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    Default Portland, Ore., decreases transit distancing

    Trains Magazine
    July 27, 2020

    Portland's TriMet decreases distancing rule
    Portland-area transit agency TriMet has increased the passenger limits on trains and buses as of Sunday, decreasing required spacing between passengers to 3 feet under guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and Gov. Kate Brown.

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    Default Re: Portland, Ore., decreases transit distancing

    I went into the pharmacy today. They have two chairs, and until today they were close together, although there are markings on the floor. After four months, someone woke up and put them at the correct spacing!

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