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    Posted November 29, 2013 by
    Yangon, Myanmar
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    Public Transportation In Myanmar

    Transportation in Myanmar is like living in the 20th century.The buses are controlled by government association.The business model is not for public is for bus owners.Most of the buses are run with compressed natural gas.The buses are second hand Japan buses and China made fiber glass low safety standard buses.The seats are modified for more passengers so their income will increase.There is no air condition buses and regular standard size seat buses.There is not enough buses for the population of the country.At the evening and morning office time rush hours the buses are fill with poeple ,each buses carry nearly 100 people with and without seats.The traffic problem is also one thing.The railway is not a solution for people because it is also century old.It will take time to make railway to be modernized.The traffic lights are not synchronize each other so the vehicle police are doing manually with walky talky to synchronize.The government made a lot of profit from the public transportation but nobody know where the money go.The public transportation is mean for the public not for the government.

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