April 14, 2022 | 5 Comments

Masks Required on Metro Transit Through May 3

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Update 4/18/2022: The TSA has rescinded its order requiring masks on public transportation. Metro Transit will no longer require face coverings or enforce mask wearing but customers may choose to continue to wear them.  

Illustration showing a man standing at a bus stop while a MetroBus pulls up. The man is wearing a maskMasks or face coverings continue to be required for riders and team members when on MetroBus, MetroLink or Metro Call-A-Ride vehicles, and while at Metro Transit Centers and on MetroLink station platforms.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires proper wearing of face masks, per federal law, and face masks are to be worn at all times. Failure to comply will result in denial of boarding or removal, and may result in penalties. Metro Transit will continue to comply with this federal policy, which was recently extended until May 3, 2022.

Masks are required for individuals who are vaccinated against COVID-19 and those who are not vaccinated.

Riding Safely

Here are some reminders for riding safely with us:

  • Federal mandate requires everyone to wear a mask on Metro Transit. Please wear your face covering on MetroLink platforms, at Metro Transit Centers, when riding on MetroLink, MetroBus and Metro Call-A-Ride vehicles or waiting for your bus.
  • Whenever possible, practice social distancing when on your vehicle or when waiting at your stop.
  • Use the Transit app for a contactless fare. You can buy most MetroBus and MetroLink passes through the Transit app with our mobile fares option.

Stay updated on all service and operations updates in response to COVID-19 here: metrostlouis.org/health.

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5 thoughts on “Masks Required on Metro Transit Through May 3”

  1. Jane says:

    I don’t see any mask dispensers on the busses and your drivers don’t carry face masks.

    1. Lindsey says:

      Hi Jane – Mask dispensers were installed on all buses at the front near the farebox when you board. If you don’t see one on a particular bus, please send an email to nextstop@metrostlouis.org with the Bus ID number so we can notify our Maintenance team.

    1. Lindsey says:

      Metro Transit will no longer require face coverings or enforce mask wearing. Riders and team members may choose to continue to wear them if they would like.

  2. Dirk says:

    I just came here to celebrate the lifting of the mask mandate. It was lifted a week ago and I’m still celebrating. Woohoo!

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