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Denver RTD extends Veolia 'Group 25 Services' contract

Posted on August 15, 2014

The Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) awarded a renewal of the “Group 25 Services” to Veolia Transportation, with a three-year contract and two, one-year options.

Veolia Transportation will continue to provide operations and maintenance services to serving approximately 7.5 million passengers annually utilizing 325 employees and 107 buses.

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Larry Tenenholz will continue to serve as GM to the Denver RTD in this large and complex contract. Tenenholz will continue his strong focus on safety, maintenance, customer service and driver relations to ensure continuity of the service quality to which Denver RTD has grown accustomed, according to Veolia.

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