“Brief Pause” In Bus Service On Tuesday, Dec 4

November 29, 2018

There will be a “brief pause” in bus service from 10:30am – 12:30pm on Tuesday [Dec 4] to accommodate a general staff meeting which “will serve to further advance the completion of the new public bus schedule,” the Department of Public Transportation said today.

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A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Public Transportation [DPT] is advising of a brief pause in bus service on Tuesday, 4 December from 10:30am – 12:30pm to accommodate a general staff meeting.

“This general staff meeting will serve to further advance the completion of the new public bus schedule.

“The DPT apologises for any inconvenience this may cause and thanks the public for their patience and cooperation.”

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  1. eyes wide open says:


  2. Seriously? says:

    How hard can it be to keep busses on the road of a country of 60k people with land mass of 21 square miles.

    Ya’ll should be ashamed of your incompetence!!

    Truth dat.

  3. gustav says:

    This general staff meeting will serve to further advance the completion of the new public bus schedule..
    what does that mean ?
    once daily ?

  4. Justasuggestion says:

    So, if Butterfield Bank decide to create new opening hours. Does the bank close to speak with employees. Or Supermarket do they close. What about Butterfield and Vallis. Answer, No. Stop this crap. You signed a contract to drive a bus. Drive it you don’t have a say in operational times. If not fire them. I’m done hearing theres no jobs, the foriegners take them. Get off your backsides or give some one else a go at it

  5. Time Shall Tell says:

    All the experts outside looking in thinking they have it all figured out… Continue, this is entertaining.

  6. KBB says:

    Bermuda needs to move on with this ongoing transportation nonsense and PRIVATIZE OUR TRANSPORTATION and run it like a business. Its almost like their doing us a favor by sometimes providing bus services. Lets get real Bermuda and lets stop this crap.

  7. Triangle Drifter says:

    Any other organisation such as a club, political party, religious, hobby, sport etc. which do NOT pay their members a salary have their meetings outside of business hours. The BIU does not pay its members. Have your meetings when everyone else does. Have them in the evening after business/high demand hours.

    Who runs the bus service, word used very loosely, anyway? Imagine the dishwashers or waiters setting the menu in a restaurant.

    • Think It Through says:

      What time would you advise that they have their two hour meeting? Peak bus hours are around 7:00- 9:30 in the morning and then 3:00-7:00 at night. Would you want them to have their meeting at 8:00 to 10:00 and have them forget about the fact that they still have homes to go to?