Rapid City Regional Airport, Rapid Transit no longer requiring masks
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Rapid City Regional Airport and Rapid Transit are no longer requiring masks to be worn following the federal requirement change.
Rapid City Regional Airport announced Tuesday that wearing masks will be optional at the airport saying the TSA has issued guidance that it will no longer enforce mask-related regulations and will be withdrawing security directives that require face masks. The change is effective immediately.
Additionally in the city, Rapid Transit isn’t requiring masks to be worn on transit buses, but they are still recommended.
New signs will be placed on the buses to reflect the change. Drivers are not required to wear masks but can continue to if they want.