Multan: The city of Shrines is the #3rd the Largest City in Punjab, as the population is exponentially grown. Meanwhile, the city traffic system was badly disturbed due to the overload of vehicles on the roads. In order to overcome this issue and provide the riders with a better & economical transportation service, Punjab Government initiated the project named “BRT-Multan Metro Bus System (MBBS).”
Multan expected a similar amenity since this service had been very successful in Lahore. Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif started the MBBS project in May 2015.
Salient Features of Multan Metro Bus
- Two-Lane Sperate Road
- 18.5 km Long Route
- 21 Stations From Bahuddin Zakaria University (BZU) to Chowk Kumaharan
- Sliding Doors at Platforms
- Elevators & Escalators
- Automated Fare Collection System with off Board Ticketing
- Live Bus Scheduling Updates
- Exact Vehicle Location System
- Full Air Conditioned Buses
|1||Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) Terminal|
|18||Multan General Bus Stand|
|21||Kumharanwala Chowk Terminal|
Ticket / Token Price
The single side trip costs Rs.20/- only; you can buy a token or use a Metro Card.
The operational hours remain the same throughout the year. From 6:15 am to 10:00 pm.
MBBS Helpline: (061) 111-222-627
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