New Buses to Come to Rabats Roads By September

Rabat – Alsa-City Bus, a joint venture between Moroccan company City Bus and Spanish company Alsa, won the tender by public transport provider Al Assima in January 2018 to manage the Rabat-Sale public bus system.The contract promises a MAD 10 billion investment into the bus transport system in the region (approximately $1.2 billion) over the next 15 years. The contract includes bringing over 300 new buses to Rabat-Sale.Read also: Female Drivers for Rabat City Buses Does not Mean Women-Only BusesAbdellatif Soudou, the vice-president of the Rabat-Sale city council, announced on his Facebook page on August 6 that the new buses would be operational “before the start of the school term,” in other words, the buses should be up and running by September 5. Soudou added that some buses may even start running “before Aid El Adha, if all goes to plan.” The new Alsa-City Bus buses will replace the current fleet run by Stareo, a company that has been in financial difficulties for a number of years. Many of Stareo’s buses have smashed paneling and windows.Stareo, Rabat’s current bus company, has been in financial difficulty for a number of years. read more

Jerome Fernandez to PAUC

One of the biggest names of European handball, two times Olympic champion and triple European and World champion – Jerome Fernandez is a new member of ambitious French team Pays d’Aix Université Cor. The 38 years-old left back wrote some of the best chapters of the history of handball powerhouses as FC Barcelona, BM Ciudad Real, HC Montpellier and THW Kiel. He is playing for FENIX Toulouse since 2011.Contract is valid until summer 2016 with possibility of extension for one more season. ← Previous Story Veselin Vujovic about handball future: We need new rules! Next Story → Euphoria in Zagreb and Skopje: Barca and Kielce will play in hell atmosphere Jerome Fernandez read more