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  • Masks Still Required Aboard DTA Buses and in Transit Hubs

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    May 14, 2021
    Masks Still Required Aboard DTA Buses and in Transit Hubs

    Friday, May 14, 2021

    The DTA wants to remind the public that while the CDC guidance has changed, masks are still required on buses and in transit hubs. This applies to all passengers, including those who are fully vaccinated.  Therefore, masks (or other approved face coverings) are still required at the Duluth Transportation Center (DTC) facility, aboard all DTA buses, and in STRIDE paratransit vehicles.

    The corresponding TSA security directive is currently expected to remain in place until this fall.  Masks are available free-of-charge in dispensers on all regular route buses, and at the DTC customer service booth.  “At the DTA, we remain committed to providing safe, reliable transportation as restrictions are easing in some aspects.  Continuing to wear masks as required in this phase will ensure that our passengers and team can stay safe,” said Rod Fournier, DTA Interim General Manager.

    For additional information click here.  David Clark, Director of Marketing, Duluth Transit Authority, 218-623-4314.

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