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CityLines

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CityLines, is a bus company based in Sofia, Bulgaria. It offers departures in 7 countries, such as Bulgaria, Germany, and Greece. It is one of the many bus companies in Bulgaria, as it offers more than 106 daily departures, mostly from cities like Sofia, Istanbul, and Plovdiv. CityLines operates regular bus lines. Intercity buses are also offered by CityLines.

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CityLines offers comfortable rides between a lot of well known destinations in Bulgaria. You can find their most popular departures below:

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About CityLines

CityLines bus is a public transport bus company in Bulgaria that connects the various cities within the country. The bus company provides clean and comfortable transportation for all at a cheaper rate. Their services are regular and on time. With the availability of CityLines online tickets, travelling by a CityLines bus is a cakewalk. You can book CityLines online bus tickets on the redBus website.

Amenities Offered by CityLines

  • Air Conditioning
  • Standard seats

You can view all the amenities offered by CityLines on the redBus website while booking the bus tickets.

Popular Routes Covered by CityLines Buses




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CityLines buses cover the main cities to the capital city. The popular routes are -

  • Sofia to Plovdiv
  • Sofia to Burgas
  • Sofia to Vienna
  • Sofia to Belgrade

Popular Cities Covered by CityLines

CityLines buses cover the main four cities in Bulgaria from the capital city.

  • Sofia
  • Plovdiv
  • Burgas
  • Vienna
  • Belgrade

Booking CityLines Bus Tickets Online on redBus

It is easy to book the CityLines bus ticket online on the redBus the online portal.

  • Search for the buses on your desired route and date.
  • You will see a list of available buses. Select a CityLines bus from the list. You can also see only CityLines bus from the list of buses using the operator filter.
  • After choosing a bus, select your seats, boarding and drop-off points.
  • Enter passenger details and proceed to pay.
  • Pay for the bus ticket using one of the online payment methods.
  • Once you make the payment, you will receive the e-ticket/m-ticket by SMS/email.

Address and Contact No. of CityLines

Contact No. 

070070087, 0885700870

Email ID: [email protected]

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How to book Citylines bus tickets with redBus?

redBus allows you to check the Citylines bus schedule, bus fare, boarding, and dropping points, and all the amenities offered by Citylines at one place. Several buses offered by Citylines connect various cities, towns, popular, and lesser-known destinations. Constantly striving to maintain its quality and comfort that it’s known for, Citylines is trusted by a large number of travelers from different corners of the world. All you need to do is to select a source and destination, filter the result by Citylines, and redBus will provide you with an extensive list of buses operated by Citylines on your selected route.

Services by Citylines

Citylines offers its services in various cities in the world. Many of the major cities as well as tourist destinations around the globe are covered by Citylines buses. With excellent timings, cordial staff, and modern amenities, Citylines continuously strives to make its services commendable. By booking Citylines buses, passengers are sure to have a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable journey.

Types of Buses Offered by Citylines

Citylines has a great frequency of buses that ply between different cities regularly. One can choose to travel by different types of buses offered by Citylines based on the facilities available onboard and budget. The various types of buses offered by Citylines include:

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Citylines Online Bus Ticket Booking on redBus

Booking a Citylines bus on redBus is really quick and easy. With a safe and secure ticket booking and payment system, the redBus platform is trusted by millions of travelers. Passengers can also avail several discounts and deals on various occasions while booking Citylines buses with redBus.

FAQs

Q: Are pets allowed inside the CityLines bus?

A: No, pets are not allowed inside the CityLines buses.

Q: Does the CityLines operate international buses?

A: No, CityLines operate locally only.

Q: Is there any extra fee for extra luggage on Citylines buses?

A: The storage price for luggage is included in the Citylines bus ticket purchased on redBus. However, the cost of extra luggage depends on the route you plan to travel on. The drivers may charge a little amount if you have a significant amount of luggage.

Q: What are the required documents that are needed to enable boarding to the CityLines bus?

