Transport Ministry: no change in bus fares

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Transport Ministry: no change in bus fares


PRESS RELEASE –
The Ministry of Infrastructure, Port Services and Transport informs the general public that bus fares authorised in 2008 have not changed and still apply for all routes.

The Ministry reminds public omni-bus owners and drivers that pursuant to the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Omni-bus Fares) Regulations of 2008, a driver of an omni-bus shall not charge or demand more than the fares chargeable, pursuant to the regulations.

The ministry reminds also that the fares, in relation to the route which the public omni-bus has been authorised to ply, should be clearly displayed inside the  omni-bus.

In this regard, users of any public omni-bus, by law, cannot refuse or omit to pay for the fares stipulated in the 2008 regulations and displayed in the omni-buses.

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  1. We need to diversify businesses. Everyone want to do the same things which creates tough competition. If one tries something new which proves successful everyone else quickly follow to a point where this business becomes unsuccessful.

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  2. These bus driver are true patriots doing their best for the good of the Island/people.I hope and would like to see the government give them some sort of relief in the form of duty free car parts or concession on fuel or something along those lines.

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  3. i hope the bus drivers and bus owners know its a service they providing ,bathe,brush they teeth ,change they clothes stop drinking on the job and so on .

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  4. Bus fares will raised in december. At least that is the new proposal... at least we get a few more months but still, adjust yourselves because it is coming....

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  5. Please state to that omni bus owners need to affix the stipulated fares where it is clearly visible all times.

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