ILIANKASHU ON DEMANDS OF MINIBUS OWNERS TO RISE TARIFFS: WHAT HAS THE CITY ADMINISTRATION DONE TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM?
Minibus fares in Kishinev might rise, and that is unavoidable. At least according to the vice-mayor of the capital NistorGrozavu. On the other hand, municipal counselorIlianKashu, a member of “Our Party” in Kishinev’s Municipal council, is asking what has the city administration done to avoid this blow to Kishinev’s citizens’ finances?
“Minibuses were the main topic of the city administration meeting this morning. There are 1240 units of transport coursing through the city. Minibus owners do not invest in cars due to the lack of money. They claim that 3 leu fare is too low. And yet no one has mentioned in that discussion what was done by the city administration to solve this problem. And was there anything done to being with?” asks the vice-president of “Our Party” IlianKashu on his Facebook account. Last time the minibus fares were increased in 2006. Also there is still no information on just how much the fares are going to rise.