Muscat: The Oman National Transport Company “Mwasalat” announced the resume of the services of Buses and Ferries Services.
In a statement issued Mwasalat said : As per the instruction of Supreme Committee of Covid-19 “MWASALAT’ would like to bring to your kind attention that “Buses” and “Ferries” service operating through “Sinyar” will resume their regular schedule as following:
1, City buses services (Muscat Governorate), starting from Saturday. 24th of October 2020.
2, Intercity buses services (to the various governorates of the Sultanate), starting from Saturday, 24th October 2020
3, Resuming the operation of Route 100 (Muscat-Salalah), starting from tomorrow Saturday 24th October 2020.
From more information please call center 24/7 on 2412155 or 24121500
1, Ferries services will be resumed starting from Sunday 25th of October 2020.
“MWASALAT” also confirms its commitment towards on board precautionary measures which have been previously announced to ensure safert of passengers on both, land and sea services.
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