September 15th, 2020
From Thursday 17 September, the University will be increasing our Hopper Bus service.
We have had to change many of our services to be able to continue to support some of our more remote locations, and we would encourage staff and students to instead use active travel to make short journeys where appropriate.
Travelling by bus is a little different right now, however all our buses are COVID-19 secure and safe to travel on. They are running at reduced capacity to support social distancing with one person per row of two seats and face coverings must be worn, exceptions apply.
Please note when a bus has reached capacity it won’t stop at any stops unless passengers wish to alight.
Key changes to services include:
901 – Sutton Bonington Service
902 – King’s Meadow Services
903 – Jubilee Campus
904 – Royal Derby Hospital
Passenger behaviour and travel patterns will continue to be monitored and the services will be reviewed on a regular basis in conjunction with faculties.
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