COVID 19 - information for travelling on public transport

Face coverings will become mandatory on public transport from Monday 22 June as part of operators’ preparations for progress towards recovery and to reduce the risk of transmission of Coronavirus.

The move was set out by the First Minister in tandem with the announcement that Scotland will move through phase 2 of the routemap in stages over the next three weeks.

It will apply to all passengers and staff in public areas, although there will be exemptions especially for those who are not able to wear a face covering for specific medical reasons. Children under five will also be exempt.

Please see the following infographic for advice on how to travel safely amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus - Advice on how to travel safely