Ministry: 37 Bus Runs Cancelled On Wednesday

October 18, 2017

[Updated] The cancellation of bus runs continues, with the Ministry releasing a list of bus cancellations for Wednesday October 18th, with eight bus runs cancelled so far.

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Update October 18, 4.00pm: The Ministry has released the list of bus cancellations for this afternoon. There were 8 runs cancelled this morning, 29 cancelled this afternoon, for a total of 37 cancelled today.

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  1. Bermudian Patriot says:

    No cancelations by the contracted golden minibus fleet, ever. Drivers deliver mail as well. And you don’t have to be Bermudian to drive.

    • legalgal says:

      Perhaps thats why it WORKS! With the emphasis on WORKS.

  2. Eddie the expat says:

    No… But you do need to be Bermudian to be paid for driving… Or have a work permit that specifically allows you work in this arena.

  3. cant wait says:

    Cant wait until the 100 day report, which will say we cant tell you nothing else until 2025 that’s when our plan was visioned for.

    Everyone can do it until it comes time to doing it!

    • Bermudian Patriot says:

      Simply raise the debt ceiling to borrow enough to balance the budget, simple. Use the money to do whatever, and party till our interest rates are 60% and we owe $10,000,000.00 US a day in daily interest. And inflation high enough to make Bobby M in Zimby blush.

      We can get there, how soon, is soon enough?

      Let’s print some mmmmooonnneeyyyyyyyyyy!

  4. Eddie the expat says:

    Like the man said… Nothing is impossible for the guy that doesn’t have to do it :)

    • The Original Truth™ says:

      What did OBA do about this issues except purchase buses with our tax money which ended up not being maintained because OBA put the bus mechanics on furlough days. To make matters worst the first set of buses they bought were too big for Bermuda’s roads and the second lot arrived short of the amount they paid for.

  5. Family Man says:

    Not as many cancelations this afternoon … poor weather meant not as many drivers wanted the afternoon off?

  6. legalgal says:

    …and not even the hint of an “apology for the inconvenience”. Shameful arrogance and incompetence. But at east they can save costs as they only need about half the bus drivers.

    • somuchless says:

      You should know that we’re still paying them right? Otherwise we woulda heard from the unions by now.