A: All passengers must carry ID proof and a copy of the confirmed ticket to board the bus. The ID should be issued by the government. IDs from colleges or workplaces would not be accepted. Make sure that you carry the actual ID card and not its copy for verification. Due to the pandemic situation, there would be slight delays because of the temperature screening. One can show either the physical copy of the ticket or its soft copy available in the email or mobile number.

Q: Do I need to take a print of my CityLines bus ticket for boarding?

A: NO, a printed copy of the ticket is not mandatory. You can bring it only if you want to. The e-ticket or the M-ticket that you receive through email or mobile will be sufficient proof of the ticket. You can show the same on your mobile devices. The bus agent will then scan the QR code present on the ticket. You can simply verify yourself using the ID proof. Redbus always sends you both these copies when you book the tickets. You can simply download the same and show them at the time of boarding.

Q: Will there be WiFi on CityLines buses?

A: The availability of WiFi on CityLines buses depends on the type of bus that arrives for your ride. This facility is not available on all buses. Only a few buses and some routes have this feature. Moreover, the signal may not be consistent especially for the routes that go through rural areas. The buses will have power sockets on all vehicles so you will be able to recharge your mobile devices and thereby access the net through that. Relying on the WiFi on the bus may not be a wise idea.

Q: Can I cancel my CityLines bus ticket?

A: You can cancel the tickets through redBus. There will be cancellation charges applicable depending upon when you choose to do so. Any cancellation process that happens at least 72 hrs before the departure time, the cancellation charge is 20% of the bus fare. The remaining amount will be refunded. Cancellations between 72-24 hrs before the departure will have a penalty of 60%. Beyond this point, there is no refund and the cancellation charges are 100%. The refund will be processed and will happen within a few days from the day the request is placed.

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National City Lines

Bus transportation company that grew rapidly in the interwar period

National City Lines, Inc. (NCL) was a public transportation company[dubious – discuss]. The company grew out of the Fitzgerald brothers' bus operations, founded in Minnesota, United States in 1920 as a modest local transport company operating two buses. Part of the Fitzgerald's operations were reorganized into a holding company in 1936, and later expanded about 1938 with equity funding from General Motors, Firestone Tire, Standard Oil of California and Phillips Petroleum for the express purpose of acquiring local transit systems throughout the United States in what became known as the General Motors streetcar conspiracy.[2] The company formed a subsidiary, Pacific City Lines in 1937 to purchase streetcar systems in the western United States. National City Lines, and Pacific City Lines were indicted in 1947 on charges of conspiring to acquire control of a number of transit companies, and of forming a transportation monopoly for the purpose of "conspiring to monopolize sales of buses and supplies to companies owned by National City Lines." They were acquitted on the first charge and convicted on the second in 1949.

History[edit]

The company has roots back to 1920, when E. Roy Fitzgerald and his brother began operating two buses in Minnesota,[n 1][3] transporting miners and schoolchildren.[4] In 1936 the company was organized into a holding company.[n 2] In 1938, National City Lines wished to purchase transportation systems in cities "where street cars were no longer practicable" and replace them with passenger buses. To fund this expansion the company obtained equity funding from companies seeking to increase sales of commercial buses and supplies, including General Motors, Firestone Tire, Standard Oil of California and Phillips Petroleum.[n 3]

In 1936, they bought 13 transit companies in Illinois, Oklahoma and Michigan, then in 1937, they replaced streetcars in Butte, Montana and made purchases in Mississippi and Texas. Sometimes these systems were already run down, but not always. Major investment had recently been made with improvements to the streetcars systems in Beaumont, Texas.[3] The Butte system, while sound, deliberately replaced to lower the load on the overtaxed electric system, which was primarily used for commercial uses, including electrolytic refining of copper and zinc.[citation needed]

In 1938 the company entered into exclusive dealing arrangements and obtained equity funding from companies seeking to increase sales of commercial buses and supplies, including General Motors, Firestone Tire, Standard Oil of California and Phillips Petroleum. The company was indicted in 1947 and was later convicted in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois of conspiring to monopolize the sale of buses and related products to the local transit companies that they controlled.

