Transport authorities say that, with the lifting of the curfew, the bus and train services will be resumed.
Deputy General Manager of the Sri Lanka Transport Board, A.H. Pandula said that the employees have been instructed to operate the buses in accordance with health safety procedures.
Accordingly, steps will be taken to issue mouth masks and gloves to all employees, he added.
In a statement, the Railway Department stated that the facility will be available only to public and private sector employees who have been designated by the government as essential services after the resumption of railway services from tomorrow.
However, the Railway Department says that the public will be able to provide transport facilities in the districts where police curfew is not enforced.
The announcement also states that when purchasing tickets, a distance of one meter should be maintained while staying on the railway platform.
Accordingly, only 50 passengers can board a train.
In addition, mouth masks is compulsory when traveling on the train, and spitting on the railway line is completely prohibited, the Railway Department said.
The public is advised not to use the train service if they have cough, flu and colds.