Last updated 29/03/21
Following government announcements on the roadmap out of lockdown and plans to gradually restore greater normality to everyday lives, we're getting more services back on the road. However, a number of areas in the UK are still facing travel restrictions.
If you need to travel make sure you have the most up to date information by planning your journey in advance to avoid busy times and routes. You can also check for updates on twitter.
Please remember to wear your face covering throughout your whole journey, unless you’re exempt.
There is more travel information below:
Following the announcement that non-essential retail can re-open we’ve increased the frequency of our services, returning to similar timetables that were in place before the last lockdown.
Click the link below for all of the latest Welsh timetables and information
For more information on how to travel with confidence on our buses go to our South Wales travelling safely page.
We’re following the government’s 4 step recovery roadmap out of lockdown. The ‘stay at home’ rule has now ended but people should continue to work from home where they can and minimise their journeys where possible.
As restrictions start to lift and more people get back to normal life, we're increasing services again. If you need to travel, click the link below for the latest local bus timetable information
Oxford Tube and megabus services have also resumed.
A tiered system of protection levels (Levels 0-4) is in operation in Scotland. Find out the protection level for your area.
Advice from the Scottish Government is currently that public transport should be used for essential purposes only and left for those who need it.
We would like to reassure you that bus services will continue to operate to connect you to the people and places that matter most, for the most recent service updates and timetables please visit our service update page and enter your location.
If you need to travel, make sure you're up-to-date with what's happening in your area by checking the local guidance on the Scottish Government Protection Level page.
For more travel information and advice go to our Coronavirus page.
We know you’ve got lots of questions about travelling on our services so take a look at our FAQs to find out more.