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TFGM Message
« on: 19:31:46, 27/03/20 »
Thank you for continuing to support the government’s message to stay at home to save lives and protect the NHS.
Do not travel unless it is essential - public transport must only be used for trips that are absolutely necessary for work, to get supplies, to care for others or for medical reasons.

Train, tram and bus services have been reduced to make sure they can be maintained for essential workers and to protect frontline staff. All our Travelshops, excluding Eccles and Altrincham, have now closed until further notice.

If you must travel, wash your hands before and after using public transport, use a tissue if you cough or sneeze, and use contactless payments if possible.

Thank you for your cooperation. We’ve already seen a significant decrease in passengers across Greater Manchester. By staying at home and only travelling when absolutely essential, you’re protecting each other, protecting our staff, protecting the NHS and saving lives.
Further changes to transport services are likely next week. If you have any questions or would like more information, please visit our dedicated Coronavirus webpage or call the TfGM Contact Centre on 0161 244 1000.
Please share this message with your friends and family, colleagues, partners and members, and we’ll continue to keep you updated.
Stephen Rhodes
Customer Director
Transport for Greater Manchester
« Last Edit: 19:35:44, 27/03/20 by celeste »
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Re: TFGM Message
« Reply #1 on: 06:58:50, 10/04/20 »
Ah transport for Greater Manchester, the main players in the push for the congestion charge a few years back