Face Masks – Nov. 2nd

UPDATED: November 2, 2020

Face masks will be required on ALL Tulsa Transit vehicles. NO MASK, NO SERVICE! Drivers will have a limited supply of face masks for those who need them, one per person.

(from the Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus)


July 16, 2020

Last night, the Tulsa City Council voted to approve a citywide mask ordinance to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Face masks will be required to ride a bus, both Fixed Route and Lift. Face masks will also be required when riders are waiting for buses (at bus stops, shelters and stations) when social distancing cannot be maintained. Thank you for helping keep you, other riders, and drivers safe!

For full details on types of face masks, exceptions and more, click here.


 

April 27, 2020

Tulsa Transit urges all passengers to wear face masks while riding, beginning April 27. This comes from the recommendation of the CDC as another precautionary step we can all take to help keep our employees and fellow passengers safe and protected.

If a traditional mask is not available riders may opt to wear scarves, handkerchiefs or cloth coverings. Coverings can be made from common household items, such as bandanas, T-shirts, coffee filters, fabric strips, strings and rubber bands.