Metro Bus Service has been started from today in Islamabad-Rawalpindi twin cities. It is the second metro bus service in Pakistan. Lahore Metro is already running since 2013. Government has also plans for Metro Bus Services in Faisalabad, Multan, Karachi and Peshawar.
Ticketing booths, escalators, platform screen, toilets, doors turnstiles for automatic fare collection and all other facilities for passenger convenience are provided at all stations. Free WiFi is also available at all Metro stations and in the buses.
Islamabad Metro has 68 buses in its fleet.
|Islamabad Metro Bus Service|
Islamabad-Rawalpindi Metro Bus Stations
There are 14 stations in Islamabad and 10 stations in Rawalpindi. Stations in Rawalpindi are Saddar, Marrir Chowk, Liaqat Bagh, Committee Chowk, Waris Khan, Hospital/ Chandani Chowk, Rehmanabad, 6th Road, Shamsabad and Faizabad. Stations in Islamabad are IJP Road, Pothohar Road, Khyaban-e-Johar, Faiz Ahmed Faiz Road, Kashmir Highway, Chamman Road, Ibn-e-Sina Road, Katchehri Station, Centaurus, Saudi Pak Tower, 7th Avenue, Shaheed-e-Millat Road, Parade Ground and Secretariat.
Islamabad-Rawalpindi Metro Bus Route
Total length of the route is 24km. Here is an interactive Metro Bus Route
How to Buy and Use Tokens/ Cards?
|How to Buy Metro Bus Smart Card|
Single-ride tokens are for single journey and can be bought from the ticketing booth at Metro Stations. RFID based Metro Cards can also be bought from the stations by paying a security deposit of Rs. 133. You can load money in this smart card.
To know more details about Metro Smart Cards, you can visit following link