We’ve been running a reduced timetable during the coronavirus outbreak for key worker and essential travel only.
Our rail timetables changed on 18 May 2020 when we increased the number of trains we’re running. The increase is limited to provide more space for social distancing. We’re also running some longer trains.
Find out more about social distancing here.
We’re doing this now so that we’re prepared for future changes in Welsh Government guidance and to make sure our rail network is in step with the rest of the UK.
Social distancing measures also mean that fewer people can travel safely on public transport which is why it’s important to follow current Welsh Government guidance is to Keep Wales Safe and travel only if your journey’s essential.
Please use public transport if it’s your only option for essential travel and don’t make unnecessary journeys or travel if you have any coronavirus symptoms.
Help us – Travel Safer
Please follow our Travel Safer advice. Find out more here.
Our promise to you
Find out about our promise to you here.
Taking cycles on trains
Space on our trains is currently limited because of social distancing measures. Please use the cycle storage at or near our stations where available and avoid bringing your cycle onto our trains.
You can find out about more about cycle storage at our stations here.
Need to travel?
Planning and booking your essential journey
Please consider using other forms of transport before using public transport for essential journeys in these difficult times.
- For advice and guidance on essential rail travel please:
- click here for rail information
- call 0333 3211202
- contact our customer service team
- Download our free app
- Call us on 03330 0050 501 if you’re planning to travel by train and you need help to travel.
Please check our coronavirus update.
Read our FAQs to find out more about what we’re doing to make sure our bus and rail services are safe.