public transport

On Sunday, a few shattered carriages, mangled and overturned, were the only remnants of the tragedy.
What might witnesses to the killing of Jordan Neely have done differently?
Andy Burnham points out the staggering price of a two-hour train from Manchester to London.
We shadow two officers on the beat – and discover the onus to act is still on victims.
Escalator handles, ticket machines, benches and station air were all tested for traces of the virus.
Here's where you legally have to keep wearing a face mask – and where you should keep wearing one, according to scientists.
Boris Johnson is expected to make masking "optional" in some settings.
HuffPost UK reader Glyn asked: "Can you catch Covid sitting on a plane or bus, as you are sat side by side?"
Police have warned from the start that stretched resources would make enforcing the coronavirus law almost impossible.
Plate up food in the kitchen, ditch the sofa and resist those hugs, say experts.