The TSRTC plans to run its buses throughout the day and night. They have already started operating night buses from 10 pm to 4 am.
Over 200 train services depart from Secunderabad to different various areas. Trains arrive in the city at midnight and they will reach the city in the early morning hours. At the same time, some trains depart at 3.30 am.
It has resulted in most people having difficulty getting to the Secunderabad railway station early in the morning or late at night as a result of this problem. Therefore, TSRTC has proposed a solution to this problem. TSRTC plans to run the buses on certain routes in order to avoid problems for the passengers.
Between 12 am and 4 am, there are two buses available from Secunderabad station to Patancheru. After 4 am, there are regular buses.
The Secunderabad station provides night buses from Afzal Gunj, Mehdipatnam, Borbanda, and other places. On these routes, buses are available every 30 to 45 minutes.
The authorities plan to run two more buses between Chilakaluguda Cross Road, Secunderabad and Hayat Nagar. Night buses are also an option from Chilakaluguda to Ibrahimpatnam.
These night buses run from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station to Lingampally. All types of bus passes are accepted on these buses, and Travel As You Like (TAYL) tickets can also be used on night buses.
Additionally, the officials spoke with a few passengers who complained about the inconveniences that app-based taxis and bike taxis pose such as last-minute cancellation and hefty charges.
Women who boarded the buses during the night time also interacted with the officials and gave positive feedback on safety.
The officials have noted the response from passengers on the Hayathnagar-Patancheru stretch and incorporated it into the report to the head office.
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