rabbittransit Invites You to Ride… Together!
A 42” sign is displayed as riders enter the bus, detailing three reminders we can all participate in: Practice social distancing, wear a mask, and keep hands clean. rabbittransit has taken several steps to bolster these efforts on board. Lexan barriers were installed on all vehicles to promote social distancing and for those without face coverings, rabbittransit provides cloth masks at no cost to riders upon request. To further reduce contact, rabbittransit recommends paying through the Transit App or Token Transit. Also, riders are encouraged to make use of the hand-sanitizing stations upon entering and exiting the vehicle.
“Battling the pandemic is a community effort,” said rabbittransit Executive Director Richard Farr. “In order to flatten the curve and keep COVID-19 transmission numbers down, we all need to do our part.”
The vehicles are continuing to be sanitized with common touchpoints wiped down throughout the day. Drivers are provided with their own personal protective equipment at the start of their shifts. If riders continue to distance from each other, wear masks, and keep clean hands, the risk of viral transmission is very low.
“Our riders can feel comfortable returning to public transit,“ said Farr. “When we all follow the CDC guidelines, when we keep our distance, wear our masks, and have clean hands, we can all create a safer environment for traveling together.”
rabbittransit, a regional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Franklin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union and York Counties. More than 8,000 people depend on rabbittransit each day to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life-sustaining activities. rabbittransit is dedicated to helping all residents in the region get to where they want to go.
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