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MV Transportation launches new website

Posted on May 18, 2011

MV Transportation Inc. announced the launch of its new website.

The new, completely redesigned site features refreshed content, including customer case studies, videos and photos. MV Transportation worked closely with Concord-based Web design firm, Marissa Berger Interactive to produce the website and the video and photo content.

The new website offers a comprehensive overview of the company in addition to special features, such as downloadable content, photo galleries and video case studies.

The site showcases MV Transportation's main service areas, including fixed route, paratransit, shuttle and multimode transportation services; offers easy access to MV Transportation's charitable giving arm, Freedom of Mobility Foundation; and access to MV subsidiaries — MVT Canadian Bus, MV Sales and Leasing Inc., American Bus Repair and MV Technology.

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