The public transport service by bus Orleans Express will reopen its Montreal-Quebec city from Friday, announced the parent company, Keolis Canada.
This business recovery will be gradual for the other connections in the province. The company justified its decision by the growing demand of its customers back on the road.
“Everything indicates that the roads will be taken over by the holiday makers this summer. It was the ideal opportunity to rediscover the regions of the province, to visit family and friends and experience new activities”, indicated by way of a press release Pierre-Paul Pharand, president and ceo of Keolis Canada.
Hygiene measures must be respected on board of vehicles of the fleet. Wearing a mask will be mandatory during the trip, and the social distancing will do.
Children will not be allowed to travel alone, while passengers will not be able to consume food on board the bus. The toilet will not be opened and only online payments will be accepted.