Please walk or cycle whenever you can, particularly for short journeys, to reduce pressure on public transport.
Keep Wales Safe
The current guidance from the Welsh Government is to stay at home and only leave home if your journey is essential.
Public transport should only be used for limited purposes which include:
- to go to work if you can’t work at home.
- to go to school, college or for education
- for essential shopping or medical needs
- to provide essential care
- to escape a risk of illness or injury, such as for victims or people at risk of domestic abuse
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Please do not leave home and travel at all if you have any Coronavirus symptoms.
Please think carefully about:
- the journeys you make
- the people you meet
- travelling to areas where coronavirus rates are high
If you do still need to use public transport for essential journeys, please help us keep the network as safe as possible by following our Travel Safer guidance.
Cycles on public transport
Physical distancing is limiting space on public transport. Please don’t bring your bike onto public transport unless you:
- need it for your job
- can fold it up to save space
If you cycle to the station, please use the cycle storage at or near our stations where available. Find out more about cycle parking facilities at our railway stations.
Walk or cycle for short journeys
Could you walk or cycle instead of using public transport in these difficult times? It would reduce the pressure on public transport, and you’ll get your daily exercise while you’re travelling.
Find out more about walking and cycling locally
Find out more about dedicated walking and cycling routes where you live
Your local council may also be installing temporary facilities to make it easier to walk and cycle. You can check what’s happening where you live.
The National Cycle Network
The National Cycle Network is a UK-wide network of signed paths and routes for walking and cycling.
Public cycle schemes
You can hire a cycle from a public cycle scheme, such as Nextbike in Cardiff, if you don’t own one yourself. Currently they’re only available in some parts of Wales.
Find out more about using a Nextbike safely.
Maintain physical distancing and wash your hands
Please try to maintain physical distancing (staying 2 metres apart from others) when you’re walking or cycling, for example when approaching or passing other pedestrians or waiting at crossings and traffic lights.
Please wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser before and after cycling.
- Find out more about Travel Safer as well as our promise to you .
- You can view the Welsh Government’s guidance here.
- You can find the UK Government’s guidance here.
- If you’re a student returning home for the holidays, you can find out more here
- Read the latest healthcare information from the NHS.
- Read the latest healthcare information from Public Health Wales.
- Read our FAQs to find out more about what we’re doing to make sure essential journeys on public transport in Wales are as safe as possible.