Public bus services are to be routed through Panyu and Huadu districts in Guangzhou to compensate for the restrictions on motorcycles.
It was planned to introduce bus services in the districts in June 2000 when they were first incorporated in Guangzhou. However, authorities instituted a three-year transition period for transport adjustment.
The new regulation would shorten the transition period after the Guangzhou Municipal Public Security Bureau has stopped the registration of motorcycles in Panyu and Huadu, the Guangzhou Daily reported Thursday (Dec. 11th).
The bus network is expected to follow the public transport standard of Guangzhou where the interval between buses is five minutes and air conditioning is a must. So far, Huadu District has 16 bus routes and more than 100 taxis while Panyu District has 11 bus routes with more than 180 buses operating and about 400 taxies.
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