The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) has confirmed that it speedily rectified minor problems experienced by two of its newly acquired buses today (June 06).
A report prepared by the PTSC Engineering Department indicates that at 9:20 a.m., the driver of a bus dispatched on the Scarborough to Charlotteville route, stopped the vehicle after the brakes warning light was observed. Immediate checks by PTSC’s trained technicians revealed this was not an error as originally thought but an actual misreading of the device. The driver however has been commended by the PTSC Management for taking precaution.
The PTSC Report also indicates that a bus dispatched on the Scarborough to Lanse Fourmi route encountered an electrical fault and stalled at the Bloody Bay junction, at about 9:40 am. PTSC engineers have since rectified the fault.
PTSC wishes to apologise to its customers for any inconvenience that this interruption in service may have caused and thanks the public for its continued support.