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VITRAN Bus Service Suspended On Thanksgiving Day

Community Center / Virgin Islands / November 26, 2014

VITRAN bus service will be suspended across the territory in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov. 27. Public Works Commissioner Darryl Smalls made the announcement on Wednesday.

Regular hours of operation will resume on Friday, Nov. 28.

The ADA Paratransit Service will operate on St. Croix on Thanksgiving Day to transport dialysis patients.

The public may contact the VITRAN Bus Terminal at (340) 774-5678 with questions or concerns.

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