CTA: There are signs and announcements enforcing mask usage

John Williams

Passengers ride Chicago’s Blue Line commuter train, Wednesday, July 12, 2006, a day after the line was shut down following a rush hour derailment. An eight-car train on the same line derailed Tuesday, sparking a tunnel fire that injured more than 150 of about 1,000 people aboard. At least two injured passengers remained hospitalized Wednesday in critical condition as federal investigators tried to determine why the train’s rear wheels jumped the track. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

CTA Spokesperson Brian Steele joins John Williams to address the amount of customers who elect not to wear masks on the train, in spite of signs and announcements enforcing them. Plus, Brian talks about monitoring numbers of people boarding trains and buses to avoid close contact between riders.

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