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Bus service to resume early tomorrow


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The Barbados Transport Board is scheduled to resume work tomorrow morning at 4:45 a.m.

This assurance came moments ago from general secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union Toni Moore after hundreds of workers walked off the job this morning.

The decision was taken after Minister of Transport of Works Michael Lashley attended a closed-door meeting with members of the union and some workers of the Transport Board this evening.

Although the bus schedule is set to return to normal tomorrow, the issues outlined today still remain on the table.

The minister, however, has committed to meeting with both the union and management of the Transport Board in an effort to bring some resolve to the outstanding matters. (RA)


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