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Bus fare revision in the offing

Private bus associations say that a reduction in bus fares is expected to be carried out following the slashing of fuel prices. President of the Lanka Private Bus Owners’ Association (LPBOA) Gemunu Wijeratne said that they intend to hold discussions with the Finance Minister on Monday (24) regarding the matter. Meanwhile the Secretary of the …

Private Bus

No Change In Bus Fares

Bus companies say that although fuel prices dropped by Rs. Five per litre , it is not possible to reduce bus fares at this time. All island private bus companies’ federation general secretary Anjana Priyanjith told our news team, that as a result of the pricing of spare parts having increased as a consequence of …

Private Bus

Discussion on bus fares today

A discussion is scheduled between National Transport Commission and bus association representatives today. A decision was taken to reduce the bus fare with the reduction of the Diesel prices. All Island Private Bus Owners Association Federation secretary Anjana Priyanjith says that it is expected to propose a 2% bus fare reduced. President of the Lanka …

Gemunu Wijeratne

Gemunu Wijeratne says no to kerosene oil run buses

The Lanka Private Bus Owners Association has raised opposition to a proposal to operate buses with the use of kerosene oil. Chairman Gemunu Wijeratne said the use of kerosene oil in buses is a risk highlighting it is also against the law. Wijeratne said in the event of a fire breaking out the bus will …

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