Luanda — Bad roads in Luanda and its outskirts have been precluding the opening and maintenance of routes by Afri-taxi transport company.
This was said this Sunday in Luanda by the coordinator of the founding committee of the referred firm, José Manuel Rasak, while speaking to Angop about the taxi services provided by his company at Luanda's "4 de Fevereiro International Airport.
He said that Afri-taxi is sometimes obliged to stop operating in routes with a lot of demand because of the bad state of roads in these areas.
According to him, roads like Kima Kienda, Senado da Câmara, Ngola Kiluange, Luji Ankonda, among others, should be rehabilitated to facilitate the circulation of public transport companies and citizens.
On the other hand, José Rasak said that Afri-taxi by its own is not capable to cover the increasing number of passengers that request its services at the airport.
He congratulated the entrance in the airport segment of new private taxi operators such as Morvic, which has been helping to meet the demand.