at easing tourists who crowd the hill station throughout the year. According to the details, the shuttle runs from Bhara Kahu to Lower Topa. A bus leaves the terminal every 90 minutes. Each passenger is charged Rs. 100 for a single trip. Children under 12 and citizens over 65 can travel for free. Meanwhile, citizens praised the CDA for providing them with an affordable travel service.

Speaking in this regard, CDA Chairman Captain (retd) Muhammad Usman Younis said the shuttle also aims to decongest the Murree Expressway during the peak tourist season. This is not the first time that a bus shuttle service has been launched between Murree and Islamabad. Earlier, the Punjab government had launched a similar initiative in July 2022. During Eid-ul-Azha last year, the provincial government operated 15 buses between Islamabad and Murree. Tourists were charged Rs. 100 for a one-way ticket a year ago.

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