Omnibus Corporation

Some articles on omnibus, omnibus corporation, corporation:

Fifth Avenue Coach Company - History
... It initially operated existing horse-and-omnibus transit along Fifth Avenue, with a route running from 89th Street to Bleecker Street ... In 1925, the year that they came under control of The Omnibus Corporation, the company purchased a majority share in the New York Railways Corporation ... When the New York Railways Corporation started converting streetcar lines to buses in 1935–36, the new replacement bus services were operated by the New York City ...
John D. Hertz - Business Career
... In 1924, he acquired a rental car business, renaming it Hertz Drive-Ur-Self Corporation ... In the same year he established The Omnibus Corporation to control both the Chicago Motor Coach Company and the Fifth Avenue Coach Company in New York ... Avenue Coach Company Chairman New York Transportation Company Chairman Omnibus Corporation of America Chairman Yellow Coach Manufacturing Company ...
List Of Bus Routes In Manhattan - Companies
... The Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation operates the Roosevelt Island Red Bus Service on Roosevelt Island ... transferred several of these to the Comprehensive Omnibus Corporation in 1935 ... The New York City Omnibus Corporation began operating replacement routes for New York Railways lines abandoned in 1936, and acquired the remaining Green routes ...

Famous quotes containing the words corporation and/or omnibus:

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    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    An omnibus across the bridge
    Crawls like a yellow butterfly,
    And, here and there, a passer-by
    Shows like a little restless midge.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)