Old Buses to Be Banned from Driving Kids in Bulgaria

Domestic | June 26, 2010, Saturday // 13:31|  views

An amendment to the Bulgarian Law on Bus service is expected to prevent old buses from driving kids. Photo by Sofia Photo Agency

Less than 10-year-old buses and bus drivers between the age of 25 and 60 years are the demands by the Bulgarian Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications.

The amendment to the Bulgarian Law on Bus services will be proposed at the meeting of the Parliament on Wednesday, Minister Alexander Tsvetkov announced Saturday in an interview for the Bulgarian Darik Radio.

He added that the security inspection on school busses that led to the suspension of some of them will continue in September.

The minister confirmed that the security at the Bulgarian seaside is guaranteed, since the companies that rent jet ski are obliged to use remote controls in order to stop violators who are disturbing the people in the sea.

The Border Police and the Maritime Administration will be watching closely with patrol boats for violations, and the fines will be between BGN 1 000 and BGN 3 000, Tsvetanov said.

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Tags: Alexander Tsvetkov, bus, seaside, Law on Bus service


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