APSRTC Successfully Shift To Vijayawada – Miniplex,Live TV, Live Bus Tracking In...

APSRTC Successfully Shift To Vijayawada – Miniplex,Live TV, Live Bus Tracking In Buses



[ads2] Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Corporation(APSRTC) shifted successfully to Vijayawada. AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu took part in the opening ceremony of new APSRTC Bhavan. He congratulated APSRTC for leading by example in the marathon exercise taken up by Government to shift the administration to new capital Amaravati.
The speciality of new Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Corporation(APSRTC) Bhavan in Vijayawada is that people could watch feature films in the Multiplex environment. This model has been implemented for the first time in Andhra Pradesh. AP Government wishes to shift Secretariat employees by June 27th this year. While majority of them were willing to move, Some of them weren’t happy with huge rentals and lack of basic amenities.

Miniplex at PNBSFirst-Department-to-move-to-AP-Capital-1465217226-1729

A miniplex with food court facility, first-of-its-kind in the country, was inaugurated by the Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu here Monday. It is located at the arrival block of PNBS. The Rs-1.3-crore project is owned by Y -Screens Entertainment India Limited. Spread over 4,356 square feet area, the miniplex will have two screens with seating capacity of 130 each. 3D technology and satellite-based screening would be used for screening movies. The food court is an added advantage to the moviegoers. The ticket price is fixed at Rs 80 per head. After inaugurating the miniplex, the Chief Minister purchased a ticket and viewed Telugu film ‘Aa Aaa’ today. He spent 10 minutes in the cinema hall and appreciated the arrangements.

Live TV in Amaravati Buses


Amaravati (Scania) buses being operated to Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore from Vijayawada will now feature live TV facility. Every seat in the bus will have a mini screen, just as in some flight services. It will act as a personal entertainment hub for the passengers for the duration of their journey and they can access music, news, video of their choice, instead of watching the same fare dished out on the twin monitors in the bus. The facility was launched by the Chief Minister on Monday.