Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation Modifies Mandatory Face Mask Requirement

With the subsiding of the COVID-19 threat in Taiwan and in compliance with the directives of Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, the Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC) announced that it will be easing mandatory face mask requirements for MRT ...

Common details. Lifting restrictions. Moscow.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Moscow, the city has put the city services on alert, ordering self-isolation for those returning from all countries, mass events were banned, schools began distance learning, all people over 65 were ordered to ...

Budapest is gradually opening up from Monday, May 18

From May 18, the government is lifting the curfew restrictions imposed due to the novel coronavirus epidemic in Budapest as well, with measures in the capital to follow the rest of the country with a two-week delay. The number of those ...

Budapest’s cyclists broke new records

Daily records were broken on Saturday, May 9, at several examined cyclist lanes in Budapest – the growth of bicycle traffic can be felt throughout the city. In contrast to the dramatic decline in car and public transport, bicycle traffic has ...

Overview of the epidemiological measures taken by the City of Budapest (as of April 29, 2020)

Mayor Gergely Karácsony reported on the epidemiological measures introduced in Budapest at a meeting hosted by the Parliamentary Welfare Committee. PRIORITIES: Reducing the spread of the virus, promoting social distancing Protecting our ...

Taipei City to Issue Monthly NT$8000-per-bus Subsidy to Bus Operators

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a severe impact upon bus companies and city bus operations. During the press conference on April 24, Deputy Mayor Huang Shan-shan announced a subsidy of NT$8,000 ...

Mandatory face cover in Budapest

As of 27 April, wearing protective masks or face covers is mandatory on public transport, in shops, markets, shopping centers and taxis. During the pandemic, residents can help each other by protecting themselves and others from infection. The ...

MRT Service – Contingency Measures to Respond to the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

I. Stage 1 - No Confirmed Domestic Cases: Follow health authorities’ guidelines on epidemic prevention; Use the MRT promotion system to promote correct epidemic prevention measures through broadcasts, light boxes, and tickers on TV screens; ...

Temporary bike lanes in Budapest

The Municipality of Budapest has decided to establish temporary bicycle lanes on some important routes. The capital’s aim with this decision is to help its residents by providing them an alternative and safer way to ...

Regulation changes in Budapest’s public transport

It is in the interest of Budapest’s citizens to protect the health of our colleagues operating the public transport vehicles. Without them, we cannot guarantee a smooth service. In order to protect the drivers, passengers are no longer allowed to ...

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