Commuters are being reminded that face-coverings will be mandatory as from Monday 15 June.
Passengers intending to board a bus, coach, tram, train, ferry or aircraft from Monday must ensure that their nose and mouth are covered with either a face-covering or face mask.
The measures have been put in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus as lockdown measures continue to ease.
Advice for those wearing a reusable face covering also includes washing hands before putting the covering on and taking it off, making sure it is washed regularly using your normal detergent, and not touching the covering while wearing it.
Passengers should be aware that while wearing a face-covering will be a requirement, fellow passengers including young people and those suffering from breathing difficulties will be exempt from this.
Face masks will not routinely be provided by the transport operator.
Councillor John Cottee, Chairman of the Communities and Place Committee at Nottinghamshire County Council, said: “As lockdown measures continue to ease and people begin to resume travelling, it is important that we follow the government advice on face coverings in environments such as public transport where social distancing may not always be possible.
“All public transport users across Nottinghamshire should plan ahead to ensure they have a face covering to wear while travelling, and instructions on how to make your own at home can be found on the government website.