COVID 19 has made many people very weary of travelling on public transport. One of the measures to make buses and trains less likely to spread disease has been to improve ventilation.
Now a company in the UK is taking the opportunity for ventilation to the limit.
Bus company Snap is currently testing a new service that would ferry Londoners to and from work using some of the city’s 233 roof-less tourist buses. Up till now Snap has just
run a fleet of on demand buses.
The service is still in development. Snap is currently going through a crowdsourcing process, taking details of people interested in the service to calculate which routes might have highest demand.
Prices are expected to run at the same cost as an average tube journey with multiple pick-up and drop off points for passengers but far fewer stops than the average bus.
Im David Brown
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