The decision on resuming public transport would be taken during a meeting chaired by Chief Secretary Sindh Mumtaz Ali Shah on Tuesday.
The transporters announced the decision after holding successful talks with Commissioner Karachi Iftikhar Shallwani.
Yesterday the Foreign Office in a statement said that another 176 Pakistanis stranded in India due to COVID-19 lockdown will return home via Attari-Wagah border on Wednesday.
If a decision is taken at the federal level then we will also extend the closure timings of businesses in the province, said Nasir Shah.
According to the provincial transport department, the decision to allow operations of transport including ride hailing services was taken in view of facilitating masses.
Strict lockdown will remain in place across the province during Friday, Saturday and Sunday, read the home ministry notification.
The PMA general secretary said that they also had to fight with poverty and hunger along with coronavirus in the country.
It all started when two women entered a fast food chain, expecting to be served food at the hotel.
The businesses will be allowed to operate within a few days, said sources privy to details.