ATN Will Continue to Provide Public Transit Services to Commuters, Employees and Visitors
ANAHEIM, Calif. (Feb. 10, 2022) – In response to recent media coverage and inquiries, the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN) has confirmed the agency will not be impacted by a potential transit strike that could take place as early as February 15, 2022, throughout parts of Orange County. ATN drivers are contracted through Parking Company of America (PCA). PCA negotiated and currently operates under a separate contract with Teamsters Local 952 to provide public transit services throughout its service territory.
“ATN’s drivers operate under an active agreement with the Teamster Union, therefore our drivers, passengers, and operations will not be impacted by any potential strike and/or negations taking take place with other transit operators. Our drivers will continue to provide public transit services to employees, commuters, and visitors throughout our service area,” said Diana Kotler, ATN Executive Director.
ATN provides public transit services to ten million passengers annually via a fleet of 81 buses and 10 microtransit vehicles, all of which are certified clean-fuel vehicles running on either natural gas or electric operating platforms.
Operating as the flagship program of the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN), Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART) and Free Rides Around the Neighborhood (FRAN) is a network of interchangeable transit and microtransit routes with service to more than 100 stops in-and-around Anaheim and Orange County. ATN is a federally recognized public transit agency, providing service in and around The Anaheim Resort®, The Platinum TriangleTM, Center City Anaheim, and portions of Buena Park, Orange, and Garden Grove.