The Dutch government would like students to stay off public transport at peak times in the coming academic year
Groningen’s educational institutions, schools, and universities have come together to draw up a timetable for public transport, along with the business community. As a result, students could continue to use buses and trains more than the Dutch government itself is proposing.
The organisation ‘Groningen Bereikbaar’ has made its own plan for the distribution of crowds in public transport, needed because of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, and the Dutch government’s various regulations around the Coronavirus.
The proposal is a response to the government’s plan to allow students to travel by public transport only between 11:00 and 15:00 in the coming school year.