Green Blue Bus Islamabad Route & Ticket Peice

Green Line And Blue Line Bus Islamabad Routes, Timings and Tickets Price Details

The best travel facilities are being provided to the citizens in the Metro Bus Service project in the Capital Islamabad. Which includes Metro bus green line, blue line, orange line and red line, the route of the bus service is 83.6 km long, the route has tried to cover the entire Islamabad, the ticket price of Islamabad metro service is also reasonable.

PM of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif has assured to ensure complete transparency in execution of public Bus Service projects in Deffernt routes.

Addressing a ceremony:  In connection with inauguration of Green Line and Blue Lines Metro Bus Service in Islamabad. On Thursday he also said directions have-been issued to the relevant departments in this regard in strongly order to save the money of this Pakistani nation.

PM Said: Emphasizing the need for timely completion of development bus service projects, said more that in case of any negligence, the law will take its course.

Operator Services By Punjab Mass Transit Authority and Capital Islamabad Development Authority, Vehicles numbers is  98 they are  Active Began from service 4 June 2015.

Mero Bus Red, Yellow line Route:


Pak Secretariat Terminal, Parade Ground, Shaheed-e-Millat, 7th Avenue

Stock Exchange


 Blue   Green 




Peshawar Morr

Faiz Ahmed Faiz 




IJP Road



6th Road


Chandni Chowk

Waris Khan,

Committee Chowk

Liaqat National Bagh

Marrir Chowk

Saddar Terminal

Green and Blue Line Route:

Blue Line Bus PIMS – Gulberg 
Green Line Bus PIMS – Bharakau.
Zia Masjid
Kuri Road
Iqbal Town
Dhoke Kala Khan’
Centaurus  Red 
Tipu Market
Metro bus Islamabad route blue line route

Expressing satisfaction over decrease in the prices of petroleum products in the international market, he also said this will help bring down inflationary pressures currently faced by the people.

Describing the launch of new transport Bus Service service in the federal  Government cabinet as an important step, he said this will benefit different segments of the society. He more said this service should be kept free for 1 month. He also said funds will also be provided for the signal free Islamabad expressway from Koral to Rawat.

Earlier, the Chairman CDA briefed the PM about the blue and green line transport service. He also said a command and control center is also being established to manage the system of metro & other transport service in the capital.

Also visit: Pink Line Bus route and timing For women

People Hail Green line And Blue line Metro Bus Services In Rawalpindi & Islamabad

People from different walks of life have hailed the Green line & Blue line metro bus service in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Talking to Radio Pakistan: They also said these international standard services have benefited a lot to people who are unable to afford their private conveyance & hesitate using Public Bus Service due to poor service & mismanagement. Employees of different public and private sector organizations and working class lauded the step as public friendly, providing the citizens with a respectful travelling without any hassle and chaos.

Tourists especially appreciated the Green Blue line line metro bus services as they calling names of important spots which helps them reach different destinations accurately & affordably.

Read More: Red Line Bus Service Karachi Route Timings And Ticket Price

Students also hailed the step as very beneficial as it has reduced cost of their daily travelling & as they reach educational institutions easily.  Olso Female passengers welcomed the initiative by the government saying the service is very safe & secure for them. Patients & their attendees who visit PIMS hospital also hailed the intiative. The passengers also demanded that the service should-be extended to other areas of the twin cities.

CDA To Hire Buses From NRTC To Ply On 13 Metro Routes

ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority CDA has changed its decision to obtain over 150 buses for 13 new routes from private firms & decided that buses would be hired from the National Radio & Telecommunication Corporation NRTC.

Agreement with NRTC for plying the new 200 electric buses on 13 routes in Islamabad is in the final stages, After agreement. NRTC is bound to start services within 90 days CDA Chairman Noorul Amin Mengal tweeted on Friday.

Sources more said: Soon both parties would sign an agreement in this regard. Later the CDA after cancelling the bid. Had decided to call bids afresh. However, sources said that when the matter was brought to the notice of the incumbent chairman, he directed the transport wing of the civic agency to explore options to get buses from government owned NRTC.

Then, a couple of meetings were held between both organisations and NRTC agreed to ply over 150 buses on 13 routes. Soon we will sign an agreement in this regard & the home work is almost complete, said an official of CDA.

No metro bus service from Peshawar Morr to airport available at night

Prime Minister Mian Shehbaz Sharif last year had directed the CDA to launch new metro bus services on 13 routes. Earlier. The prime minister had also inaugurated three metro bus services: Green Line, Orange Line,  and Blue Line. The buses that are plying on the 3 routes belong to the CDA.

However: under the new arrangement for plying buses on 13 routes, the CDA had decided that instead of procuring buses, it will hire services of a private bus company now NRTC which will ply 150 buses. The firm would-be paid against each Km of travel.

According to a study: the 13 routes include the 1 from Police Foundation Orange Line Station to Metro Red Line Faiz Ahmed Faiz Station in I-8, Allama Iqbal Station to Red Line Potohar Station. Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) to Secretariat, D-12 to G-10, F-11 to Red Line F-8 Station, G-11 to Pims, Aabpara to Tramri Chowk, Nilor to Khanna Pul, Pirwadhai Chowk to Faizabad, B-17 to 26 Number Chungi & I-16 to 26 Number.

Ticket Price

Bus ticket price minimum per station is Rs 40 Currently (change subject)


No metro service to airport during night

Metro Bus Daily running 06:00Am to 10:00 Pm weekly 7 days .People have-been complaining that there is no bus service available for Peshawar Mor Faiz Ahmed Faiz Station to Airport after 10:00pm.

Before 10:00pm, people can use the metro Isb bus service from Faiz Ahmed Faiz Station to N-5 G.T. Road, from where they will get shuttle service to the airport. Even though. The shuttle service will ply round the clock from airport to G.T. Road, the metro bus service from Peshawar Mor to G.T. Road faces closure after 10pm.

Information Source: from Office Punjab Mass Transit

Headquarters Lahore

346-B Ferozepur Road,

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