In the small and medium business category, Tech Valley Shuttle ranked #1 as a Best Place to Work.Read Article
Tech Valley Shuttle and the Capital Behavioral Health Network (CBHN) renew their partnership for a second year, expanding transportation options for recovery patients in the Capital Region. Made possible through an opioid grant, this initiative aims to demonstrate the essential need for expanding Medicaid-paid transportation services beyond non-emergency services, with the ultimate goal of improving lives and enhancing access to addiction support services.Read Article
Tech Valley Shuttle has 32 employees. All of them are from underserved populations, and 80 percent has been justice-impacted.
In an era that has experienced an increased push for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), it is vital to recognize that diversity exists in more than just a demographic sense. While inclusive hiring with regard to age, race, gender, religion, and sexual orientation is important, it is equally important to diversify with regard to other overlooked populations — such as formerly incarcerated individuals.
New partnership will provide an extra one million pounds of food to Schenectady and Amsterdam residents.Read Article
This eco-friendly vehicle is part of the Tech Valley Shuttle's commitment to reduce its carbon footprint while providing safe, reliable, and efficient transportation for group travel, corporate events, and airport transfers. The new shuttle is now available for booking.Read Article
Trent Griffin used his time on parole as a second chance. Reform advocates continue to call on New York to pass new parole laws to make it easier for people in prison to earn release.
We're honored again to be named to the best places to work list.