Topic : Metro Mobility

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First Transit wins 3 paratransit contracts

Accessibility| June 1, 2015

Will provide services in DuPage, Ill. and Roseville and Burnsville, Minn. In addition to ADA Paratransit service, the company will also provide several Non-ADA Paratransit services for Pace in the DuPage County communities.

Fla. paratransit subcontractor may get county help

Accessibility| February 23, 2015

Two Wheels sought help from Palm Beach County after it reached an agreement to terminate its contract with Metro Mobility, which had drawn complaints for poor and unreliable paratransit service.

Accessibility| January 13, 2014

Fla. county may settle with Metro Mobility

Will review a settlement deal that would let Metro Mobility Management Group out of its five-year, $90 million contract to operate the paratransit service. The operation has offered to continue the service until early 2015.
Accessibility| November 11, 2013

Metro Mobility asks to end Fla. contract

The contractor is also requesting that Palm Beach County pay bonuses to keep key employees on the job and sell the next contractor 194 vehicles while assuming about $2.5 million of its debt for those vehicles.
Accessibility| February 11, 2013

Palm Transit paratransit workers protest conditions

Van drivers rallied at Metro Mobility Management, the county’s paratransit provider, to protest low pay, 12-hour workdays and tight schedules. The protest comes on the heels of Metro Mobility getting a one-week trial period after receiving several complaints of late or no-show vehicles in 2012.
Accessibility| January 28, 2013

Fla.’s Palm Tran gives paratransit contractor one week to fix issues

The move comes in reaction to more than 2,100 complaints over the past six months, ranging from lateness to no-shows to harsh treatment by drivers. The retooling includes transferring all scheduling to Palm Tran employees.
Accessibility| October 8, 2012

New Palm Tran paratransit contract draws complaints

Riders and Palm Beach County Commissioners confronted the agency’s executive director about delays and long rides for the elderly and others with serious health issues, resulting from a new paratransit contract. The contractor convinced Palm Tran that its vans could, on their own, handle the Palm Tran Connection contract, a job previously done by three companies.
Accessibility| August 13, 2012

Fla.’s Palm Beach puts MV-1s in service

Metro Mobility Management Group is using 60 MV-1 vehicles to provide door-to-door Palm Tran Connection service.
Accessibility| July 16, 2012

Fla.’s Palm Tran selects Metro Mobility for paratransit

Company said it would save the county $16.7 million over five years.

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