APTA's Passenger Transport Magazine recently included our CEO Laura Hendricks in their Women’s History Month feature.
Identifying and managing stress can happen in different ways for different people. If you are looking for ways to manage stress, we've included some tips you can consider.
This week, our TAPS operation started providing free rides to people who wanted to get their Covid-19 vaccinations. Providing these free rides is just one more way we can give back to our passengers and our community and show we care.
Stress is a normal part of life, and it affects everyone in one way or another. Low to moderate levels of stress can actually be good for you when managed properly. But extreme levels of stress can take a physical and mental toll on your health and contribute to severe problems.
Recently, Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) was proud to partner with the City of Lancaster, City of Palmdale, Antelope Valley Chevrolet, and T-Mobile for the area’s "Spring Food Distribution" event.
When we care about the communities we serve, great things can happen. Under a partnership between the city of Covina, Albertsons and our client Foothill Transit, Foothill Transit’s new transit center has been transformed into a vaccination center, serving those who are vaccine eligible in the local community.
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, we chose to highlight Nuria Fernandez as our third and final exceptional women whose made (and continues to make) a contribution to the transportation industry.
We are excited to announce the continuation of our long partnership with New Jersey Transit to continue to operate its Monmouth County Area Local Bus Service for another three years. Proud to say that we have operated this contract for New Jersey Transit for close to 30 years.
Thanks to our operations who dared to go above and beyond to make Transit Driver Appreciation Day a success. Sharing small gifts and gestures of appreciation or a simple thank you go a long way in showing our team members we care.
During Women’s History Month in March, we continue to highlight exceptional women and their contributions to the transportation industry. Carmen Turner is the third of our four features. She made history in 1983 as the first Black woman to lead a major transit agency when she became General Manager of WMATA.