Mala transport and quarantines will continue to put the brakes on the local public, but there is a first sign of improvement
PISA – Mala transport and quarantines remains to put the brakes on the local public. Also for tomorrow there will be reductions to the urban and extra-urban services of Autolinee Toscane throughout the region.
Throughout Tuscany “There are 538 absences caused, directly or resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic – says Autolinee Toscane – Last Friday they were 659, yesterday 585. A first sign of decline, which we hope will be confirmed in the coming days”.
In the province of Pisa, 44 drivers are currently missing, with 28 uncovered driving shifts.
“Autolinee Toscane – the company announced – is continuing to do everything to ensure essential journeys, reshaping the service programming and giving priority to school and commuter races, asking those who can work to work overtime”.
For what concern urban service, reductions in service frequencies on all lines and cancellations in all time slots are planned for tomorrow in Pisa.
For what concern suburban service repercussions are expected on the 190 line with the cancellation of the Pisa – Pontedera service at 6pm and the Pontedera – Pisa service at 6.50pm.