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Veolia Transportation is a leader in the transportation industry; we are the largest private sector provider of multiple modes of transportation in North America. We are committed to improving quality of life for people in cities through safe, reliable service.
We accomplish this by operating and managing top quality, environmentally sustainable transportation networks that enhance people's mobility and their quality of life. Every year, from coast to coast, more than 400 million passengers travel with us to work, study, shop or play.
In the US and Canada, Veolia Transportation operates service in 200 contracts with 17,000 employees. We manage many modes of public transportation including bus, rail, paratransit, taxi and shuttle services. In every mode, in both urban and regional areas, Veolia Transportation strives to provide superior performance-safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable mobility that both passengers and city authorities can trust.
As a company our ambition is to provide passengers with transportation services that are efficient, seamless, easy to use and reliable, ...qualities that define mobility today. We partner with cities and counties who want to build quality of life, and who sustainable communities.
Our Transit Division operates some of the largest and most sophisticated bus networks in the U.S. and Canada in cities of all sizes, including Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, San Diego, Baltimore, and suburbs of Washington, DC and Toronto. Our Rail Division operates major commuter rail networks in Boston, Miami and San Diego. And our On-Demand Division provides airport shuttle, taxi, private sedan and charter bus services to airports and around town in 30 leading U.S. cities as well as in France.
Veolia Transportation is the North American business unit of Veolia Transdev-one of four subsidiaries of Paris-based Veolia Environnement, a global leader in environmental services.
In December 2011, the Nassau County Legislature approved a "public-private operating partnership" agreement with Veolia Transportation, a leader in transit operations and management services. This arrangement enables Nassau County to maintain policy control over all areas, as well as continued ownership of all assets, vehicles and facilities. While Nassau County maintains policy control, Veolia will manage all aspects of transit agency operations and functions starting January 1, 2012. As part of this arrangement, the workforce will be Veolia employees.
The Public-Private Operating Partnership that Nassau County and Veolia have employed is used in many parts of Europe and Asia because it builds upon the respective strengths of both the public and private sectors. Policy-making authority, ultimate control and ownership of all assets and facilities resides with the public sector entity, while the transit agency or city/county government can benefit from the systems, processes, programs and efficiencies of the private sector.
A division of Veolia Transdev, which is half owned by Veolia Environnement, the world leader in environmental services
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