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Atlanta Airport Shuttle Contract To Be Put Out For Bid

Posted on July 15, 2013

ATLANTA -- The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport will once again rebid a controversial airport shuttle contract, after the company selected got into a wreck that injured passengers and then lost its state permits to operate.


A private hotel shuttle bus operated by MTI Limo and Shuttle Services Inc. carrying 16 passengers slammed into the rear of a tractor-trailer that was making a U-turn on Loop Road just south of Virginia Avenue on May 24.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution article here

Background: Atlanta operator faces charges in crash.

Related Topics: accidents, airport contracts, airports, Atlanta operators

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