6 months ago
Go-Ahead Ireland is doing all is can do to protect its colleagues, customers and the wider community. We are engaging with, and will continue to be guided by, the relevant health and government authorities and agencies to inform decisions throughout the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic .
The following measures and guidelines apply to public transport, and when travelling on Go-Ahead Ireland's service:
- Customers are advised to only travel on public transport when essential, and to plan their journeys as much as possible, and to try and avoid peak hour travel.
- When travelling on public transport it is mandatory to wear a face covering. For more information please read here.
- All Go-Ahead Ireland's vehicles are operating with 50% capacity to allow for social distancing. All customers are required to follow social distancing guidelines when on board public transport and are encouraged to maintain a 2 metre distance.
- We have enhanced cleaning programme in place across our fleet. This includes the sanitising frequently touched surfaces on board. We have also extended our cleaning schedule to include frequent cleaning at the termini points throughout the network. Currently all buses are cleaned throughout the day and every night. The enhanced cleaning programme will be in place for as long as necessary.
We would also like to remind all our customers to help protect themselves and others by practicing good hand and respiratory hygiene while travelling on public transport, in line with HSE guidelines.
Currently all Go-Ahead Ireland services are operating as scheduled. Any updates to services will be posted on our twitter page. For further information customers can also call 1850 80 40 71, these lines are open 0700 - 1900 Monday to Friday, and 0800 - 1800 Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all our colleagues and customers, and the wider community, so would ask all of our customers, to please follow the guidelines set out by the HSE and the Department of Health.
For further information on COVID-19 please visit the HSE website.