MCC Transit System - COVID-19 Response
As we face unprecedented worldwide action to stop the spread of coronavirus, California public health
officials have issued multiple policies on gathering to protect public health and slow the spread of
In addressing these concerns, Madera County Connection (MCC) Transit is committed to caring for the
health and well-being of our staff and passengers. In doing so, MCC has taken the following steps with
the guidance from the CDC and local health authorities to:
1. Increased cleaning and sanitizing of our facilities
2. Increased cleaning and sanitizing all of our vehicles 3-4 times per day. Items covered but not limited to disinfecting:
a. All hand rails
b. Fare box
c. Seats, seat belts, arm rest
d. Any area that a passenger might touch while sitting, entering or exiting the vehicle
In addition to above,
We posted (STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS) flyer on all vehicles
Provided disinfectant wipes and gloves to our staff
As of today March 18, 2020 MCC has not restricted any of our transportation services.
Updates will be posted as soon as they are available.
Important Notice - Effective July 1, 2019:
Madera County Connection (Fixed-Route, General Public)
- For Real-Time Arrivals Use "Transit App"
Madera County Senior Bus (Demand-Response, Seniors/Disabled)
Madera County Escort Program (Demand-Response, General Public, Medical-Related Transportation)
Other Transit Information