April 09 2020
We recognize that you may have some questions about how we're responding to the evolving COVID-19 situation.Mobi by Shaw Go has been designated an essential service by the Government of British Columbia.
We understand that many of our members rely on us for their essential transportation needs and physical and mental well being. Mobi by Shaw Go will continue to operate and bikes will remain available to all members.
However, our office will be closed to the public except for special programs during select hours in a designated part of our entryway.
Our top priority is the health of our members, staff and the community and we are diligently following the advice of the Canadian Public Health Agency (CPHA) and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).
In partnership with the City of Vancouver, we are proud to have launched the Essential Service Membership Program. From April until June we provided designated essential service workers with a free 90 Day Pass to Mobi by Shaw Go.
What Mobi by Shaw Go is doing to help with prevention:
- Mechanics and field staff are maintaining physical distancing best practices with each other and members of the public.
- All bikes are cleaned/disinfected when they come through our maintenance facility with a focus on high touch-points on the bikes.
- Mechanics and field staff are required to follow strict hygiene standards including frequent hand washing, and avoiding touching their faces; they are also required to stay home if they are experiencing any COVID-related symptoms.
- Mechanics and field staff have been provided disposable gloves and to be used when working on bikes and stations as an additional precaution.
- Mechanics are regularly cleaning their tools and workbenches, and field staff are cleaning touch-points on our vans daily and at shift change.
What you can do to help keep yourself and others safe:Avoid using the service if you are ill, stay at home and call 8-1-1 for further guidance.
When riding with Mobi by Shaw Go we encourage you to:
- Bring your own helmet.
- Remember to wash your hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after riding.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth when out riding.
- When you cough or sneeze do so into your elbow or upper sleeve.
- Avoid riding with people outside your social bubble.
- Maintain a minimum 2 meters distance between you and others at all times.
- When riding maintain staggered distancing of 10 meters between you and other riders.
The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve and we’ll continue to respond to the latest developments, while keeping you informed and maintaining bike and dock availability.
Let’s all look out for each other.