Metro will continue to be there for essential workers and essential trips and continues its efforts to provide safe trips for our riders in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Los Angeles County Department of Public Health - http://www.lapublichealth.org
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LA County and the world is currently facing an unprecedented challenge. Metro remains in service for essential trips only. We are here to serve the people who serve us.
The doctors. The nurses. The paramedics. The first responders. The cleaners. The pharmacists. The security guards. Your delivery person. The store clerk. The construction workers. The caretakers. The food service workers. The maintenance workers. The utility workers. The mail carriers. The warehouse workers. The grocery store workers.
...and all our essential workers.
We are thankful to everyone doing their part. At work. Or by staying at home.
We've taken a number of steps to make our system as safe as possible. For our riders. And our operators.
We've strengthened cleaning on our buses and trains. We're asking riders to board Metro buses through the rear door. And to practice social distancing on buses and trains.
The men and women of Metro's Operations team are Metro's frontline. Their exceptional dedication and commitment keeps our system running. If you have the chance, please thank them too.
For those who must keep moving when the rest of the world has stopped...
If you need us, Metro is here. But otherwise, please stay home.
Keep up-to-date on Metro's COVID-19 response by visiting http://www.metro.net/
Stay informed about COVID-19 in LA County, including guidelines to help keep you and your family safe, visit http://www.lapublichealth.org