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From Monday 6 July, TransPennine Express (TPE) will be increasing the amount of services run in their amended timetable. This further step up in services provides extra capacity on the network for customers who are travelling by rail.
Although there is this increase in the numbers of services being run, there will continue to be restrictions on capacity to help enable social distancing. Seat markers are on board all TPE services indicating what seats are available for customers to sit at.
Customers who are using public transport, including TPE services, should also be wearing a face covering – unless they are in one of those groups who are exempt from doing so, which include children under the age of 11, people with disabilities and those who suffer from breathing difficulties.
Other precautions are being taken to protect customers from Covid-19 (coronavirus) at such as increasing cleaning at turnaround locations, making sure that crew areas are cleaned so our staff can work safely, and focusing on cleaning those areas that people are more likely to touch.
From Monday 4 July, TPE will generally be running the following services. However, customers should continue to check before they travel:
Additionally, there will be limited TPE services between Newcastle and Edinburgh along with Glasgow Central to Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Airport.
For the latest up to date information, please visit our website: https://www.tpexpress.co.uk/travel-updates/corona-virus-travel-info