In recent weeks the issue of public transport has become particularly acute in Lviv. Since the beginning of September, buses, trolleybuses and trams have been overcrowded, ignoring quarantine rules. And yet, they still can’t cope with the flow of passengers, who sometimes wait in line for hours to get on a overcrowded minibus.
Electric transport has no use. There are so many people in the lines, waiting for trams or trolleybuses that it makes no sense for drivers to stop at the third or fourth stop.
Only few people follow the “mask” regime and absolutely no one can physically keep the social distance. The Municipal guard, which was supposed to monitor the observance of quarantine measures in the city and transport in particular, traditionally ignores the problem.