The Blue Line Metrobus is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Islamabad, Pakistan. It is a 27 km long corridor that runs from the city of Rawalpindi to the new Islamabad International Airport. The Blue Line Metrobus was opened to the public in 2015, and it is operated by the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The bus system is designed to provide a fast and efficient mode of transportation for commuters in the city, and it includes dedicated lanes for buses, as well as modern stations and stops. The Blue Line Metrobus is part of a larger transportation plan for the city of Islamabad, which aims to improve mobility and reduce traffic congestion.
Blue Line Metrobus Islamabad routes
The Blue Line metrobus route in Islamabad, Pakistan runs from the Islamabad International Airport to Pakistan Secretariat. It has a total of 23 stations and covers a distance of 25.6 km. The route passes through major areas of the city such as Faizabad, IJP Road, and Pakistan Secretariat.