Written by Teena Marian
15 Jun, 2022 | 9:16 am
COLOMBO (News 1st); Schools reopened on Wednesday (15) after four days, but due to the fuel shortage, students, as well as teachers, were seen experiencing difficulties in traveling to their respective schools.
The Chairman of the Ceylon Transport Board (CTB) Kingsley Ranawaka said that 20 additional buses will be added to transport school children under the Sisu Sariya program.
Meanwhile, the Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) said that steps have been taken to provide maximum services to the people coming to Colombo after the long weekend despite the fuel crisis.
The Chairman of the SLTB Kingsley Ranawaka said that all long-distance buses were put into operation on Wednesday (15).
However, the Private Bus Owners’ Association says that long-distance private buses will NOT be fully operational for commuters to travel to Colombo.
Meanwhile, two new trains have been added to the service from today (15).
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