No Card Transactions At Central Terminal

February 13, 2018 | 3 Comments

Effective Thursday [Feb 15] the Department of Public Transportation will not be able to process card transactions at the Central Terminal in Hamilton, as upgraded bank machines are being installed, and the “works are not anticipated to last more than one week.”

“Effective this week Thursday, February 15, the Department of Public Transportation will not be able to process debit or credit card transactions at the Central Terminal in Hamilton,” a spokesperson said.

“Upgraded bank machines are being installed, requiring modifications to the existing service windows. The works are not anticipated to last more than one week.

“Passes, tickets and tokens will still be available for cash sales at the Central Terminal; however, debit and credit card purchases will be available at the Post Offices and Visitor Information Centers in St. George’s and Dockyard.

“The Department regrets any inconvenience to valued customers.”

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  1. somuchless says:

    “The department regrets any inconvience to valued customers.”

    Ummm fix the bus system. That’s an inconvenience.

  2. puzzled says:

    Leave one up and shut down the rest.

  3. PBanks says:

    This is what short-sightedness in original design gets you. A week’s wait before a new system can be operational?

    Add this to the list of issues.

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