Members of the National Omnibus Association (NOBA), will come together at a special general meeting this Sunday, to discuss a number of proposed initiatives.
A release from the Association said it recently submitted a document to the Ministry of Transport and Works with various initiatives which it wishes to have implemented during the period 2014-2015.
The Association says these include the provision of duty-free concessions on tyres, fixed routes during rush hours, new bus stops and special drop off points for the aged and the physically challenged
The Association says Sunday’s meeting will hear addresses from Minister of Transport and Works Julian Francis and Police Commissioner, Michael Charles
President of the Association Anthony Bacchus, says he hopes to have a good turn-out at the meeting, which is scheduled to take place at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex from three on Sunday afternoon.
According to the Association, there are approximately 500 Omnibus operators in SVG. The Omnibus Association has been in existence for well over twenty years.