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CAT experiencing service disruptions
Posted on August 11, 2021
Chatham Area Transit officials are asking customers for patience, as operations are impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a staffing shortage.
Similar to transit agencies throughout the country, the impacts from the staffing shortage and COVID-related absences are leading to disruptions that include unusual delays in service for customers of CAT’s fixed-route and CAT Mobility paratransit service.
CAT is working diligently to resolve these issues through a recruitment campaign and the continued implementation of safety measures, such as reduced vehicle capacities and COVID quarantines, to keep customers and employees safe.
“We want to apologize to our customers for the disruptions during these challenging times,” said Interim CEO Valerie Ragland. “We ask for customers’ patience and understanding as we work to fill staffing vacancies during this continued pandemic, while continuing to follow the CDC’s safety requirements.”
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