* Half-Fare Programs Elderly: Any person 62 years or older Disabled: Any person with a disability through an application process Medicare: Any person possessing a Medicare Card pursuant to Title II/XVII of the Social Security Act
The City will observe the following holidays in 2022. This may result in an interruption and/or alteration of the transportaion schedule. Check this site, signup for free text alerts, visit the City of Alexandria Government Facebook Page or check Suddenlink Channel 4 for announcements of schedule changes or updates.
January 1 (Friday) – New Year’s Day
January 17 (Monday) — Martin Luther King Jr. Day
April 15 (Friday) — Good Friday
May 30 (Monday) — Memorial Day
July 4 (Monday) — Independence Day
September 5 (Monday) — Labor Day
November 11 (Friday) — Veterans Day
November 24 (Thursday) — Thanksgiving Day
November 25 (Friday) — Day after Thanksgiving
December 25-26 (Sunday-Monday) — Christmas
On January 29, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an Order imposing a mask requirement applicable to public transportation systems, rail, and van, bus and motorcoach service providers to mitigate the risk of COVID-19. The CDC Order implements President Biden’s Executive Order 13998, Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel, “to save lives and allow all Americans, including the millions of people employed in the transportation industry, to travel and work safely.”
Science-based measures are critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19. Mask-wearing is one of several proven life-saving measures including physical distancing, appropriate ventilation and timely testing that can reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Requiring masks will protect America’s transportation workers and passengers and help control the transmission of COVID-19.
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