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Late explanations? The Urban Commune of Antananarivo (Cua), through its Directorate of Transport and Urban Mobility (Dtmu) finally brought its version of the facts yesterday, following the grumbling of the population and this by the suppression or the displacement of some Bus stops. This is the case on the side of Ankorondrano where the elimination of the intermediate stop in front of a bank agency has caused the dissatisfaction of the users. The latter even continued to take the bus to the scene, despite the surveillance of the security guards in the vicinity.
For the Ankorondrano axis, from the Jesosy Mamonjy Church to Anosivavaka, this is a fast lane, that is to say that the intermediate stops must respect a certain distance. But this is not the case. Thus, the traffic jams there perennial daily, especially on the side of the roundabout, “defends Landy Raveloson, first responsible for the Dtmu. “In addition to the narrowness of the traffic, vehicles parked in the vicinity of this double lane, from Coloris to the main pharmacy, are the main causes of traffic congestion. It was necessary to take this decision and remove some intermediate stops to move them to a few meters, in more spacious places. The aim being both the fluidity of the traffic and the respect of the laws in force “, continues the Director.
Besides this case of Ankorondrano, the Municipality also adopted the change of some bus stops in other localities, such as the one in Ankadimbahoaka. “The” Fasika “stop was at the roundabout in the direction of the By-Pass, hence its movement in front of the Leader Price,” explains the Dtmu. “We will continue our efforts to identify the most used stops to improve. Behoririka, Antanimena and Ankadivato are concerned. The stops on the axis Anosy-67Ha will be affected from next week, “adds our source. In any case, it can be seen that some of the changes implemented have effectively reduced urban mobility, as in the case of the Petite vitesse and Isotry. Others only cause problems, not only because of lack of instruction from the users but also because of the bad choice of places. Municipal officials should revise their studies to remedy them.