DON’T MISS THE LONG-TERM GOAL

With so many minds focused on surviving and ending the coronavirus pandemic, it is easy to forget that sometime in the future — we hope in the not-too-distant future — we emerge from it all into something more closely resembling normal life.
 
If compulsory facemasks end the drastic restrictions upon passenger numbers, will governments renew their commitment to boosting bus travel?
MARK LYONS

A normality in which, besides a great many other important things, bus travel is no longer bound by surreal rules that restrict the capacity of a double-decker to around 20 socially distant passengers, a single-decker to maybe half that number.

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