Kathmandu gets its first disabled-friendly bus
February 8, 2018
Sajha Yatayat on Tuesday unveiled the disable-friendly semi-low floor bus in the Capital on Tuesday. The 41-seat bus reached Kathmandu from Rajasthan, India on Monday.
Sajha Yatayat is the public transportation bus system in Nepal and has launched a disable-friendly semi-low floor bus for passengers with disabilities.
The Sajha Yatayat bus service is primarily used in the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu.
The new bus for people with disabilities reached Kathmandu from Rajasthan on Monday and will start operating on the local routes soon. The bus was purchased by Sajha for Rs 3.5 million
All the 46 buses running on the Sajha Yatayat have been provided by Indian automobile manufacturer Ashok Leyland.
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