You Must Now Wear A Mask On Transit Windsor

Thursday July 9th, 2020

Posted at 9:43am


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It is now mandatory for Transit Windsor riders to wear a non-medical mask on buses, as well as at the Windsor International Transit Terminal.

Transit officials say that exemptions will be for children under the age of two and persons with disabilities or medical conditions that prevent a person from wearing a facemask.

With the requirement to wear a non-medical mask, Transit Windsor says they will remove some of the social distancing signs from seats, returning the busses to near normal capacity.

Only the front area behind the driver, which is reserved for a wheelchair/person with a disability, will remain closed to other riders. Once a bus reaches 20 passengers, a sign will be displayed indicating “Sorry the bus is full” and will pass normal stops. When possible, an additional bus will be inserted into service.

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