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. Please keep an eye on our dedicated page for the latest details using the link below:
Coronavirus: Bus Service Updates
There are no planned changes to bus services this week. The latest timetables for services across Merseyside are available to download as PDF's from the Merseytravel website:
Rethink Travel - how you can help keep everyone safe
The health and safety of both customers and staff is a number one priority for Merseytravel. That’s why we are continuing to follow national Government advice and we’re working closely with rail, bus and other transport operators to provide necessary services as safely as possible.
The Liverpool City Region (Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral) is now subject to the Government’s national restrictions. This means you must stay at home wherever possible, except for reasons summarised in the government guidance, for example going to work if you cannot work from home and medical appointments. You can find out more details on the Government website.
If you need to travel you should minimise your journeys and stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live. Walk or cycle where possible. If you need to use public transport plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes - please follow our key advice and follow the safer travel guidance.
For more information please visit the Rethink Travel campaign on the Merseytravel website before you travel. If you do need to use public transport you can plan your journey using the Merseytravel Journey Planner.