INDIANAPOLIS - IndyGo reminds riders, effective tomorrow, July 9,  that they must wear masks onboard all IndyGo fixed route and paratransit vehicles and at all IndyGo facilities, including the Carson Transit Center, to comply with the Marion County Health Department’s order that masks are required in public spaces.

IndyGo has strongly encouraged the use of masks and face coverings onboard throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. IndyGo asks riders to wear masks to protect themselves, fellow riders, and IndyGo staff. IndyGo has taken a number of additional steps to protect riders and staff, including increased cleaning activities and the installation of plexiglass shields for Operators.

“We’re glad to see riders returning to our buses, but we need to work together to keep one another safe,” said Inez Evans, President and CEO of IndyGo. “We’ve ramped up our cleaning efforts and protective measures for Operators and riders; do your part by wearing a face covering onboard.”

Free masks are available at the Julia Carson Transit Center while supplies last during retail center hours as well as online through the City of Indianapolis #MaskUpIndy initiative at indy.gov/masks. Learn more about IndyGo’s response to the coronavirus at indygo.net/health.

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