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The Province of Ontario has extended the masking requirement for public transit until June 11, 2022.

We kindly remind customers to continue wearing a mask or face covering when riding in a public transit vehicle or enclosed spaces, such as terminals. The requirement to mask on public transit will continue until the provincial mandate is lifted, which is anticipated by June 11, 2022. 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why are masks still required on transit?
While masking is no longer mandatory in some public places, wearing a mask or face covering is still required on public transit. We kindly remind customers to continue wearing a mask or face covering when riding in a public transit vehicle and in enclosed spaces, like terminals. The requirement to mask on public transit will continue until the provincial mandate is lifted, which is anticipated by June 11, 2022.
When will mask requirements end on public transit?
The requirement to mask on public transit will continue until the provincial mandate is lifted, which is anticipated by June 11, 2022.
Am I still required to wear a mask when I’m at the bus stop/terminal?
While masking is longer mandatory in some public places, wearing a mask or face covering is still required on public transit vehicles and in enclosed spaces, like terminals.
Will drivers still be required to wear masks?
While masking is longer mandatory in some public places, wearing a mask or face covering is still required on public transit. This includes drivers when they are not behind the driver barrier on the bus.
Will I still be able to wear my mask when the mask requirements are lifted?
Once the provincial mask mandate is lifted and masks are no longer required on public transit, it is a personal choice to continue wearing a mask. We ask that our customers continue to respect the individual choice to wear a mask or not.