For the latest travel information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page.
In England and Wales, we've safely made more seats available on local buses, when busy. All forward facing seats are available but standing or using other seats is not allowed. For full details go to our travelling safely in Wales page or travelling safely in England page
Please continue to keep your distance, where possible and wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you’re exempt.
Following changes to government guidance in England from Monday 19th July, we know that many people will want to continue wearing face coverings in busy public spaces.
Please keep wearing a face covering throughout your journey, if you can.
As more people are now on the move and the buses are getting busier, we want to make sure that we can get everyone where they need to be. So, all seats are now available on our buses in England (except for the one next to the door) and standing is also allowed.
As restrictions are lifted, we all have the chance to get out and about again with friends and family. While this is exciting, it might also be a bit daunting for some people, so we want to reassure you that we’re still working hard to keep you safe.
We’re sticking to our daily deep cleans and enhanced cleaning throughout the day, focusing on the parts of the bus you’re most likely to touch. Our drivers also make regular checks of their vehicle to remove any litter that’s been left behind.Making sure there’s good ventilation on board is really important so we’re opening all windows and fitting devices to keep them open.
We’re able to keep our services running because you, our customers, work with us to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. You can continue to help by doing the following:
Before you travel:
At the bus stop and on the bus: