Bali is targeting to expand the route network of its Sarbagita Bus System with the arrival of 10 additional new buses expected before the end of May.
The buses, expected on May 29, 2012, will be used to expand the current Sarbagita Bus System to include a new corridor serving Bali’s capital of Denpasar. To date, the system’s services have been limited to a corridor connecting Nusa Dua – Kuta – Sanur and Batubulan traveling the Ngurah Rai Bypass higway
When, exactly, the new bus system will begin operation remains the subject of speculation. The new buses will need to undergo a process of title transfer, registration and inspection before they commence operation. This is expected to take at least two weeks.
Also yet to be announced is detailed information for the public on the actual routes and schedules to be traveled by the new buses.
The buses that will connect Denpasar to the existing network will be smaller than the current buses in order to navigate the narrow, crowded roads of the island’s capital. The new buses will provide only 20 seats and space for 15 standing passengers.
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