Parking

Page updated on: 09/09/2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Many bus services are now operating a reduced service. We advise you to check your journey in advance with Traveline.

Bwcabus fixed route services have been temporarily suspended. Bwcabus will continue to operate a pre-booked service only.

Face coverings are compulsory for everyone travelling on public transport in Wales. Face coverings should be worn for the duration of the journey on public transport. This means they must be worn from when you get on the vehicle and they must stay in place until you get off.

We are not running any road safety courses until further notice.

Welsh Government have provided guidance for the public on how to be safe when walking, cycling and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during this pandemic.

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We operate both open and multi-storey car parks across the County. Good parking management is essential to ensure that both residents and visitors can move freely and safely within the authority, by whichever means of transport, by bus, train or on foot. 

It is our task to keep traffic flowing whilst ensuring that there is a fair and adequate allocation of parking resources to meet the varied needs of residents, visitors and businesses. We are responsible for the management and enforcement of park and ride, car parks resident parking, on-street parking  and bus/coach parking.