Government has introduced Zupco buses to service routes between the Bulawayo Central Business District and the city’s residential suburbs as it seeks to provide affordable transport to commuters.
This comes at a time when Zupco has partnered with private bus owners in Harare to provide cheaper transport for commuters. Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Advocate Fortune Chasi, yesterday said although a few Zupco buses have been introduced in Bulawayo, Government is working on providing a permanent transport solution. The Zupco buses ply the city centre-Pumula suburb routes only.
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