Sajha Yatayat

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Sajha Yatayat
Sajha Yatayat logo.jpg
Founded March 16, 1962 (1962-03-16)[1]
Headquarters Pulchowk, Lalitpur
Service area Kathmandu Valley
Service type Bus
Hubs Pulchowk
Fleet 46[2]
Fuel type Diesel
Operator Sajha Yatayat Co-operative Ltd.
Chief executive Kanak Mani Dixit
Website sajhayatayat.com.np

Sajha Yatayat (Nepali: साझा यातायात) is a public transportation bus system in Nepal serving the capital city of Kathmandu as well as its surrounding valley. It mainly runs bus routes throughout Kathmandu and Lalitpur city. Since 2016 Sajha Yatayat has expanded its network and provides long haul bus service to Baglung, Gorkha, Birgunj and Lumbini.[3]

Routes[edit]

Sajha Yatayat serves the following routs inside Kathmandu Valley:[4]

Line Terminus Route Terminus
1 Lagankhel Jawalakhel, Pulchowk, Kupondole, Thapathali, Tripureshwor, NAC, Jamal, Lazimpat, Panipokhari, Teaching Hospital, Narayan Gopal Chowk, Samakhusi, Gongabu New Buspark
2 Imadole Police Chowki Krishna Mandir, Ratomakai Chowk, Kist Hospital, Gwarko, BNB Hospital, Satdobato, Lagankhel, Jawalakhel, Pulchowk, Kupondole, Thapahali, Tripureshwor, NAC, Jamal, Lazimpat, Panipokhari, Teaching Hospital, Narayan Gopal Chowk, Sallaghari, Gangalal Hospital, Golfutar, Hattigauda, Chapali Gaun Narayansthan
3 Ratnapark Purano Buspark, Shahid Gate, Tripureshwor, Thapathali, Maitighar, Babarmahal, Baneshwor, Shantinagar, Tinkune, Gairegaun, Sinamangal Tribhuvan International Airport
4 Ratnapark Babarmahal, Baneshwor, Tinkune, Koteshwor, Jadibuti, Lokanthali, Gatthaghar, Madhyapur Thimi, Srijananagar, Sallaghari, Suryabinayak, Jagati, Nalinchowk, Fun Valley, Palase Sanga
5 Swayambhunath Sitapaila, Bafal, Kalanki, Kalimati, Teku, Tripureshwor, NAC, Ratnapark, Babarmahal, Baneshwor, Tinkune, Koteshwor, Jadibuti, Lokanthali, Gatthaghar , Thimi, Srijananagar, Sallaghari Suryabinayak
6 Hattiban Kharibot Hattiban, Khumaltar, Satdobato, Lagankhel, Jawalakhel, Pulchowk, Kupondole, Thapahali, Tripureshwor, NAC, Jamal, Lazimpat, Panipokhari, Teaching Hospital, Narayan Gopal Chowk, Samakhushi Gongabu New Buspark
7 Bugamati Chyasikot, Sainbu, Bhaisepati, Nakkhu, Ekantakuna Chowk, Jawalakhel, Pulchowk, Kupondole, Thapahali, Tripureshwor, NAC Ratnapark

Furthermore there is currently one long haul route:[4]

Terminus Route Terminus
Kathmandu Thankot, Malekhu, Mugling, Pokhara, Kushma Baglung

Sajha Yatayat Bus stops signs are put at most places. Regular bus stops are also used. In some bus stands, there are no bus stop signs yet due to constructions. Normal frequency of operation is 15 minutes to 25 minutes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "परिचय". Sajha Yatayat. Retrieved 26 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Sajha Yatayat expands bus service". The Kathmandu Post. Retrieved 1 February 2017. 
  3. ^ "Sajha revives long route bus service". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 1 February 2017. 
  4. ^ a b "Route". Sajha Yatayat. Retrieved 20 April 2018. 

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