The National Transport Commission (NTC) will take legal action against errant bus drivers and conductors if they continue to play jarring music and broadcast videos from today.
NTC Director-General Nilan Miranda told Daily Mirror CDs containing traditional had been distributed to NTC provincial divisions and bus deports from where bus operators, drivers or conductors could obtain their copies of the CDs which could be relayed in buses
The programme was implemented on January 1 but a 15-day grace period was allowed to obtain the CDs.
“Many music videos played in buses are inappropriate for children. New regulations will apply to both private and SLTB buses. The NTC has the right to take legal action against bus drivers and conductors based on public complaints. Passengers are requested to call hot-line No:1955 to lodge complaints on ear-splitting music or if buses travel unusually slow to pick up more passengers,” he said adding that these decisions were taken after a survey conducted from,500 people from diverse cultures. (Chaturanga Samarawickrama)
Agith Wednesday, 15 January 2020 11:00 PM
Jarring music plays in veyangoda - gampaha school vans
Samarakoon Bandara Thursday, 16 January 2020 05:59 AM
Three cheers to Transport Minister for solving the greatest problem the commuters have been having. Now we have no complaints regarding the bus services. Thank you.
Honest-truth Thursday, 16 January 2020 06:08 AM
How about insensitive use of loudspeakers for prayers at 4.30 am. There is no guarantee that this helps the working population wake too early and start praying when promoted.
Arthur G Thursday, 16 January 2020 09:42 PM
Our bus guys are very ignorant,they won't follow any rule more than two weeks.
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