Last updated: 31/07/20 16:37 pm
As of Monday June 29th, Ireland has entered into Phase 3 of the Government’s roadmap for reopening society and business.
The requirement for public transport passengers to wear a face covering has now full legal effect. Further details can be found on the Transport For Ireland website.
Many public transport timetables have already returned to normal. As capacity increases the recommended 2 metre social distancing may not always be possible, therefore wearing a cloth face covering may help prevent anyone who does not know they have the virus from spreading it to fellow passengers and TFI public transport network staff.
For details on the latest operational updates, please click here.
For holders of TaxSaver tickets who continue employment with their current employer, the customer will be offered free travel for a number of months equivalent to the length of time they have been unable to use their ticket as a result of travel restrictions. More details on this can be found on the Transport For Ireland website.
Anyone who enters Ireland via airport or ferry will have to complete an Irish public health passenger locator form.
As always, please continue to be considerate to one another when using public transport, take sensible precautions like regular hand-washing and remember to cough/sneeze into your elbow. TFI and public transport operators continue to follow all public health guidelines issued by the Chief Medical Officer and the HSE.
It is important to ensure you are well-informed. For reliable facts, visit the HSE website.