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Covid-19 Related Information

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Bus Service Information

Bus services levels are being increased as more people begin to travel more to get to work and for leisure. Bus operators in Lincolnshire are working to ensure you safety on board and although capacity on buses still remains limited you can travel but  all passengers should follow Government travel safely advice.

When you travel please wait at the stop at a safe distance from others, paying the fare either use right change or contactless payment and not sitting next to others while travelling on the bus, helps to keep you and others safe.

From Monday 15th June, you must wear a face covering while travelling on public transport. For more details on government guidelines please see below.

Please note that due to the frequent changes to bus service schedules, the timetables at bus stations and bus stops may not be showing the current timetable. Always check your journey times online or with the operator.

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