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Passenger Coronavirus Notice

May 21, 2020

Passenger Coronavirus Notice

Coach Services has responded to Government advice on public transport and you will notice additional steps that have been put in place to protect staff and passengers.

Capacity on some routes will be reduced to maintain social distancing. Please allow extra time for your journey as you may have to wait for the next bus.

Please see measures below and what you can do to help stay safe-

Only travel is your journey is essential and plan your travel to avoid peak periods. Do not travel if you feel unwell or if you or a member of your household is displaying symptoms.

Practice social distancing wherever possible. Allow passengers to alight and the passenger in front of you to move away from the driver before you step on the bus.

Keep as much distance from the driver as possible and adhere to any distancing floor markings and signage.
Please tender correct change.

Do not use seats/areas that have been cordoned off.

All passengers must be seated. Standing is no longer permitted.

Wherever possible use a window seat and leave an empty row in front and behind. Members of the same household should only sit together where social distancing can be maintained from other passengers.
We request that you wear a face covering when using our buses and services.

No eating and drinking on board our vehicles.
Open windows to aid ventilation.
Be considerate of other passengers.

We have implemented enhanced thorough cleaning regimes including regular disinfection of all grab rails, bell push buttons, poles, handles, ledges and other touch points.

To protect our drivers, we have provided face shields, gloves, hand sanitiser and encouraging regular hand washing, wherever possible.

General Government guidelines encourage regular hand washing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Use a hand sanitiser whenever soap and water are not available.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your elbow when you cough or sneeze and then place the tissue in a bin as soon as possible.