National Express Transit Corporation (NEXT) is a rapidly growing provider of transit, paratransit, and shuttle services for transit authorities, municipalities and other clients across the country. NEXT is the US-based public transportation division of UK-based National Express Group, providers of nearly one billion safe journeys each year.
By joining National Express you will be an important part of our timeless values, which we live each and every day.
Our company-wide, global safety development campaign called “Driving Out Harm” has proven to both drive and strengthen consistency in our safety practices. This campaign is designed to signal a unified change to the commitment of safe operations throughout National Express. These commitments include a range of standards for our leadership, as well as individual competence and accountability. Driving Out Harm embraces all of our safety campaigns as well as values, such as safety management training through twelve Global Standards. Combined, these safety initiatives tighten our control on safety risks in all key areas.
At National Express, we are in the business of making connections. But making connections isn’t just about arriving at your destination—it’s also about the relationships you make along the way. National Express LLC prides itself in establishing and maintaining strong connections within the communities we serve. That’s why we make it a priority to support causes in our community, whether by volunteering at Special Olympics events, providing busing for charity, participating in local parades and much more.
In 1996, we decided to make Special Olympics our number one charitable cause. Since then, our employees have dedicated countless hours to volunteering and raising money for Special Olympics at events across the United States. We’ve seen the difference Special Olympics makes. Our partnership is not about handing over a check. It’s about spending a little bit of our time and learning more than we could ever imagine about courage, the human spirit, and what it really takes to win.