It’s been only a couple of years since I blogged about Limassol joining the rest of the world with a rebirth of its public transportation system. And now Cyprus Mail reports that it’s on the edge of being dead and over. Again.
PUBLIC transport is faced with collapse, a top MP has said, as lawmakers discussed a bill to inject an additional €21 million into the system to keep the upgrade programme going.
The House Finance Committee heard that bus companies were losing between €200,000 and €300,000 a month while banks were no longer willing to provide more breathing space.
Oh, well. At least they tried.