Coronavirus: Travel information and advice


 Do not travel if you have coronavirus symptoms, you are self isolating or you are living with someone who has symptoms


Last updated 14 May - updated in line with Government roadmap changes 

We’re following Government advice to help control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) when using public transport and to help you travel safely.

From Monday 17 May, the Government's restrictions are being eased further meaning more people can come together. Places will be busier and so will transport. This means you should:  

  • Be patient and flexible when you travel and consider others, plan ahead and avoid peak times (we're currently experiencing busier times on weekdays between 3-4pm on bus and 7-9am and 3-5pm on tram).  Visit our 'When is the best time to travel page' for more information. 
  • Work from home unless it is not possible to do your job from home.
  • Walk or cycle if you can.
  • Due to social distancing, there will be reduced space on transport services and you may have to wait.
  • You must wear a face covering when using public transport if you can, keep a safe distance where possible, wash or sanitise your hands frequently and use contactless payment or buy your ticket in advance. 

For the latest Government advice and information on the national restrictions please visit the Gov.uk website

You must wear a face covering in interchanges and stations, as well as on board public transport, unless you're exempt. You will be breaking the law if you fail to do so and could be fined.




Travelling on public transport

What we’re doing to make travel safer for all onboard and in our interchanges, as well as information on what national restrictions mean for travelling. More information >
 

National restrictions

Check the latest government guidance during national restrictions
Visit the gov.uk website >

Try walking and cycling

Support to help you keep going with walking and cycling 
More information >

School travel

From Monday 8 March there will be changes to local school and college services with many services reinstated.  GIve walking or cycling to school a go where possible to avoid unnecessary public transport journeys. More information >

Help for vulnerable people

New: Community Transport update re transport to Covid-19 vaccination centres. Assistance and information for vulnerable and disabled passengers.More information >

Social distancing

How we’re helping you to social distance at stops and in interchanges.
More information >

Our interchanges

What’s open and how we’re working to keep everyone safe 
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How to pay for travel

Pay contactless if you can, buy tickets in advance or use exact fare in cash.
More information >

Best time to travel?

Download the latest bus operator capacity checker apps to see if there's a seat free onboard.
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Service Changes 

Check the latest timetable changes across our South Yorkshire network. 
More information >