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About SuperShuttle

Each year over 8 million passengers use SuperShuttle. Since 1983, SuperShuttle has been the recognized leader in the shared-ride airport ground transportation industry. We currently operate over 1,200 vans serving 25 airports in 19 cities all across the country. Each day, nearly 20,000 customers use SuperShuttle to get to and from our nation's airports and for charter van services. Our distinctive blue and yellow vans represent one of America's most well-known trademarks.

SuperShuttle was founded on a simple promise of providing door-to-door airport service that is reliable, efficient, affordable and friendly. We reduce the hassle of getting to and from the airport and our millions of loyal customers across the country are proof of that fact.

SuperShuttle has also developed some of the most advanced systems and processes in the industry. Our national reservation system and proprietary automated dispatch system are state of the art. No other shared-ride company has the technology infrastructure of SuperShuttle built to efficiently route passengers by geographic zone. This way, customers can enjoy the cost savings of a shared-ride service while still reaching their destinations quickly.

SuperShuttle is a wholly owned subsidiary of Veolia Transportation, a global leader in the transportation industry. Veolia Transportation has over 125 years of experience operating bus, rail, shuttle, & taxi systems in 27 countries worldwide. In the US and Canada, Veolia operates 120 locations and has 16,000 employees and franchisees. The company has a track record of valuing its employees and customers and of providing reliable, quality transportation services.

Note:  This information is not intended nor shall it be deemed to be the offer of a franchise. Information available on or through this website should be considered only in connection with the Franchise Disclosure Document ("FDD"). No franchises will be offered in states or other jurisdictions where registration is required unless we have complied with such laws and only after any required disclosure has been provided.