AuthorAssociation of American Railroads.
TitleTransportation conditions and national transportation policy. A series of statements submitted on behalf of the railroad industry at hearings before the Subcommittee on Domestic Land and Water Transportation of the Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Commttee, held pursuant to Senate Resolution 50, 81st Congress.
PublishedWashington, Association of American Railroads, 1950.
Description14 no. 23 cm.
Formatted NoteContents: --1. Introductory statement, by J. C. Fort.--2. The railroad situation, 1950, by J. H. Parmelee.--3. The competition of subsidized commercial air transport, by S. S. Alderman.--4. The highway freighter problem, by D. I. Mackie.--5. Federal policy relating to inland waterway transportation, by G. S. Prince.--6. Inequalities in, and inadequacies of, existing regulatory laws, by W. L. Grubbs.--7. Reorganization of government agencies dealing with transportation, by J. C. Gibson.--8. Effective car supply and effective transportation capacity, by W. T. Faricy.--9. The impact of taxation upon the railroad industry, by T. L. Preston.--10. Railway labor legislation, by D. P. Loomis.--11. The present-day railroad problem, by F. G. Gurley.--12. Current problems of the railroad industry, by C. McD. Davis.--13. Discriminatory subsidies and unequal legislation, by R. B. White.--14. Rebuttal and supplemental statement of the Association of American Railroads, by J. H. Parmelee.
SubjectsRailroads -- United States.
Transportation -- United States.
Transportation policy -- 1950.
LC Card Number52-7416
Call Number/Copies 
 WRHS Research Library: B 8911
mq160414: Local class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]
[Record 97206]