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Around 27,500 people work across the whole Go-Ahead group.
Go-Ahead already runs the Southern, Southeastern and London Midland franchises and although the London Olympics led to much higher levels of rail-passenger revenues and journeys, these will have a largely neutral effect on the group's results.
Go-Ahead also reported strong passenger and revenue growth in its rail division, which operates the Southern (including Gatwick Express), Southeastern and London Midland franchises through its 65%-owned subsidiary Govia.
Go-Ahead will manage W&D as a separate entity within its Deregulated-South bus division.
Go-Ahead already runs the Southern (including Gatwick Express), Southeastern and London Midland rail franchises, in addition to bus services across the UK.
Go-Ahead, which owns Midland Airport Services, the British Midland ground-handling operation at East Midlands Airport as well as the Thameslink and Thames Trains franchises, said operating profits from the rail division in the six months to December 28 rose to pounds 14.
With Taft (1-3) leading 17-13 and Kennedy driving into Toreador territory for the go-ahead score, Marks picked off a pass by Kennedy's Ruben Zaragoza at the Taft 27-yard line with 6:38 to play.
TYNESIDE transport company Go-Ahead appears to have been an acquisition target for Spain's national rail company.
A French railway firm said yesterday it was considering making a counter-bid for bus and rail group Go-Ahead, operator of Thames Trains, one of the services involved in last year's Paddington rail crash.
The Sylmar High junior, who transferred from Antelope Valley, scored the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and then drew a 15-yard penalty for excessive celebration on an ensuing two-point conversion.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH BUS and rail operator Go-Ahead suffered a blow last week when it missed out to Dutch firm Abellio in the battle for the Greater Anglia franchise.
The war of words between the French consortium C3D and its takeover target, bus and train group Go-Ahead, intensified yesterday.