Every service provider is going to lose revenue. Anything that charges for a service, irrespective of public or private ownership. Demand is going to slump.
Every service provider is going to see increase cost and loss of productivity. Increase cost in trying to maintain same level of service by putting in additional public health measures and potentially loss of available staff and substituting them at a higher rate.
So overall a higher cost per service provided. Either costs will have to go up or more wisely reduce service levels to meet demand. We have seen this elsewhere, eg the Tube and airlines. Buses and trains will also do this. I can see further restrictions for long distance travel by private vehicles eventually. Particularly accessing isolated communities.
The transport sector is not immuned from this, irrespective of the type of ownership. Post event it will interesting to see if temporary measures become more permanent. Eg If long distance services suspension becomes permanent. I know that it hasn't happened yet, but we are about to.
I wish everyone well, this is going to be a long year. The reality is that 6 months will turn into 12 months. Mass vaccination won't occur until then and will be needed so that society restrictions can be lifted. No government is going to risk anything else.They just don't want to spook the horses. We have seen the stupidity already with a light touch, eg dunny paper.