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Government Bus Feb 15, 2009
Barbados is a highly accessible island by public transport. Those buses you see around the island that are blue with a yellow stripe are government owned. Regardless of whether you board a government or privately owned bus, the flat fare in operation in February 2009 was B$1.50 for a single journey.

Most routes operate to/from Bridgetown although there are a small number of routes which operate cross-island, including Sam Lord's Castle to Speightstown and Speightstown to Bathsheba. The bus terminal in Bridgetown can be found at Fairchild Street.

Bus stop signs indicate the direction of the route, i.e. to or from city (Bridgetown).

Government buses operate an 'exact fare only' scheme - which means they don't offer change, so make sure you have the right money!
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