Modern Coast Express Bus company is back on the roads after facing a five day suspension from National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA).
The company has received permission to resume normal operations from 1 pm today (Tuesday).
“This is a further update to the statement issued on 17.12.2019. We are pleased to inform all our passengers that we have received permission from NTSA to resume normal scheduled bus services from 1.00 pm today the 17.12.2019,” reads a tweet from the company.
NTSA had supended Modern Coast after the company’s two buses were involved in an accident on Thursday last week, killing seven and injuring 62 people.
The bus apologised for the inconvenience caused to all affected passengers who were not able to travel between the 12 and 16 December.
“We shall share the full scheduled buses for today 17.12.2019 within 1 hour.”
The authority said the company’s access to the NTSA portal has been deactivated to limit any activities on their 88 vehicles, as the investigation continues.Do you have any story you would like to share? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will publish it. You can also contact us at email@example.com