Staying Safe as lockdown restrictions ease slightly

From Leeds City Council:

“We are working hard to make sure the city centre is ready to reopen on 15 June, and the safety of those returning to the city remains our biggest priority.

In the meantime there are lots of things you can do to stay safe when travelling in and around Leeds

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Before you use public transport consider whether it is necessary. Instead you could reduce pressure on public transport by walking if possible.

If it is necessary to use public transport, plan ahead and look for the most direct route.

Public transport capacity is limited and will be running to maximum 20% occupancy. Delays and longer waiting times will be expected so please only use public transport if this is really necessary.

If you do have to use public transport you should allow more time for your journey and;
Wear a face covering and carry hand sanitiser- From 15 June, face coverings will be required while using public transport (bus, coach, train, tram, ferry and aircraft passengers). There will be exceptions for very young children, individuals with disabilities and those with breathing difficulties
Pay by contactless if you can;
Maintain social distancing;
Wash your hands before and after travel;
Follow instructions from transport staff.”