The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua
The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua

Public anger as Beijing cuts subsidies for bus and subway tickets

Rise in prices from December 28 will see subway ticket’s starting fare of 2 yuan (about HK$2.5) rise to 3 yuan for trips within 6 km, and bus fares rise to 2 yuan within 10 km, Xinhua reports

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The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua
The Chinese government will continue to partly subsidise the cost of travelling on Beijing's subway and buses, despite next month's planned changes. Photo: Xinhua
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