In late 2009, the our regulatory attorneys were successful in obtaining operating authority from the California Public Utilities Commission permitting SuperShuttle, the nation’s largest airport ground transportation provider, to provide service between the Sacramento International Airport and the Napa Valley. The new authority assisted the Sacramento Airport in its efforts to promote the Sacramento Airport as the closest major airport in Northern California to the Wine Country. The new service permits travelers to the Sacramento Airport to enjoy an economic, reliable regularly scheduled service between the airport and the Wine Country.
Decision 09-12-007 December 3, 2009
Before the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California
In the Matter of the Application of Sacramento Transportation Systems, Inc. dba SuperShuttle of Sacramento (PSC-15260) for An Extension of Its Existing Passenger Stage Certificate to Authorize the Provision of Scheduled Service Between Sacramento International Airport and Points in the Napa Valley and to Establish a Zone of Rate Freedom for the Provision of such service.
Application 09-10-011 (Filed October 8, 2009)
This decision grants the application of Sacramento Transportation
Systems, Inc. (Applicant), a corporation, pursuant to Pub. Util. Code § 1031 et seq., to expand its certificate of public convenience and necessity to operate as a passenger stage corporation (PSC), as defined in Pub. Util. Code § 226, and to establish a zone of rate freedom (ZORF), pursuant to Pub. Util. Code §454.2.