«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY, OUR PROMISE»

«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY,
OUR PROMISE»

  • June 24 Update

Face coverings required while riding the bus

Effective Friday, June 26, a statewide order requires all Washington residents to wear a face covering in any public indoor space. This includes public transportation. As such, all C-TRAN passengers must wear a face covering while riding the bus.

The statewide order also applies to outdoor spaces where people are unable to remain six feet apart. This may include bus stops and transit centers where passengers are waiting in line.

For more information on Washington’s current health guidelines and requirements, visit www.coronavirus.wa.gov.

The safety and health of our passengers and employees remains C-TRAN’s top priority. Learn more about the steps we’re taking and how you can help at the stay safe, stay healthy page.


How Buses Are Cleaned

C-TRAN’s vehicle service workers are the team that works behind the scenes to clean our entire fleet of buses every night. We’ve also recently put additional workers out on transit center platforms during the day to clean and disinfect buses in between trips while they're in service.

Take a look behind the scenes:

Remember...

Clean your hands often
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Don’t touch
Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
Stay home
If you experience illness symptoms like a fever or cough, stay home.
Cover a cough or sneeze
Cover your cough or sneeze with your sleeve or disposable tissue.

Questions?
www.clark.wa.gov/public-health