Ruter will control how many passengers can board their means of transport in Oslo. Seats will be marked that passengers can sit on.
These are some of the measures Ruter are introducing to ensure recommended infection control and help passengers keep a metre away on board. The measures mean that the capacity of buses, trams, subways and boats are greatly reduced.
The CEO of Ruter, Bernt Reitan Jenssen, reminds that the government’s call to avoid travelling collectively if one does not have to, still applies.
“Pupils and people with critical and important social functions are now the priority to travel to and from work and school,” says Jenssen.
Since Monday, Ruter has been running according to the regular timetable to increase the total capacity with the current infection control measures.
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