Effective Monday, June 8, Harford Transit LINK will begin extending Demand Response Service to all qualified, pre-approved clients. New applications will be accepted, but riders must be pre-approved before they can access the service. Click here for an application.
All passengers are required to wear face masks (an exception will be made only for children age two and under). Service will be denied to anyone attempting to board without a proper face covering. Due to social distancing, demand response bus capacity will be at fifty percent. Wheelchairs will be limited to one per vehicle. Harford County Senior Activity Centers remain closed; there will be no service to these locations.
Harford Transit encourages riders to use touch-free and cashless fare payments by downloading the free Token Transit app, where riders can purchase and store bus passes on their smartphone. For more information and to download the free app, click here.
Fixed route transit service remains suspended until further notice.
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.