Bucharest has become a Manhattan of Eastern Europe when it comes to the daily flow of commuters. From Monday to Friday, starting with 5 in the morning, columns of minibuses, buses and personal cars go to the Capital to supplement the labor force, writes ZF.
If 1.6 million commuters enter Manhattan every day, there are 700,000 people in Bucharest who work and live in another county. Compared to the active population in the respective counties, Bucharest managed to attract almost half of it from Giurgiu County, for example, more than a third from Călăraşi and a quarter from Ialomiţa, Teleorman or Dâmboviţa, counties where most localities are located. about an hour – an hour and a half by personal car, within a radius of about 100 kilometers.
On the other hand, the year 2019 proved how dangerous the shuttle is – that year a truck hit a minibus carrying employees for a supermarket chain, an accident in which eight people lost their lives and seven were injured. If from Ploieşti there is a highway and a national road with two lanes in each direction, only some localities from Călăraşi or Ialomiţa benefit from the connection to highway 2, while from Dâmboviţa, Giurgiu or Teleorman in most cases there is only the possibility of a national road with one lane in each direction.
On the other hand, Bucharest has not developed the infrastructure for commuters – the bypass is a non-functional one, parking lots at the edge of the belt do not exist, and which parking lots were built are empty because they were not located where they should be, according to current needs.
Moreover, the railway transport is slow, and the public parking lots in the Capital have become more expensive. Moreover, in Bucharest the sector PUZs were canceled, and the building permits for new real estate projects have decreased considerably in the last two years, so that in the next years the only new housing alternatives will be in Ilfov, in communes with streets without asphalt and where there are blocks with septic tanks and water wells.
The employees with the highest salaries are those from Bucharest, Cluj and Timiş, and the ones who earn the worst are those from Teleorman, Caraş-Severin and Maramureş, according to the data centralized by ZF based on the information from the National Institute of Statistics.
Thus, the employees from Bucharest received, on average, 4,612 lei net for October 2021, increasing by 16% compared to the same month of 2019, those from Cluj reached an average net salary of almost 4,300 lei, increased by 22% compared to October 2021, the period before the pandemic, and those in Timiş exceeded 3,830 lei, increasing by 23% compared to October 2021.
In the top of the counties with the lowest average salaries registered at the level of October last year is Teleorman, with 2,674 lei net in October 2021, increasing by 12% compared to the same month of 2019, Caraş-Severin, with 2,687 lei net, increasing by 9%, Maramureş, 2,713 lei net, plus 8%, Suceava, by 2,716 lei net, increasing by 9% compared to October 2019 and Bistriţa-Năsăud, with an average net salary of 2,731 lei, increasing by 8% during the mentioned period.
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