The United States: Private and Deregulated
Clifford Winston ()
Chapter 6 in Competition in the Railway Industry, 2006 from Edward Elgar Publishing
Numerous countries have attempted to improve the performance of their railways by introducing more competition, but there is fierce debate and no consensus on how this is best achieved. This book reveals how railways were an obvious target for reform because they were often losing traffic and money, and because the government was typically deeply involved as either owner or regulator.
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