In the city of Aleksandrovsk, Perm Territory, a year after its closure, the bus station has reopened, where you can buy tickets to the regional capital and also wait for the bus. Premises for it were allocated in the building of the local newspaper editorial office, said the head of the district, Olga Lavrova.
“Dear fellow countrymen! I’m glad to announce good news! Starting tomorrow, a ticket office will open in the building of the “Combat Path” editorial office. For your convenience, there is a waiting room, albeit small,” Lavrova wrote on the VKontakte social network.
The bus station in Aleksandrovsk was closed about a year ago. At the end of September, the mayor’s office reported that “negotiations have been ongoing for more than six months with Prikamye Bus Stations LLC, and various options for opening a ticket office have been studied.” Then it was decided to open it on the street. Kalinina, 3 – the building also houses the magistrate’s station and the newspaper’s editorial office. There were plans to renovate the premises.
Previously, URA.RU talked about the problems of local residents due to the lack of a bus station and a ticket office. People simply could not leave the city.