Today, 60 new public transport buses will be in operation, of which 18 are destined for the Marina Vallarta Route, with this a commitment is fulfilled that will lessen the problems generated by the lack of transportation to the employees of the tourist zone, said Luis Alberto Romero Chávez, president of the Costa Pacífico Company.
At the same time, he said, this is the second block of units that are delivered to Puerto Vallarta, these 60 trucks will replace the same number of units that will go out of circulation.
In relation to the complaints of users for those trucks that still do not have air conditioning, he said that they currently have the concession that was delivered to the company Ruta Pacífico with a specific number of units equipped with air conditioning, which they fulfilled.
However, he indicated that as a company committed to the people of Vallarta, they promised that not only would this benefit be in the suburbs and tourist area, but that each and every one of the units that will circulate in Puerto Vallarta will have to have air conditioning.
“The buses were going to be handled with 105 linner G units, these had to bring air conditioning and the other 225, were going to be the feeders that come from the colonies to the trunk lines, and we as a company decided that no, that all the transport in Puerto Vallarta was going to come with air conditioning. ”
The shipowner delivered the first block of buses, of which 50 percent already came with air conditioning installed, so they are waiting for this week to be authorized a financing for put the air conditioning system to all those who do not have it yet.
Of the second block that they received and that they are putting into circulation today, he pointed out that only 18 have air conditioning, so they will be installing it in the rest, since he reiterated that the objective of the company is that the 333 urban transport units in the city have air conditioning for the benefit of users.
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