Ministry: Bus Cancellations For Monday

October 2, 2017 | 9 Comments

[Updated] The cancellation of bus routes continue, with the Ministry releasing a list of bus cancellations for this morning [Oct 2] with eleven bus runs cancelled so far today.

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Update 4.00pm: The Ministry has released the list of bus cancellations for this afternoon. There were 11 runs cancelled this morning, 40 cancelled this afternoon, for a total of 51 cancelled today.

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Bus Service Cancellation Monday 2-10-2017-2

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  1. steve says:

    I have been tricked…I was led to believe Michael Fahey was the reason buses that didnt run!

    • RBYC member says:

      Fahy or the oba/UBP experiment!!!!!!!!!!

      Fahy wasn’t in charge Dunkley was, so blame him for the lost in July.

  2. frank says:

    Solution the number 6 route put out to tender to a
    Mini bus company.that bus can now run from St. George’s to hamilton.
    Routes 4 and 5 to be operated by the same bus in the early morning before 9 am
    The number4 bus is always late because it comes from Somerset
    And why start a bus from Watford bridge and barns corner

    • inna says:

      Apparently under the new schedule that Butch and co wont endorse, the Watford Bridge, Barnes Corner, and Grotto Bay final destinations are all going away.

  3. Triangle Drifter says:

    The often asked question has not been answered. What are the drivers doing when buses are broken down?

  4. It's only just begun says:

    Who ya gonna blame now…

  5. princess says:

    steve the ubp/oba are responsible during their 5 years of mess on the poor and oppressed they were not concerned about ordering new buses.

    • Zevon says:

      Bus cancellations were rife during the last PLP reign as well. They can’t run a bus service.

  6. Sara says:

    This would be a great time to have something like Uber in Bermuda. Our public transport is antiquated. We need hybrid or electric mini buses that are easy to maintain. Perhaps solar/electric ferries??? And if the government isn’t capable of maintaining their public transport, then perhaps stuff needs to be privatized.

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