VIDEO: Omituntun Mass Transit Buses Commence Pilot Operations (See Guidelines)

The newly launched ‘OMITUNTUN’ mass transit buses on Monday commenced pilot operations at the newly commissioned ultra-modern Ojoo and Challenge bus terminals.

Recall that the bus terminals were commissioned a few weeks ago by Governor Seyi Makinde alongside his colleague from Edo State, Godwin Obaseki while the Omitutun mass transit buses were launched simultaneously.

A statement by the General Manager of Pacesetter Transport Company, Mr Wole Akinleye showed that the management of the agency has outlined guidelines for the operations of the buses.

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1) Challenge – Beere- Secretariat – Bodija
Market – Ojoo (Return)

2) Challenge – Dugbe – Sango – Ojoo (Return)

3) Challenge – Aleshinloye – Eleyele – Polytechnic – UI – Ojoo (Return)

4) Challenge – Ojoo – Challenge (Non – Stop) (Return)

5) Dugbe – Ojoo – Moniya Train Station (Return)

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According to GOALPOACHERNEWS, the buses will commence operations at 6 am and close by 8 pm daily. Passengers are to pay N100 for other journeys, while the direct service from Challenge to Ojoo, Dugbe to Moniya Train Station will cost a token of N200.

Also, passengers will have access to free WiFi in the buses among other facilities.

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