|Belgrade to buy 190 new buses next year|
|24th December 2017|
|BELGRADE - The estimated revenue for the city of Belgrade for 2018 is about 102.7 billion dinars. That is about 0.87 percent more than this year's budget. Next year, the city's cash deficit will be legal, said Nikola Nikodijevic, President of the City Assembly.|
- Nearly 25 billion dinars have been insured for the improvement of public transport, - Nikodijevic said.
The next year follows the acquisition of new buses and trams. Funds are foreseen for 100 solo, 40 articulated and 50 electroautobuses.
Almost 19 billion dinars were allocated for child and social protection.
- We continue subsidies for all children, regardless of whether they go to a state or private kindergarten - said Nikodijevic.
He also stated that 4.5 billion dinars will be invested in maintenance and construction of new road infrastructure. Also, besides 10 billion dinars of regular annual allocation for municipalities, another 1.5 billion of capital funds are additionally provided for municipalities.
- This money is foreseen for municipal projects related to the construction of infrastructure, or local roads - concluded Nikodijevic.
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