Stay safe, plan ahead and be a responsible traveller

Please think of others when you’re travelling. With travel restrictions lifting across the UK, more of us are using public transport.

 

Before you travel

  • Plan your journey
  • Work at home if you can.
  • Don’t travel if you’re feeling unwell


During your journey 

  • Wear a face covering in a taxi unless you’re exempt 
    Please remember it’s the law in Wales 
  • Walk or cycle on shorter journeys if you can.
  • Keep any windows open to help ventilation.
  • Be respectful – anti-social behaviour isn’t acceptable anywhere on our network.
  • Keep your distance – Coronavirus is still in our communities, help us continue to Keep Wales Safe by keeping a respectful distance from others if you can. 

 

Using taxis or private hire vehicles 

Use taxis and private hire vehicles responsibly.  Your local taxi or private hire company will tell you about the services they’re currently providing and the safety measures in place.

Follow the driver’s advice 

Please follow the driver’s advice. Your driver will be able to tell you about the measures in place to make sure you can travel as safely as possible. You may be asked to sit in the back left-hand seat if travelling alone, for instance
 

Face coverings

Wearing a face covering on public transport remains law in Wales. You must continue to wear a face covering on all our services for the duration of your journey, unless you’re exempt.  

Please bring a face covering with you and put it on before:

  • waiting at an indoor taxi rank
  • travelling in a taxi

Children under the age of 11, people with breathing difficulties or people with a physical or mental illness or impairment or disability don’t have to wear a face covering.

The Welsh Government's full list of exceptions can be found here.

Find out more about wearing face coverings on public transport here.

 

Useful links 

 

Stay safe, plan ahead and be a responsible traveller

Please think of others when you’re travelling. With travel restrictions lifting across the UK, more of us are using public transport.

 

Before you travel

  • Plan your journey
  • Work at home if you can.
  • Don’t travel if you’re feeling unwell


During your journey 

  • Wear a face covering in a taxi unless you’re exempt 
    Please remember it’s the law in Wales 
  • Walk or cycle on shorter journeys if you can.
  • Keep any windows open to help ventilation.
  • Be respectful – anti-social behaviour isn’t acceptable anywhere on our network.
  • Keep your distance – Coronavirus is still in our communities, help us continue to Keep Wales Safe by keeping a respectful distance from others if you can. 

 

Using taxis or private hire vehicles 

Use taxis and private hire vehicles responsibly.  Your local taxi or private hire company will tell you about the services they’re currently providing and the safety measures in place.

Follow the driver’s advice 

Please follow the driver’s advice. Your driver will be able to tell you about the measures in place to make sure you can travel as safely as possible. You may be asked to sit in the back left-hand seat if travelling alone, for instance
 

Face coverings

Wearing a face covering on public transport remains law in Wales. You must continue to wear a face covering on all our services for the duration of your journey, unless you’re exempt.  

Please bring a face covering with you and put it on before:

  • waiting at an indoor taxi rank
  • travelling in a taxi

Children under the age of 11, people with breathing difficulties or people with a physical or mental illness or impairment or disability don’t have to wear a face covering.

The Welsh Government's full list of exceptions can be found here.

Find out more about wearing face coverings on public transport here.

 

Useful links