Back on the road
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.