Management & Operations

RATP Dev USA acquires SoCal transportation service co.

Posted on May 14, 2018

The acquisition of Roadrunner Management Services further expands RATP Dev USA’s footprint in the California marketplace.
The acquisition of Roadrunner Management Services further expands RATP Dev USA’s footprint in the California marketplace.

RATP Dev USA has acquired Roadrunner Management Services, a provider of transportation services in the Southern & Central California markets. RATP Dev USA will assume the operations of all Roadrunner transit services including fixed-route, paratransit, airport shuttles, charter and black car services.

Roadrunner maintains a fleet of more than 200 vehicles and more than 350 drivers, transporting more than 10,000 passengers daily.

The acquisition further expands RATP Dev USA’s footprint in the California marketplace.

“Our acquisition of Roadrunner complements our overall transit offerings and significantly expands our capacity and geographic presence in California,” said Blaine Rigler, president of RATP Dev USA. “Roadrunner is a strong regional brand with over 27 years of proven excellence in public transit operations. We are excited to add the entire Roadrunner team to the RATP Dev USA family and continuing to provide superior transportation options to their growing customer base.”

Roadrunner operates over 100 ground transportation programs throughout Southern California: airport shuttles, charters, non-emergency medical, school bus, dial-a-ride, commuter shuttles, and fixed-route service. In managing a wide variety of transportation programs, the company has further developed the personnel and technical support of all operations in-house. Roadrunner is family owned and operated, and a certified small, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE/DBE) based in Camarillo, Calif., with multiple operations in Los Angeles.

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