Stagecoach Manchester has confirmed its arrangements for bus services running over the forthcoming bank holiday weekend.
The bus company say it will be running a Sunday service from the current temporary timetables across Greater Manchester on Monday (May 25).
It adds that it is to serve key workers who need to travel, as a result of the Covid-19 and government advice to limit all non-essential travel.
You can view the current temporary timetables by clicking here.
In line with the latest government guidance, Stagecoach say it has put in place further measures to help passengers practise social distancing, which includes limiting the available seats on buses.
The company said: "The safety of our customers and employees is our priority, so please avoid busy times, wear a face covering if you can, use contactless payment and take your litter with you."
Earlier this month, the company also introduced an exact fare system, where it will only be accepting exact change as cash payments for fares on its buses - for passengers who can only pay by cash. Read more here.
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