Without a doubt, public transport took a hammering in this pandemic, specially during the total lock down, which is why 7m euros have been allotted to towns in Granada.
The 7,000,000 euros will be shared out amongst Almuñécar, Baza and Motril, as well as the provincial capital itself, to compensate for the losses incurred by municipal, bus services.
“Throughout last year there was a considerable reduction in demand for public transport but despite this, these local entities maintained their services running,” said the socialist Sentator, Javier Aragón.
Consequently, the Secretaría de Estado de Hacienda will give instructions to the relevant town halls to supply information on their public-transport entities so that the funds can be calculated and paid over.
(News: Granada, Andalucia)