The Transport Board and its general manager have parted ways.
Sandra Forde, who led the state-owned public transportation agency for the past eight years has accepted a separation package.
However, two consultants, including Trinidadian David Bartholomew, had their contracts terminated with immediate effect.
These are the latest developments to hit the cash-starved statutory corporation following a meeting last Friday of its recently installed board of directors.
When contacted the board’s chairman Gregory Nicholls confirmed that they had reached an amicable settlement with Forde, a former commercial banker. (MB)
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