During the coronavirus restrictions, Transport for Wales helped important workers get to work and ensured that NHS workers could travel for free. Last week, the Welsh Government published guidelines for operators and guidelines for the safe use of public transport. On 1 June, the Welsh Government published updated guidelines for operators on „revitalising public transport.“ These include information on risk assessment and physical de-settling, as well as updated guidelines for the public on travel safety, including on public transport. … The agreement underpinning the BES aims to mark the beginning of an ongoing partnership between operators and public bodies to enable an overhaul of Wales` bus network and support the management and interaction between modes of transport, including smart ticketing, route harmonisation and integrated time trial planning. „This reinforces the social and economic benefits of the southern metro and also provides sustainable, cleaner and encouraging public transport for people to get out of their cars. The view doesn`t stop there, but the whole world has been closed for six months. An itv poll from Wales in early June showed that 78% of respondents are concerned about the use of public transport, as the blockage is supposed to end. Safety is a major concern for public transport workers and passengers. With regard to the increase in HIV mortality rates among men in general, ONS data for England and Wales indicate that, up to 20 April 2020, for the working-age population, „road drivers, including male taxi drivers and taxi drivers, had some of the highest mortality rates with COVID-19“ „These new agreements are the end of the complex franchising system. passengers return to a more punctual and coordinated railway.
„The current British government has talked a lot about levelling. Wales is a relatively poor country, but if we could associate it with other long-term investments that would go a long way in the levelling. They have a public transportation infrastructure that needs to be modernized to support the economy, and there is a strong argument, but I would not be in any other way of looking at how hard the negotiations would be. At the end of May, the Welsh Government announced that „the use of public transport is about 95% lower than in the same period of the previous year.“ To save lives, we asked that people travel only when needed. This has been essential to the health of our nation and it is right that we should be careful before encouraging the increase in the number of passengers on public transport. The response of public policies will be essential to ensure the future of public transport.