Total Transit hiring 100 new drivers for RTA contract - Tucson News Now

Total Transit hiring 100 new drivers for RTA contract

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Total Transit is hiring Tucson drivers to fill a contract with the Regional Transportation Authority.

Total Transit took over the contract from Handi-Car and MV for Dial-A-Ride services and Sun Shuttle fixed route services. It is a three year contract, which began on May 1.

The company is looking for 100 drivers to fulfill the contract.  Those interested should call (520) 388-4050, go online to www.totaltransit.com and click on 'careers', or stop by the Tucson office at 2880 N. Flowing Wells Rd.

"We're honored to have won this business. This opportunity is allowing us to hire 100 new drivers, both independent contractor taxi drivers and bus drivers," said Craig Hughes, Total Transit CEO, in a recent release. "We've had a presence in the Tucson market for more than 10 years through Discount Cab, and now have the opportunity to help more people get to their destinations safely."

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