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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 16: The CEO of the Kuwait Public Transportation Company (KPTC) Mansour Al-Saad announced the launch of the service for transporting school students in all governorates through the launch of 760 buses to serve 16,500 students, indicating that the new service comes in implementation of the company’s strategy under the theme of “K-SCHOOL”, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
In a press statement, Al-Saad explained that the buses that will be sent off today from the company’s locations in Amghara and Fahaheel will distributed as follows – 100 buses for Hawally Governorate, 155 for Farwaniya Governorate, 125 for religious education, 300 for special education, 40 buses for Al Amana schools affiliated with special education, and 40 for Sabah Al-Ahmad Center for Giftedness and Creativity (SACGC). The capacity of most of the buses is 22 passengers, and there are 40 buses with a capacity of 12. The company’s future strategy focuses on providing distinguished services of high quality, professionalism, and great experience that extends for more than 60 years, with precedence and priority in providing land transportation services.
All the capabilities of KPTC are harnessed to serve students. These operations came after the company won the tenders that were put forward, the most important terms of which are providing the best prices and services. Al-Saad praised the efforts and cooperation of the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Education to find solutions for transporting students with ease and safety.