he new members of the ZET Supervisory Board are Marko Slavulj, Marko Borski and Sanja Stojić.
Tomašević said that ZET cost the city HRK 1.1 billion annually and that the city’s contribution was HRK 790 million. He added that an additional HRK 80 million should be secured through a budget revision.
The number of passengers in public transport has been falling and the number of vehicles on roads has been growing. That is not a good trend and should be reversed and that is what we expect of the new ZET management, the mayor said.
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