The Costa de Huelva Metropolitan Transport Consortium announces from July the bus services for the demand for travel to the coastal towns of Matalascanas, Mazagon, Punta Umbria, El Portil, El Rompido, La Antilla, Islantilla, Isla Canela and Punta del Moral.
And as every summer season the routes with an exclusive summer calendar are put into service to attend to the travel demands of the local residents of the area and by visitors and tourists. This means the services that connect the Sevillian capital with the coastal towns are increased. The night services Almonte, El Rocio, Matalascanas, Bollullos Par del Condado, Rociana, Matalascanas, Huelva, Aljaraque, Punta Umbria will operate on weekends. This service will be expanded as demand grows. Additional services may also be used from other points if necessary.
This year due to the special circumstances derived from the Covid-19 pandemic there is a certain change in the number of passengers in Huelva who so far travel to the beaches mainly during the weekend, and at certain times given the opening conditions of the coast, so the service has been adjusted to this situation. To check the evolution of the situation, daily demand monitoring is carried out in order to detect possible changes in transport needs and expand and reorganize the services when necessary.
In this way, the Company wants to guarantee the bus service of all popular town centers and that the municipalities with the highest demand can have their services increased.
The entire timetable of services and their possible extensions or changes is available on the Compants website www.cthu.es in the user information system of the Andalusian Transport Consortium Network siu.cthu.es and in the Transport of Andalusia application, as well as on the telephone number 955 038665
In bus travel all seats can be occupied although whenever possible during quiet times maximum separation will be used between passengers.
Furthermore passengers are reminded of the safety distance in the bus stations and that the use of face masks is still mandatory. Although cash will be accepted the use of the transport card as a means of payment is still recommended.
In addition an action protocol for extra cleaning and disinfecting vehicles, bus stations and other facilities associated with public passenger transport is in force as preventive public health measures.