CFP stops with cash in overnight bus to Amsterdam

CFP stops with cash in overnight bus to Amsterdam

Travellers can, from Tuesday no more cash to pay for in Amsterdam a night bus to take from the CFP. This makes the transportation industry a start with the complete ban of cash in public transport. That way the CFP robberies.

As of march 26, is the in none of the approximately two hundred GVB buses more possible cash to pay for it. In consultation with other carriers in the region, the company wants to ultimately the cash payment of tickets in the public transport stop.

The reason here headway, was a series of attacks on bus drivers at the beginning of last year. The aim is that the whole public transport in the capital on January 1, 2018 entirely cash-free.

Travellers can still buy a ticket at a vending machine or at the sales points. Also get the buses an atm. The best way to travel is according to the CFP on a balance of the ov-chipkaart.

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