Travelling to School
Young people can use public transport to get to school. All buses are running, as well as most trams and trains. Use our ticket finder to search for tickets.
We’re limiting capacity to make sure public transport is as safe as possible. Everyone must wear a face covering.
Find out more about how to stay safe on public transport.
Walk or cycle if you can. This will help reduce delays and keep space on public transport for people with no other option.
We’re working with schools to help get young people to and from school safely.
We're working hard to keep everyone safe and there are things you can do too. Read travel advice for anyone travelling back to school or college this September.
Cycling and walking are great ways to travel as an alternative to public transport or driving. They're both good for your health and for the environment.
Information for parents
Stay up-to-date with travel plans this September.
Information for teachers
If you work at a school, follow this link for more information about Back to School travel.
It is important to keep your distance when using public transport. There are a number of measures in place to help keep you safe.
Information about tickets
You should try not to share a vehicle with those outside your household or support bubble. If you need to, there is safety guidance for you to follow.
If you have suspended a Direct Debit or travel pass due to COVID-19 and have not yet reinstated it, you will need to apply online as a new customer.
Coventry School Services
Get the latest information on Coventry School Services following Travel Decourcey going into administration.
Check transport operator websites for the latest news and information on services.
Travelling back to university
Travelling back to university this September? Visit our dedicated page for further information and support.