The Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance will be conducting a pilot project for PSV hubs, starting on Monday, April 8, for a duration of three months. The venture will be conducted in Holetown, St. James and the Glebe, St. George.
Four routes will leave Holetown, St. James, to serve Rock Dundo, St. James and Rock Hall, St Peter; Orange Hill and Carlton Road, St. James; Westmoreland and St Albans, St James and Porey Spring and Allen View in St Thomas. These routes are local, therefore none of them go to the City, but will begin and end in the Holetown Civic Centre.
In addition, four routes will leave the Glebe, St. George, to serve Airy Hill, St. Joseph and Sweet Vale, St. George; Grantley Adams Memorial School, St. Joseph, Massiah Street, St. John and Six Roads, St. Philip; Hothersal Turning, St. Michael, Lower Estate, St. George, Dash Valley, St. George; and the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology, St.Michael and Drax Hall and Melverton in St. George. These routes are local, therefore none of them go to the City, but will centre on the Glebe Public Market.
For more information, please visit the Transport Authority’s website.