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April 1, 2013

National Express wins Calif. contract

Will include operation of local and express fixed-route bus service, complementary paratransit, and general public dial-a-ride for Solano County Transit.


July 18, 2012

RATP Dev wins D.C. tramway contract

The first tramway line in Washington will be 2.2 miles long and have seven stations. It will serve the northeast part of the city and is set to be operational by the end of 2013.


February 7, 2012

MV wins first contract outside N. America

Will provide management services for the operation of Earadat's transit system in Saudi Arabia's eastern province.


March 3, 2011

San Diego selects First Transit for fixed-route service

Will include the operation of 29 vehicles by 37 drivers. First Transit has worked with MTS for 11 years and also operates the system’s paratransit service.


September 28, 2009

Ratp Dev acquires 2 bus companies

Additionally, Ratp Dev has created a dedicated American subsidiary, Ratp Dev USA, to ensure a successful setup and development of its business in the U.S. The objective is to become a major player in all segments of public transportation, including rail.


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