Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Thursday said the government will relaunch its mobile app 'PoochhO' in two weeks to help the commuters get information related to DTC and cluster buses. "We are working on the revamp of our mobile app 'PoochhO' and will be re-launching it in two weeks. The passengers can get the information related to the timing, frequency and route of the buses through it," he said.
Gahlot was addressing the media while inaugurating a pilot project of adding a detailed map at bus shelters which will provide routes and frequency of the buses going from that stop, in addition to details of the neighbourhood area.
Initially planned for the Delhi Secretariat bus stop on Vikas Marg, such maps will be added to other bus shelters soon. "The map has all the information of the buses going from this bus shelter. The passengers who are new or those struggling due to lack of information can get assistance from the map," Gahlot said.
He said they were working to install GPS in all the buses to track the buses and solve the issue of incorrect bus timings.
In a related News, Delhi University also introduced its new app for DU aspirants that will provide information on the list of colleges, their admission procedures as well as contact information for inquiries.
The app has previous year's cut-offs, list of DU colleges with their location and web address, and the list of documents required to take admission.
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