Commuters have said they will continue to SLOTXO wear masks and practise social distancing despite the government lifting legal restrictions.
Nightclubs have reopened, limits on the number of people at events have been removed and face coverings are no longer required by law.
In South Yorkshire public transport users have been asked to continue wearing masks by regional mayor Dan Jarvis because of an increase in cases.
In Barnsley, where the BBC spoke to a number of travellers, most said they were happy to "play their part" to stop the virus spreading.
In Barnsley, the coronavirus rate per 100,000 people has increased to 733, a week-on-week increase from 681.
Sheffield City Region mayor and Labour MP Mr Javis says "now is not the time" to remove the legal restrictions around mask-wearing.
'It's a habit now'
At the town's interchange, you can see the marks left by floor stickers telling people to social distance.
Posters asking people to continue wearing their masks remain, with most following the advice.
Leeds-bound sisters Samantha and Adriana Dombrovska are taking their first journey on public transport in weeks - something they have previously tried to avoid.
"It's weird now where you take your mask off when you walk in shops," retail worker Samantha says.