Over 1938 and 1939 the company made purchases in Alabama, Indiana and Ohio.[3] and by 1939, it owned or controlled 29 local transportation companies in 27 different cities in 10 states.[n 1]

American City Lines, which had been organized to acquire local transportation systems in the larger metropolitan areas in various parts of the country in 1943 merged with NCL in 1946.[n 2] By 1947 the company owned or controlled 46 systems in 45 cities in 16 states.[n 4]

In 1947 National City Lines, with others was indicted in the Federal District Court of Southern California on two counts: 'conspiring to acquire control of a number of transit companies, forming a transportation monopolize' and 'Conspiring to monopolize sales of buses and supplies to companies owned by National City Lines' in what became known as the Great American streetcar scandal (or 'General Motors streetcar conspiracy', 'National City Lines conspiracy').[5][n 5]

In 1948, the United States Supreme Court (in United States v. National City Lines Inc.) permitted a change in venue to the Federal District Court in Northern Illinois.[6] National City Lines merged with Pacific City Lines the same year.[7]

In 1949, General Motors, Standard Oil of California, Firestone and others were convicted of conspiring to monopolize the sale of buses and related products to local transit companies controlled by NCL and other companies; they were acquitted of conspiring to monopolize the ownership of these companies. The verdicts were upheld on appeal in 1951.[n 6] The corporations involved were fined $5000, their executives $1 apiece.[8]

Operating areas and companies[edit]

There is considerable uncertainty and variability amongst sources as to where National City Lines operated.[dubious – discuss]

The 1948 ruling stated that:

"Forty-four cities in sixteen states are included. The states are as widely scattered as California, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Texas and Washington. The larger local transportation systems include those of Baltimore, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles and Oakland. The largest concentrations of smaller systems are in Illinois, with eleven cities; California with nine (excluding Los Angeles); and Michigan with four. The local operating companies were not named as parties defendant."

This table attempts to bring together the many sources detailing the cities in which, at one time or another, National City Lines owned or controlled transit companies. A star (*) indicates that NCL is understood to have had significant control but not ownership:

  • Alabama: Mobile,[9] Montgomery[9]
  • California: Burbank,[9] Eureka,[9]Fresno,[9] Glendale,[9]Los Angeles*,[10]Oakland*,[11] Sacramento,[9] Inglewood,[9] Long Beach,[9] San Jose,[9] Pasadena,[9] Stockton[9]
  • Florida: Tampa,[9] Jacksonville*[9]
  • Illinois: Aurora/Elgin,[9] Bloomington,[9] Champaign,[9] Danville,[9] East St. Louis,[9] Decatur,[9] Galesburg,[9] Joliet,[9] Kewanee,[9] LaSalle/Peru,[9] Peoria,[9] Quincy,[9] Rock Island[9]
  • Indiana: South Bend,[9] Terre Haute[9]
  • Iowa: Burlington,[9]Davenport,[9]Cedar Rapids,[9] Ottumwa,[9] Sioux City[9]
  • Maryland: Baltimore*[12]
  • Michigan: Jackson,[9] Lansing,[9] Kalamazoo,[9] Saginaw,[9] Pontiac[9]
  • Mississippi: Jackson[9]
  • Missouri: St. Louis*[12]
  • Montana: Butte,[9] Great Falls[9]
  • Nebraska: Lincoln[9]
  • Ohio: Canton,[9] Portsmouth[9]
  • Oklahoma: Tulsa[10]
  • Pennsylvania: Philadelphia*[13]
  • Texas: Beaumont,[9] El Paso,[9]Houston,[9] Port Arthur,[9] Wichita Falls[9]
  • Utah: Salt Lake City[10][14]
  • Washington: Bellingham,[9] Everett,[9] Spokane[9]
  • Wisconsin: Oshkosh[9]

Additional information: In Los Angeles the Los Angeles Railway (Yellow Cars) was controlled by NCL but not Pacific Electric Railway (Red Cars)

Montgomery City Lines and the Montgomery bus boycott[edit]

Montgomery City Lines bus Number 2857, on which Parks was riding before her arrest. The bus is shown as restored and exhibited at the Henry Ford Museum.

