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Tribune News Network
Starting from January 10, there won’t be any free rides on Karwa buses as the company will start charging commuters for travel again.
Karwa was offering free rides to passengers after they restarted public bus service with 30 percent capacity as part of gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions on public transport system on September 1.
“We would like to inform you that from January 10 onwards our services will be charged again as usual,” the company said.
The rechargeable Karwa Smartcard will still be valid and can be used as usual. However, the Karwa Smartcards 24 hours limited and unlimited will not be sold through merchants or the bus drivers anymore.
“You can conveniently purchase the 24 hours unlimited QR Code Ticket through the Karwa Bus App,” the notification said.
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