From Monday 15 June 2020 everyone must wear a face covering when travelling by public transport in England.
Following the Government’s recent announcement on the easing of existing lockdown measures, TFLare working to safely and sustainably get London back to work. This toolkit sets out our latest travel advice for retail businesses, as well as sharing some tips for planning to return to work in the longer term.
Walking, cycling, and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during the coronavirus outbreak.
- New guidance published to ensure transport network is safe for those who need to use it (Gov UK, 12 May 2020)
New guidance published today (12 May 2020) provides advice on how passengers should make journeys safely, following the publication of the government’s roadmap and strategy for the next phase of the pandemic. It urges people to consider cycling, walking or driving to help ensure there is enough capacity for those who need to travel on public transport to do so safely.
This guide will help organisations, agencies and others (such as self-employed transport providers) understand how to provide safer workplaces and services for themselves, their workers and passengers across all modes of private and public transport. It outlines measures to assess and address the risks of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the transport sector across England.
Information for people using transport or working in the transport sector during the coronavirus outbreak.