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Ministry of Transport: passenger bus fleet in the Far Eastern Federal District is one third worn out

Ministry of Transport: passenger bus fleet in the Far Eastern Federal District is one third worn out
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A third of passenger buses in the Far East are worn out. On the whole, in the Far Eastern Federal District, the share of the fleet with an exceeded useful life (over ten years) reached almost 34%.

As they say "News" With reference to the data of the Ministry of Finance, the best situation in the Far East with passenger transport is in the Sakhalin Region, where buses are over 8% 63,7%. The worst is the case with Transbaikal Territory - XNUMX%.

Many regions of the Far Eastern Federal District lack medium and large class buses, which are more expensive than small-capacity cars. Since private companies account for a large share of passenger traffic, it is difficult for them to buy large and medium buses.

However, the Russian Ministry of Transport declares that the regions are updating public transport. The department wants to evaluate the measures for the development of urban passenger transport, which are taking in the regions. First of all, this will concern transport planning, route network optimization, and the transition to cashless fare payment.

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