Minibuses drafted in for school bus services
Eight minibuses will be used to bolster after-school bus services for pupils, a government representative said tonight.
The Ministry of Transportation spokesman said that the temporary measure had been made after “a combination of mechanical breakdowns and accidents” had led to a higher than normal number of buses being off the roads this week. He added that technicians “are working to repair several buses in short order”.
The spokesman said that a campaign to hire more bus driver had also begun.
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