Public Transport in Karachi

What’s at Stake

Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city with an estimated population of over 22 million does not have a functioning government sponsored public transport system. Over the years there have been proposals and huge investments funneled into proposed public bus systems, however, not many have seen the light of day. Those that have, haven’t taken off in an effective manner.

Current Status

PILAP wrote RTIs to the Sindh Government asking about budget allocations and measures taken to expedite their implementation.

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