Masks would have been a small price to pay for the abolition of social distancin

A York Pullman Alexander Dennis Enviro200 displays ‘Face coverings must be worn,’ on July 23. Many operators continue to insist on face coverings, but with no legal requirement, drivers could be placed in a difficult position.

At long last, life appears to be returning to normal, as the many restrictions on travel, socialising and events have been lifted. Even introverts are desperate for a party to cure 16 months of cabin-fever, and as I write this I’m looking forward to attending Buses Festival, which I’m sure I’ll be writing about next issue.

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