Limited Service Imposed By Harbor Transit In Response To Covid-19 Outbreak
Grand Haven, Michigan – Harbor Transit has taken added precautions in an effort to protect the health of its riders by announcing that limited service went into effect at noon on Monday, March 16 and will be in place until further notice. Due to the Coronavirus, Harbor Transit will only be transporting riders to the following locations:
- Doctor’s Appointments
- Medical Emergencies (including dialysis)
- Work (includes babysitting)
- Court Appointments,
- Secretary of State (licenses that expire that day)
- Daycare, and Daycare Facilities
- Medical Prescriptions
- Physical Therapy
- Mental Health
- Car Repair
- Alano Club.
Trips will be made to grocery stores at this time but could change based upon limitations placed upon the agency. It is recommended that riders pick up all necessities in the event further limitations need to be imposed. To help ensure the health of its riders Harbor Transit has intensified the cleaning and disinfecting of its buses. Sanitizing all buses will be implemented at the end of each shift helping to ensure the vehicles are as clean and germ-free as possible. “The safety and wellbeing of our riders are and will continue to be our highest single priority,” stated Director Steve Patrick.