Next week, Scotland enters Level 0 so here’s what you need to know.
We are operating our normal timetable, that’s services from every seven minutes. This means there are more than enough services to keep up with demand.
Please continue to wear a face covering (unless exempt), wash/sanitise your hands before and after your journey and try to stay at least 1m apart. If the volume of other customers makes you feel uncomfortable, why not wait until the next tram.
You’ll be seeing more of our Ticket Inspectors who’ll continue to check your tickets, smartcards and mtickets without contact. Please be kind to them as they go about their duties.
We’re still keeping our windows and doors open to make sure there is as much fresh air circulating as possible. If you see a closed window, please help us to help you and others by opening it.
Please avoid using the doors and seating area near the Driver’s cab as these are restricted to provide a safe area for our colleagues.
Lea Harrison, Managing Director at Edinburgh Trams said:
“Whatever your reason for travel, we’re here when you need us. With customer numbers less than half of what we would normally see, there’s plenty of room to ensure everyone feels safe.
“We’re looking forward to 9 August when it is hoped physical distancing restrictions will be removed, which will be another step closer to the experience we are all used to."
To find out more about our latest travel advice, click here.