``Obviously, that's not going to happen,'' Cunningham said.
Moody's and S&P both have offices in New York's downtown Manhattan, near where two hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center and caused the collapse of the twin towers.
Roadway will coordinate with Moody's and S&P to reschedule the meeting, Cunningham said.
Akron, Ohio-based Roadway plans to sell debt to finance its $475 million purchase of Arnold Industries Inc., said people familiar with the transaction. Credit Suisse First Boston is to arrange the debt sale.