Montgomery City Lines was the National City Lines subsidiary that operated the municipal transit system for Montgomery, Alabama.[15]

On 1 December 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to move to the back of a Montgomery City Lines bus. This led to the Montgomery bus boycott. Montgomery City Lines was placed in the middle of a dispute between Montgomery's black citizenry and Montgomery city laws. In a letter published in the Montgomery Advertiser on December 3, 1955, Montgomery's Transportation Superintendent J. H. Bagley wrote:[15]

The Montgomery City Lines is sorry if anyone expects us to be exempt from any state or city law ... [w]e are sorry that the colored people blame us for any state or city ordinance which we didn't have passed."

After Martin Luther King Jr. and the Montgomery Improvement Association wired a letter to National City Lines on 8 December 1955, the company's vice president, Kenneth E. Totten, traveled to Montgomery the following week.[1]

The boycott lasted for just over a year, and cost the company $750,000 (equivalent to $7.1 million in 2020).[15] The boycott ended only after the United States Supreme Court affirmed Browder v. Gayle, a ruling that black bus passengers had a right to sit in any publicly available seat.

Later history[edit]

National City Lines acquired the trucking company Los Angeles-Seattle Motor Express (LASME) in 1959. In 1968, LASME merged with DC International and T.I.M.E. to form T.I.M.E.-DC.[16] National City Lines sold its transportation management division in 1978.[17]

National City Lines was later acquired by Harold C. Simmons early in 1981.[18] T.I.M.E.-DC ceased operations in 1988.[19]The company continued as a fully controlled subsidiary of Simmon' Contran operation until December 31, 2007, when it was dissolved.[citation needed]

Notes[edit]

See reference section below for source documents relating to these notes and for further references
  1. ^ abUnited States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 6 "It is undisputed that on April 1, 1939, defendant National City Lines, Inc., had grown from a humble beginning in 1920, consisting of the ownership and operation of two second-hand buses in Minnesota, to ownership or control of 29 local operating transportation companies located in 27 different cities in 10 states."
  2. ^ abUnited States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 8 "National City Lines, organized in 1936, as a holding company to acquire and operate local transit companies, had brought, up to the time when the contracts were executed, its necessary equipment and fuel products from different suppliers, with no long-term contract with any of them. Pacific City Lines was organized for the purpose of acquiring local transit companies on the Pacific Coast and commenced doing business in January 1938. American was organized to acquire local transportation systems in the larger metropolitan areas in various parts of the country in 1943. It merged with National in 1946."
  3. ^United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 9 "In 1938, National conceived the idea of purchasing transportation systems in cities where street cars were no longer practicable and supplanting the latter with passenger buses. Its capital was limited and its earlier experience in public financing convinced it that it could not successfully finance the purchase of an increasing number of operating companies in various parts of the United States by such means. Accordingly it devised the plan of procuring funds from manufacturing companies whose products its operating companies were using constantly in their business. National approached General Motors, which manufactures buses and delivers them to the various sections of the United States. It approached Firestone, whose business of manufacturing and supplying tires extends likewise throughout the nation. In the middle west, where a large part of its operating subsidiaries were to be located, it solicited investment of funds from Phillips, which operates throughout that section but not on the east or west coast. Pacific undertook the procurement of funds from General Motors and Firestone and also from Standard Oil of California, which operates on the Pacific coast. Mack Truck Company was also solicited. Eventually each of the suppliers entered into a contract with City Lines defendants of the character we have described whereby City Lines companies agreed that they would buy their exclusive requirements from the contracting supplier and from no one else."
  4. ^United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 6 "At the time the indictment was returned, the City Lines defendants had expanded their ownership or control to 46 transportation systems located in 45 cities in 16 states.."
  5. ^United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 1, "On April 9, 1947, nine corporations and seven individuals, constituting officers and directors of certain of the corporate defendants, were indicted on two counts, the second of which charged them with conspiring to monopolize certain portions of interstate commerce, in violation of Section 2 of the Anti-trust Act, 15 U.S.C.A. § 2."
  6. ^United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1951), para 33, "We have considered carefully all the evidence offered and excluded. We think that the court's rulings were fair, and that, having permitted great latitude in admitting testimony as to intent, purpose and reasons for the making of the contracts, the court, in its discretion, was entirely justified in excluding the additional testimony offered."

