A vital Fife bus service providing door-to-door transport for those with reduced mobility will return on Monday following the coronavirus lockdown.
The Fife Council operated Fifebus will run with a revised service across the Kingdom, between 9am – 5.30pm Monday to Sunday.
Passengers will be required to book 24 hours in advance of their journey, with Sunday and Monday bookings to be made the Friday before.
To ensure both service users and staff are kept safe, a range of Covid-19 protection measures will be in place, including PPE for staff, enhanced cleaning and social distancing measures.
This will mean the service will be restricted to two passengers at a time.
As with other public transport services, passengers will be required to wear a face covering while travelling, unless they have an exempt medical condition.
Councillor Altany Craik, welcomed the return of the service and said: "Fife Council continues to review its activities to maintain critical services to Fifers, in line with updates from the government about Covid-19."
To book a seat, visit fife.gov.uk/fifebus
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