Following changes to government guidance in England and Wales more seats are available on our buses and standing is allowed. There will also be more seats available in Scotland.
Please continue to wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you’re exempt.
For the latest travel information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page.
17 May 2021
In line with government guidance, we’ve put measures in place to help our customers practise social distancing and travel safely on our services.
shows the risks to our customers travelling with us (in blue), and the control barriers in place to reduce the spreading of Coronavirus (red centre-circle) on our network.
To allow you to plan your travel around less busy times, you can now look how busy your tram is likely to be.
Please note that this information is an indication based on recent data, last updated 17 June 2021. It isn't a live prediction or guarantee.
1. Make a plan
2. Social distancing at the tram stop
3. Social distancing on the tram
4. Paying for your journey
Revised timetables are currently in operation.
It is compulsory to wear a face covering when using public transport in England but exemptions apply. This is explained in our Face Covering FAQs below.
Customers can download a journey assistance card from our website which will confirm that they are exempt from the face covering legislation.
When selecting the Stagecoach operating area, please select 'Yorkshire incl North Derbyshire'.
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We know you’ve got some questions on how to stay safe when you travel, so we’ve given some answers relating to travelling on our services.
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We're sure you can understand that during this difficult time, things are changing quickly. We are constantly evaluating the situation and will let you know if anything else changes.