The private citizens, satisfied with the meeting with Arsovska, expect to be part of the public city transport again
The four-hour meeting of the private carriers with the mayor Danela Arsovska met the expectations of the carriers, although nothing concrete was agreed upon. As they pointed out, immediately after the meeting, they received advice that they should implement in order to become part of the Skopje public transport again. By the end of the week, the bus drivers should once again meet with the mayor and then, as they say, they will come out with more details about what was agreed upon.
The advice they received was in the direction of modernizing transportation. Regarding the debt owed to them by JSP, it was not discussed in detail, but according to them, the most important thing is to find a way for them to return to the streets of Skopje, and in the meantime to agree on how to pay them the money are due.
For the people of Skopje, the most important thing is that due to the meeting with Arsovska, there will be no more roadblocks and traffic jams, but finally there is hope that if the private companies return to public transport, there will be more buses on the routes where they used to drive and the problems of citizens traveling by bus will be reduced.