Effective Feb. 8: Federal Law Requires Masks on Public Transit
February 3, 2021

In accordance with federal law, all passengers aged two years or older are required to wear a face mask that covers both the nose and mouth while awaiting, boarding, traveling on or disembarking any DASH bus to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Effective Monday, February 8, passengers without a mask will not be permitted on any DASH bus.


Passengers who refuse to wear a mask will not be permitted to board the bus. If a passenger removes their mask after boarding, they will not be allowed to continue their trip and must disembark the bus. 


DASH maintains a supply of masks on every bus for passengers without masks who cannot delay their trip to obtain one. If you do not have a mask, simply ask your operator for one when you board the bus.


For more information about the mask mandate, visit: dashbus.com/maskmandateFAQ. For more information about service modifications due to COVID-19, visit: dashbus.com/covidmods. For general updates about COVID-19, visit: dashbus.com/covid19.