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I know Colonel Edison Issac, ...
I know Colonel Edison Issac, the CEO at PTSC, will not tolerate the cockroaches I saw lurking in grooves of seating accommodation for waiting passengers.And how about installing an electronic information board?
PTSC chief executive officer (CEO) Edison Isaac told Newsday yesterday the twelve 42-inch monitors installed within the terminal are on a test run and are being used to broadcast World Cup matches.
The service may be extended he
said after the tournament when the monitors would be used to display bus schedules, showcase aspects of Trinidad and Tobago's culture and give the public a basic introduction to Spanish.Isaac
stated the sets were sponsored and installed by Digital Media Limited
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Copy of a letter entitled "Liberation Pilgrimage" sent to Edison Isaac, CEO of PTSC
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Responding to these complaints, PTSC chief executive officer Edison Isaac, said a smaller number of buses were operating along the North-South route than usual."It is not true to say there were no buses.But we understand that when people are in uncomfortable situations they would say all sorts of things," he said. Isaac
explained that six buses-three from the East West Corridor and three from the North-/South route-were sent to Tobago over the Easter weekend to assist in the transportation demands during the Carifta Games.
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Twelve new articulated buses are expected early next month according to Edison Isaac, the CEO of the Public Transport Service Corporation."We have also placed orders for 25 other conventional buses."He said.