Saltillo: they march for a decent public transport and in rejection of the increase in fares

Groups of citizens, students, workers and housewives marched to ask for a tdecent public transport and protested the increase in fares in Saltillo.

There were almost a hundred people who gathered this Friday afternoon outside the Athenaeum Source and began the tour of the Venustiano Carranza boulevard.

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$!The commission and the municipal official talked to reach agreements.

The commission and the municipal official discussed to reach agreements.

“Transportation is a right, not a privilege”, “Today I walk for a decent transport”, “Chema, Manolo, they don’t use the truck”, “Manolo promised that the transport would change, lie, lie, the same crap”, were some of the slogans that they shouted

$!The march reached the Municipal Presidency, where a commission of eight demonstrators was received by the director of the Municipal Transportation Institute (IMT), Héctor Gutiérrez Cabello.

The march reached the Municipal Presidency, where a commission of eight protesters was received by the director of the Municipal Transportation Institute (IMT), Héctor Gutiérrez Cabello.

The requests to the authorities were new trucks, respect for the labor rights of drivers, trunk routes and planned routes, training of operators and inspectors, application that shows in real time the route of the units, number for complaints and doubts that it works.

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The march reached City Hallwhere a commission of eight demonstrators was received by the director of the Institute Municipal Transport (IMT), Héctor Gutiérrez Cabello.

The commission and the official municipal dialogue to reach agreements.

The price increase of the passage was approved by the Cabildo last Thursday, July 28in a closed session, while a group of citizens protested against this measure.

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The new rates They were 13 pesos in cash, 11 pesos with a prepaid card and 8 pesos for students with a card.

The increases will take effect from the publication in the Official Newspaper of Coahuila, whose date was not defined.

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