Quzhou is set to establish four intelligent bus stations which will improve the lives of passengers. [Photo/qz123.com]
Quzhou in East China's Zhejiang province is driving forward with plans to establish four intelligent bus stations, according to the local government on June 25.
With a total investment of 600,000 yuan ($87,250), the intelligent bus stations are designed to include an electronic information board and an intelligent kiosk.
The electronic information board offers passengers real-time bus information as well as an inquiry service for routes, stations and public bicycles.
The intelligent kiosk consists of an interactive touch screen and two LCD display screens.
Passengers can inquire about public reserve funds, even real estate, and personal social security and deal with more than 30 administrative affairs at the touch of a screen.
The two LCD screens will display the city's beautiful scenic spots and its brand logo-- a fist-and-palm salute.
In addition, passengers can also enjoy free wifi and a battery charging service at the station.
The four intelligent bus stations are expected to be completed in the second half of the year and will be put into service immediately after completion.
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