The B.G. government is now looking to cut back on bus services.
This is in response to the province’s low bus ridership numbers, and it has resulted in a bus schedule being altered, according to the BCTF.
The BCTFs executive director, Paul Coughlan, says the province has a bus budget of $15.8 billion.
In the fiscal year 2018-2019, the BAC has a budget of about $13.3 billion.
The province also has to pay for the province of B.I. and the province is also obligated to provide transportation for people in B.M. and Nunavut, according a B.CTF report.
The province announced last month that it is looking to reduce the number of buses operating in Bismarck, and is asking the Bismark city council to make it more efficient by cutting down on the number and type of buses.
In the Bistrotte area of the city, the average bus is currently running every four hours.
In that same time frame, the city is running about 2,400 buses.
In response to those cuts, Mayor Dan Luthran said that the city will increase the number, but not necessarily the frequency of its buses.
The mayor said that since the province wants to cut down on its bus system, he believes that it will be more efficient to eliminate the Bancroft route and continue to run the Btso bus.
He also noted that it would be better for the city to continue operating the buses than to reduce its fleet.
Luthran is also seeking to reduce how many buses the city runs.
He said that if he is successful, the number would have to be reduced by about 100 buses.
The mayor says the BANCs budget is not balanced, and that it’s not a good situation to be in.
Luthrans said that he will be asking council to adopt a budget that reflects Bancrts overall budget.
Bancrt is the municipality that covers the Bandswift Valley.
It is part of the Broughton district.