If you’re travelling to or within Brighton & Hove this weekend, please plan ahead – we’re expecting it to be busy!
While the much-missed Brighton & Hove Pride community parade, village party and festival events are cancelled again this year, we recognise that many people will want to mark the weekend.
Most guest accommodation in the city is already booked and trains and buses are expected to be busy. Trains may be limited or cancelled at short notice due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19.
A queuing system will be set up in front of Brighton station from 4pm to help people join the right services and help manage crowds if it gets busy.
Road diversions will be in place from 4pm on Saturday to keep traffic away from the front of the station.
And with COVID-19 rates in the city still high, we’re asking everyone out and about this weekend to take steps to keep themselves safe and Covid-free.
Travelling on trains
- in crowded spaces, please wear a face covering out of respect for others - unless exempt. Exemptions include children under 11, disabled people and people with breathing difficulties.
- Passengers travelling by train should check before they travel at www.nationalrail.co.uk.
- mMore information about travelling to the city by train.
Travelling on buses
- You may have to queue on buses, or not be able to board the bus you want.
- Please plan your journey in advance and allow extra time - check www.buses.co.uk or download the free B&H Buses app for live departure times and a journey planner.
- Passengers are expected to wear face coverings, unless exempt.
- Passengers are still asked to act responsibly and keep their distance from other passengers where they can.
- You can pay using contactless, ‘Tap On, Tap Off’, the B&H Buses app, on The Key or with cash. Find out more at www.buses.co.uk/fares-and-tickets.
- No change is given on the bus, change vouchers will be provided instead.
- You can check how busy your bus is before you travel.