A petition was launched on the City Council's website last autumn requesting that it be implemented in minibuses that do not require you to pay in cash. "Unlike all other modes of transportation," the author of the petition stated, "cash fares are necessary."
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This petition was approved by the City Council for consideration, but it was denied.
In response to the petition, Kyiv's local self-government body said that cashless taxis would only be possible if private companies joined the city system. This has not yet happened, although "negotiations are underway."
The implementation of the cashless payment system in minibuses has been postponed for the duration of martial law and another nine months after its cancellation. So the introduction of cashless payments will have to wait a long time.
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Private carriers in Kyiv had previously refused to join the e-ticket system, claiming that the capital transportation system was different from that in European countries.