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Fri, 06/08/2021 - 07:03

On Monday (9 August), Scotland will move beyond Level 0 which will see the lifting of physical distancing measures.

So, you may no longer have to stand 1m apart, but here’s what you do need to know when travelling by tram.

  • Wear a face covering (unless exempt), cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and maintain good hand hygiene.
  • Use smart ticketing or contactless payment and clearly present your mticket, smartcard or ticket to the Ticket Inspector which will be checked without contact.
  • If the tram feels too busy, do not board or disembark.
  • Be kind to our colleagues and other customers.

To promote good ventilation, we continue to open all doors automatically at every stop and all windows are kept open. Our trams, tram stops and equipment also continue to be subject to an enhanced cleaning regime.

Our services are operating from every seven minutes. You can plan your journey on our app or on our website. Or, if you want to turn up and go, our tram stop information displays will tell you when the next tram will be along.

For more information on our travel advice, click here.