Buses to resume on Tuesday
The public bus service is to resume tomorrow according to The Department of Public Transportation.
The department’s management team is due to meet with the Bermuda Industrial Union to “return to discussions in an effort to resolve the matters outstanding”.
A work-to-rule remains in place until further notice which could still result in route cancellations if drivers are unwilling to work overtime.
A department spokesman said: “The DPT apologises for the inconvenience to the travelling public.”
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