SAN FRANCISCO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--San Francisco-based Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation now has Labor Harmony with Local 665 union and the San Francisco MTA promptly approved the company’s application to join the city’s commuter shuttle bus program.
“We’re happy that this issue is now settled”
“We’re happy that this issue is now settled,” said Gary Bauer, the company’s Founder & CEO. “We’ve served San Francisco and the Bay Area faithfully for over 27 years, and we couldn’t have endured and thrived without both a strong dedication to our employees, and a willingness to resolve disagreements over policies that affect our business. For our commuter shuttle clients – some of the most admired and valued employers anywhere in the world – it’s been business as usual, their employees experienced no service interruptions while we worked to resolve the labor issues. We’re grateful to the professionals at the SFMTA for their support throughout the process.”
While corporate commuter shuttles comprise a significant share of Bauer’s overall business, the company offers a wide range of transportation services, and currently employs over 200 union and non-union chauffeurs to meet rapidly expanding transportation demands. Bauer stated that his company is on pace to provide over 6,000,000 passenger rides in 2016, ranging from simple airport transfers and wine country luxury shuttles, to large-scale transportation logistics management for events like Super Bowl 50, Bay to Breakers, the Nike Women’s Marathon, and the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
About Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation
Founded in 1989 by CEO Gary Bauer, Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation operates the largest privately-owned bus and limousine fleet on the West Coast. The company's offerings span a wide and growing array of transportation services, ranging from a single-passenger limo rides, to charter bus services for group outings, to corporate commuter transit programs, to large-scale event deployments serving over 100,000 passengers. Gary Bauer is also the CEO of two San Francisco-based shared mobility start-ups: iCARS, a web and mobile platform simplifying limo and black car service for hotels, business travel managers and corporate employees; and RidePal, a web and mobile platform that optimizes the deployment and management of employer-provided alternative commuter transit programs, such as inter-city commuter shuttles and corporate vanpool programs.
For more information on Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation, please visit http://www.bauersit.com/.