Coronavirus Travel Information

What to know before you go!

At LNER, the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff is our top priority and you must wear a face covering when travelling on our trains, exemptions can be found below.

For the latest government advice for travelling on public transport click here.

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Last updated: 31 July 14:45

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We're continuing to temporarily run a reduced service. Plan your train journey by:

  • Book ahead
  • Go contactless with eTickets
  • Travel at quieter times

We are currently running a different timetable to usual. You can view this in PDF format below or check our journey planner.

We strongly recommend that you check our live journey planner before travelling, or use the PDF timetables below to see the updated train times.

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Travelling safely

Your safety on board our trains is always our focus, we've produced a short guide to travelling with LNER below, so that you know if you do need to use our trains it is safe to do so.

How we clean our trains

Coronavirus FAQs

Is it safe to travel on a train?

Can I take my bike with me onboard the train?

How do I social distance on the train?

Do I need to wear a face covering on the train?

Do children require face coverings?

Are station toilets open during covid?

What should I do if my train is cancelled?

Can I use a train if I am showing cold or flu-like symptoms?

Can I use a train if I have been asked to self-isolate?

Can I use a train if I have Coronavirus?