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We all need to do whatever we can to protect each other from Coronavirus, so in line with the latest government guidance, there are measures in place to help you to travel with confidence, including limiting available seats on buses and enhanced cleaning. Unless you’re exempt, you must wear a face covering when using public transport, throughout your journey. Please avoid busy times, use contactless payment where you can and take your litter with you. For up to date information see our Coronavirus page.

There are temporary timetables in Wales between 25 October and 9 November due to a two-week Welsh Government lockdown.

Local Travel Restrictions

Local Travel Restrictions

Last updated 30/10/2020

A number of areas in the UK are facing local restrictions to manage Coronavirus outbreaks. This may include travel restrictions such as only using public transport for essential reasons. 

 In England and Scotland our services are still running as normal, even in areas where there are local restrictions.  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 information on local travel restrictions and COVID alert levels below:


Following the Welsh Government announcement of a two-week national lockdown in Wales and in line with government advice for people to stay at home, we are making some temporary changes to our timetables from 25th October until 9th November. 

From 26th October - 31st October, limited timetables will operate with no School/College journeys due to the half term holidays.

From 2nd November - 7th November, limited timetables will operate with School journeys resuming. 

There will be no Sunday services operating on 25th October, 1st November and 8th November

The temporary timetables are available online, click the link below. The journey planner will be updated as soon as possible.

Wales temporary timetables

For more information on the lockdown in Wales, visit the Welsh government website.

For more information on how to travel with confidence on our buses go to our South Wales travelling safely page.


From 2 November, the Scottish Government has introduced a tiered system of protection levels (Levels 0-4). Find out the protection level for your area

We are still operating services as normal for those who need to use them. However, you should follow the relevant travel advice for your area. Information on travel restrictions can be found on the Scottish government website.

For more information on how to travel with confidence on our buses go to our Scottish travelling safely page.


There is now a system of local COVID alert levels in England. We all need to comply with restrictions, which apply in areas that are part of a Medium (tier 1), High (tier 2) or Very high (tier 3) local COVID alert level.

You can use the Government's postcode checker to see what alert level your area in is and what you can and cannot do. You can also view the safer transport guidance on the government website.

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.