This was disclosed at a meeting here, held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, to review the progress of various development projects.
The buses would be operated by the Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited(GMCBL).
In addition, the GMCBL has also approved 100 electric buses for Gurgaon, tender for which would be floated by June-end.
As many as 453 bus queue shelters are to be constructed in Gugaon to pick and drop passengers. Out of these, 125 bus shelters are being constructed by the Municipal Corporation (MCG), Gurugram, and 328 bus queue shelters by the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), he said.
Construction of about 80 bus queue shelters by the MCG and 50 by the GMDA has been completed and progress is apace on others.
In the first phase, 90 buses would be pressed into service, including 40 semi-low floor CNG fuelled air-conditioned buses, and 50 semi-low floor CNG fuelled non-air-conditioned buses.
Similarly, 100 buses each would be started in the second and third phase, respectively, he said.
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