DB commuters have expressed concern about the condition of one of the buses in use on the T9 route.
Pictures of large patches of mould on the seats and walls of the bus have been shared on Facebook, with residents expressing concerns about the health implications for passengers and the driver.
It has been suggested that the mould could be a result of leaking air conditioning units, combined with the warm weather while the bus has been out of service.
Mould can be linked to a variety of respiratory conditions or allergic reactions, especially in young children and the elderly.
After contacting City Management, one resident said that they had been assured that DB transport would be notified and that the bus would be removed from service.
Image: Kim Stockert, Facebook
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