MRT welcomes people of all ages, abilities, and incomes to ride with us. We only ask that you schedule your trip in advance and comply with our policies. Passengers must not disturb other passengers or the driver. Drivers may provide a verbal warning if disruptive behavior arises. Continued disruptive behavior will lead to suspension. Drivers have the right to refuse services to anyone. No passengers are allowed to stand while the vehicle is in motion. Drivers are not allowed to conduct personal business for any passenger.
MRTD will be closed on President's Day (February 15, 2021) to conduct mandatory annual training with our drivers. Please make alternate transportation plans for that day. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
SPECIAL MESSAGE TO ALL RIDERS AND THE PUBLIC: "KEEPING YOUR RIDE WITH MRTD SAFE & CLEAN"
"In our effort to help prevent the spread of seasonal germs, including but not limited to the Covid-19 pathogen, MRTD is taking extra precautions regarding the disinfecting of the surfaces inside transit vehicles. Increasing the frequency and method of surface cleaning of handrails, touch-surfaces, seats and seatbelts, is one area of prevention we can implement to ensure we are sensitive to the health of our riding public and our drivers'. Like many other agencies serving the public, MRTD will follow recommendations as set forth by our local health departments and we will continue to seek guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/ "
Thank you for continuing to utilize the services of the Monroe - Randolph Transit District. We remain at your service.
Jesica Gentry Schlimme, MSW Executive Director, Monroe - Randolph Transit District