CASPER Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) Bill the bus driver is working on a new essential to the end of his shift, sanitizing it.
“The driver wipes down all the touched surfaces and the entire interior is fogged with disinfectant. The windows are cracked overnight for ventilation. This happens every night,” said John Jones, CATC executive director.
Jones added that they are using heavy-duty cleaner and bleach on the weekends. If there is a positive case of COVID-19 in Natrona County they will switch to doing this every day.
Also, they hope to stay running but will shut down if told to do so by the health department.
He added that this free service will still be available to people who have essential appointments.
“We will continue to run those because we understand they need dialysis, chemotherapy and they need to stick to that schedule,” Jones said.
He wanted to include that the busses will run early in the morning for registered CATC riders who need to go to Smith’s and Albertsons to beat the rush.
They will go to Smith’s Monday, Wednesday and Friday and Albertson’s on Tuesday and Thursday starting Monday, March 23.