After nearly a month of being suspended, the Transport Company announced that interprovincial bus services will resume on September 1.
In a report from The Nation, ” a total of 26 routes in the North, Northeast, East and South regions will resume service, with 75 per cent of passenger capacity per trip to comply with Covid-19 control measures.”
Sanyalux Panwattanalikit, president of the Transport Company, announced the relaxation in restrictions following the announcement by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to resume interprovincial travel in “dark red”, or very high risk provinces. However, passengers in public transport will not exceed 75 per cent of capacity.
Passengers wishing to travel can book tickets in advance through https://tcl99web.transport.co.th/Home , at 7-Eleven service counters, or with the Transport Co ticket dealers. They can pay their tickets through “Pao Tang” mobile application under the Half-Half Co-Payment scheme.
The Transport Co 1490 call centre is available 24 hours a day to provide more information.
Source: The Nation
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