Sunday, April 14, 2024



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Just another manic Monday or a shortage of buses?
This was the question yesterday at the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal around 5:30 p.m. as hundreds of people were seen waiting on numerous different routes. When questioned, some said the crush was like any other evening, while others expressed surprise to see so many people in the terminal.
The DAILY?NATION was informed that an announcement was made that there was a shortage of buses and there would be delays. However, this could not be confirmed. Efforts to get a comment from a supervisor in the terminal was not forthcoming, while attempts to reach the board’s head of marketing, Lynda Holder, proved futile.
The routes with especially long lines included St Patrick’s, Martin’s Bay, Sargeant Street, Workman’s, Silver Sands, Sam Lord’s Castle, Yorkshire, Drax Hall and Bayfield.

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