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News Railways, Flights, And Roadways Bus New Rules From 1st June

Railways, Flights, And Roadways Bus New Rules From 1st June

According to the ongoing condition of coronavirus, it seems that the country has to face the effect for a long time. However, to manage this situation the government is continuously putting effort. Meantime the news is making headlines that there are some changes in the transport that can be conducted on 1st June. These changes include facilities related to railways, roadways buses, and airlines.

Airlines

The airline GoAir is scheduled to start its domestic flights from June 1. The airline must follow government instructions and regulations. Recently, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri had said that domestic passenger flights have already started across the country from May 25, but for this, passengers and airlines will have to follow certain rules.

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Train Services

Railways have announced the running of 200 trains from 1 June. Actually the number of trains is 100, but including up and down trains they are overall 200. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had given information in this regard. Bookings for these trains also started from the next day of the announcement, although most trains have a waiting list.

Roadways Buses

Uttar Pradesh Roadways buses can start from June 1. Before boarding the bus, it will be necessary to wear a passenger’s mask. The bus will have a sanitizer bottle in front of the conductor’s seat. Passengers will board the bus only after sanitizing. The conductor and driver will receive a separate sanitizer bottle. However, as a precaution, the bus will carry only half passengers.

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