References[edit]

Documents referenced from 'Notes' section
  1. ^ abRev. M. L. King; Rev. U. J. Fields. "8 December 1955 To the National City Lines, Inc. Montgomery, Ala". Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Global Freedom Struggle. Stanford University. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
  2. ^"Paving the Way for Buses – The Great GM Streetcar Conspiracy Part II - The Plot Clots". Archived from the original on 2004-07-02. Retrieved 2010-10-23.
  3. ^ abc"The Conspiracy Revisited Rebutted".
  4. ^"Taken for a Ride". CultureChange.
  5. ^"GM and the Red Cars".
  6. ^"United States v. National City Lines, 334 U.S. 573 (1948)". FindLaw. 1948.
  7. ^"Paving the Way for Buses – The Great GM Streetcar Conspiracy Part II - The Plot Clots". Archived from the original on 2004-07-02. Retrieved 2010-10-23.
  8. ^Snell, Bradford C. (1974). American ground transport: a proposal for restructuring the automobile, truck, bus, and rail industries. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. p. 103. Archived from the original on 2007-11-20. Retrieved 2010-07-06.
  9. ^ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzaaabacadaeafagahaiajakalamanaoapaqarasatauavawaxayazbabb"Cities Served by National City Lines". Retrieved August 23, 2012.
  10. ^ abcSnell, Bradford. "The StreetCar Conspiracy: How General Motors Deliberately Destroyed Public Transit". Lovearth Network. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
  11. ^"When Trains Ruled the East Bay". Oakland Magazine.
  12. ^ ab"The Third Chance was charm".
  13. ^"Philadelphia Trolley Routes: By The Numbers". phillytrolley.
  14. ^Salt Lake City Lines
  15. ^ abcMcghee, Felicia (1 September 2015). "The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Fall of the Montgomery City Lines". Alabama Review. 68 (3): 251–268. doi:10.1353/ala.2015.0020. ISSN 2166-9961. S2CID 152641895. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  16. ^Geddes, Phil (July 1969). "21+20+78=4". Commercial Car Journal. 117: 86–91. hdl:2027/mdp.39015022419066.
  17. ^Robert P. Hanson, ed. (1979). "National City Lines, Inc.". Moody's Transportation Manual. 1. New York: Moody's Investors Service, Inc. pp. 1235–1236.
  18. ^"National City control passes to Dallas investor". Commercial Carrier Journal. Radnor, PA: Chilton. 38: 40. Jan 1981. Retrieved 13 January 2016.
  19. ^Abruzzese, Leo (Mar 21, 1988). "Mounting Losses Force T.I.M.E.-DC to Shut Doors". Journal of Commerce. Retrieved 2021-10-03.

External links[edit]

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Sales Offices & Stops

Eastern Cape

Windmill Park
Moore Street
Quigney
East London

Tel: (043) 743 9284
Fax: (043) 743 0061

Simpson Building
Shop nr 4
Ring Road
Greenacres
6045
Port Elizabeth

Tel: (041) 363 4555
Fax: (041) 363 3559

71 Madeira street
Opposite Steve Motors
Umtata

Tel: (047) 531-0603
Fax: (047) 532 2288

Free State

Tourist Centre
Park Road
(next to Municipal Swimming Pool)
Bloemfontein

Tel: (051) 447 1558
Fax: (051) 447 1556

Shell Ultra City
Kroonstad

Tel: 056 212 5527
Fax: 056 213 2852
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Gauteng

