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Using public transport

Find out more about using public transport to help tackle climate change 

Using public transport

Taking public transport is a great and simple way to reduce your carbon footprint. Much of the UK’s transport emissions comes from car exhausts, so, one less car on the road means less greenhouse gases emitted.

Roughly 46% of carbon on the road comes from journeys that last between 5 and 35 miles. An option to reduce your transport within this mileage range would be to explore the public transport options in your area.

Visit our public transport page to view more information on public transport in King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, including operators and timetables.

Remember to travel safely on all public transport:

  • observe social distancing rules
  • wear a face covering
  • remember to wash and/or sanitise your hand before and after touching your face covering

You can view further government coronavirus guidance on the GOV.UK (safer travel) website.