Expotrans is in the crosshairs

Expotrans is in the crosshairs
Expotrans is in the crosshairs

Mayenne, the Ardennes, Deux-Sèvres, the Jura and now… the Manche. For the 2023 school year, the Department had entrusted its public service mission of transporting disabled children to three specialized companies, relaying to local and independent taxi companies after a call for tenders. Erard Transports based in Ille-et-Vilaine, Titi Floris from the Nantes suburbs and Expotrans in the Paris region.

However, as elsewhere, the latter did not keep its commitments. This Monday, May 6, 2024, two of its drivers tell the story and denounce what they describe as “shadow company”. In the CGT premises in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, Jacky Capdepon and Kim Lerable express their dismay. For them. For kids, “whose parents have found themselves paying out of their own pockets to drive them to school since the end of March”. Slight improvement since May 6: ten children found a driver through Titi Floris. Eight still remain on the edge of the…

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