Carrier that increases the passage without authorization from the ATTT could lose the operation certificate


Through a statement, the entity said that they have received multiple complaints in specific sectors of the country, for which they reiterated that no unifications or increases in the cost of the passage of any sector or transport route have been approved at present and that any increase rates, are illegal and carry a penalty.

Carrier that increases the passage without authorization from the ATTT could lose the operation certificate

ATTT received several complaints of irregular collection of the ticket. Photo: Illustrative

A warning to carriers was reissued by the Land Transit and Transportation Authority (ATTT) by reminding them that as the governing body of transport in the country they have not approved any rate increase in any sector of the country, so any carrier that is caught charging too much fare could lose your operating certificate.

Through a statement, the entity said that they have received multiple complaints in specific sectors of the country, for which they reiterated that no unifications or increases in the cost of the passage of any sector or transport route have been approved at present and that any increase rates, are illegal and carry a penalty.

In the document, the ATTT cited what is stated in numeral 5 of article 36 of Law 14 of May 26, 1993, modified by article 9 of Law 42 of October 22, 2007, which establishes one of the grounds for cancellation of the Certificate of Operation by the Land Transit and Transportation Authority, which is the Collection of rates other than those established by the Land Transit and Transportation Authority or without the express authorization issued by it.

“That Decree 542 of October 8, 2003, regulates the setting of public transport rates, which indicates in its article 2 that it is the authority that will establish and regulate the rates of public passenger transport in its different modalities, through resolutions Therefore, to make modifications or adjustments to the rates, the concessionaires must submit the request to the Land Transit and Transportation Authority, to submit a technical analysis for the consideration of the Board of Directors and in any case issue the corresponding Administrative Act, as as established in article 7 of Decree 542 of October 8, 2003”.



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