Topic : McDonald Transit

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Building Multimodal Models, New Tech Integration Key Contractor Focus

Mobility| July 10, 2017

As cities and municipalities look to build a more well-connected transportation system with several modal options, contractors are able to bring their worldwide expertise to make the process more seamless using the latest innovations, including the further development of autonomous vehicle technology.

RATP Dev/McDonald Transit contracted to operate Tyler, Texas transit

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

Will handle daily operation of the agency's fixed-route and paratransit systems.

Management & Operations| April 4, 2017

McDonald Transit awarded Capital Area Transit interim management contract

Partnering with CAT, McDonald Transit has appointed Tony Johnson, an industry veteran and former interim president of the Fort Worth Transit Authority to serve as CAT’s GM.

Mobility| March 16, 2017

Capital Metro, RATP Dev hosting autonomous shuttle demonstration

The demonstration, which will be held March 16 to 17 on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, is designed to illustrate how Capital Metro and RATP Dev are working together to provide new and innovative ways for people to move around Austin, while helping to reduce emissions that can damage the environment.

Management & Operations| February 14, 2017

McDonald Transit/RATP Dev to operate Fla. transit service

Will provide management of the operations and vehicle maintenance for Lake County’s LakeXpress, fixed-route service and the paratransit service, Lake County Connection.

Management & Operations| October 27, 2016

President of McDonald Transit announces his retirement

Robert Babbitt will continue to stay involved in with the company, working as a consultant and helping ensure a smooth transition to new leadership.

Mobility| June 17, 2016

Contractors Changing the Public Transit Model with Tech Integration

As more agencies shift from a traditional bus-only model to a multimodal system to cut costs and expand services, contractors
are helping them adapt and grow with these new changes.

Mobility| February 29, 2016

3 contractors submit bids to take over Texoma Area Paratransit

The winning company will have to pay back TAPS' debt which totals more than $4 million.

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