Lucknow: Now passengers will not face any problem in traveling as buses will start traveling on Purvanchal Expressway from 1st April. The team of Transport Corporation will run non stop bus for Ghazipur . It will run for Azamgarh and Ghazipur.
People of Lucknow will reach Azamgarh and Ghazipur two hours before passing through Purvanchal Expressway. At present it has taken six to seven hours for Azamgarh and seven to eight hours for Ghazipur. 1 out of 3 AC and one ordinary bus will go to Azamgarh. AC and sleeper buses will also be run on this route.
From date one, ordinary service Pawan Express will leave for Azamgarh at 8:00 am, AC Janrath at 9:30 am and ordinary service bus will leave for Ghazipur at 8:30 am. These buses will also return to Lucknow on the same day.
Buses going from Alambagh to Azamgarh and Ghazipur will board the Purvanchal Expressway from Ahimamau. These buses will take 232 km from Milestone Tanda Cut towards Azamgarh and 295 km from Milestone Gorakhpur Cut towards Ghazipur.
Travel facility from 14 places-
Ahimamau, Chand Sarai, Haidergarh Cut, Inhona Cut, Jagdishpur Cut, Sultanpur/Ayodhya Cut, Ambedkar Nagar/Sultanpur Cut, Ambedkar Nagar/Dostpur Cut, Akbarpur/Shahganj Cut, Ahirola/Mahul Cut, Azamgarh/Tanda Cut, Muhammadabad on Purvanchal Expressway /Azamgarh cut, Varanasi/Gorakhpur cut and Ballia/Buxar cut will provide travel facility. The number of villages and towns that are within a radius of five to 25 km of these cuts, the journey of their people will be easy.
- The distance of so many km will be less
- Route from Alambagh at present via Purvanchal Expressway
- Azamgarh 306 km 260 km via Ayodhya
- 285 kms 260 kms via Azamgarh Sultanpur
- 363 km 340 km via Ghazipur Ayodhya