In view of the success of luxury Volvo buses and the increasing demand, the Haryana government has decided to add six more Volvos on the Chandigarh-Delhi-Gurgaon route by the first week of May.
With this, 22 Volvo buses would ply on these routes. State transport director general Arun Kumar said the new super luxury bus service launched by inducting 16 Volvo buses had achieved 100% occupancy.
He said these buses had increased the level of comfort for travel to Delhi and Gurgaon.
Though there have been no breakdowns, Haryana Roadways has promised its passengers that in case of a breakdown, the fare would be refunded in 15 days.
The buses have been fitted with air-conditioning and heating system. They will have LED-based front destination boards to help passengers know the destination, built-in mobile and laptop chargers, adequate luggage room, 49 comfortable semi-sleeper passenger seats, entertainment system with a DVD player and foldable LCDs.