Line 0.110 will have an additional 30 trips to UnB

Line 0.110 will have an additional 30 trips to UnB
Line 0.110 will have an additional 30 trips to UnB
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Starting this Wednesday (3), line 0.110, which runs the circular route between the Plano Piloto Bus Station and the University of Brasília (UnB), will be reinforced with 30 new exits. As a result, the interval between trips drops from four to three minutes at peak times, both in the morning and at night.

Line 0.110 runs on a circular route between the Plano Piloto Bus Station and the University of Brasília (UnB) and, from this Wednesday (3), will be reinforced with 30 new exits | Photo: Disclosure/Semob

With this expansion, 0.110 now has 228 schedules per day, making it the line with the most trips in the Collective Public Transport System. “The department monitors the operation of the service and, if necessary, more exits will be added”, adds the Secretary of Transport and Mobility, Zeno Gonçalves.

The 0.110 originates on platform B of the Plano Piloto Bus Station, next to the BRT, so that students can validate the Student Free Pass (or one of the BRB Mobilidade cards, in the case of other passengers) at the turnstiles installed on the Bus Station floor before entering the reserved space, commonly called the aquarium, which helps speed up boarding. The line fare is R$3.80.

In addition to 0.110, these users can also use line 110.2, which leaves from platform A of the Bus Station to UnB – but with a longer length, also passing through the Olympic Center and the Veterinary Hospital via Avenida das Nações. The service offers 48 trips per day also costing R$3.80.

The timetables of all public transport lines can be checked at DF no Ponto.

*With information from Semob

The article is in Portuguese

Brazil

Tags: Line additional trips UnB

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