Metro has launched a new awareness campaign called “Keep Metro Clean and Safe” to protect employees and riders from COVID-19 and improve the customer experience by promoting shared responsibility and mutual respect.
As part of the campaign’s awareness efforts, we are inviting riders to be partners in creating a healthier, safer and more enjoyable experience. The “Keep Metro Clean and Safe” campaign focuses on three important rules:
- Mask wearing. Metro will remind customers to do their part and wear a face mask. Masks should cover the nose and mouth and be worn at all times when using public transit per federal law.
- Metro is a no-smoking zone. Customers will be asked to extinguish their cigarette or smoking device to help ensure the health of fellow riders.
- Metro is a no-littering zone. Customers should throw all trash, including used face masks, into designated trash receptacles
While you do your part, we’ll do ours. Metro has recently deployed additional teams on the subway to focus on cleaning, and we’ve begun a midday bus layover cleaning pilot project at Terminal 28 (T28), a layover zone adjacent to L.A. Technical Trade College. The teams dispose of trash, clean up spills, remove graffiti and wipe down vehicle interiors.
For more information about the Keep Metro Clean and Safe campaign, visit metro.net.