Bus Service Changes In Dockyard/Clock Tower

April 23, 2019 | 5 Comments

Effective this Thursday [April 25] the public bus service will terminate at the Clock Tower Mall in Dockyard

A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Public Transportation wishes to advise the public that effective Thursday, 25 April 2019 the public bus service will terminate at the Clock Tower Mall in Dockyard.

“This change forms part of an initiative to improve the traffic flow and pedestrian experience in Dockyard.

Bus Route Change Bermuda April 2019

“The bus stops by the North Rock car park and the National Museum of Bermuda will be closed. All buses will turnaround in front of the Clock Tower Mall and service the bus stop on the waterside of the roadway. All passengers disembarking and boarding in Dockyard will do so at this bus stop.

“To ensure the public are informed and aware of these changes, signs will be placed at all three bus stops and public announcements will be posted.”

“The Department of Public Transportation takes this opportunity to thank the public for their ongoing support and attention to these changes.”

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  1. Dockyard worker says:

    Ok so now all the tourist going to and from the cruise boats will now have to walk or catch the trolley all the way over to the mall just to catch the bus? Not a smart move AT ALL

  2. MM says:

    Someone should explain the reason for the change, I suppose they want to avoid any criticism or maybe it was becoming too too congested.

  3. Clarke Lanzing Jones says:

    Who is coming up with these insane ideas needs their head examined.

  4. Bill says:

    I totally understand re-designing the roads to reduce traffic in dockyard. Unfortunately in doing this, it has drastically reduced parking in that area. Esp for the marina tenants who live aboard their yachts. Also in order to catch a bus, a cruise ship passenger has to walk a considerable distance if they can’t catch the dockyard trolley. This will create more foot traffic on the roads and more potential accidents. Also it might affect other businesses in the northern side of dockyard when the cruise ships aren’t in port.
    Just my opinion. Instead of having the drop off area, why not put parking on either side of the “east and west” side next to the grassy areas. It will allow the buses and the trolley to still go round the bout and allow for parking. Or have the drop off area for buses or trolleys behind the Clocktower mall on those side streets that nobody uses.

  5. TURTLE says:

    WELL, THANKS TO THIS CHANGE! THE BUSES NOW DECIDED TO BACK TO THE OLD SCHEDULE SO DRIVERS DONT LOSS 5 MINUTES OF THEIR RESTING TIME….NO HAPPY ABOUT THIS……

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