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pol­icy was ham­per­ing the de­liv­ery of ser­vice.

Around 5:30 p.m., Moore called a meet­ing with work­ers at the BWU’S head­quar­ters. Lash­ley joined them shortly af­ter 7:30 p.m. They ended the meet­ing just af­ter 9 p.m., com­mit­ting to en­gage the union and man­age­ment of the Trans­port Board in talks this morn­ing.

“We have met and I have come here in the in­ter­est of Trans­port Board, in the in­ter­est of the trav­el­ling pub­lic, and in­deed in the in­ter­est of the work­ers of the Trans­port Board,” Lash­ley told the me­dia near the end of the meet­ing. “There are some is­sues and chal­lenges rel­a­tive to the man­age­ment, and the re­la­tion­ship be­tween the man­age­ment and work­ers. We be­lieve that com­ing out of this meet­ing, and mov­ing for­ward, that there would be an im­proved re­la­tion­ship be­tween man­age­ment and the work­ers.

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