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Tectrans to operate, maintain Los Angeles Dial-a-Ride

Posted on June 15, 2011

The City of Covina selected Tectrans to provide contracted operations and maintenance services for the city’s Dial-a-Ride program.

“The city selected Tectrans because of their experienced team and their understanding of our transit system and its needs, including a number of new technologies Tectrans is providing at no extra cost to the city or its taxpayers. These new technologies will help us to improve communications with our clients and will result in improved customer service...” said Alex Gonzalez, senior management analyst for Covina.

Tectrans Chief Operating Officer John Busskohl said, “We are proud to work with the City of Covina and to include them in our growing list of contracted transit services customers. Our objective at all of our operating locations is to provide the highest quality, safe and reliable service for our clients and passengers and we are so grateful to the city for selecting us to do so for the city’s Dial-A-Ride passengers.” 

Operations under the new contract are set to begin July 8.

Tectrans is a transportation and technology firm headquartered in Los Angeles, operating a wide variety of contracted transportation services out of its Pomona, Van Nuys, Anaheim, Monrovia and Long Beach terminals, in addition to other locations throughout Northern and Southern California, as well as in Florida.

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