The number of YBS passengers reduced due to Covid-19 will increase by 2021. At the beginning of the year, the number of passengers rose to more than 600,000, according to the Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA).
Since the announcement of Stay At Home in almost the entire region on September 20, the number of YBS passengers has dropped below 100,000, but has been steadily rising since early October.
“The increase in the number of passengers we are talking about now is an increase from the number of passengers during the Covid-19 period,” he said.
“Now that we have the summary of 2019-2020, we will know the exact statistics, ” YRTA Secretary Hla Aung told O Media. YRTA 2021 According to figures released on January 7, YBS served 3,260 passengers and 620,029 passengers.
Prior to the Kovis period, more than 4,000 YBS vehicles a day operated for more than 180,000 passengers in Rangoon Division, and now 80 percent of YBS bus lines are operating again.
Currently, Prime Minister Phyo Min Thein and the Divisional Health Team are conducting educational campaigns in crowded places to encourage people in Rangoon Division to adopt anti-virus measures.