Lahore, 1st December 2015. Pakistan’s largest transport company, Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service Ltd, in collaboration with Defence Housing Authority, Lahore, inaugurated an international standard urban bus service today which shall operate within DHA while also servicing its periphery.
The inauguration ceremony was held today at the newly constructed DHA Bus Service terminal at Bedian Road. Speaking at the occasion the Chief Guest, Brig. Zafar Yasin Babar, Administrator DHA Lahore, emphasized the importance of public transport in today’s fast-paced world and praised the managements of both Daewoo Express and DHA Lahore, for their tireless efforts to transform a commendable idea into reality. The President, Daewoo Express, Mr. C.I. Park, while addressing the gathering, stressed the need for developing transport infrastructure and appreciated the initiative jointly taken by Daewoo Express & DHA on these lines. He paid tribute to the Administrator DHA and his team for their public friendly town management and forward thinking.
Daewoo Express has been operating the “Lahore City Bus Service” for the last 17 years and was the first international company to operate a city bus service in Pakistan. At the time, it was the first time in Pakistan’s history, that air-conditioned diesel buses were introduced in urban/domestic public transport. The new Lahore DHA bus service comprises of international standard air conditioned buses equipped with WiFi. In keeping with its tradition, Daewoo Express has launched these state-of-the-art buses which, for the first time in Pakistan, are fitted with Euro-3 engines which produce 75% less emissions (pollution) compared to other diesel buses.