June 9, 2014

Texas' Sun Metro wins MV safety award

El Paso, Texas’ Sun Metro LIFT was awarded MV Transportation’s quarterly safety award for the Southwest region.

The LIFT, which is operated by MV Transportation’s El Paso division, operates a fleet of 69 vehicles to deliver on-demand transportation for its passengers with disabilities throughout El Paso for a variety of reasons to include medical appointments, school and work.  

The quarterly safety award program was created by MV to encourage safety awareness among its vehicle operators with the ultimate goal of promoting a continued focus on safety and safe behaviors.

Award scoring was based on a wide range of measurable criteria including adherence to company safety policies, as well as minimizing preventable accidents and on-board vehicle camera activity.

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