Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Latest transport updates and news, as well as useful links to other websites for travel advice and information.

From 17 May 2021, most of mainland Scotland and some islands will move to Protection Level 2, with other islands at Level 1. Moray and Glasgow will remain at Level 3. Restrictions apply in relation to travel between areas in Level 3 and other parts of Scotland as well in relation to travel between areas in Level 3 and the rest of the United Kingdom. Further information can be found in the Scottish Government`s travel guidance.

Public transport capacity continues to be limited, help those who need it most by staying local as much as possible.

Read about the local protection levels and what is permitted in your area.


Travelling during COVID-19

As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to stay up to date with travel advice. You should also follow the Scottish government`s travel guidance which sets out the different rules and restrictions that apply in relation to travel in the different protection levels.

The First Minister has announced that from 17 May 2021, most of mainland Scotland and some islands will move to Protection Level 2, with other islands at Level 1. Moray and Glasgow will remain at Level 3.

 

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