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Veolia's N.C. contract extended

Posted on June 10, 2014

The Greensboro, N.C. City Council awarded a new three-year contract to Veolia Transportation to provide Greensboro Transit Authority’s (GTA) fixed-route, ADA paratransit, and Demand Responsive and Flex services.

The new contract is for three years with one, two-year option. Veolia has been under contract with the city and GTA’s board since 1999.

Veolia provides operations and maintenance services for Greensboro, utilizing 43 fixed-route buses, 14 Higher Education Area Transportation buses and 45 paratransit vehicles, and employs 236 people.

The new contract takes effect in September.

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