NueGo expands pan-India footprint, now serves 100+ cities with launch of new routes

The company is pilot testing the provision of food boxes to ensure a comfortable experience.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 02 Apr 2024 Views icon994 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
NueGo expands pan-India footprint, now serves 100+ cities with launch of new routes

In a move to cater to the growing demand for its eco-friendly and comfortable services, NueGo has announced that it now serves 100+ cities and multiple routes across India. The newly launched routes include: Delhi – Shimla - Delhi, Gurgaon - Chandigarh – Gurgaon, Delhi - Rishikesh - Delhi, Delhi - Amritsar – Delhi, Chandigarh - Amritsar – Chandigarh, Chandigarh - Dehradun – Chandigarh, Vijayawada - Vizag – Vijayawada, Bangalore - Salem – Bangalore, Bangalore – Trichy – Bangalore.

Devndra Chawla, MD & CEO of GreenCell Mobility, speaking on the announcement said, "This move aligns with our mission to improve intercity travel by providing eco-friendly, convenient, and technology driven mobility solutions. With the introduction of new routes and amenities, we aim to elevate the travel experience for our guests while actively contributing to reducing tailpipe emission and ensuring greener future for all."

The company has further enhanced its in-bus travel amenities for the guests where the brand has started pilot testing the provision of food boxes to ensure a comfortable and worry-free experience. NueGo is also providing an additional discount on return ticket bookings for all its guests this holiday season.

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