The price for the start of the UberX service ride in Osijek is 6 kuna, and the minimum ride amount is 13 kuna. The fee per kilometer of driving is HRK 3,60, while the price per minute of driving is HRK 0,60. Namely, Zagreb has become the first city in Europe where users of the application will be able to try a completely new dimension of Bolt driving or Bolt Rickshaw. More attached. Bolt’s services include transportation on request, with cars and motorcycles, as well as the service of sharing electric scooters, and the launch of food delivery services is planned. This Estonian company, formerly Taxify, after only five years of operation, has more than 30 million customers in more than 35 countries and has become a leading company for providing on-demand transport services. “Our goal is that as many people in Croatia as possible have a choice of a more favorable way to move around their city, and we are proud to finally be in the east of our country – the Croatian city with the most greenery. Our green visual identity will fit in perfectly, and our company-level care for the environment will contribute to the environment because every ride through our CO2 platform is neutral”, Said Daniel Tutić, director of Bolt in Croatia. Users will only pay as much as they actually drove, and will be able to see the estimated price of the shuttle service for the selected route immediately in the app when ordering a ride. In Osijek, the fee for starting the ride is 4 kuna, the driving time is 50 lipa per minute, and the price of the ride per kilometer is 4 kuna. After Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Dubrovnik and Istria, Uber expanded its services to Osijek in early December. With the expansion of accessibility to Osijek, Bolt became available in all major cities in Croatia. Also, just a few days ago, Bolt chose Croatia as the premiere site of the new Bolt service. Bolt, the leading European platform for providing on-demand transport services with over 30 million users worldwide, is available to all citizens and tourists in Osijek as of this week. Uber has been present in Osijek since December “Slavonia is a region with a large number of potential users, and we are sure that our arrival will further reduce the use of private cars, as was the case in other cities in Croatia. ” said Davor Tremac, Uber’s general manager for Southeast Europe. As of December, two leading taxi companies are available in Osijek – Uber and Bolt. Cover photo: croatiatipscom, Pixabay.com / / / EXCELLENT COOPERATION AND SYNERGY: NEW BOLT SERVICE LAUNCHED IN ZAGREB: ROLL BOLT
Greensburg, In. — Decatur County Sheriff’s Department sergeant David Durant has entered the race for the top job on the Democratic ticket.Durant graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1980, then Vincennes University before taking a job with the Cumberland Police Department. In 1988 he began a 27-year career with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department that included serving as a SWAT & K-9 commander, participated in special investigations and held top-secret security clearance through the Federal Bureau of Investigation Safe Streets program. He became the Decatur County Community Schools resource officer in 2015, joined the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department in 2016, earned Officer of the Year in 2017 and was also promoted to the rank of sergeant.Durant says he wants to create an unfavorable environment for criminals and make Decatur County a safer place. He believes drugs are no longer a “big city” problem and all approaches must be embraced to tackle the current epidemic. He also advocates the use of faith-based initiatives in the jail to support recovery efforts.Durant is the only Democrat in the field and will face one of five Republicans in the November 2018 general election.The Republican candidates are Indiana State Police master trooper Jim Ponsler, Decatur County Sheriff’s special deputies H. Wayne Shake and Rick Underhill, former Decatur County Sheriff’s Department deputy Steve Snyder and former Greensburg police chief of police and Decatur County prosecutor’s special investigator Bill Meyerrose.
The Foxes pulled off a surprise transfer coup this week in attracting former Argentina international Cambiasso to the King Power Stadium. Manager Nigel Pearson is confident the big-name signing will not upset the team harmony he has worked hard to nurture during his time at the club. “Certainly if somebody comes with the wealth of experience he has, I will probably – if I’ve an open enough mind – continue to learn from people like him. “I don’t see that as being anything other than positive. Managers learn as much from players, as players do from managers and coaches. “I’ve always had that sort of view, and hopefully I’ll continue to learn from my players as well.” Aside from the prospect of Cambiasso making his debut, Pearson has midfielders Marc Albrighton and Danny Drinkwater and striker Jamie Vardy available again following injuries, but midfielder Matty James (shin) and defender Matthew Upson (foot) are definitely out. Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey returns from suspension. Midfielder Mikel Arteta continues to be sidelined with an ankle problem and s triker Olivier Giroud (tibia), full-back Kieran Gibbs (hamstring) and winger Theo Walcott (knee) are also in the treatment room. Boss Arsene Wenger recalls his visit to the Foxes in 1997 early in his Gunners reign when Dennis Bergkamp scored a hat-trick in a remarkable 3-3 draw. “I remember the first sensational goal with Dennis Bergkamp. Many times I have said that that goal is one of the greatest goals I’ve seen in my career,” Wenger said. “It was also my first experience with Ian Wright – he didn’t understand why I took him off. “I wanted to spare him some minutes at the end of the game, but Wright was always keen to play.” Cambiasso has made clear, even at the age of 34 and after winning numerous trophies during his previous 10 years with Inter Milan prior to his release this summer, he is eager to make history with City. But, as has been witnessed at numerous clubs in the past, such a stellar acquisition can often have an unsettling effect on those around them. Pearson, however, has no doubt about the type of player and character Cambiasso is, especially after seeing how well he was received by his new team-mates on Friday. “He’s been welcomed into the group, as you would expect him to be,” Pearson said of the 52-times capped international. “The players have been quite excited about the prospect of having somebody of that stature in the game being alongside them. “But Esteban will view himself as one of the players, one of the squad, which is a very positive thing.” Pearson also believes Cambiasso will be able to teach him a trick or two given the player’s “world-wide experience”. “I, like anybody, have a capacity to keep learning,” Pearson added. Esteban Cambiasso could make his Leicester debut against Arsenal if he receives international clearance in time. Press Association