Published: 2018-09-19 09:51
Last Updated: 2018-09-19 11:34
Prime Minister Omar Razzaz inaugurated a fleet of 65 modern buses in the capital Amman on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, in an important step forward for public transport and one that is set to be applied to the rest of the Kingdom’s Governorates in the near future.
"An important step for public transport has been made today in our beloved capital, and will be followed in the rest of the Governorates with the launch of the first fleet of 65 modern buses, equipped to transport citizens at a reasonable cost and in accordance with the highest international standards, with fixed positions of bus stops,” Razzaz tweeted on his official twitter account.
خطوة مهمة للنقل العام تم تدشينها اليوم في عاصمتنا الحبيبة وستتبعها بقية المحافظات بإطلاق الأسطول الأول المؤلف من 65 حافلة حديثة ومجهزة لنقل المواطنين بتكلفة مناسبة، ووفق أعلى المواصفات العالمية، وهي مزودة بأنظمة تكييف وتتبع ودفع إلكتروني، ضمن رحلات منتظمة ومواقف ثابتة معلن عنها pic.twitter.com/Ytt84LjZsN— Omar Razzaz (@OmarRazzaz) September 18, 2018
Razzaz noted that the buses have modern specifications and a high level of efficiency, including services for people with disabilities.
The new buses belong to Al Mutakamilah Company, which has been known to receive complaints from passengers about the state of their old busses, and who hope for further development to resolve the bad traffic situation.