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'Covid-19 spreading mostly from public transport and tourist spots'

Novel coronavirus is mostly spreading from public transport, prayer houses, public gathering and tourist centres, according to a government document.

'Covid-19 spreading mostly from public transport and tourist spots'

Public transport begins operating in all city corporations

Public transport services resumed operations in all city corporation areas from Wednesday morning following the decisions the government took on Tuesday

Public transport begins operating in all city corporations

Lockdown

Public transport to operate in city corporation areas: Quader

The government has decided to allow public transport services to resume operations in city corporation areas from Wednesday as the country passes a weeklong lockdown enforced to curb coronavirus ...

People competing with each other to get into the bus amid rising Covid-19 situation in Bangladesh. The photo is taken recently from Shabagh intersection area, Dhaka

Chattogram commuters suffer on first day of lockdown

Chattogram’s streets were teeming with people during the lockdown. In the absence of public transport, many were walking to their destinations

Chattogram commuters suffer on first day of lockdown

Public transport to remain shut from Monday: Quader

Public transport will remain shut from Monday, said road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader

Public transport to remain shut from Monday: Quader

Govt increases bus fare by 60pc

Public transport fare is to increase by 60 per cent from Wednesday. Road Transport and Bridges minister Obaidul Quader said on Tuesday morning that the decision would remain in force for the next two ...

Govt increases bus fare by 60pc

Bus owners want to increase fares by 60pc

Owners want to charge 60 per cent extra fare to run buses and minibuses, carrying half capacity of passengers following the government instructions

Government increases bus fares by 60pc last year

Covid-19: Health guidelines disappeared from public transport

No one is following the health guidelines anywhere although both coronavirus infections and deaths are rising for the last couple of days.

Covid-19: Health guidelines disappeared from public transport

Air pollution in the capital

Govt organisations silent on air pollution

BRTA and DMP do not have any equipment to measure air pollution. The environment departments of the two city corporations do not have any activities regarding this either

Govt organisations silent on air pollution

Ashok, Tata, Daewoo, FAW, Volvo, nothing lasts for BRTC

Records of the BRTC’s bus procurement show some 2,100 buses have been purchased from different countries since 1990

This recently taken photo shows sand covering busses parked at BRTC Kamalapur bus depot in Dhaka.
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