Arriva increases number of buses to help back city and county back to work

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Man driving a bus

(Source: Leicester Mercury)

Arriva has increased the number of buses in service in Leicester and Leicestershire to help people get back to work. The bus company has upped the number of services available in the county after the Government advised workers to get back to work if they cannot work from home. 

An Arriva spokesperson said: “Following further Government advice that people in England who are unable to work from home should now return to work, we have increased many services in the Midlands.

“We will continue to monitor our service levels in line with demand and ongoing advice from the government and public health bodies.

“Following the Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps announcement – from June 15, face coverings are to become mandatory on public transport across England. “From 24 July 24, face coverings must also be worn when inside transport hubs in England, which includes bus stations, interchanges or travel shops.

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