RATP Dev renews Rocky Mountain partnership

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RATP Dev USA has renewed its partnership with Rocky Mountain National Park, where it operates 14 buses, for another five years, with the potential for five further one-year renewals, marking the company’s 23rd year providing service to the park. Under the renewed contract, RATP Dev USA will continue to operate 14 buses and employ 84 staff members, and will expand its remit to provide car parking management services, which were previously handled by the park’s own staff.

“We are thrilled to continue our long-standing partnership with Rocky Mountain National Park,” said Brian Well, RATP Dev General Manager at the location. “As a company, we are dedicated to providing safe, reliable, and sustainable shuttle services that support the park’s mission of conservation and preservation.

We are honoured to be a part of this community and to serve the millions of visitors who come to the park each year.”
“We are excited to expand our services and provide comprehensive transportation and parking solutions for the park,” added Mike Birch, Regional Vice President at RATP Dev USA.

CEO Cyril Aubin commented: “We are honoured to continue our partnership with Rocky Mountain National Park, and to contribute to the park’s legacy of preserving America’s natural beauty for future generations. Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional service to ensure visitors’ delight throughout their day.”

The Rocky Mountain National Park, located in north-central Colorado, is a popular destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, with alpine scenery, towering peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and abundant wildlife. Visitors can explore the park’s more than 350 miles of hiking trails, camp, and enjoy a range of recreational activities, including fishing, rock climbing, and horse riding.