Public Transport Changes

TfWM advice

TfWM wishes to welcome back their customers. 

Bus operators are running all services again with every bus back out on the road. Train and tram are operating with fewer services at certain times but are planning to be back to normal by September. Whether you are returning to public transport or a first-time user there are some things to keep in mind before you start your journey. 

  • 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

With more people returning to work, and shops, pubs and restaurants re-opening, West Midlands Railway are welcoming passengers back. But, now more than ever, it is vital we all travel responsibly.

To help you travel safely, West Midlands Railway are running as many trains as they can, with as many carriages as possible to maximise space on board. They have also stepped up cleaning on trains and at stations, using the latest antiviral equipment and techniques. You can also do your bit, by maintaining your distance whenever possible, buying your tickets online, travelling at a quieter time, and allowing extra time for your journey as station layouts may have changed. But, most importantly, wear a face covering at all times – unless you are exempt. Responsible travel starts here.

Read their helpful travel guidelines here

 

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