ADO Bus Company to Begin Operations in Belize
A release from the Department of Transport has signaled that the ADO Bus Company from Mexico will officially begin its runs in and out of Belize on July 15. The discussion has been happening for some months now, as was indicated by the Minister of Transport, Rodwell Ferguson, back in April this year.
The announcement noted, quote, “This is exciting news for the public as it will enhance connectivity and provide convenient transportation options between both countries. The ministry, through the Department of Transport, remains dedicated to promoting efficient and sustainable transportation systems that meet the needs of our citizens.” End of quote.
Other announcements coming out of the Ministry of Transport surrounded the completion of a 6-week paralegal course by two of its employees. The training was facilitated by the Belize Defence Force. Minister Rodwell Ferguson has congratulated the pair, namely Gregory Witty and Johnny Alvarado.
Minister Ferguson has also officially announced the departure of its Chief Transport Officer, Dian Vasquez Garbutt. He noted that in the interim, Peter Williams will be holding over in that capacity. Williams has worked in the public service for almost 15 years in various capacities within the department. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English with minors in Business Law, Technical Writing and Organizational Behaviour. Love News understands that the ministry will advertise the post of Chief Transport Officer within the Public Service.