Starting on February 2, 2021, TSA will require individuals to wear a mask at TSA airport screening checkpoints and throughout the commercial and public transportation systems. This requirement will remain effective until January 18,2022.
For more information open attached links.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
mask travel guidance:
Abigail Powell: Assistant Director of Finney County Transit since March 18, 2021.
Rhonda Everett: Transit Director of Finney County Transit since October 05, 2018.
"Our Transportation is Your Destination."
Finney County Transit plays an imperative role in the function and growth of our community. We provide our citizens with the transportation needed for work, school, medical appointments, and social events. We are proud to be a significant component of our community as we maintain our responsibility to the general public.
Finney County Transit provided 54,143 rides in 2021 after following a big drop in ridership during covid-19 closure during Quartenteen 2020, although a tough year we were still able to provide 43,215 essential rides. Even with the minor setback, it brings us to a total of 1,026,157. We started small in 2007 after growing and improving we now have 4 fixed routes for the general public, demand response for our county riders & Mini Buses to assist those with disabilities. Come on out and be a part of our family, let us get you to where you need to go.
Our mission is to provide transportation in our growing community to link people, jobs, and community consistently and safely.
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