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Report aimed at improving communication about buses sent to the House

The Hamilton bus terminal (File photograph)

A report intended to improve government communications about the bus service is set to go before the House of Assembly.

Victoria Pearman, the Ombudsman for Bermuda, announced this afternoon that she had delivered a report on the subject to the Speaker’s Chambers.

A spokeswoman for the Ombudsman’s Office said: “The report seeks to develop changes in the communications methods used by the Department of Transportation concerning the public bus service.

“The Ombudsman will now be engaged in the implementation of the recommendations in the report to benefit bus users and the public generally.

“The report will be available to the public when Parliament returns and it is tabled in the House of Assembly.”

The Government has received criticism from the public about a lack of advance notice for bus cancellations and suspensions of service.

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Published December 29, 2021 at 4:30 pm (Updated December 29, 2021 at 9:19 pm)

Report aimed at improving communication about buses sent to the House

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