From brakes to bakes! PTSC addresses error on bus signage

From brakes to bakes! PTSC addresses error on bus signage

The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) was forced to conduct a quick audit of its buses after images began surfacing on social media showing a bus with a sign on the rear that read “CAUTION AIR BAKES”.

Trinbagonians immediately began commenting with some asking if PTSC had gone into the bake and shark business, while another said: “Granny: Coconut Bake, Auntie: Fry Bake, PTSC: Air Bakes.”

PTSC chairman Edwin Gooding, said they were first alerted about the wrong signage on Wednesday, following which an audit of all of the company’s new buses was done and four with “CAUTION AIR BAKES…Keep 17 metres away” were changed to “CAUTION AIR BRAKES…Keep 17 metres away”.

The buses are the Higer model imported from China which arrived in Trinidad and Tobago in March 2020, following which decals were added, including the caution signs, by the PTSC’s in-house graphic design team.

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