Advice from the Welsh Government
Keep Wales Safe
Wear a face covering on public transport unless you’re exempt.
Coronavirus has changed the way we all use public transport and we’re working hard so you can travel as safely as possible.
You must wear a face covering on public transport unless you’re exempt to help prevent the spread of coronavirus to other travellers and staff. Protect yourself and others.
Please use public transport responsibly in these difficult times and help us to help you by following our simple Travel Safer advice.
You can find out more about Travel Safer as well as our promise to you here.
Need to travel?
Transport For Wales are currently running reduced services and reduced capacity due to physical distancing.
Please be a responsible traveller, plan ahead and use our capacity checker if you’re travelling by train:
• wear a face covering unless you’re exempt
• walk or cycle if you can, particularly for short journeys
• plan your journey in advance and check before you travel
• allow more time for your journey
• travel at quieter times. It’s busier between 7:00 and 9:00 in the morning and 16:00 and 18:30 in the evening
• book your journey
• use contactless payments or buy your tickets online or at ticket machines
• keep your distance and stay 2 metres apart where possible
• wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser regularly
For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit: https://tfw.wales/essential-travel/faqs
Advice from the UK Government
Travel safely during the coronavirus outbreak
You can help control coronavirus and travel safely by:
Working from home where possible
Shopping locally and less often
Considering all other forms of transport, such as cycling and walking, before using public transport
Avoiding the busiest times and routes
Keeping your distance when your travel, where possible
Washing or sanitising your hands regularly