NBRU call for mandatory face coverings on public transport

NBRU call for mandatory face coverings on public transport

Once again the NBRU leads the call for extra driver safety by urging government to make wearing of face coverings on public transport mandatory.In the video below we hear from drivers and NBRU branch Chairman Sean Yeates expressing their concerns as the lockdown eases...
Fianna Fail leader responds to NBRU Correspondence

Fianna Fail leader responds to NBRU Correspondence

Once again NBRU at the front in ensuing transport workers concerns are communicated at the highest level. Please click the link and read response from Fianna Fail leader to NBRU: NRBU (2)
Taoiseach responds to NBRU general secretary.

Taoiseach responds to NBRU general secretary.

NBRU call for mandatory face coverings on public transport

NBRU SURVEYS ROUTES FOR SOCIAL DISTANCE/FACECOVERING COMPLIANCE

This morning NBRU reps across the city monitored routes our general secretary Dermot O’Leary said Just one percent of passengers were seen wearing facemasks on public transport this morning. Reps from the National Bus and Rail Union surveyed commuters’ travel...
Drivers concerned about increased passenger numbers and not wearing face coverings.

Drivers concerned about increased passenger numbers and not wearing face coverings.

Ringsend bus driver Fiona lowry and Nbru general secretary speak about their fears for drivers as government refuse union calls for mandatory face masks. Click below to listen:
Re: Reopening Society & Business & Strategy for Increased Public Transport Usage

Re: Reopening Society & Business & Strategy for Increased Public Transport Usage

Re opening of Society     14th May 2020   Re: Reopening Society & Business & Strategy for Increased Public Transport Usage Dear Sirs,   With the imminent arrival of 18th May and phase 1 of the easement of restrictions being implemented,...