Friday, March 1, 2024

PSV permits staying put


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While too many permits have been issued for some public service vehicle (PSV) routes, there are no plans to revoke them en masse.

And there will be zero tolerance for any “hooliganism” in the new Constitution River Terminal (CRT), which will get its “real opening” on Saturday.

That’s the word from chairman of the Transport Authority, Ian Estwick, after a meeting with PSV operators at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre yesterday evening.

Rather than large-scale revocations, he explained they would be looking at how best to redistribute permits to those routes which did not have a regular service. (CA)

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