The Union of Bus Industry Workers (UBIW) is concerned about a new reform that might endanger the jobs of many of its workers. The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced that a magnetic card is being considered for introduction in the near future to replace the conventional bus ticket. The reform would cover both the Rose Hill Transport Corporation and the National Transport Corporation. The management of neither company, however, has consulted UBIW. The change might affect the jobs of as many as 3,000 bus conductors and complicate the work of other categories of workers, including bus drivers.