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April 29, 2013

MV extended for Calif. Dial-a-Ride services

MV Transportation Inc. will continue operation of the Sage Stage intercity and Dial-a-Ride transit services for the Modoc Transit Authority (MTA) based in Alturas, Calif.

MV has operated the service since 2000 and partnered with MTA over the past 13 years as the region and the transit services have evolved.

The new contract term begins July 1, 2013 and will extend five base years with two, one-year renewal options. The transit services will utilize a client-furnished fleet of vehicles and employ seven professional operators and staff to run the transit operation.

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