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Tri Delta Transit named 'Best Transit System' by APTA

Posted on August 1, 2014

Photo courtesy Tri Delta Transit
Photo courtesy Tri Delta Transit
ANTIOCH, Calif. — The Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority, better known as Tri Delta Transit, has been named the best transit system of its size in North America by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) for efforts to enhance service, efficiencies and overall effectiveness, the Antioch Herald reported.

“This is the highest honor in our industry,” said Jeanne Krieg, Tri Delta Transit’s CEO. “This award is a tribute to our progressive and supportive Board of Directors as well as to the hard work and commitment of each Tri Delta Transit employee. The dedication, enthusiasm, and innovative spirit our employees show every day make me proud to lead our award-winning organization. We are very excited – and honored — to receive this award.”

Tri Delta Transit was ranked No. 1 in the four million and under passenger category.

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