According to the Department of Transport, the Covid-19 pandemic has significantly affected public transport bus services.
The Department has decided to suspend the operation of 39 bus routes. The number of commuters traveling on subsided bus routes has reduced sharply and transport businesses’ revenue has sharply fallen and they have been short of funds to make up operation and management costs.
By Quoc Hung – Translated by Huyen Huong
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