New national restrictions are in place. Make sure you know what to do to Protect Portsmouth.
It is the law that you must wear a face covering when travelling in England on public transport and in transport hubs.
You can help control coronavirus and travel safely by walking and cycling, if you can. Where this is not possible, use public transport or drive. You can also help control coronavirus by:
Further government information for people using transport or working in the transport sector during the coronavirus outbreak. If you work in the transport sector you can find guidance here for the use of face coverings.
You should not travel, if you:
You can reduce your travel by:
Read the government’s safer travel guide which will help you understand the rules and guidance around travelling during the pandemic.
Plan your journey to avoid peak times and check with your operator as revised timetables may be operational.
As part of emergency transport plans to create more space for people to social distance whilst they run, walk and cycle the following roads are closed:
These roads will provide safer routes for people to walk and cycle whilst also, in some locations, giving businesses more space to safely operate. Deliveries and collections within these roads can be made before 8am or after 8pm. These changes will regularly be reviewed during the pandemic.
For critical workers needing their bikes repaired, the bike hub is open every Tuesday from 14 April 2020. View more information about this.
To help support key workers across the country get to and from work, cycling organisations are offering a range of free and discounted services. Find out what’s available and which bike stores remain open near you