ANOI New Delhi Bureau
· Built on the new ULTRA platform from Tata Motors
· Designed with Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) technology to reduce driver fatigue
· Equipped with CCTV cameras and Intelligence Transport Systems (ITS), Fire Detection and suppression system features
· Powered with new generation Telematics for efficient and user friendly vehicle maintenance and tracking
New Delhi: Continuing with its commitment to revolutionize public transportation, Tata Motors, India’s largest commercial vehicle player today announced the delivery of six women friendly Tata Ultra 9m Diesel Midi buses to the Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML). Built on the new ULTRA platform, these buses meet requirements of every stakeholder – Driver, Passenger and Operator.
The Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) technology provides superior experience for the drivers enabling them to operate without fatigue. To ensure the safety and security of women commuters, the bus is equipped with best-in-class features such as Fire Detection & Suppression System (FDSS). The CCTV cameras providing an Intelligence Transport Systems (ITS) for public information in addition to the electronic destination display boards supported via GPS. With an inbuilt telematics system, the vehicle empowers State Transport Units (STUs) with a more connected experience, thereby, increasing operational efficiency and providing user friendly vehicle maintenance and tracking.
These buses are specially built and customized for women commuters under the Tejaswani scheme of the Government of Maharashtra. Tata Motors will be delivering the remaining 27 buses out of total 33 buses order by March 2019, in a phased manner.