Capital Area Transit System (CATS) reminds riders to wear masks
BATON ROUGE - Residents in the Capital City have been diligent when it comes to wearing masks, according to Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome during a Tuesday morning interview with WBRZ.
Later that morning, Capital Area Transit System (CATS) reminded residents that just as they must wear masks while frequenting local businesses, all riders must have a mask or some form of face-covering over their nose and mouth in order to ride CATS vehicles.
The transportation department went on to say that customers without face-coverings are subject to denial of boarding as well as removal from the transit system.
In compliance with Executive Order No. SWB 2020-07-01, All riders must have a mask or some form of face-covering over their nose and mouth in order to ride CATS vehicles. Customers without face-coverings are subject to denial of boarding, removal from the transit system. pic.twitter.com/7MOcAYAZaZ— CATS (@Btrcats) July 7, 2020
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