Public Transport and Car Parking

Public transport users must wear face-masks

You can get on buses and trams only if you are wearing a face-mask or other protection over your mouth and nose (e.g. a scarf or neck-warmer). The driver has the right to tell you to leave the vehicle if you get on without any face protection.

Buses and trams are regularly disinfected

After returning to the depot, public transport vehicles are disinfected with virus-deactivating sprays containing chlorine.

Temporary ban on ticket sales by drivers

We recommend that bus and tram passengers buy their tickets in advance or pay via SMS by sending an empty text to the number 1166.

The City is having bus-stops disinfected

So long as the weather conditions are suitable, the City will ensure that public transport stops are regularly disinfected.

We are disinfecting streets and pavements

Streets and pavements throughout the city are undergoing regular disinfaction with chlorine-based spray. The most-frequented public areas have priority.

We are disinfecting pedestrian crossing buttons

With increased personal safety in mind, pedestrian crossing buttons at traffic-lights are also being disinfected.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

 

Are the police really imposing 50 euro fines on people caught using public transport without a face-mask on?

No, this information which was spread on the internet is not true. But if you try to get on a bus or tram with no form of face protection, the driver has the right to order you off the vehicle.