Deputy CM Sukhbir Badal inaugurates Baba Banda Singh Bahadur ISBT, Mohali

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newznew (Chandigarh / S A S Nagar) : India’s first fully air-conditioned bus terminus, resembling an airport lounge, was inaugurated today in Mohali by Deputy Chief Minister Sh. Sukhbir Badal, who complimented C&C Constructions Ltd., the concessionaire of Mohali Bus Terminus and State Department of Transport for the project.

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Talking on the inauguration, Gurjeet Singh Johar, Chairman, C&C Constructions Ltd. said, “We are delighted to offer to the people of North India a world class Air Conditioned Busopolis – a one stop facility for their travel, entertainment, shopping and daily needs. This complex offers a complete lifestyle experience for the user, backed by Wi-fi, electronic surveillance and a competent facility management service”

Derived from the concept of ‘Aerotropolis’ (mega airports), Mohali Busopolis is dedicated to the people of Punjab. Located on the border of Chandigarh and in close proximity to major Institutional Infrastructure and residential townships, the Mohali Terminus Mega Project is spread across an area of 7.02 acres, has a total project cost of 700 Crores and is being executed in 3 phases.

The State of the Art AC Busopolis will offer world travel and retail experience. Facilities include –

  • Operational 24×7
  • 1900 buses plying daily
  • Food Courts and Retail outlets
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Air conditioned buses
  • ATM’s
  • Cyber Cafes
  • Medical aid and pharmacy
  • Multilevel Parking
  • Pre-paid taxis / autos
  • Cloak rooms
  • Tourist information booths
  • Public Information display systems
  • AC Dormitories and Waiting lounges
  • Sniffer dogs to ensure safety of passengers