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El Canarete's problems are exacerbated by the long waits and delays in public transportation.

It's the perfect storm.

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El Canarete's problems are exacerbated by the long waits and delays in public transportation.

It's the perfect storm. Many drivers are now using public transport to cut costs. This is just as they are dealing with the immense stress of El Canarete's closure, which has caused them to take detours, travel longer distances, delay and confusion. Added to that, Imserso's older tourists are now frequent users of public transportation. These circumstances have completely overburdened the Roquetas-de Mar metropolitan transport system and its communications to the capital. This has sparked a great deal of indignation among users.

There have been complaints about delays and buses not stopping at stops. This is especially true in Aguadulce, the capital. It's a great adventure to take a bus from Parque Nicolas Salmeron or Pescaderia to Aguadulce, Roquetas or Pescaderia to Aguadulce, or Roquetas. There are also complaints about the lack of information. Users complain that bus schedules are not being updated to meet changing circumstances. They are also lacking common tools such as real-time information regarding waiting times. Using the bus means that you have to go to the stop regardless of the hours, and that you will be able to ride a bus indefinitely even though it may take hours.

Mercedes Capobianco (University of Almeria Economics Professor) explained to IDEAL that she must get to her bus stop by eight in the morning to ensure she arrives in time to teach classes at eleven o'clock. pm. She lamented that she couldn't describe the current transport chaos and explained the need for immediate planning.

Capobianco claims that he can leave at 11:15 in the morning and arrive at his destination in an hour. However, due to El Canarete's cut-off, he had to move the departure to 8. The hour stop is not possible. There are days when you won't be able to get on the first bus that passes in the morning. We didn't find a solution. He says he spent the morning at a bus station. While he decries, he remembers that he teaches Circular Economy, Sustainability and explains to students how to make their lives more sustainable. The Mint said, "I feel ashamed of having to tell my students about the adventures I have in being able to use public transport and not pollute. All that theory is great but in practice it doesn't work here in Almeria, we go against all that society is moving towards."

The Platform for El Canarete and Mobility Between Poniente and Almeria Capital has requested a meeting to discuss the issues that are affecting the public transport system. Some of these problems have been going on for a while and have been made worse by the closures of coastal roads. The platform believes that a better functioning public transport system would increase continuous retentions. They have therefore requested several urgent measures. They also request the modernization and use of GPS tracking, as well as the mobile app, to allow real-time information about waiting times. They also request information about routes, routes, and schedules to be made more accessible and easier to use.

The problem is not only at El Canarete, the teacher points out that in the time of Imserso, the service easily overflows, even without any measures being taken. According to her, up to 50 older tourists gather at stops and fill the buses. The next bus arrives 45 minutes later. They then have to wait for the third bus.

Cristian Aguilera has been using public transport between Almeria and Aguadulce for seven years. He takes the bus to the last stop in Aguadulce. If they are full, there may be problems for a few more hours. However, the service has become much worse. Due to El Canarete's cut, he was forced to stop at Aguadulce Center. He has now seen three buses pass him without stopping.

He stated that he doesn't look at timetables anymore because they don't reflect current circumstances like other travelers. He said, "People socialize at the outrage stop, they are very mad and those who come up for the first-time are shocked at the service we provide."

Aguilera then returns to the Intermodal Station. There are rarely any problems there, but recently, the bus did not arrive on the platform on departure time. Even worse is the situation at the Nicolas Salmeron or Pescaderia stops. Many buses don't stop because they are full, or can only hold a few people.

This is not just a problem for travelers; drivers can also be affected by stress. This young man said that drivers have been stressed since they've never had a good experience. But now, it is worse.

David Chinarro is one of those who has recently switched to public transport due to the rising cost of gasoline. He says that he used to drive to Almeria in a car until now because he felt it wasn't worth it. "The buses have a very specific schedule and the car allows me more freedom. The difference in fuel prices has made it much more expensive. Instead of paying 3.5 euros per day to travel to Almeria and back, he now pays over 5 euros for his diesel car. You pay 3 euros for a bus ride, but you will pay more on the road.

The young man claims that the service has become worse since "on other occasions, it didn't seem that it worked so badly to me, but now it's very overwhelming, there's very long queues, and they can't handle, I've even seen once, not sure if it's by mistake or because of the driver's inaccuracy, that passengers are standing along the highway.

The rocker claims he doesn’t know why buses travel directly along the highway from Roquetas to where he takes them and others go all through Aguadulce. He lamented that Aguadulce is a waste of time. He also lamented about the increasing difficulty in charging the card. "Less and less tobacconists do it, because it doesn't pay them, and now Alsa even closes the station ticket office," he said.

Oyonarte believes that what should be a priority is to attract passengers to public transport during times of traffic chaos. However, this is not the case. It's causing the opposite effect and scaring away people who would like to take the bus. He said that he knows of people who tried to get on the bus but gave up after being left behind and were late for work.

The Transport Consortium has not provided any details about what is happening or how much demand has increased. However, sources within this body, which is dependent on the Ministry of Development, did indicate that there is work being done to adapt services to the El Canarete problem.

They stated that up to five reinforcements were currently incorporated into the M-330 and M-301 lines (three of them), in the time period between 6:30 and 9:15 AM. They indicated that reinforcements are available between 12:45 and 03:15 p.m. on the return journey from Almeria to Aguadulce. However, they didn't specify how many.

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