Much of the traveling public gets their information online. This page includes a website badge and accompanying web copy, social graphics, social media messages, and sample email content.
Show your support for Mask Up by displaying this badge on your website. You can hyperlink this badge to the FAQ page to better assist the traveling public with any questions they may have.
If you need content to accompany the badge, please use:
U.S. federal law requires the wearing of face masks on all forms of public transportation. Mask Up.
Social Media Messages
Let travelers know about the federal law requiring masks on public transportation with these social media posts—all posts link to the FAQ page. These messages can be used across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
Federal law requires you to wear a face mask on public transportation. Mask Up, for you and other passengers. Questions? Check out these FAQs. #MaskUp
Face masks are now required by federal law on planes, buses, trains & all other forms of public transportation. Maintain a safe environment for yourself and others. #MaskUp. Learn more.
When traveling on public transportation, a mask is required by federal law. Completely cover your nose and mouth with your mask and ensure it fits snugly against your face. Keep transportation safe for everyone. #MaskUp. What you need to know.
Help stop the spread of COVID-19 and #MaskUp on all public transportation. Add this additional layer of safety to our transportation system to protect yourself and others. It’s required by federal law—learn more.
Wearing a mask is an easy action and required by federal law. Ensure the safety of yourself and others when traveling. #MaskUp and learn more.
Social Media Graphics
To accompany the above messages, please use these social graphics, sized for all platforms. Previews of the graphics are included below; properly sized graphics are downloadable using the buttons below the preview.
Use this video on your social media platforms, website, or any other digital communication opportunities to help spread the word about the mask requirement.