Afternoon bus cancellations
Almost 20 buses were cancelled this afternoon, according to a Government alert.
A total of 19 buses scheduled to be released between 4.11pm and 10.20pm have been cancelled.
Affected routes include Routes 8, 9, 7, 11, 10, and 4.
The alert was released at about 4pm.
A Transport Green Paper, which details planned changes regarding public and private transportation, was submitted this morning during the House of Assembly.
It has been the first comprehensive review of transportation since 2002.
Changes suggested to the bus system included GPS tracking, access to wi-fi, and cashless bus fares.
For a full list of this afternoon’s bus cancellations, click here.
Chris Furbert, the president of the Bermuda Industrial Union, said earlier this week that a work-to-rule by bus operators would only be lifted if two portable air-conditioned restrooms were made available for staff in St George’s.
He added the BIU had made Zane DeSilva, the transport minister, aware of the condition.
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