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Transport workers lost 100 million rubles due to COVID-19 in Khabarovsk

Transport workers lost 100 million rubles due to COVID-19 in Khabarovsk
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, public transport in Khabarovsk continues to suffer losses. The amount of lost income has already exceeded 100 million rubles.

According to the press service of the city administration, 475 units of passenger vehicles operate on the routes - 191 units less than before the self-isolation regime. During the restrictions, the townspeople made 50,5 thousand trips - two and a half times less than before the pandemic.

By May 12, motor transport enterprises lost about 84,5 million rubles in revenues, and another 35,4 million in revenues were lost on electric transport. At the same time, the main reason for the increase in the amount of lost income is not only the decline in passenger traffic, but also the need to carry out regular processing of transport. The carriers spent 6,3 million rubles on disinfection.

The rivermen are not so critical yet, but they are not waiting for income there. From May 1 to May 11, the motor ships transported 7 passengers - this is 265% of the number of passengers for the same period last year. In addition to self-isolation, sanitary requirements hinder the increase in the number of passengers: now ships can take about 82 people on board so that passengers can maintain a social distance of 115 meters.
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