The Route 10 service will commence from Ma’abela bus station and pass by means of Al Sharadi – Seeb Souq – Wadi al Bahaes, Al Adiyat Street, Al Obab Street – Al Roudha Roundabout – Al Nakhil Street, North Al Hail, Al Eshraq Roundabout, North Mawaleh, Burj Sahwa Roundabout and the Mawaleh central marketplace.
A bus will be accessible each and every 20 minutes beginning from 6am to 10.30pm, which includes weekdays and public holidays. Passengers coming from Ruwi on Route 1 can get off at Burj Sahwa or Al Hail and then take Route 10 for the Seeb marketplace or any other quit on the route. The fare will be 200bz. Passengers arriving from Al Khuwayr on Route eight can get off at Al Eshraq Roundabout and then take Route 10 for the Seeb marketplace or any other quit on the new line.
Mwasalat urges everybody to use public transport buses to raise the level of earnings in the sultanate and minimize operation price of the transport sector. “The use of Mwasalat buses will also help reduce injuries and deaths resulting from traffic accidents,” mentioned a statement by the organization.
Information Source: Muscat Daily