Buses from Florești to the center of Cluj and dedicated lanes
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"We are working on a medium-term proposal. Those who come from Florești by metropolitan transport do not make the transhipment to Bucium anymore, but come to the city center. This is the goal, to see how we can achieve it. There are many problems on such It means an extra 80 buses in the morning in the city and the problem is - where are they coming from - so as not to create major traffic jams, "said the mayor Emil Boc, in a radio program.
"I asked the Moors to come up with integrated solutions, not just punctual ones, not to solve a sector of 800 meters. Do not solve the problem of encouraging public transport and discouraging the use of the car with only a section of 800 meters. The ambition, not the ambition, the vision I proposed is that from the entrance to Cluj-Napoca, from Florești, even to Mărăști, we have dedicated lines. We are told that it cannot be permanently on a certain section. Then we asked for time intervals in which we could have dedicated lines in the morning and in the afternoon to evening to encourage public transport and to extend these dedicated lines in other areas, "said Mayor Emil Boc, on Tuesday morning, at a radio station.