The business had purchased a quantity of buses lately that have been specially developed for carrying large luggage. The buses are also equipped to serve folks with disabilities. The operation of the new routes comes as component of the company’s pursuit to offer a sustainable public transport method that will aid create Oman’s cultural front on distinct levels. Mwasalat will offer promotional costs for the new route with a discount of 50 per cent on the costs of tickets, beginning from Tuesday till June 20.
The new routes will be operational round the clock on all days of the week such as public holidays. The service will be obtainable each half hour. The bus operating on the Ma’abela–new Muscat International Airport will cease at the following stations: Ma’abela bus station, Al Khoudh, Al Hail, Muscat City Centre, Burj Sahwa, old Muscat Airport and new Muscat International Airport.
The Ruwi–new Muscat International Airport will have the following stops: Ruwi, Wadi Adai, Wattayah, Qurm, Sarooj, Omantel bus station Al Khuwayr, Ghubra, Azaiba, Mwasalat Bus Station and new Muscat International Airport.
Mwasalat and Oman Airports also signed an agreement lately to operate round the clock taxis to and from the new airport. The business is also functioning with Oman Airports and the ROP to minimize the quantity of autos that ply without having industrial permits to make sure organised and protected transportation in the nation.
Information Source: Muscat Daily