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Coronavirus: parking and public transport updates

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

Car parks

All council car parks are open and charges apply.

We currently have discounted car parking in our city centre car parks (after 9.30am): £1 for up to 2 hours or £2 for all day.

Car parking charges


Park + Ride

After Saturday 2 January, Park and Ride services will be suspended until further notice.

Fabian Way Park and Ride

Landore Park and Ride


Civil parking enforcement

Parking enforcement patrols are now being carried out across Swansea to help manage the flow of traffic and ensure the roads are safe for all road users. 

Therefore on-street pay and display bays, loading bays, limited waiting bays, taxi ranks/bays, bus stops, residents parking bays pedestrian zone, disabled bays, yellow lines, etc. will all now be fully enforced if vehicles are parked in contravention.

We would like to remind everyone to park responsibly and in accordance with the parking restrictions.


Bus information

What are the bus station opening hours ?

The main bus station is open seven days a week between 5.30am and 11.10pm.

If you are leaving on a coach before the main bus station opens, you can still gain access to the coach departure area through the southerly entrance by pressing the buzzer and showing your travel ticket to the security guard on duty.

Bus services that leave after 8.30pm are also using the coach departure area.

Are all bus and coach services using the bus station?

Yes, all bus and coach services, including National Express and Megabus.

Are social distancing measures in place at the bus station?

Yes, social distancing measures are in place at the bus station.

Seating is still being provided, but the number of seats has had to be reduced.

Is my bus leaving from the same bay as before the bus station had to close?

A number of departure bays have changed since the bus station was last open. We've tried to minimise the number of changes so that buses heading to the likes of Neath and Port Talbot are still leaving from the mostly southerly bays, and buses heading towards the likes of Mumbles, West Swansea and Llanelli are still leaving from the most northerly bays.

Up-to-date departure information is being displayed at each bay to help you find your bus, though initially, this may not be on the electronic screens.

Is the bus station being cleaned as regularly as before?

When the bus station was closed during the Summer, the passenger concourse area was deep cleaned. We employ our own cleaning staff at the bus station and they are implementing a revised cleaning regime, which sees the busiest areas and the regular 'touch points' cleaned on a more frequent basis.

Are the public toilets at the bus station open?

The public toilets are open daily between 8.00am and 8.30pm. The 30p charge remains in place as before, and staff are on hand to manage the numbers using the facilities as well as to undertake additional cleaning.

If I need assistance at the bus station, who do I ask?

Bus station rangers are on duty to provide assistance and the bus enquiry information desk is open between 8.30am and 5.30pm on Mondays to Saturdays.

Do I have to wear a face covering when I use the bus station to get off or wait for my bus?

In Wales, face coverings became a requirement when using public transport from 27 July.

From 14 September, they also became a requirement in indoor spaces, which includes the bus station.

Further information

Links to other operators can be found on the Traveline Cymru website:

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

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