Fleet Management COVID-19 Updates:
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Fleet Management COVID-19 Information

Updated January 5, 2022

University vehicle travel may be allowed under the following conditions:

  • Authorized driver and passenger(s) consistently follow personal hygiene and prevention measures including:
    • Wear face masks at all times*
    • Have ‘Building Access Granted’ status on the Safer Community app.
    • Pass a symptoms screening before entering the vehicle.
    • Sit in the same location in the vehicle the entire time to and from the destination.
    • HVAC should be set to bring in outside air (not recirculate) with the fan on high.
    • At least two (or more) windows positioned diagonally from one another should be partially open.
    • Avoid travel when weather would prohibit or discourage open windows and ventilation.
    • Hand sanitizer use is required each time they enter and exit the vehicle.
    • Except to stop for fuel, intermediate stops should not be made on the trip.
    • Food and beverage should not be consumed in the vehicle so face masks can be worn the entire time.
    • All vehicle touch points must be disinfected before and at the conclusion of travel.
  • All other University of Nebraska policies pertaining to vehicle travel remain in effect.
  • Vehicles are limited to 2 persons per row and must space themselves as far apart as possible. Capacities are limited to 50% of the overall vehicle capacity. Specific capacities are the following:
    • Sedan – 4 people.
    • Regular cab pickup – 2 people.
    • Extended cab or crew cab pickup – 4 people.
    • Mid/Full size SUV or Minivan – 6 people.
    • 12 passenger van – 8 people.
    • Charter buses - 60-75% of seating capacity.

* Preferred face mask type N95 or KN95. If N95 or KN95 face masks are not available, face mask must have two or more layers of washable, breathable fabric. Mask must completely cover nose, mouth and fit snugly against the sides of the face and not have gaps or exhaust valves. Have a nose wire to prevent air from leaking out the top of the mask.