KMB drivers have asked the company to reduce the number of routes per shift. Photo: Dickson Lee
KMB drivers have asked the company to reduce the number of routes per shift. Photo: Dickson Lee

KMB drivers urge company to reduce number of routes per shift after fatal crash involving Hong Kong double-decker bus

  • Staff Rights Association of KMB says some drivers are taking on more than three routes per shift, increasing the risk of accidents
  • Association vice-chairman Louis Chan says driver of double-decker bus that overturned had been working three different routes on day of accident

Topic |   Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong
KMB drivers have asked the company to reduce the number of routes per shift. Photo: Dickson Lee
KMB drivers have asked the company to reduce the number of routes per shift. Photo: Dickson Lee
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