MADISON, Wis. — The City of Madison is confirming that masks will now not be required on the town’s Metro buses following a federal courtroom choice Monday that struck down a requirement that individuals put on masks whereas touring on public transit.
Following the ruling, the Transportation Security Administration mentioned it was now not going to implement its “Security Directives and Emergency Amendment” that required mask-wearing on public transportation and transportation hubs like airports.
The TSA is reminding folks the CDC nonetheless recommends mask-wearing in indoor public transportation settings, however they now not have the authority to require it because of the courtroom ruling.
Following the choice, the City of Madison says employees is engaged on eradicating signage concerning the requirement on buses, bus stations, switch factors, and different areas, however it is going to take time to take away all the signage.
“Metro greatly appreciates all of its riders’ cooperation during the extended time this mandate was in place,” the town mentioned in a press release on Tuesday morning.
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