News | Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Eight interested in bus service

Known companies from UK Spain and Italy are among eight firms that have responded to a call for expressions of interest for the operation of the scheduled bus service in Malta.
The call was issued by the Infrastructure Ministry and the ADT as part of the reform of public transport.
A spokesman for the Infrastructure Ministry confirmed yesterday that those showing interest in operating a bus service in Malta included consortia which featured well known international companies.


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