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Passengers without a ticket on the Benguela Railway risk a fine of 15 thousand kwanzas

The Benguela Railway (CFB) will start fining passengers who board without a ticket. In other words, people who travel on trains without the appropriate ticket will be subject to paying a fine of 15 thousand kwanzas.

: Facebook Caminho de Ferro de Benguela- E.P.
Facebook Caminho de Ferro de Benguela- E.P.  

In addition to paying the fine, according to the company, cases identified in this situation of irregularity will subsequently be taken to the competent authorities.

The CFB informs – through notice 03, cited by Angop – that from next Thursday, December 21st, passengers without a ticket will be prohibited from boarding. This measure aims to put a stop to the misconduct of occupying seats on trains, which ends up putting the safety of travel and its users at risk.

Furthermore, the company also clarifies that whenever improper use of the interior of locomotives is found and causes overcrowding, the station manager will not approve the train to continue, preventing the driver from continuing the journey, writes Angop.

Regarding the trains that run on the branches that cover Huambo, Bié, Moxico and vice versa, the company states that they will stop at the stations of Cachiungo, Huambo, Cuito, Cuemba, Munhango, Cangonga, Camacupa, Cangumbe , Luacano, Léua, Luena, Lumengi-Caméia and Luau.


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