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The National Chamber of Travel Buses in Sudan announced the launch of the rotation program for travel buses, on Thursday.
The move comes under the auspices of the Director General of the Police Forces and the Minister of Transport, in the presence of the General Traffic Department, the President of the Employers Union, the Secretary General of the Sudanese Chambers of Transport Association, the Secretary General of the Tax Office, the owners of travel bus companies, the Director General of the land port and the director of the local market police, Khartoum.
The head of the National Chamber of Travel Buses, Ahmed Al-Tarifi, said, according to the official Sudan Agency, that the rotation system aims to provide more than $200 million to the state’s public treasury as a result of reducing fuel consumption for the bus sector.
He pointed out that the step will resolve the chaos in the sector and the safety of passengers and achieve safety.
He announced the initiation of obligating the operating companies to legalize and regulate their labor, asserting that he had signed a number of agreements with the General Administration of Rapid Traffic to regulate the sector, along with the Tax Office.