The government has made advance ticket booking available to passengers travelling long distances to celebrate the Dashain, Tihar, and Chhath festivals.
Advance ticket bookings have begun, especially for people who have temporarily migrated to Kathmandu for work, business, or study from various parts of the nation. As a large number of people depart Kathmandu all at once, the crowd steadily grows, so advance reservations have been made prior to Dashain. The decision to begin advance ticket sales for Dashain was made at a meeting on August 22nd in conjunction with transport professionals, traffic police, and intrigued associations. On the occasion of Dashain, ticket counters have been systematically added for the passengers going back to their homes.
Vijay Bahadur Swaran, president of the Nepal Transport Businessman, announced that advance ticket booking has been opened, targeting passengers travelling long and medium distances. He also added that the booking has been started from different places, like New Bus Park, Chabahil, Gaushala, Koteshwar, Sundhara, and Kalanki.
During the festivities, 14 various places throughout the city will have planning assistance stations set up by the transport management department and the traffic police office of the Kathmandu Valley. According to senior superintendent of police Rajendra Prasad Bhatta, this station will decide the fare from the capital to a number of destinations and will coordinate the passengers to reach the destination more easily._Rss