Park City Transit Centre
Johannesburg Station
Johannesburg

Fax: (011) 276 8550

Cnr Polly & Church street
Johannesburg

Tel: (011) 336 9184

Caltex Star Shop
N1 Highway
Midrand
Johannesburg

Tel: (011) 315 1458
Fax: (011) 315 7533

1928 Building
next to Pretoria Station
Pretoria

Tel: (012) 323 1154
Fax: (012) 323 1294

KwaZulu-Natal

Motor Coach Terminal
New Durban Station
N.M.R. Avenue
Durban

Tel: 031 334 9702/09
Tel: 083 915 9000
Tel: 011 276 8500
Fax: 031 309 7746
Fax: 011 276 8550

267 Burger Street
Pietermaritzburg
3201

Tel: 033 345 3175
Fax: 033 345 3172

Limpopo

no bus stops

Mpumalanga

Old Mutual Place
Louis Trichardt Street
Opposite Hotel Promenade
Nelspruit

Tel: (013) 753 2100
Fax: (013) 753 2414

North West

no bus stops

Northern Cape

Tickets for Africa
121 Bulfontein Road
(next to Civic Centre)
Kimberley
8301

Tel: (053) 832 6040
Fax: (053) 831 8248

Western Cape

1 Adderley Street
Cape Town

Tel: 083 915 9000 or
Fax: (011) 276 8550

Zimbabwe

Blue Arrow Reservations
Unifreight House
73A Fife Street
Bulawayo

Tel: (002639) 889078

Road Port
Cnr Robert Mugabe & 5th Street
Harare

Tel: (002634) 720 801
Fax: (002634) 25 3228

Meal breaks

You can take food on board with you (except alcohol) and there are also stops along the way where you can purchase a meal/drinks.

Policies & Conditions of Carriage

Accompanied children travelling cross-border: In an effort to prevent /curb cross-border child trafficking, the Department of Home Affairs, South Africa now requires all passengers crossing Beitbridge Border Post enroute to Zimbabwe (i.e. either travelling to, or from Zimbabwe) with children under 18 years old, to have the documentation certifying that they have legal guardianship, before crossing the border.

Alcohol & smoking: Passengers may not smoke nor consume alcohol during their trip with Citiliner. Passengers caught doing so, will be asked to disembark.

Luggage: Citiliner passengers are allowed to carry, free of charge, two suitcases not exceeding 80cmx60cmx30cm in size, and the total mass shall not exceed 30kg. Any luggage which exceeds the 30kg limit will be liable for an excess luggage charge.

Luggage which may be harmful to other passengers such as firearms, hazardous/harmful chemicals, explosives or toxic substances will not be permitted on Citiliner coaches. Luggage which is unaccompanied is also not accepted as well.

Pets: With the exception where the pet is a guide dog, of which prior notification has been given, no pets are allowed on board.

Ticket cancellation & refunds: Citiliner will levy a fee which they deem as fair and reasonable in the event of a passenger cancelling their bus ticket. Passengers are allowed move their booking to a later date on the same rate and no fee is levied in such instances. However, if there fare on the later date is higher, the passenger will be expected to pay the incremental price.

Unaccompanied children: Children under the age of 12 and unaccompanied will not be conveyed on any Citiliner coach. For unaccompanied children proof of identity will be required when the ticket is purchased and on boarding the coach.

History, News & Information

Citiliner is a division of "Unitrans Passenger" an operating division of Unitrans Holdings (Pty) Ltd, which in turn is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KAP International Holdings – which as of 2012 owns the industrial assets of the Steinhoff Africa group . Greyhound is a member of SABOA (Southern African Bus Operators Association).

2003

Citiliner is introduced by Greyhound as they target cost conscious city-to-city travellers.

1993

United Transport Company, now renamed as Unitrans Limited and listed on the JSE, reacquires its passenger operations from Tollgate Group.

1987

United Transport Company disposes of its passenger operations to Tollgate Holdings.

1962

UK based United Transport Company is incorporated in South Africa.

Competitors

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