For Immediate Release
August 27, 2021
Maury Express Service Update
The Maury Express transportation system will resume Saturday service on September 4th. Service will operate from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Fare is still free at this time to help eliminate touch points. Per latest TSA update, the mask mandate has been extended to January 18th, 2022, and as such, all patrons of public transportation are required to wear a face covering to use the services.
For the safety of our operators and passengers, the operators will continue disinfecting and sanitizing the vehicles during their morning vehicle inspection, as well as spot cleaning throughout the day as time permits. We ask that passengers continue to help practice social distancing by spacing out on the vehicle.
The Maury Express would also like to announce the opening of a new bus stop servicing Hines Ln, just off Greenhouse Rd. This stop will be added on a pilot basis and will be assessed at the end of the year for permanent status.
Any changes to service level will be distributed by normal means (Facebook, tv, radio, etc.). We will continue to closely monitor the ongoing developments and safety information related to the coronavirus (covid-19).
For more information, please contact Joseph Baker, Director of Regional Transit, RADAR at (800) 964-5707 Ext. 125 or visit RADAR’s website – www.radartransit.org.