With most of the state moving into the green phase last week groups are now able to travel. Mlaker is ready to take your group on their next bus trip. Book your summer destination today in an Mlaker school bus of charter bus. Mlaker has you covered for all your transportation needs, from weddings day shuttles to cross country tours.

Mlaker takes the safety of our passengers and drivers very seriously. Due to COVID-19 Mlaker has implemented the following guidelines for passengers riding in our buses. These are our guidelines as of June 8, 2020. As information or guidelines change Mlaker will adapt our procedures.

  • No passenger should enter the bus if they feel ill, have any symptoms of COVID-19 or have a temperature.
  • Passengers should adhere to and follow all CDC guidelines.
  • Practice personal hygiene, wash hands often.
  • Clean up all garbage from the bus.
  • Only use restroom for emergency purposes.
  • Masks are not required but are encouraged to be worn.
  • Food consumption on the bus should be limited.

At this time we suggest that groups limit the number of passengers to 1 person per seat row. 1 person per seat row will bring the passenger ridership to about ½ of the maximum capacity of the bus. 6 feet social distancing can be accommodated at the request of group leaders. Social distancing further limits the maximum passenger capacity of the bus. Group leaders should inform all passengers of CDC guidelines and best practices before passengers enter the bus. Family members are permitted to sit together in the same seat row, allowing for more passengers to ride on the bus. Group leaders should answer passengers’ questions prior to the trip and pass any and all questions or concerns along to Mlaker staff.

Mlaker will be taking extra precautions to promote passenger safety.

  • Buses will be cleaned and sanitized before and after all trips.
  • In transit cleaning will be preformed when possible.
  • High traffic touch surfaces will be wiped clean and disinfected.
  • Drivers may ask individuals that are ill not to enter the bus.
  • Extra rest stops can be made to limit the use of onboard restrooms.

Trips may be limited to areas that are not high-risk hotspots. Examples of hotspots at this time include NYC, Philadelphia, etc.