The milestone marks RATP Dev USA's seventh active contract in North Carolina, further solidifying its commitment to providing outstanding transit solutions across the state. - Photo: RATP Dev USA

The milestone marks RATP Dev USA's seventh active contract in North Carolina, further solidifying its commitment to providing outstanding transit solutions across the state.

Photo: RATP Dev USA

RATP Dev USA was awarded a significant contract by the City of Winston-Salem, N.C., to provide operations and maintenance services for its transit system, Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA).

The operations contract, previously a management contract, has been awarded for an initial term of five years, with the option for renewal for up to two additional years, subject to a mutual agreement between the City and RATP Dev USA.

The milestone marks RATP Dev USA's seventh active contract in North Carolina, further solidifying its commitment to providing outstanding transit solutions across the state.

"We are thrilled to expand our presence in North Carolina through this partnership with the City of Winston-Salem," said Steve Sherrer, VP, operations, at RATP Dev USA. "This contract win is a testament to our proven track record of delivering excellence in transit operations and maintenance. We are honored to have the opportunity to serve the residents of Winston-Salem and contribute to the community's mobility needs."

RATP Dev's North Carolina Success

RATP Dev USA's commitment to excellence in transit operations is further exemplified by recent industry recognitions. One of the company's drivers in Raleigh, N.C., was honored with the prestigious Driver of the Year award by the North Carolina Public Transportation Association (NCPTA), highlighting RATP Dev USA's dedication to safety and service excellence.

Additionally, GoRaleigh, a contract awarded to RATP Dev USA in early 2023, was awarded System of the Year at the NCPTA conference, underscoring the company's ability to deliver best-in-class transit services.

RATP Dev USA is committed to a smooth transition process, with service expected to commence on August 1. The company will work closely with the City of Winston-Salem to ensure a seamless transition and minimize any disruptions to transit operations.

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