The Transport Board is addressing some concerns raised by commuters over noises heard while aboard the buses. Speaking from the Board’s head office at Weymouth, Chief Operations Officer Lynda Holder said, “This is something that we have been monitoring now … Continue reading
The Opportunity The Transport Board invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to manage the Finance Department allowing for the timely and efficient reporting of the financial operations of the Transport Board and to establish and maintain effective financial … Continue reading
Did you know that the Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month seeks to raise awareness about the inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all areas of community life, as well as awareness of the barriers that people with disabilities still sometimes … Continue reading
BLPC donates sanitising dispensers to Transport Board. For more information, watch the clip below from Watts New Radio Extra Time, with featured guest Lynda Holder, Chief Operations Officer at Transport Board.  
RUBIS continues to assist in the country’s fight against Covid-19. This time the energy company focused its efforts on making a donation to help to protect thousands of commuters who use the services of the Transport Board daily. The donation … Continue reading
Today, we take a look at an article published in Caribbean Airlines’ Caribean Beat. Although written some five years ago, it remains quite relevant today. Barbados continues to have a public transport system making it one of the easiest Caribbean … Continue reading
The Transport Board is pleased to announce that there is now free Wi-Fi on all 33 of the new electric buses. Commuters can now enjoy connectivity as they ride the buses keeping them in contact with friends and family or … Continue reading
Our loyal commuters are reminded that as a result of road works being carried out on Highway 1, that delays are to be expected on the affected routes. This is due to the ongoing Highway Rehabilitation Project.
Electric Buses Hit the Road in Barbados With 33 brand-new electric buses now crisscrossing the island, Barbados is moving full speed ahead in modernizing its public transit fleet and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. Passengers love the fringe benefits — … Continue reading
September 25, 2020 – Bridgetown, Barbados: After a smooth start to the school term, the Transport Board is urging parents, and by extension students, to take advantage of the TAP buses whenever possible. “Buses in the TAP are essentially an … Continue reading