January 26, 2010
The $137M contract includes the operation of 269 paratransit vehicles, as well as the management and operation of a centralized call center for reservations, scheduling and dispatch.
September 17, 2009
McKitterick, who joined FirstGroup America in March 2008 as the senior finance director for First Student's Central Region, will direct and manage all financial aspects of First Transit and First Services in her new role.
September 8, 2009
Company has more than 96,000 employees throughout the U.S. and Canada and total revenues of $4.8 billion. FirstGroup America's five business units - First Student, First Transit, First Vehicle Services, First Canada and Greyhound -- operate in 49 states and 10 Canadian provinces.
July 21, 2009
The contract is a five-year agreement that includes the operation, maintenance and management of a fleet of 29 fixed-route shuttle buses.
July 14, 2009
Five-year agreement includes operation, maintenance and management of a 36-bus fleet to service Pasadena's fixed-route Area Rapid Transit System and dial-a-ride paratransit services.
June 25, 2009
The contract is a three-year agreement with two optional renewal years that includes the operation, maintenance and management of a fleet of 28 vehicles.
May 12, 2009
He plans to strengthen the value propositions of both divisions by delivering safe, reliable and sustainable transportation services.
February 12, 2009
FirstGroup America – comprised of five business units: First Student, First Transit, First Services First Canada and Greyhound – is part of FirstGroup plc, a global transportation company that carries 2.5 billion passengers a year.
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