Your weekly update, keeping you in touch with planned changes to Merseyside’s public transport and tunnels. This does not include diversions to buses that have been implemented due to roadworks or special events.
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As lockdown restrictions start to ease, we’re asking everyone to rethink how they travel, considering if your journey is necessary and, if so, when and by what means you travel.
If you can work from home, then please continue to do so. However, if you do need to travel then we’re asking you to plan your journeys and take into account factors including social distancing and longer journey times. For more information please visit the Rethink Travel campaign on the Merseytravel website.
Wearing face coverings on public transport became mandatory in England from Monday 15 June, following a Government announcement on 4 June. The new guidance refers to face coverings, not medical face masks.
We’re waiting for further guidance on this and will let customers know more as this emerges.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, bus services are subject to change depending on national government advice. We are working closely with transport operators as the Coronavirus situation develops, with more services increased from 21 June. Please keep an eye on our dedicated page for the latest details using the link below:
For school bus service information please follow the link below:
Bus services will continue to run to revised timetables. As information can change on a daily basis, customers are advised to keep checking the national government advice as well as the links above and bus operators social media platforms for the most up to date timetables. If you do need to travel, plan your journey using the Journey Planner.
For information on any changes please check with the rail operator you are travelling with.
From Monday 18 May, Merseyrail increased services on the network, including the reinstating some services before 07:00 and after 19:00, Monday – Saturday. Services will continue to run between approximately 08:00 – 20:00 on Sundays. For important updated information about using the Merseyrail service and the timetable changes from 18 May follow the link below:
There are no planned engineering works on the Merseyrail network this week.
For further details, and information regarding any additional changes, please visit the Merseyrail website.
There are no planned full closures of the Mersey Tunnels this week.
The above information is currently correct but closures may be subject to change.