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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 22: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior (Chairman of the Supreme Traffic Council), Lieutenant General Anwar Al-Barjas, has asked the Kuwait Municipality to shed light on requirements set by the municipality for the establishment of waiting places for public mass transit passengers, and if the regulations and laws allow the establishment of closed glass rooms or the like with special specifications for the safety of the commuters, reports Al-Qabas daily. Al-Barjas has also inquired about the jurisdiction of the municipality with regard to public mass transportation vehicles. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy called on the municipality to provide it with the regulatory plans for the Abdali and Wafra agricultural regions in order to start work on designing the street lighting network.

The model bus stop inaugurated in Hawally

The Ministry indicated that it is working to install street lighting equipment in those areas as part of the contract for the installation of street lighting equipment in all regions of the country, out of concern for the security and safety of road users. In the meantime, the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training has written to the municipality regarding the expansion of the Entrepreneurs and Small Enterprises Center in the retail market in Shuwaikh. PAAET indicated that the center needs additional spaces and future expansion, in order to create a multi-purpose hall and increase the number of workshops, due to the increase in demand, hoping to accept the request to expand the site by including external spaces.

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