Information for travelling across Wales during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Rail passengers must wear a face covering.
Check the Transport for Wales website for advice and guidance or the direct links below:
British Transport Police (BTP) will:
- patrol stations
- support railway staff
- remind the public to follow the government advice
If you do not follow or you ignore the advice from BTP you may receive a fine.
Contact the local BTP in your area for further information.
Bus passengers must wear a face covering.
Some bus operators are running a reduced service.
Free weekend travel on the Traws Cymru network is currently unavailable.
Traveline Cymru has useful information for older commuters.
Traveline are continuing to deliver public transport information via their website: Traveline Cymru: coronavirus transport service update.
During the COVID-19 pandemic local authorities continue to accept new Blue Badge applications and reapplications but there may be a delay with processing these due to staff shortages and resources being deployed to other priority working areas.
Please continue to apply and if you are reapplying ensure you allow enough time before your badge expires. Local authority staff will respond to you as soon as they are able to. Please check on the relevant local authority website for information on help and support if required: Find your local authority.
Welsh Government and other nations will continue to monitor the situation closely and Blue Badge holders should continue to use their badges for journeys, complying with the Blue Badge rights and responsibilities booklet and any local restrictions.
Driving lessons and tests
Cardiff Airport has produced advice that you should read if you intend to travel. Please check Cardiff Airport’s website for further information.
You cannot travel directly to Wales if you have visited or passed through a country where travel to the UK is banned in the last 10 days. Check the list of countries and territories before departure on both outward and return journeys.
If travelling abroad, check the latest Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice (on GOV.UK) before travelling.
Stena Line ferries have taken several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all.
Get advice on Rules for international travel to and from Wales: coronavirus. If travelling abroad, check the latest Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice (on GOV.UK) before travelling.
Routes may be different as local areas make changes. This is to enable distancing on pavements and cycle routes.
Our traffic officers are patrolling the roads and keeping the network safe. Information about disruptions on our network are on Traffic Wales.
Freight and other drivers
If you have toilet facilities located in a distribution centre please continue to allow drivers to use toilet facilities.
Hand washing and toilet facilities should be made available at all times.