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December 30, 1993 | From Bloomberg Business News
CSX Transportation Inc. said Wednesday that it ordered 300 locomotives from a General Electric Co. unit, in the latest battle for orders from resurgent railroads that are replacing their aging equipment with new technology. Financial terms of the sale to the subsidiary of Richmond, Va.-based CSX Corp. were not disclosed, but, based on industry averages, the price is estimated to be about $575 million. GE and General Motors Corp.
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December 30, 1993 | From Bloomberg Business News
CSX Transportation Inc. said Wednesday that it ordered 300 locomotives from a General Electric Co. unit, in the latest battle for orders from resurgent railroads that are replacing their aging equipment with new technology. Financial terms of the sale to the subsidiary of Richmond, Va.-based CSX Corp. were not disclosed, but, based on industry averages, the price is estimated to be about $575 million. GE and General Motors Corp.
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October 31, 1992 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Metrolink shook off its first crisis Friday as the Catellus Development Corp. and the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission agreed on sharing maintenance costs at Union Station, assuring that the regional commuter train service will operate as scheduled next week. Catellus, a San Francisco-based real estate company that acquired Union Station three years ago, had threatened Wednesday to deny Metrolink riders access to its platforms next Monday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1992 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Metrolink shook off its first crisis Friday as the Catellus Development Corp. and the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission agreed on sharing maintenance costs at Union Station, assuring that the regional commuter train service will operate as scheduled next week. Catellus, a San Francisco-based real estate company that acquired Union Station three years ago, had threatened Wednesday to deny Metrolink riders access to its platforms next Monday.
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October 29, 1992 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Less than a week old, the Metrolink commuter train system was confronted Wednesday with the possibility of its first service disruption when a representative of the corporation that owns Union Station rejected an offer to settle a dispute over station maintenance costs.
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October 29, 1992 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Less than a week old, the Metrolink commuter train system was confronted Wednesday with the possibility of its first service disruption when a representative of the corporation that owns Union Station rejected an offer to settle a dispute over station maintenance costs.
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