03 Apr Public Transport during Covid-19
A nationwide lockdown has left Ireland deserted. Transport is only allowed to work and for emergency appointments. We care limited to a 2km radius for exercise. Any non- essential movement beyond 2km radius should be avoided.
All unnecessary journeys need to be cancelled.
In case of emergency appointment, you may need to use public transport. What information should you have before doing so?
All information about Dublin Bus operating during covid-19 pandemic you will find following the link bellow https://www.dublinbus.ie/News-Centre/General-News/COVID-19-Information-/
Since 1st April Dublin Bus operates new timetable https://www.dublinbus.ie/News-Centre/General-News/New-timetables-to-take-effect-from-Wednesday-1-April/
Dublin bus introduced social distancing while on-board https://www.dublinbus.ie/News-Centre/General-News/Introduction-of-Social-Distancing-Measures-On-board/
All costumers should keep 2 metres social distancing when boarding, alighting and on board.
Customers are also advice to:
– give priority to older people for seating downstairs,
– cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or sleeve when you cough or sneeze,
– wash your hand properly and often, and
– ensure that you do not leave litter behind.
More information about transport measure during Covid -19 you will find following link https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/ed29dc-irelands-response-to-covid-19-transport-measures/
Remember to stay safe and adhere to government guidance during Covid -19.