Do not use public transport unless you have to. If you need to travel, walk, cycle or drive if you can.

Leave public transport for key workers and people who rely on it, and only use it if you have no other option.

Continue to work from home or travel outside rush hour if you can. It could help you and everyone else who needs to make a journey.

If you need to use public transport, reduced train, tram and bus services are still running with very limited capacity due to social distancing.

It’s more important than ever to plan ahead and check the timetables below before you travel on public transport.

Please keep at least two metres from other passengers where possible while waiting for your service and on board to help protect yourself and others.

In line with Government guidance, passengers are advised to wear a face covering when using public transport. The Government has given instructions on how to make and wear your own cloth face covering.

Wash your hands before and after your journey, cough or sneeze into a tissue and use contactless payments if possible.

You can find the most up to date travel information and advice on the Transport for Greater Manchester website.

Transport for Greater Manchester