18 March 2014
Egypt: Forty Buses Join Cairo Public Transport, More to Come
Cairo — Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab and Cairo governor Mostafa Saeed witnessed the joining of 40 new buses to Cairo's public transport on Tuesday valued at EGP 45 million, the state news agency said.
Saeed told the agency that the government is keen on developing public transport services and plans on adding 800 new buses.
The initiative will also include 600 more buses in collaboration with the armed forces and the UAE.
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