The government has decided to allow public transports to operate within districts and cities during the extended period of ongoing lockdown till 16 May in the country.
However, the inter-district public transportation will remain suspended, according to a gazette notification issued by the cabinet division on Wednesday.
Besides, train and launch services will remain suspended as per the previous directives.
In Bangladesh, limited restrictions were in place from 5-11 April to tame the second wave of the pandemic.
Later, a one-week nationwide lockdown was enforced from 14 April, which was then extended until 28 April. It was further extended till 5 May.
The government, however, lifted some of the restrictions, including on shops and shopping malls.
The border with India was closed for 14 days, starting on 26 April, as Covid-19 has taken a dangerous turn in the neighboring country.