Mask Required to Ride

PIcon of a person wearing a mask in white surrounded by a blue circle.assengers are highly recommended to wear a mask while using Yolobus services in accordance with TSA guidelines.

Updated April 19, 2022.

YCTD COVID-19 Updates:

YCTD is closely monitoring all local, state and federal regulations and guidelines. Please continue to check this page for the latest updates.

June 21, 2022 – Yolobus was notified on June 21, 2022 that an employee of Transdev, the contractor that operates transit services for Yolobus, tested positive for COVID-19. The operator is currently in quarantine and will not be eligible to return to work without being medically cleared. Yolobus would like to notify all passengers who rode the following services as they may have been potentially exposed to the virus during their ride:

    • Wednesday, June 15, 2022
      • Route 240 (morning)
      • Route 212 (morning)
    • Thursday, June 16, 2022
      • Route 240 (morning)

Yolobus continues to perform regular rigorous cleaning and safety protocols to ensure that all passengers are safe during their ride. Riders on all Yolobus services are encouraged to wear a mask to protect themselves and the people around them.

April 19, 2022 – As of Monday, April 18, 2022, TSA will no longer enforce the mask mandate due to a federal court ruling. YCTD still highly recommends passengers using Yolobus services wear a mask while riding public transportation, especially if unvaccinated.

April 13, 2022 – Face coverings for public transit will extend through May 3, 2022 as per TSA and CDC mandate. We will continue to require face coverings while waiting for and riding on all Yolobus services. We thank you for your cooperation.

March 11, 2022 – Face coverings for public transportations will extend through April 18, 2022. While the Transportation Security Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to update their guidelines, we will continue to require face coverings while waiting for and riding on all Yolobus services. We thank you for your cooperation.

February 28, 2022 – Starting March 1, the State of California has announced a strong recommendation for both vaccinated and unvaccinated persons to mask in indoor public places. Mask requirements will end, except for health care, long-term care, correctional, childcare and K-12 school, emergency shelter, and public transportation settings.

January 2, 2022 – Yolobus is still experiencing reduced service to certain routes. Please see our Reduced Services Update for January 2, 2022 for more information.

 

Check Before You Ride

With the ever-changing landscape of this pandemic, staff would like to advise all Yolobus passengers to check for service change alerts prior to riding. To do this, please visit our Rider Alerts page for more information. Riders may also sign up for emails and text updates here.