The Ministry of Religious Affairs ensured all intercity buses, which will be used by Indonesian pilgrims in good condition. The bus has been upgraded from the provision of standard transportation services issued by the Saudi Government.
“All intercity buses have been upgraded. The bus that will be used by pilgrims is generally new and in good condition. The oldest production in 2009 for the type of Mercy, “said Head of Sub-Channel Transportation Haj Subhan Cholid on Socialization of Service Hajj Upgrading in Saudi Arabia, Saturday, July 14, 2017.
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According to Subhan, inter-city buses must meet special specifications. That is the oldest production in 2009, a minimum capacity of 45 seats, equipped with air conditioning, luggage is under, toilet facilities, refrigerator and drinking water, loudspeakers, fire extinguishers, glass breakers, and first aid kit.
Intercity transportation of this study will provide services on six routes. That is:
Madinah – Madinah-Makkah Airport, Jeddah – Makkah, Makkah – Jeddah, Makkah – Madinah and Madinah-Madinah Airport
In addition to intercity transportation, Indonesian pilgrims who will get buses shalawat and bus services Masyair. Salawat Bus Service is provided for Indonesian pilgrims living in hotels with a distance of more than 1,500 meters from the Grand Mosque.
“Bus Shalawat will operate for 24 hours, bringing pilgrims from the hotel to the Grand Mosque,” said Subhan.
The Masyair Bus is used to transport the pilgrims movement at the peak of Hajj from the hotel in Mecca to Arafat, Muzdalifah, Mina, and back to the hotel.
The first cluster of Indonesian pilgrims, scheduled to begin dispatch on July 28, 2017. The departure of pilgrims is conducted in two waves. The first wave will run from 28 July to 11 August 2017. While the second wave will depart from 12 to 26 August 2017.