“Bus Da Pata” – A Route-Planning Application
TPL Trakker & Lahore Transport Company (LTC) launched the FIRST completely free route-planning app “Bus Da Pata” for consumers travelling on their buses using various urban routes of the city of Lahore. Developed by TPL Trakker, the exquisite features of this application include next bus arrival time, trip planner, live bus locator, fare information and route information.
“Bus Da Pata” will cater to the common man standing on the bus stop in warm weather. The user-friendly application will not only assist him/her in finding out about the arrival of next bus, but will also tell how much fare is to be given to the fare conductor and route information for the planned journey.
“The facilitation of the maximum number of people and the provision of a state of the art public transportation system is the core idea,” wished the Chief Minister Punjab, as stated by Khawaja Ahmad Hassan, Chairman LTC, the launch of the application.
“Its enabling features will provide a one click bus finder solution to the passengers. It is imperative to note that it is free of cost and easily downloadable from the internet on smart phones.” He further added.
“This technology will accomplish the goals of prompt delivery of public service to the commuters by saving their precious time in routine life.” explains Ali Kirmani, COO, TPL Trakker. “LTC is making rapid advancement in the transport sector and it is a moment of pride for the TPL team to work with this organization and striving further to utilize this technology on non smart phones to give maximum benefit to the general public.”
COO TPL Trakker, Ali Kirmani, CEO LTC Khawaja Haider Latif, CTO LTC Badiur Rahman, CIO TPL Trakker Muhammad Salman Ali, Managing Director Turkish Pakoz Hanfi, CFO LTC Mariam Khawar, SP Traffic City Asif Siddique, Dr. Ghulam Abbas Dean Architecture & City Planning, DGM Enforcement Chaudhry Shafique Ahmed, Group Head Marketing TPL Anika Saqib, Marketing LTC Farhan Alvi, Azhar and other senior officials were also present at the launch ceremony for “Bus Da Pata”.