We are in the process of notifying persons who may have been in close contact with the employees, including co-workers and others. We are reporting today that two VIA employees tested positive for COVID-19. As of today, 26 team members are recovering at home. NORTH STAR TRANSIT CENTER (S.SIDE). The buses they operated have since been cleaned and disinfected, per our enhanced cleaning protocol. VIA bus schedules are displayed right on Google maps. We’ll continue to monitor this situation and determine possible next steps. Only essential trips, outlined in the “Stay Home, Work Safe” order should be made during this time. To date, 56 VIA operators, 24 administrative employees, and 30 maintenance staff members have tested positive, while 51 employees have recovered and returned to work. Amera Solutions. All others have been cleared to return to work. A list of routes they operated prior to their last day are listed below. Buses they operated have been cleaned and sanitized daily as part of our enhanced cleaning protocols. The employee who reported testing positive Friday works in Fleet Maintenance and last reported for duty on June 23. Anyone not observing the City/County order may not be allowed to board or may be asked to exit the vehicle or facility, beginning Wednesday, April 22. To date, 54 VIA operators, 24 administrative employees, and 27 maintenance staff members have tested positive. To date, 37 VIA operators, 12 administrative employees and 18 maintenance staff members have tested positive for the virus. There is no recent work/route information for this employee who has been off duty for a prolonged period. There are 63 active cases, with 59 employees recovering at home and 4 being treated at area hospitals. A list of routes they drove prior to their last day are listed below. To date, 49 VIA operators, 21 administrative employees, and 26 maintenance staff members have tested positive for the virus. A Fleet Maintenance team member who reported testing positive was last on duty August 13. Offering departs or arrivals dailly, those 3 points are c alled NORTH STAR TC, CENTRO PLAZA, CENTRO PLAZA ONLY. To date, 101 VIA operators, 43 administrative employees, and 62 maintenance staff members have reported testing positive, of which 177 employees have recovered and returned to work. There are currently 7 active cases, with 6 employees recovering at home, and 1 being treated at an area hospital. – West Ave and Loop 410). For this bus trip heading to DOWNTOWN, there are the following options of departure stations. We’re thankful to all frontline workers, including our own VIA team — the bus and van operators, maintenance crews, police officers, customer care representatives and many others whose dedication throughout this COVID-19 season shows the true heart of public service. Riders are reminded to only make essential trips during this time and observe VIA’s requirements to practice social distancing and wear a face covering in public. They have little to no contact with the public in their role. We have removed or restricted access to several seats aboard buses to create an opportunity for social distancing, including the seats closest to the driver, and others throughout the bus. The free app is available on Apple and Android smart phones. SAN PEDRO Frequent ticket prices also will vary on peak and off-peak hours. Route Maps & Timetables. Skip to main content. A Maintenance Employee who reported testing positive was last on duty December 18 and his now recovering at home. Via Metropolitan Transit is located at the address 1720 N Flores St in San Antonio, Texas 78212. The other was last at work on June 25. To date, 103 VIA operators, 44 administrative employees, and 62 maintenance staff members have reported testing positive, of which 182employees have recovered and returned to work. A Bus Operator who reported testing positive was last on duty November 30 and his now recovering at home. To date, 111 VIA operators, 45 administrative employees, and 66 maintenance staff members have reported testing positive, of which 195 employees have recovered and returned to work. We are in the process of notifying persons who may have come into close contact with the employee, including co-workers and others. We will continue to stress monitoring, self-reporting, and social distancing for all our employees in order to help keep our staff and community safe. Zoom down to an area in San Antonio to see small blue bus icons representing VIA bus stops. We are reporting today that A VIA employee tested positive for COVID-19. A second Maintenance Department employee reported a positive test today. We are reporting today that a VIA employee tested positive for COVID-19. Transit Centers offer limited parking and are used primarily as major transfer stations. Select an icon to display schedules for routes serving that stop. Our senior leadership team has met daily with safety and operations staff to prepare and address the rapidly changing situation. What can customers do to help stop the spread of germs? A Bus Operator who reported testing positive was last on duty November 9 and his now recovering at home. ), 5/30 MCCULLOUGH (Downtown – North Star– Airport) RIGSBY (Downtown – Rigsby/LOOP 410), SPACER – 20 NEW BRAUNFELS FREQUENT (Downtown – McCreless Market- Brooks), SPACER – 76 W. COMMERCE SKIP (Centro Plaza – Kel-Lac), SPACER-- 76 W. COMMERCE SKIP (Centro Plaza – Kel-Lac), SPACER- 82 CULEBRA FREQUENT (Downtown-Ingram P/R), 21/77 KIRBY/CONVERSE (Downtown- Randolph P/R) MARTIN (Downtown – Aurora/Consuelo), 2 – Blanco/Sir Winston, 34 – S. St. Mary’s/Brooks Transit Center, 4 – San Pedro/North Star Transit Center, 28 –Porter St, 5 – McCullough/Airport/North Star Transit Center, 30 – Rigbsy/Loop 410, 613 HERITAGE NW (Kel-Lac P/R – Filmore/Potranco), 9/43 BROADWAY FREQUENT (Downtown- Highpoint/Ridgeside) SOUTH FLORES FREQUENT (Downtown- Gillette/Pleasanton), 100 PRIMO FREDERICKSBURG (Ellis Alley P/R – Centro Plaza – Medical Center), 103 PRIMO ZARZAMORA (Crossroads P/R – Madla P/R), 82/95 CULEBRA FREQUENT (Downtown – Ingram P/R.) Their work area and areas they may have visited prior to their last day have been cleaned and disinfected daily, as part of our enhanced cleaning protocols. More will begin working remotely, following the shelter-in-place order to limit interaction and promote social distancing. While there have been no cases of COVID-19 (formerly known as coronavirus) linked to transit use in our region, and federal health officials maintain that the risk to the general public for contracting the virus remains low, protecting our passengers and employees is our top priority. VIA will continue to provide essential service in a safe environment while we assess the immediate and long-term effects of the shelter-in-place order for San Antonio and Bexar County. We learned today that one VIA employee has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and is recovering at home. Their work areas and areas they