In conjunction with the infection prevention measure rules being eased again, we have gathered information below about traveling by public transport in the time of corona.
It is safe to travel by public transport. For short tips we recommend that you walk or use a bicycle.
When you travel by public transport, we still ask you to follow the guidelines below:
The government removed the national injunction to wear a face mask on public transport when it is not possible to keep at least 1 meter distance from Saturday 12 February 2022 at 10.
The first seat rows in buses may be closed off. All other seats on the buses, express boats and ferries can be used as normal. On buses with standing places, these can also be used.
All public transport passengers have their own responsibility to ensure infection prevention, both before you board and during the trip. And we ask everyone to follow our guidelines for traveling by public transport.
We encourage everyone who can to buy a ticket in advance. This provides the most efficient handling on board, which reduces the risk of infection. You can buy tickets in the FRAM app, through the online store and at the traffic terminals. You can refill your travel card in the online store and at the traffic terminals.
Normally, you can pay with a bank card and cash, use a travel card and read the ticket purchased in the FRAM app on the ticket readers in the buses and express boats.
Note! As of 2 February at 12 the front doors on all buses will be open. In those areas where the front doors are open, it is possible to buy a ticket and read/activate a ticket on board.
Note! Payment by text message is no longer possible from 3 February at 8.
Note! Ticketing continue to take place by number plate recognition. There is no manual payment with a ferry card nor cash to the crew on the ferry. This will apply to all county road ferries until further notice.
FRAM Customer Center is available to answer your questions about the public transport schedule on +47 71 28 01 00.
The buses, express boats and ferries run as normal without cancellations due to infection prevention measures.
Note! In the event of high absenteeism among the drivers/crew as a result of the pandemic, there may be canceled departures in the public transport service.