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Statistics of class 1 motor carriers for the year ended December 31 ...
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compiled from annual reports of motor carriers of property and motor carriers of passengers, filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission.

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,

1948



COMPILED FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY AND MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS,
FILED WITH THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION' STATEMENT NO. 5030



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WASHINGTON, D. 0.
June 1950













THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION




J. MONROE JOHNSON, Chairman
CLYDE B. AITCHISON
WILLIAM E. LEE
CHARLES D. MAHAFFIE WALTER M. W. SPLAWN
JOHN L. ROGERS
J. HADEN ALLDREDGE
WILLIAM J. PATTERSON
RICHARD F. MITCHELL
HUGH W. CROSS
JAMES K. KNUDSON
W. P. Bortel, Secretary














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STATISTICS OF CLASS I 140TOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194g







Summary Investment InOerintxe
of selected Selected carrier operatingOprtntae
financial and balance sheet property, less Income Operating and licesnes Operation
GopoeaigIesdepreciation statement revenues and provision ad
GrudOeatintm and formanenc
data amorti cation Incomse taxes expenses
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CARRIERS OF PROPERTY
Engaged In intercity service......................... 1 4 ---------Common carriers of general freight:
Operating with owned equipment principally. 2 6 3 11 4 12 5 13 6 14 7 14 8 15

Operating with owned P nd leased equipment
or purchased transp~ortation.................2 7 15 23 16 24 17 25 is 26 19 26 20 27
Common carriers of commodities other than
general freight................................ 27 35 --------Contract carriers................................. 28 37-----------CarrIers reporting revenue ton-miles...............- ------------EngagedIn local service............................. 33 51 --.

CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
Engaged in intercity service ........................- 35 57 36 58 37 59 38 60 39 60 4 61
Engaged in local or suburban service.................- 45 66 46 67 47 68 48 69 49 69 50 70

CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS
Engaged in intercity and/cr local service............57 83 -----






Employees-- Abltdaite of
ar rnprhaetereitoiOeaignet- Revenue equipment Average number, Operating Individual carGru rasotainexpense Het --Owned total and statistics riere having operaaverage ting revenues
___________compensation _______over 81.000.000
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CARRIERS OF PROPERTY
Engaged in intercity service ........................-------------Common carriers of general freight:
Operating with owned equipment principally. 9 16 10 17 11 17 12 18 13 19 14 20 30 41
Operating with owned and leased equipment
or purchased transportation................ 21 28 22 29 23 29 24 30 25 31 26 32 30 41
Common carriers of commodities other than
generaifreight................................. - 31 4
Contract carriers.................................. - 32 47
Carriers reporting revenue ton-miles ..... 29 39
Engaged In local service............................. - 34 53

CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
Engaged in Intercity service ........................- 41 62 42 63 43 64 44 65 55 75

Engaged in local or suburban service.................- 51 71 52 72 53 73 54 74 56 79

CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS

Engaged in Intercity and/or local service .... 58 96









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS, 1948




INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


The Interstate Commerce commission under authority of Section 220 of the Interstate Commerce Intercity service Includes all'services operated beyond the limits defined for local and
Act requires Class I common and contract motor carriers to file quarterly and annual reports. Begin- suburban service.
ning with 1949, Class II and Class III carriers also were required to file annual reports.
The amounts shown as 'Provision for income taxes' in tables 1 2, 5 7 and other similar
This summary of statistics compiled from the annual reports filed by Class I motor carriers tables are understated and -Net income" shown in various tables is overstated in that such texes are
for the year 1948 is the eleventh of a series which began for the year 1938. In general, it Is simi- reported by corporations only. Income taes of sole proprietorships and partnerships are based on
lar to that for 1 47, except that changes have been made In the items Of several tables to reflect the factors, such as the amount of personal exemptions and the receipt of other income, that are not
modifications made in the accounting classifications and In the report form. Separation of a number pertinent to motor carrier operations.
of expense Items between line haui and pickup and delivery operations, shifting Of pickup and delivery expense from the 'Terminal' to the NTransportation' group of operation and maintenance expenses, sepa- In addition to the summary tables, abstracts are given of selected items of information for
rate statement of certain Important items of terminal expense, and a distinction between ordinary and 451 individual carriers of property, 96 carriers of passengers, and 15 carriers of both property and
extraordinary income Items are some of the changes which resulted from the modifications of schedules passengers having operating revenues over $1,000,000.
relaingto popety crrirs.In order that all tables relating to a group of carriers would cover the same number of
A number of other changes will be found in this compilation, the most Important of which carriers it has been necessary to omit 69 carriers of property with total operating revenues of
are: (1) Separate tables detailing Information for common carriers of commodities other than general 424,659,323. Of the 69 carriers omitted, 10 transported wearing apparel, 4 were film carriers, and
freight, contract carriers, and local carriers of property have been omitted, and in their place 13 were cilfield haulers. These 27 carriers, with revenues of 10, 822 ,575, were not required to resummaries of selected financial and operating data have, been added (tables 27, 28, and 33); (2) the port the weight of commodities they transported. The remaining 42 carriene, with revenues of
atracts of selected items for individual carriers now are limited to those carriers having annual 813,837,348, filed reports which were either Incomplete or not usable In some respect; 18 of these 42
operating revenues over $1,000,000 (heretofore these abstracts covered carriers having operating revs- carriers were carriers of general freight reporting revenues of 1,370,617 and 24 were carriers of
nues over $500,000); (3) information relating to revenue equipment is now limited to equipment ac- commodities other than general freight reporting a total of t6 T1for operating revenues. Of
quired, and equipment retired, during the year, and that owned at the close of the year; (4) the data the 69 carriers, 42 were intercity carriers with revenues of 1420iad2 eelclcrir
for common carriers of commoities other than general freight are now shown separately for those with revenues of $10,1337,930. Also omitted because of inoomple a data was 1 carrier of passengers
carriers reporting revenue ton-miles In table 29; and (5) investment securities dividend income, and with total operating revenues of $190,914.
interest Income appearing in tables 1 2 and tables detailing balance-sheet an& income items are mow shown as single Items without subdivisions to reflect separately for motor carriers and for others, Table 29 shows that there were 1,473 common carriers and 180 contract carriers of property
engaged In Intercity service which reported ton-miles of freight carried, This table appears In two The carriers' reports have been examined in the Bureau of Accounts and Cost Finding and the parts: A--Common carriers divided to show the carriers of general freight, the carriers of commodcorrected reports form the basis of the present tabulation. ties other than general freight, and totals for all of the common carriers; and B--Contract carriersO the 1,i473 common carriers, 1,067 were classified as carriers of general freight and 406
A Class I carrier in 1948 was one having gross operating revenues (including interstate and were declassified as carriers of commodities other than general freight. The revenue, expenses, number
intrastate) of $100,000 or over annually, from motor carrier operations, of vehicles, vehicle-miles, and tons carried are given for these carriers to permit of useful oomparioons.
The revenues and other data reported by the carriers relate to their entire operations, including Intrastate operations, If any. In some cases, the revenues from the latter operations consid- Attention Is called, particularly In the case of carriers of passengers, to the fact that
erably exceed those derived from transportation In interstate commerce, data as to Interoity traffic and operations are also found In the tables for carriers classified
as engaged in local service and that, to a less extent, data as to local traffic and, operations are According to Bureau estimates, Class I carriers of property in 1948 received about 70 percent also found in the tables for Intercity carriers.
of the total revenues of Intercity and local carriers of property of Classes 1, 11 and III and Class I carriers of passengers accounted for about 91 percent of the revenues of motor carriers of passengers The Greyhound corporation, a holding and management company which owns the controlling in(see Statement No. 49o for discussion of method used in making these estimates). The revenues of car- terest In the stock of 22 reporting carriers, also conducts motor carrier operations under the came
riers of both property and passengers were included In deriving these percentages. Data for these of Eastern Greyhound Lines of New England (New England Region) and as Teche Lines, Inc. (Southern Recar'riers given In tables 57 and 58 should be considered In obtaining complete data on various subjects gion). The data here shown are based on accounting and statistical records maintained by these operfor either or both property and passenger carriers. ating units,
As may be seen from the table of contents, the Class I carriers have been segregated, for
the purposes of the present compilation, Into three groups: Carriers of property, carriers of passengers, and carriers of both property and passengers. The first two groups have been subdivided to show returns separately for carriers engaged In intercity service and for those engaged In local service. The carriers of property engaged in Intercity service have been segregated into common carriers of general freight, common carriers of commodities other than general freight, and contract carriers.
The common carriers of general freight have been further segregated Into (1) carriers operating owned equipment exclusively or principally and (2 ) those carriers that operated with owned and Geographical Groupings Class I Motor Carriers
leased equipment or purchased transportation which reported 'Equipment rents--Debit' aonting to 10 percent or more,or 'Purchased transportation' expense amounting to 5 Percent or more of their total 1. New lE ad Re ion: 4. Southern Region: T. s ~!*~ElRegUion;
'Operation and maintenance expenses.' Of the 1079 common carriers of general freight engaged in In- Connectfculabama SHM 111.5
teroity service summarized in table 2, 585 were common carriers of general freight operating with Maine Florida Louisiana
owned equipment exclusively or principally and detailed in tables 3 to 14 inclusive; and 494 were Massachusetts Georgia Oklahoma
common carriers of general freight operating with owned and leaked eupntor purchased transports- New Hampshire Kentucky Toxas
tion and are detailed in table 15 to 26, Inclusive,.q Rhode Island Mississippi
Vermont North Carolina
The common carriers of commodities other than general freight and the contract carriers were South Carolina
not segregated as were the common carriers of general freight. However, of the 524 carriers of com.. Tennessee
modities other than general freight summarized in table 27, 216 were carriers operating with owned Virginia
equipment exclusively or principally and 308 were carriers operatingwtonead1 adeqimt
or purchased transportation. Of the 222 contract carriers summarize in table 28, 12b were carriers 2. Midl 5. Northwestern Region: 8, Rocky ountai ein
operating with owned equipment exclusively or principally and 96 carriers operating with owned and X aae Michigan tupper Peninsula) oraIiI Ri on
leased equipment or purchased transportation, District of Columbia Minnesota Idaho
Maryland North Dakota Montana
For the purposes of this publication, carriers of property which derive 25 percent or more New Jersey South Dakota New Mexico
of their total operating revenues from local service are classified as local carriers Passenger car- -New York Wfisconsin Utah
riers reporting both intercity and loca and suburban traffic whose average fare is 20 cents or less Pennsylvania Wyoming
are classified herein as local carriers, The revenue and number of passengers applicable to charter, West Virginia
sightseeing or special service are not used in computing the average fare per passenger for this purpose. Carriers engaged exclusively In charter, sightseeing or special service are classified as 1o- 3. Rea ion: 6. xi atrnRan 9. Pacific Region:
cal, regardless of the average revenue per passenger. Illinois5 ON Arizona
Indiana Kansas California
Local and suburban service property and passenger Is service performed within a munici- Michigan (Lower Peninsula) Missouri Nevada
pality and within the trading and eulnurban residential area ;ajacent thereto. OhoNbrsaOeigo





4 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194,
TABLE 1.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA--CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE / BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
I t mA lN wM .S o u t h e r n ...To0 t a l h o o k y.....
All Toal New tddle C entral region WeIten Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
stritem distrireionts Eareteio region district region region region rgion region
district reI n rdon eind1trotein

Number of carriers represented .................... 1,825 1,0o3 181 446 456 191 551 73 109 129 55 185
ASSETS
Current assets total ............................ $190,083,001 $110,639,811 $10,884,565 $37,513,o804 $62,241,442 $17,671,809 $61,771,381 $6,925,202 $9,584,810 $17,693,589 $7,145,101 $20,422,679
Tangible property: 516,303,207 285,759,571 42,657,370 114,252,633 128,849,568 50,86,040 179,647,596 25,247,010 25,941,071 37,047,772 18,876,399 72,535,34
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ...... 215,458,321 120,11o36 21,166, 238 48,681,190 50,266,08 19,1 ,50 76,200,235 11,007,815 10,951,510 1,951,923 7,0 5,372 32,23,615
Net carrier operating property .............. 300,844,886 165,645,535 21,491,132 65,571,443 78,582,960 31,751,990 103,447,361 14,239,195 14,989,561 22,095,849 11,831,027 40,291,729
Other tangible property less reserve for _____O__30__depreciation and amortization ............... 8,873,812 3,874,267 824,033 1,557,835 1,492,399 821,701 4,177,844 407,229 433,726 569,943 460,82o 2,306,126
Total tangible property less reserve ...... 309,718,698 169,519,802 22,315,165 67,129,278 80,075,359 32,573,691 107,625,205 14,646,424 15,423,287 22,665,792 12,291,847 42,597,855
nt ible property less reserve for depreciation
n amortization ................................. 13,996,863 6,096,339 890,220 2,532,307 2,673,812 1,940,081 5,960,443 803,008 717,327 1,967,599 579,699 1,892,810
Investment securities and advances total ........ 22,558,144 9,560,o007 1,115,646 3,970,164 4,474,197 2,806,342 10,191,795 382,717 1,481,622 3,019,882 497,271 4,810,303
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous
debit items total ............................ 29,001,761 16,075,224 2,227,235 6569,09 7278,900 3,302,993 9,623,544 1,533,873 1,491,562 2,496,102 858,944 3,243,063
Total assaes ................................. 565,358,467 311,891,183 37,432,831 117,714,642 156,743,710 58,294,916 195,172,368 24,291,224 28,698,608 47,842,964 21,372,862 72,966,710
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities total ....................... 174,8o8,490 102,190,90 11,302, 1 36,209,858 54,678,68 17,131,598 55,485 2,55 7,175,326 9,206,936 ,129,032 6,277,572 18,697,09
vanoe payable total ........................... I5 ,4~7 10,571,761 1,725, 41 74,57 23 4,2,74 I608,9,1 1,9 16 4, 22 80, 894 1, 1,0154 s012,8' 1,092,
uipment and other long-term obligation total ., 5,077,568 5,66,5 7, 4, 2,50 4 21,569, 1,21 i81:3 ,, 1 5, 90529 5,7 4423
Deerta opredits end reserves total.................1,39,14 6 639 8 0,07 138920 5g,071,753 76,362 93,52 81,1 5 55, 7 6
a ttl sock a nonoorporate capital total ...9 %,7 12 9, 0 44 7 ,
C otal oprn npratecep en-et ,, 123,9.4,578 5,69,26 9,50,2 28,672,26 29,169,890 10,71,1 47,322,011 ,94,490 6, 19 2,882 55; 4, 89, 06 138,575,24
n a r o p r a t e d s u r p l u s : 1 114,66 i
earned surplus.... ........................... 10,109,56 4.60,764 2,5 19 1,80,005 2,511,94o 194,326 4,39,31476 310,435 210,597 2,514,683 147,03 1126,30
Earned stuplus ..............................3... 120,84,26 69,515,26 7,161,39 21,04,384 1,02,5 1 1782,026 36,52,97 3,337,308 5,4 77,056 9,919,697 5,194,471 12, 61,49
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 130,955,30 74,121,028 7,447,158 22,855,39 43,818,41 15,982,352 40,852,450 3,647,743 5,697,653 12,434,370 5,341,502 13,741,192
Total liabilities ........................... 565,358,9467 311,91,183 37,432,831 117,714,642 156,743,710 58,294,916 195,172,36 24,291,224 28,698 ,608 947,2,964 21,372,862 72,966,710

INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier operating income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--interity--Common carrier ..... 1,18282, 10 83,132,015 86, ,63 283,1199 523,597,153 15,76,63 470,389,072 68,92,958 ,097,885 11,696,98 1,9 2
Freight revenue-Interlcty --Contract carrier 9 3O5,6387,63 73, 96,6 8 116,783 21 ,1, 45,18 6, 62382 5, ,9 4,88,172, 1 ,07,2 8 9 ,559 62 ,
20 00 11,82, 1': :1 5,230,987 :924:314 'f5,''2 6'44'2 2 1: R5, s
Freight revenue--Local cartage ................. 6 6 1,6, 3 5, 507 1 9 66 979,716 2 1,1, 10 7151727 3, 5,078
All othr er operating revenue ...................... 18, 8 30 ,177,6 9 ,63 3,983,239 7 6 99,72, ,253 5,028,435 209,13 653,365 1,779, 77,547 1,63,096
Total operating revenues.................... 1,662,881,686 990,230,730 92,683,388 317,472,299 580,075,043 163,859,203 508,791,753 74,3,862 93,592,704 122,913,513 55,620,725 162,274,949
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance .......................... .1,045,02 98,698,994 1,480, 3 46,871,4 19,841,832 9, o:,5o7 27,862,240
Traneportation ................................... 764,701 490,278,3 4o,o9, ,79 o2o7,2 7o,117 2o:299o2 1,, 721,34 4896 218,50oO 6 2
171,214, 5 95o8,' 9,135,9 2 6,68,6 ""39,65 1758, 8,587,185 9,5,926 1,8,7 % ,5,5 1, ,l
Teraffic............................................ R751 226 8147: l, 2 6:4~ 947~,
Insurance and safety ..............................97,9l5,198 59,416,590O 5,922,553 19,236,715 34,257,32 !O7161 27,767,007 418,S5O 5,133,565 7,378, 30 2,798,24 ,2,1
Administration and general ....................... 113,884,679 68,749,965 9,107,026 23,669,583 35,973,356 11,129,127 31,005,587 5,437,124 6,446,139 8,291,093 3,151,796 10,679,4.35
Total operationend maintenance expenses .... l,379,11.4,122 834,969,026 79,055,217 265,723,495 490,190,354 132,886,442 411,2e58,654 60,864,428 77,918,519 98,382,255 43,824,213 130,269,239
942 5135,6 :5614 jq49.f 7,670,621
Depreiation e3ne .............................. 62, 16,375 34,450, 2 13,874,5 15, ',229 6,838,930 21,667,023 1 3,577,251 5,182,382 2,375 290 d 7,508
Derecatio ad1u....e......................................115,4 2 14 58 O7 3~ 39 8, IT....L~. 209:08 d1 U04

Amortization chargeable to operations 2...... * ,27 I 1i 7 2 2bi,599 27,209 411 6,6 jO ?J
Operating taxes and licenese.........................73,167,423 34,606,762 4,307512 12,419,661 17,769,589 8,6321 29,707,451 3,847,898 4,426008 6,741,' ,226,"7
Operatingrets-Net...............................39,675,985 26,0 .9,77 1,6,970 6,316,038 1,09,79 ,567 11,6 3.,9,253 1.,5,14 0 2,806,71 91.,M5 1_._o._7Total expenese..............................1!,55,772,425 928,535,865 89,993,552 297,866,22 3 540,676,090 151,048,385 473,188,175 70,558,801 87,807,648 113,134,809 50,314,282 151,372,635
Us operating revenue .........................110,109,261 61,694,865 2,689,836 19,606,076 39,398,953 12,810,818 35,603,578 3,831,061 5,785,056 9,778,704 5,306,43 10,902,314
Leae of distinct erating unit-Debit....... ........928,504 300,836 5,575 98,539 196,722 59,296 568,372 29,208 238,423 201,157 9,7 ,1
Leae of distinct operating unit.-Credt ..,.. 178,702 80,067 17,735 19,750 '4,582 18,908 79,727 30,327 4,771 24,320 7,480 12,82 91
Net carer operating income ....................09,359,459 61,474,096 2,701,996 19,527,287 39,244,813 12,770,430 35,114,933 3,832,180 5,551,404 9,601,867 5,223,450 10,906,032
15 5 110 2. 07o4







..; 6 3 7 3 9 7 1 ,6
Other n ceatn ince ............ .... 9 5 468,92 20,995 15 3,7

....tat on ary ne ......................503 ,15 27 7,8 2 80,849 2,6,2 69 139 9 6 5 32 4 12 7 9 ,
De rostorna ixp ome..........................6213875 631513,7408 2,374,375 006, 1 3,4,2 ,38,29 37,627,057 40089 58869 1,2443 54782 1,3,7




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS Or PROPE~' FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948

TABLE 1.-SUMMAr OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA-OARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE / Oontinued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western distria t
All Total d Southern
Item districts Estern England Atlantic Central region Wetern Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacific
district region region region district region region region region
Deductions From ordinary Income A.

Interest ................... $6,499,82 13,33 66 4918 01,474 0 ,3 ,514 $661,269 $2,500,891 aloo7 $403,948 $421,322 $281,566 992 968
Amortization of debt discount and 5 ene 2 9,91 24,001 3,215 3,209 2,707 71, 20 378 521
Other deduction ......-.. ***....*.** 20*** ********
Amortization of p o i o debt 16 .. t _- : .

Total deductions from ordinary income ........ ,220,398 4,827,00oo6 648,895 1,942,277 2,235,83 1,023,189 ),)70,193 513,667 641,959 589,0561 411,305 1,214,206
Net ordinary income .......................... 105,14e,459 58,514,505 2,325,183 18,365,100 37,824,222 12,328,090 34,305,864 3,497,202 5,196,720 9,935,387 5,056, 587 10,619,96
Extraordiar Income3 o,1 o5 6.6 6 o O,6 11 ,
tro na r ......................5 667, 160 02,7 4,216 14, 303,9
Exrodnr noecags............. 999,285 49'7 28:939 1.40, 212,97 q,834 48,11 339 2. 294 8,
2,967,778 72 1251 a 14 21.12. 05 41
Delayed income credits ............................... .,16,63 7,672 1 4,360 153,63 I,20 1,909 2 5 4,7
Delayed income charges ..................... ... 8,980 19,37 1 15 53 319 25,763 03 3
Total extraordinary income ...... . .. 2,276,146 1,007,392 136,954 4259,509 440,929 426,923 841,831 47,248 116,740 a127,319 105,194 445,330
Net income before income taxes ............... 107,424,605 59,521,897 2,462,137 18,794,609 38,265,151 12,755,013 35,147,695 3,544,450 5,313,460 10,062,706 5,161,781 11,065,298
Income taxes 2/ ................................... 35,240,906 20,104,888 972,775 5,995,762 13,136,351 4,239,745 10,896,273 1,165,808 1,432,161 2,767,019 1,700,671 3,830,61.4
Net income ...................................*** 72,183,699 39,417,009 1,489,362 12,798,847 25,128,800 8,515,268 24,251,422 2,378,642 3,881,299 7,295,687 3,461,110 7,234,684
Operating ratio / ...................... (percent) 93.38 93.77 97.10 93-.82 93.21 92.18 93.00 9,85 93.82 92.0 90.b 928
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends. 7......................... $,307,374 $9,513 81,268,937 $3,919,924 8656,971 $3, 802,371 1347,188 $202, 8 1
so6 5 39 7__ 52 3,942 ?729 56610 1, ,75 37:9
ithdrawals ................... ....................... 8. 9 67 359 3 193, 1,62o,931 7, 36 ,9 7,
Total dividends and withdrawals ............... 18,047,O87 9,191,305 479,O16 3,172,434 5,539,855 1,369,206 7,46,76 624,397 781,454 3,097,497 640,853 2,342,375
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at close of year: 10066 1
Trucks Number of units 1......... 5, 2 ,39 2,343 4,623 4 ,073 2,583 11,610 1,2 1,437 3,066 1,055 4,80
$59,~~~~~3 11: 47o 4 2i132 :
mCoet .......................... $59, ,7 $21,67,4 4,922,33 $10,1,03 $6,639:3 $4 2 79,70 $33,173,944 $l:741, 32 7 5,75SX7 43,42o,95 020,23,3
Tuktatr a t,9584 ,28 1011' 785,1 13,941 r. :27 1,225
Truck tractors Number of u its............ ... 816 1 9,9 312 16,009,26 42,79894 7,16 817, :320 49 91 38,21728 8,671,611 $11,962, 6 5,19,5 15,8 9
-Cost .......................... 163,371,57. .95 12, 5,522 15 7:1652 2,4 7 3 $49,911, 3 $24:2 39 7 18899
Semitrailers Number of units .......7,2 10,56 12,756 838,6 5 50,1567 18,35 0 847, 3 85 10 $ ,6 4,194
Seia ilr 9.x, 3, 31 $1"12 $b9O$1192
08 167,29P 24g 101' P:32 $12 775 $3,515 0 5 05 371 -,3 7102 $4 31,6 79 :390 1.7 $4771
Full trailer cost ........................ 1,1 19 94
SCoat .................. ............ 10,65,214 $2 390,039 $67,83 834 160 $1 0 ,9 9,9 ,175"190 84,141 153195 $36, __,_ 2:
Other equlpment- Cot ............................ $0:,395 37,38 0303,838 818,723 94,827 9 5 999,470 $342,225820,653 0 1 1, 583, 5
Total cost of all equipment owned ......... 8404,490,176 $222,538,516 34,060,006 92,095,805 896,32,705 40,317,914 141,633,746 $18,80,547 $20,827,o4 82,653,054 $14,354,563 $58,918,498
EMPLOYEES !/
Average number ....................12,027 104,22 13,206 $123,086 $186 67,43 5 5 i 583 162 5171 6,055 3 53
Total ooroensation ................................... $603,877,533 8353,503,577 $4,1,560 123,08472 4186,287,545 $53,2252OO9 33,5736 863,703,52
Total conoonsation ...,.....,.....***************
STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in interolty
revenue service:
In operate ............................ 42,977 25,020 4,00 10,108 10,82 4,417 13540 2,o71 2 C 1
Undergoing repairs .................... 2,07 299 223 5 173 60
Stand-by ...........I.................. ..... 2,391 1., 21 209 1 7 5 17 9 44 3
Total owned equipment ................ 47,443 27,740 4,512 11,283 11,945 4,777 14,926 2,235 2,689 4,339 1,o204 4,459
Leased equipment-In operation ................. 3,3 6,1 1,968 1 3 1124 266 ,1 52517
Purchased traensportation-In operation ....................... 22,000 1,6:911 3 12,902 1, 8 0 3,229 2631, 5 1 351
Total number of trucks and tractors in 276 ,O 5,392 1,613 5
interoity service ...................... 73,281 47,192 4,914 15,463 26,15 6,810 19,279 2,764 4,2 5,392 ,613 5,489
Vehicle-miles operated in interoity revenue
service (with load and empty):
owned vehicles ................................. 2,223,329,23 1,103,29,252 I1394,666 407,108,92 5548269 4 271,528,865 48,441,166 118,427,651 153,462,33 23,14,62 93930,917 244,105,577
Onedvehicles..................................., o9966111 7,527,' 8 16732,438 382,0,7 37,1,37 2,12 ,8,
Leased vehicles .............................. 205,973,558 117, 79,899 887,822 18,757,234 611 7 ,4 19, 439 3 1,5 3 1,49,093, 6
Purchased transportation vehicles.........1,196177,280 8 790,291 17" :9l64626 )3, 28, 2o6 1,5922,19 102,82 2 ,150,4,01 27 -,9 45 a8 r
Driveaway .......................... ............ 1894215,953 .3...i 7, 1 1 157, 33,006 26977 5 63,40 8 522,191 12,2,9 2 504 081 52.379
Total miles operated in Interclty serve
all vehicles ...................... 3,809,696,074 .29,474,518 161,095,985 636,238,222 42,21,O50,9351,139,170,621 156,511,269 244,040o,498 310,171,147 126,o31,62o 302,416,087

service 5/ .............................. 165,828,473 102,353,018 10,417,642 35,809,946 56,125,430 13,318,499 50,156,956 8,153,692 9,213,048 10,354,477 3,985,983 18,449,756
Freight revenue from Intercity service 6/ ......... $1,623,938,572 $966,222,129 190,513,061 $308,258,073 $567,450,995 $161,523,651 8496,192,792 873,201,130 892,279,647 $119,292,789 $54,131,451 $157,287,775

d Credit or other reverse item. t and asseners Data for the latte arrir,
/ This table covers all reporting carriers of property engaged in intercity service, except carriers engaged in transportation of both property and passengers. Data for the latter carriers,
the revenues of which are preponderantly from interolty operations, are shown in tables 57 aned 58,
Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
Total expenses (including depreoiation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revnues.
This item does not Include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform *Purchased transportation service.
Includes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
/ Excludes freight revenue (contract service) for which other stptistios were not reported as follows: all districts, $31,801; Eastern district and ew England region, $6,541; Western district
and Mid-Western region, A5,260.




6 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECWIER 31, 1948
TABLE 2.--SMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE 1 BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Total. O -e Middle Southern Tota Rocky
districts Eastern England Atlentlo Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Paifio
district region region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented ......................... 1079 676 139 268 269 114 289 53 65 62 27 82
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................. $130,635,974 $76,006,498 $8,893,032 $27,406,564 $39,706,902 $13,285,813 $41,343,663 $5,462,807 $7,070,775 $12,028,018 $5,453,971 $11,328,092
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property .......................... 3.3 ,810,2g4 192,199,362 31,86,918 73,965,946 84,396,498 39,540,159 I19'070,773 21,029,278 18, 08,761 23,714,203 -,257,697 42, 60,83
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ............ .. ,b63,2b9 81,125,998 i,50,689 3 3,370,005 15,068,990 48, 8,281 9,318,165 7,62336 9,001,304 922,552 17 9
Net carrier operating property .................... 206,147,025 111,073,364 17,276,229 42,770,642 51,026,493 24,471,169 70,602,492 11,711,113 11,085,425 14,712,899 8.335,145 24,757,910
Other tangible property less reserve for
depreciation and amortization .................... 4,285,779 1.897,609 712,217 747,085 438,307 379,023 2,009,147 331,394 271,453 30,648 359,189 1,016,463
Total tangible property less reserve ............. 210,432,804 112,970,973 17,988,446 43,517,727 51,464,800 24,850,192 72,611,639 12,042,507 ii,356,878 14,743,547 8,694.334 25,774,373
Intangible property less reserve for depreciation
and amortization .................................... i0,6s,284 4,701,692 809,246 1,886,294 2,006,152 1,577,715 4,401,877 745,923 440,806 1,533,275 255,806 1,426,067
Investment securities and advances Total ............. 16,372,497 6,803,350 903,478 2,663,381 3,236,491 2,011,133 7,558,014 317,695 1,275,227 2,909,388 314,163 2,741,541
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous
debit items Total ................................. 20,893,458 11,252,403 1,892,016 4,703,366 4,657,021 2,573,913 7,067,182 1,315,794 1,110,808 1,857,431 603,387 2,179,762
Total assets ............................... 389,Oi6,057 211,734,916 30,486,218 80,177,332 101,071,366 44,298,766 132,982,375 19,884,726 21,254,494 33,071,659 15,321,661 43,449,835
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ............................ 122,035,823 69,980,866 9,559,719 25,124,664 35,296,483 13,508,300 38,546,657 5,748,047 7,226,615 9,228,330 4,907,757 11,435,908
Advances payable Total ............................... 12,540,277 7,898,361 1,453,863 3,086,921 3357,577 1,70,90 3,211,00 389,453 1359,635 620,76 332,89
Equipment and other long-term obligations Total 75,61,55 3685,0 6,5,8 1592,7 1,824 9423,545 29,362,304 ,9,2 4,18,6 1 4,5,02 2,48277 1,50,843
7 5 6 1 5 5, 9 5 Q 22815 ,1 5 1,- 5 45 2 9 6 : 0 5 ,9 3 ,7 2 1 % ,I 2 ,6 6 1 4 2 5 6 0 4, 7 8 7 1 2 0 3
Deferred credits and reserves Total .................. 9,369,728 4,630,443 486,179 1,442,167 2,702,117 975,022 3,764,243 965,942 730,667 837,805 457,578 772,251
Capital stock and noncorporate capital Total ......... 77,310,261 42,349,318 7,196,758 19,2749,834 15,877,726 7,578,558 27,382,385 3,892,848 4,303,007 7,233,933 1,809,599 10,142,998
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus .................................... 8,408,878 3,667,068 283,837 1,189,715 2,193,516 1,094,262 3.647,548 281,323 180,752 2,209,973 69,202 906,298
Earned surplus ...................................... 83,669,532 46,313,131 5,251,376 14,106,056 26,955,699 10,348,171 27,008,230 2,613,392 4,062,237 7,945,181 4,978,772 7,408,64
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 92,078,410 49,980,199 5,535,213 15,295,771 29,149,215 i,442,433 30,655,778 2,894,715 4,242,989 10,155,154 5,047,974 8,314,946
Total liabilities .......................... 389,016,057 211,734,916 30,486,218 80,177,332 101,071,366 44,298,766 132,982,375 19,84,726 21,254,494 33,071,659 15,321,661 43,449,835
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier operating Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Interclty--Common carrier .......... .,144,908,410 664,275,782 76,357,294 227,927,379 359,991,109 125,302,045 355,330,583 61,477,962 70,940,072 83,715,755 38,679,161 100,517,633
Freight revenue--Intercity--Contrsct carrier ........ 2,229,736 1,122,023 147,708 672,778 301,537 52,564 1,055,149 136,149 110,562 -808,38
Freight revenue--Local cartage ...................... 8,793,869 5,418 458 1,110,630 3,073,b35 1,234,193 3o4,781 3,070,630 269,496 306,093 813,671 572,811 1,108,559
All other operating revenue ......................... 5,361,OO 2,949,913 188,366 1,299,477 1,442,070 1,024,432 1,386,:664 105,2 9 350,654 219,967 183,661 527,133
Total operating revenues ......................... 1,161,293,o24 673,766,176 77,803,998 232,973,269 362,988,909 126,683,822 360,843,O26 61,988,856 71,707,381 4,749,393 39,435,633 102,961,763
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ............................... 132,150,04 67,275,503 9,998,699 26,223,767 31,053,03Z 15,688,81 49,185,727 7,897,751 7,550,359 ll,136,b61 6,511,857 16,089,099
Transportation ...................................... 496,770,384 308,470,458 32,877,424 107, 471,812 168,121,222 50,943,244 137,356,682 24,197,166 30,910,965 30,535,663 13,175,765 37,937,123
Terminal ............................................. 150,157436 78,989,256 S,94,913 24,649,690 45,644,b53 16,128,099 55,040,081 9, 00,382 IO,423,303 13,674,155 6,012,510 15,529,731
Traffic ........................................ 30,765,050 i8139,706 2,170,721 5,912,02 10,056,962 3,160,861 9,464,483 1,881,218 2,257,402 2,276,b14 722,14o 2,327,109
Insurance and safety ................................ 70,818,863 41,367,125 5,108,767 1 ,73,624 21784734 8,775,776 20,b7,9b2 3,552,509 4,193,211 5,432,521 2,125,132 5,372,589
Administration and general.......................... 80,729,270 48,650,737 7,721,498 17,347,841 23:581,398 8,432,643 23,645,890 4,695,668 4,861,938 5,42 4,924 2,312,369 6,350,991
Total operation and maintenance expenses ......... 961,391,051 562.892,785 66,572,022 196,078,757 300,242,006 103,129,441 295,368,825 52,224,694 60,197,178 68,480,538 30,859,773 83,606,642
Depreciation expense ..................................... 40,377,843 21,827,640 4,064,116 8,660,764 9,102,760 5,219,617 13,330,586 2,328,433 2,34,511 2,876,882 1,469,137 4,281,623
Depreciation adjustment ......................... d 1.409,727 7ZO,611 8 d 27,14 d 34W12 d 1008 d 74
Amortizntlon chargeable to operation ................... ...13b.701 12 5 21,964 U 38d SO 7 972, 27 1 13.4 d 167 ,
OperatIng taxes and licenses ............... 9,2,) 2,6 751 gZgb 1063 177.250,$7
Operating retseli .n............................ 3, 8,2,022 10,747,457 ,836,706 20,303,4531 3,196,S8 4582,753 2,49,027 6,942,884
Opernt3n rents-Uet.. .32,878,934 22,725,648 1,517,058 5,270,221 15,938,369 2,296,356 7,856,930 1,127,597 1,620,469 2,386,607 549,863 2,172,394
Total expenses ...................................... 1,093,199,750 629,407,647 75,534,519 218,175,114 335,698,014 117,316,780 336,475,323 58,769,829 67,345,162 78,247,133 35,278,286 96,834,913
Net operating revenue............................... 78,093,274 44,358,529 2,269,479 14,798,155 27,290,895 9,367,042 24,367,703 3,219,027 4,362,219 6,502,260 4,157,347 6,126,850
Lease of distinct operating unit-Debit ................ 641,314 15,o01 5,575 47,3 82,096 5 ,296 447,077 29,200 238,173 154,682 16,872 8,150
Les distinct operating 213-re~ .......... 15:5775 "1 3S2o9
Lease of nit-Credit 114..,7 ,o45 17,735 19,2404 7,066 l.508 66,213 30,327 4,659 24,320 6,207 700
et c arrler operating Income ........................ 77,566,666 44,267,573 2,281,639 14,770,069 27,215,865 9,312,254 23,986,839 3,220,154 4,128,705 6,371,898 4,146,682 6,119,400
Other Ordinary Income
Inome from noncarrier opertions--Net ................. 1,124,817 259,958 90,139 111,64o 58,1 9 270, 90 85,235 11,486 21,281 198,076 1
Itees income ...................................72 900 70,3 728o3 593,1064,1756,81
Divtenda income ............................................::3 132;N2 1(9 4 ~ 59390 46,Z 53427 83
Other noperating income ......................... .... 523658 357,302 14,796 106,087 23 .419 64,032 102,32 3,721 48,351 11,878 8,60 29,714
Totl other ordinary income ......................... 2,601,252 758,794 122,I421 265,631 370,742 434.473 1,407,985 98,126 181,150 613,540 213,581 301,588
Gross Odin ce................................ 80,167,918 45,026,367 2, 4,o60 15,035,700 27,56,607 9,746,727 25,394,824 3,318,280 4,309,955 6,985,438 4,360,263 6,420,988




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194 7

TABLE 2.--SM:4ARy OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE /
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western ditriot
All. Total Newa Middle Southern tax -_Roo
Item district Eastern Englawnd Atlantic Central region Tota Kotwstr id-Western Southwesternm ey af
region Western Northwestern Mi-etr o e n o
t _tr egin region district region region region re ion
INCOME STATEMENT Continued

Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest............................................... ,419., 51 02,220,373 02,46o $944 3o U7,5R3 $539,25 $1,660,733 $337,900 $293,706 $234,205 $15,73 S605,l1q
Amortization of debt discount and expense ........... ... 23,7 18,800 575 3:394 1 1 13,178 1,519 557 3785
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ......-.........
Other deductions ......................................... 1,977,308 1,O63,394 131,44o 366,673 565,281 279,640 634,274 #9,646 212,522 97.074 101,013 134.0,9
Total deductions from ordinary Income ............... 6,420,156 3,302,567 534,675 1,314,397 1,453,695 821,063 2,296,526 628,103 506,228 331,657 287,26a 743,270
Net ordinary income ................................. 73,747,762 41,723,200 1,869,595 13,721.303 26,132,912 9,925,664 23,098,298 2,890,177 3,803,627 6,653,781 4,072,995 5,677,718
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary Income credits ........................... ..,91,656 689,-69 98,540 270,878 319,150 619,538 583,580 53,770 111,666 216,031 467,6 7 6,443
Extraordinary income charges........................... 699,11 0, 25,706 102,0 172,353 171,896 225,733 20,795 301429 08,66 2731 12
Delayed income reditas .................................. .97,556 09,100 69,922 222,625 116,553 70,054 418,402 16,909 18,675 46,826 36,623 299,569
Delayed income charges.................................. .635,579 322,032 65,388 187,087 69,557 117,993 198,554 22,070 12,189 99,086 2,921 ,

Total extraordinary income .......................... 1,452,545' 475,167 77,368 204,016 193,763 399,703 577,695 27,114 87,523 69,105 78,658 320,595
Net income before income taxes ....................... 75,200,307 42,198,947 1,946,953 13,925,319 26,326,675 9,325,367 23,675.993 2,917,991 3,891,150 6,716,886 4,151,653 5,996,313
Income taxes / .. .. 26,039,093 16,510,40 s14,92 4,492,10 9,202,6s8 3,304,283 8,224,370 977,606 1,202,663 2,253,980 1,616,746 2,173,375
Net income .......................................... 49,161,214 27,6s,507 1,132,011 9,432,509 17,123,957 6,021,08 15,451,623 1,940,385 2,688,487 4,462,906 2,536,907 3,824,938
Operating ratio V ........................... (percent) 93.28 93.42 97.0 93.65 92.48 92.61 93.25 96.81 93.92 92.33 89.46 94.o5
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends .............................................. .6,712,030 $3,246,292 8107,38g $790,706 $2,358,198 $634,859 $3,030,879 $267,101 $174.14 91,510,087 $257,126 $821,713
'ithdrawals ............................................ 3,20,50 2,003622 229,17 1,157,906 16,299 221,300 977,658 212,56a 256,617 171,670 11741 325,02
Total dividends and withdrawals ..................... 9,914,610 5,249.916 336,505 1,935,612 2,976,497 656,159 4,008,537 479,669 1431,461 1,681,757 268,865 1,146,785
EQUIPI ENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units ...................... 2,574 9,122 1,951 3,766 3,375 2,286 9,166 11310 2,63 889 13,7
39,951,730 $16,299,049 $3,839,883 67,661,531 66.997,635 $3,6706 191 9 15664 1,10
Truck tractors Number of units .................... .33, 5 20,0 3,01 7122 9,939 1W 9,031 2,11 2,683 780 1,8i
cost..... ............ .108,341,379 $62,081,346 812,58 159 625,920,655 $23,590,7O $13,366,911 $32,893,N0 $6,687,190 $5,96O,625 $7,216,971 $3,809,931 9,240,347
Semitrailers Number of units ................... 51,03 32,236 6,1465 10,802 96069 13,500 2,815 2,972 3,51 1,014 ,178
C o t$ 1 3 5 1 6 5 0 3 1 0 0 4 9 $ 2 2 5 5 0 4 2 5 9 4 4 572 $ 6 7 J0 4 35 9 k j 2
S ..............................68,5 103 00309 252 $33,286,550 $14,525,665 833,863,03 06,977,652 67,353,0 6 13,400,236
Full trales Number of unite......................... i,5i 269 23 6 22 61 1,241 190 ',11O
Coot.............................. 425399,812 015,426 62,25 8462,131 $76,Oll 1 3,681,57 8 161 7 49,90 56
CO. t............................... 159,319 [36787 5,701 1210,132 $59,991 1, 1 $25,922 $74,299 $78,073 869,590 i671,657
Total cost of all equipment owned ................ $271,080,139 $167,801,095 $26,555,218 $58,710,699 $62,535,178 $31,699,312 $91,579,732 $15,517,308 $14,851,757 $17,535,559 $9,838,885 $33,836,223
EMPLOYEES /
Average number ....................................141,421 79,279 11,320 28,s14 39,145 15,737 406, O 8673 s,67( 12,600 4,689 11,967
Total compensation ....................................665,118,705 $267,810,209 937,568,289 $93,968,100 $136,293,820 $16,156,062 $151,152,63Z $27,673,451 $27,337,570 $36,612,276 $16,374,579 53,156,560

OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
revenue service: Owned equipment:
In operation ..................................... 26,929 15,793 3,194 6,O14 6,575 3,115 8,030 1,5J.0 1,521 2,28 7j. 1,937
Undergoing repairs .............................. 1 939 192 362 3 5 139 ,361 59 109 1 7
Stand-b1 ............................... 1,187 719 128 329 2 2 119 369 38 73 112 22
Total owned equipment ....................... 29,561 17,141 3,504 6,705 7,232 3,373 8,747 1,671 1,653 2,503 800 2,120
Leased equipment--In operation ................... ... 2, 554 1796 7 372 1,387 9 669 7 361 20 123
Purchased transportation-In operation .............. .11,396 8:06 267 2,594 5,575 1,026 1,96 218 978 219 814 1465
Total number of trucks and tractors in intercity
service ....................................... 43,511 27,663 3,78 9,661 14,196 6,692 11,376 1,962 2,719 3,093 904 2,708
Vehicle-miles operated in intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles ...................................... 1,436,670,691 703,1465,366 112,847,600 250,695761 339,905,005 19, 050,664 53,971,461 9,80,295 91,770,694 14109, is 67,123,511 132,127,643
Lead vehicles ..................................... 12, 476,25 8,783,20 93,988 10,996,596 75,993,03? 6,212:143 66679,862 3 .285 6,951,623 26,460,675 ',022,4 9,5125
Purchased transportation vehicles .................... 676,339,7 ,7,131 11, 81,209 133,235,47 321,170,75 12 02 16,7 0,229 596 12 16,192 ,313
Drlveaway .................................. ........ 20,56o 15,600 15,600 4:96o ,90

Total miles operated In intercity service -71,512
All vehicles .................................. 2,253,307,013 1,257,334,717 125,322,797 394,943,404 737,068,516 291,713,167 716,259,129 112,073,809 164,386,329 190,770,244 77,069,901 169,982,8"6
Tons of revenue freight carried in intercity service / 83,576,122 514,01,067 6,146,464 18,024,070 29,543,533 7,623,253 21,938,802 1850,764 4,634,173 4,896,684 i,a04,659 6,352,562
Freight revenue from interoity service / .............. $1,147,106,345 $665,391,264 $76,498,461 $228,600,157 9360,292,646 $125,354,6d9 $356,360,672 $61,614.111 $71,025,376 $83,715,755 $38,679,161 $101,326,071

d Credit or other reverse item.
I/ This table covers all common carriers of general freight engaged in intercity service and includes both those carriers that operated with owned equipment principally and those carriers that operated with owned *-Ad
leased equipment or purchased transportation. Detailed data relating to these carriers appear in tables 3 to 14 and 15 to 26. Selected items of individual common carriers of general freiht having annual operating revenues over 81,000,000 appear in table 30.
2 Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorshipa and partnerships. 8ee introductory statement.
Total expenee (including depreciation, aortlzation, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues. V, This item does qot include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased transportation" service.
Includes duplicotin on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
J Excludes freight revenue (contract service) for which other statistics were not reported as follows: All districts, $31,801; Eastern district and New England region, $6,541; Western district and Mid-Western region, 825,260.








STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR, THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948










COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY









TABLES 3 TO 14, INCLUSIVE















These tables are restricted to carriers owning all or most of the equipment operated. They exclude carriers
which reported "Equipment rents Debit amounting to 10 percent or more or "Purchased transportation"
expense amounting to 5 percent or more of total "Operation and maintenance expenses".











Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $I,OOO,0OO appear in Table 30.
9







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECE ,ER 31, 19489
TABLE 3.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL MREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1949

Eastern district Western district
ItmToa Central roegetinoi-Wstr Tothalter ockyn Pcii
districts Eastern England Atlantic regionWestern region region rehitn in Pi
district region region _____n region
Number of carriers represented .......................... 585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 15 22 53
ASSETS
rrent assets Total ................................... 57,675,752 $32,721,107 $5,266,013 $15,428,132 $12,026,962 *5,751,046 $19,203,599 $2,557,144 $1,255,064 $6,066,728 $3,626,353 $5,698,310
Tangible property
Carrier operating property ........................... .17,20,020 108,794o,622 22,075,862 46,636,694 40,028,066 18,291,004 60,176,394 670,909 5,420,009 15,663,"6 10,4.61,853 19,96o,229
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ......... 81,667,798 49,479,805 11,1,200 20,693,857 17,639,7 1 7,827,343 24,361,650 4,283,034 2,402,476 5,973,949 3,917,0 7,784,811
Other tangible property.............................. .2,6 45 1, 36,233 969'76 579,263 27,174 71,093 998,619 28,937 175,500 21,599 5,39 357,14
R05,762 3 3 57,112 3,304 14,633 118,302 5,251 2Z,037 7,062 61,750 20,202
Reserve for depreoiation and amortization ..... 537,697 "1...
Total tangible property less reserve ........... 107,648,470 60,433,288 11,555,112 26,464,988 22,413,188 10,520,121 36,695,O61 5,411,460 3,168,996 9,70 4, 6,898,162 11,512,359
Itangibls property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other .......... 6,527,011 2,629,893 620,28 1,207,285 802,320 929,015 2,968,103 466,436 167,682 1,1g987 4.1,627 730,371
Reserve for amortization ......................... 995,799 355,880 102,933 154,537 98,410 128,494 511,425 49,566 48,658 106,735 21,77 91692
Total intangible property less reserve ......... 5,531,212 2,274,013 517,355 1,052,74 703,910 800,521 2,456,678 416,870 119,o24 1,077,252 204,853 638,679
Investment securities and advances Total .............. 7,674,732 3,162,427 712,967 1,518,447 931,013 886,025 3,626,280 107,770 125,182 1,689,714 102,454 1 i,6o i,6o
Deferred debits Total ................................. 10,312,553 5,951,677 1,040,155 2,978,606 1,932,916 I,O84,256 3,276,620 655,426 186,377 1,197,200 271,253 966,364
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total .......... 569,918 274,40 132,429 74,831 67,144 79,152 216,362 5,277 49,86 867 119,634. 40,7398
Total assets......................................... 189,412,637 104,816,916 19,224,031 47,517,752 38,075,133 19,121,121 65,474,600 9,153,947 4,904,489 19,735,845 11,222,709 20,457,610
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total .............................. 53,835,911 29,528,400 5,325,227 13,237,894 10,965,279 5,569,531 18,737,980 2,516,464 1,536,750 6,213,864 3,203,823 5,267,079
Advances payable Total ................................ 6,854,997 4,818,585 1,Ol,844 1,978,444 1,838,297 2o4,609 1,831,803 200,635 68,832 973,635 403,581 185,120
Equipment and other long-term obligations: 12622
Equipment obligations ................................ 25,807,667 15,163,747 2,805,686 8,968,0o43 3,390,018 2,571,794 8,072,126 1,520,370 386,946 1,590,932 1,247,555 3,
Bonds and other long-term obligations ................ 9,183,378 4,098,230 1,359,727 1,527,258 1,211,245 729,592 4,355,556 1,239,914 273,176 711,047 712,892 1, 19,527
Total equipment and other long-term obligations ... 34,991,045 19,261,977 4,165,413 10,495,301 4,601,263 3,301,386 12,427,682 2,759,284 660,122 2,301,979 1,960,447 4,745,850
referred credits Total................................ 856,845 182,546 11,061 99,740 71,745 49,738 624,561 292,354 123,877 89,293 25,867 93,170
deserves for insurance, injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total ........................................ 3,490,031 2,069,814 299,023 749,507 1,021,284 356,246 1,063,971 178,009 79,040 525,372 144,463 137,067
Capital stock and nonoorporate capital:
Capital stock Total ................................ 35,167,905 21,338,290 4,6498,97 10,651,197 6,038,496 2,845,513 10,984,102 1,120,663 749,888 3,201,670 1,516,062 4,395,819
Sole proprietorship capital .......................... 5,716,739 2,963,600 815,652 1,266,855 881,093 701,932 2,051,207 302,979 395,793 528,826 172,772 647,937
Partnership capital .................................. 5,002,862 2,94b,144 162,053 1,08,612 969,).79 375,066 1,687,652 34,250 215,339 212,303 913,7b0
Total capital stock and nonoorporate capital ...... 45,887,506 27,242,034 5,626,302 13,726,664 7,889,068 3,922,511 14,722,961 1,772,792 1,361,020 3,942,799 1,688,834 5,957,516

Unearned surplus .................................... 5,25,638 2,129,408 15,50 676 3 1,307,17 958,725 2,197,505 53,530 11209 33,9 297955
Earned surplus ....................................... 3,210,66 19,51,152 2,649,653 6,553,449 10,381,050 4,758,375 13,868,137 1,380,879 1,074,848 3,876,813 3,761,7 3,773,53
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 43,496,302 21,713,560 2,795,161 7,230,202 11,688,197 5,717,100 16,065,642 1,434,4o9 1,074,84s 5,688,903 3,795,674 4,071,808
Total liabilities ...................................... 189,412,637 104,816,916 19,224,031 47,517,752 38,075,133 19,121,121 65,474,600 9,153,947 4,904,489 19,735,845 11,222,709 20,457,610





12 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1949
TABLE 4.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1945

Eastern district Western district
All Total New Middle Southern Total Rocky
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Muntain Pao
district region region region district region region region region
Number of carriers represented .......................... 585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 115 22
Land and land rights ................................... $5,244,729 $3,090,821 $536,768 $951,253 *1,702,500 *260,705 $1,893,202 $243,68589131,059 $636,935 *414,4o5 4
Structures1..................................... 6,-'45,492 9,192,703 2,614,335 2,508,093 4,070,275 756,758 6,396,031 1,512,561 372,171 1,551,452 1,529,997 1,4
Reserve for depreciation.................................. 2,618,610 1,714,5- 536,960 339,325 538,252 92,515 511,252 12,13 67,016 201,190 197,607 1
Investment, less reserve ............................. 13,726,882 7,478,163 2,077,375 2,165,765 3,232,023 663,940 5,554,779 1,330,015 305,155 1,350,262 1,332,390 1,26
Revenue equipment:
Fre ght:
Balance at beginning of year ...................... 123,276,818 73,089,336 15,257,295 32,633,833 25,197,208 12,230,259 37,955,223 6,115,015 3,722,733 5,530,357 6,332,759 12,9
Additions and betterments ..........................33,742,531 19,283,141 2,804,523 9,185,18 7,293,130 4,161,795 10,297,592 1,124,209 931,951 3,650,905 1,755, 42 2,85
Retirements / .................................... .10,74,528 6,6,36 ,4696 3,960,29 104,3 1,097,375 2,544,790 315,907 301,2 0 1,005,011 458,495 76
Balance at cose ofyer.............146,270,521 55,565,114 17,020, .22 37,858,742 30,655,950 15,294,652 45,411,025 6,923,317 4 ,353,M 11,473,251 7,629,7b 15,03
Reserve for depreciation ............................. 71,219,554 43,115,861 9,726,526 18,132,173 15,256,562 7,053,276 21,020,417 3,662,524 2,115,744 ,93,347 3,342,476 6,91,
Investment, le reserve.........................75,051,267 42,449,253 7,293,596 19,726,569 15,429,05 8,211,406 24,390,605 3,260,793 2,234,700 6,459,934 4,257,300 5,11
Combination:
Balance at beginning of year ...................... 21,727 21,727
Additions and betterments ......................... ..-...Retirements ....................................... ..
Balance at close of year .......................... 21,727 21,727 21
Reserve for depreciation .................... ..... 11,269 -I,269 1
Investment, less reserve ....................... 10,458 .- .. 10,458 10
Service oars and equipment ............................... 3,Z448,11 2,196,089 459,940 1,039,411 666,735 520,304 1,225,415 123,957 108,427 407,532 219,153 37(
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 1,414,94o 523,517 200,462 355,774 237,281 146,021 445,402 56,445 36,246 127,516 55,520 136
Investment, less reserve ............................. 2,529,571 1,372,572 289,478 653,637 429,457 374,283 753,016 66,612 72,181 250,016 130,663 233,
Shop and garage equipment ............................... 3,131,176 1,693,295 377,423 719,536 596,036 265,105 1,169,776 165,726 114,650 276,066 179,707 430J
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 1,652,492 964,720 215,496 420,019 326,205 146,706 541,o66 53,824 55,250 126,766 93,43 178
Investment, less reserve ............................. 1,478,684 728,575 155,927 299,817 269,531 121,399 625,710 54,902 56,370 149,300 56,271 251,
Furniture and office equipment ........................... 5,501,133 3,153,480 560,109 1,439,512 1,153 55Z 631,279 2,016,374 310,298 162,919 723,764 326,198 49 r
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 2,745,122 1,636,125 258,809 766,3 23903 869954 130,550 61,661
Investment, less reserve ............................. 3,056,011 1,517,355 271,300 673,430 572,625 392,236 1,146,420 179,818 101,255 393,785 159,115 252,,
Miscellaneous equipment ................................. 2,032,612 1,068,404 154,254 550,405 333,742 173,149 791,059 102,013 61,585 235,253 57,632 301,
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 819,065 500,955 57,045 250,355 133,555 55,667 262,416 35,363 24,0 48 73,057 38,850 88,
Investment, less reserve ............................. 1,213,544 567,419 97,209 270,023 200,157 117,452 525,643 63,650 37,537 165,226 45,782 213,
Improvements to leasehold property ...................... 2,955,178 1,593,415 271,260 532,306 459,949 248,359 I,116,404 256,155 50,550 314,235 63,050 372,
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 577,413 539,371 57,602 252,969 195,500 51,155 256,554 45,311 36,41 99,321 18,511 83,
Investment, less reserve ............................. 2,050,765 1,054,044 183,655 579,337 291,049 197,171 829,550 237,847 44,099 214,917 44,239 285
Undistributed property ..................................
Reserve for depreciation ................................ .-
I n v e s t m e n t l e s s r e s e r v e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - -.....
Unfinished construction ................................. 1,457,342 1,157,301 21,351 536,533 329,117 137,663 132,378 690 35,174 41,942 11,302 43,
Total investment in carrier operating property .......... 187,205,020 109,74o,622 22,075,862 46,636,694 4,0,025,o66 15,291,004 60,176,394 9,670,808 5,420,009 15,663,496 10,461,553 15,960,28
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 1,359 69 49,295,119 11,146,200 20,577,030 17,5 571 889 7,6 ,1 9 24,2 9,630 Z 202,7 0 2 ,402,476 5,941,17 3,917,300 2 54,28
Reserve for amortization ................................ 309,330 153,656 116,527 66,759 12, 2 113,020 80,24 32,773
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserves for depreciation and amortization 105,54O,222 59,261,517 10,929,662 25,942,537 22,359,315 10,463,661 35,514,744 5,357,774 3,017,533 9,659,547 6,544,473 11,175,

/ The difference between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those
shown in table 12 result from accounting adjustments.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19i48

TABLE 5.--INCOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EqUIPMENT PRINOIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Wete .trit
t.All Southern We.t.. d ..triot
EsToern Eng Midd Central region Tota Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern 00
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic region r Western Mountain
district region regiontro region reiotan Pacifi
Number of carriers represented ...................... 595 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22 5
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenues
Operating revenues ................................... $49,305,791 $275,285,329 $45,342,554 $116,690,084 $113,252,691 $52,8964,122 $170,156,340 $26,043,831 $15,129,067 $54,265,025 $27,858,775 $46,899,642
Expenses
Operation and maintenance expenses .................. 405,545,953 227,20,641 38,410,038 97,122,962 91,65,641 41, 471,175 136,866,13 21,14,732 12,500,793 43,602,8 22,117,466 36,700,292
Depreciation expense ......................... 21............ ,155,2281$2,00.7 2,507,433 5,399,5214 14,1 ,993 2,51 ,4 6,5,1434. 979,947 710,000 1971 1,013,580 1,937,194
Depreciation adjustment ...................................... 7 d 32d18710 d 9979d 2228114 d 14.86 d 72. "1 d &~,d 2.2 d 26.748 d 61.44 d 19,504 d 7.23
Amortization chargeable to operations 73348 30,2tt E, ,05 3,19b .. 39,875 276 O9 1;261 .
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 26,5:2,976 12,1482,324 2,236,806 5,214,869 5,030,9 3,551,122 10,509,530 1,583,820 714,236 3,176,176 1,853,016 3 ,ll2289
Operating rents--Net ................................. 10,225,866 5,605,602 914,403 2,276,607 2,4114,592 1,109,870 3,510,394 365,795 223,734 1,268,660 236,717 1,415,49
Total expenses ................................. 462,962,374 257,011,365 43,977,303 1o9,908,027 103,126,035 48,577,624 157,373,385 24,845,577 14,192,015 49,975,180 25,201,275 43,159,338
Net operating revenue .......................... 35,343,417 18,273,964 1,365,251 6,782,057 10,126,656 4,286,498 12,782,955 1,198,254 937,052 4,299,85 2,657,500 3,700,304
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit .............. 163,252 26,30o 1,300 17,567 7,437 6,704 130,21 12,100 117,922 72 150
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ............20,686 11,961 11,381 600 2,893 5,812 585 5,020 207
Net carrier operating income ................... 35,200,851 18,259,641 1,363,951 6,775,871 10,119,s19 ,282,687 12,658,523 1,186,739 937,052 4,176,943 2,657,635 3,700,154
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
Income from noncarrier operations--Net .............. 585,511 180 ,098 74,595 55,625 49,878 16,OO6 20,571 191,07
Inter-et income..................................... 101,214 47530 11,696 22,203 14,671 986,1:60 o1379,8 2,57 1,76 8164
Dividend income ...................................... 524,320 7,273 1,63 9,676 75,61 2,60036 5 1,378 8,739 ,183 2,149
Other nonoperating income ........................... 126,139 59,291 6,823 25,9 9 26,499 23,652 43,196 1,503 2,177 9,1141 5,886 24,489
Total other ordinary Income .................... 1,337,394 294,192 94,699 10i4,769 94,724 124,303 918,899 13,165 86,643 438,500 210,178 170,413
Gross ordinary income .......................... 36,53,245 18,553,833 1,458,650 6,980,640 10,214,543 4,406,990 13,577,422 1,199,904 1,023,695 14,615,443 2,867,813 3,870,567
DEDUCTIONS PROM ORDINARY INCOME
Interest ............................................ 2,o1, 551 1,131,656 261,760 591,032 278,8"6 203,404 749,491 142,774 614,616 154,090 132,o62 255,949
Amortization of debt discount and expense 9,087 7,212 575 807 5,830 1,078 797 273 524
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .......-
Other deductions .................................... 779,105 444,147 71,297 170,988 201,862 93,263 241,695 34,434 17,955 66,130 57,959 65,217
Total deductions from ordinary income .......... 2,872,743 1,583,015 333,632 762,827 486,556 297,745 991,983 177,208 82,571 220,493 190,545 321,166
Net ordinary income ............................ 33,665,502 16,970,818 1,125,018 6,117,813 9,727,987 4,1O9,245 12,585,439 1,022,696 941,124 4,394,950 2,677,268 3,549,401
EXTRAORDINAFM INCOME
Extraordinary income credits ........................... 689,682 332,771 56,144 1t5,305 131,322 4o,O49 316,862 17,322 31,974 173,9 21,33 :5
E traordinary Income charges ......................... 36, 499 199,102 19,03 6R,7 iA4,282 17,417 151,980 14,5 13,501 90,100 1 ,37'1 4593
Delayed income credits .............................. 333,569 19,399 15 614 121:284 27,501 35,198 103,972 14,2 6,787 15,911 17,855 937
Delayed income charges .............................. 223,858 96,562 142,1147 51,295 3,120 21,913 105,383 11,448 3,85 65,545 2,921 21,615
Total extraordinary income ..................... 430,994 231,506 41,578 148,507 41,421 35,917 163,471 5,807 21,406 34,158 141,888 60,212
Net income before income taxes ................. 34,096,396 17,202,324 1,166,596 6,266,320 9,769,408 4,145,162 12,748,910 1,028,503 962,530 4,429,i08 2,719,156 3,609,613
Income taxes 2/ ..................................... 11,344,593 5,697,785 462,92 2,003,905 3,230,988 1,391,127 4,255,681 322,042 271,336 1,363,141 1,059,478 1,239,64
Net Income ..................................... 22,751,803 11,5014,539 703,704 4,262,1415 6,538,420 2,754,035 8,493,229 706,1.61 691,194 3,065,967 1,659,678 2,369,929
Operating ratio 2/ ......................... (Percent) 92.91 93.36 96.99 94.19 91.O6 91.89 92.49 95.40 93.81 92.09 90.46 92.10
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................... $3,470,680 $1,561,107 $34,928 $405,770 $1,120,409 $27 ,903 $1,635,670 $39,533 $31,500 $1,092,601 $95,632 $176,204
Withdrawals ......................................... 1,907,880 1,014,231 lO4,971 493,606 115,65 184,70 78,99 101,233 132,0 166,161 1,741 97,152
Total dividends and withdrawals ................ 5,378,560 2,575,338 139,899 899,376 1,536,063 458,603 2,344,619 140,766 164,162 1,258,962 107,373 673,356

d Deficit or other reverse item.
1/ Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement. ;/Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.





14 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 6.--OPERATING REVENUES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194

Eastern district Western district
All "" Total Now Middle Southern Total O
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Uld-Western Southwestern Mountla
district region region region district region region region region re
Number of carriers represented ........................... 585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 4.5 22
Freight revenue--Intercity--Common carrier ............... $U49,693,717 $268,792,380 44,267,O79 $112,793,705 $111,731,597 $52,465,193 $169,426,144 $25,856,466 *14,999,*74 $53,985,906 $27,217,680 $46,4
Freight revenue--Interoity-Contract carrier ......... 1,029,000 961,863 107,397 616,696 237,780 50,289 16,848 14,976
Freight revenue--Local cartage ........................... 5,352,352 4,021,353 807,591 2,561,565 652,197 173,186 1,17,813 149,515 164,997 144,943 472,756 225
Intercity Transportation for other Class I motor carriers. 1,183,001 913,40 34,829 447,030 431,621 106,763 162,758 953 21,245 66,415 17,407
Other operating revenue .................................. 1,057,721 596,253 125,669 271,088 199,496 68, 691 392,777 21,921 43,351 67,861 150,932
Total operating revenues ............................ 498,305,791 275,285,329 45,342,554 1116,690,04 113,252,691 52,964,122 170,156,340 26,043,831 15,129,067 54,265,025 27,858,775 4.6,9






TABLE 7.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES, AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
ditrct Total New Middle Southern votal Rocky.
S Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern aPaci
ItetrdistrictsnEastern Mountain
district region region region district region region region region regi
Number of carriers represented ............................ 55 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ..................... $12,236,810 $6,227, 135 $1,073,5V6 $2,762,083 $2,391,474 $1,77,581 $4,132,94 6589,208 $24,257 $1,61,704 $756,823 $87
Line haul equipment ................................ 10,77,300 5,397,263 912,,906 2,9,779 2,132,538 1,707,170 3,82,867 52 ,203 261,48 1,4..7,228 715,792 $7
Pickup and delivery equipment ................. 1, I49,510 829,872 158,632 412,304 258,936 170,4i1 4 ,227 65,005 32,769 16,476 1,031
Vehicle license and registration fees ............. 7,623,979 2,361,623 405,322 1,094,I82 1,362,119 925,883 3,,73 68,223 26,859 836,268 761,675 1,
Line haul equipment............................ ,729,612 2, 66,$23 331,803 89 4799 1,14.0,221 797,153 3,565,636 621,432 258,293 739,139 738,989 1,20
Pickup and delivery equipment ........................ 89,67 .94,00 73,519 199,383 221,898 12,730 270,37 62,791 18,566 7129 22,686 6
Real estate and personal property taxes............ 1,157, 9 618,529 245 390 128,883 244,256 107,696 431,1 59,232 42,219 X,20761
Social security taxes ................................. 4,7o,125 2,392,516 47,219 1,056,098 889,199 504,469 1,573,10 21,b4i 139,33Z 503,929 263,354 74
Other taxes .............................................. 1,054,b53 382,521 65,297 173,623 143,601 135,4-93 536,b39 36,516 31,567 75,168 30,93
Total operating taxes and licenses ............... 26,542,976 12,4.82,324 2,236,806 5,214,a69 5,030,649 3,551,122 10,509,530 1,583,820 784,236 3,176,176 1,853,016 3,112l
Provision for income taxes:
Federal Income taxes:,
Normal tax ............................................. 7,77o0o 3,939,351 303,080 1,238,783 2,397,48 962,143 2,868,596 213,743 168,867 974,532 754,717 4,
Surtax ............................................. 3,1 73 1,59,175 131,079 657,868 804,229 369,710 1,224,9a8 72,838 94,053 374,942 254,895
Excess profits tax .................................. 6,79 6,719 5,029 1,69o 3,303 d 3,233
Total Federal income taxes ...................... o,964,752 5,539,245 439,188 1,898,341 3,201,716 1,335,156 4,090,351 286,58i 262,920 1,346,221 1,009,612 1,185,
State income taxes .................................... 376,322 155,722 23,704 104,979 27,039 55,94 161.,652 35,461 8,416 16,924 49,184 54,
Other income taxes .................................... 3,519 2,818 585 2,233 23 678 d 4 682
Total provision for income taxes ................ 11,34.4,593 5,697,785 462,892 2,003,905 3,230,988 1,391,127 4,255,681 322,O42 271,336 1,363,141 1,059,479 1,239,
Total taxes,., ............... 37,987,569 18,180,109 2,699,698 7,218,774 8,261,637 4,942,249 14,765,211 1,905,862 1,055,572 4.,539,317 2,912,94. ,351,

_/ Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorehips and partnerships. See introductory statement.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE IEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 15

TABLE 8.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district SouthernWestern district
All Total New Wseiei Total
Item districts Central region We rn Northwestern Mid-Western Southweetern Ro Paif~i
Eastern England Atlantic region Western ,Mounain Pacificdistrict regon _reion district region region region region
Number of carriers represented ........................ 585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22 3
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Supervision ........................................... $2,143, ~87 $1,256,~ $214,578 $613,538 $398,689 $248,015 $638,767 $8o,942 $26,439 0217,602 $91,267 $222,517
ice and other expenses .............................. .15,477 9', 19,580 49,3 26,475 33,755 56,278 8,48 11,275 1,574 2,128 15,993
4;::: ;asa:::::::: s~i~l 2498394, 10 9, 23 7, "'38 2,190,120 1,14022 ,19175 3,1419,0
airs and servicing--Revenue equipment .............. 47,662,004 24,929,369 4,13,050 11,057,1o 9,758,215 99,74 17,733,997 2,190,120 1,430,22 ,191,720 3,119,o95 5,2696
Line haul equipment ................................ 41,251,482 21,161,727 3,1405,058 9,233,819 8,522,850 4, 68,862 15,620,893 1,889,739 1,256,733 ,325,34o 3,211,508 4,97,573
Pickup and delivery equipment ...................... 6,410,522 3,766, 42 707,992 1,823,285 1,235,65 530,886 2,112,94 3OO,381 143,529 866,380 207,587 565,117
ires and tubes--Revenue equipment .................... 17,767,195 9,o43,222 1,1495,53 4,OO3,039 3,5 4,148 2, 35,366 6,28,60 7 86,751 53,310 2,72,689 1,118,020 1,67,87
Line haul equipment ............................... 16,029, 2 ,0o 856 1,313,; 3,7 422 3, ,8 3' 2,235,29 5,75, 016 7117 00023 1,874 1 1,o 8,931 1602
Pickup and delivery equipment ...................... 174,94 1 0,3 6 181,941 5,617 8 200,1 7 50 7n,7, o 14327,9,8 21 o, 1
ter maintenance expenses ............................ 3,3 2 2 2 09376 3 573 975,36 7 2,720 965,16 2,126 6 225,76 1809 ,66
3:34~2~2 ,096,76 777# 37 284720 965166 1 2,2 95025762 196, 33 6
oint garage expenses--Debit ......................... 30,6 1 29,388 ,803 2,346 239 64 1,199 1,199
Jont garage expenses--Credit ......................... 15,25 15,245 3,329 11,916
Total ............................................ 71,119,931 37,434,359 6,217,790 16,710,866 14,505,703 8,001,668 25,683,904 3,20,347 2,00,8946 7,727,546 4,826,566 7,8140,599
TRANSPORTATION
uervision ........................................... 5,655,332 4,058,830 839,04 1,73:05 1,436,41 391,490 1,215,012 26251913, 32 526 191,
8ppervisionoa---as-- -- -- ---- *(ts *t~i 14,;?? 1,783,015 1,.,< ,i ;I *i ~yI"iti !!&I 11)82
Office and other expenses .............................. 41,Oo 2 5,77,176 41,145 53, 3 1, 1 728,36 810, 1 9,06 2 22,99
o 565,' 82' 1,1065 10~2,99~
rivers and helpers .................................. 118,7 0,986 70,392,261 12,172,224 30, 61,871 27,5,166 ,0,88 37,287, 1 6,209,917 3,595,4814 11,87, 2 ,51 9 1o87,3
Line haul equipment ................................ 63,760,562 36,922,467 7,182,79 15,1 20,055 ,619,633 6,031,543 20,806,52 3,240,043 1,30,471 6,280 3,93756
Pickup and delivery equipment ...................... 55,030,424 33, 469,7 4 4,989, 5 15,341,816 13,138,533 5,079,31 16,481, 99 2,9697 1,65,01 5,597,152 15 79,a2 J 8
Pel for revenue equipment ............................ 30,042,55 16,025,6 6 2,627,527 b,290,517 7,1o7, 82 3,687,885 10,329,042 1 828 1 1,055,90 3,290,06 1,9 ,264 2,206
Line haul equipment ................................ 26,4-86,354 13,921,966 2,277,520 5,373$,831 6,27, 5 3, 2 7, 9,241,667 1,63 ,66 935, 2,919,3 1,8 2 1,926 9
26,1.:486:,354 13,92::1,966::::::::::5i77t7* ,633,I 8 I 6x 2,919,313,21 **1lsm26,05wl222 2194,09628 8
Pickup and delivery equipment ...................... 3,556,199 2,103 ,66o 30,007 916,686 836,967 365:1 1,07,375 19 625 126,347 309,70 122,206 279 490
Oi for revenue equipment ..............................1, 1,743 883,010 1 O,Y7 3 1,931 350,n5 232,218 826 5152,130 242,'94 133,0 0 281,689
Line haul equipment ................................ 1,677,223 745,347 1 2 85 305,611 297,051 199,633 732,243 82,669 62,671 207,111 123,84 255,948
Pickup and delivery equipment ..........264,520 137, 63 28 9 56,22053354 2,85 ,272 13,291 35,35 9246 25,741
urchased transportation ................................. 19,395,276 0,627, 497 1, 45,50 4 4,8 1481 4,620,5 7, ,1 1,631,910 92 ,97 1,0222 2 5,53
Purchased transportation--Intercity ...............4 66 2 323,94. 97:5 5 7,2 9 1 9 8 15
............81 7,387 .3 .52537,5 6 3, 22,97 8755 o1,1328 1300.,29 217 1488,
Purchased pickup and delivery................................ 67, 82 5980 1 1,331,8 72;:3Q 7 5383
ther transportation expenses ......................... 5, 3,511 3,32,409 72,683 1,995,987 73,739 529,17 1,501,958 155,853 12240 2 53 83 5
Total ............................................ 181,700,511 105,665,419 17,793,929 45,870,847 42,000,643 17,1452,260 58,582,832 10,192,663 5,854,067 17,573,593 9,3814,981 15,577,528
TERMINAL
pervision........................................... 22,265,534 10,766,061 1,496, 9 4,114, 16 5,154,386 2,704,963 8794, 1o 1,125,153 709,729 3,31, 1,423,753 2,24,564
Supervisory salaries ................6.............. 9,635,51 4,233,325 619 3 1,6 0, 75 1,943,187 1,099,529 3,302,657 405, 862 289,853 1,296,13t 3 792j170
Supervisory salaries... ,35I ,3,2 61
Salaries and fees--Billing and collecting .......... 9,92 4,5,979 7 15 57 2,32,081 ,~6 9,07 3,886,1 528,893 368,91 1,422,75 99,8 6104
Other office employees ............................. 3,37,7 1, 6,757 19 5 4 9,11 5, 1, ,52 190,39 51,09 305,737
fice and other expenses ............................. 2,670,6 1 ,162,530 168 ,0 429,128 565,316 360,925 1,147,216 115,814 103,50 7,209 202,207 247,43
salaries and wages--Platform employees ................ 38,396,3 21,276,089 3,174,65 7,853,646 10,27,818 3,59,9 13,660,305 2,536,806 1,o60, 164 ,355,549 2,36 3 3,3 1,949
her terminal employees .............................. 1,915,838 1,353,308 115,2 9 817,984 420,27 153,70 4o0 8,790 68,029 16,151 25, 65 2,547 70,2
mission agent........................................2,207,214 521,193 65,18 19 054 3375 1,2og7 31o; 6o 1 130 o 3
691 2018,980 391 20 3 9 1i6 2la 20 4:13
Other terminal expenses .................................3,7, 1 20 312 74,7 2375220 1 2 39,90 1412 3i9 283,8
oint terminal facilities--Debit ...................... O 3 ,80 13, 16 20, 20 9 20,298 1,382 1,O3 1,129 3 96 2 3
point terminal facilities--Credit .................... 317,3 3 26,907 10,210 247,6 5,063 7,153 3 ,9 6 3,0 36,: 2 1
Total ............................................ 71,276,273 37,155,054 5,414,570 14,381,839 17,358,645 7,332,367 26,788,852 4,237,012 2,076,151 9,586,345 4,329,98 6,559,8146
TRAFFIC
Supervision .......................................... 6,955,366 4,179 775 676,122 1,817,590 1,68 ,o63 730,218 2,046,373 326,270 13,957 751,794 254,159 530,193
ffice and other expenses ............................. 2, ,14 1,43 2 217,113 607,001 61 ,418 278,10 778,302 2,5 ,7 2 9,229 212059
T a r i f f s an, 5d s c h e d u l e 6 o 7 o o 2 7 753 o 1 4 2 5 j ? 4 7 7 7 2 99 7 0 0 92 2 5
ariffs and schedules ................................ 61,451 86 1 89, o6 231,98 245,505 113,866 281,924 62,o0 9 6 17 6 30,96 1
vertisilng 1 7 1.......................................... 561 0 I T 7 l3 37,69 | 693 1 6 72, 327
10,9 3 '2 3,462 5 ,74 21593 1,9 12,37o 130:127
ther traffic expenses ................................ 941,491 639,90 09,594 30,83'o 53 3,8,0
Total ............................................ 12,816,208 7,626,601 1,277,514 3,288,520 3,060,567 1,311,738 3,877,869 68o,638 362,052 1,357,162 465,394 1,012,623





16 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 8.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Iitr Tis al New Midle Central region Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacifio
Eastern England AtlantiO reaton Western Mountain
district region reion region district region region region region region
INSURANCE AND SAFETY
Supervision............................................ 1,853,305 $936,509 $96,J28 $450,169 $390,012 $257,767 $659,029 $94 ,880 $36,512 $213,843 $137,712 $176,02
Office and other expenses.......................... .. 7,,98 269,613 27,,90 27 07 2,82 711 2 2 72 416,6 2,839 23,391 123571 35,06
Public liability and property damage ................... 49,55,60o 5,630,052 1,074,000 21,,6 2,5 257,4 15 370M5P 027
Workmen's compensation ................................. .,24 ,333 2,17,276 513,928 1,139,784 753,564 :3 ,820 1,498 237 265,099 11 5,622 571,41 200,76 345,355
Cargo loss and damage .................................. 10,964,337 5,399,576 896,000 2,303, 982 2,199,5 1,422,581 4,142 180 597,710 362, 653 1,4,917 559, 3 937,29
Fire, theft and collision................. ............ 2,6140,351 1,597,69 355,987 765,1 46 4775,815 292,812 149 1 log4 26,85 202,157 12,500 259,426
Fir, tef an coliion......... ................ 53,1: 6h,7 ,347 113 : ; 4597 ,:
Other insurance expense ...................52,182 325,7 7 1714 24 127 52,902 1 4 53,95L
Other insurance and safety department expenses ......... 132,815 53,93 ,9 13 11168 5 7 160 093 12,929 1,2 2 13,12
Total ............................................. 30,366,121 16,620,403 3,031,799 7,399,109 6,189,495 3,674,348 10,071,370 1,537,986 877,225 3,721,698 1,530,232 2,404,329
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL
s lsurison ............................................ 22,934,79 13,796,29 2,93,667 5 010 5,278,5 2,193,673 6,94,Z07 1,276,p5 72,062,01,69, ,
Sup eis-General officers .......................... .11,252,552 b,49977 1, 5,30 .51,338 ,04,9b2 R3 295 371 Z1191 1W., 651
Salaries-Otergeneralofftie employe................ ,355,130 2,26,525 462,157 1,186,193 888,175 939 1,353,662 15,2, 1 2
Salaries-Other general office employees ............ 7432,107 4,707 797,205 1,982,479 1,6o5,023 678,772 2,3 3,624,418 276,698 681,259 316,215 2
Office and other expenses .............................. .5821,678 3,369,759 743,211 1,525,647 1,100, 01 579,319 1,575,600 32 ,62 207,531 596,509 210,451 536,127
Expenses--General officers .......................... 2,148,6g0 1,270,890 331,851 570,581 368, 58 195,902 681,888 100,254 78,055 222,809 77,747 203,023
Expens es--General office employees .................. 355,788 162,056 26,094 o, 323 563 ,062 141,670 9,424 9,873 75,N5 12 2 39,906
Other general office expenses ....................... ..3,320,210 1,736,13 32 11992 293,198
Law expenses ........................................... 6 4 436 6 2 N 1 6 0 o,02
outside auditing expenses .............................. 101, 7 10,271 55:6 ?15:; 3:756 150Q?4
Communication service..................................93,126 1,381,887 19510 121,51 47 5298 221,948 367,
Employees welfare expenses ............................. 761, 4J7,668 63,31 135,807 278,230 50,025 233,747 19,26 18,281 3231 28,5
Management and supervision fees ........................ 305,008 2 2,0 8 7,751 d 24.93 24g.9 9,e8 33,012 92
Uncolleotible revenues ................................. 305,900 154, 36 4, 9b1 ,5 31 38,395 113,129 39,90 8,767 394 2, 3 22,202
Regulatory expenses .................................... D13930 7 34 ,318 d 49,377 13:3 7,829 64,067 10 7 5,56 49 3 2.083
Purchasing and store expenses ............d 5.377 Z ?, 956 5 17J 32,2 22,507
Other general expenses ................................. 1,598,67 806736 137,120 2 151,31
J o i n t o p e r a t i n g e x p e n s e- D eb i t . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 0 8 3 2 4 0 6 3 2 4 8 5 2 7 1, 9 9 3 1 0 - 1 2 1 6 3 0 0 2 74
Joint operating expense--Credit ........................ 60,352 6:o63 2,05 27,750 15, 1,099 13,190 10,216 300 2,67
Total ............................................. 38,266,909 22,706,805 4,674,436 9,471,781 8,560,588 3,698,794 11,861,310 2,058,186 1,250,452 3,666,510 1,580,795 3,305,367
Grand total .......................................15,545,953 227,208,64i1 38,410,038 97,122,962 91,675,641 41,471,175 136,866,137 21,914,732 12,500,793 43,632,854 22,117,466 36,700,292

d Deficit or other reverse item.





TABLE 9.--PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All T l Md Southern Na o KOOKY
districts Eastern England Atlanti Central region Western Northwestern iWestern Southwestern tain Pacific
reio districtan Alatl region region region Mountan
district region region region district egion region r on region region
Number of carriers represented ......................... 585 353 94 145 i1 57 175 30 25 45 22 53
Purchased transportation Intercity:
Payments to Class I motor carriers .................. $621,302 $2498,o86 $24,801 $192,526 $30,751 $34,052 $39,164 W 4,963 $23,939 $27,486 09,620 *237,156
Payments to reilroads and water carriers ............ 62,548 12,558 3,597 6,655 2,306 729 7261 1,51 195 12,646 21,295 611
Payments to all others, including motor carriers,
owner-operators and private carriers ............. 5,141,885 3,228,957 239,716 2,124,764 864,477 560,025 1,352,903 244,552 193,189 253,5498 457,999 203,615
Total Purchased transportation Intercity ....... 5,925,735 3,489,601 268,114 2,323,945 897,542 594,506 1,741,328 300,029 217,323 293,680 448,91 4 14I,382
Purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to others for performing the carrier's local
cartage service and pickup and delivery of its
intercity ervioe ................................ 13,188,508 7,003,006 871,350 2,526,04 3,605,60 799,427 5,386,075 1,327,943 672,089 1,114,422 512,247 1,733,374
Allowances to shippers and consignees for the picking
up or delivery of interoity freight ................ 381,033 134,890 6,037 11,48 117,365 79,398 166,745 3,938 53,257 63,185 26,068 20,297
Total Purchased pickup and delivery .............. 13,569,541 7,137,896 877,387 2,537,536 3,722,973 878,825 5,552,820 1,331,881 725,346 1,203,607 538,315 1,753,671
Total purchased transportation .................... 19,395,276 10,627,497 1,145,501 14,861,491 4,620,515 1,473,631 7,294,14 1,631,910 942,669 1,497,287 1,027,229 2,195,053




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDEf DECEMBER 31, 1941

TABLE l0.--EPRECIATION EXPENSE COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERC17Y SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALL .
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1949
..... Etern district Southern .Western district
Item "1 eta New Ega Central region Total
eastern England Atlantic region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern MPacifi
distri....ts district region region district region region region Mountain
___KAre i riton regioni
Number of carriers represented .....................585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22 53
Depreciation of structures ......................... $510,346 $294,380 $93,93 ,224 $120,263 $29,g0g $196,159 11 0 47
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Freight I.,..15.7 1,3,9 7,F127 29, 3,713,Z76 2,S5,126 Z,75,5 16',47 61120 1 365 1
Line haul equipment .............................. I1,149,208 9,319,O72 1,939,15 _,130,504 3,629, 17 1,965,M6 74 75,929 566,2 7 1,369:051 7,051 1 67
Pickup and delivery equipment ................... 2,602,339 1,41Z,027 252,126 697,72 464,159 297,030 891,282 106,549 74,967 312,4i5 124,919 272,532
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Passenger ....... 6
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Combination ..... 3 6891 -2,591 2591
Depreciation of service ars and equipment ......... 66,4Z24 367,86 7,6 1",6; 0098 96210,0 1256 5,191 O -,20. ..6
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment .......... 306,7' 159,115 46,187 64 30,398 8,210 19 15, 6 20,511 258'2In2
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment .64,$31 252,962 6,970 i19,75 56,269 33,21 111,95 1,587 59,2.1 25,26 9,73O
Depreciation3 of0 6evc craneuiet15,5'8,238 51651 160,219 22,531 13,730 5519 2746 2,0206
Depreciation of miscellaneous eouipment ............ 211,256 112,596 23,537 O,2 u4 28,815 19,839 78,822 8,921 6,619 20,610 352
Depreciation of improvement to leasehold property 242,418 141,935 27,902 73,558 40,475 25,86 75,067 10,349 7,199 26,863 6,388 24,268
Depreciation of undistributed property ............. 5 ,
Total depreciation expense .................... 21,155,228 12,051,950 2,507,433 5,399,52 4,14h,993 2,51,14 6,58S,434 979,947 710,000 1,947,713 1,013,580 1,97,194








TABLE 11.-OPERATING RENTS-NET COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item lToal .ew Middle Central region Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacifi
districts Eastern England Atlantic Western Mountain i
district region region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented ..................... 585 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22 53
Equipment rents Debit ............................ $4,414,461 $2,357,056 $204,655 $585,958 $1,566,443 $478,060 $1,579,345 $134,269 $44,417 $525,933 $74,309 $80,1417
Other operating rents Debit ....................... 6,81o,521 3,9 715 835,679 1,642,095 1,26,941 695 ,81 2,167,955 25,003 197,081 798,101 199,916 718,854
Joint facility rents Debit .......................5,570 39,311 ,0 20,131 7,720 10 ,lis 4,766 1,025 1,404 1,993 1,230
Total debits ,..11,279,552 6,343,082 1,051,794 2,448,194 2,843,104 1,178,752 3,757,718 392,038 242,523 1,325,438 276,218 1,521,501
Equipment rents Credit ............................ 665,394 518,086 75,851 i1,967 327,2689712 1,25 5593 1 6o
Other operating rents Credit (property) .......... 3183,170 55,74 46,9 o,4 16,O7 139,66 9,255 13,196 32,7 197 6,5
Rent from owned land and structures (passenger) ... 2,4 42 1 O 53 7 190 6,057
7 2,24o 2,000 2 2, 7 "-131:190 1,057
Sublease rental income (passenger) ................. 2,113 1,850 1,850 263 1- 3
Joint facility rents Credit ...................... 42,812 32,134 3,791 9,622 1,721 2,625 8,053 900 4,13Total credits ................................. 1,053,6s6 737,40 137,391 171,577 128,512 68,882 247,324 26,243 18,789 56,778 39,501 106,013
Net debits .................................... ..10,225,866 5,605,602 914,4.03 2,276,607 2,414,592 1,109,870 3,510,394 365,795 223,734 1,268,660 236,717 1,415,488
893689 0 50 2





18 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABE 2.~F.VENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT: ACQUtIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND1 OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR -COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Southern Total Rocky
Total New Middle Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mi Paci
districts Eastern England Atlantic strregion region regionon
district region re oion region district .... ..
Number of carriers represented .................... 595 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22
Equipment acquired during the year:
Trucks Number of units ...................2,209 1,032 204 494 334 124 898 86232109
s- ost ...................... $5,059,222 3 2 , $503 ,566 $1, 1 14 $ 2 ,599 2524 ,4 $151,0 $9 .39I 0515,303 $2 3 71 $1,213, t
cos ... . ............ $2 1 ,9 4141~ o $6 02 22 7$ 23 2 o
Truck tractors Number of units ........... v.3,921 28,:9 8 M9 136 22'9 $ 843 1,08 1N7 1 55 137 Z
Cost .............. .......... $l4,573, 83 3,675,76 ,050,172 $504,790 $367,56 $1,73,0o1 $57,079
Semitrailers Number of units .............. ,74 2,937 290 1,.4 1,162 602 1,205 15 150 53 147
ot...............$12,792,94 $7,64,0 $77296 $4 oo6,o2R $2,41,785 $1,746,144 $3 726 $417,50 $575,.4 $750,1
cos ......................... 94, 10 0772 ,8 :1 ,oo6 Z $40,4,2 4
Full trailers Number of units .............. 73 2 2 1 O
Cost ....................... $227,173 $899 4 $8,994 218,79 $21 1
Other equipment Cost .......... ........ 173,80 56,547 14,18o 8,529 33,838 19,586 9675 21,929 13,728 11,399 20,785 29,
Total cost of all equipment acquired ........ 32,826,991 l,742,222 2,725,056 8,87,540 7,138,626 4,o94,872 9,989,897 1,092,541 897,128 3,5501979 1,699,783 2,749,i
Equipment retired during the year: 3 78 24 54 9
Trucks Number of units.............. 1,3 70 126 6 21 141
C$5,0388,6 10 $205,09 $14,75 *2,02 $37,95 $6 1245 $5,
s t- o. ......................... 5 $87,967 $179,726 19 $134,275$192,55 $352,
Truck tractors Number of units ........... 2,152 1,455 173 729 5 228 69 89 52 24 31
cost ....... ............... $5,200,69 $3,582,073 $573,717 $2,011,738 $996,2N $508 02 $1,110,593 $187,1?l $123,178 $4983,421 $133,452 $183,3
Semitrailers Number of units ........... 2,0 1,38 169 07 412 272 211 39
Cost .............. $3,304 ,566 $2,179,0:8 $267,361 $1,354,363 $557,324 $108,79 $716,769 $67,987 $122,724 $313,780 $79,.0 $133,2
Full trailers Number of units ............. 30 30 5 5
cost ......................... $63,34 $63,034 $5,850 $14,503 $42,
Other equipment Cost .............. .. ... 74,131 26,263 11,763 8,187 6,313 4,281 43,587 850 5,469 1,501 23,582 12,21
Total cost of all equipment retired V ...... 10,492,691 6,675,351 1,032,567 3,877,431 1,765,353 1,055,334 2,762,006 293,980 301,270 1,O00,167 443,017 723,5
Equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units .............. 11,991 5,710 1,479 2,498 1,73 1,245 5,036 580 446 1,588 721 I,7
Cost ......................... $23,120,176 $1O,261,337 $2,965,730 $5,036,623 $2,359,98 $1,959,04 $10,999,765 $780,372 $559,o4 $2,144,43 01,909,R96 05707,
Truck tractors Number of units .............. L9,299 12,081 1,953 45 5,353 5,058 1,027 686 1623 l 0 58 0,
Cost ............................$6,9,170 $37,489,009 $7,920911 $16,938, $ $12,629,637 $6,952,191 $16,510,970 $3,056,989 $1,755,581 $4,952,5 $2,986,887 $3,767,
cst ............... :::$609R!30 $3,005,751OZ0 8 *1991 $24,32187
Semitrailers Number of units ............... 27,311 17,90 2,855 6,930 ,105 2, 94 2 57 $ 1,354 3 $ 2 289 2 1,1
-N o f59,263,;29 $37,275,757 $6,153,461 $15,84,825 $15,277,531 $6,457,528 15,530 3 $4,32,7 $2,*o, $3,796,"
Full trailers .- Number of units .............. 395 2 3 169 672 1
Cost ......................... $2,192,000 $309,700 42 $1,44.2 $212, 2 $1, 582,300 $11 $354,07 $1, 5
Other equipment Cost ......................... 733,716 229,31 ,954 37,391 6,2 5 ,0,17 o54,7_312,
Total cost of all equipment owned ........... 146,270,821 85,565,114 17,020,422 37,858,742 30,685,950 15,294,682 45,411,025 6,923,317 4,353,444 11,473,281 7,629,776 15,031,2

/ Bee footnote No. 1 to table 4.




STATISTIC OF CLASS I MoTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 194 1

TABLE 13.--EMPLOYEEs, AVERAGE NUMBER TOTAL COUPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COHPENSATION BY PASSES .
COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED fN INTERICTY SERVICE OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY, 19148 BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Eastern district
All districts Southern region
Eastern ditrict, Total New England region Middle Atlantic region Central region Claesifi.atiofT of employeeS Averge Tgotal Aa o e Aglrg t v Aa t Averae Total
r= e of -epn --,e .- l ..L [. i............
ag erlAve a r oa
number of =ompen- sompen- smbe o onopenn" n number of open- ( number of a omfen. Vnu r fo n 2 lben 0 me
S~~srvlasory on.o.o..~o. H ..
empifctinofeplyesyee~q catio eato mployees eationn action employees oai n- employees c aton mp loee c Ato

Mechnic (enploy.ng wompen- .or.en .... on- 9 O:* e6. PI y0
epoeation nation supn ation mOn
number of carriera represented ........... ..595 353 914 114
Equipment maintenance0 and garage: on
Supervisory ............ ..392 $1,750,218 14,1465 202 1,015,150 '31$1,5 8200,905 $9 8510,99 5 ,214 61 .303,255 814,971 7o 163 *;1;j
... 49g 16.278: 3 0 2, 3 39504 1,5 88 3.172SD 1,217371 11 9 1 2 T

Serlose emlok~ dee....................................',b' 2 2,29 I,1 O7g 1 ,578 '3q6 '3 92 % ] ,2 10 ~g~ :q ~ 13,
mtechanics (includin oig foemn ~ '44'9 '6 ~ 2 2t 23 Z:12 3,17 111 14 ,k

Other (inclu lng clerical employee,) ....4-6I ,103 07 :- ,."4 ,,-II O,2,9 .......... ..,, ,
Traapotaton 14 4ac4, 2 j I5
Supervic oyees ......................... , 3,90 9 2 1 47 1 2 2 1 2 1
Drivers-Lineihaul emp.......g 9..... l ,,2, 1 ,10.,29 2: n 11 3l 3. 2,

Heler--in haul ",,,~,... ..............................48 ,11,!261!,~ ... ,77 -.
6302 Lj2, 331 t 19S72 2,76 112818,82

other (including 3lerial employees a 602,1 3 t ,1 12,9

Tnsransratin- aey
6lR,'3 25'2 M4,g0, 2,6'B' 4-630, 458 .0
Supervisory ........i-. e r............1120 725,0 9 3 ,9 172 3,305 4 16,336 2,521 6
Others includingg leric- emp1yss) 23 6134 3,037 137. ,1 3,39Z 4 10 W, 3 l ,


A Hetlpts,. E.. l ,o 2fies ers n aul er o,1 6 2io,1 6519 95 s6 ,9 2,59 75 1 6 6 ,795 ,$729 1 ,1 3 Z,5,.1 3i6 39 .0 9 1 2 ,7 ..
e''Ive ''........... 1, 1 5275N6 31 6 9 64 19,51921 3,314 1,572 5,9 3 05 4,6 ,23o1 3 9,09 3293594 12 9 3.35 1 T 1 405 :18 2,6Y
Terminal:
supervisor ............................... D 2,262 8,48 4,37 3, 91 1,32,36 14,16 7 213 0s 122 3,1 6
Otfrm ........ ........................ 07 7 1,393,514- 2,5 9 2 07 :3 i 2 169 2,69 113 2:6 0 3I, 2 2 1 2 3 3 O M 1161'4 2,37
Otes(nldnolerical employees) 20. 69 15 2,4 3,36 72 1,765U61 ,2 10O2,0 5013
Bales, tariff, and advertisingS pry .....................D 36 1842 45 5007 232 1,2 7,808 555 272 12 4,94 8 105 595009 667 72 420,671 14 42 83067 4,359
1209 4,58,731 3,795 624 25149140' 1063 ,6;2 2419 1,3,53 1410 272 ,1,0 48 135 508,111 3,720
00lloitors................ 180 4610 2,7 19 33:060 2#,590 13 3032:3?4 314 59 150,795 2556 57 152,917 2683 21 50,958 212
Insurance sod safety: 1 '4,2 3,6 489 11 139
Supervisory ............................. 209 796,165 3,009 90 347,219 3.8 16 3,193 3,34 46 156,557 3,1403 1141013
Others (inciudlnC clerical employees) D 433 1,066,331 2,463 230 584,615 2, 2 17 0 2,35 121 291,098 2,406 92 253,500 2,755 51 113,426 2,29
Administrative and general: e 6ve,295 9,5ag 1 2 A0 A 0 T
Officers, camera ondpartners........... .0 1 212 11,295 9756,683 10,983 1 8,143
15o1 6314 2' 3 b 6 2~ 23 1,13045,93 2:1b2 1, 215 2,120.,5 2,3146 927 2,2149,596 21427 1426 1,0 2769 2,a
ClOrical ........... ....................D 3 9~' 27 66 912 2,397 50 51751 2
other. ................ 5. 1,292,514 21 68 9 151 2,601 il 2 175 107 26,2 2,476 53
Total Daily Basis.........................l2o 175,162 13,2 70 2 ,36 3,97 13 5,o6 43,71 a844,15 #3,8 6 1 o 13,6
otal Hourly Basis........................615 7 92,6,7 11455 11,8 ,9 6 5 18,120,231 3011 6 31,8 16 0, 1
Western district

Clssiioun ofamployee) Western district, Total 7 Northwestern region Mid-Western region Southwestern region Rocky Mountain region Poifio region ,
versgeToata lf emveras e Total average Average Total Average
number f ooen tmnumbe o n 00 annual Avrg Tot 0 nal Avrg Tot nnal Averageon
.p...... oen. number of ocopen- number of 9v3 ... 1,2um of I Pa- number ofn,
ati t n opn- epoes aton compen- emplyee emplo e otpn nu~j0" mbloes n uombemlyer an, u
on employee eation cmpl 51..t- elyes cto
Number of carrier represented ...............5 30 25 45 2 3
uervisy.... ................... 10 571,9 S3,813 15 6,9 014557 6 5 3,251 50 4 ,, 1 $79, 47 20,7 3


Ot er 3:nlu5n 3.0I a eml ye s .. .55999 2,9 go 2516 -8 -- 31 3
ei incdino rkingfoe 1,626 5,429,962 3,339 265 857,97346 301,285,900 2 980,95: 3,802 1482 178 136 8 5 32


............................. 2 1 3 o7,6 3, 1
Service employees ........................ 422 1143,990 2,711 33 97 91 6 1 19 002
Others includingg olerical employees) .... 298,886 2,871 8 21:232 2,655 1,003 2,501 14 17 35,278 3,310 61 183,0 3,0
Transportation:
Supervisory ..............................0 273 1,117,627 4,094 9 231 4036 14 51,26 3 3662 5 314,647 3,716 14 211, 3 4 67 004 4,145
Drtveer-L ne l aul ~................. 2 569 511 1,91,85 73 5 17 56,9 9 71 1 3,9 6 3 1, 267 83, 9,142
Hlpers-Line haul............................ .34 ,1550 2,3 9 3 3, 9 1,5 6 1 3 4 3' ,62




63 32go 53, 2O3 156106 51,oo 2933 3,ZO 5461S ,
Others....... hal................ ... 91 947 27 0S05 2 53
Tr --Piokup and delivery 0........... 5 1433 16,189,:34 2,980 97 2, 06.0 3,201 590 1,681,305 2,950 2,133 5,575, 2,O 1519,33 4 ,
Helpers PIckuP and delivery 0.............. .9 1,756 180114 31 12 303 3
Ohr(inoluding clerical employees) 147..1129;990 3,191 1 4,U '3226 9.2434431
Terminal:
supervisory ..............................D 903 3 345681 3,011 111 1 00,073 3,6014 14 287,994 3,4 7,95 08, 01 4 3,26 20,714 4133 s 14,
Platform employees14,6 13,3 2 2,52,096 9 1,5 2,26 14347 148 77 2,136,5 3,0 5 9 3075, 3.32
Others (including lol dem o ,579 509 5 0 2,253 359 772,376 2,151 1 438,116 2,057 1,009 2,1287 20 3 952,259 2,4 1 1,,061
Bales, tariff, and advertising: Z0 ,5 4 7,6 .9 2 :23 0626 406 1 5 3 ,9 31704 1,5
supervisory .............. ............... 91 46:35 24 785 3,2 915 3,23 26 16,23 406 1 030 1,94 2 oo4 1,
Boiotoe...................D1450 3:,40 3:67 63 216,135 311 143 116 ~ 3,141 184 611950 3,3142 52 18,3 3,9 10
Othierst(inoluding clericalemployees);;* D to 30 79:112 2,38 1 2,560 2,560 2 5,441 2,721 15 2972 1,98 5 le, 147, 3.295 7
Insurance and safety:
Supervisory ..............................D 78 303933 3,8997 16 ;640 3,525 723.992 3,1428 614 3014 4 13 910,3 6 3 2 96 285 4
others (including clerical employees) ... D 152 368,29 2,143 17 ~8 275 2,251 1 1.753 2,292 64 134,6L9 2,104 0 2,736 32 :0
Administrative and general: 34057,3
Offices, owners and partners ............ :,7~l 8,0D1~ 0~685 18 34,5 ,0 107 9561144 s8,36 414 14696 11,06 98 ge9,8 9,172
Others..............................o l~i~O 6 2~7 10 633,& 2 12 355,4 1,67 425 ,, 210 6 418,175 251 32 97,9276
Olerloal ................................. I U16 3 27 06 1020262
hr ..................D 177 V5:71414 2,744 419 108,055 2,205 33 75,29 2:282 143 1114,389 3,358 27 09,790 3,2256, 8 27M
'8o ~ 14:4 1,4306;8 3 444 3,1914 1,14114 4 9497 ,62 56 2,0 ,664 14,0147 961 3,940,065 14,100
Total Dily Basis ..................... ..1,8 12: 1 ,,1 7 36 2, 303 14214 1 344$ ,o2 3,330498 43,1462051 34
Total -Hourly Basis .......................2o,1456 63,30:1 3,095 1 3,293 10,507,633 3,191 1,832 5,5 2,996 :3, 7,1415 20,132,579 2,715 3,04 10,15 ,114 330 1,6 69089 310
MOTE: The symbol fi0' designates those employees reported 0n a daily basis; all other Glasses are reported on an hourly basis, lJThis Item does not Include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform opurojhased transportation"saervice.





20 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 14.--OPERATING STATISTICS COM40N CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948
Eastern district Western district
Ali -n-,- Southern ... .........
Item districts a Central region Wetel Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern .o Pat
Eastern England Atlantic region Wester region region region
districts region region __ region
Number of carriers represented ..........................595 353 94 145 114 57 175 30 25 45 22
Average number of trucks and truck tractors in
intercity revenue service:
Owned equipment:
In operation .................................. 16,587 10,172 2,297 4,OZ4 3,781 1,151 4,664 957 560 1,652
96 8 1 2 22107 38 74 39
Undergoing repairs .............................62 5 119 70 207 'i ,8 6
Stand-by ...................................... 759 52 87 173 52 203 15 74 22

Total owned equipment ...................... 18,208 11,261 2,503 4,583 4,175 1,873 5,074 910 601 1,801 662
Leased equipment--In operation ....................... 6.. ..12 291 11 79 201 4 337 9 241 6
Purchased transportation-In operation ....512 360 149 207 104 48 104 29 19 14 22
Total number vehicles Interoity service .. 19,402 11,912 2,563 4,869 4,480 1,975 5,515 947 620 2,056 690
Number of revenue trucks and truck tractors owned
at close of year:
Intercity service ................................ .18,830 11,583 2,505 4,646 4,432 1,963 5,284 94 619 1,96 691
Local service .................................... 12,460 6,208 927 2,627 2,654 1,442 4,810 66 513 1,630 688
Total number of trucks and truck tractors
owned .................................... 31,290 17,791 3,432 7,273 7,086 3,405 10,09 1,607 1,132 3,526 1,379
Vehiole-miles operated in intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks .................................... 74,41,29 35,069,o8 14,641,6 17,221,307 3,26,2 1,523,492 37,99,399 1,597,473 772,561 1,961,833 48,,o,996 25#
Tractors .................................. 71,719 391,523,952 57,35275 972,971 298,50 107,5 9,510 262,675,728 2,832,353 28,59,120 IO7,658,958 45,7,520 3,
Total miles operated Owned vehicles ...... 836,240,479 426,593,360 71,994,091 167,o94,278 187,5o4,991 109,122,992 300,524,127 44,419,826 29,231,61 109,520,791 53,618,506 63,
Leased vehicles:
Trucks ....................... 1,379,882 1,145,064 13,808 J33,629 797,627 8,500 226,318
Tractors ......................................38,087,324 10,608,709 227,071 1, 50,523 8,731,115 3,175,809 4302,06 448,753 3,345 16,262,409 1,125,253 6,
Total miles operated Leased vehicles ..... 39,467,206 11,753,773 240,879 1,984,152 9,528,742 3,14,309 24,529,124 448,753 3,345 16,262,4o9 1,125,253 6,
Purchased transportation vehicles:
Trucks ........................................ .1O99,547 707,957 191,452 390,657 125,848 119,583 272,007 67,220 34,868 20,800 19,620
Tractors ...................................... 24,92,164 14,596,622 751,403 9,555,982 4,289,237 3,244,559 7,050,983 1,257,91 1,317,505 1,550,981 2,179,620
Total miles operated Purchased
transportation vehicles ................. 25,991,711 15,304,579 942,855 9,946,639 4,415,085 3,364,142 7,322,990 1,325,201 1,352,373 1,571,781 2,199,240
Driveway ........................................ 15,600 15,600 15,600
Total miles operated All vehicles ........ 901,714,996 453,667,312 73,177,825 179,040,669 201,448,818 115,671,443 332,376,241 46,193,780 30,587,399 127,354,981 56,972,999 71, Tons of revenue freight carried in interoity ..... ...
service 1/ ......................................... 37,60,387 23,404,826 3,850,803 9,343,795 10,210,229 3,437,936 10,837,625 2,236,111 1,190,986 3,262,854 1,041,527 3
Freight revenue Intercity service .................... .490,712,717 $269,754,243 $44,374,465 $113,410,4o01 111,969,377 $52,51,4982 *168,442,992 $25,87i,442 814,899,474 $53,985,906 $27,217,680
Total expenses (including depreciation, operating
taxes, and rents).?/ ................................ 462,962,374 257,011,365 43,977,303 109,908,027 103,126,035 48,577,624 157,373,385 24,945,577 14,192,015 49,975,180 25,201,275 43
AVEUEAOE
Freight revenue per intercity vehicle-mile ............. .0.544 $0.595 $0.606 $0.633 *0.556 $0.454 $0.507 $0.560 00.487 $O.424 $0.478
Expenses per intercity vehicle-mile 2/ ................. $0.513 $0.567 $0.601 $o.614 $0.512 $O.420 $0.473 $0.538 $0.464 $0.392 $0.442
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum ............. 45,927 37,82 28,763 36,460 44,911 58,261 59,228 48,13 48,638 60,811 81,O4O

I/ nludes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers. g/ asic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local s
these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expense
intercity vehiole-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly w
the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948










COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION









TABLES 15 TO 26, INCLUSIVE














These tables are restricted to carriers operating with owned and leased equipment or with purchased transportation. They include carriers which reported "Equipment rents Debit" amounting to 10 percent or more or "Purchased transportation"
expense amounting to 5 percent or more of total "Operation and maintenance expenses".
A few of the carriers reported no owned equipment.











Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $1,000,000 appear in Table 30.

21







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1908 2

TABLE 15.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 19.48

Eastern district Western district
Itemll t C entral Southern Tot.
districts Ealtern Engn A iddle Central region Wet Northwestern Hid-Western Southwester Mountain0
iii~iii.Itmdstricts Eastern England Atlantic rdstr
district region region ............ district .. eon

iuber of carriers represented ...........................494 323 45 123 155 57 14 23 40 17 5 29
ASSETS
Curent assets Total. .................................. $72,960,222 $$3285,391 3,627,019 $11,979,432 $27.679.940 $7,534,767 $22,14o.064 $2,905,663 $5,815,711 15,961,290 81.,27,618 $5,629,792
gible property:
3,602 48,740 2470 13,288,72 8,05,707 2,795,844 d o.4 ,
Scarier operating property .........1 3411, 76 .,O56 27,329,5 '44, 68,1432 21.241~~5 2401,~,3 ,0,*5,7 881
Reserve for depreciation and amortization 1. 31 69.93 5 7.9 10,50,147 15 317 2457 706 3 1 .13 13 5,220 3 20.9 82355 1,005 -791 2
her9i,141 tangible proper39 15- 2,1 5,62.21,21......... 2, 1 69,50Z 23351,0,6 421, 1 4602:14 109 133,742 i:111 5,500 1,00 5750
eer v t e dprert ................................ 9 ,72 9 5 22,737 53,779 136,579 99,261 473,3514 133,401 13,752 32 ,229
Total tangible property less reserve ........... 102,78419,3354 52,537,685 6,33,334 17,052,739 29,051,612 1 54,330,071 35,916,578 6,631,047 8,17,82 5,039,463 1,796,172 11,262,Q14
Intangible property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other ............6,608,102 2,923,626 349,797 1,005,620 1,56s,209 895,577 2,788,899 4156,236 525,716 65,338 100,893 1,010,716
Reserve for amortization ............................1,1158,030 495,9417 57,906 172,0741 265,967 118,383 8413,700 127,193 2039341 239,315 149,911 223,328
Total intangible property less reserve ............,5,7 2,1127,679 291,891 833,546 1,302,242 77,94 ,1519390331721.6035,5 8,8
Investment securities & advances Total ...................,697,765 3,614-0,923 190,511 1,144,934 2,305,478 1,125,108 3,931,734 209,925 1,150,045 1,219,674 211,ll709 1, 140, 381
Deferred debits Total ...................................9,84.8,606 4,927,868 719,317 1,591,306 2,b17,245 1,1108,931 3,511,807 622,538 863,922 657,017 195,670 1.172,66o
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ..............162,4121 98,454 115 58,623 39,716 1,574 62,393 32,553 10,663 2,3417 16,8930Total assets9.........................................19,603,420 1o6,918,0o0 11,262,187 32,659,580 62,996,233 25,177,645 67,507,775 10,730,779 16,350,005 13,335,14 4,098,952 22,992,225
LIABILITIES
Cent liabilities Total ..............................68,199,912 40,452,466 4,234,492 11,886,770 24,331,204 7,938,769 19,808,677 3,231,583 5,689,865 3,014,466 1,703,934 6,168,829
ances payable Total ................................ 5,685,280 3,079,776 452,019 1,108,477 1,519,280 1,166,299 1,439,205 188,818 499,723 386,000 216,895 147,769
Equipment and other long-term obligations:
Equipment obligations.................................32,338,270 13,697,802 1,792,398 4,598,327 7,357,077 5,305,118 13,335,350 1,924,602 2,895,49 1,191,22 187,791 6,536,216
Bonds and other long-term obligations................ .,352,243 3,935,930 296,675 909,317 2,729,908 817,04I 3,599,272 1,309,835 627,0.0 463,581 30,039 1,168,777

Total equipment and other long-term obligations .. 40,690,513 17,633,732 2,089,073 5,457,674 10,086,985 6,122,159 16,934,622 3,234,437 3,522,539 1,954,23 517,830 7,704,993
Deferred credits Total ................................ 1,447,065 469,209 33,559 44,903 390,747 222,795 755,061 271,490 310,393 46,921 6,734 119,523
Reserves for insurance, Injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total .................................... 3,575,797 1,908,894 142,536 548,017 1,218,341 346,23 1,320,650 224,099 217,357 176,219 290,494 2,491
ital stock and noncorporate capital:
Capital stock Total ................................ 26,936,873 12,12g,419 1,369,15 3,3.43,896 7,412,368 3,295,813 11,515,641 1,8;Z,0.07 2,145,982 3,283,57 120,765 3,766,34o
Sole proprietorship capital .......................... 2.. ,189,13 1,2146,621 81,6Z 1,04,139 1214,80 22499 71,09l 5 14i 29,25 7,587 46,037
Partnership capital .................................. 2,296 35,24 119,627 iIb1,135 451,92 13,736 2,76 216,908 196,751
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital ...... 31,422,755 15,107,214 1,570,456 5,548,170 7,988,658 3,656,047 12,659,424 2,120,056 2,941,987 3,291,134 120,765 4,185,482
Unppropriated surplus: 0
Unearned surplus .................................... 3,123,240 1,537,660 138,329 512,962 886,369 135,537 1,450,043 227,793 180,752 3Z7,883 35,272 608,343
Earned surplus .................................... 1,458,868 26,728,979 2,6Ol,723 7,552,607 16,574,649 5,589,796 13,1.0,093 1,232,513 2,987,389 4,06,368 1,217,028 3,631795
Total unappropriated surplus .......................1,582,109 28,266,639 2,740,052 8,065,569 17,461,018 5,725,333 14,590,136 1460,306 3,169,141 4,466,251 1,252,300 4,243,138
Toal liabilities ....................................... 199,603,420 106,918,000 11,262,187 32,659,580 62,996,233 25,177,645 67,507,775 10,730,779 16,350,005 13,335,814 4,098,952 22,992,225





24 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 16.-INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEKBER 31, 194s

Eastern district Western district
Al otlNw -idleSouthern Total .......
Item ToslrNew Mis Slr n Totar Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Muntan i fe
distrots Eastern England Atlantic regionWesten region region region re
district region region region district region n.oun.in.Pa .

Number of carriers represented ......................... 494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5
Land and land rights ................................... $.5,217,342 $3,059,68 $216,020 S919,178 $2,024,670 $450,361 $1,707,113 $230,679 $322,770 $260,491 $31,755 61,..$
Structures .......................................... ...15,206,021 9,125,946 1,080,417 3,029,46s 5,017,061 1,686,626 4,393,455 1,041,209 1,168,057 692,519 132,541 1,359
Reserve for depreciation ................................ .2,018,$46 1,031,005 138,958 290,396 601,651 262,697 725,1N- 106,273 242,152 115,370 10,798 250 1
Investment, less reserve ............................ 13,187,181 8,094,941 941,459 2,738,072 4,415,410 1,423,929 3,668,311 934,936 925,905 577,149 121,743 1,1059
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
eBalance at beginning of year ................. 98,923,29 50,491,o46 8,380, 31 11,258,969 24,851,746 11,922,273 36,510,510 7,120 ,734 7,96,4o6 4,949,888 2,003,689 i4,459 ,
Additions and betterments ..................... 37,.5,115 18,04,798 1917640 6,372,797 879 13,27,378 l,24,735 3:,0j 1,4,39,345 1,021,01 5,727
Retirements 2 6........................11,569,92 6,296,863 763:175 2,779,809 2,75, 1,6 3,619,181 ?551,81 5 18426,955 15,881 1,382,
Balance at close of year..........................124,809,318 62,235,981 9,534, 7Z 20,851,957 31,8 9,228 16,404,630 46,168,707 8 ,593,991 10,498,313 6,062,278 2,209,109 18,801,
Reserve for depreciation ......................... 54,602,815 27,415,508 ,880s,8 1 9,232,932 13,301,735 6,311:934 20:875,373 4,379,765 4,528,323 2,541,690 860,746 ,564,
Investment, less reserve ...................... 70,206,503 34,820,473 4,653,955 11,619,025 18,547,493 10,092,696 25,293,334 4,214,226 5,969,990 3,520,588 1,348,363 10,240o,
Service cars and equipment ............................. 3,561,710 1,772,954 256,324 576,900 939,730 511,917 1,276,839 294,3'0 214,305 202,201 85,919 490 1
Reserve for depreefation ............................... 1,028,192 542,391 97,567 189,701 255:123 136, 00 3 9,901 5999 54,052 6s,996 2,915 139,
Investment, less reserve ............................ 2,533,018 1,230,563 158,757 387,199 684,607 375,517 926,938 225,361 160,247 133,205 57,674 350,4
Shop and garage equipment .............................. 2,262,521 993,832 165,803 321,466 506,566 220,705 1,047,981 193,377 215,567 208,103 31,977 398,
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 1,60,852 505,186 93,215 171,999 249,972 97,685 557,981 103,019 9 07 106,809 19,830 23,9
Investment, less reserve ............................ 1,01,669 488,649 82,588 149,467 256,594 123,020 490,000 90,358 131,160 i01,294 12,147 155,0
Furniture and office equipment ......................... 5,926,986 3,191,201 263,612 976,475 1,951,114 A46,545 1,889,240 391,932 472,333 330,273 104,345 59013
Reserve for depreciation............................... 2,30,806 1,250,048 113,164 37,048 7 9,836 300,118 880,640 173,008 187,541 128,908 38,600 352,1
Investment, less reserve ............................ 3,496,180 1,941,153 150,448 589,427 1,201,278 546,427 1,008,600 218,924 284,792 201,365 65,745 237,'
Miscellaneous equipment ................................ 2,059,188 89,6o 55,638 292,863 54s,107 312,917 849,663 226,090 144,167 86:9 37,124 355,8
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 700,659 33,494 23,994 90,803 221,697 68,555 295,610 91,603 43,844 2125 14,580 134,1
Investment, less reserve ............................ 1,358,529 560,114 31,644 202,060 326,410 244,362 554,053 144,487 100,323 64,964 22,544 221,7
Improvements to leasehold property ..................... 3,160,206 1,556,008 167,662 362,934 1,025,412 292,219 1,311,979 391,495 250,57 20 ,413 A172 319 2
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 970,739 534,345 67,052 131,255 336,039 57,866 378,528 76,13, 76,9, 10, 6i ,2
Investment, less reserve ............................ 2,189,467 1,021,663 100,610 231,679 689,374 234,353 933,451 258,981 174,439 168,717 136,626 194,6
Undistributed property ................................. 189 189 189
Reserve for depreciation ................................Investment, less reserve ................................ 189 189 189
Unfinished construction ................................ 1,39,787 626,339 20,784 99,011 506,544 523,235 249,213 5,387 2,478 5,o40 15,802 220,5
Total investment in carrier operating property ......... 163,602,274 83,458,740 11,761,056 27, 2Z,252 44,368,432 21,249,155 58,894,379 11,358,470 13,288,752 8,050,707 2,795,8 23,400,6
Reserve for depreciation ...... ................. 62,913,409 31,614,977 5,404,191 10,494,134 15,716,052 7,235,255 24,063,177 5,035,131 5,216,459 3,017,894 9 43,45 9,810,2
Reserve for amortization ............................ 82,062 32,216 9,698 7,313 15,205 6,392 43,454 4,409 9,461 21,727 7,3
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserves for depreciation and amortization., 100,606,803 51,811,547 6,346,567 16,827,805 28,637,175 14,007,508 34,787,748 6,323,339 8,067,892 5,023,352 1,790,672 13,582,4

The difference between the amounts shoin for retirements of equipment in this table and those
shown in table 24 result from accounting adjustments.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECE BER 31, 1948 2

TABLE 17.--INCOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

AlITtl Eastern district otenWestern district
I em Cnr Southern Tt ....
All me central region Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rocky ..
districts Eastern England Atlantic region Western Mountain
district region re ion rgo district region region region r
Number of carriers represented ...................... 494 323 45 123 155 57 l14 23 40 17 5
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenues
Operating revenues .................................. $662,987,233 *398,480,847 $32,461,444 $116,293,185 $249,736,218 $73,819,700 $190,686,686 $35,945,025 #56,578,314 *30,484,368 *11,576,858 *56,102,121
Expenses
operation and maintenance expenses ................ 555,45,99 335,684,144 28,161,4 98,955,795 208,566,365 61,658,266 158,502,688 30,309,962 47,696,385 24,87,64 8,t2,307 46,96 40
Depreciation expense ............................... 19,222,615 9,775,690 1,556,683 3,261,2O ,957,761 2,744,773 6,742,152 1,348,96 1,664,51I 929,119 ,5557 2, 29
Depreciation adjustment ..............................d 827.730 d 3O,182 d -_ ,866 d 195.O0 d 200,51 d 98.125 d 326.423 d 54.i49 d 3.237 d. .2 7
Amortization chargeable to operations ............... b3,4bb 10,P2 -5,097" 5,ot 2,1 73,O 21,12 1 53 526,013 7215
Operating taxes and licenses ....................... 23,28O,859 10,201,312 1,277,:351 3,20715 5,716,808 3,2S52846 151 2,41 ,622 I,4o6,577 56O 3,306
Operating rent-Net ............................... 22,653,068 17,120,046 60,55 2,993,o1t 13,523,777 1,186,486 ,36536 602 1,396,735 ,17,9 7 313,146 56906
Total expenses ................................. 620,237,376 372,396,282 31,557,216 1O8,267,087 232,571,979 68,739,156 179,101,938 33,924,252 53,153,147 28,271,953 10,077,011 53,675,575
Net operating revenue .......................... 42,749,857 26,08o4,565 904,228 8,016,O98 17,164,239 5,080,544 11,564,748 2,020,773 3,425,167 2,212,415 1,499,87 2,426,546
Lease of distinct operating unit-Debit ............. 478,122 108,697 4,275 29,763 74,659 52,592 316,833 17,100 238,173 36,760 16,8oo ,0e
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ............ 94,080 32,o64 17,735 7,863 6,466 1,515 60,401 29,742 4,659 19,300 6,000 700
Net carrier operating income ................... 42,365,815 26,007,932 917,68a 7,994,198 17,O96,O46 5,029,567 11,328,316 2,033,415 3,191,653 2,194,955 1,489,047 2,4Ig,246
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
Income from nonoarrier operations--Net .............. 539,306 79,860 15,544 56,015 6,301 25,945 2o4501 76,186 31,398 96,207
Interest income 184,318 85,202 3,917 24,iI 57,174 14,826 8,290 6,557 16,9M 373,361 2,821
Dividend income ..................................... 142,715 1,529 288 618 623 19 i1,67 13,225 6,922
Other nonoperating income ........................... 397,519 298,011 7,973 80,118 209,920 40,380 59,128 2,21 46,174 2,737 2,774 5,225
Total other ordinary income .................... 1,263,858 464,602 27,722 160,862 276,O18 310,170 489,O86 84,961 94,507 175,O40 3,403 131,175
Gross ordinary income .......................... 43,629,673 26,472,534 945,418 8,155,O60 17,372,o64 5,339,737 11,817,402 2,118,376 3,286,160 2,369,995 1,492,450 2,550,421
DEDUCTIONS FROM ORDINARY INCOME
Interest ............................................ 2,334,800 1,088,717 14o,700 353,309 594,709 334,841 911,242 195,126 229,090 80,115 53,669 353,242
Amortization of debt discount and expense ........... 14,410 11,588 2,577 9,011 2,100 722 557 105 6o
Amortization of premium on debt--CredLt .............
Other deductions ................................... 1,198,203 619,247 60,143 195,685 363,419 186,377 392,579 55,212 194,567 30,944 43,054 68,802
Total deductions from ordinary income .......... 3,547,413 1,719,552 200,843 551,570 967,139 523,318 1,304,543 250,895 423,657 111,164 96,723 422,104
Net ordinary income ............................ 40,082,260 24,752,982 744,567 7,603,490 16,2O4,925 4,816,419 10,512,859 1,867,481 2,862,503 2,258,831 1,395,727 2,128,317
EXTRAORDINARY INCOME
Extraordinary income credits ....................... 1,202,OO4 355,797 42,396 125,573 187,829 57449 266,718 36,441 79,692 4013 19,33 1,10
Extraordinary income charges ....................... 329,619 1O ,387 7,673 35,6 13 58,101 1479 73,753 6,239 16,928 136 1,3Z6,6
Delayed income credits ............................. 56,987 214701 24,308 101,341 89,052 34,856 314430 2,427 11,688 30,915 18,7 63
Delayed income charges ............................. 414,721 225,470 23,241 135,792 66,437 96,080 93171 10,622 8,335 33,54:1 o,673
Total extraordinary income ..................... 1,O21,651 243,641 35,790 55,509 152,342 363,786 414,224 22,007 66,117 28,947 36,770 260,383
Net income before income taxes ................. 41,103,911 24,996,623 780,357 7,658,999 16,557,267 5,180,205 10,927,083 1,889,488 2,928,620 2,287,778 1,432,497 2,398,700
Income taxes I/ ..................................... 14,694,500 8,812,655 352,050 2,488,905 5,971,700 1,913,156 3,968,689 655,564 931,327 890,839 557,268 933,691
Net income ..................................... 26,409,411 16,183,968 428,307 5,170,o94 10,585,567 3,267,049 6,958,394 1,233,924 1,997,293 1,396,939 875,229 1,455,009
Operating ration/ ......... ......... (percent) 93.55 93.45 97.21 93.11 93.13 93.12 93.92 94.38 93.95 92.74 87.04 95.67
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................... $3,241 ,350 #1,685,185 672,460 *374,936 $1,237,789 *160,956 $1,395,209 $227,568 $143,344 0417,286 $161,492 V445,519
Withdrawals ......................................... 1,294,700 989,391 124,446 664,300 200,645 36,600 268,709 111,335 123,955 5,509 27,910
Total dividends and withdrawals ................ 4,536,050 2,674,576 196,906 1,039,236 1,438,434 197,556 1,663,918 338,903 267,299 422,795 161,492 473,429

d Deficit or other reverse item.
Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.




26 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194..

TABLE IS.--OPERATING REVENUES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 19.

Eastern district
Item Al l total N ew i ddl-e' Sou th ern Western distri t
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pad
district region region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented ........................... 494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5
Freight revenue--IntercityCommon carrier ............... $655,224,693 $395,43,402 $32,090,216 $115,133,674 4248,259,512 $72,836,852 $186,904,439 $35,621,496 $56,040,598 $29,729,849 $11,461,481 054,05.
Freight revenue--Interoity--Contract carrier ............. 1/ 1,200,736 / 160,160 1/ 40,321 56,082 63,757 2,275 1,038,301 121,173 110,562 80
Freight revenue--Local cartage ........................... 3,441,517 1,397,105 303,039 512,070 581,996 131,595 1,912,s17 119,981 141,096 668,828 100,055 882,$
Intercity Transportation for other Class I motor carriers. 1,019,592 534,574 6,832 179,909 347,833 169,577 315,1441 27,267 202,44 17,087 3,24 6
Other operating revenue .................................. 2,100,695 905,606 21,036 401,450 43,120 679,401 515,68 55,108 83,610 68,604 12,076 296,?
Total operating revenues ............................ 662,987,233 398,480,947 32,461,444 116,283,195 2-49,736,218 73,819,700 190,686,686 35,945,025 56,57,314 30,484,368 11,576,858 56,1021

I/ Includes U. S. mail $6,541.






TABLE 19.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES, AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All TNow M dde- Southern Total
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Wesotern Southwestern Mountain Paciflo
district region region region district region region region region
Number of carriers represented .......................... 494 323 d r5 123 155 57 114 23 r40 17 5
Operating taxes and licenses: 3435127
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes....................... $9,214,930 $4!328,O42 $659,51 $1,534,39 $2,135,113 $1,517,769 $3,369,019 $647,333 $911,331 *564,056 $185,325 $1,060,9
Line haul equipment.................................7,982,859 3 42,981 564 1,271,8q 1,806,593 1,3 602 2,996,376 592,392 828, 49 6
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 1,2 1,971 685,161 91,087 262,5994 8,520 1 372,43 64,9 ,638 22,1
: 69 32 ,16 7 17 4 1 2 63 3 146 7 22 10 8 138,2
Vehicle license and registration fees............... ,669,27k 2,553,172 203,190 721,47 1,628,135 1,016,386 ,099,719 612,082 915,33 369,979 294,308 1,908,0
Line haul equipment.............................. 6,8,124 2,137,969 172,047 586,7 1,379,173 99O, 58 3,806,397 566,860 861,220 320,135 283,985 1,77,
Pickup and delivery equipment ................... .. 7 8 ,153 15,203 31,113 135,098 21 ,962 7 28 293,22 15,222 596,111 9,81 10,323 13,
Real estate and personal property taxes ............... 889,15 76,97 89,75. 93,001 294,232 I0,752 307,36 9,670 71,259 62,928 15,467 105,
Social security taxes ................................ 4,637,164 2,519,v01 274,263 733,14 1,5211,794 520,59 1,597,065 231,25 140,891 372,959 82,895 501,
Other taxes ............................................70,413 323,10 51,613 124,163 i17,534 126,079 320,724 17,812 102,807 36,655 8,016 255,
Total operating taxes and licenses .............. 23,280,59 10,201,312 1,277,351 3,207,153 5,716,808 3,285,54 9,793,963 1,558,151 2,412,622 1,406,577 586,O11 3,830,
Provision for income taxes: I/
Federal income taxes:
Normal tax ........................................ 9,375,281 5,727,636 202,153 1,572,323 3,953,160 1,222,568 2,425,077 336,503 605,404 550,231 347,908 585,
Surtax ......................................... 4:,55,849 2,938,434 112,524 826,281 1,999,:629 582,089 1,335,326 2R7,277 297,00 291,748 199,858 299,
Excess profits tax ................................ 15,659 5,788 3,115 2,673 9,871 8,984
Total Federal income taxes ......................... 14,246,79 ,671,85 314,677 2,401,719 5,955,462 1,804,657 3,770,274 583,780 902,494 850,963 547,796 885,
Otaee income taxes ................................... 44,172 139,996 37,373 86,49 16,174 lO8,499 195,680 71,784 26,589 39,876 9,472 47,
Other income taxes...........................................801 737 64 2,735 2,25
Total provision for income taxes ............... 14,694,500 8,812,655 352,050 2,488,905 5,971,700 1,913,156 3,968,689 655,564 931,327 890,839 557,268 933,
Total taxes ..................................... 37,975,359 19,013,967 1,629,401 5,696,058 11,688,508 5,196,740 13,762,652 2,213,715 3,343,949 2,297,416 1,143,279 4,764,

I/Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19482

TABLE 20..-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANhPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Southern ,ditrit
ItemAll Totl New Middle Central Souien Toa Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern oo7 Paifi a.
districts Eastern England Atlantic region Western region region region Muon
district region region district region

umber of carriers represented ......................... 494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5 29
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
................. 1,682 007 $760,976 $104,798 $235,782 $420,396 $181,569 $739,462 $191,594 $143,164 #155,188 $47,449 212,067
Ofpe dion ........................................ 179,637 92,748 7,86 L1,178 43,684 23,323 63,566 10,593 1 ,914 17,208 9,14 10,705
fice and other expenses .................................1763 ,,565
airs and servicing--Revenue equipment .............. 39,796,204 19,456,Oi6 2,507,481 6,059,93 10,699,600 3,592,733 15,757,455 3,090,278 3,46 ,164 2,180,1 1,193, 2,295
33,7 1 6, 0 193 3, 6 4,952,66 6 1,83:, 46, 1,071,58 5,13 O
Lne haul equipment .......................... 2,791,622 2,9,226 122,163 65, 5
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 6, 557 68 8,333, 9 3 39 520 ,107 ,269 53, 50 6 2, 0o 68 2 ,1,9 1,514,3 5 8 42 6
res and tubes--Revenue equipment ..................... 16,557,O95 3,343,93 9 051 2,809,386 1530,5 2170 5 618,972 1131,622 ,3 395670 1,722,907
Line haul equipment ................................. 15,006,129 7,366,910 893,50 2, 422,526 4,51,334 2,41,697 5,22,22 339 ,676 ,52 ,138
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 1,550,956 967,033 101,001 386,8650 4 55, Z 1 ,41 80,599 22,994 10,79
her maintenance expenses ............................. 2,775,775 1,196,29 166,434 371,611 65,7,4 293,03 1,25,903 275,017 332,236 201,176 39,279 18,195
Joint garage expenses--Debit ........................ ... .95,869 24,212 259 2,809 21,144 2,312 69,345 134 69,21
Joint garage expenses--Credit .......................... 56,460 23,580 7,800 15,780 32,880 32,880
Total ............................................. 61,030,117 29,841,144 3,780,909 9,512,901 16,547,334 7,687,150 23,501,823 4,689,404 5,469,513 3,409,115 1,685,291 8,24 8,500
TRANSPORTATION
Supervision5.......................................... 5,700,513 3,938,485 390,229 1,175,601 2,372,655 328,917 1,433,111 331,541 380,982 243,196 72,598 404,794
Office rnd other expenses ............................... 443,029 229,792 21,630 71,901 136,261 34,329 178,908 35,592 40,618 38,640 8,009 56,49
Drivers and helpers .................................... 1OO,868,384 59,280,461 7,430,243 17,680,183 34,170,035 9,716,135 31,871,788 6,091,533 8,461,463 5,470,965 1,622,083 10,225,744
Line haul equipment ................................. 48,298,088 25,910,244 3,338,258 7,810,595 14,761,3 1 5,082,333 17,305,511 3,246,387 4,234,794 2,923,292 1,095,473 5,805,565
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 52,570,296 33,370,217 4,091,985 9,869,588 19,408,644 4,633,802 14,566,27 2,8:45,146 4,226,669 2,547,673 526,610 ,20,179
Fuel for revenue equipment ............................. 23,789,729 11,958,993 1,700,188 3,820,454 6,438,351 3,242,960 8,587,776 1,939,515 2,708,728 1,175, 49 512,850 2,251, 185
Line haul equipment ................................. 20,260,256 9,846,615 1,465,363 3,149,997 5,231,255 2,852,74o 7,560,901 1,741,361 2,413,714 1,037,240 Z57,107 1,911,479
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 3,529,473 2,112,378 234,825 670,457 1,207,096 390,220 1,026,875 198,14 295,014 138,258 5,743 339,706
Oil for revenue equipment .............................. 1,637,221 709 026 104,387 240,953 363,696 185,622 742,573 109,963 162,815 80, 97 8 097 3 0801
Line haul equipment ................................. 1.....,3,64 56, 8 5,4 19,851 23,686 155,229 662 9,19 14O,862 68,567 43,92 315,201
Pickup and delivery equipment ....................... 250,573 140 88 18,89 46,102 75,417 30,393 79,66 15,544 21,953 12,330 :4 25,600
Purchased transportation ................................ 175,637,450 122,442 872 4,6668 36,852,238 80,929, 966 19,205,530 33,989,0 5,822,209 12,702,627 3,798,357 I,435,938 8,229,91k
Purchased transportaton--Intercity.....................150,40,24 05,074,862 3,63,207 32,O98,338 69,5[13,317 17,356,211 27,976,951 3,957,032 10,622,366 ,57,50 1,27 9
Purchased pickup and delivery ....................... 42,229,426 17,368,010 1,197,461 4,753,900 11,416,649 1,839,319 6,012,097 1,865,177 2,80,26 1,221 7 30,891
ther transportation expenses .......................... 6,993,547 4,245,410 776,150 1,759,635 1,709,625 777,491 1,970,646 274,150 599,665 154,517 91,209 851,105
Total ................................... ; ......... 315,069,873 202,805,039 15,083,495 61,600,965 126,120,579 33,490,984 78,773,850 14,604,503 25,056,898 12,962,070 3,790,784 22,359,595
TERMINAL
Supervision ............................................ 25,316,849 13,562,050 993,876 3,426,259 9,141,915 3,013,021 8, 741,778 1,415,970 2,594,970 1,402,134 511,443 2,8 1,261
Supervisory salaries ................................ 10,016,735 5,725,578 469,850 1,581,4 3,674,280 1,329,908 2,961,249 547,582 796,026 542:435 198,342 876,864
Salaries and fees--Billing and collecting .....10,825,0 5,368,252 409,391 1,476,211 3,482,650 1,317,467 4,139,329 661,217 1,276,245 586,720 193,004 1,422, 14
Other office employees .............................. 4,475,066 2,468,220 114,635 368,600 1,Z84,985 365,646 1,61,200 207,171 522,699 272,979 120,097 519,2
office and other expenses ................................ 1,956,35 79,058 46,72 ,12,55 367,436 ,189,396 205,955 367,422 230,450 42,701 342,68
Salaries and wages--Platform employees ................. 4i,074,590 22,160,432 1,851,517 5,195,546 15,113,46Z 4, 5,373 I4, 4r,775 2,903,539 4,272,845 1,681,634 854,352 4,746,405
other terminal employees ............................... i, 82,20 921,314 96,935 283, 95 5,5,46 215,945 ,5021 91,730 111,901 56,142 4,1 31,078
Commission agents...................................... ..2,6, 59 a45,393 7,973 112,5 724 9,949 1,251,527 219,286 27791 492,899 I05,9 5 155,486
he e lexpenses................................. .4,131,799 2,193,954 249,723 657,162 1,287,069 3,743 1,499,102 326,16 41,004 136,761 85,231 539,290
Jont terminal facilities--Debit ....................... 775,111 220,032 2,17 136,656 81,201 13,028 542,051 434 351,746 94,207 9,66
oint terminal facilities--Credit ...................... 129,532 25,348 914 8,984 15,450 27,763 76,421 360 40,647 6,417 19,494 12,503
Total ............................................. 78,881,163 41,834,202 3,280,343 10,267,851 28,286,OO8 8,795,732 28,251,229 5,163,370 8,347,152 4,087,810 1,683,012 8,969,885
TRAFFIC
upervision ............................................ 9,74,7 5,728,594 474,ooo 1,431,443 3,Z23,151 1,108,303 3,037, 815 26,525 92,690 2,390 46,2 72,240
Office and other expenses ................................ 3,793,55 2,123,069 15,547 72,1 7 1,9 35 3767 1,292,520 263,9 1 690 41,390 46,266 263,2
Tariffs and schedules ................................... 1,079, 669,570 5 42 293 63,696 103,9q 41,7 5:204 69,923
Advertising ............................................ 1,622,177 952,677 745 270,123 595,79 170,314 499,186 119,7o2 162,228 5,37 4,16 12J,313
Other traffic expenses ................................. 1,578,957 1,039,195 132,769 339, 566,982 76,097 463,665 114,668 194,228 36,398 12,246 10 ,125
Total .............................................. 17,948,842 10,513,105 893,207 2,623,503 6,996,395 1,849,123 5,586,614 1,200,580 1,895,350 919,452 256,746 1,314,486




28 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194g

TABLE 20.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All Southern _____districts Total New Middle Central Rocky
region Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern
dstrct egon tlo regiondistrict region region region reion region
d~~~~---Astrit region region ____________INSURANCE AND SAFETY
Supervision ............................................ .1,84,186 $91,474 $63,1 $166,257 $690,079 $324,320 $67,392 $15o6 $139, 6 $24,341
Office and other expenses .............................. 502,781 304,14 ,5 198 2ZU ,65 132,31 6160392 1,o6 19,834 $117,6 8 9 ,13417
l0,2S8,S73~ 2 35,9 4671 2313 116,33 1 ,2 2,41 096 4,
Public liability and property damage .............. 1 279,01 2 697o 5 66,624,55 132, 96 61
Workmen's compensation ................................. ...... ..........2 2937 95,9 41. 19,70 Z9,9
Cargo lose and damage ......................................15,113,290 8,731,202i 613,463 2, ,2 ,668,219 1,926,238 4,5,5 29,085 1, 203 15,603 247,318 ,7
Fire, theft and collision1.............................. 2,761,490 1,504,514i 280,48 '544,53 679,173 360,959 293,O7 168,869 100,615 22165
Other Insurance expense.633,653 415,805 4',916 145,724 225,165 1,33 136,465 29,957 2075 7,912
Cag ls addaae................................ 171 19,77o 2 :296,1,1920 300
Other insurance and safety department expenses............ 4,97 107,110 1,49 31,254 74,407 13,020 24,767 3,922 ,01 1,20 19 12,28
Total................................................14O,452,742 24,746,722 2,076,968 7,074,515 15,595,239 5,101,428 10,604,592 2,014,623 3,315,986 1,710,823 594,900 2,968,260
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL
Supervision ............................................24,678,755 15 326,180 1,832,555 4,578,128 8,915,497 2,712,897 6,639,678 1,588,028 1,978,282 1,O35,920 422,837 1,614,611
Saaris--ane oers........................ ... 14 ,65,870 2,444,633 4,469,638 1,287,861 2,91,67 720292 60,122 194,511 702,48
Salaries--Revenue accounting1....................... 4,657,165 2,670,992 266,359 78,718 1,615,915 518,200 1,467,973 343,217 41,693 288,324 99,570 295,163
Salaries--Other general office employees ........... ,81,721 4,675,07 2 4
Office and other expenses................................ 6,851,465 3,973,949 206,36 1,34,777 2,29,,9 59,183 242 1,25 59, 82,325 676,467 13,1023 18,75 6169
Expenses--General officers............................ 2,57,736 1,513,217 207,54 529,055 776,708 330,222 7 ,297 169,93 249,030 1,0 03 412,06 173,465
Expenses--General office employees 7 158,353 13,02 3,61 101,656 29,978 121,OO I 1,60 6 1,662 30,9144 2,947 7,93
Otergeealofie xpnss............... ,5 35. 2,302,379 260,601 666,07 1,357 518,957 1,133,022 283,961 357,282 i6p 6,6 6,3
Law expenses ................................ ... 82 8688 26,666 7,996 157,897 41,49 59,955 161,72 5,43 20,773 85,255
Oth e-ter general office e mpese................ ..., 7213 4 or 1:6217,9 85,20 13,7_0142702286,6 69,3
Outside auditing expenses ............................... ..3,333 461,O65 77,374 165,711 9 5 6,91 3,905
Communication service .................................. 5,97,123 3,754,696 38, 65 1,133,788 2,239,43 655,114 1,537,313 274,32 51,396 185,366 14,039 474,680
Employees welfare expenses.............................. 610,43 290,299 33,38 94,23 162,038 50,262 269,72 39,51 89,54 3,11 3,109 046,027
Management and supervision fees ....................... .9,2b5 59,071 7,902 13,418 37,751 11,147 19,050 2,594 8,946 7,355 155
Uncollect3ble revenues. ...... .... .547,635 311,870 47,012 106,109 158,749 43,470 192,295 34,835 2,72 37,532 52,714
Regulatory expenses .................................... .131,101 55,87 8,600 33,44 I1,37i 1,004 65,220 6,10 28 ,08 928 51,926
Othergenralexpenses...................................1736 823 6 2 6 3 1 372
7196 5779,47e 97 1 05,273


Joint operating expense--Debit ......................... 352,982 33,529 1,200 32,329 919,53 4 1,5
Jolnt operating expense--Credt ........................... 92,912 79,02 79,02 2,598 11,272 -- 11,272

Total................................................. 42,462,361 25,943,932 3,047,062 7,876,060 15,020,810 4,733,849 11,784,580 2,637,482 3,611,486 1,758,414 731,574 3,045,624
Grand total.......................................... 555,845,098 335,684,144 28,161,984 98,955,795 208,566,365 61,658,266 158,502,688 30,309,962 47,696,385 24,847,684 8,742,307 i46,906,350
d Deficit or other reverse item.






