This Wednesday afternoon the bus service at the AMBA will be interrupted (Credit: Cristian Gastón Taylor)
An hour before the collective strike begins in the AMBA, the Ministry of Transport of the Nation and the business chambers of urban transport confirmed that the measure of force was suspended.
The cut in services on the lines that go from 1 to 799 was announced for today between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. inflation.
As Infobae learned, the ministerial authorities called the chambers of the sector to a new meeting at 4:00 p.m. the Ministry of Transportation.
This morning, Mario Vacca, president of the Business Chamber of Urban Transport of Buenos Aires (CETUBA), had warned that the financial situation of the companies was not enough. “The ticket today, if the subsidy did not exist, should cost $330 more or less,” he remarked.
Regarding the delays in the perceptions of the tariff compensations, which are getting larger, the sector recognized that “some money from the subsidies that were claimed entered today” and the measure of force was suspended.
In a statement signed by all the business chambers (CEAP, CETUBA, CTPBA, AAETA and CEUTUPBA), they confirmed that the Government deposited the balances owed and considered that they have “the conditions to sustain the services between the hours of 13 to 16”.
However, they warned that they are not in a position to ensure the continuity of services in the days to come and hope that in the meeting with Minister Giuliano two demands will be guaranteed: “Debt cancellation schedule; terms and ways of updating the income structure according to inflation”.
“Compliance with the preceding points is essential to offset the effect that inflation has on the acquisition of basic supplies and to operate safely for our passengers,” they added.
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