Effective immediately the stop on the Red Route westbound for the Miracle Mile Plaza is moving 300 feet to the west near to the new crosswalk on US Rte 4 (across from the new Listen Thrift Store). Also, the stop on the other side at the Auto Zone for the Red Route heading towards City Hall is moving 300 feet to the west to the same crosswalk area on the Listen Thrift store side of US4.
We express our appreciation to the city of Lebanon for doing this project. It will improve the safety factor for riders using this stop and help them to cross this busy roadway in a safe manner.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 Announcement for AT Riders – October 14, 2020
Because of the elevated COVID levels in Grafton County announced today by the State of New Hampshire, Advance Transit is implementing rider limits on all buses in both New Hampshire and Vermont:
• 35’ Gillig buses 17 riders (normally buses on the Red and Blue routes)
• 30’ Gillig buses 13 riders (normally buses on the Green, Orange, Brown and Yellow routes)
• 14′ Chevy buses (16 passenger)- 8 riders (Hanover Shuttles)
• 18′ Ford buses 10 riders (also Hanover Shuttles)
The only exception will be for families to allow them on so they are not separated.
Advance Transit has completed the installation of physical barriers between passenger seat rows on all AT buses. The main way that the COVID-19 virus spreads is from person to person through respiratory droplets when people cough, sneeze or talk. The installation of the plastic barriers is for the protection of our riders.
These barriers are in addition to requiring all passengers wear a mask throughout their travel on the bus and maintain social distancing. All AT buses are cleaned and disinfected at the end of each day’s service; our drivers are screening daily before driving by taking their temperature and assessing other potential symptoms; all drivers’ seating is screening from passengers; all AT facilities are disinfected daily, employees are screened daily and employees and guests are required to wear a mask when moving throughout the facility.
AT is concerned about the safety of our riders and our employees. We will continue to diligently work to prevent or minimize the transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19. We appreciate the support of our riders through their compliance with required safety practices.