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The most worn-out buses appeared in one region of the Far Eastern Federal District
The public transport forum discussed the situation with the deterioration of public transport in Russia. In the Far East, the worst situation was in Kamchatka.
According to TASS, the wear of buses was estimated by the general director of the State Transport Leasing Company (STLK) Yevgeny Ditrikh. In total, there are 440 thousand buses in Russia, and after the expiration of their service life, 84% of them work. Only 60% of trams and trolleybuses work after the end of their service life. At the same time, in 40% of regions there are less than 100 buses per 100 thousand people.
According to him, the average "age" of buses in Russia is 17,5 years with a useful life of 10 years. The worst situation in Russia is the situation in Dagestan, Chechnya, North Ossetia and Kamchatka. Here, the average age of public transport is more than twice the service life and is 23 years.