You can now use all forward facing seats on our buses when they are busy but standing or using other seats is not allowed.
Let's keep working together to make travel as safe as possible for everyone. We're doing extra cleaning, more often and we want to encourage you to keep windows open along your journey to help with ventilation.
Remember you must wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you're exempt.
Welcome back on board
SOCIAL DISTANCING ON THE BUS
- From 27th June, all forward facing seats can be used when buses are busy.
- If buses are not busy, please keep your space from others.
- Please leave the seat behind the driver free and any seats facing each other.
- Please do not stand.
- It is important that you thoroughly wash or sanitise your hands before and after you travel.
- If you aren't able to wash your hands, use the sanitiser on board our buses.
- You must wear a 3 layer
- face covering on our buses in Wales and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt.
- Please be respectful, not everyone can wear a face covering. For guidance, visit trc.cymru/face-coverings.
- We're offering additional Journey Assistance Cards to help make it easier for you to let our bus drivers know why you're exempt. For more information and to apply online, click here Journey assistance Cards
- Face covering FAQS
- We already have well-established and rigorous cleaning regimes for our buses, and we are continuing to enhance the measures we have in place with more regular cleaning of the main customer touch-points such as hand poles and grab rails with anti-viral products.
- We’re also giving additional cleaning materials such as personal hand sanitiser for frontline employees, as well as extra cleaning materials for depots and other work areas.
- We're issuing detailed and regular reminders to our teams about hygiene good practice.