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Train updates during the coronavirus outbreak

Last updated: Tuesday 28 July at 2:41pm

With more people returning to work, and shops, pubs and restaurants re-opening, West Midlands Railway are welcoming passengers back. But, now more than ever, it is vital we all travel responsibly.

To help you travel safely, West Midlands Railway are running as many trains as they can, with as many carriages as possible to maximise space on board. They have also stepped up cleaning on trains and at stations, using the latest antiviral equipment and techniques. You can also do your bit, by maintaining your distance whenever possible, buying your tickets online, travelling at a quieter time, and allowing extra time for your journey as station layouts may have changed. But, most importantly, wear a face covering at all times – unless you are exempt. Responsible travel starts here.

Social Distancing

They have also introduced Social Distancing – Live Updates to help you decide whether you want to travel, or should make alternative arrangements.  

Simply follow @WestMidRailway or visit their website latest live update.

Check how busy future train journeys may look like by using their website.

To help you travel safely West Midlands Railway are running as many trains with as many carriages as possible to maximise space on board. They’ve also stepped up cleaning on board and at stations, using the latest antiviral equipment and techniques.

To find out more on the measures that have been put in place and how you can plan ahead visit West Midlands Railway

 

If you travel by another train operator you can find the latest information on their websites:

If you need to plan long-distance rail journeys, please use National Rail Enquires for further information and ticket options.

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