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Page last updated: 02/09/2021

Rethink Travel - how you can help keep everyone safe

Thank you to all our customers for their support and co-operation during the past 18 months.

As we start to get back to doing the things we love and travel more, we’re asking you to keep up the good work and follow the below advice so that your journeys continue to be as smooth and safe as possible.

If you’ve been cycling and walking more, try to keep that up if you can. It’s a great way to stay active and reduce your carbon footprint.

If you’ve not used public transport for a while, it’s a good idea to plan your journey and check timetables as some services have changed while you’ve have been away.

Although face coverings are no longer mandatory we’re encouraging you to wear them especially on busy services and crowded places out of respect for others.

It’s also a good idea to keep washing your hands before and after every journey.

Please read our full advice before travelling

Liverpool City Centre

If you’re heading into Liverpool City Centre but haven’t been in for a while then you need to know there’s been some changes while you’ve been away which may impact on your journey- so it’s a good idea to check for more information before you travel.

There are a number of works being carried out on the highways with some road closures in place, including on The Strand and Lime Street, as part of Liverpool City Council’s Connectivity Scheme.

You can find out more on the council’s webpage and Liverpool Express.

Travelling by bus - Bus users are being reminded that changes to a select number of bus routes in Liverpool City Services were made in January 2021, as part of the scheme. While most people will see no change to their journeys, some passengers will need to board or alight their bus at a different stop. Find out more on our news section.

Mersey Tunnels
Mersey Ferries
Bus Services
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For other sources of information you can visit the Combined Authority website