Plateau Govt Unveils 22 AC Buses For The Abuja-Jos Route

The launch of a mobile booking app, he continued, is a step forward in utilising digital technology to improve customer experience and expedite the booking procedure.
Gov. Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau state
Gov. Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau stateGoogle

Barr. Caleb Mutfwang, the governor of Plateau State, has unveiled twenty-two new, state-of-the-art buses for the Jos–Abuja route.

Modern tracking devices were installed on the buses to ensure the security of the passengers, trace their whereabouts, and offer dependable, comfortable transit for commuters between the Federal Capital Territory and the State capital. These features also served to increase economic activity and mobility.

As he launched the new buses in Jos, Governor Mutfwang also reiterated the administration's steadfast dedication to offering the state's citizens and residents effective and efficient logistics solutions.

In the meantime, Jatau Gyang Davou, the Commissioner for Transportation, stated in his remarks that they have action plans in place to turn the transportation industry into a source of revenue, similar to what is possible in Lagos and other states in the Federation.

Additionally, he guaranteed that as soon as the issues with the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) were fixed, the rail transit system would be put into operation.

In a similar vein, Samuel Gwot, General Manager of Plateau Express Service Limited (PESL), stated that customers now have two ways to travel about thanks to the implementation of a new transit system.

Gwot recognised that they had established five income channels: Plateau Riders Services Limited, Tin City Metro Services Limited, Plateau Express Logistics Limited, Plateau Express Learning Hub Limited, and Plateau Automobile Limited.

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