New tariffs for passenger transportation have been introduced in Transcarpathia

RSA Press service  8 May 2015 15:15  5898295 099302
New tariffs for passenger transportation have been introduced in Transcarpathia

On May 5, the head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration issued a new order to bring fares in buses on suburban and intercity routes in line with the costs incurred for the maintenance of vehicles. 

Thus, the document sets rates for such carriage:

- Passenger transportation by buses operating in normal traffic, on suburban and intercity routes in the amount of 0,375 UAH per one (1) passenger-kilometer without value added tax for businesses that are subject to value added tax;

- Passenger transportation by buses operating in normal traffic, on suburban and intercity routes in the amount of 0,45 UAH per one (1) passenger-kilometer without value added tax for businesses that are not subject to value added tax;

- Luggage transportation by buses operating in normal traffic, on suburban and intercity routes in the amount of 10 per cent of the fare.

"Take note that the rates are set excluding station fee for mandatory services provided by bus stations to passengers, fees for ticket booking, insurance premium for insurance of passengers against traffic accidents," the order of the head of the region states.

Therefore, the previous order of the head of the RSA dd. 18.02.15 "On tariffs for transportation of passengers and luggage by buss on suburban and intercity routes" has become invalid.

This order was registered in the main territorial administration of justice in Transcarpathian region and published in the newspaper "Novyny Zakarpattya" od May 8, thus was enacted.  

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