New passenger rules as more services resume…

New passenger rules as more services resume at Hull Paragon
2020-05-19 13:10:00
More bus and train services have resumed at Hull Paragon Interchange but with a “significant reduction” in capacity to adhere to coronavirus social distancing rules. TransPennine Express, which runs the station, has limited the number of seats available on services to 20 per carriage. Two metre spacing markers have also been placed on floors where queues form and cleaning has stepped up in the most exposed areas. It comes after more bus and train services resumed this week as more people are returning to work following the easing of lockdown restrictions. A spokesperson for TransPennine Express said resumed services would help key workers and other travellers get to their destinations while keeping them safe. Hull Paragon Interchange (Image: Lincolnshire Echo) The spokesperson said: “We have begun running more services to allow key workers and those making essential jou
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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving corona virus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling situation upon our community and its businesses. While we are maintaining to operate a "business as usual" approach, we are taking a number of changes to help protect both you as customers and us as drivers during these difficult times. All of our vehicles are sanitised before and after each journey / dividing screens fitted to separate the rear of the vehicle. We also offer delivery services for local businesses to help get essential items to local customers as well as across the UK.