CMH purchased six new vehicles -- three zero-emission electric shuttle buses and three F-650 propane-fueled shuttle buses. - Photo: First Transit

CMH purchased six new vehicles -- three zero-emission electric shuttle buses and three F-650 propane-fueled shuttle buses.

Photo: First Transit

First Transit announced that the company was awarded the contract for all passenger shuttle services for the consolidated rental car facility at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH).

First Transit will provide 30 employees, including management personnel overseeing day-to-day rental car transit operations. CMH purchased six new vehicles — three zero-emission electric shuttle buses and three F-650 propane-fueled shuttle buses.

The new rental car facility at CMH serves nine rental car companies consolidated in one location for passenger convenience.

“We are proud to partner with CMH to enhance the rental car experience for passengers,” said John Mathews, SVP for First Transit. “Our primary goal is to provide efficient and safe transportation for passengers traveling to and from the main terminal.”

First Transit operates 15 airport shuttles across the U.S.

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