The Bulgarian NGO Spasi Sofia (“Save Sofia”) has harshly criticised Sofia Municipality once again, for failing to have repair works done at a proper pace, and in a proper way. The organisation also blasted those responsible for commissioning construction companies for renovations in the city. In Spasi Sofia’s opinion, they are neglecting the security aspect for pedestrians.
Spasi Sofia puts Sofia municipality under pressure on a regular basis. They also played a role in accelerating the decision to add a third Metro line to the decaying and insufficient public transport system in the Bulgarian capital.
In recent days, the NGO released pictures of tram stops, curbs and streets in Sofia. To inhabitants, they do not even look shocking, since they are used to infrastructure in that kind of state. But, Spasi Sofia claims this was not just about aesthetics, but also about security. Having 33 streets repaired per year, as announced by the municipality, was far from satisfactory, the organisation says.
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