Essex Highways, Safer, Greener, Healthier
× Coronavirus: Essex Highways Status update
29/03/2021
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Although some restrictions in England, including the ‘stay at home’ rule, have eased since 29 March in line with government guidelines there is a continuing need to follow the latest travel rules.

Please minimise the number of journeys you need to make and where possible continue to work from home.

If you have to travel, stay local and avoid travelling at the busiest times. If you haven’t been out locally for a while, you might like to consider using safer, greener, healthier ways to get around locally, such as walking or cycling. And travel abroad is generally prohibited.

If using public transport like trains, buses and taxis, please follow their additional rules – continued social distancing and use of masks remains necessary.

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