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Gira Transportes puts more than 20 new buses into operation on interprovincial routes

There are 22 new plaintiffs from the national operator Gira Transportes that officially enter circulation this Wednesday. The newly arrived public passenger transport vehicles will operate on interprovincial routes connecting Luanda, Cuanza Sul and Benguela.


According to the operator, quoted by Angop, a second phase of this process will take place in two months' time when the buses also start running on the routes linking Malange, Uíge and Zaire.

Fernando Vasco, operations director of Gira Transportes, clarified that the 22 buses will initially transport more than 700 passengers per day. Each of the buses has a capacity of 48 seats.

The company's most recent bet on collective passenger transport required an investment of 1.5 million dollars and aims to be another transport alternative for citizens.

Amadeu Campos, director of Transport, Traffic and Urban Mobility of the Provincial Government of Luanda, praised the initiative of Gira Transportes, stating that it will support the locomotion of several passengers. He also highlighted the fact that there are seven buses for rent and charter service in Luanda province.

Only seven interprovincial transport operators operate in Angola, a clearly scarce number for the country's 32 million inhabitants.

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