Taxis’ numbers to represent different townships from 1 Feb

According to the Yangon Region Public Transport Committee-YRTC, taxis in Yangon Region will have numbers representing respective townships starting from 1 February.
The township identification numbers must be put up on the side of the taxi doors.
In addition, the recommendation letter from the ward administration office, the household census and the sales agreement are no longer needed as before. Instead, the name of the current owner in the car registration book, proof of the licence renewal, business licence part 1 and 2, the citizenship scrutiny card (CSC), address and contact phone number of the vehicle owner and driver, and the driving licence “D” and “E” will be needed to be stored in the computer. — TWA/CT

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