Tuesday, May 12, 2009

PositivelyPittsburghLive, Pittsburgh Penny Pinchers, B to B

This show originally aired on May 4, 2009 and archived version can be heard at:

Steel City Flyer

George Solomon Teagarden DeBolt is the President of DeBolt Unlimited Travel Services. As such, he is the third generation of his family to be associated with the transportation industry. His affiliation with the company began with a familiarization tour of the operation five days after his birth.

Mr. DeBolt is a student and aficionado of all forms of transportation. His interest has led him to skydive, ride the Orient Express, twice drive a “Moke” down the Pan American Highway to Panama, travel by school bus over the Andes Mountains, ride bulls in Belize and camels in Tunisia, finish the first Pittsburgh Marathon, and drive the German Gran Prix course at Nurburgring. As a licensed pilot he has landed aircraft at John F. Kennedy International Airport and flown gliders over the Mojave Desert.
1, The Steel City Flyer is the brainchild of a couple of railroad guys in Green Tree and the owner of a fleet of buses in the Mon Valley, and no subsidy is asked.

The bus will link in Harrisburg to high-speed Amtrak trains that go to Philadelphia and New York. The Flyer team hopes to eventually allow a bus rider transferring to the train to buy one ticket to cover both fares.

George DeBolt, the third-generation chief of the DeBolt transportation companies in Homestead, is partnering with Henry Posner III and Bob Pietrandrea, chairman and president of Railroad Development Corp., a Green Tree-based company with international rail investments.

Mr. DeBolt said he and the rail men may move people in different ways but both "think intermodally."

Steel City Flyer
P.O. Box 335
Homestead, PA 15120, USA
Toll Free: 1-877-743-5937 (1-877-PHFlyer) ~ 1-412-461-9132
Email: gstd@deboltunlimited.com

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