Luanda - The national director of Road Transport, Freitas Neto, said Monday in Luanda that about 5,000 public buses will be monitored throughout the country by the National Observatory for Public Transport.
Freitas Neto was speaking at the inauguration of the National Observatory of Regular Public Transport of Passengers.
He on the occasion said all inter-provincial, city and urban transports will be monitored by the observatory system.
He said that of the 5,000 buses that will be monitored, 500 already have the satellite trackers installed, in an operation that has cost the Government Usd 9.0 million.
The Transport Observatory is a service that enables the control and management of the public passengers transport system. The National Observatory, through reliable equipment (satellite tracker) installed in vehicles with global positioning record, can determine the exact number of trips made, in accordance with the programme provided.