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BUS DRIVERS WANT SIT-DOWN FOLLOWING FUEL PRICE HIKE

Sources allege the move was precipitated by fears over personal safety. Omnibus drivers are concerned about the hike in gas prices.

In early April, the president of the National Council of Public Transportation (NCOPT) claimed that based on an agreement with the previous Administration, operators would be eligible for an increase in bus fares if gas prices went up.

The $12.75 cap on fuel was lifted on to $13.35 per gallon.

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