TABLE 21,-PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASEDEQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Torai New Middle Southern Total Rock
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
_______ district region region region district region region region reio region
Nmber of carriers represented ............................. 5494 323 45 123 15 57 114 23 40 17 5 29
Purchased transportation Intercity:
Payments to Class I motor carrirs....................$4,217,272 2,69,632 479,286 8,15,422 $1,103,924 $316,179 $1,202,461 451,36 $672,03 12,68 56,8 59,66
Payments to railroads and water arrer................ 3,712,9 d2,645 393,910 69,899 1,36 314 3,229,760 20,272 2 Z7,973 2,116,638 4,208 ,669
Payments to all others, including motor carriers,
owner-operators and private carriers ..............142,47,33 101,893,585 2,590,011 30,913,17 68,390,557 17,39,718 23,54,730 3,85,524 9,701,590 2,47,350 1,10,975 7,99,291
Total purchased transportation ntercty........150,42,24 105,074,862 3,463,207 32,9,338 69,513,317 17,356211 27,976,951 3,9 7,32 10,622,366 4,576,856 1,221,671 7,599,06
Purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to others for performing the carrier's local
cartage service and pickup and delivery of its
interit y sevie................................. 24,629,96 17,09,282 1,159,432 4,723,164 1,126,66 ,02,935 5,17,759 1,790,213 2,24,931 1,168,765 29,282 624,568
Allowances to shippers and consignees for the picking
up or delivery of interoty freight................. 5 599,450 358,728 38,29 30,736 289,963 6,34 194,338 74,96 4 55,330 52,736 4,985 6,33
Total purchased pickup and delivery ................25,229,1426 17,368,010 1,197,461 4,753,900 11,416,649 1,849,319 6,012,097 1,865,177 2,080,261 1,221,501 214,267 630,891
Total purchased transportation ....................175,637,450 122,44,872 4,660,668 36,852,238 80,929,966 19,205,530 33,989,048 5,822,209 12,702,627 5,798,357 1,435,938 8,229,917




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19429

TABLE 22.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1914
Eastern district Western district
Iltem ditricts Total New _Mge Central region Totel Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Roc P
Eastern England Atlantic region Western region region region enin regio
district region region Mtrict ..- region region
Number of Carriers represented......................4.94. 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 4o17 5 29
Depreciation of structures .............................W4.5,4146 $2614,611 031,800 $82,64 $150,163 V61,074 $139,761 $314,276 A734.4 543 :9
5 2114,32 11
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Freight ............16,927,6174 29 2,85,6, 4 291,178 57,329
611~2 9,g 1 ,ZO7U 116rg 151 40a
74 3'273 1950 1042 652R36922950
Line haul equipment ...........................14:07W4,66 7,2914,9: 2,123,66,49 1,300,792 9 ,7,
Pickup and delivery equipment ..................... 2,953,245 1,2911105 12107 166,190 97,500 509o47 170,9 57
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Passenger ........ 820 - 9 3 9,509 194,193 70,19 5 465,945
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Combination ....... 1, 179,-56
Depreciation of service cars and equipment .......... 591,1719 29g,3Z 47,8Ol 1 02t982 149,156 93,74 215,9 2 54,137 44 65 34 74
22, 10,3414
Dppreciation of shop and garage equipment ........... .20,925 '48 18,279 29,712 414,1493 20,714 95,707 23,1488 14,860 1 ,575 72 0!' 3
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment 479,849 2,986 22,975 82,107 113,786 68,19 18,31 55,68 36,110 6 28O 8,
reciation of miscellaneous equipment ............. 204,599 6,30 3 90 45 2 2 4 .
Depreciation of improvement to leasehold property ... 335,263 191,279 23,799 4 1,555 20,922 30,550 113, 3 ,1 5 21,73 07. 6
Dereciation of undistributed property ....... 916 916 916 ....
Total .......................................... 19,222,615 9,775,690 1,556,683 3,261,2 4 4,957,767 2,704,773 6,742,152 1,34,486 1,664,511 929,169 155,557 2,3 ,9








TABLE 23.--OPERATING RENTS-NET COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Itmi lt sSouthern -Total
t Eastern Eng and Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Paciflo
district region region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented .......................494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5 29
Equipment rents Debit ............................. $16,868,600 $13,412,796 $*45,726 $1,672,658 $11,594,412 $z96 498 $2,669,306 $447,45 $746,132 $21,099 $22g,088 *399,42
Other operating rents Debit ....................... 6,0,... 914 19., 148262 2,338,522 bl1l-,19. 2,106,378 409,727 7 9,038 295 104,115 14
6,42: 66 3, 91,594 9I 1, 28213 21:14 2: 378,19 0 9,2 9,615 83o:4 3 5 ,43
Joint facility rents Debit ........................ .. ,6.l .. 51,097 2,10 29,7 1 19, 12 3,394 3,190 9,615 1930 3,9 5
Total debits ................................... 24,059,447 17,145,47 642,640 3,250,701 13,952,16 1,404,086 4,809,874 857,572 1,534,785 1,135,670 330,466 951,391
Equipment rents Credit ............................ 1,007,63 486,556 16,612 205,665 264,279 170,379 350,828 57,519 97,813 7,195 13,175 175,126
Other operating rents Credit (property) ........... 365,458 218,169 20,630 39,4 46 158,099 5,96 I01,23 38,251 3b4-97 9,20 13,238
Rent from owmed land and structures (passenger) 5,737 5,247 980 1,267 40 490
ublease rental income (passenger) ...................... 71R - 715
JOint facility rents Credit ....................... 26,70 15,1469 1,763 7,715 5,991 51 10,697 3,750 836 6,111
Total credits .................................. 1,406,379 725,441 39,985 257,087 429,369 217,600 463,338 95,770 138,050 17,723 17,320 194,475
Net debits ..................................... 22,653,068 17,120,o46 602,655 2,993,614 13,523,777 1,186,4986 1,346,536 761,802 1,396,735 1,117,947 313,146 756,906




30 STATISTICS.OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 24.--REVENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR* AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item dotern Enad Atlai Central Southern Wetrn Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mo tin P
Itmdistricts Eastern England Atlantic reginionio Wesonreernn
district region region region district region region region reion r
Number of carriers represented .................... 494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5
Equipment acquired during the year:
Trucks Number of units............... 1,973 827 99 303 425 298 848 75 171 159 49
cost ............*******.*.. $4,837,227 $1,802,694 $190,8 711,274 $9oo00,578 $660,832 $2,373,701 $136,140 $257,902 $333790 92,5 $1,5
Truck tractors Number of units .............. 3,1 1,93 172 572 1209 12 0
cost ................ 12,879, 694 $6,770,o31 $816,589 $2,521,530 $3,431,912 02,119,330 $3,99o,3 $850,7 2 $1,o93, 1 612,31 $329,174 $1,0
Semitrailers Number of units ......... 5,732 3,26 308 937 1,991 937 1,559 265 0 210 101
-cost .............$16,77Z:732 $ ,6 $2,56 1 3,179 $54049 $3510
Cot ...................... $16,774,584 $8,466,850 $871,727 $2,556,763 $5,038,360 $3,179,851 $5,127,883 $875,165 $1,533,012 $514o,4~o $354,188 $1,2
Full trailers Number of units .............. 203 32 32 22 1
Cost ....................... $744,390 $95,705 $95,705 $38,926 $60g,759 4 6
other equipment Cost ................. ...... 206,280 3,175 4,839 10,784 18,552 15,920 156,15 34,298 ,o6 ,493 6,523
Total cost of all equipment acquired ........ 35,442,175 17,169,455 1,883,997 5,800,351 9,485,107 6,014,859 12,257,861 1,896,342 2,892,482 1,495,094 782,464 5,15
Equipment retired during the year:
Trucks Number of units .............. 1,209 596 5 274 2 37 190 42335 40 75 92
Cost ......................... 1,743,220 837,86 $141,33 $49o,og 206,437 $193, $712,12 $35,49 71,905 $1o3,504 $106,689 $39
Truck tractors Number of units ............. 1 ,873 1,15 91 707 21 98 6
Cost ....................... $4,800,192 $2,583,82 $293,65 $1,146, $1,143,555 $836, 9 01,379,937 $1g,55 $212 9 $179,72 1416 $35
Semitrailers Number of units .............. 2,382 1,525 162 576 7 365 492 92 13 104 75
Cost ....................... $4 ,289,123 $2,5SO,304 $311,538 $1,091,200 $1,177,56 $584,99 $1,123,821 $200,898 $245 $133585 $262,5 42 $2
Full trailers Number of units .............. 7 22 22 6 2
$263,7 $4 2 -26 $ 4 20 l 6
Cost ..................... $ 263,7 ,226 $30,226 $24,o7 $209,14 $3,861 $8,940 $
Other equipment Cost ......................... 133,072 40,577 7,771 23,897 8,909 729 91,7 6 25,747 2,865 50 16,507 t
Total cost of all equipment retired / ....... 11,229,054 6,072,799 754,285 2,751,821 2,566,693 1,639,431 3,516,824 450,695 536,690 416,860 796,144 1,31
Equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks -Number of units ............. ,583 ,412 502 1,268 1,642 1,041 4,130 535 764 62
Cost ......................... $16,93 ,554 $6,o37,712 $974,153 $2,4 0,8 $2,63,651 $1,811,620 $8,982,222 $786, $923, $1,391,54 $347,1 $5,5$
Truck tractors Number or units .............. ,159 7,998 1,ob5 2,34 4,586 1,788 4,37 1,oo 1,o 1
Cost .................. .. 7,3 29 ,59 $,659,8 $,981,99 $10,951,093 $6,414,780 -6,373, $3,630,01 $4,185, $,262,12 $823,0 $5,
Semitrailers Number of units .............. 492 14,,32 1 6 0O 3, 72 ,86 2 3,10 7 1,2 ,133 1,164 292
cost ......................... $57,669, 92 $31,268,346 $3,s8o0,6 $9,380,679 $18,00oo7,o19 $8,0 o68,17 1,333,129 $3,971,9 $5,355,622 $2,384,609 $991,557 $5,
Full trailers Number of units .............. 74 1 41 569 1
Cost ........................ $2,065,60 $190,112 $813 $189, 29 $76,011 $1, 99,237 $36 ,o 2 $i,
Other equipment Cost .......................... 862,6O3 147,476 20,747 63,563 63,166 34,102 681,025 205,815 33,663 23,996 :10,465
Total cost of all equipment owned ........... 124,809,318 62,235,981 9,534,796 20,851,957 31,849,228 16,404,630 46,168,707 8,593,991 10,498,313 6,062,278 2,209,109 18,8

1/ See footnote No. 1 to table 16.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I 7OTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEBER 31, 1948 31
TABLE 25.--EMLOIEEs: AVERAGE NUMBER TOTAL OOMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE GOPENSATION BY CLASSES
COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING 'TTTH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION, 1945 BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Eastern district
All districts Eastern district, Total New England region Middle Atlantic region Central region Souhern reg
Classic in of eployeeese average A e Average svrage To a
Total Average Average o annual Average Total annua verag e Toa
ao pen" n ber oe an a lra
nuIber of aompen- 0oopen- n o mpan- oampen- e t ope- len- number Of n en anna numb Of
employees station employee mployesai sation so employees to eat ployees action epl yeee ea Ion

Number of carriers represented ............... 494 323 45 123 155 57
Equipment maintenance and garage: 3 1 $122.7
Superlo................D 299 $,5M $4,635 136 $645,536 $4,769 $ .99 $4J 3~.', 6. $4 4 ,2.,$4.3.6
!4eanis a 'nldn aokn foremen)6 12,223,904 1,99 748 5,906,o2 3239 9 2,79m 51 25 9' 3$.'1-25 937 307 957,900 3,2
Service employees .......................... 3 1,698,314 2:516 245 682 463 2 10 25,607 2,561 77 201,303 2,641 1, 5,553 2:8,3 ,19,9|44 2 558
Other (including clerical employees) ..... 199 575,33 2,910 156:370 2:606 5 11,792 2,358 1 37,589 2,088 106,959 2,892 55,789 2,789
Supervisor .............................. D 1,167 7 4,265 6 3,46.666 39,816 4 U g6 1 2,O2 491 jOO 616 .g
r 3... .....................7 25, 531019 1962 1 3, 1 9 '2: 379 7770 5 1
Dre ....Line hautl .................... 15 2'5z: 30j5 3Ol 6330 2: 3.92 5.7 3,0.O0'35 1'9 "
Drivers--Pickup and delivery /... ...... 15,960 52,273 9 3,275 9,9 33,599738 3 47 1,30 4,41,330 335 ,9 2 987, 3,315 5,6 19,2,92
Mepr-Liehu................. .11 4992~ 30'1 65 6 17998 2,4 P9 2,107
Hele ....Pickup and delivery .............. 374 892,751 2,38 1 378924 2,595 3 8,979 2,9 351,962 2.607 8 17,983 2,21 Is 53 2,107
Others (including clerical employees) ..... 141 437692 3,104 71 224,231 3,158 2 2,992 39,039 3,003 56 182,200 3,25 15 43,155 2,577
Terminal:
Supervisory ............................. D 2,427 iO,192,49 4,200 1,327 5,765,246 4,345 10 467,44o 4,535 386 1,609,583 4,170 838 3,658,223 4,1 350 2 302 3,949
Platform employees 13830 39, 92, 55 2,584 7,519 21,982,571 2 5101,672.701 2 1864 5,065 235 2,739 5,08 596 6; 2,90 17s 2 48
Others (including clerical employees) ... 6903 16,537.558 2,396 3,570 z: O9 4. 2.272 932 8 6 2,235 o 9 541 1 5. AO 1S29 23394
Sales, tariff, and -dvertlaing; 4 6,102
Supervisory ................. 421 2 369,734 5,629 270 1,574,256 31 L 16,999 5,355 69 355,9 1517 1052,65 07,7 ?,gig
sol oe ..............................D 1,644 6, 07 3,998 64 3,722, 71 39 25 16 3,971 17 81, 70 Z339 61 2657,072 4,J5 16 22,7 3,930
Others (including clerical employees) ... D 263 717,522 2,728 120 330,608 2,755 14 3,45Z 2,461 42 127,123 3,027 169,031 26 55 155,493 2,73
Insurance and safety:
Supervisory ............................. D 241 92,422 3 869 152 559,2o6 3,679 11 40,017 3,638 37 123,915 3,349 i0Z 395,271 301 7 123,705 4,266
Others (including clerical employees) ... D 322 42,545 2,617 131 350.857 2,678 6 11,369 1.95 17 42,710 2,512 10 296,775 2,747
Administrative end general: 4
Officers. owner, and partners ........... D 1,107 12,253,124 11,069 70 8,030,691 11,343 86 1,075,454 12,540 245 2 498552 10,035I 377 4,493.655 11,920 13 1,31371 9,874
Clerical ................................D 471g 1113444 2,377 2,848 6636,943 2,330 2 65,51 2,14 99 2002787 2,228 1648 3,99,65 2,12 565 132,25 2,376
Ote.................................... 505 127,73 2,52 20 714,165 2,551 9 1 1,97 2,054 49 123,336 2, 517 2 35 2 41 82 2,15
ie' .................................155 1:7:0 2599 1 ,7 2-o5 .1 2,772 89,58 ,6
Total Daily bs .........................13,114 52,734,741 4,021 7,657 31,893,888 4,165 775 3,290,929 4,246 2,222 9,003,756 4,o52 4,66o 19,599203 4,206 1559 5942,154 3,512
Total Hourly bacis ................... 54,330 172,601,076 3,177 30,138 97,177:036 3,224 3,369 10,815,471 3,210 8,669 26,893,973 3,102 18,100 59,467:592 3,256 6,222 17,305,284 2,752
Western district
Claseifloation of employees Western district, Total Northwestern region Mid-Western region Southwestern region Rocky Mountain region Pacific region
iI I Avers ee
.rAo ..... A ge .. avrg A Eeg Averag Total Averge .... Total ea Average ToI
Average Total an Ae TtAverage Total9: annual Average Toannal ofnn.
annualyees number of ompen- anur nGe compen-nme
number of compen- i an number of comporn- annual number ofI oompen- anua number of compo- anuarumerof copsoanuapnmerof oopecveagmTtleern- eoal AvraepvraeootleesAerge Tta vrae vraenotl eog AergeTtartm-n
employee cation compen- employee cation compen- erployeee catlon compen- employee nation ompen- employee cation op employee Galo
eatioyee saio j aioation cation cationcaaio
Number of carriers represented ............... 114 23 40 17 5 29
Equipment mintenance and garage:
Suevsry...0 135 $614,656 $4,g53 3 61022 $4,124 29 $114,057 $3,933 24 $112,446 ^64,65 $31,2 ,347 61 ,5 524
Mechanics n orkng forenen)..... 1,551 5,359,932 3, 56 326 1,083,597 3,324 3P8 1,205,199 3,275 23 793,402 3,320 49 220,37 30 560 2,05 ,197 30615
Service enpyee........................... 273 795,906 2,915 6G 193,633 2,848 74 201,385 2,721 7123661 2,524 28 94457 37335
Others (including clerical employees) ..... 119 363.175 3,052 29 82,618 2,949 13 39,76s 2,982 20 54,662 2,733 4 12,500 3,125 53 1746274 3,295
Transportation: 4186 42
Supervisory ............................. D 277 1,130,718 4 ,02 78 301,617 3,867 92 362,742 3,943 52 195,589 3,525 36 539822 4 152
11705 519 76 95m475 3705 23 1,9:Z5' 603 120 51 1 44
Drivers--Line haul 1/ ....... ........... 4,277 17,7,5 4:016 874 3,297,668 3,773 1,133 4,326,5 5 3, 792 85 3 3,00
Nelpere--Llne haul......................... 25 53,424 2,137 - F 17 3 6s2 2,04o 1, 2 5,3 2 2,3
Drlver --LIckup and delivery /........... 4,472 14216,669 3,179 871 2,820,024 3,235 1,305 4,137,433 3,170 901 2,534,724 2,813 159 526,615 3,312 1,236 1J.873 3,39
Helpers--Pickup and delivery .............. 139 326,289 2,34 - 133 309,367 2,3263:a 6 ,92 0
others (including clerical employees) ..... 55 170,303 3091 2 4,463 2,232 6 17,241 2,874 5 15,172 3,034 42 l33,27 3:177
Terminal: I4 79 015 3,420 47 198,342 4,220 194 861,7n 4,442
Supervisory .............................D 750 3,045,001 4,060 132 562,292 260 2 641 4,061 62 25 54,351 1,20 179,531
Platform employees ......................... 4,53 6,, 937 2.999 79 2 ,91,435 2,953 1,466 4,243,241 2,894 43 2,079
others (including 2le 524 6053,763 2,399 939,389 2,256 3 5 e65,459 2,226 399 956,093 2,4o2 125 317,190 2, 7 4 1976633 2, 57
Sales, tariff, and advertising; D 189 1 1 15 106 4
supervisory ............................ 4,729 7,522 5630 43 2057 74 4932 4 ,
Solid tora ........................... D 6 221,772 3,554 122 458,370 1,003 199 703,206 3,534 2 4 5 3 135 33 121,353 3, 141
Others (including clerical employees) ... D 55 228,2 1 2653 2,791 30 75,692 2,523
Insurance and safety:
Supervisory ............................. D 60 249,511 4,159 16 7.1O 4,446 17 65,563 3,574 12 1651 3 6 1 73 3,659 5
Others (including clerici employees) ,., 117 304,493 2,603 30 7 2,450 29 72,431 2,495 25 65 357 2,335 6 5954 2,6 o76,315 3, 10
Administrative and general:
officers, ovnreand partners ............. D 26 2 39159 3O,37 571 1298 91 56,43 9,543 45,20 9.,9 1 19711 1975 59 7'19 197
Clerical ..................... D 1,3 32 29 6 2,37 317 70541 2:399 417 919,798 2,2o6 499,397 2,574 75 225,327 2,927 299 526,223 2,763
Others .................................. D l 42,953 2,570 51 110,711 2,171 75 202,225 2,696 21 43,932 2092 37 116,05 3,137
Total .Doily4...........................3,598 1 1,898,699 3,22 59 3,423,314 3,895 1,217 4,404,879 3,619 702 2505,391 3569 3 59,476 4,31 597 3,67,739
Total Hourly basis ................... 17,970 55,115,756 3,234 3,515 1,311,826 3,173 5,203 16,035,271 3,052 3,069 9,079,317 2,955 8 91 3,121, 05 ,503 5,2
NOTE. -- The symbol 'D" designates those employees reported on a daily basis; all other classes are reported on an hourly basis. I/ This Item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 1purchsed %ransportations service.




32 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, I.4..

TABLE 26.--OPERATING STATISTICS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194S

Eastern district Western district
Southern Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rc
All Total New Middle Central region Western ontam
Item district. Eastern England Atlantic region destrn Pacifi
district regnieioon_____________ region region M0%an rgo
srit reason region district 0.~o

Number of carriers represented ............... 494 323 45 123 155 57 114 23 40 17 5
Average number of trucks and truck tractors in
Intercity revenue service;
Owned equipment:
In operation ........................ 10,31 5,611 897 1,920 2,794 1,364 3,366 696 961 632 133
Undergoing repairs ................. 8 354 63 117 174 69 161 2 ..4 32
Stand-by ............................428 215 41 5 9 667
Total owned equipment ........ 11,353 6,190 1,001 2,122 057 150 3,673 761 1,0 702 131

Leased equipment--In operation ......... 1,872 1,505 26 293 1,186 39 328 64 88 120 14
Purchased transportation-In operation 10,88:4 SO4 198 2,377 5,471 978 1,860 190 959 205 62
Total number of vehicles Intercity service .................. 21,1O9 15,731 1,225 4,792 9,714 2,517 5,861 1,015 2,099 1,027 214 1,50
Number of revenue trucks and truck tractors
owned at close of year:
Intercity 'service ...................... 11,632 6,308 1,051 2,090 3,167 1,509 3,815 829 1,069 727 105 1,
Local service .......................... 11,110 5,102 516 1,525 3,061 1,320 4,688 730 1,125 893 179 1,7
Total number of trucks and truck
tractors owned ................ 22,72 11,410 1,567 3,615 6,228 2,829 8,503 1,559 2,194 1,620 28 2,4
Vehile-miles operated in intercity revenue
service (with load and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks............................... 965,078 8,1900, 9 2,315, 05 5,09,002 50,171 1,196,149 28,57,951 372,186 26,o 2,136,o66 637,004 25.16.,59
Tractors .......................... 0,26,934 268,664,028 38,507,70 7,506,481 151,649,843 83,731,523 207,869,383 47,049,283 68,274,91a 36,452,:461 12,838,001 43,255,7
Total miles operated Owned
vehicles ...................... 598,230,012 276,855,oo6 40,853,509 83,6o1,483 152,400,014 94,927,672 236,447,334 47,42o,469 68,539,013 38,588,527 13,475,005 68,424,32
Leased vehicles:
Trucks .............................. 3,306,74.6 1,634 .,948 75,508 1,073,162 486,278 18 1,671,614. 1,671,61
Tractors ................................ 99,702,373 74,394:,99 477,601 7,939,282 65,978,016 3,028,350 22,279,124 3,02.,532 6,948,078 10,198,266 927,691 1,180,55
Total miles operated Leased
vehicles ...................... 103,009,119 76,029,847 553,109 9,O12,44 66,464,294 3,028,534 23,950,738 3,024,532 6,948,078 10,198,266 927,691 2,852,1
Purchased transportation vehicles:
Trucks .............................. 22,575,193 6,597,036 597,007 1,535,496 4,464,533 1, 103,7 14,87-4,4.9 234,000 1,803,540 2,73, 311 237,896 9,861,6
Tractors ............................ 627,772,733 444,185,516 10,11,347 121,753,312 312,290,857 76,981,770 106,605,47 15,201,028 56,508,299 11,886,199 5,432,310 17,577,6
Total miles operated Purchased
transportation vehicles ....... 650,347,926 450,782,552 10,738,354 123,288,808 316,755,390 78,085,518 121,479,856 15,435,028 58,311,839 14,623,510 5,670,206 27,439,2
Driveaway .............................. 4,96o 4,96o 14,960
Total miles operated All
vehicles ...................... 1/ 1,351,592,017 803,667,405 52,144.,972 215,902,735 535,619,698 166,041,724 1/ 381,882,888 65,880,029 W/ 133,798,930 63,4.15,263 20,072,902 98,715,
Tons of revenue freight carried in intercity
service / ................................ 45,895,735 30,6o9,241 2,595,661 8,680,275 19,333,305 4.,185,317 11,101,177 2,614,633 3,243,187 1,633,830 363,132 3,246,
Freight revenue Intercity service .......... ./ $656,393,628 3/ $395,637,021 3/ $32,123,996 $115,189,756 2148,323,269 $72,839,127 3/ $187,917,480 $35,742,669 1/ $56,125,900 $29,729,8949 $11,461,481 $54,857,
Total expenses (including depreciation, opersting taxes, and rents) V/ ................ 620,237,376 372,396,282 31,557,216 108,267,087 232,571,979 68,739,156 179,101,938 33,924,252 53,153,147 28,271,953 10,077,011 53,675,

AVERAGES
Freight revenue per intercity vehiole-mile ... $0.486 $0.192 $0.616 40.534 $0.464 $0.439 $0.492 $0.543 $o.419 0.469 $0.571 $0.
Expenses per intercity vehicle-mile / .......$o.459 $0.-463 $0.605 $0.501 $0.4340 0.414 $0.469 $0.515 #0-397 $0.446 $0.02 #0.
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum .. 52,694 ,4,799 4o,813 39,397 49,853 56,618 64,374 62,313 65,151 5',969 97,645 67

IJExcludes 83,720 vehicle-miles (contract service) for which other statistics were not reported. includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
Excludes freight revenue (contract servi e) for which other statistics were not reported as follows: All districts, $31,801; Eastern district and New England region, *6,541; Western district and idWestra
Baeregion, S25,260.
/ Bas figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local services; these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehicle-mie are therefore
subject to cualificatlon, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 312 1948





COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE TABLE 27





GONTRAGT CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE TABLE 28










Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $1,000,000 appear in Tables 31 and 32 33
893689 0 50 3








STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 35

TABLE 27.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIrGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern disetriot Western district
Item All Total New Middle Southern Total Rocky
districts Eastern England Atlantio Central region Weste Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mot in Pacific
district ragin rton region di=pt region region region un a, region
Number of carriers represented ..................... 524 255 29 110 116 62 207 13 26 59 24 65
ASSETS
Current assets Total ............................ 047,799,416 $26,690,06 $1,372,560 $7,291,099 $18,026,430 $3,485,869 $17,623,459 $676,693 $1,473,079 05,3468,421 $1,585,38 $8,339,426
Tan ibles property:
barrier operating property ..................... 117,924,25 5,020,17 5,606,115 26,200,742 27,011,330 6,311,526 50,492.712 2,316,947 4,270, 89 12,0o9 ,10,58 26:782,18
Reserve fr depreciation and amortization 50,o66,430 R'029,308 2,910,609 10,643,306 10,274,393 2,955,693 ;3,092,229 822,74 1,84,7 5,397 1 ,910,59 2 13o66,71
Net carrier operating property .............. 67,757,995 34,991,679 2,897,506 15,357,436 16,736,937 5,355,633 27,410,483 1,494,203 2.385,975 6,682,676 3,131.957 13,715,470
Other tangible property less reserve for
depreciation and amortization ............... 3,954,210 1,519,077 110,137 536,640 672,300 386,615 2,046,318 71,296 158,546 515,653 62,16 1,220,437
Total tanIbie property less reserve ...... 71,712,205 36,510,956 3,007,643 15,694,076 17,609,237 5,742,448 29,458,601 1,565,499 2,544,521 7,198,731 3,214,143 14,935,907
Intangible property less reserve for depreciation
and amortization ............................... 2,474,709 877,074 56,344 402,495 41,235 305,597 1,292,037 25,376 154,641 428,596 314,043 369,389
Investment securities and advances Total ........ 4,913,382 1,633,975 169,279 671,360 793,336 629,191 2,450,216 62,095 109,172 108,694 135,999 2,034,066
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous
debit items Total ............................ 5,859,370 3,212,884 232,710 1,225,614 1,754,360 619,493 2,026,993 150,498 171,956 602,292 160,154 922,093
Total assets ................................. 132,759,081 69,124,977 4;,39,536 25,684,943 38,601,598 10,762,596 52,651,506 2,680,153 4,453,369 13,666,924 5,430,177 26,600, 3
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ....................... 40,657,133 23,16,512 1,169 126 7,762,591 14,254,795 2,80,222 14,662,399 1,004,261 1,239,059 4, 6,22 1,2,169 6, 65
Advances payable Total .......................... 3,5 ,158 1,83,042 200:81 901,46 735,578 237,39 1,509,727 59,371 213,002 19,72 17563 41,O
Ecuirment and other long-term obligations Total 20, 26,313 9,857,925 771,962 5,79,4 3,2O, 1,41,5 9,59,53 636,702 7,7 1,2 4,99 1,3 6 5,616 o60
Deferred credits and reserves Total ............. 3,712,497 1,791,595 74,335 319,825 1,397, 35 336,092 1,5, 39,74 64 5,203 100,503 1,355,502
Capital stock and noncorporate capital Total ... 35,415,087 15,573,011 1,29,679 5,939,026 8,3,06 2,773,979 17,O6,097 528,251 1,599,990 5,375,60 2,320,730 7,243,446
Unapproprlated surplus:
Unearned surplus ............................... 1,17,241 467,516 1,328 262,792 203,396 100,064 619,661 29,112 29,45 2,67 75,000 202,027
Earned surplus ................................. 27,375,652 16,410,376 1,371,288 4,619,519 10,419,569 3,108,017 7,657,259 32,70 1 587,904 1,76,39 164,956 4,953,3000
Total unappropriated surplus ................. 28,562,693 16,677,692 1,372,616 4,962,311 10,622,965 3,208,081 6,476,920 411,s20 617,749 2,o52,068 239,956 5,155,327
Total liabilities ....................... 132,759,081 69,124,977 4,S38,536 25,684,843 38,601,598 10,782,598 52,851,506 2,660,153 4,453,369 13,686,924 5,430,177 26,6oo00,ss )
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier operating income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Intercty--Common carrier 370,163,655 227, ,052 9,22,475 54, 05,38 163,330,219 28, 394 370 114,251,23 6,878,04 11,157,813 31,646,461 14,471,731 50,6,424
7rih eeu-Itr~t-C.o are .. 47 -2 67,7 142,'916 1,
Freight revenue--Intercity--Contract carrier 1, 31,22 9, O 00 20,9 20,92 677 1 11,3,
Freight revenue--Local cartage ........... .... .. 73 176 3 79, J4,067 1,333,21 2 00 a 25 1 33'4 8 _____,___ 205,52 1,53 2 51 06 2
All other operating revenue ...........,97,006 5,175,3 135,622 2,00,56 2,639,63 6099 ,1666 55,36 ,
Total operating revenues .................... 388,015,059 237,119,156 9,677,o4 59,060,395 166,161,679 29,935,267 120,960,614 7,203,628 11,603,869 34,202,942 14,902,002 53,048,173
Operation and maintenance expenses:
,66,25. 1,7,3 .16o, ,7S717 2 9,iO ,13,160 21,945,l o426 ao,5 2,7,, ,0,58 0,5,0


Eqioeta opeatenac 44eneepess.. 32, 49 20,66768 1,7013 4,84 19,109,o528 234608 4,01 2 ,7 E7600 9,4, 6 276,3,9 202494,1.4
Equipment intenance .......................... 210,4,5 l ,4 1, 30,2o: 16 105,50,256 163 029 53 ,67,1 2,7206,943 00 5,121,29 7,86,40 2 2,369,221
Transportation ..... ........................... 1,454 4372 6 08 ,16 0 6 8,1 21,953 105,90 ,42767,420 2 62
Teasoa tin operating...... 6, ,039 1o6g, ,6 2,642 1,24o ,2 32, 6 1,0o6 29,5120 21 577,32Z 5, 1,290,1
Terminal ................................... 3 2 1,1 6 0 20 6 1 2:32 19, 2 2 19 3 1, 27 1
T3affi7113 21 6 6 5, U
T ........................................ 1, 395 1 3 3 1 ,3 3 53
Insurance and safety ............................5... 8301 15,10%,200 iOO5635 06 9,9, O 33,01 5 ,553 ,1,9 60 1
Administration and general ..................... 21621.8. 15_10 1_ 5 49 39_1 90_7 12__ _,, 395,601 947,56 253,14 762,0 ,73
Total operat'in- nnce expenses ... 325,949,79 2 207,066,706 8,351,701 4,820,477 149,694,526 24,446,00 94,337,012 4,360,0o42 9,459,166 26,32,099 12,072,459 41,614,246
Depreciation expense .............................. 16,06 0051 716,0 3,410,7 3,74,7 1,196,296 6,65 ,160 266,197 661,507 2,07,01 79U,7IS 3,046,69
Depreciation adjustment ......... ................ d26.0 1725 d 237.1 d 2178 d 26 8 d d 107 72,3 6. 1
Amortization chargeable to operations 6,( d 26, 129 5 d Z,b4 1ta,34 Nei.5 5.,b
Operating taxes and licenses ...................... 17,176,971 7,944,751 503,361 2,690,:1 4, 751,220 1,590,177 7,6 &34 316,603 626,670 1,693,04 748,15 4,057171
Operating rents--Net ...............................5,716, 584 2,768,437 69,670 951,623 1:766,944 217,796 2,710,351 1,923,119 75,326 383,691 296,366 316W7
Total expenses ...............................364,344,941 225,373,352 9,615,456 55,702,061 160,055,635 27,454,196 111,517,391 6,658,572 10,611,734 31,295,789 13,663,470 49,667,627
Net operating revenue ........................ 23,670,116 11,745,606 261,628 3,358,334 8,125,844 2,461,069 9,443,223 345,056 792,135 2,907,154 1,038,532 4,360,346
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit ........... 259,455 137,160 4g,949 8,211 121,295 a 250 46,475 73,601 961
Lease of distinct operating unit-Credit .......... 60,724 33,167 Va1 32,666 14,043 13,514 112 1,273 12,129
Net carrier operating income ................. 23,472,37 11,641,613 261,626 3,309,666 8,070,319 2,495,132 9,335,W2 345,048 791,997 2,860,679 966,204 4,371,514
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrier operations--Net ............ 1,73,604 779,. 65 1 2076 226 60 91716 0,4 27,,26 540 690
Interest income .....................2100 .5 .5 .74.. 0 5N ,513 10:337 37:289 ;0179,57t 43,06
Dividend income .....................7:201 2,669 2 6 332 55 5 3
Other nonoperating income.................... 24,263 65,949 6,199 21,592 5,:15t 27,420 134,918 49,416 11,215 25,712 1,565 51,006
Total other ordinary income ............2,162,18 944,140 145,549 395,213 403,376 124,345 1,093,703 49,273 95,539 310,348 22,370 616,173
Gross ord.nary mns. 25,634,575 12,565,953 407177 3,705,07 ,73,697 2.619,477 10214 4321 7,536 3171,027 9,574 4,987,687




36 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1945

TABLE 27.-SMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES OTHER TRAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Iir Total New Middle Centrar R Ne r hy
Item distrlcte Eastern England Atlantic Central region western orthwestern MidWestern Southwestern oo Paofi
BL. region ~ n region Ionsl Mountain Paio
district region regio region district region region in region
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest .......................................... $1,54320 $7 $71,079 039 595 $258,951 $106,771 $696, 76 $406461,704 $156,597 $91,691 $346,21
Amortization of debt discount and exoense ....*... 3,080 21561 31 6
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit .......... 826 826 26
Other deduotion ..............................*...* 6,020 305,274 11,635 76,6 217,191 66,78 195,96 1,890 12,7216 63,167 27,412 79,76
Total deductions from ordinary income ........ 2,115,134 1,058,316 82,714 469,430 506,172 173,585 553.233 53.154 74,430 220,064 109,103 426,482
Net ordinary income .......................... 23,519,441 11,527,637 324,463 3,235,649 7,967,525 2,445,892 9,545,912 341,167 513,106 2,950,963 879,471 4,561,205
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary income credits ..................... .. 894,193 J40,685 127,511 207,036 206,135 46,569 306,629 50,25 29,33 52,776 22,041 121,651
Extraordinary income charges ....................... 205,900 1:O, 73,233 21 2 ,.100 4 45512 20,3 20 ,30
Delayed income credits ............................ 25?3. 27 7831 ,60 2912 4 1 52. 2 2,9 7 9 5,1 6 107
Delayed income charges ............................ 20 ,44 76,147 1,910 17,603 56,63 21,o 11 110,284 3,693 3297 391 102,903
Total extraordinary income ................... 734,068 422,842 54,955 197,321 170,533 35,154 273,042 40,947 29,175 59,294 26,536 117,090
Net income before income taxes ............... 24,253,509 11,950,479 379,451 3,432,970 8,138,058 2,454,076 9,515,954 382,114 842,281 3,010,257 906,007 4,678,295
Income taxes 1/ .................................. 6,873,729 3,954,957 114,3 1,134,335 2,705,909 632,097 2,286,645 104,870 118,992 423,906 67,011 1,571,866
Net income ................................... 17.379,790 7,995,492 264,605 2,298,635 5,432,249 1,551,979 7,532,309 277,244 723,299 2,586,351 838,996 3,106,429
operating ratio 2j ...................... (Percent) 93.90 95.05 97.35 94.31 95.17 91.71 92.19 95.21 93.17 91.50 93.03 91.78
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ......................................... $2,160,9 $1,299,241 $190,014 $1,109,227 $127,112 $704,596 $61,187 $5,0o0 $164,660 $3,741 $470,008
Withdrawals ..................................... 3782,91 1, 9,107 $75,460 361,351 92,296 363,823 2,259,984 12,7 210,350 1,239,379 277,211 551,270
Total dividends and withdrawals .............. 5,943,863 2,428,348 75,460 551,365 1,801,523 520,935 2,994,550 73,931 215.380 1,403,039 280,952 1,021,278
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units .............. 3,413 1 04 166 460 41 247 2121 5 1
91,149,62 $525,232 9+ 115, 4 179 555 13 162
Truck tractor Cost ......................... 15,7 $2, 4951 $465,41 $1,234,4 $, 2 12, 346, 1 118, $447,5 $2,21 37 91,097,9 $,45 ,
Truck tractors Number of units .............. 1,3 0,5 $65 45 2,6 2, 22 89V 37 187 1010
Cost ......................... $36,7 $254 2.195,7 $109 7,40l' 32,96 $ 13,22 3036 $758,3 $1,490,60 4,233 31,244,920 $5,493 129
Ful tr ile s N e u .. ... ... ,, $ 3, 708, 03 $ 0, 54 $1 9 0, 2 946 40 $0,1 312,7 6 9 1 02 7 50,8 $1,29 46 02 R6, O $ ,2 0 3 8
Oeitreiler Number of units.............. 8, 7O 3519 4, 25 42 9
S oet n......................... 3** 3,264 91 5,5 0 ,913 $8 1305 $19,4,6 6 5 4 o ,$790,56 $1,2379, 16,3 37 ,9 9
Full trailers Nuber of units 513............,. 102 1 135 431 4 $1106 0 ,56
2ot ,8 1102 '$ 73 +88893 884++ .3 0 + 16 74oo +ll3 100o9
Co .......................... .$5,23 $ 3 4,63, 39,3 i39 $3660, 1 318,3
Other equipment Cost ......................... ..1,903001 4273,27 $87:319 $54,775 1131.179 $20,505 ll,60S,920 $17,720 1102,3 7 1605 613 $62 51 3514,13
Total cost of all equipment owned ............ $93,256,591 $45,555,60 $4,671,575 $21,309,445 $19,607,660 $6,261,575 $41,4o6,336 $1,659,935 $3,431,345 $10,070,66 $3,971,54 $22,242,519

