Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Following a temporary closure due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex announced Monday they will be delivering guests “back to the moon,” from the Apollo/Saturn V Center starting March 15.
Following new health and safety guidelines, seating will be limited on the bus, and subject to availability.
A kiosk will be placed near the bus transport entrance, where guests can reserve their spot on the bus. Before guests enter the gated area, departure boarding times will be announced and special social distancing markings will be arranged throughout the area. Advanced reservations for bus transportation are unavailable.
According to a release, passengers will be seated in a socially distanced manner for the short trip directly to the Apollo/Saturn V Center. Passengers can return at their leisure.
Departures are timed to minimize crowding as well as the time on board the bus.
Drivers are trained and equipped to disinfect the buses after arrival at the Apollo/Saturn V Center, again following return to the visitor complex bus queue and before the start of each day to ensure a worry-free travel experience.
Face coverings are a requirement for bus passengers, and visitor’s to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Social distancing measures are managed with seating and capacity limits.
The health and safety of employees and guests is the highest priority for the officials at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The bus rides to the Apollo/Saturn V Center are no exception.