Topic : McDonald Transit Associates

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RATP Dev North America adopts one brand

Mobility| October 17, 2017

Rebranding of McDonald Transit and RDMT simplifies client interactions by immediately connecting clients to the parent company in North America.

How to Use the Off-Season to 'Tune Up' University Campus Shuttle Service

University| August 14, 2017

Each school is unique due to the size of the campuses, student bodies, and their locations within their local communities. But, virtually all of them have two key things in common: the layout of the routes and an “off season.”

Management & Operations| June 13, 2017

RATP Dev recruits new VP, Security & Safety

Mike Anderson will lead RATP Dev North America's bus and rail security and safety projects and will work hand-in-hand with all company clients.

Management & Operations| December 5, 2016

McDonald Transit appoints Rigler to president post

Prior to McDonald Transit, Rigler served as sr. VP-Global Solutions at Iron Mountain Inc., an S&P 500 company employing almost 17,000 professionals in over 1,000 facilities across 36 countries.

Bus| December 10, 2013

Charlotte's transit system, union reach agreement

Bus operations will continue with regular service while a vote by the full union membership is scheduled for Thursday. Both parties have been in contract negotiations throughout the summer and fall.

Mobility| June 26, 2013

Transit Contractors Bring Efficiencies, Share Success Stories

Discussing projects ranging from university to paratransit to streetcar services, prominent players in the field customize services, use partnership models and make operations more sustainable.

Accessibility| August 20, 2012

CapMetro implements new labor structure

Following a competitive procurement process, McDonald Transit was selected to assume responsibility for the fixed-route bus operations and maintenance, formerly provided by StarTran Inc. MV Transportation was selected to assume the MetroAccess operations.
Mobility| July 18, 2012

RATP Dev wins D.C. tramway contract

The first tramway line in Washington will be 2.2 miles long and have seven stations. It will serve the northeast part of the city and is set to be operational by the end of 2013.
Accessibility| June 15, 2012

Contractors Helping Operators Manage Tighter Budgets

Using CNG, bus tracking software and customized local solutions, private contractors are stepping up to the challenge of saving even more money for transit operators.
Accessibility| April 23, 2012

Cap Metro recommends fixed-route, paratransit providers

Agency taps McDonald Transit for fixed-route, MV for paratransit. The board is scheduled to vote this week on both contracts.
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