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Commuters advised to walk or cycle instead of using public transport as country re-opens – NTA

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has urged the public to walk or cycle as alternatives to public transport as the country re-opens.

The advice comes ahead of the next phase of the government’s roadmap for lifting Covid-19 restrictions, which is widely expected to begin on 29th June.

There will continually be an increased in public transport use over the next few weeks and overcrowding should be avoided.

Social distancing on public transport can be difficult to obtain, therefore limiting the number of people is essential.


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