Community

For more than 40 years, MV and its employees have been helping the communities where we live and work through hands-on volunteerism. In addition to raising awareness of local services for our clients, we attend and support community events whenever we can, particularly during times of need or crisis. Our clients can count on MV to represent their community with dignity, honor, and respect.

We are committed to making a difference in people’s lives by inspiring our employees, treating our customers as family, and making our communities places to live and strive.

We aim to become the contracted transit provider of choice in every community we serve. Because those communities sustain us, it is vital that we—as individuals and in groups—embrace each community with the MV Transportation spirit of involvement, service, and caring.

Key Events

MV’s team helped celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the ADA in Cincinnati, Ohio this summer. 


Each year, MV’s Jacksonville, NC general manager Regina Wells provides training in using the transit system for the Lejeune High School.  She teaches these future passengers about the importance of passenger safety, and provides essential information on navigating the system.  


During the summer of 2016, MV worked with its customer in Jacksonville, NC to provide transportation to a three-day WWII reunion. 


General Manager Keith Everage, Jr. led MV’s Los Angeles CityRide team at an MV-sponsored “City Ride Day” event at the Glassell Senior Center.  Keith and his team presented to 50+ center members about how to use the City Ride program, answered questions, and registered new participants.


In Los Angeles, MV sponsors a holiday season “Stuff a Bus” drive on behalf of the Los Angeles Mission.  Working with the community, MV and the Mission collect donated food, clothes, toiletries, toys, and other items to benefit those in need.  The items collected are “stuffed” into a LADOT DASH bus.


Named 2016 General Manager of the Year, Jim Luczycki is on site every morning for 4:00am pullout in Alaska