Naveen opens Keonjhar bus terminus to traffic

Chief Minister, on Thursday opened the state-of-the-art constructed by at Keonjhar to traffic. The bus terminus has been constructed over an area of 2.7 acres at a cost of Rs 7 crore. It has been designed to accommodate 24 buses inside the bay and has provision for parking of four to six buses. Facilities for parking of cars, taxis and auto rickshaws have been provided in the bus stand premises. The terminal building boasts of food court, waiting hall, ticket counters, office room, first aid room, shopping arcade, ATM, and lavatories.

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Naveen opens Keonjhar bus terminus to traffic

BS Reporter  |  Kolkata 

Chief Minister, on Thursday opened the state-of-the-art constructed by at Keonjhar to traffic. The bus terminus has been constructed over an area of 2.7 acres at a cost of Rs 7 crore. It has been designed to accommodate 24 buses inside the bay and has provision for parking of four to six buses. Facilities for parking of cars, taxis and auto rickshaws have been provided in the bus stand premises. The terminal building boasts of food court, waiting hall, ticket counters, office room, first aid room, shopping arcade, ATM, and lavatories.

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Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik on Thursday opened the state-of-the-art bus terminus constructed by Tata Steel at Keonjhar to traffic. The bus terminus has been constructed over an area of 2.7 acres at a cost of Rs 7 crore. It has been designed to accommodate 24 buses inside the bay and has provision for parking of four to six buses. Facilities for parking of cars, taxis and auto rickshaws have been provided in the bus stand premises. The terminal building boasts of food court, waiting hall, ticket counters, office room, first aid room, shopping arcade, ATM, and lavatories.

Chief Minister, on Thursday opened the state-of-the-art constructed by at Keonjhar to traffic. The bus terminus has been constructed over an area of 2.7 acres at a cost of Rs 7 crore. It has been designed to accommodate 24 buses inside the bay and has provision for parking of four to six buses. Facilities for parking of cars, taxis and auto rickshaws have been provided in the bus stand premises. The terminal building boasts of food court, waiting hall, ticket counters, office room, first aid room, shopping arcade, ATM, and lavatories.

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