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Jammie Shuttle operations legal

by Staff Reporter
on 06 Sep 2007
The Claremont Website
The Claremont Website

The Department of Transport and Public Works has stated that the shuttle operations run by UCTs Jammie Shuttle are legal. This is in contrast to the allegations made by Green Cabs and the Peninsula Taxi Association.

UCT recently had to suspend its shuttle service along the Claremont route after one of its drivers was threatened at gunpoint. Taxi associations denied that the threat occurred and said it was simply a diversion by UCT to draw attention away from its illegal operations.

The Department of Transport and Public Works launched an investigation into the allegations and found that UCT was operating according to route specifications laid down in its license.

UCT's permits stipulate that from 6am to 6pm, the shuttle service picks up students and staff from the Claremont Interchange and drops them off on campus. Outside these hours, the shuttle may also make stops at UCT residences.

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