May 13, 2013
Will continue operation of the Access Services Northern Region paratransit contract based in Van Nuys, Calif. Access oversees curb to curb ADA paratransit service on behalf of its 43 Los Angeles County fixed-route member agencies. MV has been an Access transportation provider since 1999.
December 27, 2011
The two-year contract extension calls for Veolia Transportation to manage the Sprinter service through December 2014 with an additional 18-month extension — with the board’s discretion — through June 30, 2016. The original contract with Veolia was approved by the agency in April 2006.
November 30, 2011
With the agency’s Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad contract set to expire in June 2013, it is considering taking over service operations.
December 8, 2010
With this contract renewal, First Transit will continue its strong relationship with the RTD, operating and managing the district's 68-transit buses. The contract renewal extends their current relationship for an additional five years.
June 24, 2010
Will continue to provide complete operations and transit management services as well as comprehensive preventive maintenance and inspection programs to meet customer transportation and budgetary needs.
June 17, 2010
Additionally, the company announced that CTTransit, which it manages operations for, was recently awarded the 2010 Certificate of Merit for Safety by APTA.
March 24, 2010
Veolia Transportation has been managing paratransit services in San Francisco since 2000, which is a longer duration than any other prior contractor.
January 14, 2010
The original contract with the city of Boston was signed in 2003 for five years, with three-year and two-year extension options.
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