The Cuban Ministers of Transport, Eduardo Rodriguez, and Tourism, Juan Carlos Garcia, appeared this Friday on the Mesa Redonda (Round Table) to report on the actions of their agencies in the "new normal" and within the economic and social strategy that the country is developing to face the current crisis.
In the first segment of the prime-time radio and television program, the head of Transportation explained that transport services are divided into those that have to do with national mobility and those related to international mobility.
Referring to national mobility, he reported that this Thursday the sale of tickets for trains and busses began. In the case of aviation, the reestablishment will be gradual, in accordance with the availability of aircraft.
We are talking about marketing, reservations, which are being done with a period of up to 15 days after the start of the trips," said Rodriguez Davila. That is, after the trips are restarted, you can book or buy tickets within 15 days after that date.
The Minister of Transport said that the National Bus Terminal will reopen its doors. "There, a very strong investment process is being developed, which was postponed while waiting for all the resources to be available. Since COVID-19 began, we decided to start it and we did it in parts. Unfortunately, now we are going to open and there will be some work objects that will not be ready".