You must wear a face covering on public transport to maintain a safer environment and prevent spreading the virus - you could be refused entry if you are not.
You must also wear a face covering in other enclosed spaces where it is difficult to maintain social distancing. For example, at stations or interchanges.
Children under 11 don't need to wear a face covering and exemptions will apply to some passengers due to health conditions or disabilities. You can find a list of exemptions on the Gov.uk website exemptions page.
Please note there will be no capacity restrictions on these dedicated services, but we encourage passengers to maintain social distancing where possible.
Children and young people using dedicated schools buses will need to have the right ticket for the service they are using, unless your child is entitled to free home to school transport (zero fare pass).