By Tara Rippin • 01 July 2020 • 18:10
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THE City Council has allocated €95,000 to be used between July 2 and September 30 for people with mobility disabilities who can’t use public transport, such as buses and trains.
Those eligible will receive ‘bonotaxi’ aid of between €225 and €446 each, and requests can be made at http://sede.murcia.es or the council’s social services website http://serviciossociales.murcia.es
A council spokesperson said the aim is to ensure those with movement difficulties can attend vocational training centres, work, rehabilitation, medical check-ups or cultural and leisure activities, among other things.
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