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Airport Ground Transportation Association

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We are a trade association for ground transportation operators, airport authorities, and industry suppliers dedicated to the continuous improvement of airport ground transportation services for the traveling public.

AGTA “Let’s Talk About It” Zoom Conference #6

"Assuring Clean Travel"

Wednesday, June 24 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

This week's “Let’s Talk About It” features a discussion of how to clean and disinfect ground transportation vehicles as well how to keep track of actions taken as proof that the airport or ground operator is using all CDC compliant guidelines.

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81433075555?pwd=dzVZdWtoRmVIMzA0UkJ1bVBCdVV4QT09

Further Zoom details will be e-mailed to current AGTA members soon. Prior to the call, members may want to review the AGTA recommended best practice guidelines for airport ground transportation vehicles and drivers to follow in order to protect both passengers and drivers. AGTA Preliminary Recommended Guidelines for Pandemic Operations:

  • Ensure “daily” deep cleaning and disinfecting of vehicle door handles and inside surfaces (with a qualifying coronavirus-killing disinfectant)
  • Drivers and passengers to wear masks over their nose and mouth
  • Drivers to be provided with masks for customers and right to refuse service if passenger(s) refuses to wear a mask
  • Drivers are to be supplied with disposable towels and qualifying coronavirus- killing disinfectant to wipe common passenger touch points within their vehicle after each use or circuit to/from the airport
  • Where practical, drivers are to lower vehicle windows to increase airflow
  • Drivers and passengers to have ready access to alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 60 percent alcohol and on-board receptacles for after use disposal
  • Drivers are to use disposal gloves for each passenger(s) or circuit to/from the airport when handling luggage
  • Where practical, drivers are to be temperature tested prior to picking up passengers
  • Where practical, install plexiglass partitions between driver and passenger compartments
  • Drivers will post within clear view of the passenger the time of the last cleaning or wipe down of their vehicle
  • Where practical, per capita service providers will provide cashless payment systems with no touch options
  • Passengers are not to occupy front seats in the vehicle
  • Where practical, service providers will provide social distancing in their vehicles by limiting passengers or seats

Prepare your questions now ---- and find your answers on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.