Despite the disagreement among the driving leaders of the Santo Domingo Este, President Louis Abinader promised not to leave other drivers at the opening of the new Corridor de la Charles de Gaulle.
“They are going to integrate and we are not going to leave any of them without any change Or we will not leave them unemployed, ”the president said.
Abinathar pointed out Drivers will go to better work with more benefits On the new track.
“They will get a better job with many more benefits and we will take care of them every day to accomplish our mission,” he said.
On his behalf, the Executive Director of the Ministry of Transport, Hugo Feroz, explained the functionality of this pavement. “It will remove more than 10,000 obsolete and polluting vehicles from chaotic traffic.” Of the Great Santo Domingo.
The broker will hold A group of 94 buses 90 passengers and 69 stops along the way, from the Juan Carlos Bridge to Los Quaricanos.
Sixty-six drivers over the age of 65 and another 14 due to ill health will be included in the pension scheme “to guarantee the best quality of life in the state”.
This walkway will affect residents of the western and eastern Santo Domingo municipality of Greater Santo Domingo.
Opening of the new Avenue Charles de Gaulle sidewalk Has caused a rift among the leaders of the new buses And representatives of the public cars of that route.
According to popularly known carriers “Congo Cars”Combining these buses would mean the “complete dismissal” of persons who have been working as drivers in the area for more than 20 years.