Friday, June 13, 2014

Veolia Transportation Wins ADA Contract

Veolia Transportation


The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Southern Nevada has awarded its American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Paratransit Service contract to Veolia Transportation. RTC members voted unanimously on April 10 to move forward with the decision.

The contract is one of the largest paratransit service contracts in the nation, worth a projected $409 million over the next ten years and estimated at one million passenger trips each year.

“Coming back to Las Vegas is exciting and gratifying for us”, said Veolia’s Transit Division President, Ken Westbrook. “We plan to introduce state-of-the-art technology, advanced safety and training, and a stronger culture of customer service. Our overall goal is to make paratransit service safer and more efficient while maximizing reliability and comfort for our passengers.”

The new contract is scheduled to begin this August. For more information about Veolia Transportation, visit
www.veoliatransportation.com.

1 comment:

  1. My question is whther or not Veo is going to underwrite Uber and Lyfts operations by providing affilate status to the TNC's who historically have evaded ADA compliance to date, thus giving legitimacy to the TNC's as Uber Black participants do in disadvantage to the black car industry as a whole and the taxi sector?

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