The latest travel information

recognised as Good To GoWe want to reassure you that we continue to follow the very latest advice from the Government and have put in place comprehensive measures to protect both our customers and staff.

What are Uno doing?

  • We’ve got a rigorous cleaning routine in place for all our bus fleet, focussing in particular on hand poles, stop buttons and the driver’s cab area
  • We’ve increased cleaning in and around our depots to minimise the risk to our staff and visitors
  • Our staff pool cars are also being thoroughly cleaned each daycleaning our fleet
  • Our drivers have been issued with disposable gloves, face masks and shields, anti-bacterial gel and we've fitted temporary screens on the driver's cab door
  • We're not giving change on our buses for those paying with cash - please have the right money for your ticket
  • The front seats, immediately behind the driver, have been cordoned off - please don't sit here
  • Our buses have a reduced temporary capacity that takes into account social distancing onboard - there's a sticker inside that shows what this is. If the bus is full, we're sorry but you'll have to wait for the next one

Are there any extra measures I should take when I travel? 

  • Wash your hands before & after travelling, or use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water isn’t available - we've fitted hand sanitiser on our buses you can use too
  • Use a tissue if you cough or sneeze, and throw it away immediately
  • Consider whether you can pay for your ticket with a contactless card or device, or use our M-tickets app, instead of paying with cash. The limit for contactless payments is now £45 - and there's no minimum spend
  • Travel off-peak if you can
  • Stay away from others when you travel - sit by the window whenever possible, and please don't use the seats directly behind the driver 
  • Try to keep a safe distance between you and other passengers waiting at the bus stop, and please wait for others to get off the bus before you get on getting on the bus
  • The government have asked everyone who travels on public transport to wear a face mask or covering. Those with certain medical conditions, or children under 11, can travel without one - click here to see more information on the government website

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