Operations During The COVID-19 Pandemic
ODS Chauffeured Transportation thanks and supports all first responders, healthcare workers, and essential business employees who risk their lives everyday to serve our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Transportation and chauffeured services are considered essential and will continue day-to-day operations during this time. Thus, ODS Chauffeured Transportation will remain open to serve the Las Vegas community during these times of uncertainty.
Similar to airports and public transportation, we remain open on an appointment only basis where passengers must reserve a vehicle at least 24 hours in advance. We offer non-stop service to McCarran International Airport and the surrounding Las Vegas area for those who may not have access to a vehicle, or for those who may be traveling during the pandemic due to extenuating circumstances. Regardless of the reason for you needing a vehicle, ODS will be there to offer safe and reliable transportation during a time that you may need it the most.
“I feel that taking the extra step in sanitizing our vehicles is necessary, not only for providing a safe space for our passengers, but also for our chauffeurs,” said Mike Lowery, Training and Performance Manager at ODS when asked about their decision to remain open. “We are closely monitoring the situation with news from the CDC as well as the local media to allow us to continue our operations and to help us form decisions and take immediate action as the situation progresses.”
From everyday transportation needs, airport services, to taking a scenic route along the outskirts of Las Vegas, ODS staff have taken extra precautionary measures to comply with the CDC’s recommendations to safeguard the Las Vegas community. Once all non-essential businesses open back up and special events, business meetings, conventions and social gatherings commence, tourism will boom once again, and Las Vegas will bounce back bigger and better than ever. The ODS Chauffeured Transportation team is eager to see and transport the Las Vegas community and its visitors sooner than later.