EMPLOYEES /
Average number ............................... .......29,38 16,911 111 32 70 30 3, 4,344
Total coo ensation.............................. $ 97,99,093 $56,041,123 04,1110:011 $17,76 ,25 $34,164,954 05,95',45 035,9o4565 $2,139,734 $3,294,70 4'9,507,193 $2,705,142 $15,254,792
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
revenue service: Owned equipment:
In operation ............................. i0, 6 2,42 2,47 4,32 4 1,496 311
Undergoing repairs .............................. ..-'47 23 +2 14 150 14 20 ',.
Stand-by .................................... 910 521 53 23 2 0 49 340 20 51
Total owned equipment .................... 12,003 6,162 586 2,754 2,792 992 4,849 21 6o00 1,637 351 2,043
Leased equipment--In operation .............. 1122 652 501 25 442
Purchased traseortation--In operation .... 9,376 7,5O 106 911 6,573 g1g 965 25 9 17 2 4
Total number of trucks and tractors in
intercity service ....*.................. 22,501 14,404 692 3,846 9,866 1,838 6,259 435 724 2,062 64 2,390

Vehicle-males operated in intercity revenue service
(with load aid empty):
Owned vehi les ................................ 5o,9,079 24o, 7,62 1,131,564 02,696,742 12005, 56 57,020,099 243, ,21 11,95,73 ,467 7,08 9 2 3 11
Lee56,6 29vh I-,079,075 n,9 26,460,760 795999 447 1
Les eoed vehicle................................56 5,079 1 392 5910 1 435,574 17 6004oo 9,5 002 9 13 2593 897 2, 94 5
Purchased tranportat on vehicles............ .. 5 2
Driveaway...................................... 159,724,579 155,091,789 1,427, 945 2 1 54202, 17 1 1 89 6 13 017, 19,193,343 4'I6r,,

o All vehiclees ........................... 1,209,443,819 762,554,173 25,105,701 179,01,171 557,647,301 115,290,912 331,595,734 26,452,350 35,453,15 104,917,569 46.117,63 11,657,107
Tone of revenue freight .oarrled In intercity
service / ................................... 56,072,453 29,075,565 2,596,44 12,275,674, 14,2o0,047 4,737,045 22,259,840 2,515,496 1,754,673 4,901,465 1,937,223 11,120,950
Fre ght revenue from intercity service ............ 371,694,877 $228,177,6 $9,317,175 $55,326,325 163 ,5, $29,072,151 $114,445,0o84 #6,78,04 $11,157,813 31,646,461 $14,471,731 50,0,275
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per intercity vehicle-mile ........ 0.307 O.299 $0.371 $0.308 $0.293 $0.252 0.345 90.260 90.315 $0.302 $0.314 $o.424
Expenses per intercity vehicle-mile / ............ $0.301 $0.296 10.383 $0.310 0.287 $0.235 0.336 $0.259 $0.305 90.298 60.301 o.410
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum ........ 45071 39,092 30,941 36,555 43,001 5794O 51 51,529 4,110 47,959 6 0 50.091

edit or oher reere Item. 4 Inoludee duplication on account of tonnage received frum conneting Class I Motor Carriers,
DJ Does not iclude Ince taxee applloable to sole proprietorehipe and partnerships. See Introdustory Basic figures include expense of operating veholese in interoity and in local services which
St~teaemt.are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehlole..,ole are
/ Ti eense (includng eprseoiation, mortlatlon, operating taxes and rents) divided by total therefore eubeot to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of
operate in seve vie, agagedablthese carriersuto perfora spyvhcegl *
.. Thi. item e oo Include drive,. Of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purohased the total revenue.
transportation' mce.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 31

TABLE 28*--SU ,MARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Eotal New Middle Southern Tota
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mo Pacific
district regIn eion region region rego ,uti
District region region region region region

Number of carriers represented ......................... 222 152 13 68 71 15 55 7 18 8 4 1
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................. 11.ii,647,611 $7,943,225 $618,973 $2,816,142 $4,508,110 $900,127 42,804,259 $585,702 $1,0O40,956 $317,150 $105,292 $755,159
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ............................ 47,668,4s8 34,540,022 3,012,337 14,085,945 17,441,740 3,0 44,355 10,08 4,111ii 1,900,785 2,961,461 1,253,374 576,163 3,392,328
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ............. 20,728,622 14,959,730 1,694,940 6,642,580 6,622,210 1,119,167 4,649,725 866,906 1,443,3OO 553,302 212,238 1,573,979
Net carrier operating property ................... 26,939,866 19,580,292 1,317,397 7,443,365 10,819,530 1,925,188 5,434,386 1,033,879 1,518,161 700,072 363,925 1,818,349
Other tangible property less reserve for
depreciation and amortization .................... 633,823 457,581 1,679 274,110 181,792 55,863 120,379 4,539 3,727 23,4142 19.445 69,226
Total tangible property less reserve .......... 27,573,689 20,037,873 1,319,076 7,717,475 11,001,322 1,981,051 5,554,765 1,038,418 1,521,888 723,514 383,370 1,887,575
Intangible property less reserve for depreciation
and amortization .................................... 840,871 517,573 24,630 243,518 2149,425 56,769 266,529 31,707 121,880 5,738 9,850 97,354
Investment securities and advances Total .............. 1,272,265 922,682 42,889 1435, 423 444,370 166,os18 183,565 2,937 97,223 1,600 47,109 34,696
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous debit
Items Total ....................................... 2,248,893 1,609,937 102,509 639,909 667,519 109,587 529,369 67,581 208,798 36,379 75,403 141,208
Total assets .................................. 43,583,329 31,031,290 2,108,077 11,852,467 17,070,746 3,213,552 9,338,487 1,726,345 2,990,745 1,08 4,381 621,024 2,915,992
LIABILITIES
current liabilities Total ............................ 12,115,534 9,023,579 573,606 3,322,603 5,127,370 815,076 2,276,87 423 018 741,262 354, 450 85,646 672,50
Advances payable Total ............................... 1,017,052 835,358 70,868 608,672 155,818 181,694 24698 19,7 11,653 ,500 117,506
Equipment nd other long-term obligations Total 8.569,697 5,923,231 520,139 1,728,038 3,675,054 376,946 2,269,520 413 ,38 668163 219,O2 305,378 663,7Z9
Deferred credits and reserves Total .................. 307,289 217,241 450 57,446 159,345 71,034 19,014 676 6,981 115 8,651 2,591
Capital stock and noncorporate capital Total ......... 11,259,230 7,768,944 403,685 3,458,401 3,906,58 618,658 2,871,628 523,307 728,087 271,953 159,277 1,189004
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus .................................... 513,447 471,180 654 355,498 115,028 42,267 21,033 2,829 18,405
Earned surplus ..................................... 9,801,080 6,791,757 538,675 2,321,809 3,931,273 1,331,s38 1,677,485 341,20os 826,915 206.115 50,743 252.504
Total unappropriated surplus ..................... 10,314,527 7,262,937 539,329 2,677,307 14,046,301 1,331,838 1,719,752 341,208 826,915 227,148 53,572 270,909
Total liabilities ............................. 43,583,329 31,031,290 2,108,077 11,852,467 17,070,746 3,213,552 9,338,487 1,726,345 2,990,745 1,084,381 621,o.4 2,915,992
INCOIZ STATEMENT
Carrier operating income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Intercity--Common carrier .......... 3,210,645 1,338,181 763,O94 299,262 275,825 1,065,208 807,256 36,192 334,769 436,295
Freight revenue--Intercity--Contract carrier. 101,926,705 71,315,042 3,934,431 24,032,329 43,48,382 6,031,683 24,579,980 4,672,023 1O,O96,46o 3,595,80 980,559 5,235,134
Freight revenue--Local cartage ...................... 3,897,9b 2,6140.11 131, 26 921,138 1,68227 131,371 1,125,782 11,235 87,810 2,886 571,851
All other operating revenue .................. ...... ,538,289 4,051,362 170,455 282,906 3,598,001 11,832 475,095 47,928 97,18g4 5,719 302,531 21,733
Total operating revenues ......................... 113,573,603 79,315,396 5,002,306 25,438,635 48,904,455 7,240O,094 26,988,113 5,197,378 10,281,454 3,961,178 1,283,090 6,265,013
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ............................... 17,428,722 11,996 ,208 73,491 ,405, 352 6,717,365 1,059,54 4,372,660 841,031 1,587,18 745,79 28,122 920,53 4
146:. 1,0 2, ,2 235 1 767, ,97 61,74298 5,223,169 1,706,829 4 0 3,0,8
Transportation ..................................... 57,519,719 1343 2, ,12 12345 26,57,79 2,86,7 13,267,51 2,742,983 5,223,19 1,70,2 3130,
Terminal .................................... 3,013,70 2, 45 117,377 679,6 92 1.2 576 33 1 6 ,58 5,023 355,320 92,473 7,67 125,o
Traffic .................................... 655,980 463,160 32, 62 130,178 300,520 51,907 1 ,913 16,11 39,364 16,717 3,056 65,662
Trance and safety ................... 5 ............. 5,9074 4 13.1 6 3 3,015 2,519,33 3F,150 1,305,33 25,66 1421,801 194,780 62,216 51,2 O
Ainistration and general 6710 995:2 379,693 1,921,603 2,b93,732 6 4,672 11,27, O 3 5,855 636,343 313,029 76,818 55:3 3
Total operation and maintenance expenses ......... 91,873,273 65,009,535 4,131,494 20,824,221 40,053,820 5,310,921 21,552,817 4,279,692 8,263,175 3,069,618 991,981 5,0148,351
Depreciation expense ................................... 6,481,543 4,620,251 350,703 1,803,06 2,466,542 423,015 1,438,277 226,989 5141,233 219,405 111,411 340,159
Depreciation adjustment ................................. d 1 20 d 2836 17,364 d 414. do 1 41,500 d 5 6.Oog d 9 927 d 4,207
Amortization chargeable to operations .................. 7 31 9 361 5- 4 430,816
operating taxes and licenses ........................... 6,166,617 3,868,375 289,93 2,270,912 53,2 1,761,915 389,12 602,280 264 3116
Operating rents--Net ................................... 1,0g0,o467 535,702 51,02 9,19 387,466 46,121 38,537 279,343 32 215 99,18 2,3
Total expenses ... ................................. 105,227,734 73,754,866 14,843,577 23,989,048 ,922,241 6,277,407 25,195,461 4,930,4oo 9,650,752 3,591,888 1,172,526 5,849,895
Net operating revenue ............................... 8,345,869 5,590,530 158,729 1,_449,587 3,982,214 962,687 1,792,652 266,978 630,702 369,290 110,564 1415,118

Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit ..............2....... 2,75 28,675 2,260 26,415
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ............... 3,212 2,855 25 2,830 357
Net carrier operating income ........................ 8,320,406 5,5614,710 158,729 1,447,35Z 3,958,629, 963,o44 1,792,652 266,978 630,702 369,290 110,564 415,118
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrier operations--Net ................. 157,163 113,513 3,166 91,578 i,769 16,34o 27,310 8,429 4,685 d 1,31 7,1492 8,o16
Interest income ........................................ 31,373 21,128 946 7,316 13,166 3,280 6,665 63 5,870 281 451
Dividend income ............................................ 3,895 3,895 3 95 - -
Other nonoperating income .............................. 53,517 25,65 16457 9,188 2,1411 25,1461 22,798 31 718 1.9111
Total other ordinary income ......................... 245,948 164,481 4,112 119,246 41,123 22,031 59,436 31,290 10,586 131 8,491 10,381
Gross ordinary income .............................. ...,566,354 5,729,191 162,841 1,566,598 3,999,752 985,075 1,852,088 298,268 641,288 367,978 119,055 1425,499





38 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FORTHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948

TABLE 28.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CONTRACT CARRIERS iOAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1968

Eastern district Weetern district
Item All Noew Middle Southern Ttal
districts E n England Aan Central region Western Northweestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Paoific
district region region region district region region region re ion region
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest .............................................. $537,274 $367,6 $18,6442 $1640,235 $20s,960 $16,253 $153,386 $22,923 $48,536 $30,220 $14,144 $37. 559
Amortistion of debt discount and expense .............. 3,332 2,6 2,660 692 187 20 89
Amortiation of premium on debt--Credit ................. 700 700 700
Other deductione ........................................ 143,792 95,146 10,624 17,515 67,007 12,288 36,358 9,300 12,743 7,115 790 6,410
Total deductions from ordinary income ................ 685,098 466,123 31,706 158,450 275,967 28,541 190,434 32,410 61,301 37,335 14,934 44,454
Net ordinary income .................................. 7,881,256 5,263,068 131.135 1,408,14 8 3,723,785 956,534 1,6b61,654 265,858 579,987 330,643 104,121 391,045
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary income credits ............................ 202909 189,490 4,468 42,621 142,401 753 12,666 158 258 6,572 5,678
Extrnordinary income charges .... ... 67 71,27 1 16,416 55,51 75 22,586 21,671 634 2
Delayed income credit ...................... .... ... 50 139 130 11,486 1,882 682,666 18 2,28
Delayed Income charges .............. 34,959 21,658- 9,519 12,139 11,649 1,b52 1,652
Total extraordinary income ........................... 89,533 109,403 4.598 2,8.172 76,633 d 964 8,906 d 21.61 42 4,920 7,645
Net income before income taxes ...................... 7,970,789 5,372,471 135,733 1,436,320 3,802,418 945,570 1,652,748 24,35 580,029 335,563 104,121 388,690
Income taxes / ................... ...................... 2,328,09 1,639,461 42,990 368,617 1,227,854 303,365 385,258 83,332 110,506 89,133 16,914 85,373
Net income ........................................... 5,642,705 3,733,010 92,743 1,067,703 2,572,564 642,205 1,267,690 161,013 469,523 246,430 07,207 303,317
Operating ratio ............................ (percent) 92.65 92.95 96.83 94.30 91.86 86.70 93.36 94.86 93.87 90.68 91.38 93.37
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................... $893,761 *761,861 $12,125 6298,217 $651,699 $65,000 166,900 $18,900 $23,000 $25,000
Withdrawals .............................................1,29,873 56,626 386,2 312,336 127,112 616,559 51,897 111,613 $12,701 691,036 149,312
Total dividends and withdrawals ..................... 2,188,614 1,513,043 66,751 682,657 763.835 192,112 6483,59 70,797 134,613 12,701 91,036 176,312
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at close of year:
Truck Number of unit ..................... 1,265 872 196 397 279 5 68 15 35 171
Cost............................... 3 5,72 76 $617,087 1,617,697 $6926 $5 5985 1
Truck tractors Number of unite ................ 3,46 $252 ..... 61 1,1$62,093 3 321 16591 5122
Cost .............................. 1,29,9 3,7 13,3 $1,233,315 $5,931,197 $6,181,419 $1,153,173 '3 795,3 $795,75 6,2,526 $513,591 $94,72 1,151,3
oo...................617 03 97 351 172 ,775 673 1,652 330 48 236 33 369
trailers st ........Ner ..................... $16,750,27 $12,18: 802,379 $,651, 31 $6,732,010 $1,05,598 $3,479,929 $775,355 $1,154,919 $476,213 $166,538 4906,9
Full trailers Number of units ................... ... $. .0 1991.43
-Co...................610,63 322 12 20 290 2 119 15 2 21 81
68Ot ............................$ t1,09.443 029,616 $62,632 2731,832 210,076 1295,651 81,861 63.926 173,988 4175,736
Other equipment Cost............................... 533,075 27,32 $150,818 32,99 13,516 61673 231,009 38,583 624,037 $32,229 ,591 $93,569
Total cost of all equipment owned ................. $40,153,446 $29,168,761 $2,833,213 $12,075,661 $14,239,867 $2,357,027 $8,647,678 $1,673,301 62.563,982 $1,046,809 $543,830 2,839,756
EMPLOYEES I/
Average number .......................................... .11,218 8,092 73 3,1 6 ,227 671 2655 613 810 361 97 574
Total compensation.................................. 0,59,735 $29,652,25 2,471,20 11,3722 15,808,7 2,115,52 $9,091,9 $2,253,41 $2,92,857 $1,2264o $357,180 82,29,190
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
I-evenue service:
Owned eoulpment:
In operation .................................... 5,o2 3 1,67 1,787
tUderroIng repairs ............................. 8 118 16 56 10 5 11 25 5 13
d-by....................................... 28 75 79 99 1 5 2 6 33
75 79 19 9 1 2 433
Total owned equipment ..................... 5,879 ,137 422 1,796 1,921 412 1,330 346 436 199 53 296
Leased equipment--In operation........... ..... 162 93 1 80 5 17 6 5
Purchased transportation--In operation ............ 1,228 915 12 1 754 16 297 21 16o 4 2 90
Total number of trucks and tractor in
intercity service ......................... 7,269 5,145 434 1,956 2,755 480 1,644 367 578 247 61 391
Vehfle-nlles operated in intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
LOwne vashicle. 27,871713 15 896124 10,41 ,502 53,716,39 9,862233 20, 88,102 68,389,97 15,288,618 29,225,882 11,896,37 2,35,790 9,6,23
Leased vehlcles................................. 7,17502 6 3,8866 968,60,
Purchased transportation vehicles ................ 7 9 a 4 6z 4z41,75 1 96R116
..veway ...................................... 2 7,1 076,- 19 35 3,6 7 1 6 079,6 7,7 1, ,6 ,3804 0,0 3,3 3923

Total miles operated In Interoity service
Al i v e h l l o g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 6 9 5 2 2 2 9 5 6 1 6 6 7 4 7 6 1 9 3 6 7 5 7 2 9 4 2 o 6 5 6 9 3 3 1 2 7 5 9 1 7 9 8 5 0 8 0 4 2 0 3 5 4 1 8 3 3 3 4 6 7 5 6 1 3 7 7 6 1 3 4

Tone of revenue freight earned n Intercity service .... 26,179,898 3 1,37,336 5,507,202 12,381,850 958,198 5,958,316 787,652 2,996,202 556,325 666,I1 976,234

Freight revenue from intercity service ....... "$70691 2534 2 1
eight avenue fre interety service.................. $105,137,350 172,653,223 66,697,625 *26,331,591 $63,626,207 $7,096,891 $25,387,236 $6,708,215 $10,096,60 $3,930,573 $980,559 $5,671,629

AVERIAGES
Freight revenue per intercity vehicle-mile .............. $0.303 $0.316 0.44o0 0.396 $0.277 $0.295 $0.272 $0.262 $0.228 $0.271 0.342 10.412
Expenses per Antercity vehicle-mile .................. $0.303 $0.321 $0.454 $0.390 $0.285 $0.261 10.270 0.274 $0.218 $0.248 o.og9 $0.425
Average mile Per owned vehicle per annum ............ 42,162 38,432 24,681 29,942 49,382 49,728 51,421 44,187 67,032 59,781 44,072 32,577


4 Oredit or other reverse item.
oe not m neude icme txes applieabl.e to sole proprietorships end partnership. See ntroductory tp o 8t inlde drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform Purhae
/ Tot oe g (eI lding deprention, mtr-ation, opePa ing taxe and rents) divided by total ,/ asl80 fI eg Include expenses of operating vehicles in inter ity and in looal services whioh
psoat Ing *n e RO eeperable. ComparIon of average revenue and expenses per intereity vehlole-mile are
theo ree subject to qualifioation, particularly where the local revenue Is a large part of the





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CAREERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DEMER 31, 194603

TABlS 29.-OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS6 ENGAGE IN INTERCITY SERVICE REPORTING REVENUE ION-MILES
(Thoes0e 000 00e.0 we 10,~dd tables 16, 26. and 27)
BY DISTRICT A240 REGION, 196

A. __ COMM0N CARRIERS

comon~~~~~~~~~~~oa meo 00 a~ir r Tta 000 nr~r f Ttl 00 aroeo oa e
O~OI~ fTotal of co' mm.o fba
Total narrira of 00140 thoR 0000t ge orn eoeoj cor o f othr ha o tio Ownerp of oter than MTon= .lr t oOrer f Ttl ~ .
000100 oho than n oooo gonero). Eea toae gnrl0 aroe ~ eta .re' ,rl b

It 0,0 fegh Eastern district


All district. Eastern district, Total Now England reglo Middle Atlantic r0g100 Central regionSot..rg n

Number of carrier rpr ..ooeo ...........16473 1,067 406 004 672 212 16;2 139 23 357 265 92 365 264 97 159 112 47
Average number of truoks and tractor. u006 In loonoty
_1d, '13t-t 4,6s,6 2,720 3,620 3.196 862614 21&686.7 138J ,8 4
,on 35 1 Z 11,3 442 : 11192
1,902qop~fl 2O,6' 5,95 1656 0,77 6,s27 190 150 119 39
Stod-.r . . . . 17 11 741 1,17 41 52 15 120 37 3,3 36 219 32,0SO30U0
0Stand00y ...0.001....0.......... 1,2 7 3- 9_ I2 20 10 27
Total oned eqalpment. ........ ....39,155 29,367 9,7S 22,760 17,365 5,395 3,994 3,506 690 9,153 6,631 2,522 9,613 7,230 2,303 4,5 3.3446 sag
Lend qlp~l-0opO~lO . . ,50 12 01 2154 1 4 5 9. 3 7 0 3 372 127 1,010 1,376 442 1201
1,01 ____________ opertio ....-... 5 30 12,067 5766,493 1,670725
Porchse~d tranaporttion-la operation .....210 13
Total ...........................02,931 43,256 19,677 4o,945 27,555 13.390 6 ,3 79 3,700 591 13,060 9,587 3,61 23,690 14,1M0 9,319 5,953 ,631,9
Nuer of aovenue truck. and tractor, own0d at cosoe 2,1 .7 ,9 ,0 12 2
~o r ........ ............. 66,753 53,750 10,995 35.197 910 609 5,550 699 551 13,636 10,007 2,027 16,013 13,310 2.701 ,06.890
Vehicle 001e0 o~orated in intercity revenueervice11,4 60 9,6
00006adan 0011- . ,7,6,7 1,t2 ):3 3 9 39 7,196,132 207,006,265 120,063,075 1.0700 15,99565 39,3,0 269,523,612 90,615,010 44o,k16,619 339:.003,120 100,593,7 0 38,906,o 7 190,609,001 66,09607
(oSlod 00 0l01,) ....... 1,7,6,6 42,13p,oZ "3,02001,90971 97079 93,90 J ,010 17,166,305 109417 900 53 ,32 111,3,2 4 1,900,0
0-ee,. ........... :: ....... 67,1,20 1, 107:'893:672 67,133,0 20.759,763 17,9 1~ 9 565,6 127, 1 31 89 3' 654,0 99378,4 01 327 ,5 07, 07,2 98 5 0302
299. 6I10 ,9.4, 65,933,1 77 l716,9 1 11______279,_1__3,_8L71 __39
Der ,ao..... . . .... 150192,020 20,560 158,171,M6 15,679 15,600 154,230,169 1,6'07,9 5 1,607,965 15,071,707 05,0 15,056,107 137,556,117 137,556.117 0,100, 39 2,100,633
Total m1l00 operated In intercity service -4 7,9? !0 2 ,156 5, 695
011 Inhile.1 ... .......... ... 3,317,376,019 2,244,499,93? 1,072,879,590 1,966,531,031 .257603 709,254,970 160,6076 125,302,797 22,965,972 556,960,057. 393,666,555 161,297,502 1,261,301,005 736,309,501 525,011,506 359200 8,1,99 5,0,9
Tea. of reven00 freight caried in 100000112 a0...0I.. 12,.139,735 03,207,633 60,252,3021 6 0,577,970 I386,4 ,1732 0,020,573 6,666,66 2,376,109 29,647,763 17,936,056 11,711,9 64 104,109,662 29, 513,726 10,595,930 11,721,610 7, 5 39.706 4,17,906 To -n -I0000lty r000000 freight ? 3........20,566,530,S76 21,366s65 992 7 217,952,320 1 190,603,5M3 1215326, 40 1,071,020,011 929,056,992 142,771,619 560,267 919 3 952 0253 101' 0 5,9 1006506,013 71616 100 1922,320, 633 3 03,0759,0 07,075.60 64,640
Pro rgotore 10001 0000100. . . 6 1,670,913,630 $1,143,29091 9 3?7,616,002 075,966510 12 3,2 6211,021,62 306,753,060 $76,490,661 30,256,607 1277,449:091 6227:641,995 09907,196 2513,762,351 359,982,690 153,759,659 6169,050.900 W10,650,500 924,598,376 00000000nse (including depreciatioa nd00 operating 16c6oo 2.P.7
t3 sa nd0 rents) .................. 1,600,300,077 1,079,150,623 321,222,256 037,112,172 620,109.192 209,002,90 26,116,669 75,536,519. 6,502,130 267,160,956 217,192,731 49,976,295 605,026,567 335,301,960 150,666,605 139,033,016 11.0,6 0,0,7
AVERAGES

Frneigh reeu Po r intercity veloOnicia-mi................ ..6213 0 3100 0.99 02613.503 05.66 0. 0.07 0.151 .9 L 0.005662 a0 4
,. .. 000120001 ..... 001. .53 0 .:O 50990 00 907 0.003 0.0 02 005 0.70.6003 .501056 01
Ep ss- Pe00 In000011y vehc-le 1/21 0.400 0.06 o.21 0:0302 6 0 7 003 a 0 0 011 531 .551 0.3093 0G61 0 ~ '~
onainPer Itercioty toolole-ol 3o g loa)0505,6 95 0 .3.56 0.05215 0.50.076 7.6 0.50 15.05oo 9o !54 nj643 ,..5,. .. 6
To-mle 9, 0.60302 9.60 5.6 7.03Z0 .22 9.00 10.06 6.75 j.04.3 5.57 0.8
0 to)0000 ol2/.............216 256 16020 223 156 10 1666017 220 93 0603 032 200 35
Average.011, Po 4no 0400pr00 7,816 40,665 6,6 39,967 60,37 30,370 32,259 30,205 32,666 37,11- 37,3 35416,17,2002 42,21 57.690 57,'65700


WsendsrcTtlNorthwestern region Kid-Sfowt..o region Southwoestern region Rooky Mtountain 00g1o0 Pcaofi rog3,on

Number0 of car01e00 reprnested ..........6....... 30 223 167 62 53 9 701 65 13 97 60 37 45 27 is 160 70 70.
Average 0,0500 of 00006, and tractors u006ed intntcty

0wnedeu erat:l . . 1,6 7,97 3151,600 1,553 135 1.011 1,521 290 3,13 2,251 007 976 7a 242 3,520 1,881, 1,640
Onderon -b500i00100 31io ; ar ..........507 367 lo000267 59 01 1063 ~ 1210 103 5
Stand-by.......................... 592 362 250 07 30 9 07 73 16 163 106 57 35 22 132
Total owned equipmentt ........ 12,266 8,656 3,56 1,027 1,671 156 1,965 1.653 310 3.442 2,463 979 1,067 g0o 267 3,939 2,069 1,870
Le00,6 eqolpment--In operon ............. 1,003 665 610 26 73 176 ill 00 03 505 361 166 51 20 31 167 44 6
Poo~adtonpralo--0oooto 270 .1 7502 212 24 1,032. 970 50 367 171 196 36 06 050 735 627
Total ........ ........ 16,033 11,236 6,797 2,318 1,962 356 3,106 2,719 369 4,316 2,995 10319 1,652 9064 548 6,061 2,656 R,105
Number of 00v0000 trucks and tractorsow0000 at 01000119 1,946106 295 7,025 5,231 .?
f yoar _............................. 22,659 10,657 3,996 3,369 3,16610 3,665 3,326 339 6,266 5,0711191.61,9

~(_'t 1006 nd 00012y): 866 2 1 94 2 1 1_OI39 30761
hno 0110 760152 51.3,1 109,729,790 11,02,2 91,060,29 10002660 113,330,659 97,770.696 15,559,769 190,232,510 166,605,643 51,726,67 0,665 6713,51 196306 0,0913 3,9,69 30786
i~~n~72 00110 . . . 7 ,520 67982 2561,7 15,65,3 36,205 7,5505 0.o 3606,3 26l0 ~ 93610 60 2:022:9, :446,0 1166: 9,6,3 1,875,078
L.:~'V111,971,966 6,5 07 951,623 0 ,6 3 049I 2, ~0,17 :1 26,0 61,007,60 ........ .....2: :S 8 5 92 jM ?R 1,
Porlned r tiooOnO,01111..717,03761 16,2067 0,630170,675706,6029 ,07,1,o,2O7,35,66,10581,575651,0175709647001,97 ,55 7,69 I 0,6513 2,00,3 1,55,9
001,000ay .......... 1957,610 4,90 1,952,650 1957,610 6,90a 1, 52
Totalllen op:rated 10 Intercity 0000ic0 -1,i,9 70591 4,6,9 7,3,5 6,5,4 0.7,1
A11 00000100 ........._......... 976,056,100 709,037,191 267,016,917 135,935,40.1 112.o77'20 23,661,672 125,666,275 166,306,329 21,277,96 260,510,206 106.676,112 73,036,0964 1,1.9 70591 6,6,9 7,3,5 6,5,6 0,7,1
405434,3 .27,703,211 bo 1,6 5 :,,10-.MAI ..... 10,27 1 0 3
T850 of r0000u0 freight c0r0100 1n Intercity service i/. ,060,167 21,5 43 17,922,666 7,0461 ~ 40~,~ S50,'* ? 195.. p,95 5,77794 13 ,4,22,790 3,1,037,190 70W T6 E31. 3 o57,5 1 ,36,664412803,
To~~~23 11ia 1Itriyrvnefegt9 2541 6692 tg45139 1; ,310 7 014, 1 '
46571'10 6 70,636 .2,657 10916 1137 l d 02,677,107 92,394,1 9 $20,203,030 051,66515 :050,67, 0 0$100410,577 1 06,0 '16I
~fel~ 0..0...000120000 ...... 0 2 600 995 ,069,59,3275 11.2.96 823. 67 3'5,016 , 90,1,7
I t re enue--20001 0000000t ervioe1 .. 055...... 63:1,1 345337 4N 14: 0 93,76,, $,770?2 105,72,1103,42 96e
Total expenses (inclading depreciation and operating 24,1 035.5, 99, o:: 6161,11 770.,
tak0s 002 00000)......... ... 6423,635,091 336,661,391 00.96.,300 b4,915,371 5s,769,29 b,065,562 73,144,202 67,345,162 5,799,120 96,913,553 76,003,193 00,090,360 67,520,003 35,278.086 10,6,126,3,0 60691 6,9,6


Prol a pe 100001ve06n10-110er. ..ntercity24 v0.976 106l0 ; 0311 ..0............0360 .560 0.007 9.069s90.606.900:140.373 .0600 50*6 :0.
Pe 10 000 12 00- 010 2/ .6166 .3310 0.76 1 1.50,9736 2555 41 0.5 7 0 0 1639 'go 19 ~ O~ 20 0303 8 :M.505. 6 0
)noerag lod / .56 006606 6 0.0355 0607 601 s0 6.0910053 00103 19
!~S2lo ~ l.00tO~no01 ............ 9.20 935.91707 19.0 7.67 0. .267 0.32 11.0 0.73o
expense Per0 47 407~60611 0005,5 173 50,930 5576 56,96 011 5707 59,167 6907 57 925,0 5223 0,110 0390 6 707 3 56,I 9 0643.3 0 R9 7
000foraIn oet veapceteomo oa tn .. 0..10100.. in3 10000010b and In320 a00 Eo035~ 1hn 4100
Peroo t qolf on~ pH Elo ol 1o. 0:0M 1000 00000 1355 .02 100 ato 6 0110000

(avgohul1 er ge by ul d22din 303oo 135-ale by7 2o2 of 40. 0 2000 fr6h o111wed. ,9





40 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 29.--OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE REPORTING REVENUE TON-MILES
(These carriers are included in table 28)
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194
B. -- CONTRACT CARRIERS


Eastern district Western district
Item All Tota ew e Southern Tot Rocky
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pac
district region region region district region region region region r
Number of carriers represented ......................... 180 123 10 61 52 13 44 6 15 7 14
Average number of trucks and tractors used in intercity
revenue service:
Owned equipment:
In operation .................................. 4,598 3,241 307 1,522 1, 412 315 1,042 325 310 170 48.
Undergoing repairs .................................146 9 46 41 6 52 10 25 5 1
Stand-by ....................................... 2.. 1 3 7 71 65 14 86 53 2 4
Total owned equipment .................... 4,995 3,480 323 1,639 1,519 335 1,180 335 388 177 53
Leased equipment--In operation ................... 66 50 9 41 16 2 4 6
Purchased transportation--In operation ........... 129 9 131 689 16 2146 15 12M 18 2
Total .......................................... ....... b,152 4,359 332 1,779 2,248 351 1,442 350 518 199 61
Number of revenue trucks and tractors owned at close
of year .................................. I ........... 5,479 3,755 356 1,663 1,736 365 1,359 337 451 208 53
Vehicle miles operated in Intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles .................................. 209,637,700 129,955,723 9,523,422 49,732,758 71,699,543 17,115,210 62,566,767 14,991,729 26,979,548 10,876,229 2,035,790 7,39
Leased vehicles .................................. 3,814,758 2,846,150 17,024 176,084 2,653,042 968,608 79,382 221,993 422,164 24
Purchased transportation vehicles ................ 57,342,682 37,939,879 208,426 4,915,351 32,816,102 1,176,b6J 18,226,139 781,396 12,825,b91 1,516,812 109,902 2,99
Driveaway ........................................ 24,470,814 20,767,688 1,515,259 19,252,429 516,824 3,186,302 1,522,191 1,052,829 46,963
Total miles operated in intercity service
All vehicles ............................... 295,265,954 191,509,440 8,748,972 56,339,452 126,1421,llb 18,808,b98 84,947,816 17,295,315 40,937,450 12,bbl,997 2,867,856 11,1,
Tons of revenue freight carried in intercity service 18,790,128 12,660,895 i,00,l428 4,778,194 6,782,283 770,997 5,358,236 734,582 2,815,067 438,171 644,I01 72
Ton-miles Intercity revenue freight J..............2,302,793,422 1,36,689,076 56,321,567 395,599,271 984,768,238 101,893,270 764,211,076 107,084,926 454,333,701 69,573,824 29,816,273 103,10
Freight revenue Intercity service .................... $87,565,953 $60,124,998 $3,924,465 $22,084,153 $34,116,380 $4,799,608 $22,641,347 $4,539,703 $9,344,779 $3,239,053 $980,559 $0,537
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) /.............................. $8,050,687 $61,177,740 $3,952,811 $21,758,720 $35,466,209 $4,311,843 $22,561,04 $4,759,220 $8,941,180 $2,939,533 $1,172,526 $4,748,t
AVERAGES
Freight revenue Per intercity vehicle-mile ........ $0.29657 0.31395 0. 44.57 $0.39198 80.26986 0.2551 80.26653 10.26248 10.22827 $0.25581 *0.34191 0.4
Per interc ty ton-mile . . . ..0.03803 $0.O1485 0.06968 0.05582 0346 14 0.0 1 710 0. 2963 $0. 0O239 .02057 0.0 4656 O.03289
E Per ntercity ton -mile /................ .. 92 00-3621 0..251 .2181 0.23215 0.40885
Expenses Per intercity vehicle-mile ............... .0382 258 0.07018 0.0301 0.01422 0.02952 0. o 0
Ton-miles Per intercity vehicle-mile (average load) 7.0 7.50 6.44 7.02 .2 0 6.1 11.10 0 .4 0.0
7.0750611 701.7 .4 900611.0 5.9 10.1409
Per ton (average haul) / .................. 1231 132 1543
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum............141,970 37314 51 83 J13 143 ,1 161 159 46
4190 734 26,388 30,3143 47,233 51,090 53,023 144, 751 69,535 6 1,4lug 144,072 32,
In many Instances the ton-miles reported were designated as Average load is based on both tripe with load and trips without load and is derived by

1/I ay ntne h o-mlsrpre eedsgae a s imated.R dividing revenue ton-miles by intercity vehicle-miles.
Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local services which are not _/ Average haul is derived by dividing revenue ton-miles by tons of intercity revenue freight
separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehicle-mile are therefore carried.
subJeot to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOT0R CARRIERS Of PROPERTY NOR THE YEAR EDGED =I0N=2 31. 19540 4
TABUO 30.-ASTACT ON SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS I INDIVIDUAL 0010(01 CARRIERS 0F GENERAL. FREIGHT S00UM IN INTERCITY0 SERVI0E HAVING, 0720072 REVENUES 0VER $1,000.000. 19149
BY DISTRICT AnD REGION


or- oyp Nil. 80..00 (not Freight coic.. (I"oodo Not 000 AfltSV to loterolty renenic. n
of.ofcrre Icldiog iotoroity d.pcioio nco r fter "ba44. Totol _______ ,n 2ear
0.ofcrlrrr itangibltrc cAll". Total ti petig Inoom (oiddle Pcopenco DOwod.Ttlr-o Tta
ropro proopeoot. Ccoon Cotatsto Ttl t... and 1.0.0 0. of month tio. Cood Laact t-r.. Total V.16. -ehile .r..T
.r.. cty carrier tarrn. not.) 00=0. v___________ ___crttico P-%rtic..o

Al ditrict total.. .. 302 $2614,090.459 $027.330.643 $706,060 $6.90933 $035,026,606 $7714.205.622 $60,1430.090 $37.377.55S 99.1437 $325,873.402 17.1415 1.970 c,906 28,191 1~1022.5o1A 113,603,397 54 97350 1-61.6,2.11 404 $0.16
.00cm" district total. ...... 166 135.131.145 457,6&1.128 122.66 3.674.754 461,1481.748 42$,1441,515 32.999.461 20.132.073 52.1463 176,606.oo5 9.223 1.239 6,617 17,079 450,172.650 67.,4614.170 3714-039,376 092.1476.198 .513 .1430
X.. Engloa region .... ........ 15 9 9014.301 26.8714,215 67.246 231.1496 27.172,957 26.339.240 833.6142 404.605 14,114 13.511242 903 16 05 1 7 36.000.90 373,967 14,172,947 I42,547,81 .633~c
MidleAiooicreoo.. ..6 14,73.01 14.96.71 5562 230.52 14g,269.919 137,8714.072 10.373.557 6.350.809 10.132 50.144.613 53 63 1 .5 ?,74 121362 5.3361433 97.990,55 255,3. .52 .540
Mietl aein~i ............ 56 7614.73 214.903.36.7.1573 26.3502 06227043 1,926273.60199 3021 11.60.50 495210 4. 5 1.71 6,17,61 6173,70 21.0307.!.5 16o5 .40
8thorn regln.n................ 36 3.723714 914,6614.972 14.565 94753.537 07.0143,559 7,675.206 4,627,791 11.,W1 314,349.511 2.143 76 7140 2.967 139.016.020 5,2147.568 65.E19.908 210.893,4g6 .145 .413
inste=n district total........ 100 99.0142 ,910 275,041,3943 503,3914 3,166.64 270.791.401 259.720,549 19,755.743 12.617.734 35,557 114,917,906 6.049 555 1.541 0,1145 1412.333.534 140.091.659 101.316,064 9.,17 .1497 16
Ocrtheooi~ erc ....00....... 23 13,985,001 46.4U3,037 6o,1143 2142,1403 46,755.593 44:91461 2.363.553 1.353,654 6,569 21.150,160 1,172 69 154 1:395 67,1114.902 3.300,561 12.370.737 00,7914,000 .56L, 95
Hid-W ctrn region ........... 1 is- 13.770,019 49,714.4319 iT36.363 50,120.602 46.970.193 2.9314.050 1.032,216 6,010 19,017107 1.032 09 770 1.031 67.L102.10 .6 145,914.202 16,312,475 .4209 .0
5coihccoio-rcg no............ 20 2 6.69,414 60.926,64s 759,59F 69,6062&6 64,061.569 5,5314.397 3: 944y 10 ,216 2903.,414 1.900 337 151 2,300 119.71T.651 E20.10.44 12.579.72h ~ 156.705,001 .4L .409
000442 cooccln r. .0............ 10 12,700,529 33.000,850 W 0,219 33,766,077 30,OS1.006 3,6714,191 2.2161413 3.091 13.067,191 619 16 1 716 50:1517 1.1149,96 7.757.126 67. 58,439 .1490 .4464
Pifcego. . 21 31,909,121 76,03614s1 523,051 1,0,41 79,1,62,813 73,703.239 5,24,544 3,321.009 10,063 31,015,036 1,326 1014 305 1015 99 57,551 8,692.573 23,006,275 131.610 .959 .599
000 ENGLAND2 R20I00
0A C. Motor Traottion Co., Inc....... 3 902 539.1449 1,0150142 .. 1,015042 1.700.1L17 26,629 16,926 267 855,968 147 9 11 67 2,1413,02T 110.350 250.001 2:776:250 .614t
0 .; XoPreso Cc.. Io.... .... A 2.50 1.607,717 4,012,063 5,772 14.17.3 3,702,321 315,51 16321 5 ,3,1 100 10 53.63- 23 5373.9 .7 .9
C0001 M40tcr Transportation Co.. to. 4 ,46 37,1U,5,2 3,905 1.0167 1,3,3 2592 11,0 1014 60,931 73 3 1,775,295 .. 2000 1.77L.295 .95~ .595
PalIn Motor Tccocpr'o .c.,.... 2a 68 314,714 10. j 03 1o16,914 33,700 1,160,714 1.090,660 50.106 30,76g 161 14,142 57 1 50 2.725.109 15:,1g4 2.923,303 .390 .33
.00c. 70r ?r'i~i.. t 39360 1,9,1 ,o66 1,1136 1,1114.3 A 12.691 d 275.101 11413 :14304 33 5 30 1.157941 3514,742 1.512,683 .707 73
Hooad TrecooIct u., I....A 1.22 3314.329 1.007.61 Ig 190 1,20.2 986,553 20.75 057 90 376.730 5 1~ 19 1,005,.000 1,326,"o14 .760 .714
.. rdB.. In.! .... ........ B 1.280 751,321 log3011 1 19 ,113.153 1,030g,49 74.651 3.2 155 500.905 31 31 1.031.450 052 570 1,032.872 .607 .6
10.~~~~~ ~~~ Trocortaio c. . A 1,6 15029 4,219.674 4,213,601 3,950.207 2611474 165.915 6141 1956,565 93 101 91302- 32.20506 c
nm~ motor rreight:................. 2B 1.1475 43.259 1.060.309 9,734 1,07004' 1.151,37 0 264 a 0'0 1~ 40 21 .0r231593 '9
ceook roonpciil OCc.... ......... A 1,431907,34 1,2214,206 00 1 224: 1.217, 2 4704 0 3 7 6 132,2 105317 326.60 1,993 .596 .723
1 1.24 146 7,,. E 112 164 519.640 1 0 149 1.545.273 502.6020793 .9 .91
St onbr rcigC. n ........... A 2,7 7E:33 2,209,1140 go9 2.20",230 2.130.721 70.509 32,609 3140 1.155.215 93 4 15T 6L 4 1,57,931 .531 91
5-or -gtL.. n... ....I........ A 1,906 00 2,021,556 4,023 2,025,577 2,033.117 4 7,5407 d 312 1,116,321 70 14 20 N 2,601.3r2 151,900 166~32 2.7 9.774 72 .726
.1. Cc.., A0......................... 2a 11 67.1490 9,17 144,140 1.133,50a 1,133.55 d~ Z101d 7 197 6147.656 76 1 6 1.379,164 -17514 .17 .2
101o Cc.. H. P. ................ ,3 1,5 16g21 33,146 60,5950 1.776,060 1,5003 1,25 1120 29 963.T65 60 2 2.091,900 3,613 107.719 3,003,320 .557 .970

