The 3 most important DKV news. DKV is celebrating The Day of Transport Culture with a special run, the bus schedule in Debrecen has changed again, and you can get on the front doors again.
On the 11th of May, passengers may visit an interactive exhibition on the “Bengal” tram, which will illustrate the cultured transportation and its absence.
Since 2015, the 11th of May has been The Day of Transport Culture, to which DKV has also joined. On this day, the transport sector is drawing attention with a national action to every day be the day of cultured transport.
The nationwide action aims widely disseminate safe and eco-conscious forms of transport behavior, involve the population receptive to cultured transport, and present the diversity of a tolerant transport culture.
At the event, DKV will launch a special “Tényleg szerettek így utazni?! … a szemléltető szemét” (Do you really like to travel like this?! … The illustrating litter) tram run on the 11th of May.
Trams depart from the Nagyállomás at the following times:
- Tram number 1: 2:02 pm and 3:46 pm
- Tram number 2: 2:46 pm and 4:30 pm
The trams can be used in compliance with the epidemiological rules in force.
Due to the mitigation of emergency restrictions imposed due to the pandemic period, classroom education for upper elementary and high school students will resume on the 10th of May. However, tertiary education still does not switch to attendance education. The company is introducing schedule changes to adapt to changing travel needs.
The following changes are effective from today:
- The schedule of trolleybuses and trams will not change.
- The transport company of Debrecen is carrying out a significant compression in the bus schedule.
- Extra runs will run on the routes number 13, 24, 24Y, 25, 125, 25Y, 125Y, 33, 33E, 35, 35E, 35Y, 36, 36E and 43 during rush hours.
DKV Ltd. emphasized in its announcement that to avoid crowdedness, if necessary, the company will launch further runs in addition to the announced flights.
DKV will repristinate the first door take-on order on all buses and trolleybuses on the 10th of May. It is possible to buy a ticket from the drivers again, DKV said.
The front rows of seats behind the drivers will continue to be locked. The company will again designate a protection zone behind the driver’s box. They also ask passengers not to be in the red lane behind the driver’s box on the floor of the vehicle, thus securing distance for drivers.