General Manager of the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) Bashir Mohammed said if bus drivers are willing to work on public holidays for the standard rate rather than triple time pay, the company might resume the service.
The PTSC recently announced that it would suspend the service because of the costs.
However, Mohammed said he is willing to meet with two unions representing 619 bus drivers to come up with a plan to resume the bus service on holidays.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling for the sedition law to be immediately repealed.
She made the call while speaking at a United National Congress Monday Night Forum at the Preysal High School.
Watson Duke has announced he will step down from his leadership position at the PSA from Nov. 30 as his Progressive Democratic Patriots prepare to launch a national election campaign.
He made the announcement during a press conference at the PSA headquarters this morning, as he spoke out for the first time about his sedition charges. Duke said he is facing "trumped up charges" because he fired back at Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley for "down crying" public servants.
Former director of intelligence at the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) Carlton Dennie has backpedalled on accusing Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of directly instructing him to fire all East Indians from the agency back in 2015.
“First, I would like to set the record straight about what I did not say. I did not say that the PNM told me to fire the East Indians. I did not say that the Minister of National Security (Dillon) told me to fire the east Indians.
Carlton Dennie was born in Point Ligoure, Point Fortin. He enlisted in the T&T Regiment in 1981, where he served for 16 years in the Special Forces and Signal Department. He attended the John Donaldson Technical Institute and based on his grades he moved up the ranks of the Regiment.