1l Diat.s Freight0, Ic.................. 4,605 1,372,1467 5,00.601 5,011 5,005,692 4.530,070 4Z5.6114 363.000 169 701,071 22 117 13 1.17325 7163,0 1.3.6 .6o5
Ape Xopreco, I ............. A 755 5614,700 1,260,500 1,260.500 1,19105 6701 2752 14 0,0 5 2 10, 36.000 3.1432 1.906.619 .661 .2
A. -fatrd Transport, Inc. (Smc York) ....... A 22.350 11.170,750 25,2614.730 55,620 114.070 25.335,220 2360,.41s 1.6514,010 9314.697 3,535 11.161,076 675 120 795 146.755,0006 7. E077 54.111.665 1 .14 14308
Atlanio Freight Li..., I ................ C 205,020 1,92591 36644 1,02,600 1,002,744 19:91g4 23,96 30 70.750 175 175 U .01,233 5,601.233 .326 .320
timoro Trceofrr Co. of Baltimore City ..... A 501 2, 09216 2,364 409. 50 2,020,149 2.560,105 P37,960 16,475 612 10754 05 1 52 3.5017 60.239 3,592.556 .4451 .0
01B 0,, Inc. 2 4.200 502,225 1 ,4i8 3 'Z'84 12 910263 233,7514 -210 1,1419,964 1,203,676 136,0 1 132 146430 4 16 9 14 ,14.917 10.6231 2,9.1 .47643
Syr. M000r Lin . ... ... 2,33 177.1461 1,51395 915159 1.5:,5 1,35,11 107.7140 11279 12 49o,12 1 7 3 1,493011 00097 1 2.60.130 .614 .95
Branc Mtor bopr... Co. ::. .... ....... A 1.670 906,654 2.966':97 -- 2,96407 2,700,203 101,611 1014,100 1436 1,511,702 s0o 14 51 2.199,292 4926 2,600,510 1.103 1.034
Brock. Trnortaiion Go., Inc.... ......... A 1,564 1.022.033 3,230,025 1,362 3,21317 2,992,415 230,972 1144,994 1490 1.656140 102 102 9,65807 -5,261 5.663,3J48 .570 .522
Chicgo Eopr..., Ic ............. 2 2.1422 350.308 2.605.022 5 :6105,907 2,1470.649 113,750 71,765 93 350.375 10 70 so 1.00000 .100.000 %.100.000 .2s14 .270
Contio ctal Trcooportotion, Lines, Ic........ 23 3,667 1.030.147 1.665.016 2,1411 1.660.057 4,111,020 557,229 335,600 207 1.160,515 7 102 109 1 492,000 7 796T1471 0.1459,1471 .552 .4s6
D~c., cc. N.7.. ... ..2 914 07.141 3252512- 100 3,253,q95 3,222,805 31,110 15,924 520 1,076,717 ill 4 11 ,5,0 9663,391.091 .971 .6
lec00c rogi.Oo ...... 0 1410210 2,105,696 1,51 2,107,290 1.910.001 196.1409 120,'551 7 201043 3 133 13 3.320 .30035610 .599 .543
D000.0. Troomfer & Storage Cc..... ...... A 1,367 2,115,165 3,51,279 40,51 4.162,263 3,0714,553 207.710 166,511 65 2.256.37 103 9 112 1.741.022 o 14101 .153.639 .723 .752
D-19 Trmportotico ................ A 1,175 376.500 1,379.152 9 ,117 i1330.,569 1,326.071 61.44s 30,976 174 66917 3 9 39 15993-24 1,323I .01 .6
Itor Motor Dispatch. I .............. 2B 3.130 360.539 1,366,092 3,597 1.350,1409 1,260,760 01,745 51,730 97 23,030 4 2,269,905 2,69905 .5993 .559
horTooog c .. . 53 27,6 124,91 -- 1,2142.921 1,130,622 10.319 55,660 213 620,71 93 1 8 3 .37.120 344,000 1,073,0 .661V4 .4400
no 4Nlieo c .. A 56 36,327 1,3014,201 -56 1,320,337 1,2631421 40,316 27,1491 15 652,723 143 1 1 15 1,9m1519 13,907 176T 2,003.106 1 .651 .631
onftd Yrcwoing, In.c.. .............. C 019,300 1,259.000 g 0h 1.299,120 1,236,620 62,536 10,123 111 357.676 50 14 1014 2,1140,39 510,000 2,650,03 .465
if on OcotCc 2073 62604 1 ,666-- 1,965.666 1,7s7,667 177,999 111,502 331 236219 57 2 :02090,05 14,160 20,7194 21503 .2 0
,1. N-t Toh-Pitc.onigh otoir Reprems, Ind. A.. 59 .666 1,229,317 1.6 1,3,0 1,103,901 12,0 7.1 1 317,62 1 5 2 919,760 10,520 0,7 1,933,667 .636 .571
glw or. 10.,Ic.. .. 1,55 1,295,756 2,1450,016 430,547 2,0933 26145,886 0143,1477 151,012 57 15305 55 15.523,0 725 6,07505.5
0000. Motor Co., I ................... A 297 3 1,70 1,1410,3514 12,007 1,142241 1.266:239 157,002 02,014 151 57.2 .. 24 4 1,1429,302 102,172 1.611,417 .75 1.8
.0ccme Brea. Freight Lin.Ion c........... 2 ,2 1,27,423 6,920,075 .. 17.500 6,9146375 6,606,177 310,9 19251 550 1,30,700 207 207 .. 11,1426,1423 11,1426, 43 .6r6 .59
actor Transprtainc .o......... 0R 631 519,611 1,6310 21,112 1,7114.593 1,6214,309 50214 50,145 25 790,770 30 10 5 1,50,49 6060 2130212,9 71
lerty Motor Freight Line,, Ic...... .A 2,59 52,5 ,347- 90 22575 2,0091 16000 7,1 121 390,614 1006 61A ,0647 5,0061479 .355 36
Li001, Storage & Carting, Ito. (Neh.1-Deo3,910 ,17 33,0A,25l0 27062,6,55 164055 12.0N3,74 27 6461182 5 1,6,14 9,33215.69704 .6
boo lic.,. 1,.,, Vi0cr................ A 06 43,0 1,306,136 66 250 1.552,306 1,136,647 115,79 67:59 26 01?14 2 5 32 1,376099 350, 205173404 .99 05
oneuss Troeporion, Co .....I............ A 061 '06.200 1,966.0714 1092 j\ 1,965,166 1,1120 4110 6,3 2147 50,005 66 14 1 71 2.325,366 258.030 47025011 .759 .5014
Ac cto v Lp .......nI............... A 1,33 356,574 1,29,:65 1,713 1,291,370 1,213,405 77,095 76,143 13 14.5 25 25 50111.7 106i 2,1,2A.0 0.
*01 halr.tio Transptation Co., Inc ....... A 4,670 002.092 3,660 0362910 3,3.234955 2079 17 66,1 15 5 0 10 1,1,7 62459 6,73 .560 14
00cm Feecofor C..,. Ihe................ A 712 39,000 1,543,213 50,690 1,593,903 1,55990 47,95 30,93 256 54 60 10 70 1,3714,589 66,647 90,650 1,939,00 D.02 1,0014
OtrFe~t Nore................... A 147 1.290.536 2,375 10,037 2,146.:912 2,170,256 314,656 109,371 309 1050,679 60 Is 60 2,1.2 1,003 2.020,105 .022 .772
000c otr Lne.m..... ...... ......... 0B 1,53 532.756 1.600.735 232 1 .140967 1,251,6o0 109,363 112.276 173 5.601 38 3 141 2,6:N4533 7141.91 3,306.107 .425 .70
cc~ro. Trocmprttitn Co.,n. .A 1,193 03,19 21562- 1,200 2,136,002 1,0957,527 279,355 167,214 265 912,245 51 9 60 3,210.103 .. 56603,744,583 .570 .49
Be Yock &0. Oronnol Auto Expreso I0..It. ... A 512 00,076 1,59.409 -91 1,559,500 1,510,:961 4a,539 36,531. 252 050,181 01 9 9 102 1,517,493 153.201 366,300 2,020,99 .763 .7Z
.gr Motor O.precm. Inc................ A 307 7.14 197,0- 7,99 1.65 2.0 1.001.33 10.767 12,065 200 751,710 25 1 11 3 1,020,700o 2,001o 912.5 2.710.959 .91 .61
0010,k T oer Ct., Ic ................ A 2,679 R914 2.113.909- 1 :5 210.7 2,005,14 120,526 51,091 250 676,051 U42 014 66 3,739- 1.210,36 9,197,736 .1 306
rc0 kloinog Co. ................2 3,577 330.760 1,1465,601 1,165601 1,1456,676 0,925 526 19 53.47 514 7 61 1,953,060 214,106 536.516 2,514,516 .503 .579
r ori F0r eight Corp.-....I......... A 303 710,395 2,117,1430 2,145 2,119,005 2.0015 1141,070 14,651, 11 1,301,133 39 39 1,32,159 13,96 1,376,120 .3 1.511
O oo 27c..L~e.ofAuor. no . A 797 975.600 3,1471,374 30 3.1471,670 3.21E7,590 2100 133.597 600 1,707,202 55 2 57 3,90.1314,5 4~14,o 00 .0
olrd Mto Fegh Lne.. .A 3,67 31,73 1,2523 -- 1,025,237 1,214731 d 21,1 309 104 1410,1431 60 6 2 2,0,5 2600,145 .383 .390
drcMotor Lt..., Ic ..............A441 40,6? 160,41 1,30 114R957.1114130 0,10 1,14 20 70,41 095 3 ,174936,91500J,40,00 .00.5
Serag. Tro Loc. 20...........0 ........ 2 011 23,07 1,6)7.732 2,1t39 ,6140,167 1,95,020 135,163 62,075 206 613,596 72 14 36 7P
Shroiher roking Ic .................. D 5,062 560,12 144. 35 2.5140,570 22162 3,3,%0 25 114114,s. 3.765 51R35
T_ 6,721 301.857 2: 0.09 168 622,552 6 TT7 12 12:40. ,5,22 .0
Bot Trkibo Co.. 10................ D 277,g26 1,139.4b 7Z 070 11015.-,.~5 2 70 9 :0
Shot. borEc6. A 18746210.9 1,003,100 79,007 40 73 261,642 31 9 40 ,,20' 22 2.00.0
506.303 1,1,71:0967 1.620,838 1.5307 9076 77,951 320 1,026,510 60 6 0,0.2 -,170 750 .
Shipper~ Prright FoorigC. A 3.1433 222.119 1,143,102 5 19690 1,150,000 9 14 163,016 121.979 57 105,113 61 61 1 ,976,946 1._76946 .7 .503
00km MtorMotor cft .. ....A 2.700 1,112..2.52014,.9.....,0114,60.14,05,519 219,10 11620726762,041.66 150447 1503751,,W5,17 55,20264,363603 9 .50.92 .934 .90
.~h' Treansfer Co. (Vigob) .. A 60 4900,61 1,081,631V 13,01 10767 1,7523g4 75,090 46,441 16 523608 53 53 1 -0 5 3.15,3 3,1.3M .s16 .79
ee h Done,) ............ A 1 54 60,260 1,1474,29 1,14714,295 1.us:61 197611 123,3 19I 7430g6o 744 1,006,31 -3.14,039 .57 7 9
Ward Trucking Corp. ................. A 2.17 11.03 9,13 2- 451
Wetstern nem O .,,,,,,,,,,o.,.,......,,.AI2617 140,616......9.....,12.1.147073914,90A204,115 15,61 536 O .63,73,2946390901401410 21424,65 .47..32
.0150. n~mprtIc. .. .. A ,00 49530 3219.14 1,6 3,5111 3,1.1 140,509 2600 2 1423 142 12 14,260.035 6,097X .537
532?6 315 106,635 1.3103 9 3
1.17a r.nt0. .............. A 450 3265 1,652 % 1, 256 1:179.5wo 64,906 0l: 1l 267 760,301 75 13 3 9 ,4151 1193 2,9 ,0,11 76 .5
coe ielo. 5,9101 1426,6,25 2.150,19 ?,20,302 2,10.497 2,9009 07,675 51.637 192 5,761 02 I6g10s 114410 6- 2,763,005390,9 .991 .50
070k M04or Express Co ................. A 1,39 .167,672 3,906,93;- ,0 3.909,019 34014,23 1214702 913 76 2,513,31 140 1 160 3:,0095 157.56 T,43 3.983,393 .91 95
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Akvcc Yacaeretee c. . . 70 97.66 1.56426 3,5 1,159.922 1.152,370 155214 91 162 6979 52 1 2 95 1.0,.2 3,40 5,60 1.951 .62 .0
lke..haacTccprtteeC.* e . . 4012 332.733 1.287,501 158 1.889,049 1.732.855 15611 1~62 9 7.50 15 52 67 787,671 3:955.1 1..,3 .49 .
American Ocricki arp eep .... .... B 2 .479 203,621 1,275.100 172 1:275,22 1.2311 14,785 e'9193 10.21 73 16 89 1,720.913 1290.901 3.011,817 .12 109
A. 160' cr. .. I. 9.. .52 1,62 p1 1.,51.1 14.805 96.758 17 1486 1 No 8 '9 3, 80,:550 3.8100552 .1411
A.ehe 1,632i Die. -Fe1..1.. .6.. . .03 a 2,221,262 1 2:t
d,8arcee Moeter oicec. c.... .... A l~3 338 .,, 39653 222O.990 '614'165 17 6359 3 35 2.2.6 65,398 6.
A.Aat Treck LiIhc .......... *4::::::::: 2.2 1,073.853 5.2014.291 j 531.7 11 4,948.523 6.18 62955 61z 2.1091 5 156 196.1402,160 8210
A. t.0 Line, . ..... 5 238. 1.20611,663,770 522 34.705 108 415,632 1 49 50 9,0- 14,012,334 4 .149 .10
Bi lou otr Tr Ight. . A 1. 27,9 1,9-5 1.763 1-395.717 1:,18:01 70,0 20 58 14 180.37 ,65 ? :2
RIarT~~tCo. (Mih.4 .. .............. A 77 39,7 1-5.2 6 137 -22 4, 3 506:1 2024 67S,44 14 59 2:.37 2M I,8 .02 .52 T26
bla hrrcw Traport Lines. Icc. . ... A 2714 34,238 1,508.390 1,957 150 7 1,l591Z 50.916 3,:56 7 65.2., -225 7 ,5,7 58 .1
Bon~e rtheec 3 ea h .... ... A 1.030 as.8 1,269 7137 1.056.127 10.23 95.2814 9.~ 155 52l3,at -1rc i. ...6.9 : ,547 147 3.299.391- 10.1 3.309.511 .329 .302
3rdcce e . . . 10.59 c,36 639.7 1492 ,141, 5, 6 20: 63,99 2144.3 1418 1. t1662 27 33 337 449 16,318.360 :3961 .381
0. &AD. moo Cc** ..... ..... 1,39 912 2.1 5149 1,1458 2.196,892 18a,339. 176 193 28 9146 35 1.702.479 941 2.546.970 .82
Carolia x prc. dr ..le . . 1,914 651, 6 2.14.67 7,5 2.1186 21629 3.2 45 j 13 6311 2 6 24 76 2,376170 593.564 2.27 7646 5.207.680 .1412 4
2eccTract UIe Oar.j.. *....*......... A 777 141.13 1.71,16 .13 1.976.729 1.822,59 11810 ;116 05 1,0.3 75 9-1 2 1 353053,582,U38 .551 .505
Qlaeclada. OClDactec & OCie th 8182,cc, IOr. ...... A 79 1,562,:633 6,529.351 4,146 6.5314.197 5 ,82,148 71: 1 42,19 3.296,611 196 -5 201 11,065,67 2148,809 11.314,688 57T 5
Crearejl Mcier Freiht lar.o n.............. A 3,A 630,69 ,56t 2 1.95.25 1.85 3.438 103.387 94,352 286 977.66s 82 22 104 2.962. 3931488 3.31994 F59 .54
gacaar o to vlr Freight, Ic. (Ohio).............. A 5.737 3.9621 7.718.813 7,607 T72,1120 6.8143.836 92.51 551,23 125 3.985.020 212 19 141 072 6,575,167 1.1495,14?1 176.362 1.811160 .652 .578
Oalk10 Tree lice. Oar.. C. A.....I........ A 1. 55 1470,811 1.321,596 1,321,896 11712:186 29.710 17,736 163 570.771 148 31 .. 79 391, 15 1,802.140 2 '44 .1:80
Ocalidatot Forcrie Cc.,c. e............ 2. 88 8.65 .19389 A. 1 252 219511 2179 118.3 309 9 14.146 63 15 72 14,49 1,8.95 .1455 .160 1
Cnoiae7 i tA .67 576.1472 2,531.550 6.293 2.537, 3 2,1451.489 86. 1860 3 8 1,2 9 7 4 2 1,13,1 2,692.565 30.601 3.s46.6&3 .658 63
o.projratt Oa. . . 1.13 005,52 -A4.3 3003 4017:533 3521,23 96.298 290:662 1 70392 86 s6 698,300 g.698.30 142 R 140,
Dali 1rcg ............. A 1,1 2101479 4 537 1.250,11 1,1914.506 5565s0717 8 26348 21 142 63 702,975 560 2700,027 3,1408.62 35 .5
V3.Ta~ r o............ 10269,52 59.209 1. 922.730 1.271.695 57037 35,017 221 766.802 41 3 2 1 1226., 237.588 92,273 1.555.917 .86 .1
DeaTacfr ee . . A 5 050.:6 ..531 2 .356.9 5,290,781 26,512 155,377 1427 23 20 57 10 43.~06 .0 .576
Decatur Cartegn. c..... .......... ...... .5,.18 1.5.7 531261 25 a : 2,2.6209 2.91.6170 2.139 1, 695.139 14,699,711 8.8 0 .603
25-c Treafer Ce .. .. ...,.......... -.... A 3.502 994.370 2.206,571 2: 2gg60 25167 26:2e8 3 2 1.1455.613 85 1.66976519 51:387 !1.8Z.
Doyle Frei 4-ht L ir .ar. . .... A 1.939 066799 2.1495.022 9 2,1495,061 2,31,441 177 109,70 3149 1 .326.917 92 92 1.666.7121 1 14.671V 54
Reatern Mter UePreseI One ................... A 2.570 900.222 4.28.31 1408 4.900,319 4,776.717 123 .601 75,648 316 9527 25 153 178 1,.999,251 9.830.463 1185717 .413 .41
Ili rcigC. a. . . 2,37 7 149 5 2,253.272 ,64 2.591 251.343 263.575 162.038 297 1.193774 33 26 32 91 ,529.33? 1,917,272 2,7,4 7 760031 41 :10
Isor- reh.. lar . . A 61 333. 1 1,357.081 10 1.397,91 1.225.35 132.535 92.196 108 11,30 39 3 .. 1 2 63.0 30,129 5
Federal Rcrce ar . A 3.1221..80 .7782 3n92 1633 85 71714 41 92.6 292.~ .3 15
72.176 2,9461 10,169 2 921'i5 79 2 5 3. 8.74 728,881 1206 9 0 9 5 53
Feet"r Freight Urw I~. . A 1.3A6 831,767 2,3201 312,12,01 2121142A 130,997 70,59 306 1037,787 18 13 61 2,9:75 1,96,0 l 2638 .38 5
Freighet. Oar. . . ........ 2B 3,027 226,246 1,101,027 5 11,0.8 991.146o 107,088 65.289 108 140985 14 3 12 29 1,292,241 211,431 90703 2.1412.378 .1456 .1412
garck1. lpe.Oe .... A 901 442,549 1,1415,6o2 9.018 1,:424.620 1,355.820 62.500 37.197 214 7.21 h6 2 148 2.010.318 242.40 2,22.N1 628 Am0
Heececk Trackt Liar., Inc.. . . . A 9,219 625.369 .8,8 8,320 3,8920 2'21143 0756 12907 375 1,347244 1 10 38 5 13 5.559.302 2,215,690 219326 ,024324 .396 .361.
ReeeFr~gt s.,Ic . . . A 1967 2574730 9,986,727 14.257 10,N0010 9.1488,138 512.906 281,020 1.851 5,575,572 1 3 1417 2771,2 32,29 R.4225
Irrlcti Truckhng a... InC ..................... a 2,037 286 .778 1.:365.931 1,091 1.367,025 1,294,94 72.631 42.651 133 147.66 26 30 56 6p1,116 2,171,202 2.2o 1 317 :U
Nol.a Mee Z ra. a. . A 165 1020 15986 17 ,8,23 ,567,216 22.767 17.047 186 709,024 66 6 3,591,372 35,11 3.92482 .40
MeasA eprFegtIeOa . A 1479 7114,017 1,385,702 1.258 1,386,960 1.222.030 1614,930 105,933 171 631.745 34 2 36 2.220.921 1211,830 2.94,51 .1470 1
Ociaece." FcrearoIng 0.......e.............. A 825 158,351 1,2148,394 2 2,92 1.251,374 1.192,309 59,066 10,203 59 230,187 - 24 214 2,128,020 2.125,020 %57 50
I ter INt Diptch, In.ee .............................. A 5,005 s214,63 3.036.73 6 6735 3.013.305 3-7 0,30 1266 30 11
mtct t*r Prelg t. c.......352.8..07.203,.30.21.6..32 1,5372 32 32 64 2,399,799 25&:4743 1491412 69 .570
lsterbtiSta 16,6 2,402,660 1 .318, 25 19,832 1-.38.257 13.5p?1,.19 817,118 502.967 96 2.73.5 f- 2 5 5 3u49264 1,5264 11
Xechijo Mtor IV-oa Co.,a. ......e........... A 11,251 3,1147,296 7.6714 19, 52 7.636.966 7,127,319 509.647 3363;4 1,228 3,806090 75 63 37 375 11,362,215 3.331,663 538,970 15,232.818 .500 .r
ke lsar Me Freight Lie.. .............-. A 1,760 193,293 1.095.721 - 1,095.721 1.034,.070 61,651 15,6 58 177.2 12 12 214 611,102.0114.910 2,69050 12
8041la. e . . A 1,502 99108 1.57T.945 2 2,463 1.580,405 1,632,169 248240 1149.235 27797 31 5 149 14,051, .8 5.703 14,0667 .2
lSa.Mter crvlc, I"....ar .................. Ak 1,056 213941 1,065,228 .60 1.067,089 955.226 101,317 60,293 l31 87, 1 39 1 2142 1,6140 143,11 66.088 1.783.702 .99 536
Liberty 'rakghe c.. .A 3,302 9T2.029 2,1488,1415 9 20 2,1489.235 2.369.6591 19,544 63,518 3 38,366 53 83 14,356 W7 4,263 .568 .84 .5
Lio TredgC, a . . A 512 353,322 1,095641 41,6n1 1.137,255 1,06,5991 73,q62 67,957 177 678.111 51 1. : 0 167112 3.1403 1, 610,515 60
be rc rnte Cc . . A 1,362 531,751 2,975,559 3110 2,978,707 2,952.751 125,526 75,319 350 1.303,105 9- 6,563,551 6.651 .1453 .
Melcear.~~~~~ Mtrlrce e .. .2 .139 299,195 1,6.71 ,2 1,671.01 1,652,535 15,965 7.937 90 339,902 17 58 75 781742 : ,3,46 301.,3 .5
Selvi,,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ eeka Ce . . A 1.3 4611 17524 552 .7 .06 ,620,51 1144.205 109,753 211 20,924 6) 10 19 92 259.152 72,64 455,6 ,057 .45 .3T
Mrcheet Ma gt, 55C, e . 2 210 62.456 1.8 .3 10.212 1.811,956 1,694,782 150,174 87,778 01 50, 21 50 -1 .73.122 795 1.92, 9 .06 7 15 23
seeccay ketereaya, Ice. . . . .A ~~~~~1,75 301.203 1,190,529 2 15 11067 10859 9188 5,3 1 4116 4 2 14- 15 29.282 2,275,125 2,47 2.312,88 .5 .17
Mihie~Iprc. ar . . a 86 28116 1.713.751 4,6 1,718,1400 1,657,367 58,687 29,1 238 810743 45 1 2.015,829 2,015,829 .850 .122
kid-State Me te Frihn2e. Oand,. .1 751 1037.80 4,688,517 1745 1.9,52 4,060 2832 6155 211 23,12 1 26 265 30,5:-1,0,12 1,3592 .11IT
M1A.Sta.c..Freight..i.s.,.Car. ...... 1 1,357 951.316 5,063,670 1.298 5,887.96s 5,505,819 382,149 238.020 22 1,46 10 22 13 21,0- 13.a9,77 39387 .41 .5
Mi~eciEcler. tr. . . . 14 15,87 .78519 2,56194 101.460 2.666,103 2,511, i2 1214,1491 10,785 19 1.21 - 201 201 .2 10,362,470 .247T 24
M..r Oa.....tin.bar . .... 0 0,2 .45s,44 2.79 1,14673 1.3899.430 89.24 59,260 150 590,59 56 2 74 21440,507 :1 14,109,53a .355
-~ek Noc ier .......................... A 1,901 473,859 1.921,091 2366 ,2,47 17723 1684 12,3 251 1,516 514 & 3.796 2142 3.122.072 .1
Meri ne rih,12 2,05 33732 1,17,3 0 11.21 7,,84 995,5507 12329 20.038 2 1 338.9456 3- 23 66 164 7 1,7631 3,5,5
mistor trraa Incg .ar ............. A ,9 .0,6 ,0,42 0.8 .3,7 ,10,1 2.3 4195 56 18596 11 2 23 27I,7434 9.2 1,0,48 1.7462 .3
et-e Carne, Ca..c .... . ..A 1,5 360,32 1.1&05 -R 5,4 1,1329 92.0 125 701 1141 520,09 4 0 3 1 .01,51 2102 21251 .2916
Ftg~he Frigt .rv .e.Oar....................38.26.8..109,315.- 17,02 1.114,17 1,07,0606,91 3,140 9,105.49.33-91 32167.00070,00 49060 2,16.00 .1479.45
088Mb~~~~2. A 3,7etC . . . 94 555 ~ 102,5 690 10,14,9 26s,1~ 925. 90.6 0272 3 52 39 1.914,6 111120 70,090go 1,73,771.516o29
meeotor t 'A C . . 1,16n90,02(Chi*) ........,.......16..39.11.,1714 55.02 82...6.73...2... .68.16 17.2061.516,653.29933
Ie e err, I c.. ndaa... ........... A 2390 3 7.053OD.35 5
214.714 1515,c 1 36.52 1,7.9 1..,0 1 29751 55144 '110 3,20,379 87494 .2 ,3 29.5 12 32,12,1 .1526 .46
-ena Trai CV.e.....................1 ,1,5149526,g0g 14 4139 21 309 7,30,11 l7S14 1005 83,7 20 8 11 2,5,11 2457,491735,944 57.2
Blotsa yrr.iga eIc . 99 4285 765 11,6 1.717,21 1,966,57 51436 15,274 288 48.10 13 3 52 5733,523 9 68.8105725 1 42
ED r .k Li e kra Ai 8 c .. 3 23 5 ,3806 1 92835 155079 1 .0 47,~ 1 .0570 76 56.071 .45 51 9 147 4 7 1.790.50 7 .0 0 45o 6DO 36 6 : 6, :1
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426 9.3 2,251,370 22 1g16 2.20 10 11.102,990 1 50 511 28067 10,281 63 5 78.8,5 1,03.56 14 2 W1 1 6 .10
Apee ee 294lar 5as5... . 6.6 '7,9 6,06,16 16.19m i46 15Z, 5
Meer pe M te h ig t br . . A 3, 2 6 202 56.,, .. 165 35 1 1A 21,0 156 62.47 16 5 9 6 141.186- 2 .2 4 77 1,3,70 .51
1"..ea morg ht a.t. .. F...... ..............A 1.836417 0~4 ~ - ,, 29 ,8627,~ 1 T70~29 92, ,a33 13,2 5 40 3,64.5 .
Tea~~~~e9t 0r-ig 4 ~ . . 4~3Mb. 5 352 1 2201 6,37 215 7 9 616 1214 72,2 U- 7,01,71 80,3 3099 .539 .10
1,514 59023 1,839,8 .5 1072 I~a 1087 7, 216 6150 8 02 93 1.7.8 7,99,3 ,7,2 28 .
TRe u tsr 1,ree Ir . . . 148.0 1.35.16 9 1 157.2 1.8.1 5001 2149 6 53304
70 261 1.74,39 4,7049 10 1 72r 4,190,653 52,99 357 360 2,92 3922
2,1-d 5.092.C Co 1,145 2. 4.52 2,7,1 203.01 66,00 2 31 60 3 so 66 3 69 11,49 37 141. 14,26778 .500
R. rk0.,Ic ... A 1,303140 ,61 41 2, .5 3055 1~ 0,1 106,69 1.150 1 25 5 :
1 9 31 203 27 52-. 2,.57T,032 1 ,06 .
.~15Frh e......................A .7 1.,651,052.52.0 51i.a 1,91 ; 91,145536.170. 62 .
c17 9,,1 5s244 114 ho 07 3 05 :9:0
41 31420 3665 2,1, 2,2 7552 5,55 g655 33 122,5 5 5
18eteaTrnpot~i e. . . 135 47,27 1.768354 2:5176835 9 1.14.5 51,8 10.141 10792 1 2 47,22 16,7 .2.19 3,7,1 16 12
Y6 T .-fe, Ce....... o. ...................... 977 9 :313 1,943845P 1.3 19147 159748 370148 .14,82 15152 614772 30 11 11 26419
Mi88?29ieoeeglg ~,ta3.. A 2 1 19 95 ,0 ,7 3 17.127i ,7.60 .1 11
Melpy14c...... 1 ................ 83.~ A,034 61 140010 3,0,310 395,77 23,10 350 5.0 1 19 7997 0,14.330 150- 5.84,7 7,2.2 .3
AD 1 25:1, 2 16215,2 20 18 1,7197 s3.2554 57,260 212 0 736 73 -g89 14,216,113 146,1 .12 11
145195Fe14~ I c;;: . . . .A 2,1 62,0 2,951- 1.16 12,92 6 1, 9 0 1 83 20 1,286 2195 639,7 2 5 15 22 14 ,5.76 1.10,102 3.183 g1 .
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STATISTICS 0 CLASs I MOTOR CARaIs or PaRERT 0o uE R nS D 35Inc3s 31. 1945 43

TALE 30.-.-AssenT Or snaTs nscuLs Awn oneUrtse ITaMS I1mNV mL CO RROS UN0 IERS Or 1 EA EIGHT 11GG3D I I INTgRCITY SERVIS HATINS PSATING 53138088 OER $1,000.000, 1945 Contend
BT DISTRICT AND REGION

rin-Operating revenes ---To-talEmplo ? Arage nuber of trwo tal-atls in luatity reeas se Averais *ar
Pis- Toa Not.s. anda thpck-trmt/ use ~ god (wit 1to d A. WInect
sidi. unpaa*
ti Mile seet# ot Freight service- (tn 1ee boome Awran t erito t"- ersio *h enaaeoe
Eame of carrier so Including int*rcity All dopreciation, car after sber Total r Year P-o- MA 5
i omon Contract othr Total operating inco iddl compnd Phased Oe a chad Ttalotal
vice r property) carrier carrier tax. a 1 5 taxes of month tion Owaed Leased tran0- Total Vehteles whia tran.- (com, expense
1t rent.cn) portation portation cont
SOHERN REGION
Abr. Motor Line.. 1e. ................................... $1.40s,129 $4.70,094 $10.7 4 4.750.551 $4,500,578 $252:38 $139717 529 $1,615,348 70 33 10 6:"533 4,624.511 11.570,044 $0.410 $0.39
Benton Rapid Express ....................................... A 897 4,oto 1.169,743- 1,766 1,171.509 1.127.619 23.590 24a5 215 536.547 35 s 1 1,6350 40.841 2.077,191 .563 .543
Carolina brightt Carria Corp. ............................ o 91 25.535 2397030 -37 2,397.030 2.052.096 344, 34 202.946 246 93 54 6 go 7.299.130 359,601 7.60s.731 .312 .267
Central Motor Lines. lo. ...................................D 954.396 2,575,469 4,63s 2,53.107 3,045,571 162 614 114 2ss 55,675 56 34 90 1.835.000 .56.674 7.701.7.39
Central Trak Linea, Inc.................................... A 4.20 75,746 3.496.914 5,541 3.502.755 3.307641 195, 11 .2 1 557 1.62o6a0: 75 1 56 3,905,019 1,2,459 5.560.505
Co Co., Inc., Jack 0...................................... 0 315,390 1.565.511 351 1.566*192 1,799,6 6 66,536 39,071 110 371,761 20 1 7- 1,470,359 2,909.996 4,380.355 .Z11
Cook Track Lines, I- .................................... A 1.721 411n021 1,249,561 1.675 1.251,536 1,093.7 197,795 94569 196 570,124 33 .333,1 .
rLies.c. .................................. 2 .; 3 9 1.734,056 795 1,734,sal 1.52.79 67 8.736 122 35,30 17 32 2 3 69o 3. .o .
Cooper Motor Liae, In. ..................................2- 43 M 174o g lo.Us ?o 35 3.6795 3,53
Donce frei5ht Lines., Inc. .................................. 3 2.735 303,45 1,099s3 :490 1099:373 1.032,066 6407521 137 36 29 2 31 1.320,520 asa66 1,505,586 .609 .572
Delta Motor Lim, I .................................... A 495 42493 2 1 40 1.266,05 79 ,614 194 53 27 27 2,0,1 20,42 12202 2,72792 .493 .
Diae Highay anpro., in. ................................ A 1.310 475.745 1.549.730 c, 2 1,552,162 1.695,356 1 .496 11,945 296 ?81.872 35 20 7 65 3.273,716 466.955 267,151 4.007.52 .:2 .4;?4
Mie Ohio Expre Co. .................................... A 2.901 6,0os9 3.554.316 3862 3.555.178 3.307,14 250,294 15.550 266 745.277 15 105 123 3.0916 4.109,053 7,200,616 .494 .59
IT & v1c Transportation Co. ................................ B 3.115 1, 2,547 1.551,579 14.309 1.565.95s 1.375,372 190,516 185.444 263 69.337 73 73 3.305,0 3.669 3.305.533 .469 :416
Fredrickson Motor zzpress Corp. ............................ A 735 341.270 1.137,890 7 1.137.897 1.059,139 78.758 45,026 259 65.00 4 1.369, 1,369,729 .531 *73
Georgia Sighway Enpros. Inc. .............................. A 1,156 475.926 1,713.328 910 1.714.232 1,668,331 5.907 n.993 383 95,3 49 49 2,53s7 2,38.761 675 .69
oreat southern Tr,.cking Co.................................A 5,394 1,426.302 6.224,083 3,096 6,227,179 5.795.225 1954 244,139 501 24 7 71 58 1 493- 5,541.766 11.456259 .h3
Banni. Treiht Lina. Inc. ............................... C 1,571 407,727 1.256,81 20 1.256,901 1.205.162 46,233 23,841 72 342 17 37 1.29093 1,515.1o9 2.,20a 7 8
Kighway Expre.s, Ie. ..................................... A 3.357 496,536 1,561.430 1,561,430 1,115,907 148,073 75.147 158 559.599 53 611 2212.723 1,233.7% 3.46.465 .45 .42
sooner Motor a..rr Co., Inc. ............................. A 3.107 954,265 3,035.613 142 3,035.755 2.599,631 136.124 10,913 420 1395,61 81 a1 5.25,047 34,970 6324,017 .450 .19
Huber & Euber Motor Express, Inc. ......................... .A 1,177 1.750,669 4,785,311 6,586 4.791597 4.059,139 702.755 375,063 712 2,303.750 126 11 137 10,03 al1 1.196,747 1232,762 .4a6 .364
Johnon Motor Line., Inc. .................................. D 1,195.042 3.330.393 6,898 3,337.291 3.110,732 226,559 102,086 317 1.091.241 42 13 5 5.774,019 184 2,305,091 5.079,294 .412 .-35
ma4o00 frs Line In ................................. C 614 3s1-s6 2,o53 6- 2 053,60 1.764.203 289241 145,078 25 12,649 91 91 5, 5 918.514 .347 .ags
Mason & Dimon Lia., Ito. ................................. 3 5.872 1.317.271 5,519,791 1,610 5,52.401 5.346,060 475,341 283,551 9 2,621,583 150 10 190 13.138,153 24,4o 764,103 13,926,69
utean Trucking c. ..................................... 4,622 4,205.159 9,107.261 2,950 s.110.241 7.616,036 481,705 5071 5 709 2,s,652 75 157 232 1,517,953 16.554.593 18372,546 .41.1
Kinler Motor Ixpress, Ine ................................ A 2.,36 740.799 2,450,854 2.450,54 2.329748 121,106 67. 7 153 557:760 59 23 82 3,149,81 1.773.289 4.923.170 .455 .473
Overnite Transportation Co. ................................ A 1,6 447.392 1,525,426 - 1.525,426 1,353,337 172,09 96.931 247 657,969 51 51 3.372,321 5. 6 30,s2 .1451 .400
Pilot Freight Carrier., In. ............................... 0 971 826,595 2.550,552 2,550.552 2, 3,641 107,211 50,992 253 933.272 99 2 101 6.402, 971 225, 6,6,:605 .35 .369
a. C. Motor 11. Inc.................................. 3 2.536 595,504 2.293.970 3 2,293,973 1.952,590 341.353 205,909 245 7 739 51 7 5 3,44,632 1,0555 4,534,6097 .506 .431
Rutherford freight Lisa, Inc. ............................. A 2.256 550,758 1.555.290 676 1.555,966 ,44o,2 115,94a 94,063 254 676,266 59 2 61 2,876,36 4.936 2,924,972 .492
Silv r flat Motor Expre.o, I. .......................... 3 5,632 1,287,694 3,793.201 6,278 3,799479 3.512.21 256,595 163.959 515 1,776,60s 96 14 2 112 6,777,47 1,159,515 2o 5,140,383 .466 .431
Southeastern Motor trak Line, Inc. ....................... A 1.325 606.269 2.295.337 2,295.337 2,130,575 164,762 55.661 322 940.369 95 3 8 106 4,703.950 375.97 3. 5,646.59 .406 .77
Stone Transfer Corp., any .................................. D 484.6 1,085,90 65,319 1,151,227 930,791 220,436 127.340 93 290,565 41 16 7 2,73,141 313.295 .32 .251
Supor Service Motor right Co., Inc. ...................... A 2.399 1.125,710 3,254.774 992 3.255,766 2.816,654 439,132 271,509 346 1.170.332 90 1 1 92 6. 0.753 272.766 1074 AM000. .402
Terminal Trasaport Co. Inc .............................. A 1,903 720,565 2,389.235 2,731 2,390,966 2.107.325 252,265 155.331 263 490,nk 4 s 10 62 14,6279 961,143 1.445,232 61472,54 .:0 .06
Thuroton Motor is ................................. A 1,486 529,055 1.246,723 953 1.2147,676 1,112,511 u1s,611 66.351 11 454.313 73 6 79 1,541,273 5673 2,646946 .ao
Wilson Truck Co., Inc. ..................... ...... .. A 1.350 1,004.418 2.207,405 1,794 2.209,199 1,761.693 67506 268,515 233 781,657 92 - 92 5,405,267 167,571 5,575,535 6 .316

NORTHWESTERN REGION
Albr nt Freight a Storage Corp. ............................ A 1,524 485,65 1,563.056 22.471 1,595.557 1,569,232 16,325 16,149 239 732,596 59 9 2,694,3s4 2.694,54 .590 .56Z
Bris. Trasfer Co. ........................................ A 1,182 393,903 1,345.30 7 1,345 59 1,293,79 51,260 20,123 152 565,591 25 3 2s 1,653.353 614.260 2.267,613 Z93
Bockinghaa Tranaportation Co. .............................. A 3.944 35,597 1.531:715 6.47 1.53,162 1,460,26 77,998 59,421 152 532,550 26 27 1,298,946 1,529.75 70.436 3.199,139 946
Central Wisconoin Motor Transport co. ...................... 3 1,223 655.7 1,600,599 $56.346 1.6 ,245 1,533,105 124,140 57,763 207 698.984 5 7 42 2.3oo,252 321,100 2.621.35 *632 *55
Clairnont tranafor Co. .................................... A 1,525 421.,5 1,495348 1,495.348 1:356.434 111914 74,549 21 654,615 4 53 2.656,064 17,900 2.843964 .52 .
Clipper City Trasit Co. ................................... A 602 335,423 1,030,275 64 1.034 1,031.376 1,026,572 4,804 d 156 515,003 2 3 29 1,793,149 5*270 1,577,419 *547
Doketa Transfer A Storage Co. .............................. A 2,261 57s,516 2,497,635 6,067 2,503,705 2.499,519 1,756 2 330 1,052,715 65 23 26 1n 5. 53,366 251:472 1,491,350 7.196.158 .3 .3)7
Gateway City Transfer Do., Inc. ............................ A 6.210 1,069,096 5.300.1o1 20.425 53,609 4,9701.56 349,25 199042 77s 2,516.722 9s s 25 134 6.217T012 70s,659 1.957.905 5.913.609 .595 *556
Glendenning otorwe. Insc. ................................ A 5.695 1.160.440 3,751,539 11.2 3.762,754 3,620,730 135, 64,46 543 1,557334 61 -0 81 3,979.306 2.455.972 6,435.27 .562
Sort Motor press ......................................... a 2.329 351.193 1,060,996 U L 1,060,909 1,031,495 29.414 19.719 177 452.113 38 38 1.915.050 36,050 1.91,130 .
Hennepin Transportation Co. ............................... A 425 22,44 1,042,125 533 1,042,661 923.450 119.211 116.101 115 472,12 16 2 18 1.321,750 300050 1,621,500 .69
Mland Brother. Trucking C. ............................ A 2,541 393,586 1,653.599 3,733 1,695 1.659027 1.628,376 60,651 47,490 156 633.672 33 5 35 3.0490 324.952 3,374.046 .500 .m3
Motor Transport Co. ........................................ A 953 65,620 2.300,412 107,536 2,4 948 2,255,169 152.779 61.319 521 1,533.175 s - 5s 3,099,5 3,099, .7 .
Narph' Motor Pright lis., Inc. ........................... .A 973 435.370 1,342.394 471 1,342.65 1,276199 66,666 36,325 157 590,602 25 2 27 1,60960- 296.851 19* *
Northern Transportation Co. (Wis.) ..................... A 74s 74o.186 1,990,505 742 1.991,550 1,587.095 95,955 53,233 312 1,050,21 5 5 3 66 2.04132 125.205 1914.s50 .725
Olson Transportation Co................................... A 1.334 1,520,577 4.773,151 15,037 4.78.18 4369,770 1415415 222242 692 2:361 007 25 167 71423 -.*5
ayond aro Motor Transportation, In. .................... A 1,332 430,559 1.,S125 - 1.16S,125 1,128495 59,6 0 47,695 200 5931114 39 39 2*2 324 .294 55
1.3 73,0o53 2.3145,65 13,144 2,361,52 2,175,257 1#6,542 104,051 3140 1,092,391 51 2 2 55 3,.2 3 151,957 7,5 14.07 3,565 7
Vatted8 Shipping Go .................................... .. 663 45277 1,159,.500 2,364 1,201.564 99,31 205.133 125,112 12 0,12 5 2 10 1.05320 510:010 1 ,3J60 .039 .53L.
Warner transportation Co. ..........................****** .A 775 461,506 2,356.764 s,619 2.365,33 2,252,104 53,279 35.993 16 652,307 7 2 39 2,713,1so 249,660 09
holer Transportation co. ................................. A 1,457 317.01 1.370.90 3,029 1,374,009 1.337,036 36,973 17. 5 207 651,307 2 4 51 2,911 7 162,340 32, 1,11 .


sesetrnsor C. Ic............,,......... A ,92 l 2, 11 21 2 2,6 2 705LM35 5.33k 193825 917.533 k2 14 :4s5 3.52012 *7o.75 .5
Wilson Sto Tra r se n c. ............................ A 4,257 .5 2,315,935 2,520 2,340,45 2,0,753 5 9,25 3137 72 14 119 51 1726T 2,2 .9
Tails Tro.ck Lisan., Inc................................. D 2.723 417,576 1,3,o4 s 329 1,357,525 1,635.390 4 177.5 d 93,06 263 s79.905 4 6 14 50 2,20,735, 3



hss-a Transport Co., In ................................. A 2,522 1.4,152 23.96,161 6 3, 1. 205,.315 336,46 19,616 n5 906.313 314 114 48 3.522.12 13,30,975 5.953.103 .39*
Baad Tranear A Etorao ................................. 2 .10 6,6 1,482,57 211,106 1,29397 172416 26150 .. 9 1 39 23431 31 65 991..7 68 1s 56 2 4.7 435
So Motor right, Inc .................................. 027 395 1 05
Burlington Track Llno. Inc ............................... A 4,952 783,522 2.61,504 s,64 2,61,66 2620,77 d 0 8111 45 1.7.2115 -4 19- 24 .2,3
Byor. Transportation Cs., Ica............................. A 738 2 ,,147 23 12337 1,014 88. 2 : 1 .8 160 4n.363 301 -- 1 4.933,147 2 ,07556,3
Campbe Sill -Sx Eprxty-Si......................n2,15. ...........6....90.2535644 2,25.2..20,36.143,50517 .1M.699100- 2104 49:2626- 22,6 5261319.3,
Doa Mottos Transportation Co.. Inc .......................... B 1,7I2,2 1,736,622 191 ,7553 1,6655174 114,926 124 4853.105 42 3 45 2,521,730 4266 321.6 59.2
H..9&.Motr. zpRootor....Express.....C.........1,69...,.41.1....9..1150 1,.....9 1,.7,0.0..59....9 17561,52 68 -'514'2,61,35974949 2,07,2566'4 .14
Reciter CartooG O. ....................................... 1,5149 59,6 14897- 11.0751,19,17 115,5 4,4 345 1961 52,5 45 -21.63 1,90.435 1,725410a .605.O6 .413
Snag. Truck Lin 0..........................................A 3,541 169,5 2.190,91 9,661 2,190574 1,905.053 52,3011 76,63T 254 897,593 219 34 -,6,1 19849.6500 o68,196 .7347
Merhat.Moorl~igtt Ie.....................A 5,55 1,3259 3659 271 3 3640 3,662.91.4 3,252,150 460.6 274,094 485 1.383,705 57 -17Merechants Brotorockgh laot I.c.............................A 2,975 626221 1,,3 4 :6 ,0,57 11~ 76,37 9,4 195221 3641 3 ,327,14 1 :55 .514.145
A:2 1.010 52 1452 1,7.31 32T.35 16 ,11492- 25256 51 .5
Prblas H a rac k ia CIn, l. .... ............................ 1,94375 137262 3,9691.10 6,25 3,97599T9 ~ 2103 1, 17~1 25'8 62 5609 NP3149
Go.. Ball .rna 0. ........................................... 26312 1, 61.59 1,02,97 97,M 4635 51769 52 1 34 31 -135 461.0231,9,5 2,T59.791 369 .352
lie A o., B...................... 1599 1.,4 3.69,17 -0 11 5 ,62,9 5,202,19 124 7,16 57 1,753 1 31 15 360.03 6
Rioo Bos & rn rtto Co. Ic. ..............A i91 ,5.2 ,1, 1,5 7,51,54 76 4: 47:0 3.4 1,172 3. 00,:909 2 36 26
WasnBrs rnsottonG.1nc..........52.: 45W 7 46 76-9-4 3 .3.3 591.622 2.822.559 T .8
Whelock Brose.. Inc ........................................31 2,929 293,026 1,1147.909- 250 1. log48,9159 55.773 52.150 148 64 6 0 1 ,3.3
See footnote, at and of 4.61..





