Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Dunedin buses go flat for free

Tranzwatching in Dunedin, Te Wai Pounamu, New Zealand

It was the coldest snap of weather in 16 years says the weather office of the snow storms that blanketed much of the south and many parts of the northern island. In Dunedin buses were flat out or out flat, only able to drive on some of the flatter route sections of this attractive but in many parts steep city. Passenger Transport Dunedin which recently became the major player in service contractors by buying out the previously council owned Citbus offered passengers free rides "just to get people out of the cold"  manager owner Kane Baas told the Otago Daily Times

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