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October 28, 2009

Report: Amtrak loses $32 per passenger

Subsidyscope calculated profits and losses per passenger to determine which routes cost Amtrak the most to operate. Its analysis was based on a 2005 GAO critique of Amtrak's accounting methods, which says the railroad should consider depreciation when calculating profitability.


August 5, 2009

GAO: Unsafe bus companies 'reincarnate' service

About 9 percent of the approximately 220 motor coach carriers that FMCSA placed out of service during 2 fiscal years were 'reincarnated' operations.


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