No fare increase; Budget Taxis.

February 14, 2012 at 3:40 pm | Lanka C News.

No fare increase;   Budget Taxis.
Mr Lalith Dharmasekara, the President of Three Wheeler Drivers Trade Union says that, no fare increase will be implemented in this occasion, where the fuel prices have gone up.
During the discussions held with the government 27 companies, attached to the Budget Taxi service who run the meter fixed three wheelers have decided to accept the subsidy granted by the government and not to increase their rates, he says.
Mr Dharmasekara also mentions that, the former rates of Rs 50/- per 1st Kilometer  and Rs 30/- from the second Kilometer, will not be changed for the meter fixed three wheelers manipulated by the above companies.
 

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