As the COVID-19 outbreak increases across India, more and more places are being put under lockdown once again in an effort to avoid the catch of the deadly virus. The announcement of No more lockdown in Bengaluru was made by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Karnataka state on 22nd July 2020 (Wednesday). The time-period lockdown in the city Bengaluru, which has come to an end on the morning of July 22 and it will not be extended further, except in containment zones and the complete guidelines on restrictions to be adopted after unlocking in place. The following travel restrictions will not apply after lockdown release.
- The new rules come into effect from 1st September 2020. According to these guidelines, there will be no more restrictions on inter-state passenger and goods movement. This applies to students, laborers, transit travelers, business travelers, etc.
- There will be no registration for themselves on the Seva Sindhu portal before opting for the travel. Also, there will be no mandatory screening or check-up at state borders, airports, railway stations, bus stations, or district receiving centers.
- Individuals who travel Karnataka will no longer have to undergo mandatory isolation and testing or 14-days home quarantine.
- General Public transports like buses, metros, and taxis will now be allowed to begin the services.
- Private and government sectors will now drastically to open and operate. Since people will not need a travel ePass.
- Shops that are selling very essential products such as groceries, vegetables, and milk will be able to operate beyond 12 PM.
What is the right way to travel in Bangalore after Lockdown?
In numerous surveys conducted over the past few months, answerers have given a strong preference for making use of personal modes of transportation instead of modes of public transportation. The major driving factor behind this could be a fear psychosis pertaining to the communicable nature of coronavirus (Covid-19) and with the increasing number of positive cases continuing to rise regularly in India, those in need of moving from one place, those who wanted to move around for their personal needs or emergency reason to another in cities or within the cities and towns are most likely prefer rental services from travel agencies or private travel service providers.
Covid-19 is changing our behavior and transport energy use plans
Residents of Bangalore need on average around 52 minutes for a one-way journey from home to their job Residents spend a lot of time in public transport and cars. The level of inefficiency of the traffic in Bangalore is very high. The inhabitants of Bangalore daily overcome the distance of 14.02 km. The average walking time in Bangalore is 3 minutes. If you decide to use public transport, you need to add 1 minute for waiting at the stop. The inhabitants of Bangalore usually use private cars, bikes, motorbikes, buses. According to multiple surveys conducted in and around the states of India, people are mostly preferred taking services from private travel service providers, rather than taking from the public transport. This because the private cabs are well maintained and most reliable on the services.
Highlights of Tejas Tours and Travels
Tejas Tours and Travels, who have a wide range of experience in Tours and Travel service providers. Tejas Travels is a reputed vehicle rental service provider in Bengaluru and other metropolitan cities in India. We are growing exponentially with respect to fleet size and geographical presence. Tejas Travels offers all types of travel-related services under one roof that are known for our excellent and efficient travel services provider in Bangalore. We have an online booking facility for Car Rentals, Bus Rental, Minibus (Mini Coach) rentals, Tempo Travelers (TT), SUV’s and MUV’s for hire.
- Affordable price
- Safe travel from one location to another location
- Our vehicles are sanitized, we offered high-quality hygienic travel service
- Corporate Employee transportation
- Tour Packages (Bangalore to customer’s native one way or 2 way acceptable)
- Hotel Booking
- Easy online booking
- 24/7 customer service, etc…
General Guidelines for Travelers
Travelers are at most responsible for assessing their health on arrival. Travelers who find themselves symptomatic on arrival must seek medical aid immediately or call the Apthamira helpline @14410 and self-isolate. When any emergency time, when individuals are in public places and workplaces, they must observe COVID-19 precautions such as:
- Maintaining social (physical) distancing of at least 2 meters or 6 feet.
- Wearing face masks continuously.
- Wash hands often with soap and water or uses hand sanitizer.
- Cover mouth when coughing or sneezing.