If you don’t have your own transport to return to your destination after the T20I match between India and Australia, fret not. The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and the Bangalore Metro Rail Transport Corporation (BMRTC) have made arrangements to ferry passengers post 11pm.
Bengaluru: India will look to bounce back after their loss in the first T20I. It sure will be an exciting cricket match many might find themselves stranded without public transport. The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and the Bangalore Metro Rail Transport Corporation (BMRTC) have made arrangements for spectators to return post 11pm.
The BMRTC have extended their service timings from the usual cut-off. The last train from Yelachenahalli, Mysuru Road, Nagasandra and Baiyappanahalli will leave at 11:30pm and the last train from Majestic metro station will depart at 11:55pm as per reports.
The BMTC has arranged special buses to operate post the match in bus stations surrounding Chinnaswamy stadium. According to BMTC officials, buses to Kadugodi, Sarjapura, Electronic City, Bannerghatta National Park, Kengeri, Nelamangala, Yelahanka and Bagaluru will operate from 11pm onwards. The officials also confirmed that buses will operate until the crowd clears and requested spectators to listen to public announcements which will be made.
Last Updated 27, Feb 2019, 1:17 PM