Started by Barry Drive, July 02, 2021, 09:18:44 AM
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QuoteThe Check In CBR app will be required in all retail settings, public transport and taxi and rideshare, in the same way it is already mandatory for restricted businesses.The roll out of the new requirement is commencing today and retail settings and public transport services will have until 12 noon on 15 July 2021 to implement the new requirements.This additional measure will ensure our contact tracing teams have access to the best available data to quickly and effectively contact any individual who may have been exposed.Retail settings include supermarkets, petrol stations, takeaway services, clothing stores and department stores.Transport services include buses, light rail, taxis, uber and other rideshare services.
Quote from: Sylvan Loves Buses on July 02, 2021, 11:58:00 AMLol, I'm sure the drivers will enjoy MANUALLY checking me in every time I take the bus if this happens. I plan to bus hop soon, <30 manual check-ins a day hmm...
Quote from: triumph on July 02, 2021, 02:21:12 PMIt is to be hoped that Action buses will have the codes distributed at seats (like in NSW) and not at the entry doors. (Having customers trying to check in at the bus doors would be disastrous for time keeping.)
Quote from: Barry Drive on July 02, 2021, 09:18:44 AMStill awaiting confirmation that this means QCity buses requires two check-ins when travelling across the border.
Quote from: triumph on July 02, 2021, 10:52:38 PMA circular from Transport Canberra and associated link makes it clear that QR codes will be located throughout vehicles to avoid delays at entry doors. So that is well resolved. It also mentions registered MyWay as a backstop but in the TC article good records were not mentioned. It is clearly stated that drivers cannot assist check-ins or enforce the check-in (and mask) rules. External check-ins at bus and light rail stations and stops is not required.