The new AMTS bus stand at Lal Darwaja is completely ready. CM Bhupendra Patel will inaugurate this bus stand on June 5. The bus terminal built at a cost of Rs 8.88 crores is ready and It has been prepared on heritage theme.
Jaipur pink stones are used to give the bus stand a heritage look. Lantern pattern lights add to the charm of the bus stand. 118 buses will operate from Lal Darwaza bus stand on 49 routes. Daily 2.25 lakh people commute from Lal Darwaza terminus.
The platform and pillars of the bus stand are constructed of Bansipur hill stones called pink stone, which is currently also being used in the construction of the Ram Mandir. In the same way that in olden times the entrance of the havelis or hotels was given a grand look, in the same way, two big columns have been placed in front.
People will experience the heritage theme in the heritage bus station. Rajasthani stones have also been used for the seating arrangements. Stainless steel chairs replaced with stone. A sheet is also installed inside the shade to allow natural light to enter.
Panna pattern has been used on the terrace. On the two vertical walls, an artifact of the history of AMTS will be created, in which a photo of the oldest red bus and the current electric bus will be installed, so that people can understand the journey AMTS has taken since then till now.
A modern filter has been installed to facilitate drinking water. By arranging a separate control room for redressal of the complaints of the tourists, the tourists will not have to go to the Jamalpur head office. the height of the platform is kept in such a way that tourist do not face any difficulty.