Social distancing on buses ends with easing of restrictions Business

A spokesperson for the Confederation of Passenger Transport said: ‘As restrictions ease and more people start moving, public transport will be busier than we have seen during the pandemic. .

“On busy routes during rush hour, this means that it is not always possible to get away socially and some passengers may need to sit next to each other. Where possible, we encourage passengers to plan their trip in advance and travel outside of peak hours if possible. “

Transport for London plans to operate 8,000 buses per day. Andy Byford, Transport Commissioner, said: “We are making public transport cleaner than ever with staff on hand to offer advice, help and help keep everyone safe. And we advise customers to travel at the quietest times if they can to spread the demand over the day. “

More about this article: Read More
This notice was published: 2021-05-13 12:01:38