An Urban transit Firm Providing transit, Paratransit and Contracted-Out Services. A Cost Analysis

An Urban transit Firm Providing transit, Paratransit and Contracted-Out Services. A Cost Analysis

Public transit firms may be able to reduce operating deficits by providing paratransit and contracted-out services. Contracting out can induce employees and their unions, fearful of job losses, to accept changes in working agreements which reduce costs to the firm.

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