UV-C technology has been shown to be effective in disinfecting surfaces and air in transit applications such as buses, trains, and airplanes. In transit applications, UV-C can be used in several ways: Air disinfection: UV-C lights can be installed in the air handling system of buses, trains, and airplanes to disinfect the air as it circulates through the system. This can help reduce the spread of airborne pathogens and improve indoor air quality. Surface disinfection: UV-C lights can also be used to disinfect surfaces such as seats, handrails, and luggage compartments. This can be done using portable UV-C devices that are moved around the vehicle or installed permanently. It is important to note that UV-C technology should be used in conjunction with other cleaning and disinfection methods, such as wiping down surfaces and using disinfectant sprays. UV-C light can only disinfect surfaces and air that it directly reaches, so it is important to ensure that all areas are treated. Furthermore, it is important to use UV-C technology safely, as UV-C light can be harmful to human skin and eyes. UV-C lights should only be used when the vehicle is unoccupied or passengers are not present, and individuals should not be directly exposed to the light. Overall, UV-C technology has the potential to be an effective tool in transit applications to help reduce the spread of infectious diseases. However, it is important to use the technology safely and in conjunction with other cleaning and disinfection methods.