GRUPSA builds the new BRT in the Pakistani city of Multan

GRUPSA, Automatic Doors System, has performed the recently opened BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) in the Pakistani city of Multan. The town, sited on southwest of the country, inside Punjab region, and with a population over two millions (plus one million more in the metropolitan area), enables a better Massive Transportation System , since the new installation will move more than 100.000 people every day. Opened a little over a month ago, this project includes 18,5 kilometers of line crossing all the city, with 21 BRT stops, seven on ground-level and fourteen elevated. With a 28,8 billions of Pakistani rupees (around 300 millions of Euros), operates currently with 35 buses but the local authority could increase them in case of futures needs, in a city on continued growth with higher demand of mobility. GRUPSA has provided 252 units with AT system, what integrates Sliding Automatics Doors with AS-300 EKO model, silver anodized color. Multan, jointly with other cities of Pakistan, such as Lahora y Rawalpindi, has incorporated BRT systems on the urban buses layout. GRUPSA comes together others companies have understood the opportunities of business in a country that, as India, pick foreign investments up of Middle East (South of Asia). And so has realized its Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, present at opening ceremony, because the important of this project in the country. The Bus Rapid Transit allows a better control of high-capacity public transport. The system optimizes the loading and unloading of passengers, increasing the capacity per hour, competing on performances with underground, but with lower cost. Adds advantages as security of the users and a better accessibility of elders and disables people. Also, reduces considerably the cost of investment and maintenance to achieve an energy saving. As a result of development (Screen System), Grupsa has been pioneer in Latin America. Important cities in the continent have Massive Transportation System of the company: Transoeste in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), Transmilenio in Bogotà (Colombia), Transantiago in Santiago de Chile, Metropolitano in Lima (Peru), Metrobus in Panama City or Trans 450 in Tegucigalpa (Honduras). Contact: