Autos keep away from share service

Written By Unknown on Senin, 15 April 2013 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Despite the RTO introducing an economical share service from Sahar international airport to Andheri station (Rs20 per passenger), it is difficult to get a single auto at the stand. Commuters are often stranded and often end up paying Rs100 per trip or plying by the meter (Rs55-60).

A commuter, who works at a hotel close to the airport, said, "This is uncalled for. If the RTO has introduced a stand, we should get the benefit of paying only Rs20." Shrishti Banerjee, who works at Sahar, said, "Share autos were in great demand, but I have recently seen a drop. You will not find a single auto on certain days."

Auto union leader Shashank Rao said Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) was to blame. Rao said, "Our autos are willing to operate on the share route. But why earn Rs45 and payin a fine of Rs100 to the traffic cop who catches them at the airport?"

He said MIAL had removed the stand at the international airport about a year ago. "If there is no official stand and RTA board at the airport, the traffic police will continue to fine our drivers," he said.

The union has threatened a morcha to the MIAL office on April 24.

MIAL officials said they were unaware of the problem. "The share service exists outside the airport and there is no issue at all," a spokesperson said.

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