Transporte Colectivo Urbano de Luanda

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A TCUL bus in front of the Viana railway station, with also a TURA bus (private), Candongueiros, and private cars

Transporte Colectivo Urbano de Luanda, short TCUL is the public transit company of Angola's capital city, Luanda. TCUL was founded on July 12, 1988. It is a public, i.e. state owned company, depending on the Transport ministry of the central government. Besides 40 bus lines within Luanda province, it also operates over-land bus lines from Luanda to Benguela, Sumbe, N'Dalatando, Malange, Uíge, and Huambo. TCUL disposes of about 300 buses, soon to be extended to 400. The CEO is Mário Silva.[1]

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  1. ^ João Dias interviews the CEO of TCUL (26 March 2012). "Mário Silva fala da TCUL" [Mário Silva speaks about TCUL] (in Portuguese). Luanda, Angola: Jornal de Angola. Retrieved 27 March 2012. 

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