METRO continues to put safety first, as always, in response to COVID-19 (the coronavirus). Posters are going up all across the system reminding riders and everyone in the community to protect themselves and others by wearing face masks.Safety Remains Priority #1 in METRO’S Response to COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has acknowledged face masks could provide some benefit in preventing the spread of the disease.
Even more cleaning teams are on the job now disinfecting surfaces frequently touched by the public. This additional staffing allows METRO to go beyond its usual, rigorous daily cleaning and provide extra midday cleanings at transit centers.
Click here to see the cleaning staff hard at work helping to blunt the spread of COVID-19.
METRO President & CEO Tom Lambert shares the Authority’s commitment to everyone in the region as we work together to care for each other and ourselves. He also encourages riders to wear a face covering and only take essential trips.
Click here to hear Lambert’s message of appreciation.
METRO’s extended family is doing its part. When METRO Police Officer Ng learned about the shortage of personal protective equipment for first responders, he knew just the people who could help.
Click here to see how Officer Ng’s wife, children and mother turned their sewing talents into an act of generosity.
We couldn’t do any of this without you. METRO customers continue to adhere to public health officials’ guidelines, and that allows us to continue to run essential services for essential trips.
Click here to see messages riders are leaving for our front line staff, and all we can say is the feeling is mutual.