It seems nuts that bus service is worth running only when the city age goose eggs are rolled over, but TAMS are giving notice that the Centenary Loop bus service is singing with the choir invisible:
The successful Centenary Loop service, also known as Route 100, will come to an end on Sunday afternoon following 335 days of service and over 128,000 passenger boardings, Bren Burkevics, Chief Operating Officer, Public Transport, announced today.
“The Centenary Loop, which commenced on 4 February 2013 and has operated every 30 minutes from 9 am to 4.30 pm seven days a week, will make its last stop on Sunday 5 January 2014,” Mr Burkevics said.
“The free loop bus service was only funded to run as a special service during 2013, as part of the activities and celebrations to help commemorate Canberra’s centenary year. The service was expected to finish on 31 December 2013 however it was decided to extended the service by five days to give locals and visitors a final chance to see the city over the holiday period.