STATISTICS Of CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERITr FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECE4MBER 31. 194

TABLE 30.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE EATING OPERATING REVENUES OVxE $1,000,000, 194s Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION


Total Average number of trucks eel ales in Interoity revenue service A
cipnl Total Operating revenues expe ses Nt Employees nd trl-trctor used (with load iAd empty)
type oie t (not Freight service- (including carrier income Average in Intercity revenue service ehl,
Neme of carrier of re a toblar inter ity All depreciation. operating after number Total during r as Owned Leased chased r
e- routes pntaoperty)n Cort ote Total operating inoe Income (middle onpene- Purohased veils vhce n- Total reaua
e r property) Contract other txesand taxes of month tion Owned Leased trans. Total vortation (coA. 4
carrier carrier rents) count) oatIonportation cont

SOUTHWESTERN REGION

Alamo Motor Linee .......................................A 1.3141 $146134 $1,43.9281 1- $31 1,415,922 $1.&319:631 $88,.485 $80.141g 205 $6114,942 39 -39 44,3014 000 100,000 44.414.000 so.21
AknaMooFrih ia Inc .............. .....A 2,1143 47 7,11. 1,543,94 96 1,543,611 1,6,43 75.206 3674 277 752.095 53 7 2.796.726 66.19 361.94 .144
Sant motor Lines ......................................* 3,4 433.935 153,. 651 1,540,335 1,421,652 118,683 .665 71 53,658 37 19 5 2.192,436 2,216,689 832,114 5,241,941 ,2914
aes l motor Fe L.... ... .........*..**..***.*****...5 2.61 951.9 9 1.7214797 146 1,724 933 1.273.393 4395140 255,46y 146 ,722 29 33 3,723234 326641 ,89,875 .42
BrnExpress ...Ln......... ..............* ..A 3.177 1.154,566 4,796,416 32,6g 44.929:066 14.527.524 301.542 204.334 2,294,449 155 1 156 11.270,l 172,56 nW2,697 .41g
Central Freight Lines .*.*** ...........................A 3.s40 1,165,255 3.375,1465 6,s9 3,362,354 3,209035 169,239 101,329 751 1.03,325 103 13 16 545,367 1.655,500 7.500.s67 .450
Couch tor Line. Too.................................... A 2.017 632.634 1,590,102 3.277 1,593.379 1,512,024 82,605 40,590 293 132.689 62 1 63 2,690,509 278146 2,718.355 .565
East Teas Motor Freight Line@ ......... A 4.956 1,266.533 3.7o,6s9 5 3,781,435 3.130,265 648.170 395.092 587 1,645469 147 1147 10.579.717 166,600 10,746.317 -352
te otor Transport, Inc. ...B.....*..-..*.*.... 3,518 554.263 2,332.559 564 2.333.123 2.177.765 155,358 72,255 313 1,019,26 82 1 83 5,637.oss 64,515 ..01,903 .95
Hall Tranoport, Ic.. . ....................*.*** 3,065 815.936 2,205,194 2,205,194 1.816.793 5o,351 237.378 271 829,276 59 59 4335.819 120,000 ,15619 -495
Herrin Tranoportation Co. .................................. A 14935 1,396,202 2,709,582 11,276 2,720,858 2,311,170 496s 233,516 342 1,04,36o 71 2 73 5,35.920 122,953 5 5,1.73 .492
Jones Truck Line. ..... A 1,963 268,862 1.466,o46 1,466.0t4 1,310,997 155.051 111,509 229 616,664 52 52 3.24983 3, 983 .452
Lee s Motor Freight. Inc............ 3,719 1.334,8114 3,166,096 5.833 3.171.929 2,865,228 3o6,701 157,423 1408 13145,487 55 13 19 67 ,465987 860,098 1154,655 ,14,5700 .48
Merchant Fnt Motor Lines, Inc. ............ ......... A 2,077 574,205 1,966,712 1,966.712 1,7146.70 220,004 132,009 287 822,224 63 63 14,6441 .181? .424
Miller & Minr Motor Freight Lines ...................... A 1,255 510,659 1,527,602 439 1,528,041 1,4014,869 123,172 10,166 238 742,693 50 3 53 3.314 4 165,61 -52572
Mistletoe Expreeo rriec ................................. A 3,664 482,760 1,214,07 12.13 1,226391 1,298,963 4 197 570.7g6 23 71 1,3,6 2,490,65 3,754.311
Re Arrow Feight ines. Inc. ............................. A 3,49 94,s I3 ,0:10 .2 2 2,223,5o5 231 361 1,017.377 69 2 19 0 5298 6451.693 153957 6 .933 47
Red Sal Motor Freight, Inc. ...........................*.A 3,n0 1367. 3,15,7285 3.158.878 2.927.43 358 525.5 1 33 1 3:1s29 1,5941,6 19 1,5 ,11 .601
Sooner Freight Lines ...................................... 2,019 292,156 957,863 45,724 1,003,587 962,606 40,981 32,663 205 532,002 24 7 31 1. .2 6 47.650 1,595,115 604
Southern Express, InC. .................................... A 3.599 1.1142,949 3.4514,635 2,417 3,457,052 3,306,260 133,092 100,915 143 1, 0o50s 6K 47 4 119 605 4,086,212 483.355 8,7 1 172 96
25 54 15 227292919s3
2,1 9,59 191020:730 76 2.9615 ,, 22 2
Southern Pacific Transport Gon........................A 2,41 38419 1,1102 55 1,996,571 :33,830 62,749 38676 15 9~-1,8,55 16.b25 4,50,8 588
Soutwestern, Transportation Co ......................A 2,1 4591,378 3.976.800 -g 16,3 4 1,6. 3 ~5-923 760,211 604,611 524 14917 2 62 4 T: F
Strickland Transportation Co., In o. ....................... 3. 5,626 179,181 2,615.867 2,615,867 2,650,799 4ftg d 296 1,021343 36 21 32 9 2,005,659 1.495,865 3,424,1 6,2.673 -378
Sunset Motor Lines ........................................ A 3.001 6ks,sso 2,733,663 2,733.863 2,559,875 166,6as 103.5C 1425 1,271,oo7 128 126 8,09 131,0 9,014,53 .30
SC. Motor Freight Lines. Inc.................... ......A 2,724 526.54 2,554,562 5,152 2.559.71 2.514.568 7,6146 4 501o 41o 1.240.252 91 91 5,122.676 1 99
Tea Po274 0.4109 4 1,06 .729 106 1 e 075.536 -- 0556 .7
les aific Transport Co ....................... :........A 271 60,31 2.757,839 380,85 3,138,697 3,0994 1877 ,,, 35 106 055. .7
""*.""".'""'"f.::::::::::::::::::: ^ 9 1:00:57 'o0.3o'A S t 261,205 137700o 247
Telow Transt co.....................................A 7,561 2,167,280 5,052.359 3.527 5,055,ss6 1.750.778 305,108 561,630 776 2.360,333 179 2 121 12.143,263 349.116 12 492,381 .

ROoEY MOUNTAIN REGION
Deaver- iosego Trucking Co., Inc. .......................... 7,398 3.194,664 9.991,926 21,44 10,013.374 9,065,142 948,232 563.819 1,1a 4,152.709 220 16 24 23,226,091 3.868 1,671,922 24,903.861 .1401
Gallagher Transfer & Storage Co ........................... A 3.003 1.403,091 2.575,106 s,073 2,663,179 2,025.336 043,843 383.754 265 958.542 40 3 6 49 3,057.934 214,196 542,514 3.854.544 .668
Garrett Freightuines, Inc. ................................ A 5,112 2,811,075 5.700,592 10,1s14 5,710,776 4,985.444 725,332 356.543 766 2,485:725 125 125 11,140,952 51,830 11.192,782 *509
Sill Limes, Toc........... ........................... A 1.318 330,341 1,133.169 1.864 1.135,53 1,02,643 106,710 61.624 176 517,491 7 7 2,147,1478 2,147,47 .52
Illinoa-california Express, Inc. .......................... 2 14,502 1,127,321 3,39.105 2,64 3,39674 2,897,601 499,147 292,707 305 1,4214,085 6 2 1 9 6,301,861 218.237 2,548 6.662,666 .1493
Inland Freight Line ................................... 1,191 525.211 1,127,629 1,127.629 909.29 218,331 114.958 39 253,6149 11 1 12 1.526,9SO 137,757 1,966.737 .573
Interstate Motor Limes, Inc. .......................... a.. 1,434 706,914 2,549.698 721 2,590,619 2,1142.099 40.520 249,159 223 870,813 33 5 4 42 3,713,708 223,109 554,692 4.491,509 .568
Navajo Freight Linea, IC. ................................. A 5,399 718,172 2,269,220 9,959 2,279,179 2,254,357 16.368 15.293 262 838hb4 21 36 57 1,073,689 3,358.691 1,432,380 .512
ingeby Tiack Line .......................................A 3,846 692,611 2.939,628 16,624 2,956,252 2,7145,921 201,985 112,065 305 1,089349 33 6 15 4,o60794 44o0386 776,552 5.327.732 .552
Weicker Transfer A Storage co. ............................. A 478 1.197,129 1,399.265 533.683 1,932.968 2,027.2145 d 94,277 36.491 368 1,276,372 53 53 2.258,110 620 2,2598,730 .620

PACIFIC REGION

Arrowhead Freight Lines, Ltd. .............................. A 2.331 571,141 1,420,598 1,1420.598 1,299,625 121,973 76,446 1143 479,061 27 4 36 1,898,183 181,394 403,076 2,482,655 .572
California Motor Transport Co., Ltd. ....................... A 1,172 1,019,683 1,994,17 1,914147 1,834,435 159,712 73.556 125 487,013 41 12 53 1o6.os3 98,104 1,6147,06 5.613.263 .314
Consolidated Coppretate Lnes.............................A 1,198 471,201 1,087.090 1,087,090 952.119 134,971 62,150 1114 4614,550 25 3 28 1,535.371 305, 1,841.216 .590
Conslidasted Freightways, Inc. ............................. A 114,386 5.514.0o1 16.109.151 356.731 16,hL65,ss2 15,635,897 629.965 9,256 2,366 8.049,692 219 19 514 292 20.63514 1,so3 s 2.453, 24,892,245 .647
Delta Lines, Ic. ......................................... A 372 566,672 1,3390148 670 1,339,718 1.229,749 109,969 67,191 163 665.1so 15 1 16 716,2 99,076 815,260 1.642
Highway Transport, Inc. and Highway Transport Express ...... A 65s 454,125 1,206,47 1,206,17 1,1 .159 26,326 7,020 1146 146,629 36 41 37 614,241 3.000 867,241 1,391
Inland Motor Freight ..................................... A 2,115 976,777 2.700,027 22,187 2,722,24 2,6, 121,744 86,056 462 1, 47,246 74 1 75 3,606.360 3,34 12,000 3,621,704 .746
e & Anste, Inc. ........................................ A 633 1,195,503 2,201,hoo lo,o4o 2,211,44o 2,06,359 165,41 94339 273 1,16,22 14 49 2,s59.346 16.068 2,875,414 .766
Los Angees-sattle Motor Enprees, Inc......................A 1.46 1.161,866 3.9s6,st14 23.366 4,olo,1o 3,64716 362,364 222,706 271 1,129,072 32 44 76 2,.006555 3,888,56 5,895,141 .676
Oreson-lovea tlifornia Feat Freight, Inc. ................. A 2,126 1.100,658 2.719,055 1,453 2,720,508 2,355.942 364,566 198,388 304 1,16,644 49 3 52 3,569,195 43,157 614,071 3,676,423 .740
PacifieFreight Lines ..................................... A 2,966 3.230,591 5.028,126 598,500 5,626,626 5, 1 o 128 2o4 52,so1 979 3,158,460 1214 2 n 137 5090,632 128,010 1.187,164 6,05,806 .755
Pacific Highway Transport, Inc. ........................... A 503 518,360 1:934,274 14,257 1,936,531 1.829,927 52,030 325 1,071,850 52 1 53 2,029,o1 5.119 2,034523 951
Pacific Internountain Express Co. ........................ A 9,736 5,398,0s6 12,085,633 6,098 12,091,731 10,529.2145 1,962,1486 1,006,975 1.338 4,81,546 107 72 6 165 16.985,739 5,892,536 257,568 25.135,86 .1
Pierce Auto Feight ies, Inc............................A 789 596.754 1,960,150 6,706 1.966, 56 1,823,523 143,33 85,626 26 5 919.267 27 6 ] 2,150.725 517,621 32.108 2,700,6 .726
Southern California Freight Lines .......................... A 946 o0,601 2.142s.355 41,829 2,470,14 2.396.713 73.471 53,823 ,/ 29 120 1 4,326.223 20.o0 3.336,856 7.683079 ,316
Texa-Arisons notor Freight, Inc. .......................... 1,022 2633 1,3s2,s446 5,878 1.388.72:4 1.259,190 129.534 67,14 190 532.280 34 14 148 2,866,396 190,800 3,059,156 .452
Vated trunk Lines, In. .................................A 1,270 1,556,579 3,274,609 3.274,609 3.oo6,246 268.363 178,662 156 592,k4 85 85 14391.349 4.391,349 746
Valley Motor Linesnc. o. ...............................A 1.145 1,106,6 1,629.195 1.829.195 1.756,598 72,597 32,029 165 620,45 132 20 152 2,992,990 11453,860 4,6.850 .111
Venle Trunkwares, Ltd. .................................... A 777 832,891 1.587,965 1,587,965 1.620,395 d 42 4 4 131 610,653 1 6 37 2,73.219 5 5o,654 3, 42873 .464
wet coast Fast Freight, Coo. ............................ 4,274 2.59,214 5,817.558 6,611 5,s21,169 5,512.815 570 1,815.063 6 6s 114 3.140,136 64714109 9,92,214 .586
Veteran Truok Limes, Ld....... .................... a 3,523 1.682,098 4,743.953 $523.851 16.155 5.285,959 49314,096 351,6 223,4o4 517 2.139.189 92 16 0 8. 62930 630.572 9,260,402 .569


Deficit or other reverse item. e f
*A Regular route, Scheduled service; OB Regular routs Nonscheduled service- ,C Irregular route Radial service; CJ Basic figures include expenses of oeprating vehicles in intercity and in local service; thee expenses are not separable.
IV* Irregular route onradial service. Comparison of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehicleatles are therefore subject to qualification, particularly
SData for employees do not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform ePurchased transportation- service. j Incluese Drea -e as fol All aditi t en lctrct and Southestern region, 14.960.
Carried on payroll of Southern California Freight Forwarders.




STATI STICS OF CLASS5 I MOTO CARRIERS 02 PR0PERTY M0R THE TZAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 191454

TAL 31.-ABoSTRAC Or SEUCT015 212&IlCZAI AND4 OPERATING ITEMS IN1DIVIDUAL COMMON CARRIERS Up cuM551151 OTE THAN GENERAL 22202IGR 151 2622101 SERVICE RAT 16 ING PRAIG INURP 0M $1.o00.0m 1514


Number0 5110. oaOperating ...aoo.o y____ se j/ A~ra numbe ofs. trck s.lo ..: to wg-I .-- .."letsia. e
of mile. of *0t* (sot Freigh4t service- 4= 14..Us Ne Income sbO 2o. ~_____ o
ofQool5 1s4r11 l of1 ario after15 o n ume T.0.. otal.-Prh.. ~ S ...4 oa..
ho.e of carrier r* o rg41. InludsinglOAidpeiain prtn ecm mdl vl
ru' r~ 000 000, Common Costract other. OP..Ists Inome texte of s00th ttos 0.5.5 boS os. 2141 1 .. v.L:.1. tos.- ~ qss
orsO.4 t".4 and5 tram.- Tot". asO& "T m
rest.) -.__ otst-o
Al1l district. total ........... 93 $ 63.667.628 $227.02T.700 $113.933 $5.903.404 232.9145.037 Sg19,1112.694 $13.135,311 $9,666.171 15,309 *52.344.199 4.33 519 7.311 12.263 240,619.599 29.9G14,249 3142.491.582 14 i57,7o6,211i 10.300 1.2
Eas. it rict.0 total .......... 55 40.615,100 166,019.0146 113.933 '4.533.976 170.726.955 162,360,556 8.325.741 5.183.049 10,131 35.107.594 2.626 265 6.660 9.551 120,29,695 11,092.203 296,990o533 /569.922,6771 .292 -255
No Enln reio ........... 1 695.195 1.197.714 102.64 1 ,i600.615 17114,155 d 1 4. 14 169 607.326 140 14 5 11220.053 2 5D9.20,~7o9 .459
Indo40504 ols 1 10,1461.225 066316113.933 1.001524 27,139,1N 24si 25,251~ 7,1,7 $3 o14 4.05.539..o 2.725 37593. 1.12 21
Kid 2,5 Atlantic7 5CA3 52 1414:6 9: 1a"799i 7.
Ceotrtl rogoo............. ........1 7 3 92A 5 26 .45 -- 29.1455.655 179,556 3.149.61 14.3r11 1149654 6.1426.142 3.9143.1415 5.311 27.356.095 1,75 516 60112 7951 70.011.011 554.94556 ..23 U419953 .9
Southern r.go ................. s 5 2.061.231 s9.2i7,145 I,14w5 5.265.553 1771.210 147,343 317.,59 529 1,.492,709 197 226 1423 114-986-9T? 16.39T- 144 325967222 .37
Wste=s district total ......... 30 - 20.991,259 52,681,-509 1,265.o00 53,9149.529 49,600.598 4322.27 3.165.263 14.049 15.T1434596 1.610 251 1425 2,266 X05.3142,917 15.512,046 29.092,535 14 155,073,907 -3140 .320
No.'th.,too regon............ 2 e 5J6 9 3.215.923 23.5174 3.239.797 3.149,497 91,300 98,1410 267 515l037 22 155 117 2L36AO6 10.63T.1, 13,003,1(7 2 47 .
141-V.ortgo 0........ 1 -7 5 1115.009 1.1415.009 1.377.515 37.056 22,500 124. 143.2 56 1 99 ,6,71-1:139.242 45303:0
Sootb.0.t000 -o ...... ....- 5.071,201 14,472.619 2 s,544 14.7214.523 13.375.510 1,319.461 .5.0 1,120 3.72T 346 536 6'13 35 3 ,065925 6.5.71 .5057 1 51;9471 .26 .45
Rooky MOo..t gon ............ 4 1.456.002 6,323.974 129. 611 6.143,595 6.13.719 317,146 35:66 213 7133 73 7 198 275 ~.03:290 17252,5.0 15i1s 9 4 .325
Psoifto r. .................. 114 13,315.776 2T,253.924 62.691 29.116.615 25.5007 256.5 .2,6 2.325 10.0. 702 593 22 52 991 .114 .5 .2.62.4061 63.901..799

Nutria Molor Transporttion. Inc.. P .2........ 0D 505 695.195 ,149T.7714 100.541 1.600.615 1,7114,155 d 113.5443 d.. 4.50 169 607.326 140 147 57 1,228.063 2,509,210 3.737.293 .1401 .149

Ar.. Carior Corp ... ....2 1.311 1:599342 2,108.306 212 2.105.516 1,122.311 306,207 235.260 269 1.011.624 65 69 1 6 l.h16po .4 -3
GO 1a0TakL.... Inc. . 4 1,3.144 1 17,5TS 57 4919.155 14. 6.5 13,32 3. 503 1.275.177 161 105 269 M-1 6.14395 1663743.0 9
zest00 r Atomobile Joroardlug CO., la I....... 2 1 V-14.5 2:015116 5.539 2006. -5o 1250 '.5. 3 95.56T 1a091 30 .5
11::t rl,00 Cor.... .. ..... D2146,505 1.62s:970 624 :62s:970 1:5~:61569 64 25 39.979 239 14294 114 5., 3.330522.955 .191 t1
R.1b. t"21oo105C. o 59014147 94,701 1,5735142 1.505,525 65 7 27,62 353,968 758 5T 135 1.41.35- 2.265.506 142556 29
Loosso Toomport.0105 Co.. Zoo. . . .2 63-.99- 1,6514.017 55.59 1,70,616 1.571.839 137.777 72,75 100 36650 66 7 83 37213- .1.69 .4912 .01 .6
L~~~oo~~~s 1.o.otto Co . . 2 ,05.012 2.394,620 79,41 2.514.104 2,209.756 3614.316 159 13 00.0 95 13 108 5.070.112E 1.593.12 69321 344 .
Me& ............. 32.D 2,9430 75:14 2,372.525 2.21.5.433 17 .352 41:.1 6 7059- 61 81 67s 02814'106 10.975.044 .209 .209
Sohw ~~o C . . . 950 273,310 1 18762 ,07 1.163.529 1,1148.333 151496. 1.2 49 5,05 9 140 59 62937 1. 69 2,353,685 .1492 .1465
c,1. Bro ~... ..... .355.524 31,2O7, O6 11.:-35253 319555 397.948 233.1425 22 63.1 7 52 53 210 31 9 2,1457,259 5,502.03 11.550,26 ~ :
Bidet 200.* & ....0 ... 9:99 ... ........ 21 074b 3933 5,631 1.326.970 1,335.010 M90 115o 4~5 1013,15--5 i.9.00 .213 .21
N.-C., Caroie.,n.. ...o .. ............ C 1.214,41790 2,506,350 42,536 2.5149.156 2.291.565 25*61 161,2 317 9143,956 $7 65 152 4,575,706 44T74 U .0 23 .9

Aoosylo. r..I C . . 31512 11.905012 2.773 11.910.5 11,1479.556 430.959 267.1400 9614 2.1433.212 360 130 490 20.033.25 T.7167,230 27.200.963 -13 .1422
A1..0 &A11 Las,.. Zo . ..I~0066 11, 426 3.155.422 2,922,283 263.19 163,156 37 155.729 6 193 199 6619 .756,065 6.,522,52g 31' 3
40,Co., Gorg. 2 .............. 2 3.D 1519.307 6.558.314 233.875 6.522.259 6.570,539 251.12 13.4 17 2,5549 514 273 327T ,1,6 01019 33239..3 I~
T11d. Lo t.... laco. ..... .D 1.005.551 15.299.039 5.579 15,3014.915 15.307.:037 2 11 16 14251 171 .4 -A. 29.1614,636 25,.14146 .5143
Alfo.4. Carol.,..: ..... . ... 2 D 517 2.9031 14,1 3.0.5 .6.46 616 45,927 5 569.527 36 U 15 151 1,50.60 .43,9 3.3.56 .
A2 -ovrigC ................ 319.333 1,6 41.46 10.55 1,752064 1.620,223 131. 521 5146 146 23.9 007 % .1,(l ,105 0
Automobile Trasoport. Ioo, of 0 .1 ......... 2 D 301,303 19270 38,0 1,930.373 154,9. 103.171 63.4712 4 6.6 1 1 2.9 .0. ,1 5 .233 .25
Auo osbl: Shilpper. ba . . 2,0 .5.14 211.160 e,294.034 2.200,875 55159 1.1514 65 21,7 11 19 5 37.3 % .5.5 9.034.17 231 .k14
......... bo . .... S D 126,254 1.1439.2145 .013 1.1446.055 1.351.221 6457 1,414 39 139.959 21 95 11.6 1460.2 6.33660 11.955:1118 .01 .193
Incol 2v.oyC. o.P. . 0 1. 055.245 4.0314.956 2.792 4057.745 3.751.376 273,372 20).1425 152 517,559 100 192 252 4.113.357 1 .36,15 1695659 .238 .221
Br=4. DroY0.sw C. . . D 409,515 2.252.5014 .09 2.257,57 3 2,092:152 1,721 4.74 25 155,507 5 115 123 292,3002 5.990.915 5.553.220 .36 356
Broso, Trans.portation Co.. 21...' C.. 2 1.305 132.201 1.315.1453 1.07 1,31020 1.2 ,21 146006 26.63o 112 357,263 113 113 2,345.1453 -6 23451453 :561, .552
lo iot Co., Ioo., a.o. r .... ...C 309,306 1.130,719 -3149 1,131.068 1,004944 12,4 9,34 114 31453 a 29 37 2.5T ,6,6 496.5 25 .0
C. A 2. Commercial Dr1,..osy, In b .......... 2 D 415.1415 1.1214.835 214s,551 1,373,719 1.243.1452 130.267 75.936 115 20.57 514 400 2. To7 2.957.22 5,128.096 .219 .242
i.ar l4o.O GO 3.................1. D,0.1 7 69 1,509,575 1,144,251 69,621 140,1456 82 292,444 5 35 91 3.739,0 3.390.992 5 211 .202
Commercial Colr.10 . 2.156,392 10,017.297 195.1415 9023,1 8:43:9 329,576 16.3 415 1,329.879 5 513 521 9774 525.79 16.W.1l
Cr t.10 Tr ...for Co. ................ C 2,55 1,5,6 Z 1471,8.91541609 114 4857 51 46 103 1. 1499 10353 3. *344
CMotor 4., Delivery Co .... ... A 1,60 536,5144 .,9514,778 5,63 2,9906b4l 2.06.94 1II 319 U 14 616.:916 21 151 172 1.692 5 5.16054 6,900.14
2.41. Ma10.. looardlog Co., I-o. *.'..*... 429,507 2.1425.719 :4069 2.1469.705 2,36,7 133,1410 8.500 2114 555 4 5-- 25796 1416.6 15 .
0.1, aspo o.(l.D.. 1.0140.919 3,2s6,942 301.1465 3,3,10 3. .47 22.940 d 13i561 568 1.359,031 76 714 150 2,u141412 3:5614 19.550.225 .a65 .179
2.0010 1010004. 401, 2.lgt. oo. . 0 359 199.310 2,00%.302 1,299 2,010.601 1.959.220 531 31.761 23 198,157 ---- ~ 64,5 51 .3
Z. & L.. Transport Co. . ...C 423,003 1.0,3 13 Z 1.099.297 1.12 2,1 1 0.1 1 1 4,525,97647:1064%5
0. & L. Tr- ~prt, Inoo. W of bsdiR04. . .:: C 279,312 2,256., 2:26C6)0 2,1140.293 U ] 75904 290 6334 40 40 19.0 .156
2og to, & 00,00, 2,lveaway Co., Inc D.. 2g.919 1.1141,299 -900 1.1142.201 ~12 114 72 55.572 153 35 21 .33,0
G2 cmCrae- ....D2 .7 2,54311473 2,543.1473 1413, 1 99.314 3 18:7 67,500,0564 1
11 1,231.14.7D5 3:5914:199 4.24,317 '4.46047 2000 19346 240 T7 62 -11 ~ :1 55" L 5 t 58 9; ..
146,2 3,15,52 3,925 3.153.075 233,313 5147,355 12532.352 6.27
M1112 C3.in1 .~ 9152 5.........36........ 192 31,677.5214 1.301,5 1424963 .220'.20
1o4.otrial Trans~port. boo.................- 4123. 1.372:908 304 1,39 N9 1,2914,996 9.1926 11.360 1 IN4,2 27T 10 111095 .1.9 .43 .9
1.. 10 .5 Co soo.665o . . 795,1142 399,795 1.19Z 9140 1,193,10 1 1 6.1 41 0 6 1 ,11714.559 5.6 9 0
Espryo -koindg C. 2- 9900 2,001.017T14:1 2.2 ~ 115 175 iS~gx .668,219 .336 .321
1 1 C................. D 2148 350.011 .0,771 4 1,sI16.755 15.22 21,1 5.94 13
Xo. AuoTaspr Corp. 2 1699,626 6 66 4191..203 6,753.621 6,5.10 705 1239,592 6 Z266.1190 .19 .153
frasorort 3014,33 1,152.399 15 1,152.554 .292'~ I:E21,44 50 19 629 3,2,1544 2650 .1
4400,.0 .rot C.o..... .... 0 9 55 2 P4.4 .7 5 2257 429 25 2520.Mli 1.O
Natbose a To. t... Iboo................. 0 D 2.793 2.152.755 s 1.096 2,270.551 21,49 75.1432 ::7 5 2252 14 29 29 21.9 4544.1 ,6 .356
20,4.41000, Co. b.. oo . . I I.5.0 4.524,142 142.914 4634 147914,212 1331 1,404 123 36855o5 13 201 214 603.935 -12.770.362 13:374,29 6
R nfor& Trasp)ort & Terminal Corp. . !6 2,6503 3.351.614 1 3.351.132 2.9.178,5 1119 3 .5.5 5 4 11 75365- 2,7 .55T04 .1 .7
Crog.. Trassiprttiou Co.. Charge 2. . 0 222.202 1,19614617 71,363 1.267.530 1,211.136 56.694 314.871 11 76.11 9 93 32,57 3125.557 .321 :3?
a TrcLt..I....... ..... D2987 2i6o6- 2, 1146,016 2,0142.259 103.76T 71,870 20 75,205 6- 93 93 1.9.1 -,7. 6.12550 6.10.50 .31
Wob.. Zo. ool C 1.1145.594 5.316,149 3,06 5,2145,0 107.96 2,122.,26 61 692 125 .9.1 .7. 6 29.74 2.1.5 11.5
Sob-, Howar 1........ ...... 2 3793 .14.7 5,353.55 90 60,10 730 BOX145 .2 .296
Squar Dea1 Cartage ........ C 357.116 SIN~ 226,27 1.5,2 1039.53 5,3 31371Z ~6 9 3 96 2,150.521 2.103,970 14,6914.59 14,3140.512 .20 24
2tee1 Trsxo..ort. Co., Ino. (la.)........ C 232,954 1,505,r 6.706 1.516i,161 1,359.905 126,262 75.746 1s 8,59 -.m.0 6,-,4 .22 .
Traco, Trukin 2 00 ..................... 2 441,620 1,351.314 io 1.772 1,1456.156 1,.593455 0.1 1 1430.394 56 1.02 4.993.949; ,o.0 ,562 20 .9
froobsosD Cop . . 8 1.12 1,3.94 778 1,639.2 1.19500 14414112 8513 169 6025 --- 6.1.48 .0
'JoltedD la 10,00 . . 4 11,7 415,9 4.44;:.399 4,155032 37,367 23,655 16 436.593 6o 6 223 2w4. L- .36'4.351
YOlk Ro. obert R................ 291,.351 1,1455.053 U 11062 1,19615 .33T.107 91,1 12W5.2 1 6 2.56,29 :127 .
bob.. Trosportation. Iboo............... 0 6.5 1.233.050 1233,050 1,9.14 32,58 30 9531

Dealer. Transport Co., Ioo. (Earn . . 53,30 1.24: 54 1.196 1.2 043 1,5.5 63.160 102,651 2i41,0 4 14 1413314 95 3.7.9k0 6.1 15
2o1~~~~o 1o~s 2o : .0 . 2 9.49 13 139 -212 1,314351 1.279,175 75,173 13.085 01 196,306 17 1 4 ,7.54 2 .5.9 37094 3.34
Srio barking Co. 2....... C 451 13Z550 1 : ~502 .1712 0.5 51,971 21 49306 70 60 3,3.8 'B 6:35241 .223
Trsole=Caries Cop.(F)...... 2 25 5532 10,10 -- 10,10 1.658.go0 148.230 85.552 107 351,370 62 1 5 u 273,671 31575 5.192.659 .32 .2.
'a ogspO .ol..... ...... . 2 I.9 ,1,44 25 1,447 2,5131447 -- 5 21.725 146 14--1,9.75 11979 .24
2.. footnote,1 .06wu of 00141..




46 STATISTICS or CLASS I 40202 CARRIERS FOR TE I= MM pR~Mm 191,g

TAUSI 31.-ABTACT 01 S3UCTD FINANCIAL AND 0PX1UTING ITU4S INDIVIDUAL. COMMON CAREERS 0F CO30(ODITUES 0ITHAI GUD-l _IGHT ZMIGOE IN 11231028! SUTICE HAVIn, OpnAe~g RAvinS oMa$1.ooo.ooo 19148
BY DISTRICT AND EZOGI

ip* Mils xpese No w-so ? Aveaewme of trucks Tehil-miles in intercity revemie service Averag per
asset Nil.. lot 1 and truck-tractors usedyihla (IotrInecy
ofo Freight service- (Including incoe Avers" vsn inlrit-rvnulsrvc
Name of carrier of rglr Including IntercityAl deprecin. carer~ after nube Total to Intecet revenue ervice Total rvufa !t
inengbl reguertiglwar ea
rut**com Contract fohutl Operatn L.mmg Income (middle oapenow- purchaed ont Z6, bsd Ttl rO o
carrmon carrier ees ofmot ties Owned leased timz- Total (ehicle vAils i
~ ~ rents) c ount) ______ ___urtation prttion oant.

Dusan 011 A Transport C o............. D $185.987 $1.901.250 $6.032 $1,909.2a2 *1.77.061 $32:221 *149.7149 122 $"4o,056 97 9T -7689,569 7.6a9.5s5 $0.247 $0.244
Indianhead Truck Line, In c .......... C 467,.52 1.31)4,673 15.8142 1.330.515 1.271.436 59.079 148,661 1145 406,98 22 58 s0 2.366,060 1,9458,223 5:3114.283 .247 .239
NID.UU82E 2101
Associated Transporte. Inc. (No.) ........ a 1104.765 1.1415,009 - 1.1415.009 2.37T,825 37.056 22.802 1214 433,128 86 13 99 3,363.791 1,139242 14503,033 -3L14 .306


Brooding. Inc., Eudb .............. C 231,062 1,037.960 - 1.037 96 1,.01.425 26:R3 20.645 40 1468:425 31 146 79 1.1443.03 3.3U6.959 14911.9T2 .216 .210
Bonn. Pr*... r................. D 77565 1.357,409 1.357:40 1.119.172 211.1 213.177 120 396.93 1 0/~ ,23,118 179,520 2.002.636 .676 .559
Oreendyke Transport Co ..........................D 55029 1.810.558 11056 1U7.110 105.44 11717 07 2658 l 5- 1 30.2 61.64- 9.026.482 .201 .189
Jefie Tuk in.1.2..............C 197.843 979,914 1 6240 1,016.224 9 .666 19.559 A ld58 1140 379 118 99 15 1 00,620 2,735.2129 .~.8 .294 .299
Phl Track rCo in Contractor............. C Mi649 2 5436 1.195.631 i,144.436 151.195 171.735 110 35777 63 2 65 3.067.709 75.1492 3.1320) .2 -3
Roeak ine.In ~ ............................... ~32.126 1,.3418 1.393.418 1,3o6,127 ST.291 91.128 119 134512 58 2 2 62 soio 55.000 150,000 1.155.00 1.131
Ns rckLe.Ic3 38,162 1,908.613 1,822 1.9161435 1.637.41 2 8,P51 237.925 15 485:7u 55 55- 6.0Z895 6.068,953 .314 .270
Tr06or Cc.~ 10................ 18 goo -60,6 1059,5 .206 .13
9.273 2.191.501 6912 2,1981413 2.029.OO 1907 15: 352 1863 532.54 125 8 33 018 7089 0:5.7 .2 12
UndTransport&In ................................ .032.613 2.751,911 46.564 2.798.1475 2l2864 2939 6406 23 95.0 15 14 15 1085.40 -1.6',92 11.7.61 .8174


le~eYnL.C............C 2336 2.3810:76 36,069 2,1416 775 2.300123 116.652 T1,835 26 62,517 - 110 110 5.063,734 5,063.734 .1470 .4514
Colletttwn iltn......................3.80.65162..11...2-.72201.1..82.71417.134.50 17.73 8 21,8229077 13 110,3:675,297571502270920 281,W36
Western Auto Transport. Inc ....................C 2521441 1.130.068 12.125 1,1142.193 1.089.645 52.546 30.333 50 177.783 20 34 54 22.73- 3627.61 6.0310 15 .7
W~sn .B.................C 50063 1-.7738 714.197 1.715.935 1.771,T79 114.136 5,737 59 221,525 214 17 71 1.512.15T 3.513.291, 5,025,448 .341 .353
PACIFIC 31010N
Arrow Transportation Co .........................D 687,814 1.1438.235 21,91 1.146o.1 1,248.549 211,650 121.753 124 486718 38 -365314-- .6314 94 .12
Asbury Transportation C ....................C 0- 1.99124 6 ,406 .943 502. 312,,0 305 1 3 03.3. 64 3
1.26.331 14 3:9:2 i-90 .380.1 7.6,11 78 .3
502.,t 312.603 30 21 34 d 7.1424% .01
15 9~ 2.777 313.0 7.3
Iskies Van Lines, Inc ........................... 99 17213 8.5 ,1015 21,18 d 164 3d1 17 593,019 1470 226.1 8 lO-.8
Cast ine TruckSIc. Inc ......................1 42 1,030 1.8 91T,582 1.68:293, 2.29 128.40 220 935,161 61 -- 61 5,166 5 517. :2
CatLmTrcSevc.Ic..........338445814 1.07134 I,071314 1.01,479 9,90 11.568 124 522,1428 19 -1 20 1,937:1461 ls6a 2 18,.6
Foritrier 2 ora ions o.................C-a116.06.2,37..1....98.2,..5914.23582..287618 10D685.70 ,08,56 163179 127 14,72.05 87616 142279 0 ,923111935 .40
Island Petroleum Transportation Go., Inc ......... D 38510 1,0614.031 3506 3 1,119.094 98.507 220.587 136,2141 74 142370 20 - 20 2,7.3-- 2,970 .1402 .333
Lag ia~pittl. sr.............. 2,4,22 .11789 075864 3,676,1425 2,977,.281 6991114 1483,931 261 1352,663 126 -- 126 8..67 214,252 6.3.19 98
LLillis nporatonansportation........ Co7.,,46 1,89756 2,014.,71..0.,.8.63..... j 0 417,63,2569 614 614 2,90,47 95070 66,140.375,.0 .93
Lyon van Lines, Inc ............................3 D 592.145 1.502,444 71,1490 1,.573.34 1.5T5.719 da 19 54.7 4 1 .5,3 114,151 654601 3 2,.ODO .650 .8
miles A Sons Tfrucking Bervice ................. 0 86143011,415 -3.011.415 2~ 820,07119,11 2M8. 16 5679.9 67 35 102 1,263,4105- 3,1.16 821,156 .658 .631
Olifeld i'ochngTr ......................7553 1.17.59.1,145605..16,56.1792203 1, 66.68 598 7,193196 67,2179 85 116:3150.2351912552.462 3.679w .1435.491
Hoble C. 1 1........................a 2.920 96914 163:312 317616508 1 950 2145,583 134821L 111 55227 1423518 1~4 6
75be o.V ....... ;84 7616os 1V 3 "4 4, 7 333,84 4.19566 3.1
Narsno rih ie.C 65 3. ,.,.~ 14,558 1,061,228 1,1806 43,163 39,065 75 y41 034 20 -3 23 1,969, 0 599,042 2,5f,102 .10 396
d Deficit or other revere item,.o~rsn faeeervneadeeeepritriyvhce.ieaeteeoesbett tlfoto.priual hr
I'A's- 1egula rout* Scheduled service, 23. Regular rout* Tonscheduied, service;. on irregular route Radiel service; thCoareenue if ave laergvne pant ofene ther revne.t ell-ieaetaeoos'~ott ulfcto.pte y*r
D- Irregular route lonredial service Inl al eveayne s le; ar l trits, 111,revenue.itic.l4~119S4: iieAtatcrein 2,6461
~fData for emloyses do not Include drivers of equipmsnt ensagsd by these carriers to perform 'purchased transportations service. Inte Dreion.ll 12,6535 SolouternA drei, 1114.662; Rester district. nd4S44thester reine 1,826,109 01#7461 Basic figures include eupenes of operating vehicles In intercity and in local service; these erpenees are not separmable. ot rolrten 2.6,1;Suhr eio,14471 etr ititan otwsenrgoiB6




STAISTICS Or CLSS I MOTOR CaaIzzs or P2oPsa1R 02 a N Asuse AIas 31. 1948 47


nAhL 32.-ASTRAeT or snacND FINNCIAL AND OPEHAIW 3ITS IDETIWAL 00NTRACT OAIZERS sMAtaD 115 NEOITE SRVIGI NAVIM QP31ATING U BU S OFR5 $.,000.000, 1949
It DISSIOT AND WMICK

-Average numbr of .r.ks I i r. revenue Avrag p
be ipal Total Operating revenues expenses Net and truok-trators used (with loat and epty) Intercity
of 4411Hi assets (not Treight service. (incluAing a come Average in Interoity revenue service which 41
da. of of Including inte~ritY depreition. afT~t Uter umber Total ______, -ea Owe L e chase&rigt Toa
me of carrier re r intangible All Total operating operating 1come (middle cou r chased Onhce vleOs a Total i en
repro- ,r routes property) Como Contract other es, and Iom tazes ot month ion Owned Leased tran** total vehtoles vehicles trans. (esa.6 ie
tented e carrier carrier rents) count) portation *

SSistriots total ..................... 17 $13.17.169 $95,120 $35.298.857 $5,147,490 $41.42s,167 $37,959.630 $3,44S,168 $2,095.650 3.435 $12.915.933 1,554 53 49 2.106 z4,699.443 1,905.96s 31.055.270 133.261.197 to.a7 $o.ags
stern district total .................. 10 9,013,009 24.572.686 4.594.587 29,167.273 26,675.521 2.471o.03 1.511.117 2.297 5,s06,103 1,022 1 431 1,454 51.379.904 40.722 214.81.374 90,350.305 .272 .au

Saw Naglend region ......
Middle Atlantic region ...... ........... 2 1.400,890 3.437,221 438.787 3,876,005 3.498.741 377.267 253,561 499 1,7SO,61 262 262 5763.57 100 14 102.,916 .
Central region......................... 7,612,119 21,135,465 4.155,00 2.291,265 23.177.080 2,09.16 1.257.556 1,795 7,02 0 1 1 1.152 42,616,347 40,722 214.81.2744 00 8 2 :g
#southern region ........................... 2 1,477,200 961,520 2,057,082 68.567 3.107,469 2.605.759 501.710 292,785 256 1 36.323 137 52 159 5.730.526 1.565,266 130 7.595,922 .400 .343
western district total .................. 5 2,696.960 s.669.os9 44,336 9.153.425 5,678,050 475.375 291.748 82 3.273,507 395 6 1463 27.559.013 6,173,766 !./ 35,284,970 .246 .246

orthwestern region .................... 3 1.303,636 3,869.59 41147,076 4.316.674 4,055.615 60.s5 1 o47.070 505 1.879.912 267 6 273 12.551.371 51.317 4/ 14,694,879 .263 .276
1s-Westera region ......................1 910.572 3.761,738 14.504 3.776,242 3,576.307 199,935 143.265 289 1,047,7141 102 31 133 13,236.76" 4.560,512 17.799.276 .211 .201
Southwestern region ...................... -----
Rocky Mountain region .................... -- ------ -- -----Pacific region ......................... 1 42.752 1,037,753 22,756 1,060.509 1.045.928 14,551 1,413 5s 34554 26 31 57 1,765575 1,P21,937 2,790,515 .372 .375
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 230102
Anchor Motor Freight, W. T. Corp. ..................D 872,344 2.1495,50 173,12s 2,665,70s 2,321.191 347.517 233,178 323 1.07s,50 3 19o 190 6,571,817 5.087.076 .309 ,2s
Pacific Transportation Lines, Inc. ............... o 525,546 941,641 265.659 1,207.300 1,177,550 29,750 20.353 176 702,036 72 72 2,191,740 100 .151,140 .430 .537
CBTRAL EGION
Anchor Motor Freight, Inc., of Delaware ..........D 714,18 2,575,559 14,132 2.592,991 2.424,625 168,366 116,696 317 1,101,1145 167 167 7,212,158 11.415,713 .226 .212
Anchor Motor Traight Co. of Michigan ............... 295,013 1,109,163 5,265 1,114,431 972,2j7 142,194 91.810 125 415,9 56 56 4,61.673 5,034.425 *220 193
Complete Auto Transit, Ina ....................... C 1,306,003 4,401,207 169.320 4.570,527 3,93, 1676,g3 412,667 517 1.784 238 1 239 13, 02 40,722 62.34 21,919,4U .201 .178
aey transportation Co. .........................D 505,152 3,756,550 b,635 3.797,185 3. 31,775 165,410 97.117 27 159 39 20 101 121 123 69.091430 10,327,06 .364
ash, Inc., James A. ............................C 1.100,507 2.771.833 900,575 3,672.411 3,1so,123 192,251 101,94 379 1.725.297 14 21 105 6,sso18 3,40. 10.230,46 .271
Miwest Transfer Co. of Illinois ................... 1. .7149 3.039,663 2.92,10o 6.021, 71 5.561,719 439.65 25.391 218 559,315 s 235 323 2.069.3 7.040.769 9.110149 .334 ,
entle Trucking Corp. ............................ 352.890 120735 43.759 1.274494 1,208,320 66,,17? 6.075 30 147,613 15 6 3 422.462 476.157 5,198,619 .237 .232
atroeC TrsIn or............................. C 2,2 7.455 2247. 455 2,oo4,607 242.54 14,16 155 525,722 92 6 Is 6.365.093 49716 6,.64,5o9 .327 .292
spout & Davis, Inc ............................... 3. 499., :9 6350349,1 .&89 -9
SOUTEN 10102

Bet Transportation Co. ........................ 3 1,053 3.061 951,520 1,068,213 926 2,050,959 1.736.295 314.661 177,630 136 142,151 56 52 10 2,431,630 1,565,266 4.296.596 .477 .404
oone Co.. A. 0. ................................. D 4.139 9sss69 67.641 1,056,510 a69,141 187,049 115,155 120 494.172 81 81 3,295.896 130 3,299,026 .300 .264
NORTHWZSTM II 10

Hillside Transit Co., Inc. ....................... D 35,826 1,191.567 352.950 1,54 .517 1477.555 66,932 26.535 215 810,596 105 10 4.117.509 4,117,809 .289 .35
L. C. .. Transit Co. ..............................p 622,694 1,452,066 45,188 1,527,254 1,473,907 53.37 39. 133 516,74 as 6 9 3.331.652 591,317 3.922,999 .375
Wylie Co., S. V. ................................. D 255.116 1.195.965 4,93 1.2 44903 1,104.323 11o050 so .69 154 552.568 74 74 5.131,ss0 6,654.071 .1s0 .6

MID..WSWN 2aICs

m ransport Corp. ..............................0 910,572 3,761,738 14.504 3.776.242 3,576,307 199,935 143,265 259 1.04,741 102 31 133 13.23.764 4,560,512 17.799.276 .211 .201
PACIFIC EION

villg Track Transportation Co., 1. J. ............ o 42,752 1,037.753 22.756 1,o60.509 1.045.92 14.581 1,413 a5 345,s54 26 31 57 1,765.75 1.021.937 2,790.815 *372 *375

d Deficit or other reverse item. B/ Sasic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local service; these expenses are not separable. Comparisons
1/ Regular route Nonscheduled service; 0' Irregular route Radial service; "DO Irregular route Nonradial service. of average revenue and expensees per intercity vehicle-mile are therefore eubject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue
Data for employees do not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purobased transportation' service. is a large part of the total revenue.
4/ Includes Driveaway-miles am follows All districts. 15,600,496; lantern district, 14,075,305; Middle Atlantic region, 1.515,259; Central
region, 12,963.046; Western district and Northwestern region. 1.522.191.







