The city of El Paso has been awarded more than $40.8 million in federal funding to help Sun Metro continue to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will assist Sun Metro as it prepares to ramp up mobility by bringing back weekday and weekend routes on Aug. 2. Some of the changes include reinstating fare rates and front-door boarding, which have been waived since April, as well as keeping seat-closed signs on every other seat to promote social distancing and requiring operators and passengers to wear face coverings.

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