PPV operators expected to withdraw services to press government to grant traffic ticket amnesty
Taxi and bus operators across the island are expected to withdraw their services on Monday, in an effort to press the government, to grant them a traffic ticket amnesty.
The operators had given the government an ultimatum to respond to the calls for an amnesty by Sunday evening.
However, a response was not forthcoming.
A meeting of several public passenger operators was held in half way tree, Kingston on Sunday evening, following which a decision was made to withdraw services.
President of the Transport Operators Development Sustainable Services, TODSS, Egeton Newman is urging commuters to find alternative means of transportation.
This, as he expects operators spanning the island will participate in the strike.