Updated Harford Transit LINK Operations During COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic No Fixed Route Services; Limited Demand Response


In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and Governor Hogan’s State of Emergency directive to suspend public transportation to the general public across Maryland, Harford Transit LINK will follow the updated directive of the governor and suspend all fixed route bus services effective Friday, March 20 until further notice.

Demand Response services will continue for existing pre-qualified clients for services including medical trips such as dialysis and chemotherapy, to hospitals, clinics and health facilities, and trips to pharmacies and grocery stores, until further notice.  Please note, no new clients will be accepted for this service during this state of emergency.

The Harford Transit Office, located in Abingdon, continues to be closed to the public.

Harford Transit LINK is implementing these protocols for public safety that are aligned with recommendations from Governor Hogan, the Maryland Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control.

For Harford Transit LINK updates please visit http://www.harfordtransitlink.org.

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