NATIONAL Express coaches will be back on the road from tomorrow.

But you'd better be quick if you want to travel as seats are selling fast.

The operator will be running a reduced service with around five coaches per day leaving Poole and Bournemouth for London's Victoria coach station.

The first coach will leave Poole at 5.05am

The company has had an 86-day break with the last coach arriving in Birmingham from London at five minutes to midnight on April 5.

National Express suspends all services

New measures will be in place to keep passengers safe and all will be required to wear a mask.

Chris Hardy, Managing Director of National Express UK Coach, said: "It's great to have around 500 drivers back behind the wheel. All of our teams have been working hard to get us ready to safely welcome customers back onboard, implementing significant changes to protect everyone’s health and well being.

"We’re happy to be back on the road and playing our part in getting the country safely moving again by providing a safe option for those who have no alternative to public transport."

Measures include enhanced cleaning, additional air filtering, temperature screening of all passengers and protective screens