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First Transit wins Minn. Contract renewal

Posted on July 20, 2011

[IMAGE]Plymouth-Metrolink-photo-2.jpg[/IMAGE]First Transit Inc. and the City of Plymouth, Minn., have agreed to a renewal of their current contract for the operation and management of its Plymouth MetroLink service.

Since 1989, First Transit has operated paratransit and fixed-route service for the residents of Plymouth. First Transit employs 48 employees and oversees the operation of 37 buses. More than 470,000 people ride MetroLink annually, connecting them to many points throughout the twin cities region.

First Transit provides complete operations and transit management services, as well as comprehensive preventative maintenance and inspection programs to meet customer transportation and budgetary needs

 

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