GERMAN open-access passenger operator Locomore announced on May 11 that it has filed for insolvency after revenues failed to increase in line with projections. In a statement on the company’s website, Locomore said that ridership and revenue per passenger have grown continuously, “but not fast enough to be fully-cost effective.” Locomore had been “extended negotiations with an investor, whose engagement had averted the insolvency,” but these talks ended without resolution on May 10. ...
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