Bus, ferry suspended for meeting with union
Buses and ferries will not be running tomorrow morning because of a meeting with the Bermuda Industrial Union, the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs has advised.
Services are expected to be down between 9.45am and 12.30pm.
A ministry spokesman apologised for the inconvenience to the public.
According to the BIU, the meeting was scheduled by the Government’s negotiating team in conjunction with the BIU.
The team has met for several weeks to ratify the current collective bargaining agreement between the Government and the union.
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