Our Services

  • Zu Buses
  • Zu Bicycles
  • Sakura Buses

Zu Peshawar

The Peshawar BRT system is branded as “Zu Peshawar”, which is a Pushto word, meaning “Lets Go Peshawar”.

Logo of Zu Peshawar gives clear reference to the petals of a flower, relating it with Peshawar known as “the city of flowers”.  The reference to the idea of liberty through the free-flowing petals, alike the freedom that people will have to travel around and explore the city. The reference to a flower also link to the environmentally friendly practices, one of the key benefits of the system. The choses logo represents the letter “P” as in “Peshawar”, and explores the concept of movement, through a stylized roadway.  Maroon is a powerful and vibrant color that represent human warmth while green is the nation color bring and bring the idea of being environmentally friendly.

[logo]

The Buses are referred as Zu buses, the stations as Zu stations and bicycles as Zu bicycles and so on.

Passengers are advised to read code of conduct for use of Bicycles/Buses and how to use our system.

Please read our overview of Passenger operations…………

Zu Buses

TransPeshawar striving best to provide best services to the travelers in Peshawar.

TransPeshawar is operating Zu buses on seven routes (16 hours) across the city on 30 BRT stations and 80 Direct routes bus stops. Passengers shall download route maps to find their origin and destination and network across the city. We connect you to Charsada road, ring road, Kohat terminal, Bara Road, and Hayatabad.

Zu buses are planned with express route on BRT corridor which stops on seven Zu stations in between the journey to shorten your travel time. Buses on express routes arrive every four minutes and plan to complete your end to end journey in 50 minutes. Visit our service hours’ page for more details.

Passengers are advised to acquainted with use of journey planner available on website and mobile app to plan their journey.

Passenger can connect their journey with bicycle at Islamia college and in Hayatabad.

Mobile app is introduced in Zu Peshawar to facilitate passengers in finding location of Zu buses, Zu cycles, plan journey and pay for our services. Passengers are advised to download Zu app for their convenience in use of our system.

To facilitate passengers in recharge of cards, the passengers can recharge their cards from BRT stations, online banking system, easypaisa and JazzCash franchises.

Females and person with disabilities are our special guests in Zu system and providing accessible, safe and efficient services.

To keep passenger waiting and journey more pleasing, TransPeshawar has provided wi-fi in buses and at stations to use Zu app to see expected arrival/ departure time at stations.

Our all stations, corridor and buses are watched by CCTV camera and provide secure entry to buses and stations. We try our best to provide secure transportation service to our travelers.

Passenger complaint management system are made operational for information, complaint and suggestion of the passengers. Passengers valuable feedback will help us to improve our system. Passenger can use our help line number, website or Zu app to reach to us.

Last but not the least, car users can park safely their vehicles at Chamkani, Hayatabad and Dabgari and can avail our Zu services.

Bicycle Sharing Program

TransPeshawar has procured 360 state of the art bicycles and these Bicycles are docked at 32 stations. We connect your journey in University Campus, & Hayatabad region.

Passengers can use Kiosks and Mobile app to find real time locations of bicycles.

Payment of rent/ fare for bicycle can be made via Zu card as well as Zu App.

Passenger can adjust height of Bicycle according to their requirements.

Safety first. Bicycles have an automatic LED light and reflectors.

Passenger complaint, information and suggestions will help to improve our self and provide our best services.

 [picture of bicycle, stations]

Sakura Bus Project

Transport and Mass Transit Department (TMTD), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in 2015 with technical support of UNOPS, developed a proposal for separate transport facility for women. The purpose of this proposal was to ensure safe and culturally suitable transportation services for women beneficiaries. Government of Japan funded the project that included purchase of 14 buses (7 for each city of Mardan and Abbottabad), establishment of 30 women friendly bus stops (15 in each city of Mardan and Abbottabad) and allied support for project staff. In June 2018, TMTD via KPUMA (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Urban Mobility Authority) mandated TransPeshawar to execute this project.

The operation of these buses was outsourced to a private Vehicle Operating Company monitored by TransPeshawar. Dedicated for women and children up to the height of 0.9 meter, each bus is fully air-conditioned and is equipped with GPS system to track bus location and its speed.

The Sakura buses are plying seven in Abbottabad and seven in Mardan.

[bus pictures, inauguration]

Accordion List

CDIA (City Development Initiatives for Asia) in 2014 provided support to the GoKP to assist with the institutional legislation and framework and link the Peshawar BRT to ADB financing. This was completed in December 2014, this TA (Technical Assistance) provided to GoKP with draft Legislation and supporting documentation for the establishment of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Urban Mobility Authority (KPUMA) and the TransPeshawar Company (TPC).

The Peshawar BRT project is a major undertaking not just in the development of the physical infrastructure of the city but as a catalyst for urban regeneration and growth. Successful completion of the project will lead to greater economic activity and prosperity as well as providing the people, who live, work and visit the city a world-class transport service.

The Peshawar BRT project is a major undertaking not just in the development of the physical infrastructure of the city but as a catalyst for urban regeneration and growth. Successful completion of the project will lead to greater economic activity and prosperity as well as providing the people, who live, work and visit the city a world-class transport service.