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  • Start: 25/03/20 - Finish: TBC

    Last modified: 08/04/20

Follow the latest Government guidance

Please follow the latest Government guidance and stay at home. The below travel info is intended as a useful guide for key workers only.

What to do if you need medical help

If you need medical help for any reason, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

If you have symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature or a new, continuous cough), use the 111 coronavirus service.

If you need help or advice not related to coronavirus:

  • for health information and advice, use the NHS website or your GP surgery website
  • for urgent medical help, use the NHS 111 online service – only call 111 if you’re unable to get help online
  • for life-threatening emergencies, call 999 for an ambulance

Read more advice about getting medical help at home on the NHS website.

Travel info for Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire

The below was last updated at 10:11am on 8th of April 2020.

Staying safe when catching the bus

If it's absolutely essential for you to travel by bus, stay safe:
• Stand 2 metres apart at bus stops, including when boarding the bus
• Pay with your smart device or bank card, if possible
• Try to sit 2 metres apart. One person to a seat, at least every other seat

Staying safe when catching the bus: Stand 2 metres apart at bus stops, including when boarding the bus. Pay with your smart device or bank card, if possible. Try to sit 2 metres apart. One person to a seat, at least every other seat.

Bath & North East Somerset

Travel advice for key workers travelling in the Bath & North East Somerset Area

Car parking

Do not car share unless other passengers are a member of your household or the vehicle allows people to sit 2 metres apart. If you do car share you must thoroughly disinfect all interior and exterior surfaces that may have been touched before and after travelling.

You can park for free at the following car parks:

Buses

  • Service 42 is operating every hour Mondays to Friday from Odd Down P&R site. There will be no service on April 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 18th
  • Service 4 is running every 30 minutes daily from Odd Down P&R site via Bath city centre. It will operate every 30-60 minutes on April 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 18th. Normal bus fares apply
  • Service 20 is operating every 2 hours from University of Bath via Bath city centre. There will be no service on April 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 18th
  • Although they may be operating at a reduced timetable, a lot of bus services are still operational
    1. You can check the best bus services from your location by using our journey planner, it is showing the best options based on the latest service changes
    2. You can keep up to date on the status of any bus service on our Coronavirus Travel Advice page

Cycling

Rail

All rail stations and services are still operational, although they may be running a reduced timetable. You can check any rail service operating status on National Rail enquiries.

Bristol

Travel advice for key workers in the Bristol area.

Car parking

Do not car share unless other passengers are a member of your household or the vehicle allows people to sit 2 metres apart. If you do car share you must thoroughly disinfect all interior and exterior surfaces that may have been touched before and after travelling.

You can park for free at the following car parks:

Buses

Cycling

Rail

All rail stations and services are still operational, although they may be running a reduced timetable. You can check any rail service operating status on National Rail enquiries.

If you’re heading to the BRI, Children’s Hospital or St Michaels Hospital there is a free shuttle bus service from Bristol Temple Meads, check the info in the Buses section above.

North Somerset

Travel advice for key workers in the North Somerset area.

Car parking

Do not car share unless other passengers are a member of your household or the vehicle allows people to sit 2 metres apart. If you do car share you must thoroughly disinfect all interior and exterior surfaces that may have been touched before and after travelling.

You can park for free at the following car parks:

Buses

Although they may be operating at a reduced timetable, most bus services are still operational with some suspended:

    1. You can check the best bus services from your location by using our journey planner, it is showing the best options based on the latest service changes
    2. You can keep up to date on the status of any bus service on our Coronavirus Travel Advice page

Cycling

Rail

All rail stations and services are still operational, although they may be running a reduced timetable. You can check any rail service operating status on National Rail enquiries.

South Gloucestershire

Travel advice for key workers in the South Gloucestershire area.

Car parking

Do not car share unless other passengers are a member of your household or the vehicle allows people to sit 2 metres apart. If you do car share you must thoroughly disinfect all interior and exterior surfaces that may have been touched before and after travelling.

You can park for free at the following car parks:

Buses

Although they may be operating at a reduced timetable, most bus services are still operational with some suspended:

    1. You can check the best bus services from your location by using our journey planner, it is showing the best options based on the latest service changes
    2. You can keep up to date on the status of any bus service on our Coronavirus Travel Advice page

Cycling

Rail

All rail stations and services are still operational, although they may be running a reduced timetable. You can check any rail service operating status on National Rail enquiries.

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