Articles Tagged With: veolia-transportation
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June 2014

Contractors: Not Just About Running Trains

Taking a one-stop-shop approach, these companies help enhance services by forming strategic partnerships with local companies and focusing on regional needs. They can also improve fleet reliability and offer technological innovations and safety programs.

August 2013

Veolia's IntelliRide Brings Tech Game-Changer to Paratransit

Tablet use is not only rising in the general public, paratransit and human service transportation are also taking advantage of the convenience of the mobile devices.

July 2013

Transit Contractors Bring Efficiencies, Share Success Stories

Discussing projects ranging from university to paratransit to streetcar services, prominent players in the field customize services, use partnership models and make operations more sustainable.

July 2012

Contractors Helping Operators Manage Tighter Budgets

Using CNG, bus tracking software and customized local solutions, private contractors are stepping up to the challenge of saving even more money for transit operators.

September 2011

Orion buses help New Orleans handle ridership growth

The transit agency came up with the new vehicle design when it recently went through a rebranding campaign led by the RTA board of commissioners and implemented by the local and national marketing department of Veolia Transportation, the delegated management company of the RTA.

July 2010

Contractors Provide Expertise, Flexibility

With long years of experience in providing transit services, contractors can offer public agencies improved efficiency and cost savings.

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