PHOTO: All corona warnings and signs are being removed from Oslo’s public transport

Raymond Johansen - Sirin StavPhoto: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB
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On Monday, work began on the removal of all traces of the corona pandemic in public transport in Oslo. Politicians also helped remove tape and posters.

After Norway reopened on Saturday, the country returned to normal everyday life – also in public transport in the capital. In the Ruter area, all traces of the coronavirus pandemic will be removed in more than 1,500 buses, as well as subway cars, trams, and ships.

City Council chief Raymond Johansen (APParty) and Transport and Environment Councilor Sirin Stav (MDG) spent part of their working time on Monday participating in the clean-up work and tearing away corona stickers and posters.

“We want to get people to travel by public transport again, so all traces reminiscent of the corona must be removed,” Ruter wrote in a press release.

City Council chief Raymond Johansen (AP) and City Councilor for the Environment and Transport Sirin Stav (MDG) working hard on preparing public transport for normal everyday life. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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