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Mini-buses’ traffic will be restored on Rustaveli Avenue
10:51 04.05.2012
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From today, the mini-buses traffic on Rustaveli Avenue will be restored. Tbilisi City Hall press-service informed “Internet.ge” about it.

According to the City Hall information, the decision about restoration of mini-buses’ movement on main streets has been made based on requests of population. 

Very soon, mini-bus route lines will operate on Chavchavadze Avenue too.

According to the information of the City Hall, number of standing passengers will be controlled in the new yellow mini-buses. Also, the mini-buses will stop only on bus stops.

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