Busses in Wuhan, China began transporting citizens for the first time in months on Monday, allowing residents of the city with special permission from their employers to return to work.
Wuhan’s bus lines ran test services while workers cleaned ticket machines and trains in the city’s subway.
This comes after China’s National Health Commission reports the number of mainland transmission cases has gone down over the course of several days.
On Jan. 23, Wuhan went into lockdown, barring people from entering or leaving the Chinese city.
China has announced that the lockdown on Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, will be lifted on April 8.