Tariff adjustment was approved by the municipality of Campo Grande this Thursday; check the values
One of the transport alternatives in the Capital should be even more expensive for passengers, who have already suffered from increases in fuel prices and the forecast of new growth in bus fares. This Thursday (23), the municipality approved a 20% tariff adjustment for the taxi service, as published in the Official Gazette.
The ordinance was signed by the CEO of Agereg (Municipal Agency for the Regulation of Public Services), Odilon de Oliveira Júnior.
Thus, by default, taxi companies have to charge BRL 3.36 per kilometer driven on flag I and BRL 3.84 per kilometer on flag II.
The technical fee for the stop time is R$ 26.88, equivalent to eight times the value of flag I, as indicated by the ANTP (National Association of Public Transport).
However, the standard fare I of the common taxi, of R$ 4.50, and the allowance II, of R$ 8.56, remain unchanged. Taxi fares at airports also remain, in addition to R$ 0.40 for transported volumes larger than 70 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm.