Norfolk County Council has put together a list of links to assist local residents with finding the latest information about what public transport services are operating in the local area. The document offers links to the most up-to-date source of information, as bus operators have been changing services at relatively short notice as they react to official government guidance and the latest situation (please note that most bus stop information on the street will not be up to date). Members of the public who are having trouble accessing essential services or supplies are advised to call the Norfolk helpline (0344 800 8020).
Meanwhile, Hoveton Parish Council has been contacted by Konectbus Ltd with an update on the action Konectbus is taking during the current COVID-19 emergency. Konectbus has introduced emergency timetables that aim to support the government advice about reducing the number of people at work and travelling – particularly on public transport. Their objective is to provide transport for key workers and access to food shops and medical facilities for those who depend upon them. Photocopied timetables will be available on the buses. For those travelling, Konectbus has enhanced cleaning and wipe downs on their buses and usage is very low, enabling 2m distances to be maintained. For more information and the latest service updates, visit www.konectbus.co.uk/coronavirus.