The Delhi government will soon be reworking on its Hop-on-Hop-off (HoHo) tourist bus services and are sure that visitors are going to love it. The new buses will have partially-opened decks, and their prices will also be less.
Other than this, new routes will be introduced and ticket prices for the service will also be under INR 200, lesser than the half of the ongoing fare. Latest reports state that the new service will likely be operational by the end of this year. The service will also introduce interchange stations to guarantee flexible public transport network for tourists visiting several sites across Delhi.
The government will be swapping its HoHo bus service, with the all-new 23 low-floor semi-open buses. Reportedly, the project will cost INR 40 crore to the state government.
A known official said that state government has also re-drafted a fresh model to make it a triumph. Thus, the service will now have three circular routes, which will have seven buses plying on each. The routes are made in an order that they will intersect each other at various points, which might give people the option of changing their routes and visit different tourist destinations as well.
Though, one of the routes will cover popular spots in Central Delhi, including India Gate, Rajghat, Nehru Museum, Madame Tussauds, Janpath, Dilli Haat, and Sarojini Nagar; the second one will ride to Jama Masjid, Red Fort, and run till Delhi University; the third route will be going through Mehrauli and all tourist sites in South Delhi.