Two microcirculation bus lines begin services in Optics Valley
A bus travels in Optics Valley of China in Wuhan. [Photo/WeChat account of Optics Valley of China]
Sixteen microcirculation bus lines were launched on March 30 in Wuhan, the capital city of Central China's Hubei province, two of which went into service in East Lake High-tech Development Zone, also known as Optics Valley of China.
The two lines are bus line 682 and line 683, both of which offer convenience to surrounding residents. A total of 10 buses serve the lines, five for each.
Line 682 travels 4.3 kilometers between Optics Valley Square on Lumo Road and Wuhan Guanggu Vocational College on Chuping Road.
Meanwhile, line 863 travels 4 km between Guanggu Third Road and Optics Valley public service center.
Service hours for both lines:
On weekdays: 6 am-9 am, 4 pm-7 pm for the first station; 6:20 am-9:20 am, 4:20 pm-7:20 pm for the last station;
On weekends: 8:30 am-11:30 am, 3 pm-6 pm for the first station; 8:50 am-11:50 am, 3:20 pm-6:20 pm for the last station.
Buses are available every eight to 10 minutes during rush hours.