These services are running again • Protection measures on public transport • Cleanliness on trains a
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On 11 May, Switzerland’s transport companies will be significantly expanding their service offer. SBB is also reinstating various long-distance and regional connections. More services also mean more passengers. Therefore, the public transport sector has developed protection measures. To ensure safe travel, SBB is also increasing cleaning frequencies on trains and at stations.

Here you can find all the important information.
 
These connections will be reintroduced.
In line with the Federal Council’s strategy for easing coronavirus restrictions, reinstatement of a more comprehensive public transport service offer has been underway since the end of April. Since then, SBB has also been incrementally returning to regular timetabled operations.
You can find more information and a list of the services concerned here.
 
How to protect yourself on public transport.
Together with the other public transport companies and on the basis of the stipulations of the FOPH, SBB has developed a protection plan which will be implemented from 11 May 2020. Transport companies are counting on their customers to show personal responsibility and solidarity. When a distance of two metres cannot be maintained, the wearing of protective masks is recommended. You can obtain these at various shops at SBB railway stations and elsewhere.
You can find all protection measures for travel on public transport here.
 
On trains and at stations: cleanliness and protecting health.
If you have now gone back to travelling by train and using stations frequently, you can rest assured: SBB is fully committed to protecting your health and has intensified its cleaning operations. In particular, all surfaces you touch are now being cleaned more frequently and intensively by SBB. These include buttons, handles, handrails, benches, information points and ticket machines. In additional, SBB is providing hand sanitiser dispensers for you at larger stations.
Other steps SBB is taking to protect your health.
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