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In Omsk, fares were increased on 13 other routes

Photo: Y. Ivanko/ Omsk

The fare for public transport passengers in Omsk has increased again. The changes affected 13 routes with unregulated fares at once.

At 35 rubles on the “Omka” transport card and a bank card, the fare for buses No. 399 has increased. Up to 33 rubles – on minibuses No. 83n, 99, 100, 120, 222, 346, 354, 399, 409, 424, 514, 911, 922. At the same time, privileged categories of citizens using the card Omka will be able to travel for 25 rubles, in cash the fare will cost 30 rubles.

In a conversation with NGS55.RU, carrier Yuri Lutkov said that the price increase was due to the fact that companies do not receive compensation from the budget.

Since the beginning of the year, two waves of tariff increases have already taken place in Omsk, on February 1 and 20. Previous prices have been retained only on lines No. 303 and No. 6n.

Earlier it was reported that despite complaints from local residents, four public transport routes were planned to be cut. And also to postpone until next year the introduction of a regulated tariff.

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