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Our most important recommendations

  1.  Consider whether you can  work from home, walking or cycling.
  2. Do not travel if you are ill or have a cold. 
  3. Remember to keep your distance from other travelers.
 

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We follow developments closely and act on the basis of the information and guidelines that come from the Public Health Agency od Sweden and other authorities.

We are making measures to ensure that journeys are as safe as possible.

Measures to reduce the spread of infection:

  • More traffic in rush hour to reduce on-board congestion.
  • Information on vehicles, shops and travel centres.
  • We've put protective glass in our stores' checkouts.
  • Announcements on vehicles that inform to avoid unnecessary travel.
  • On buses and trams, the front doors are closed and the area closest to the driver is closed.
  • Ticket inspectors has a face mask during ticket control.
  • Ticket inspectors and customer hosts offer hand liquor to travelers.
  • You can not buy a ticket from the driver.
  • Informants at stops help customers keep their distance and inform about the next departure to spread travel on more vehicles.

Our staff as drivers, ticket inspectors or customer hosts cannot physically prevent customers from boarding. But they'll tell you when it's crowded on board.

On boats, the staff counts all customers and can also refuse more people to board if the boat is crowded.

You may need to get on buses and trams through the doors in the middle or at the back. We have given our traffic companies the opportunity to take such measures to reduce the anxiety that many drivers feel so they feel safe and can continue to do their important work.

Our vehicles, travel centres, stations and stops are cleaned as usual, which means that they are cleaned every day.

Do not travel with us if you are sick. If you are at risk, you should also avoid public transport.

We encourage you to consider working from home. We also encourage you to cycle and walk if possible.

Local services (Närtrafik), Flex traffic and pre-ordered lines

  • You may not travel if you have cold symptoms or found Covid-19.
  • You always travel alone or with your travelling companion in the vehicle to reduce the risk of infection.
  • Feel free to wear a mouth guard if you are over 16 years old.
  • Order your trip as usual.
  • You can book a trip for yourself or for several people at the same time.
  • You're always in the back seat. The front seat is closed.
  • If there are three persons travelling, you will sit in the back seat. If you are four people, an additional vehicle is booked or you will receive a different vehicle type.

Hospital trips and Transport service

  • You order your trip as usual.
  • You may not travel if you have cold symptoms or found Covid-19.
  • Feel free to wear a mouth guard if you are over 16 years old.
  • You always travel alone or with your travelling companion in the vehicle to reduce the risk of infection.
  • You're always in the back seat. The front seat is off.
  • The driver wears a visor in situations that require a short distance to those travelling. For example, when seat belts should be fastened or helpful when on or off. For road safety reasons, the driver does not wear a visor while driving.

School travel taxi

  • You may not travel if you have cold symptoms or found Covid-19.
  • Children born in 2005 and later travel as usual.
  • Young people born in 2004 and previously travel a maximum of two in a passenger car and a maximum of three in special vehicles.
  • It is the responsibility of the guardian to cancel the child's or youth's journey in case of symptoms.
  • Feel free to wear a mouth guard if you are over 16 years old.
  • The driver wears a visor in situations that require a short distance to those travelling. For example, when seat belts should be fastened or helpful when on or off. For road safety reasons, the driver does not wear a visor while driving.

Transport service to and from day and care activities

  • You may not travel if you have cold symptoms or found Covid-19.
  • You travel a maximum of two in a passenger car and a maximum of three in special vehicles.
  • Feel free to wear a mouth guard if you are over 16 years old.
  • The driver wears a visor in situations that require a short distance to those travelling. For example, when seat belts should be fastened or helpful when on or off. For road safety reasons, the driver does not wear a visor while driving.

What to do if you are sick but have to get to the hospital

Contact 1177 or your healthcare provider if you have symptoms or confirmed infection and need to get to the care.
Sick trips during the pandemic – 1177 Care Guide

Contact us if you have any questions

If you have any questions, please contact our Pre-ordered traffic Customer Service.

Phone: 020-919090 (tone dial 4)

E-mail: synpunkt.anrop@vasttrafik.se

 

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