Management & Operations

Foothill Transit extends Veolia contract

Posted on May 16, 2008

West Covina, Calif.-based Foothill Transit's executive board voted to approve an amendment extending the current management contract with Veolia Transportation.


The six-year term includes one year remaining on the existing contract and a new five-year term followed with five one-year renewal options.



Foothill Transit serves over 15 million customers on 36 fixed-route bus lines each year in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys. Its 314-bus fleet covers 327 square miles.

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