Safer Transport Northumbria App launched as part of ‘It’s the End of the Line’ campaign

Safer Transport Northumbria – that’s the name of the app that transport users across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear are being urged to download as part of a regional effort to help make our transport links the safest in the country.

Launched by Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, the app is part of an ongoing ‘Safer Streets’ commitment to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls and improve safety on public transport.

The app is part of a public awareness campaign called ‘It’s the End of the Line’ because it’s the end of the line when it comes to unwanted behaviours and attitudes that make people, particularly women and  girls feel unsafe why travelling around our region

The idea behind the app is to make it easy for anyone travelling anywhere in the region to flag concerns for another’s safety.  You can also use it to tell us that you feel unsafe.

Download it…

Download it now to help you and other public transport users make safe and comfortable journeys through-out Northumberland, Tyne and Wear.

Its main features are:

  • TELL US – about any crimes, incidents or behaviours that make you or others feel unsafe.
  • GET SUPPORT – get the right help and support for something you have experienced while making a journey.
  • SUPPORT OTHERS – witnessed something that doesn’t seem right? We all have a responsibility to help keep others safe and tell someone, anonymously if you wish.
  • TRAVEL INFO – quick access up-to-date travel information so you can plan your journey safely.

 Why you need it:

We all have a responsibility to help keep each other safe.

This app guides you through the routes to get the help that’s right for you and others or make travel in our region safer.

It keeps things simple, but keeps you safe.

We use open data from public transport agencies operating in the Northumbria Police Force area:

Further information:

This app has been developed by Police and Crime Commissioner Kim McGuinness’s office in conjunction with Rape Crisis Northumberland and Tyneside, Northumbria Police and the travel operator partners listed above. It is part of an ongoing Safer Streets commitment to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls and improving safety on public transport.

Thank you for downloading this app and helping to keep our region one of the safest.

In an emergency always phone 999

Useful documents:

Campaign posters and assets (coming soon)


Press Release