LOW TURN OUT ON FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL TRAIN SERVICE

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There was a low turnout of students for the first https://zipfm.net/2021/03/01/is-a-generic-pill-for-levitra/ day of the Students Train Service.

General Manager of the Jamaica Railway Corporation Donald Hanson says only five students rode the train to school.

Efforts are compare prices levitra underway to get more students to use the service.

The cashless School Train Service is expected to benefit some of the most vulnerable children, particularly those on the Programme of Advancement through Health and Education (PATH) who will access the system with a card.

Mr. Hanson is hopeful that with the efforts of the cheap levitra india Transport Ministry more students will use the service tomorrow.

The train service is expected to provide safe and cost-effective transport for school-age children who depend on the public transport system for travel.

One trip will leave Old Harbour at 6:30 AM and arrive in Spanish Town at 6:55 AM.


Another trip will leave Linstead at 6:20 AM and reach Spanish town at 7 AM.

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) will then bus the students from the trains into the various schools.