According to the director of the provincial office for Transport, Traffic and Urban Mobility in Luanda, Amadeu Campos, the number of buses available is "far below the real needs that the province has".
Amadeu Campos, who was speaking this Monday in Luanda during the ceremony of delivery of 32 buses, stressed that the new centralities of the capital are the areas with the greatest demand for means, given the large number of population to be transported.
"And we still don't have enough means in buses to meet this demand," he said.
The Minister of State for the Social Area, Carolina Cerqueira, announced on Friday in the National Assembly that the 220 new buses will enter circulation in the coming days.
On the occasion, Carolina Cerqueira reiterated the willingness and commitment of the executive to address the problem of lack of public transportation in the province of Luanda.
"We are facing a problem that is felt on a daily basis, with crowds of people waiting for transport and often not respecting social distance or biosecurity standards, because supply is limited and demand is high," she said, quoted in the press.