Interstate Bus Lines (IBL) would like to inform its loyal passengers and stakeholders, that IBL Management is scheduled to meet with the representatives of the Free State Department of Police, Roads and Transport this afternoon (Monday, 23 March 2020). We also have another meeting scheduled with the National Department of Transport in Pretoria tomorrow morning (24 March 2020). At the time of this communication, government has not released any regulations regarding public transport, but we hope that the scheduled meetings will provide clarity on the way forward.
Our passengers are advised that effective immediately, passengers will only be able to load eight (8) trips on their tags and only purchase single cash smart cards. This is due to the uncertainty regarding future public transport availability.
We will further communicate with our passengers as and when more pertinent information arises.
TSEBISO HO BAPALAMI: KOPANO LE LEFAPHA LA DIPALANGWANG LE HO TLATSA MAETO A TAG
Interstate Bus Lines (IBL) e tsebisa bapalami ba yona le ba nka karolo ka kopano tse hlophisitsweng, ho hlophisitswe kopano le lefapha la di palangwang Foreistata mantsibuyeng a kajeno (Mantaha, 23 March 2020). Ho bo etse hape ho hlophisitswe kopano le lefapha la dipalangwang la naha hosane (24 March 2020) Pretoria. Ka sena sebaka mmuso wa Afrika Borwa ha oso kenye tshebetsong melao etla laola dipalangwang tsa setjhaba mabapi le bohloko bona ba Coronavirus. Re tshepa hore kopano tsena tse pedi di tla fana ka lesedi le tlhakisetso mabapi le dipalangwang tsa setjhaba.
HO TLATSA MAETO A TAG
Bapalami ba rona ba eletswa hore ho tloha hona jwale ba tlatse fela tag ya matsatsi a mane (8 trips) kapa ho reka karete ya leeto le le leng (Single Smart Card). Sena se etswa hobane ha jwale ha ona tiisetso ya hore dipalangwang tsa setjhaba di tla fumanwa jwalo ka tlwaelo.
Re tla tsebisa bapalami hang fela hoba le lesedi le rele fumanang.