The city council does not know how long private buses will not work. It’s reported by UNIAN.
“Carriers did not turn to us, today they just did not started buses. They did not make any claims. Now our employees are in touch with all carriers to find out what the reason is. We will also examine how to legally act and how much their current decision meets the terms of the agreement”, says the head of the press service of the city council Mariana Zvarych.
As reported UNIAN, since November 1 in Ternopil increased prices for public transport. At the same time, the cash rate has become the highest in Ukraine: 8 hryvnias on a trolleybus and 9 hryvnias per shuttle bus. The Ternopilian were outraged by these tariffs, as the state of the minibusses, operating schedules of transport and culture of the drivers did not satisfy passengers even at the previous tariffs.