Line 88 continues with ticket reimbursement to users

The public transport line did not meet the conditions established by the Vice Ministry of Transport, which found a difference in favor of users for G. 295,917,050 million, which will be deposited in 12 installments throughout the year to more than 63,000 cards .

The transport company La Lomita, which operates the itinerary of line 88, follows up on the process of reimbursement of passengers’ tickets, after confirming through the Control and Monitoring Center of the National Electronic Ticketing System (CCM), that several buses did not meet the conditions established by the VMT.

The VMT found that there is a difference in favor of the users of these units for a total of G. 295,917,050 million, which will be deposited in 12 installments throughout the year to a total of 63,747 cards.

To date, the company EPAS deposited the quota for the month of June, for a total value of G. 16,726,600 and the company TDP that for the month of April, for a value of G. 7,505,300.

Months ago, the CCM detected that 8 buses of this company charged the amount of the ticket corresponding to the differential service, but through the traceability of the validations it was possible to identify that the transactions carried out occurred in conventional service buses, for which it is considered a charge. improper.

It should be noted that as of today the company has already regularized its situation with these units.

For several months, the company has deposited each of the users who have made their transactions on these buses for amounts ranging between G. 1,100 and G. 264,000. To do this, the user must validate their card on a bus for the refund to be effective.

It is the first time that a company has carried out an action like this in favor of the user. This is possible through the strict controls carried out by the Control and Monitoring Center of the National Electronic Ticketing System.



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