Public transport

Several measures have been taken for the use of public transport in order to minimise the spread of COVID-19 among the population. Every employee and user of public transport has to abide by these measures for everyone's health, that of travellers and of drivers.

Wearing a mask is compulsory at all times in public transport, with the exception of the driver if a distance of two metres can be respected, or if a partition separates him from the passengers.

The front door of the bus remains closed. Travellers are requested to get on and off the bus by using the back doors.

The first row of seats must remain unoccupied as far as possible.

The driver does not sell tickets (RegioZone).

Travellers are requested to keep a distance between each other.

FAQ

Am I allowed to sit next to someone else on public transport?

On public transport, just as everywhere else, make sure to maintain a distance and respect the precautionary measures whenever possible. Sit alone, leaving an empty seat next to you if possible.

How to avoid catching the virus on public transport?

It is important to keep your distance and respect protective measures as much as possible. Sit alone, leaving an empty seat next to you if possible.

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