Transdev announced the extension of its 30-year partnership with Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA).
Transdev will continue to provide operations and maintenance for NVTA’s Vine Transit System, which includes local fixed route, commuter, community shuttle, and paratransit services.
“We have worked with NVTA hand-in-hand over the years, not only providing safe and reliable service — but, adjusting as appropriate, to meet the changing needs of our passengers and community,” said Ron Bushman, Northwest regional VP, Transdev U.S. “Whether it’s been navigating through the pandemic or helping them lead several disaster and emergency recovery efforts, including the recent 2020 fires, our partnership with NVTA continues to build on itself and get stronger to the benefit of our community.”
The partnership encompasses oversight of NVTA’s 75 vehicles, including seven new electric vehicles in 2022, and 100 employees.
“It’s exciting to reflect how our relationship with NVTA has evolved since it first started in 1991,” said Bushman. “Our teams will continue to bring their technological and innovative expertise to help NVTA as they transition to an all-electric fleet, along with our maintenance and safety experience to the table – to regularly add value and enhance the customer experience to benefit both NVTA and our passengers for years to come.”