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Mon, 25 Nov 2019 11:15 - Updated Mon, 25 Nov 2019 11:15

Lubango needs 52 buses to improve urban mobility

Lubango - At least 52 buses are needed in southern Huila Province to meet the demand of the urban commuters in the province's capital, Lubango, the director of the transport, traffic and urban mobility department of the region, Gracinda Gonçalves, said to ANGOP.

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The official expressed the concern while speaking at the celebration of the 43rd anniversary of the Institutionalization of the Transport Day in Angola, marked on November 23.

Last August, the province received 21 buses to bolster public transports in the region.

Gracinda Gonçalves explained that studies are being conducted together with municipal administration to improve the service.

November 23 is considered transport day in Angola giving that it marks the day the Ministry of Transport was established by decree in 1976.

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