The Bulawayo City Council, the private sector and the govt of Zimbabwe are set to embark on a massive refurbishment exercise for Bulawayo’s 56 bus termini in line with ED’s vision 2030 the Chronicle reports.
This was revealed by the president on Friday after he commissioned new Zupco buses meant for Bulawayo. The President said:
In Bulawayo, we have 56 bus termini, four in the Central Business District, four in the industrial area, three servicing the long-distance routes and 45 are situated in the residential areas. We also have several bus stops and lay-byes along the main roads such as siyephambili Drive and as Government, we intend to have them resuscitated in the shortest possible time.
Bulawayo is the country’s second-largest city and one of the beneficiaries for the govt’s affordable transportation scheme being offered through the ZUPCO busses.
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