Passengers on trams will be able to use the front door again

Some limits on passenger service on buses and trams were lifted on Monday, May 17th as a result of the weakening of anti-epidemic measures. On urban and suburban trains, passengers will be able to enter through the front door and occupy the previously inaccessible front rows of seats.

The mode of stopping at demand stops has been unified. If there are passengers at the stop, buses and trams can stop there. To exit, click the STOP button as soon as you’ve left the previous stop.

The majority of the original COVID-19 pandemic interventions, such as eliminating extra sales of a ticket by the bus drivers, and requiring to cover the nose and mouth with a respirator or nano mask in all areas of public transportation, are still in effect.