For the safety of all riders, Parking and Transportation Services, as well as our vendors Academy, Zipcar and Gotcha Mobility, are taking extra precautions to minimize community transmission of COVID-19
Academy-operated Niner Transit vehicles are sanitized daily with EPA-approved, hospital-grade disinfectant sprays and wipes. Academy staff wearing personal protective equipment:
- Wipe high-touch surfaces with disinfectants
- Mist buses with disinfectant spray
Restock sanitizer wipes daily
Riders are expected to:
- Wear a mask or face covering while riding
- Enter through the front door near the driver
- Exit through the rear door
If riders do not have a face covering, a complimentary disposable mask will be provided, if available.
Watch a video about sanitization procedures.
Paratransit vehicles are disinfected with tuberculocidal spray twice daily: before each shift and at the end of the day.
Paratransit ridership will be limited to one rider (plus an assistant if needed).
At each shift change, drivers:
- Mist the vehicle with disinfectant spray
- Wipe seating areas, seatbelts, door handles and the driver’s area with disinfectant wipes
Clean floor areas with disinfectant cleaner, if needed
Riders are expected to wear a mask or face covering for the duration of their trip. If riders do not have a face covering, a complimentary disposable mask will be provided.
Gotcha bikeshare and e-scooters
Gotcha employees will:
- Disinfect bikes and e-scooters throughout each day
- Use hand sanitizer when retrieving or rebalancing bikes and e-scooters
Follow CDC guidelines pertaining to proper personal hygiene practices
Zipcar has implemented enhanced cleaning protocols for all vehicles. More information is available on Zipcar’s website.
Riders are strongly encouraged to bring disinfectant wipes and sanitize the vehicle surfaces before and after each reservation.
If you need help with your Zipcar reservation, or you have any questions, please contact 1-866-4ZIPCAR.
Updates to COVID-19 cleaning procedures
Enhanced cleaning procedures will be in place until the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) indicates that preventive measures are no longer required. More information about cleaning and disinfecting public spaces is available on the CDC’s COVID-19 webpage.