LUXURY bus company Knutsford Express has voiced approval of the Mount Rosser bypass of Highway 2000 amid posting $17.1 million in profit, or 20 per cent higher than year-earlier levels.
The company also expanded the number of departures on offer while increasing travel options to passengers along the South Coast by 50 per cent.
“The much-anticipated middle phase of the North-South Highway which bypasses the hilly and windy Mount Rosser roadway opened. This has allowed for a reduction in the travel time on the North Coast route and resulted in a more comfortable ride for our passengers,” the company said in a joint note prefacing the financial results
signed by directors Oliver Townsend and Anthony Copeland.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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