Strict measures at 15 KSRTC boarding points in Bengaluru allay fears of passengers looking to return home
9, Jun 2020, 2:37 PM
After three months of being in lockdown and incurring losses, the KSRTC has been pressed into service. The long-distance night service from Bengaluru has now been made available
The 15 boarding and drop points will witness strict measures to ensure safety of staff and passengers from COVID-19.
The boarding points include Navrang, Yeshwanthpur, Jalahalli Cross, 8th mile, Hebbal, Yelahanka, Tin Factory, Corporation Circle, ITI Gate, KR Puram, Kalasipalya, Cauvery Bhavan, Kengeri and Nayandahalli
According to KSRTC, at all these locations, passengers must undergo a thermal screen test before boarding. This is to ensure no COVID-19 patients or symptomatic person is allowed to travel.