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D.C. Metro renews MV for paratransit service

Posted on August 17, 2011

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority renewed its contract with MV Transportation Inc. for the operation of its paratransit service, MetroAccess.

The new contract, which was effective July 1, 2011, extends MV's term for an additional two years and represents more than $216 million in annual revenue.

MV Transportation has operated MetroAccess since 2005 as a full service brokerage with the call center and 60 percent of the work done in-house with MV employees. The service transports over 7,000 customers each day and operates a fleet of 600 vehicles.

To maintain this level of service, MV employs more than 10 subcontractors in the Washington Metropolitan area.

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