Merseyral asks passengers to Re Think Travel

Wed, June 10th, 2020

The campaign asks people to think about whether they need to travel...

As more people start to travel, the ongoing requirement for social distancing means that space on public transport is greatly reduced.

To help people travel safely and to take pressure of the public transport system, Merseytravel has launched a public information campaign - ReThink Travel.

The campaign asks people to think carefully about whether they need to travel and, if so, when they travel and by what means.

Many of us have turned to walking and cycling during lockdown and Merseytravel is encouraging people to keep doing this. Not only does walking and cycling help ease the pressure on transport services, it also helps reduce congestion, improve air quality and has a positive impact on our physical and mental health.

If you can work from home, then please continue to do so. However, if you do need to travel then please plan your journeys and take into account factors including social distancing and longer journey times.

Please visit the Re Think Travel campaign on the Merseytravel website for important information about rail, bus, ferry and tunnel services and key journey planning advice.

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