June 10, 2014
The new Greensboro Transit Authority contract is for three years with one, two-year option. Veolia has been under contract with the city and GTA’s board since 1999.
June 5, 2014
Enables NICE Bus passengers to purchase, store and use tickets with a smart-phone app, which greatly increases their convenience.
May 13, 2014
Will operate bus service for Sonoma County Transit for two more years. The contractor has operated bus service in Sonoma County for 20 years.
April 24, 2014
Contract will begin in August. The service is estimated at approximately one million passenger trips annually.
February 19, 2014
Richard J. Palmieri will be the VP of business development for rail, reporting to Ron Hartman, CEO of Veolia Transportation's rail division. He previously worked with Siemens Infrastructure & Cities as director of business development.
February 10, 2014
The contractor is providing service utilizing 98 vehicles and employing nearly 200 operators and staff. Will transport approximately 430,000 passengers annually.
January 27, 2014
Lance Atencio will oversee fixed-route and paratransit service with 110 employees and 70 vehicles for the Butte County Association of Governments.
December 6, 2013
The extension, which was recommended by the RABA staff, is set to begin July 1, 2014.
October 28, 2013
The new wheelchair-accessible Dodge vehicles cost approximately $1.2 million. The first of the vans are expected to be delivered in late this month.
September 24, 2013
Robert Goody will be responsible for two bus contracts Veolia operates for York Region — YRT/Viva and YRT, southwest operations — with a combined annual ridership of more than 12,800,000 passengers.
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