Catarino César, chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of TCUL, explained that new routes will be created so that buses are in circulation in a short period of time, in order to respond to the problems exposed by the local authorities.
Cited by Angop, the official explained that due to the carrying out of works on some roads in the municipality, the traditional routes ended up having to be paralyzed. However, he informed that the company will work together with the administration of that municipality in order to reach a solution.
The purpose was expressed at the end of a meeting with the municipal administration and members of the National Association of Taxi Drivers of Angola.
At the time, Tomás Bica, municipal administrator of Cazenga, considered the meeting as productive, since for some years the citizens of that municipality have been complaining about the reopening of the TCUL routes.
On the list of concerns is the need to reactivate the Cemitério da Mulemba/São Paulo/Mutamba and IFA/Mutamba routes.
Also quoted by Angop, the municipal administrator made it known that the completion of the works on the streets of Porto Santos, Sétima Avenida, Condutas de Cima and Terra Vermelha will allow the carrier to readjust the routes.
Tomás Bica also made it known that a technical group was created, which includes members of TCUL and the administration of Cazenga, to carry out studies, with a view to creating stops and resuming the circulation of buses on those routes.