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Coronavirus: parking and public transport updates

Information on parking and public transport changes in relation to the coronavirus.

Car parks

Our beach car parks have now reopened.

Although beach car parks are now open as normal, we have been informed by the RNLI that lifeguard supervision will not be in place until later in the year. Signs are in place at beaches reminding families of this issue. RNLI advice is not to take risks near water. If you do see someone at risk call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.

It is also important to note that public toilets beach car parks and elsewhere which closed as part of the lockdown will remain closed for the foreseeable future, in line with Welsh Government guidance.

Car parking in Swansea city centre is currently free. This is in the interests of key workers and those who have to visit the city centre to do their shopping.

St David's and Quadrant car parks are closed until further notice.

 

Park and ride

Park and ride services are suspended until further notice.

 

Bus information

From Monday 6 April 2020 all National Express coach operations from Swansea will be suspended until further notice.

Swansea City Bus Station is now closed until further notice.

All local buses will depart from St Mary's Square and Caer Street. Intercity coaches will depart from Wellington Street.

Bus operators will also introduce reduced timetables: 

PDF Document All bus services from 1 April - service, route, frequencies and contacts (PDF, 552KB)Opens new window

Word Document Buses running from 30 March - destinations and city centre pick-up points (Word, 8KB)Opens new window

Word Document Swansea bus services from 30 March 2020 (contracted services) (Word, 16KB)Opens new window

Full details are available here:

Links to other operators can be found on the Traveline Cymru website: https://www.traveline.cymru/coronavirus/#h_520819179109891585155595882

Traveline Cymru's freephone service is also available to provide information and advice on getting around Wales in this unprecedented situation: 0800 464 0000.

Bus stops in Swansea (coronavirus)

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