MTAS COVID-19 UPDATES/CHANGES
MONTANA NOW IN PHASE 2 OF REOPENING
Transportation services are deemed as “essential ” under federal guidelines.
Most MTAS transportation services are still available. Some tours must be altered or postponed until further notice.
MTAS will continue to follow all guidelines set forth by the US government and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
The following temporary additions/changes are taking place, until the US federal emergency and State of Montana's current restrictions are lifted:
**MTAS requires passengers to wear masks/face coverings during their shuttle trip,
in accordance with current state of Montana regulations:
"Masks are required in counties with more than four active COVID-19 cases, and strongly encouraged in all other counties, for individuals over 5-years-old in public indoor spaces and outdoor settings where social distancing cannot be maintained."
MTAS may be able to provide disposable masks, upon request.
Social distancing within the vehicle can occur with solo passengers and small groups.
Full shuttles (up to 11 passengers) are welcome at this time, with the use of masks/face coverings.
As always, MTAS will take every precaution possible to ensure your travel with the Shuttle is clean and safe.
More Local (MT) Travel Alerts and Resources:
VISITMT.COM (state tourism site): https://www.visitmt.com/travel-alerts.html
Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce: https://missoulachamber.com/
During a federal emergency only, MTAS can also provide the following delivery services:
Medical supplies and equipment related to the testing, diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19.
Supplies and equipment necessary for community safety, sanitation, and prevention of community transmission of COVID-19 such as masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, soap and disinfectants.
Food, paper products and other groceries for emergency restocking of distribution centers or stores.
Immediate precursor raw materials—such as paper, plastic or alcohol—that are required and to be used for the manufacture of essential items.
Equipment, supplies and persons necessary to establish and manage temporary housing, quarantine.
Persons designated by federal, state or local authorities for medical, isolation, or quarantine purposes.
Persons necessary to provide other medical or emergency services.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE FMCSA WEBSITE