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					For Immediate Release:

                SuperShuttle International Inc. moves into acquisition mode with
      Cloud 9 in San Diego and Kansas City Transportation Group marking the first major
   acquisitions since SuperShuttle International became a subsidiary of Veolia Transportation

PHOENIX (September 10, 2007), SuperShuttle International, Inc. announced today it has acquired
Cloud 9 in San Diego and Kansas City Transportation Group in Kansas City, Mo., marking its first
acquisition in California and its third since SuperShuttle International became part of Veolia
Transportation in October 2006. The purchase price of the three acquisitions was not disclosed.

The acquisition of Cloud 9 includes 105 vans and sedans and was completed August 30, 2007. Only
five vans are company owned. The rest of the vans and remaining sedans are owned by franchisees.
These will become part of the more than 1,200 franchisees of the SuperShuttle system in the U.S.

The new entity will be known as Cloud 9 SuperShuttle. John Hawkins, the current owner and president
of Cloud 9, will become vice president of SuperShuttle San Diego.

The Kansas City Transportation Group acquisition completed in July 2007, included the operation of
Kansas City Yellow Cab, Carey Limousine & KCI Shuttle. The fleet includes approximately 300
taxicabs, 55 airport shuttles, 35 para-transit vehicles and 45 limousines and livery vehicles. The 350
independent contractors associated with Kansas City Transportation Group have remained with
SuperShuttle International as franchisees. Bill George, the former owner, has also remained in place
as president of SuperShuttle Kansas City. During the next several months, KCI Airport Shuttle will be
expanded into the SuperShuttle service model and brand. Other brands within the transportation group,
such as Yellow Cab, will remain under the same brand names.

In March of 2007, SuperShuttle International also made a small acquisition of Golden West Commuter,
LLC that was immediately rolled into the existing SuperShuttle operation in Denver.

“It’s great to be part of a national organization.” Hawkins said. “It’s good for our business because we
will have an increased capital and marketing investment, increased opportunities for our employees,
not to mention our customers who will now be able to make reservations online.”

George added, “This merger has offered us a great opportunity to take advantage of the next
generation of technology, including high-tech dispatch and internet reservations systems that a small
company like ours could not afford to develop”.

Brian Wier, president and CEO of SuperShuttle International had praise for both groups. “We have
admired the operations of both Cloud 9 and KCI Transportation for some time now,” he said. “The
leadership of both John Hawkins and Bill George made these two organizations top on our acquisition
list and we hope to make more acquisitions of this type in the future. These are both strong operations
with excellent management in place. The acquisition of SuperShuttle International by Veolia
Transportation a year ago has created an opportunity for us to acquire these fine organizations and
hopefully others as we enlarge our national transportation group under Veolia “Transportation on
Demand” division and a truly broad national shuttle system at our nation’s airports.”


SuperShuttle International, based in Phoenix, AZ is a division of Veolia Transportation On Demand and a subsidiary of
Veolia Environment (Euronext: VIE, NYSE: VE). SuperShuttle serves 27 airports, carrying more than eight million passengers
a year. Airports served by SuperShuttle include some of the largest in the country including Los Angeles, New York, Dallas/Ft.
Worth, Washington, D.C. and Miami. Please go to for more information.

Veolia Transportation, Inc.
Veolia Transportation is the leading provider of passenger ground transportation services on the North American continent,
operating bus, rail, taxi, shuttle and para-transit systems in over 120 locations in the US and Canada. Veolia Transportation
entered the North American market in 2001 and has quickly expanded to a national presence, with over 16,000 employees
and annual revenues approaching $1 billion.

Ken Testani
SuperShuttle International, Inc.
Margaret Nathan
Strategic Communication, Inc.

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