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Stay safe and keep moving

With further easing of Government lockdown restrictions coming from Monday 17 May, we’ve pulled together some information to help you make the most of the increased leisure activities that will be available, including the reopening of museums, other cultural attractions and indoor dining.

A near-normal service continues across the public transport network and a wide range of active travel options are available, including the recently launched cycle hire scheme and e-scooter trial.

The West Midlands is Open for Business, and the network is ready to take you where you’re going.

Plan ahead

If you can, walk or cycle for short journeys. When you're using public transport remember to: 

  • Avoid travelling at busy times

  • Wear a face covering (unless exempt)

  • Keep your distance where possible

  • Use hand sanitiser and wash your hands as soon as possible

What's being done to keep you safe

The safety of customers and staff is everyone's top priority. So, in line with government guidance, we have worked with operators to put in place extra measures:

  • Extra cleaning on buses, trains and trams

  • Measures to help guide you to keep your distance

  • The safer travel partnership is working to enforce the use of face coverings

Car Sharing

You should try not to share a vehicle with those outside your household or support bubble.

If you need to, there is safety guidance for you to follow.

Car Sharing

Face Covering

You must wear a face covering when in a transport hub or onboard, unless exempt. We’ve pulled together lots of information on how to make your own face covering, how to dispose of one and where and when you need one. 

Face coverings

Get your roll & stroll on

We're investing in healthy, greener and safer travel, to help you continue to roll & stroll.

Discover routes, safety tips, the fantastic projects in your area and much more. 

Get rolling & strolling

Bus updates

Find the latest updates on how bus operators are working to keep you moving safely in the West Midlands. 

Train updates

Find the latest updates on how train operators are working to keep you moving safely in the West Midlands. 

Tram updates

Find the latest updates on Metro are working to keep you moving safely in the West Midlands. 

Plan ahead

As service levels increase make sure you plan your journey before leaving home.

Major Roadworks

Essential works in the West Midlands can have a major impact on all transport. Check to see if there are any planned works that could affect you journey.

Started a new job?

If you've changed jobs recently, check out our Workwise scheme for help with up to 50% of the cost of travelling to work.