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GO Riteway acquires Lazers Bus Service

Posted on September 23, 2019

GO Riteway Transportation Group announced that it has acquired Lazers Bus Service of Marshall, Wis.
GO Riteway Transportation Group announced that it has acquired Lazers Bus Service of Marshall, Wis.

GO Riteway Transportation Group announced that it has acquired Lazers Bus Service of Marshall, Wis.

The bus service provides school bus transportation to the Marshall Public School District and motorcoach services to the greater Madison region in south-central Wisconsin. GO Riteway will officially assume Lazers operations, including 29 employees and 33 vehicles, on Oct. 1.

“Our agreement with Lazers’ allows for Steve and Donnita to enjoy a well-earned retirement while continuing to provide Lazers customers with safe, high-quality transportation services”, said Ronald Bast, chairman of GO Riteway.

“The acquisition also provides a key strategic location for the expansion of GO Riteway operations in south-central Wisconsin,” Bast said. “As we have in the past, we plan to retain all Lazers employees and welcome them to the GO Riteway family with excellent career opportunities, he added.”

GO Riteway operates out of Oak Creek, Wis., and employs over 1,600 individuals in 25 locations with over 1,300 vehicles, including school buses, motor coaches, shuttle coaches, limo coaches, and more throughout the Midwest.

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