2021-04-09 - 14:58:44 COMMUNITY |
Bus Service Disruption Advisory
The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) is advising the public that there will be an interruption in the public bus service this afternoon (9 April) to facilitate COVID-19 testing for DPT employees.
The service will be suspended at 3.00 pm today. It's expected to resume by 7.00 pm this evening.
The Department sincerely regrets and apologises for any inconvenience caused by this stoppage.
However the DPT is committed to ensuring that health and safety of its staff and the public is a priority.
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