The Delhi government is integrating all public transit systems with Google to create a multi-modal transit planner so that people won’t have to wait for long for public buses, said the city’s Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday.
Responding to a tweet by Mr Gahlot in the matter, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that his government is working hard to make the national capital’s transport system user-friendly.
“Delhites can very soon plan their bus journeys to the minute. We’re at the final lap of integrating all our public transit systems into @GoogleIndia platform, which will utilise Open Transit Data of Delhi Govt and live data of buses to create a reliable Multi-Modal Transit planner,” Mr Gahlot said in a tweet.
In response, to Mr Kejriwal wrote on the micro-blogging site, “The Delhi government is working hard to make Delhi’s transport system user friendly using technology.”
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