Wales is in lockdown (alert level 4) where you must:
- stay at home
- meet only the people you live with
- work from home if you can
- wear a face covering where required
- wash your hands regularly
- stay 2 metres from anyone you do not live with
Bus and rail operators are implementing a reduced timetable in response to the significant rise in community Covid-19 cases and the tighter restrictions in place across Wales and England.
The move balances maintaining the safety of those customers still travelling for essential purposes, the safety of railway colleagues and the need to still provide as reliable service as possible.
Timetable changes are being made across the network to support the public health priority which aims to reduce the number of people travelling, and reinforce the message that public transport should only be used for essential travel, where there is no other alternative, such as;
- to go to work if you can’t work at home - please work at home if you can
- to go to school, college or for education
- for essential shopping or medical needs
- to provide essential care
Those who do still need to travel are urged to plan ahead and also to double check their journey details with their operator or Traveline Cymru.