• All passengers fare free ~ Customer Service and administration lobby are closed to the public until further notice

Jefferson Transit COVID19 Response Updates


Reduced Service Route Schedules: Effective 3/30/2020

Jefferson Transit will be running on reduced service until further notice effective March 30, 2020. Jefferson Transit Fixed Route and Dial-A-Ride will operate service Monday through Friday and will NOT operate service on Saturdays. All routes and services including Dial-A-Ride are currently fare free. Go to Reduced Service Schedule


 

Effective Thursday 3/19/2020

As a temporary precaution to help limit the spread of the Corona Virus / COVID-19 the Customer Service and Administration lobby will be closed to the public until further notice.

During the closure Customer Service representatives will be available by calling 360-385-4777 during normal business hours. Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:15 pm

Please check our website at www.jeffersontransit.com for more Information and updates.


ALL PASSENGERS FARE FREE

  • Only Passengers requiring the lift or ramp will board at the front door
  • All other passengers board at the rear


Jefferson Transit, COVID-19 Monitoring- Limiting the Spread of Coronavirus

We understand with the recent outbreak of the coronavirus people may be feeling anxiety and concern about riding public transportation.  Jefferson Transit is taking steps to limit the spread of coronavirus through its operations.  An environmental services company has been contracted to perform decontaminate fogging in the fixed route coaches.  All other passenger vehicles will be disinfected by hand as they return from service with an antiviral solution that kills coronavirus.  Date log trackers have been established to monitor the frequency of fogging and other cleaning services performed on each vehicle individually. For more information visit: https://benefect.com/ca/products/decon-30/

Jefferson Transit has supplied its front-line staff with gloves and sanitizer wipes to reduce their risk of infection from germs.

Posters from the Washington State Department of Health on How to Stop the Spread of Germs have been posted in shelters and on buses.

Jefferson Transit continues to monitor the alerts from the Jefferson County Public Health and encourages our customers to follow the directions of public health officials.

We encourage our customers to follow the directions of public health officials including frequent hand washing, covering your cough and sneezes, and avoiding touching your face. We ask that all riders take the advice of health authorities to stay home and avoid public places if you or someone you live with are sick, especially if there are symptoms such as a fever, cough or other respiratory symptoms.

Our top priority is to help support the public and our employees in staying healthy and safe. Thank you for partnering with us to help prevent the spread of illness.

Additional Links:

https://www.cdc.gov

https://jeffersoncountypublichealth.org