Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mind and body healthy. In many areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces as a way to relieve stress, get some fresh air and vitamin D, stay active, and safely connect with others.
Know before you go: While these facilities and areas can offer health benefits, it is important that you follow the necessary steps to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, or (Any other Viruses)
Do: Prepare before you visit
State and local authorities will decide whether parks and other recreational facilities will open. Check with the park in advance to be sure you know which areas or services are open, such as bathroom facilities and concessions, and bring what you need with you.
The National Park Services will decide on a park-by-park basis whether a national park will be open. Please check with individual parks for specific details since, in many cases, visitor centers, concessions, and bathroom facilities might be closed.
State and local authorities will decide whether natural bodies of water and beaches or swim areas will be open. Please check with individual beaches or swim areas for specific details.
We take your safety very seriously, as we do our drivers and other staff. To help ensure this, we would like to point out the following measures in practice:
At that time, we believed that guests sharing the vehicles with various strangers, who may or not be sick, was too much of a risk to them and us.
Today, we are very pleased to look back at that rightful and caring decision, which prioritizes the safety of our Passengers, Drivers and Staff ahead of Profits for over 20 years, and we value your trust in us to keep to that key policy.
Although Rapidshuttle has been very proactive for over 20 years by already having some of the above guidelines in place; we are making it part of our culture and in the way we do business from now on. For at least the next 3 years, such guidelines will be revisited every 3 months to be updated accordingly to the CDC recommendations. After the 3rd year, we will update these polices/guidelines a minimum of once a year or as needed.
Thank you for using Rapidshuttle. Your Safety is our Priority – Always!