January 4, 2017 — Chicago
Transdev Rewarded with Management Contract Renewal in Raleigh
Transdev, the leading private sector provider of multi-modal transportation solutions, is pleased to announce it will continue managing the operations and maintenance of the 37- route GoRaleigh transit service in North Carolina under a transit management contract.
Transdev has managed the contract for 18 years since 1998. The service is a popular mobility option for commuters and students in the flourishing Greater Raleigh area that is home to North Carolina State University and four other colleges, three large hospitals, and three major shopping malls. GoRaleigh operates 28 local routes, in addition to 9 contracted routes, and boasts an annual ridership of 5.5 million with a fleet of 106 vehicles.
“We are honored the City of Raleigh rewarded our long-term efforts to effectively and efficiently manage the great staff of operators and technicians at GoRaleigh,” said Derrick Breun, Transdev’s Regional Vice President for the Southeast. “The Transdev team looks forward to continuing our successful partnership in the years to come.”
Under this management contract, Transdev will remain responsible for managing the daily transit operations of the system. In addition, the company will manage personnel, payroll, pension administration, annual National Transit Database reporting, North Carolina Department of Transportation reporting, fare security, maintenance, labor relations and performance and all transit compliance, as well as ongoing management of various capital projects. Transdev will also continue oversight and operation of the transit mall, GoRaleigh station.
Transdev North America is the largest private sector operator of multiple modes of transit in North America, providing bus, rail, paratransit, shuttle, sedan and taxi services. We manage over 200 transportation contracts for cities, transit authorities and airports, providing safe and sustainable mobility solutions. Our mission is to improve public transportation, to enhance quality of life and combat global warming.