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Masks are Optional on Metro Transit

On April 18, 2022, the TSA rescinded its order requiring masks on public transportation vehicles and at public transportation hubs. While Metro Transit encourages CDC recommendations for masking, masks are now optional and are no longer required when riding on Metro Transit or at MetroLink stations and Metro Transit Centers. Passengers and team members continue to have the option to wear masks and face coverings while on the transit system.

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