Taxi and car fleets of Kazakhstan will be obliged to increase the number of cars for people with disabilities
In Kazakhstan, bus depots and taxi depots will be required to purchase vehicles adapted to transport people with disabilities. Such a norm is contained in the amendments to the draft law on improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities.
Deputy Elnur Beisenbayev during the plenary session of the chamber said that the bill is amending, according to which taxi companies must provide one taxi adapted for people with disabilities for every 10 taxis.
"Currently, in accordance with the current legislation, taxi companies must provide one taxi adapted for people with disabilities for every 30th taxi company, this rule is aimed at creating favorable conditions for people with disabilities.
In addition, changes have been made to the purchase of buses adapted to transport people with disabilities for regular routes", the Majilisman said.
Ruslan Baimishev, Vice Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan, said that the norm on the mandatory requirement of inva-auto was supported by transport workers, so bus fleets will be updated taking into account the requirements of the bill.