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St Helena : St Helena: CHANGES TO PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 30.11.2013 (Article Archived on 28.12.2013)

One of the objectives of St Helena’s Sustainable Development Plan is to facilitate private, public, tourist and business development across the Island through an improved public transport system

CHANGES TO PUBLIC TRANSPORT One of the objectives of St Helena’s Sustainable Development Plan is to facilitate private, public, tourist and business development across the Island through an improved public transport system. To meet this objective a review of the public transport system was carried out in 2012 and an expanded trial system incorporating home to duty transport for Health shift workers and the public transport system began earlier this year- replacing routes A, B, C and the Rupert’s route. Since its introduction the trial service, provided by Joshua’s Taxis, has been extended and refined twice and is to be further extended until 31 January 2014. The success of the expanded service will continue to be reviewed. The trial service does not affect services to Blue Hill and Sandy Bay operated by Solomons and Colin’s Garage. However these routes have also been continuously reviewed and as a result the Blue Hill route will cease to operate from 20 January 2014. The Sandy Bay route will continue to operate and the contract with Colin’s Garage has been extended to March 2015. SHG 19 November 2013

 

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