275 km (171 miles) for the north-west connected with Lahore will be Rawalpindi. This takes in the site of an outdated town lived on from the Rawals some sort of group connected with Yogis. It’s fast acquiring right into a large modern metropolis. It’s several play grounds a nice membership an Army Public a number of excellent accommodations along with dining establishments and a enormous Ayub Park Rawalpindi will be the last the halting of publish leading to the many holiday break areas along with hillside major resorts in the to the north for example Nathiagali, Murree Abbottabad,, Ayubia, Swat, Hunza, Gilgit, Kaghan, Skardu along with Chitral. Daewoo Express began its Bus Services pertaining to Rawalpindi on 26th April 1998. This is among the original terminals in the Company.
As many of you know about the flyover and under-pass project of Pir Wadhai Morh. It was necessary for Daewoo Express Bus Service to switch its Rawalpindi terminal to another suitable place. So company has selected a place on the main Peshawar Road (G.T. Road) near the EME College and NUST University. The new Daewoo Express Rawalpindi terminal is situated on a very wide place and it is 3.5 kilometres away from the old building.
If you reach on the old terminal building and find nothing there then does not worry you are just few minutes’ drive away from the new Rawalpindi terminal of Daewoo Express. A new place was also necessary to meet the requirements of the passengers. The new terminal is under development. The company has started the operation there on experimental basis and soon that place will be upgraded. Currently there is lack of facilities over there and the parking place is also not suitable in raining conditions.
The new Daewoo terminal of Rawalpindi is easily accessible through the local transport and through rent a car or cab. The old terminal becomes little congested as it could not fulfil the requirement of passengers and the parking place at the old building was also a big problem for the administration and for the traffic. Whenever a bus comes in or out from the old terminal all traffic on the main road got stuck and had to wait for its clearance. On the other hand the new terminal of Daewoo Express Rawalpindi has the enough space for huge busses with a big parking place for general public.
The new Daewoo Express Rawalpindi terminal is situated on the main Peshawar Road towards Peshawar; it is next to EME Military College. The cargo points of Rawalpindi terminals are located in Liaqat Bagh and Chandani Chowk. Its contact numbers is 051-111-007-008.