We love public transport

We love public transport

Transport for Myanmar has been creating with a goal to collect and publish all information about Myanmar's public transport. Our aim is also promote public transport as a good, safe, healthy and sustainable means of transport.

Myanmar is just in the beginning of it's way of building a system of urban transport, railways and improving intercity bus lines. We know that public opinion plays a key role in improving all the public services. While national and local authorities are planning development projects there also must be public understanding and support of such projects.

Unregulated and extensive car growth and poor traffic education make Myanmar's traffic one of the worst in the world. Prioritize cars and motorbikes in the cities, particularly in city centres, is an outdated idea belongs to the mid of 20th century. All modern cities are promoting walking, cycling and public transport

Enrique Penalosa, mayor of Bogota, says: “A developed country is not a place where the poor have cars. It’s where the rich ride public transport”. We believe it. Public transport has very strong impact on our lives, it improves living standard of all residents, makes environment healthier and people more happy. It is far more then just a bus taking you from point A to point B.

Good public transport needs to have friendly customer service, dense line network, reliable schedule times and easy access to the information. Transport for Myanmar plays information role in this chain.

We are bringing you a handy web application. Our first-ever journey planner for Yangon and national services displays schedule times, transfer stations, travel times and geo locations of stops and stations. Try the journey planner now!

We are international team of experts, programmers and marketers who want to make public transport in Myanmar more popular. We have experiences from Myanmar and also from our countries and we love to share our knowledge.

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