TfL, Helping Make Your Journey Safe

As the government eases lockdown, TfL has complied specific resources for businesses to help employers advise their teams on how to return to work as safely as possible, including a Briefing for Businesses and a specific Briefing for Retail.

Whilst TfL services are almost up to pre-coronavirus levels, to adhere to social distancing, capacity is greatly reduced and, in line with government guidance, users must now wear a face covering. For those who have no option but to use public transport, rest assured that as well as introducing social distancing measures, which includes opening up the area outside Baker Street Station, TfL has introduced an enhanced cleaning regime across all services.

Where possible, the advice is to walk or cycle to your destination. To support this, TfL is converting some streets to walking and cycling only, which will allow more space for social distancing. In addition, TfL has announced that 15% more Santander Cycles will also be available at key areas. We are also working with our partners to deliver more secure spaces for bicycles parking across the Quarter.

TfL tools to help you with your journey:

Digital cycle map
Walking tube map journey times with no. of steps between stations
How to make your own face covering

If you have to use public transport, please travel outside the busiest times of 05:45 and 08:15, and 16:00 and 17:30 on weekdays.

Find out if your stations are among the busiest.

Please carry hand sanitiser with you and wash your hands after travel. Find out which stations have hand sanitiser points.

If you need to  travel, our digital tools can help you plan your journey, including Journey Planner or our Facebook Travelbot.

More travel information from TfL

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