Bus drivers end work-to-rule
A work-to-rule by bus operators has ended, Zane DeSilva announced on Friday.
It was confirmed in a statement on Saturday by the Department of Public Transportation.
The transport minister, responding to comments made on a Green Paper in Parliament, said he had visited the St George’s bus depot last Thursday.
Ageing infrastructure was one of the concerns raised by bus drivers during the nine days of industrial action.
Mr DeSilva said a notice posted on the building stated that it was condemned from July 2014 — but that the problem would be remedied within the next week.
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