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Yellow buses will not be canceled
14:30 04.05.2012
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According to the information of Tbilisi City Hall, yellow buses that move in Tbilisi will not be canceled.  

As press-service of the City Hall said to “Internet.ge”, movement of minibuses on Rustaveli Avenue caused some questions in the society.

“The minibuses will not hinder the movement on Rustaveli and Chavchavadze Avenue. Bus drivers panic regarding cancelation of their transport is groundless,” – the City Hall declares.

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