Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: The Ministry of Transport revealed Friday that "Taxi Baghdad" project entered active duty after his experience for a period of two months, indicating that the project will cover all events. He said assistant general director of the General Company for Passenger and delegations Abdul Amir al-Muhammadawi to move for "tomorrow Press," that "the ministry sent its need for a serious actor with the private sector, especially after the financial distress experienced by the Iraqi state today, so it was traveling company and the delegation to develop a plan to implement a number of projects in partnership with the private sector including taxi Baghdad project. " He added that "this project is promising and the great benefit of the citizens," noting that "the project currently being implemented in collaboration with a private company providing a variety of car 505 model in 2015 and will be available to citizens."
He Muhammadawi that "the project enter in beta-running two months and was limited only for those willing to move from his home to Baghdad airport and international station railway, but now and after the expiration of the trial period is work covers all areas of Baghdad and the provinces. The project entered the actual work."
He said assistant general director of the General Company for Passenger and delegations to transfer that "the project, which will cover all events has been allocated two offices, the first in the Karkh district and the other in the Rusafa to receive bookings wishing to travel between Baghdad and the provinces."
And between Muhammadawi that "the prices of transportation on board these vehicles will be supported by the ministry, including competitive and works to ease movement for the burden on citizens," adding that "the vehicles will be of international origins and equipped Iraqi airspace, a different sizes and types."
The government transport sector in Iraq of sector railway and road transport subjected to significant damage during the past two decades, because of the sanctions imposed on the country in 1990 and being heavily damaged in air attacks during Desert Storm in 1991 and the war to topple Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003 and the subsequent looting and plundering great for this sector, which has led to a stopover for quite some time.
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