PSVs threaten to sue
Wheel and come again.
That’s what public service vehicle (PSV) owners are telling the Transport Authority as some move to take legal action against that body for reassigning their permits as part of a pilot project.
The owners are contending that the Authority’s tactics border on bullying and they are not standing for that.
They are so adamant that they have engaged the services of Queen’s Counsel Michael Lashley, the former Minister of Transport and Works.
He told the Weekend Nation: “I was contacted by some of the PSV operators. The chairman has no power to take such action legally and I am awaiting further instructions.” (NS)