may have visited prior to their last day have been cleaned and sanitized as part of our enhanced daily cleaning protocols. We are reporting today that Three VIA employees tested positive for COVID-19. It is not known how they contracted the virus. A list of routes they operated before their last day is listed below. What is VIA doing to help protect its employees? A VIA operator whose test results were reported today last worked on June 11. (210) 362-2006. They work for MV Transportation, a company that employs drivers for VIAtrans service. Directions. We are in the process of notifying persons who may have been in close contact with these individuals, including co-workers and others. There are currently 26 active cases, with 24 employees recovering at home. A list of routes and bus numbers they operated are listed as follows. An administrative employee in the Customer Information area last reported to work on July 3. An Administrative employee in the Transit Police/Emergency Services Department who reported testing positive last worked on October 30 and is now recovering at home. Don’t take public transit, per CDC guidelines. Most of the VIA Metropolitan Transit lines are made in Texas, TX As of today, 31 team members are recovering at home. A complete list of routes and stops affected are available at VIAinfo.net. One of them will take you through all DOWNTOWN. We will continue to run bus service for those who must still travel. A second operator was last on duty July 2. There are currently 8 active cases, with 8 employees recovering at home. They have little to no contact with the public in their role. To date, 61 VIA operators, 27 administrative employees, and 34 maintenance staff members have reported testing positive, of which 108 employees have recovered and returned to work. For assistance planning trips, call our VIA Go Line at (210) 362-2020. We are continuing system-wide cleaning and safety protocols and following recommended precautions to keep our patrons and employees safe, which includes gloves, masks, hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes for operators. As of today, 35 team members are recovering at home, four are being treated at area hospitals, and all others have been cleared to return to work. 12/23/2020: Three VIA Employees Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/22/2020: Six VIA Employees Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/21/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/18/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/17/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/16/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/15/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/14/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/11/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/10/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/9/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/8/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/7/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 12/4/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/3/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/2/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 12/1/2020: 10 VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/30/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/27/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/25/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/24/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/23/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/20/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/19/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/18/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/17/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/16/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/13/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/12/2020: VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/10/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 11/09/2020: Six VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/06/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/03/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 11/2/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/30/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/26/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/22/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/21/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/19/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/14/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 10/9/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 09/29/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 09/28/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 09/21/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 09/14/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 09/04/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 09/01/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 08/24/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 08/21/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 08/14/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 08/12/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 08/11/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 08/05/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 08/04/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/31/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/23/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/22/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/20/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/19/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/17/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/16/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/15/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/14/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/13/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/12/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/10/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/09/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/08/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/07/2020: Seven VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/06/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/05/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/04/2020: Five VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/03/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 07/02/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 07/01/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/29/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/27/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 06/26/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 