1 min read.Updated: 23 Sep 2020, 07:51 AM IST Edited By Sangeeta Ojha
Delhi transport minister Gahlot said features like its usage by non-smartphone users to buy tickets and issuing of daily and monthly passes are being incorporated into the app
The contactless e-ticketing App ‘Chartr’ has been developed with the technical support of IIIT-Delhi
Delhi transport minister Kailash Gahlot said that the city administration will launch contactless e-ticketing services in all its buses from November. "The app has received a good response from the passengers. We are looking forward to covering all the cluster and DTC buses under this app by the first week of November," Gahlot said as reported by news agency PTI.
Gahlot said features like its usage by non-smartphone users to buy tickets and issuing of daily and monthly passes are being incorporated into the app named 'Chartr', that has completed its second phase trial. The second phase trial from September 7- 21 covered more than 60 routes from four depots of DIMTS and two depots of DTC.