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Road 97 Boden-Luleå

Bus traffic between Boden and Luleå are affected by the redevelopment of road 97.
Plan for longer travel time and, if possible, choose an earlier departure by bus.

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Travelers are encouraged to wear face mask

2021-01-05

It is the passenger’s responsibility to procure face mask prior to their necessary journey from 7 January 2021. However, Länstrafiken plans, in accordance with the recommendation, to offer travelers a face mask upon presentation of a valid ticket. The face masks are for those who have not had the opportunity to arrange their own and the number is limited.
The handing out of face mask will take place via Bussgods in the county during regular opening hours as soon as we have the face masks in place.
We will not provide face masks on board the buses and we will not be able to control the use of face mask. The responsibility to follow the recommendation from The Public Health Agency of Sweden lies with the traveler.
Drivers are not covered by the recommendation to wear a face mask.

FAQ about covid-19 (external link The Public Health Agency of Sweden) 

 


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Recommendations on mouth protection in public transport

The government and The Public Health Agency of Sweden have issued a new national guideline for travel by public transport, which will take effect on 7 January.

The new guidelines mean that recommendations for mouth guards will be introduced in public transport during certain times. The Public Health Agency of Sweden will return with a guide on how to introduce oral protection. We await those messages and will return with more details as soon as we know more.

For you who have no choice but to travel by public transport

Keep a distance from drivers and fellow passengers: We ask you to show consideration and keep your distance when you travel with us. Spread out on the bus, keep your distance at the ticket office and at the stop, let those who get off the bus do so before you board yourself.

Avoid traveling during rush hour: Here you as a traveler have a personal responsibility by waiting for the next bus or choosing another mode of transport if it is crowded on the bus that arrives. Keep in mind that travel usually increases towards the weekend (Fridays and Sundays), so choose another travel day if possible.

Buy digital tickets. We ask you to buy your ticket in advance via the app or load the bus card in our web shop.

Only boarding in the middle / back door of the bus. Validation of a ticket / purchase of a ticket takes place at the front door where the ticket machine is placed in the doorway. Then you get off the bus and get on board via the middle / back door.

Buses/departures to keep an extra eye on

These departures usually have many travelers. Choose another departure if possible.

Bus 14:
Dep 06:55 from Luleå
Dep 15:10 from Luleå
Dep 14:30 from Piteå Strömbacka
Dep 16:00 from Piteå Bstn

Bus 28:
Dep 07:05 from Boden

Bus 28:
Dep 07:05 from Boden

Bus 32:
Dep 07:45 Älvsbyn Västermalm (mondays)

Bus 44:
Dep 05.50 from Jokkmokk to Luleå

Bus 50:
Dep 14.00 from Kiruna to Vittangi

Bus 61:
Dep 06.35 from Överkalix to Kalix

General recommendations

Together we can curb the infection. It is important that we continue to follow the general advice:

  • Stay home even if you just feel a little sick.
  • Keep a distance from others both indoors and outdoors.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water.
  • Refrain from social contexts with a larger number of participants.
  • Work from home if possible.
  • Test yourself for symptoms.
  • Visitation restrictions apply at Norrbotten Hospital.

Everyone in Sweden has a responsibility to prevent the spread of covid-19.

According to the Infection Control Act, everyone in Sweden has a responsibility to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as covid-19. Here is information on what you need to keep in mind when traveling within the country:
https://www.krisinformation.se/detta-kan-handa/handelser-och-storningar/20192/myndigheterna-om-det-nya-coronaviruset/inrikesresor-och-kollektivtrafik

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