Transport Authority Service Integration (TASI) Pilot Project
What Is Public Transportation Service Integration?

Experiences across the world have shown that non-integrated public transportation systems neglect the needs of customers.  In particular, customers complain about the inconvenience resulting from the inadequacies of any one provider.  Issues of comfort and schedule times have also been highlighted.

Barbados is no exception to this, and the harmonization of the private and public transportation services is considered to be an effective means of reducing these inconveniences.

Transport service integration provides an opportunity for a collaborative effort between the private operators, that is, the privately owned PSVs, minibuses in this case, and the publicly-funded Transport Board.

Through this effort, the Transport Authority will oversee the integration of transportation services along specified routes.

The Transport Authority will oversee the smooth transition of this pilot project which will redound to the benefit of all.

 
What Is The Transport Authority Service Integration (TASI) Pilot Project?

The Transport Authority Service Integration (TASI) Pilot Project is a project aimed at introducing the concepts of transportation service integration to Barbados.
Three routes have been selected for this first phase and these are Sturges, Edey Village and Martins Bay.

The TASI project will see the amalgamation of private operators and the Transport Board along these routes.
Key features of TASI include:

  1. Scheduled services
  2. Route harmonization where all services commence and end at the same location
  3. Standardized ticketing across all service providers

All of the TASI operators (drivers and conductors) will be trained in providing good customer service and will provide a disciplined and safe environment for commuters.

TASI One schedule, one fare.

 
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