Management & Operations

National Express acquires Diamond Transportation Services

Posted on November 8, 2016

National Express Transit, provider of transit services in North America, announced the acquisition of Diamond Transportation Services (DTS) in October, 2016.  

Diamond Transportation Services (DTS) is located in Alexandria, Va. Established in 1984, DTS has approximately 270 employees and 151 vehicles providing paratransit and shuttle service to the Greater Washington, D.C. area.

“The addition of Diamond Transportation Services complements our assembly of transit providers,” said Judith Crawford, CEO of Nation Express Transit. “Their values of providing ‘reliable and safe transport services’ align with our mission of providing the safest, highest quality transportation services for our customers and the communities we serve — on time, every time.”

Diamond Transportation Services is the second location for National Express Transit in the Washington D.C. area. National Express also operates ART - Arlington Transit located in Arlington County, Va.

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