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On board

CARLOS ATWELL, ​carlosatwell@nationnews.com

Added 20 October 2019


MANY COMMUTERS are hopping on board the plan to place GPS devices on public service vehicles (PSVs).

In both the Constitution River and Cheapside terminals yesterday, passengers spoke about the rowdy behaviour on some PSVs and welcomed the news that some form of monitoring system was in the works.

“That sounds like something which will bring some discipline which is much needed. Maybe they should also include something to detect when they smoking [marijuana] and drinking [alcohol].

“My problem is these ideas start but then don’t continue, so I hope this follows through,” said Andrea Grazette, adding she also liked the idea of a mobile app.(CA)

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