Timber Market Metrobus Station

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Timber Market Metrobus Station

لکڑی بازار میٹروبس اسٹیشن
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LocationRavi Road
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 31°35′40.57″N74°18′7.28″E / 31.5946028°N 74.3020222°E / 31.5946028; 74.3020222 Coordinates: 31°35′40.57″N74°18′7.28″E / 31.5946028°N 74.3020222°E / 31.5946028; 74.3020222
Owned by Punjab Mass Transit Authority
Bus operators Lahore Metrobus
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Timber Market Metrobus Station
Timber Market Metrobus Station (Pakistan)

Timber Market Metrobus Station (Punjabi, Urdu : لکڑی بازار میٹروبس اسٹیشن) is a Lahore Metrobus station in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, located on Ravi Road. [1] [2]

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  2. "Home". pma.punjab.gov.pk.