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What to Expect When You Ride PSTA
Protective Face Coverings
- Effective April 19, 2022: Masks and face coverings are no longer required at PSTA terminals, stops, or onboard PSTA vehicles.
- Riders, operators, and employees are still encouraged to wear protective face coverings while on PSTA properties including terminals, stops, and vehicles.
- For more information on proper face coverings and recommended COVID-19 guidelines please visit CDC’s website.
How We’re Slowing the Spread
PSTA is cleaning all vehicles, terminals, transit centers, and facilities daily. This includes:
- Increased use of disinfectants to wipe down handrails, doorknobs, handles and restrooms.
- Sanitizing every vehicle with a spray disinfectant, including touch-points like seats, floors, windows, ceilings, handrails, and the driver area.
- Removing vehicles from service to disinfect if a bio-hazard situation exists.
- Posting signage on-board to remind passengers of critical health guidelines.
Frequent hand-washing remains one of the best methods for safeguarding your health and slowing the spread of the virus. Wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. Cough or sneeze into the crook of your elbow, not your hand. And most importantly, stay home when you’re sick.
If you see any unsanitary condition on a bus or at a terminal, call our InfoLine at 727-540-1900.
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PSTA InfoLine: 727-540-1900
Hearing Impaired TDD: 727-540-0603
All general rider inquiries can be directed to our Customer Service Department.
Please contact the PSTA InfoLine if you have questions about PSTA’s efforts to ensure the health and safety of both passengers and bus operators.