Only 40 buses need to be replaced to complete the renovation of the 425 transport units that the Municipality and the Chamber of Transport said had to be done by March. To date, the Chamber of Transportation has managed to renew 90 percent of the fleet and within two months will complete the remainder. The total change of the fleet is one of the 30 points that appear in the “Ordinance that regulates the conditions for the improvement of the quality of the public transport service in the city.” Compliance with the agreements will allow the ticket price to be…
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