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Safety is our priority
Travel with peace of mind
The health, safety and well being of our customers and staff is our number one priority. We have a number of tips below on how to stay safe while travelling on public transport.
When boarding and disembarking be aware of other vehicles, pedestrians and the luggage compartment.
It is recommended that passengers wear face coverings on public transport.
Please wear the seat belts provided on our coaches for the safety of you and those around you.
We all want the driver to concentrate on the road, please avoid distracting him as he’s driving.
Here is what we need you to do
Before you take the Bus
Booking in advance is recommended to reduce cash handling and to guarantee a seat.
If using a Free Travel Card, Leap Card, paying with cash or card on the bus you have the option to reserve a seat in advance by choosing the “Seat Reservation Only” option when booking.
Avoid travel if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
Although it is not mandatory we recommend passengers wear a face mask while boarding and for the full duration of the journey.
We suggest passengers use the handrails when boarding, seating and alighting.
Have your web booking / leap card / free travel pass or payment card ready for the driver. If you must use cash please have exact change (no change available on Wexford Bus Connect services).
Please use the hand sanitiser provided as you board.
Seat belts are provided on all Wexford Bus coaches, please wear your seat belt full the full duration of your journey.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Safety 1st Approach
Wexford Bus surveyed our customers in relation to our commitment to health and safety, 92% of customers surveyed rated Wexford Bus as excellent or above average (surveyed September 2021).
Awards & Accreditations
- #StrengthInUnity Transport Hero Award 2021
- Coach Operator of the Year 2020 – Commuter
- County Wexford Business Awards Overall Winner 2018
- ISO 9001:2015 certified
- HSA & RSA Driving For Work Case Study
- Best Safety Practice Award 2018