SuperShuttle starts winter sale

                       SuperShuttle starts winter sale

Ten percent off any trip January 11 through March 15, plus airline miles

PR Newswire

PHOENIX, Jan. 14, 2013

PHOENIX, Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --SuperShuttle, the nation's largest
shared ride service to and from 39 airports, is giving winter travelers a
break by offering 10 percent discounts on total fare for airport transfers
booked between January 11 through March 15, 2013. The "Winter Sale" is
available on all shared ride trip fares.


This special offer makes SuperShuttle the least expensive option for traveling
this winter and travel on SuperShuttle also allows customers to earn airline
points and miles on participating carriers including; Delta Air Lines
SkyMiles®, Frontier Airlines EarlyReturns®, Southwest Rapid Rewards, United
Airlines Mileage Plus® and US Airways Dividend Miles® programs.

"With all the bad weather we've already had this winter, SuperShuttle wants to
promote parking your car in your own garage and letting us do the driving this
winter," said Ken Testani, senior vice president of global marketing for
SuperShuttle. "Not only is this a good incentive to share a ride, but we want
customers to know that sharing a ride on SuperShuttle to and from the airport
saves on gas, means fewer cars on the road and ultimately fewer greenhouse gas

For more information on "Winter Sale" go to

SuperShuttle International, based in Phoenix, AZ is a division of Veolia
Transportation On Demand and a subsidiary of Veolia Environment (Euronext:
VIE, NYSE: VE). SuperShuttle serves 39 airports, carrying more than eight
million passengers a year. Airports served by SuperShuttle include some of
the largest in the country including Los Angeles, New York, Dallas/Ft. Worth,
Washington, D.C. and Miami. SuperShuttle is also available in Paris. Please
go to for more information.

Veolia Transportation, Inc.

Veolia Transportation, Inc. is headquartered in Lombard, Illinois, near
Chicago. With more than 100 years of experience, Veolia Transportation is the
largest private sector operator of multiple modes of transportation in North
America, with 17,000 employees and some 200 contracts including many leading
cities and airports. Veolia Transportation's parent company, Veolia Transdev,
operates public transit systems in 27 countries with 119,000 employees,
providing bus, paratransit, rail, taxi, airport shuttle and ferry service.

Ken Testani
SuperShuttle International, Inc.
Margaret Nathan
Strategic Communication, Inc.

SOURCE SuperShuttle

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