In the Covid-19 section you will find all the information about the new normality on public transport.
Do I have to wear a mask when traveling on public transport?
The use of the mask is mandatory on the public transport network: on buses and at bus stops, on trains and all metro installations (halls, platforms, corridors and escalators).
Have transport timetables changed?
Yes, the metro network operates on a fixed timetable from 5 in the morning to 12 midnight, Monday to Sunday. The "non-stop" service from Saturday to Sunday on the metro has been suspended until further notice.
Check out the current timetable.
Can I buy a single ticket on the bus?
Drivers are protected by screens and ticket sales are suppressed. At Purchase and validation on the bus, you will find detailed information on tickets and travel cards that you can use to travel by bus and how and where you can buy and validate them.
How can I find out about the level of occupancy?
To avoid crowds, a new information system has been implemented that allows checking the estimated train and bus occupancy data in real time. We recommend that before you access the metro facilities or get on a bus, you check the occupancy and follow the recommendations. Please consider that estimated occupancy rates could be affected in the event of unexpected incidents in the service.