Public Transport Changes

TfWM advice

From Tuesday 5 January you should stay home as much as possible to prevent the spread of Covid-19. 

Travel for key workers and to do essential shopping is allowed and public transport will remain operating safely for those who need it most.

Some services will see small timetable changes over the coming weeks but TfWM will always prioritise first and last services and those that key workers rely on. Any service changes will be listed on the TfWM bustrain and tram pages so check back regularly for updates. 

  • Please wear a face covering in transport hubs and onboard
  • Keep space between yourself and others
  • Carry hand sanitiser and wash your hands before and after travelling
  • Pay for your tickets in advance or use contactless where possible

Find out more information here

West Midlands Railway advice

Cases of coronavirus in the community are currently high, so the latest Government advice is to stay at home and avoid all non-essential travel.

If you do need to travel, for example to go to work or medical appointments, WM Railway trains are running to an amended timetable to keep you moving.

WM Railway has stepped up its cleaning onboard and at stations, using the latest antiviral equipment and techniques. They recommend travelling at quieter times if you can and buying your tickets online in advance. 

Remember, when travelling with WM Railway you should maintain social distancing whenever possible. By law you must wear a face covering at all times - some exemptions apply.

Read their helpful travel guidelines here

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