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DKV has been monitoring passenger traffic closely and continuously since the onset of the pandemic. Due to the ordering of the emergency and the related provisions, we changed the schedule of our rides on Monday, November 23, from the start of operations, the company writes in a statement.
Buses, trolleybuses and trams run on a school break, working day schedule. In the morning and afternoon, additional rides were added to the schedule.
Even after the introduction of the school holidays and the working day schedule, the travel needs in the morning and afternoon peak periods are constantly monitored on the entire line network.
If the utilization of the given rides exceeds 50%, an additional support ride will be launched in addition to the schedule, also taking into account the legal requirements. Thus, the traffic compression required by the government will continue to be provided on the required lines, DKV adds.