06/25/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/24/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/23/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/22/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/20/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/19/2020: Four VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/18/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/17/2020: Three VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/16/2020: VIA Employees Tests Positive for Covid-19, 06/15/2020: Two VIA Employees Test Positive for Covid-19, 06/12/2020: VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 06/08/2020: VIA Operator Tests Positive for Covid-19, 06/05/2020: VIA Link Safe Capacity Limit Goes Into Effect June 8, 06/01/2020: VIA Offers Workforce Assistance Pass for Unemployed Riders, 05/28/2020: VIA Maintenance Team Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19 Virus, 05/20/2020: VIA Administrative Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19 Virus, 05/17/2020: VIA Letter to the Community from President and CEO Jeff Arndt, 05/15/2020: VIA Will Resume Fare Collection June 1, 04/28/2020: Eighth VIA Employee Tests Positive for Covid-19, 04/23/2020: Two Additional VIA Operators Test Positive for Covid-19, 04/20/2020: Two VIA Operators Test Positive for Covid-19, 04/17/2020: VIA Customers Required to Wear Face Covering Beginning Wednesday, April 22, 04/16/2020: Second VIA Operator Tests Positive for COVID-19, Quarantined at Home, 04/07/2020: VIA Sets ‘Safe Capacity’ Limits on Buses Starting Wednesday, 04/07/2020: VIA Operator Positive for COVID-19, Quarantined at Home, 04/04/2020: VIA Service Changes Start Monday, April 6 - Here’s What Riders Can Expect, 03/31/2020: VIA Moving to ‘Saturday’ Schedules, Extending Fare Relief Period Beginning April 6, 03/24/2020: VIA Continues to Run Essential Service in a Safe Environment, 03/23/2020: COVID-19: PREVENTION TIPS / CONSEJOS DE PREVENCIÓN, 03/20/2020: VIA Fare Relief Period Begins Saturday, March 21, 03/20/2020: VIA'S MARCH BOARD MEETING CANCELED, 03/18/2020: VIA TAKING STEPS TO KEEP BUSES, VANS, FACILITIES CLEAN, 03/12/2020: CDC Information - Stopping the Spread of Germs, 03/08/2020: Message from President and CEO Jeff Arndt, 03/08/2020: VIA Stepping Up Its Cleaning Schedule for Buses and Facilities, www.sanantonio.gov/health/2019ncoronavirus, http://sat.ahasalerts.com/ActiveAlerts.aspx?id=1334, 2 BLANCO FREQUENT/ 34 ST. MARY’S FREQUENT, 3 SAN PEDRO AVE / NORTH STAR TC/76 W COMMERCE / KEL-LAC, 82 CULEBRA FREQUENT/ 95 FREDERICKSBURG RD, SP 14 PERRIN BEITEL SKIP/ 44 PLEASANTON FREQUENT, SP 4 SAN PEDRO FREQUENT/ 28 PORTER FREQUENT, 25/75 E. COMMERCE/HUNTLEIGH PK/W. We are reporting today that two employees have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. An administrative employee in the Payroll department who has tested positive also last worked on June 18. We are in the process of notifying persons who may have come into close contact with the employee, including co-workers and others. They operated a vehicle for one shift prior to their last day and had little to no contact with the public in their role as an instructor. VIA has put safety measures in place to ensure customers and staff are protected when riding with VIA or at a VIA facility. A second administrative employee in the Paratransit Operations area last reported for work on June 9. Additional information about VIA’s coronavirus response and prevention efforts are available on this page and FAQs below. The vehicles they operated have been cleaned and sanitized daily as part of our enhanced cleaning protocols. If soap or sanitizer supplies are running low, please alert a transit center customer service representative. One of three bus operators who reported testing positive was last on duty July 1. They had not operated a vehicle prior to their last day on June 26. An administrative employee in the Customer Information area last reported to work on June 30. We are in constant contact with local, state and federal emergency response officials as well as transit industry partners throughout Texas and nationally, to ensure we’re monitoring impact and collaborating on best practices. None listed (See when people check in) People tend to check in during these times: Get … They have been in self-quarantine since having close contact with a family member who had contracted the virus. They must be pushed open by passengers when exiting. Additional information about VIA’s coronavirus response and prevention efforts are available on this page and FAQs below. There are currently 27 active cases, with 24 employees recovering at home. We’re in touch with each of these employees and/or their families and doing what we can to support them during this time. Vista College), 501 UTSA/ Leon Valley (Medical Center- UTSA – Poss/ Grissom), Bus Change- Bus # 543 exchanged with # 333, SPACER- 95 FREDERICKSBURG FREQUENT (Downtown – Crossroads P/R – Medical Center), SPACER- 88 BANDERA FREQUENT (Downtown- Bandera/Mainland), BUS CHANGE – Bus # 516 exchanged with bus 337, 522 LAS PALMAS (Las Palmas Shopping Center- Medical Center – Laureate and Clarke), 24 E. HOUSTON FREQUENT (Centro Plaza – East Park Place Apartments. They were tested after coming into contact with someone who contracted the virus. Updates regarding employees who have tested positive are posted to this page. We are reporting today that four VIA employees tested positive for COVID-19. Temporary service adjustments begin Monday, April 6 when VIA routes move to “Saturday” schedules, with some reduced hours and routes. VIA issues masks to operators as part of their personal protective equipment that also includes gloves and sanitizing products. The work areas and areas they may have visited prior to their last day have been cleaned and disinfected daily as part of our enhanced safety protocols. A second operator who reported testing positive last worked on June 21. One of two bus operators who reported testing positive was last on duty July 7. They have little to no contact with the public in their role as an instructor. We are reporting today that a VIA employee tested positive for COVID-19. The employee wore a face covering and maintained social distance while at work. We are reporting today that a VIA employee tested positive for COVID-19. VIA will continue to maintain a “safe capacity” maximum load of 16 passengers at a time to promote social distancing and protect everyone on board. To date, 32 VIA operators, 11 administrative employees and 16 maintenance staff members have tested positive for the virus. The positive test was reported to VIA on Monday, April 20. VIA will continue to run essential service for those who must travel for work at an exempted business or operation, obtain food and supplies, or help care for others. NOTE: Articles left on a bus or van, that are turned in to the operator, are delivered to the Lost and Found the next business day after 12:00 noon. The buses they operated have been sanitized daily as well as during enhanced cleaning. 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