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600,000 Public Vehicle Road Trips in Holidays
600,000 Public Vehicle Road Trips in Holidays

600,000 Public Vehicle Road Trips in Holidays

600,000 Public Vehicle Road Trips in Holidays

During the holidays on March 15-April 2, as many as 6,939,634 passengers took to public road transport passenger vehicles (buses, minibuses, middle-buses and for-hire intercity passenger cars) to make 604,508 trips.

This was announced by Hamid-Reza Shahraki, an official with Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization, IRNA reported.

“Bus travel accounted for 35% of the total number of trips made and 4,266,361 passengers chose to travel using this public vehicle,” he said.

“About 17% of the trips were made by minibuses and middle-buses that transported 1,546,328 passengers. For-hire intercity passenger cars accounted for 48% of all the trips to transport 1,126,945 passengers.”

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