Angolan company inaugurates bus station in Luanda

12 May 2015

Angolan transport company Macon inaugurated Tuesday in Luanda a new interprovincial bus station, a project costing US$5 million, the company said in a statement.

Built from scratch, the largest and most modern interprovincial bus terminal Angola occupies an area of ​​10,000 square metres with a building area of ​​4,600 square metres and includes a boarding area, ticket office, two restaurants, three convenience stores, a newspaper stand, a bank and a police station.

The new terminal, which has the capacity to receive 7,000 passengers, will deal with at least 160 buses a day (80 departures and 80 arrivals).

In addition to the interprovincial transport service, the company currently operates intercity transport services in the provinces of Luanda, Malange and from July this year will open a service in Lunda Sul.

Founded on 25 May, 2001, Macon Transportes is a private Angolan company that holds the concession on public road passenger transport services (urban and interprovincial), with a fleet of 588 buses. (macauhub/AO)