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MV Transportation wins contract to operate Calif. bus services

Posted on August 10, 2018

MV Transportation Inc. was awarded a contract to operate transit services for the City of Santa Clarita, Calif. With the new four-year contract, with three additional two-year renewal options, MV will extend its decade-long partnership operating the city's transit system.

The City of Santa Clarita offers transit services within the Santa Clarita Valley and commuter services between Santa Clarita and downtown Los Angeles, Century City, Westwood, North Hollywood, and Warner Center. Additionally, the city provides paratransit service seven days a week for seniors and disabled individuals.

MV will maintain the city's fleet of over 100 vehicles, providing safe and reliable transportation for three million passengers, annually, using commuter and fixed-route bus services, as well as Access Services and Dial-A-Ride paratransit. The company will be responsible for all operational activities including safety, training, scheduling, dispatch, maintenance, and call center support.

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