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 CARRIERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE TABLE 33



















Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over 0op o appear in Table 34.

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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 5

TABLE 33.--SUn4ARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATE IG DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
ItemAll Toal ew Middle Southern atal ooy
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western southwestern M i
district region region region district region region region ri region
Number of carriers represented .................. ............ 566 357 36 200 121 11 198 18 30 35 7 108
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................. $50,356,454 829,000,141 $1,539,551 $17,943,738 39,516,852 $451,104 $20,905,209 $1,035,520 $2,817,289 3,111,578 $620,346 13320,16
Tangible property: 4
Carrier operating property ..................... 121,9 0,127 74,381,190 4,gi8 ,249 42,911,462 26,652,479 1,370,569 46,178,368 2,816,614 8,71 0o,5so 6,340,962 1,229,430 2 ,050,82
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........... 63,23,072 39,175,463 2,731,138 22,773.217 13,66,108 73.,707 23,328,902 1,273,336 '4O90,9a 2,890,048 652,102 14,O 2, 8
Net carrier operating property .............,...... 5_8,687,0o5 35,205,727 2,03,111 20,138,245 12.984,371 631,862 22,849,466 1,543,279 4,249,592 3,450,914 577,328 13,028354
Other tangible property less reserve for depreciation
and amortization ................................. 34,917,461 21,034,850 1,062,317 19,014.324 958,209 460,001 13,422,610 317,454 617,209 1,718,202 696, 805 10,072,940
Total tangible property less reserve .......... 93,604,516 56,240,577 3,145,428 39,152,569 13,942,580 1,091,863 36,272,076 1,860,732 4,866,801 5,169,116 1,274,133 23,101,294
Intangible property less reserve for depreciation and
amortization ......................................... 1,950,099 990,346 73,226 752,592 164,528 2,243 957,510 32,350 24,853 135,518 1,250 763,539
Investment securities and advances Total ............. 13,901,957 6,279,520 536,541 3,864,973 1,878,006 101,144 7,521,293 67,184 3,486,404 152,901 221,247 3,59357
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous debit
items Total ....................................... 6,553,867 4,245,392 228,613 2,147,072 1,269,707 60,839 2,247,636 180,688 413,363 380,238 58,513 1,214,8 4
Total assets ............................... 166,366,893 96,755,976 5,523,359 64,460,944 26,771,673 1,707,193 67,903,724 3,176,474 11,608,710 8,949,351 2,175,489 41,993,700
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ................................ 34 549,8 47 21,314,651 1,216,535 13,802,646 6,295,470 338,781 12,896,415 817,934 1,735,711 1,725.781 410,177 8,206,812
Advances payable Total .......................... 9546,675 4,709,126 248,920 3,197,738 1,262,468 56,664 4,780,885 82,729 131,501 40,063 20,716 4,505,876
Equipment and other long-term obligations Total ..... 22,593,23 13,932,340 26068 11,198,5 1,907,777 199,791 8 112 370,157 1,815, 912707 358,586 5,00s4,229
Deferred credits and reserves Total .................. 3,183,104 2,032,595 78,751 1,525,612 428,232 8,170 1,12,339 59,314 12,617 41 3 3,342 91,6~
Ca pital stock and noneorporate capital Total ......... 44,801,195 23,265,886 1,589,963 13,765,343 7,910,580 588,175 20,947,134 983,487 3,624,607 5,366,363 897,814 10,074,8 3
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ..................................... 9,950,287 9,046,916 203,466 8,385,362 458,088 308,454 594,917 23,640 183,242 66,405 321,627
Earned surplus ...................................... .41,742,542 22,454,462 1,359,656 12,585,748 8,509,058 207,158 19,080,922 839,213 3,991,596 796,639 484.854 12,968,620
Total unappropriated surplus ..................... 51,692,829 31,501,378 1,563,122 20,971,110 8,967,146 515,612 19,675,839 862,853 4,174,841 863,044 484,854 13,290,247
Total liabilities ............................ 166,366,893 96,755,976 5,523,359 64,460,944 26,771,673 1,707,193 67,903,724 3,176,474 11,608,710 8,949.351 2,175,489 41,993,700
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier operating income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Intercity--Common carrier .......... 43,23 7,728 21,56oazO 3,121,245 10,605,612 7833,993 54,95 21,161,83 194 6557,795
Freight revenue--Intercity--Contract carrier ..... 13,164,997 8, 12,0 7 366,127 5,461,24 25 43,34 1 4 6 1,,49,072 691,05 I, 15
162 2 ,695 43o3, ,O,609 672,688 ,1 ,1 11,057 ,8,
Fregh r07u--nec4y-onrc care 1: 5,293,747 17 57 4:423 2,17Z68 5 :402,94 109 '08 049,57 6,458,061 1,732,310 32,805,834
Freight revenue--Local cartage ...................... 185,07 ,382 127, 1, 7 0 1 9795,7 5, 2, 75 66 5 ,3,91 ,082 i
All other operating revenue ........................... 8,725,626 3,666,49 271,350 2,663,223 731,876 7 ,05 ,984,372 267,371 727,476 879,689 186,129 2,923,707Total operating revenues ......................... 250,202,733 161,431,216 9,052,469 95,525,808 56,852,939 2,812,809 85,958,708 6,457,434 13,276,018 13,407,622 2,487,291 50,330,343
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ............................... 231,321,326 1 ,356,710 1,125,465 10,545,241 7,686, 004 30, 762 11,660,54 832,22 1, 77,96 2,773,721 394,793 5,881,130
Transportation ...................................... 126,894,547 27,91 ,71,508 48,476,709 31,019,697 1,396,117 41,220,516 3,372,762 6,646,5Z3 5,575,722 1,180,969 2P4414,510


11:"a":w::::::::::::::::::dl, 7,2 16 d d 4 0d5,1 4,2, 26
TemInal .................................166........ 7,6 9,52,952 345,,2266 7 2,88O 1,620,06 36, 499 5,60,61 22,413 966,77 235070 55,2 9 4 05 6
14:~,, 6,8 120,806 3602 1,98 301, 5 21,602 3 ,141 1,26,
Traffic .........................................9.... 6 92,oo 2,5.12,160 2i,30 ,5,557 2,65 2, 6,9 9,92 7 1092 20,o3 1,167,810
Insurance and safety...................11,526,244 7,214,820 555,067 ,49o 491 2 169,262 13,9 4,172,53 282,025 1, 3 773,79 71,037 2,0,330
Administration and general ........................... 24,692,412 15,659,128 1,077,29 9,884 ,43 4,697,39 353,16 8,680,138 678,421 1,405, 432 1,07,98 272,61 5,2S,716
Total operation and maintenance expenses ......... 214,O90,420 138,447,994 8,087,122 82,369,158 47,991,714 2,29g.768 73,343,658 5,619,743 11,740,076 10,647,292 2,012,830 43,323,717
epreciation expense ................................... 12,35,915 7,783,530 553,311 4,261,090 2,969,129 163,163 4,s 89,222 268,429 947,762 934,809 1 9,006 2,589,16
Depreciation adjustment.................... ......420 ~995 j 8 47 j60 j 48. 225 d 1063
Amortleation chargeable to operations ....................... . 95 d 929, d 73.49 o 3.3b d 22 .... .....0 6. :9.d 4 519 2 d.6 d 211,95 1 6 0 d 120 J9




OperatiOnhe Ordsan i n are Income03- TE;T'
Opernatin taxes and lonees .......................... 3115,82,6 6,992,2 395,973 ,013,7 2,583,062 162,5973,17
Oerating rents--st .............. ........................2,203,908 1,34,611 214,234 1,705,210 d 8 833 148,9?4 220,353 6,1 95 d 392.832 55,511 13,816 477,663
Total expenses ........................................ 2o,578,643 154,878,056 9,228,392 92,262,282 53,387,382 2,770,114 82,930,473 6,292,941 12,846,030 12,350,710 2,27,259 49,162,533
Nat operating revenue............................. .. .... .9,624,090 6,553,160 d 175.923 3,263,526 3,465,557 42,695 3,028,235 164,493 429,98 1,056,912 209,032 1,167,910
Lease of distinct operating unilt--Debit ................ 5,911 5,911 3,859 1,500 552
Lease of distinct operating unilt-Credit ............... 13,864 12,972 1,024 11,948 892 .... 892
Net carrier operating income ........................ 9,632,043 6,566,132 d 1715,923 3,264,550 3,477,505 42,695 3,023,216 164,493 429,988 1,053,053 207,932 1,168,150
Other Ordinary Income
Incme from nonoarrier operations--Net .....................8,84 1056 8 377,830 3 ,5:618 223.o 2,276 1,239 719,498 47,6 1 2 90
interest Income ........................................ 167,956 N34 ,824 5o66 23,564 922 .2,905 1129 9145- 4,7u 2,4 11
Dividend income ........................................ 655,1O3 364,488 30,376 275,045 59,04 1,000 159,915 21,20 150,497 1 7 117,839
Other nonoperating income ............................ .. 325,115 165,310 26,623 111,943 26, 1,265 158,54 1,176 20, 1,678 3,22 117,997
Total other ordinary income ......................... 9,995,530 4,809,902 446,653 3,471,672 891,577 226,297 4,959,331 211,752 890,967 496,315 152,854 3,207,443
Grose ordinary income ................................ 627,573 11,376,034 270,730 6,736,222 4,369,082 26,992 7,82,547 376,245 1,320,955 1,54,368 360,38 4,375,59




52 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 33.--SUOARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
ItmAll Total [ New Middle Southern ---RockyT
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern PaRofck
district region region district region region region Mountain Pagioi
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest ............................................... $1,450,i06 $906,553 $52,625 $6s5,3s $168,545 $14,o95 $529,458 $22,333 $49,396 $70,169 426,414 $361,146
Amortization of debt discount and expense ............. 5,O14 2,822 27 ,5 2192 2,192
Amortization of premum.on debt--Credit...............4
Other deduction ........................... 417,0 174,795 2,219 76,955 69,621 8,597 233,68 35,162 36,24 38,855 4,o5 119,371
Total deductions from ordinary income ............... 1,872,200 1,o84,170 80,844 762,612 240,714 22,692 765,338 57,495 85,64o 111,216 30,470 480,517
Net ordinary income ................................. 17,755,373 10,291,664 189,886 5,973,610 4,128,368 246,300 7,217,209 319,750 1,235,315 1,438,152 329,916 3,895,076
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary Income credits ..................... 25,551 475,657 10,072 450,715 14,70 2,207 347,687 25,822 46,589 23,888 4,856 246,5362
Extraordinary income charges .......... 19,14 137,530 5,145 129,411 274 60,4r 71,98 7,949 2,774 42,363
Delayed income credits ..............................232,298 99,0 1,765 70,628 26665 133,240 o2 0,257 2,792 49,709
Delayed income charges ................................. 130,747 71,0 2 66,736 4,322 59,685 409 7,025 9,568 42,683
Total extraordinary income ........................... 729,088 366,123 6,692 325,196 34,235 2,207 360,758 18,497 111,872 14,338 4,856 211,195
Net income before income taxes ....................... 18,484,461 10,657,987 196,578 6,298,so6 4,162,603 248,507 7,577,967 337,247 1,347,187 1,452,490 334,772 4,106,271
Income taxes ;/ ........................................ 5,319,402 3,118,473 83,876 1,761,330 1,273,267 61,182 2,139,747 114,277 397,128 143,o63 62,18 1,423,091
Net Income .......................................... 13,165,059 7,539,514 112,702 4,537,476 2,889,336 187,325 5,438,220 222,970 950,059 1,309,427 272,584 2,683,180
Operating ratio _/ ........................... (percent) 96.15 95.94 101.94 96.58 93.90 98.48 96.48 97.45 96.76 92.12 91.60 97.68
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS ARD WITHDRAWALS
Divdend .............................................. .2,750,94 $1,0,211 $o ,449 $1,26,1 $55,57 872,590 $869,993 $22,035 $118,868 $26,800 $123,095 $579,195
Withdrawal 3,oo6,691 1,721,59 15,489 iO6145 64,916 75,815 1,209,018 34,88 72,513 589,910 66699 44o,0d
Total dividends and withdrawals ..................... 5,757,485 3,530,069 55,937 2,272,639 1,201,493 14s,405 2,079,011 56,843 191,381 616,710 189,794 1,024,283
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units ................... 19,513 12,847 758 8,131 3,94 316 6,350 498 1
Cost $43,611,543 $29,257,479 $1,624 ,109 s1,470,704 $7,162,6 6g 1,36 '1 1740 232 3,544
Cumb4 $513,558 S14,80S,506 $671,676 $2,367,624 $3,121,382 $512,612 08,167,012
Truck tractors Number of umits...................8,831 5,501 360 2,,41 2,794 97 3,233 288 847 280 1,763
Coat ........................ ..... .$25,591,69 15,112,824 $1,237,055 7,178,42 6,697,343 277,743 ,191,127$,918,317 $35,276 1:,56 651n5
Semitrailers Number of units .................. 16,491 1O,440 578 4,187 6'5 135 5,916 $61 1,3 576
Coat ................................$579 54 81,1,1 10424 8,1 121,33 74 $1 78 2,11
$25,719,9 16,01,017 $1,o24,29 $6,997,545 $8,178 $223,109 $9,478,814 $671,763 $2,318,222 $945,627 $17,695 $5,425,507
Full trailers -Number of umits................. ....751 296 24 23 249 1 t 54 1 399
Cost ........................ ,229 $25,978 L17,5 19 .23,716 $14,68 S$2,750 704,216 $13,074 $ ,300 8614,236
Other equipment Coat... ..................... 249 p1 302 1,18 269,159 446,975 K49,253 1915,694 #17,832 p414,907 2:115 g4605 #506,235
Total cost of all equipment owner I..................97,528,370 $60,331,600 #4,o04,205 $33,959,550 822,367,845 $1,O66,413 $36,130,357 $2,070,394 $,762,144 $5,180,06 $885,775 $21,232,048
EMPLOYEES I/
Average number .................................... 3.991 28,786 108 17,945 9,033 66 14,528 1,161 2,615 1 433 8,514
Total compensation ......................................$148,612,557 $98,369,739 $5,511,322 $60,318,992 $32,539,425 $1,527,664 $48,715,154 $3,939,576 $8,383,233 $4,893,656 $1,321,301 $30,177,398
OPEP EATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
revenue service: Owned equipment:
In operation ..................................... 4,593 2.'3 444 1,604 490 39 2,016 161 162 615 93 985
Undergoing repairs ............................... 15 20 95
S t a n 2- b 7Z3 17 32 37 0
-by.................................................21 52 37 3 822 2 14 14 2 70
Total owned equipment ......................... 4,976 2,727 486 1,694 547 50 2,199 172 179 647 95 1,106
Leased equipment--In operation ....................... 119 86 28 7 51 33 4 29
Purchased transportation--In operation ......... 239 186 6 50 130 53 3 32 1 17
Totel number of trucks and tractors in Intercity
service ....................................... 5,334 2,999 520 1,751 729 50 2,285 175 179 683 96 1,152
Vehicle-miles operated in intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles ...................................... 101,213,75 4,457,619 5,832,080 25,447,282 17,178,257 1,213,343 51,542,813 5,480,511 5,989,073 14,492,852 1,090,228 24,490,149
Leaed vehicles .............................. ,825,:457 2,931,992 496,691 405,789 2,029,512 193,465 5 9946 97,860 794,659
Purchased transportation vehicles.................... 8,345,710 7,009,179 134,178 569,584 6,305,417 80,723 1,255,808 36,304 500,285 119,219
Drlveaway ........................................... 611,035 611,035 -- 1,35
Total miles operated in Intercity service
All vehicles .................................. 113,995,977 58,396,790 6,462,949 26,422,655 25,513,186 1,294,066 54,303,121 5,517,761 5,989,073 15,090,997 1,090,228 26,615,062
Tons of revenue freight carried in intercity service / 11,985,950 7,577,775 585,576 3,222,231 3,769,968 37,312 4,370,863 451,919 304,882 1,O62,048 66,8s6 2,485,128
Freight revenue from interclty service ..................$56,402,725 $30,272,897 $3,487,372 $16,066,837 $10,718,688 $558,336 1$25,571,492 $2,273,981 $2,057,985 $6,069,872 $568,852 $14,600,802

d Credit or other reverse item.
I/ Does not include Income taxes .,applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships See Introductory statement. o/ Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.
'This item dos not Include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportation" service. Includes duplication on account of tonnage received from oonnectlng Class I motor carriers.





STATISTICS OF GLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 53

TABLE 34.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,O00,0oo, 194
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Numbe T lr rEmployees Nuba or o nd t Vehiole-milea in Interoity revenue service
Number Total Opemting revenues expenses Not Net Income Arae N bertor uo and trockof assets (not (including Nt tnome Average of (with ad and epty)
car- including carrr number Total ....tlo......
Name of carrier rersa intangible Local Interoity All Total operating operating income (mddl componsa- Localwned Leased PuroBd
repre- property) service service other taxes, and no taxes of month ticon service service Total vehicles vehicles tapo Total
sented _rents) count) tation
All districts total .................... 39 $,04,690 $73,992,575 $19,782,529 $2,293,238 $96,068,342 $90,871,052 $5,204,731 $5,001,658 17,243 $59,101,390 9,065 1,149 10,2114 33,206,505 1,542,268 5,561,ogo 40,85290
Eastern district total ................. 23 29,010,509 55,1438,318 9,252,128 866,94o 65,557,386 61,7143,157 3,821,671 2,o03,733 12,032 40,8957,784 6,560 1437 6,997 12,608,220 1,480,081 5.336,694 19,424,995
N13 E0gl0nd r6o ..................... 2 ,.13,oo 1',1235 609,916 27,469 2 2,620 2,39,3 5 d 7 d 6 2 547 1,62,O 331 554, Z54.
New Egln r3ion ..................... ..72.22 2.510.994 638022 3907 9o 2 -,, a 148 2d *. r.57 8,138 13, 14 92 2 2
Middle Atlantic region ..................8 17,409,722 3628 .352 7U55 3,4 1883 14 14j 7 411 114,9
10,1466,781 17,310,731 6,131,218 201,449 23,399 21,512,970 2,137,81 1 ,89 3 12,351,070 ,s 225 2,109 8, 70,031 7,600 5,321,7 15,299
Central region ..........................1 781____ 6:11,19 9 3 2 5107
Southern region ..................*........
Western district ......................... 16 25,074,171 18,554,257 10,530,401 1,426,298 30,510,956 29,127,895 1.383,060 2.197,925 5,211 18,243,606 2,505 712 3,217 20,598,285 62,187 224,386 / 21,427,913
Northwestern region ........................1 4 1,219 397,167 661,1479 1 1,058,646 95 119 99,527 57,371 154 576,316 65 14 108 250.632 ,6 640
66 25,695 4,264, 65 3,71 29,967 5327 90 2,81,19 84 18 88 642 215
Mid-Western region................... 6,026,782 3,91 ,362 18859 974,7 3,52,08 3324993,380 41 l'6S4 -4 193 9356 335 59138 ~ 11
South western region .................... 3 1,67,51 1,0o6,746 2,093,130 ,172 3, 0,219, 09 1 3o 1 39' 54,33 -,1,9
Rocky Mountain region:::..............
Pacific region ................... .. 9 16,968,589 13,233,982 7,57,197 822,431 21,643,610 20,975,022 668,!57 1,281,947 3,731 13,1417,513 1,6oo 458 2,05 12,225,180 1 62,187 143, 8 y 12,973,830
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Hall & Sons, Inc., C. E ............................ 669,97 934,519 108,404 10,578 1,053,501 1 138,846 d* 9, 212 722,14914 161 57 218 ....
Stone's Express, Ina ............................. 46Z 910,716 501,512 16,891 1,429,119 1,40,1499 eo6177 305 909,580 152 11 163 554,54i 554.542
MIDDLE ??LANTIC REGION
20571452 1840 2024144 6061449 606,1449
Mack Transportation Co............................ 712,181 1,853,77 203,677 2,o5,52 1,854,208 203,2 187,190 66 1,21j, 72 219 20 239 606,9
Motor Haulage Co., Inc........................... Z48, 07 2210,28 2,205 2,21 491 2,217,561 d 0 d 10.172 11 30 223 -22 .
2 6 249 1,189,538 100 121 224 2,165,002 32,481 14,923 2,212,406
Pennsylvania Truck Lineb, In .......................1 614,42 630,334 1,395,080 2 2,025,414 1,730,956 9; lo ,, I 620,127
1 67148 9 9,0 6922 7,730 3,025,903 2,776 23,3 522,8739 14143 4143 62,7Scott Bros,, Inc .................................... 27 21, 19811,9 32,,257 1,7 13,77 1 62012 620,
United Parcel Service of New York, Inc............ 6,1505 19, ,338 17 ,79 20, 162,817 19 1 ,892 320,925 329,2 117 13.770,2 1 1
United Parcel Service of Pennsylvania, Inc........ 1,179, 3 ,991 5 :62,9 1 3,36 ,70 98,921 56,oo6 680 2,192,897 61-,151
Unitsed States Trucking Corp. ...................... ... ,057853 3,830,58 206,834 3214,931 ,362,35 3,877, 94 1 1,o 3,317,337 66 113,19- 1,9
Universal Cartage Co. .............................. 1,221,760 2,019,147 46,131 56,677 2,121,955 2,013,396 108,559 5409 57 1,768,8 369 369 78,910 78,910
CENTRAL REGION
Cleveland Cartage Co. ............................. 1,18 ,648 1,312,44O 25,737 1,338,177 1,276,54 61,633 41,800 224 89 4,225 103 103
Consolidated Cartage & storage Co. ................ 298,475 1,123,017 ,907 1,127,924 1,041,206 86718 54,306 208 12510 160 1 6 -9
Freer Motor Transfer Co ............................ 699,270 1,092,33 356,813 1,699 1,493,855 1,089,989 363,866 220,252 88 1,42 46 1 107,365 820,808 928,173

~ ~~ :. .::2:::::::::::::: 595 54: 2 219 516, 7 1 ,
andon Cartage Co.,. ............................. 4 659,0 827,131 1,486,53 1,31,95 5942 3026 254 65 113 17 16 1, 120 1,080,355
Lanham Cartage Go ............................... 673,782 1 392:367 437 1,392,80 1,286,952 105,852 62,212 214 a55,468 180 7180
Mlluh Caraer C................... ......... 2 8214,058 2,614 1,362,034 1,282, O0 85072 614,3531 11 29 2,556,8143 2,556,843
Mc~ulloug Transfer Co......... .....................127,552 535,302 2,2 14 420 ,735,02 320 1. 249 249 1 4Motor Express, in. (I11 ........................ 903,312 2,28,84 193 2,281,0 1 2,012,2 238,621 114000 124 06 2
Penntuck Co., Inc .................................. 709, 762,42 600 1,362,933 1,151,242 211691 12,37 43 721,03 1 2 3 ,41 1 71351
Rogers Cartage Co ................................ 1,258,16 1,009,179 2,543,87 25,778 3,578,831 3,327,507 251,324 112,931 255 1,123,125
62417 85,3 7014 20 2 011,2 86 8 ,60 1i
..................... 60_ 1,51 A
Superior Transfer Co .............................. 376, 1,250, 250, 1,163,020 17836 8,939, 371 1,05,265
signal Delivery Service, Ino, ...................... 62 ,7 2,01),2 85,704 2,099 3 2,0l 1 1 863 85,6 1 0 0
Vroom & Son, Inc., Henry .......................... 326,850 1 83,261- 978,837 1 2,32,1 1 34t.41 3 186836 32,93 481 30 71 52 522 052 1,405,265
Willitt C .......................................... 2,225,821 3, ,, 51,23 3:o.33 4 3 ,732 1 152,52
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Barry Transfer & Storage Co. ...................... 411,219 397,167 661,479 1,058,646 959,119 99,527 57,371 154 576,316 65 43 108 2,350,632 26,6o40 2,377,272
MID-WESTERN REGION
Columbia Motor Service Co ......................... 1,013,240 877,731 188,595 6 1,066,326 899,469 166,857 160,21 237 775,930 130 18 659,215 659,215
Columbia Terminals Co1..............................1,337,782 1,991,104 159,695 2,150.799 2,057,55 93,214 222,876 482 1125,721 186 186
Bam Drayage Co., Daniel .......................... 675,760 i,O7,527 1,047,527 1,017,631 29,896 14O,136 186 679,6682 224 224 "
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
eldt Brothers .................................... 472,240 300,61 589,478 211,751 1,101,903 1,011,464 90,1439 3,376,162 57 57 1 3 280 1,351,280

clr ray ot . .A..................... 60,790 1,0,80 8 9 21,378 i11.,92 1.02125 32,:2o 28 33o9 160++
2 3 42677 77 129J7 5 ,9742
Hughes, Inc., Joe D ................................ 91382 323,962 768,999 8,6a 1,101,589 1,022,15 79,37 98 54,4 09
Union City Transfer ................................ 3,959 382,110 734,653 223,793 1340,556 1,185 453 155,103 152,956 152 537,8 6 59 59 1 9,
PACIFIC REGION
skins Van & Storage Co ............................ 7,726,219 2,216,813 5r8,68 2,775,681 2,427,009 348,672 9141, 43 4O 146,86 213 20 2 1,
Blankenship Motors, In ............................ 412,229 7,922 784,65 11,362 1,270,934 1,197,908 73,2 90,7 16 32 1,4 66,685 1,546,161
Clark Draylog Co.: Ltd., 6. 7....................... 9*.,O 10 0,694 21,378 1,315,952 1,324125 d 1 32,202 280 933,039 160 160 6,10 64,10o4
Mao..ws Transfer Co., In .......................... 567,036 1,107:99 1,107,699 1:152,530 22,303 63 92,37 87 87 ,- 8
Merchants Express Corp ........................... 1,172,357 99,18R6 1,506,652 13,168 ,, 2 559 663 1, 21 251 o,11 49, 8 5
Pacific Motor Truoking Co. ............ ............. 3201,835 2,153,97 3,889523 78,30 6,121,32 6 062513 1,1185 13,83,88 2 380 7 52 6 12, 63 43,548 2 ,135
signal Trucking Service, Ltd ...................... 1,098,200 1,405,024 1,318,678 11,20 2,607,151 127,757 97,118 95 220 35 25 033:175 2 308
valley Express Co.................................. ..............1,772,701 ,77,98 ,1 1 1- ,828 3,]79 15 168,04 1 12, 3
509,7145 511270 1, 3,2:M 12 171 4 026 3937 35 1,198,281 82 Sp.
Walkup Drayage & Warehouse Co ...................... 1,587,178 1,858,260- 3,6 1,901,895 1:797:3 10,052 97, 281 1,114,296 219 219 "

d Deficit or other reverse item. 2/ Inoludes Driveaway-miles as follows: All districts, Western district and
S Data for employees do not inolude drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers Pacific region, 514,055.
to perform "Purchassd transportation service.







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 INTERCITY SERVICE TABLES 35 TO 44,. INCLUSIVE







LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE TABLES 45 TO 54, INCLUSIVE











Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues overo,000,000 appear in Tables 55 and 56.

55







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19498

TABLE 35.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948

Eastern district Western distri t
....... . ....... .. ,, SouthernTo a
Item All Total NOW e Central region Total Northwestern Mid-Western
districts Eastern England Atlantic Cen re n Westernr er o u
district region region region reg on

Number of carriers represented....................... 260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 19
ASSETS
Current assets Total.............................. .98,299,232 $28,085,427 $2,14o,0l4j $9,887,300 $16,058,113 $27,565,137 2,648,668 3,"9261 $6,700,960 017,960,451 $1,945,935 1
TangIble property:
Carrier operating property ....................... 283,833,029 94,621,565 10,005,146 34, OO6,390 50,610,O29 75, 305,038 113,906, 26 12,.35,234 18,686,500 39,392,J99 3,019,44 40o e,
Reserve for depreciation and amortization 113,2 8,68,172 4,7a,161 16,517,028 17,419,283 289 082 4 ,16,731 41791322 65910,9O,17 1,
11 29,95 32 7g~, 4.76,6 17, 32242,6,, 6,920,104 751 7 ,8,
Other tangible property .......................... 2:,351,269 56,535 261,399 123,586 179,54 51,98 ,662 5, 512 314,1 31,0
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ..... 355,767 36,107 20,155 9,207 6,7 5 224,7 3 94,937 4,642 3,277 73,817 3,9894
Total tangible property lees reserve ....... 172,559,546 56,466,8921 5,499,529 17,603,741 33,363,551 47,875,983 68,216,742 8,365,932 11,817,631 22,081,082 1,857,503 24,094,594 tangible property:
-Organization, franchisee, permits and other .... 4.3,910,44 13,70,374 878,136 6,059,891 6,132,34 12,159,096 18,681,014 3,788,300 80,94 6,2 ~ __
Reserve for amortization ...................... .....8,76,095 2706,155 124,6 9 1,220,820 1,36686 2,834,033 3,335,907 820,627 301,351 3 2
Total intangible property less reserve ..... 35,034,389 1O,364,219 753,487 4,839,071 4,771,661 9,325,063 15,345,107 2,967,673 579,594 5,366,630 321,423 6,109,767
vestment securities and advances Total ........... 24,750,664 13,442,375 287,887 3,219,615 9,934,873 4,537,362 6,770,927 529,074 1,105,978 3,538,581 143,2o4 1,374,090
Deferred debits Total ............................. 6,4.11,781 1,852,898 144, 458 576,285 1,132,155 2,074,355 2,484, 528 2987,951 54,241 774.,922 54,656 818,75
social funds and miscellaneous debits Total ...... 19,120,682 4.295,292 273,275 1,299,595 2,722,422 3,585,662 11,239,728 1,343,113 602,754 1,512,416 28,262 7,753,193
Total assets .................................... 356,176,294 114,507,032 9,098,650 37,425,607 67,982,775 94,963,562 146,705,700 16,503,004 21,435,158 51,234,O82 ,350,983 53,182,473
LIABILITIES
current liabilities Total ......................... 77,470,228 24,108,94 2,538,163 9,091,846 12,478,935 20,577,748 32,783,536 3,513,087 4,941,408 11,758,766 1,140,0o4 11,430,233
vances payable Total ............................ 10,527,803 5,085,397 491,639 1,940,159 2,653,599 5,211,186 231,220 Q,8 47 700 66,027 101,646
Equipment and other long-term obligations: 1...00,.05... .......
Equipment obligations ......................... 5, 544, 0 1Z,777,016 1,618,495 41, 2,316 14,006,O 17,771,154 17,996,390 3,912,661 ", 10 7, ,46
8, 7 ,893,321 257,598 89,054 ,006,69 1,632,967 8,362,119 306,178 32 ,250 7,48, 70 53,600 187,621
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 70,432,967 24,670,337 1,876,093 4,781,370 18,012,874 19,4o4,121 26,358,509 4,218,839 2,083,667 12,574,059 150,467 7,331,077
Erred credits Total ............................ 461,48 82,580 1,000 58,298 23,282 109,720 269,188 41,779 21,322 4,854 201,233
serves for insurance, injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total .............................. 7,088,163 1,762,959 191,868 526,072 1,045,019 802,496 4,522,708 283,872 399,378 455,256 50,000 3,334,202
ital stock and noncorporate capital:
Capital stock Total ......................... 57,929,167 20,135,688 2,387,057 7,088,367 10,660,264 14,575,2;3 23,218,226 3,430,609 4,517,698 5,577,923 640,820 9,O 1,1 6
Sole proprietorship capital...................... 1,66,o03 50,515 128,45 90,2 283,80 5 o3 624,517 ,40O,6 09,7 214,929 1 ,82
Partnership capital ............................. 1,57 ,528 504,97Z 262,005 242,969 352,027 717,527 92,073 221,308 6207
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital .. 61,168,758 21,143,177 2,777,519 7,178,616 11,187,0o42 15,465,311 24,560,270 3,522,682 4,916,067 6,130,521 855,749 9,235,251
Uappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus .............................. 8,768,307 3,641,94 304,974 817,84 2,519,272 i,O45,603 4,080,710 405,179 1,065,940 2,169,135 19,768 420,68
Earned surplus................................... 120,258,580 34,OJ, 640 917,494 13,031,398 20,062,752 32,347,377 53,899,559 4, 559, 345 8,02 ,072 18,124,323 2,063,676 21,128, 143
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 129,026,867 37,653,638 1,222,368 13,8949,246 22,582,024 33,392,980 57,980,269 4,964,524 9,090,012 20,293,458 2,03,444 21,548,831
Total liabilities .............................. 356,176,294 114,507,032 9,098,650 37,425,607 67,982,775 94,963,562 146,705,700 16,503,00 21,435,158 51,234,082 4,350,983 53,12,473




58 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 36.-INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Ttal New Middle Central region Northwestern Mid-Western uh tPacific
districts Eastern England Atlantic Western Southwestern Mountain
district regon region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented ......................... 260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 11 18
Land and land rights ................................... .11,028,19 $3,345,919 $459,629 $1,506,055 *1,380,105 $2,034,328 $5,64,042 $230,591 $1,247,409 $1,167,610 $123,537 $2,878,895
Structures ............................................. 28,418,293 11 125,362 1,336,442 3,731,435 6,0F,482 7,301,958 9,990,973 1,017,975 2,670,197 2,616,59 5Z4,l16 3,112,326
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 5,599,398 2,462,295 557,953 939,407 965,035 966,532 2,170,571 201,01 416,41 325, ,257 1,182,343
Investment, less reserve ............................ 22,81,895 5,663,067 778,559 2,792,031 5,092,447 6,335,426 7,820,42 516,964 2,253,736 2,290,560 528,859 1,929,9893
Revenue equipment:
Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 176,444,429 61,448,669 7,091,437 24,230,868 30,126,364 49,175,O92 65,920,66a 6,457,689 11,492,47 22,115,508 1,987,186 23,707,511
Additions and betterments ........................ 70,145,69 19,769,814 1,210,570 ,6b1,192 13,898,052 19,321,746 31,054,119 4,298,535 2,608,603 14,260,037 298,73 9,58,210
Retirements I/ ................................... 26,466,9 8,936,474 754,674 2,557,149 5,624,651 7,795,937 9,73,534 985,021 1,312,920 5,033,850 181,879 2,220,863
Balance at c~ose of year ......................... 220,123,16 72,282,009 7 ,57,333 26,334,911 38,399,7 5 60,700,901 87,1 0,25 9 203 12,788,457 31,401,695 2,104,041 31,07,8r
Reserve for depreciation ......................... 97,142,116 32,581,301 3,775,330 14,276,807 14,529,164 25,106,177 39,454,636 3,472,334 5,697,657 15.605.66 1,029,339 13,659,64
Investment, less reserve ....................... 122,981,048 39,700,708 3,772,003 12,o58,1o4 23,570,6o 35,594,724 47,685,616 6,298,869 7,100,800 15,796,031 1,074,702 17,415,214
Service cars and equipment ............................. 2,159,487 651,590 105,451 243,835 302,301 493,384 1,014,513 69,758 175,869 445,027 51,362 272,427
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 1,051,016 301,057 57,968 119,470 123,719 218,123 531,836 36,120 93,438 203,539 29,572 169,167
Investment, less reserve ............................ 1,108,471 350,533 47,593 124,368 178,582 275,261 482,677 33,638 82,431 241,488 21,790 103,330
Shop and garage equipment ......................... 5,198,000 1,809,356 156,005 68,839 964,512 1,121,610 2,267,034 266,308 364,905 881,857 69,046 694,918
Reserve for depreciation .......................... ,568P,518 877,784 108,009 374,424 395,351 517,551 1,173,183 174,566 180,187 368,067 32,414 417,949
Investment, less reserve ............................ 2,629,482 931,572 47,996 314,415 569,161 604,059 1,093,851 91,742 184,718 513,790 36,632 266,969
Furniture and office equipment ......................... 4,854,181 1,513,452 182,649 510,264 820,539 1,395,868 1,941,861 241,514 259,106 837,145 54,Z07 549,259
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 2,511,060 756,381 90,978 292,496 372,907 691,299 1,063,380 111,093 168,922 415,902 22, 16 345,047
Investment, less reserve ............................ 2,343,121 757,071 91,671 217,768 447,632 707,569 578,481 130,721 90,184 421,243 32,091 204,242
Miscellaneous equipment ................................ 1,289,960 370,955 52,255 135,017 183,686 18,711 730,291 74,982 64,704 159,633 10,359 420,613
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 621,601 160,462 41,035 65,568 53,559 91,045 370,094 18,176 38,235 80,112 1,996 231,575
Investment, less reserve ............................ 668.,359 210,496 11,220 69,449 129,527 97,666 360,197 56,806 26,469 79,521 8,363 189,038
Improvements to leasehold property ..................... 8,329,244 2,668,937 149,091 790,906 1,728,940 1,513,139 3,847,168 302,552 752,345 1,816,06 31,198 94,705
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 3, 49,783 1,46,470 115,78 43,776 926,906 786,412 1,176,901 166,022 214,119 482,465 9,067 305,228
Investment, less reserve ............................ .4,79,461 1,182,467 33,303 347,130 802,034 1,026,727 2,670,267 136,130 538,226 1,333,603 22,131 639,477
Undistributed property ................................. 2,909 2,909
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 827 .... 827 ......
Investment, less reserve ............................. 2,082 2,082 -
Unfinished construction ................................. 2,429,602 854,082 16,291 65,092 772,699 249,230 1,326,290 459,751 363,508 67,00o4 278 435,749
Total investment in carrier operating property .......... 253,833,029 94,621,565 10,005,146 34,006,390 50,610,029 75,305,038 13,906,426 12,435,234 18,686,500 39,392,398 3,018444 40,373,850
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 112,94u,319 38,625,750 4,76,861 16,511,9480 17,366,941 28,377,966 45,940,603 4,179,322 6,799,019 17,,2 1,170,061 16,310,953
Reserve for amortization ............................... 324,666 57,42 5,080 52,342 51,116 216,128 121,085 70,431 17,990 6,622
Total investment in carrier operating property,
16e reserve for depreciation and amortization ... 170,564,044 55,938,393 5,258,285 17,489,362 33,190,746 46,875,956 67,749,695 8,255,912 11,766,396 21,840,719 1,830,393 24,056,275

1J The differences between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those shown in table
42 are due to accounting adjustments.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19458

TABLE 37.-INCOE STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERICTY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGI ON, 19148

Eastern district Western district
I tem Al T'a Ne Cent rae Southern 7o8 Ro
ItmAlTt2Nw -M~ e Central SuhrToa Northwestern Mld-Western sout nB ater ocky
districts Eastern England Atlantic region Western Pacific
district region region region region region iontmonteinregio
Number of carriers represented ..................... 260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 1
REVENUES
Operating revenues .................................$.001,332,731 $129,356,237 $12,294,650 $4,731,330 $68,330,257 $IO6,249,253 $165,727,241 $16,871,806 $25,120,582 S63,244,401 *14,867,1430 055,623
EXPENSES
eration & maintenance expenses ................... 286,921,228 98,9541,368 10,219674 37,320,064 51,414,630 71,.477 ,72 116,4 989 I,9717634 17,6 0,626 ,d 898, 3, 848 39, 616
recitation expense.............................. ....26,69 6705755 7,432 5,49 1
o atrs e s .. . . . . . . . 55,519 ,6 ,7 9 1,1 ,335 3,86, 43 ,57 ,5 19 l ,316 1 0 ,2 1 ,13 9,317 s 9 410 29,178 3, 4 3
Aortization chargeable to operations .............. 138,751 30,008 63 ,515 11,564 10,1 2 79,178
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 31,763,5894 7,908,048 810,739 3,179,621 3,Z17,88 10,63Z,380 13, 21 156 1,266,883 1 74,9 O92 423 9 5 470
rating rents--Net ............................... 5,153,171 3,049,8g40 195,107 1,400,622 1, 5 1I11 87,001 1,229:330 262,161 106,203 930,776 d 5,0 L
Total expenses ................................... 350,632,253 118,619,003 12,239,855 44,987,613 61,391,535 90,434,881 141,578,369 14,567,959 20,954,891 5k,141,198 4,029,037 .47,5,2.4
Net operating revenue ....................... .... 50,700,478 10,737,234 54,795 3,743,717 6,938,722 15,814,372 2 ,148,872 2,303,47 4,165,691 9,103,203 838,393 7,737,738
Rnt for lease of carrier property--Debit ......... 280,902 128,74 8,374 80,370 25,282 126,876 126,876 .
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ...... 172,078 70,588 2,100 60,530 7,958 28,009 73,481 902 1 72,578
Net carrier operating Inoome .................... .. 50,591,654 10,679,078 56,895 3,755,873 6,866,310 15,817,099 24,095,477 2,304,749 4,165,692 9,048,905 838,393 7,737.739
OTHER INCOME
t income frDm nonearrier operations ............... 13,077 1,769 d 1.500 1,715 1,564 6,244 135,061 1.605 1456 1817 16,826
t income from nonoperating property.............. 36,43 d 3.980 5, d 505 d 3.120 16,874 23,569 -41,398 12 25,3
Itereet income .................................... 190,987 133039 5,659 0,58 102,39J 13,417 20,93 21,86 35,071 6,34 45619,82
D vidend income .................................... 1,620,911 ,ll 02 1,111 470, 490 639, b.7 38,641 11 22 2 ,338 10,000 191096
Income from sinking & other funds .................. 8 1177 7,3 3,861 15, 15,65 1 ,291 202 -9,727
Other nonoperating income .......................... 192,787 31,026 2:011 3,351 25,664 440,900 120,095 1,367 75,570 22,79 1,268 14,911
Total other income .............................. 2,976,276 721,270 25,165 231,467 464,638 701,786 1,553,310 78,269 233,712 787,605 34,537 1419,097
Gross income .................................... 53,567,930 11,1o,3g8 82,o6o 3,987,340 7,330,948 16,518,885 25,614,697 2,383,018 4,399,4o4 9,836,510 872,930 8,156,835
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
terest on long-term obligations .................. 1,6R4,938 636,759 65,393 233,961 337,4105 381,613 636,566 71,826 56,678 385,97 10 ,835 111,256
Other interest deductions ..........o................ 5636306 27,126 17,059 57, 1 203,651 188,283 96,897 18,375 5,348 37,45 1,06 34,68o
Tes assumed on interest .......................... 27 27 27
Aortization of debt discount and expense .......... 5,430 1,747 29 513 1,205 288 3,395 2,290 1,105
Aortization of premium on debt-Credit ............
her deductions................................... 1,114,036 333,755 25,699 133,997 174,059 173,S59 606,422 76,79 86,683 310,985 2,346 129,619
Total income deductions ......................... 3,337,737 1,250,414 108,180 425,9114 716,320 744,043 1,343,280 166,990 148,709 736,651 14,270 276,660
t income before income taxes ..................... 50,230,193 10,149,934 d 26 120 3,561 426 6,614,628 1 774,842 24,30 ,417 2,216,0 28 4,250,695 9,099, 858,660 7,880,175
Provision for income taxes i/ ...................... 19,058,567 3,951,999 Z,02939 2,501,176 b,092,050 9,011,518 809,308 1,573,135 3,155,15 337,266 3,139,2
Net income ...................................... 31,171,626 6,197,935 d 714.,004 2,158,497 4,113,452 9,682,792 15,290,899 1,406,720 2,677,560 5,944,295 521,394 4,74o,930
Operating ratio_/ ........... ....., (percent) 87.37 91.70 99.55 92.32 89.85 85.12 85.143 86.34 3.142 85.61 82.78 86.09
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
vidends .......................................... $20,052,447 32,816,807 $33,475 $539,9 $,243,379 $6,639,826 $10,595, 814 $905,336 01,145,654 $4,04l,285 304,o8 *$4, 6,131
Withdrawals ............................ ............... 558,177 8o,636 21,971 9 48,801 122,574 354,967 40,992 3,901 234,692 22,361 13,1..
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 1. 20,610,624 2,897,443 55,446 549,817 2,292,180 6,762,400 10,950,781 946,328 1,219,455 14,275,977 326,769 4,182,252

d eficit or other reverse items.
Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.




60 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1945

TABLE 35.-OPERATING REVENUES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1945

All Eastern district Weter district
All Southern
Item districts Total ew Midcle Central region Total HOOKY
Eastern England Atlantic region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
district region reZi on district region region region reion region
Number of carriers represented .................... ..260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 11 15
Passenger revenue ................................. $37, 04,33 121,413,765 $11,13,109 $45,549,h86 $64,727,171 *100,654,456 $155,:436,172 $15,756,932 $23,464,174 $59,726,717 $4,260,255 $52,228,064
Special bus revenue ............................... 10:95,603 5,192,725 954,273 2,22,5 2,009,63 2,0a,220 3,27,655 41,002 505,705 1,5 357 ...9 02
Baggage revenue ................................... 137,636 35,245 667 18, 2 16,246 50,536 315,55855 2,750 7,69 9 5,0
revenue...............................55o, 020 lO, 2 87 17,54. .0,407 5,792 315 o 16, 63 477 132,33 .. 4
Express revenue .................................... 2 6661, NO2 5 92 260,4N 59117 ,29,192 23,410 1,3 132 41,421 1 6
606:905 12166306 451 02
11 3,3 29, 28 121 537 2251
Newspaper revenue .................................. i,113,1 5,1 1,627 10,130 165410 2t2,27 575,939 59,69 gig:1,3 133,75 1,317
Miscellaneous station revenue ..................... 4.4,482 ,33 i ,7 1O6,001 37,97076 1,216,695 2,120,902 59,3 77, 2l9
Other operating revenue ........................... 1,716,937 256,700 16,04 160,526 0,170 636,333 23,904 175,575 120,27 3536 3 5,521 1695
Total operating revenues ................. 401,332,731 129,356,237 12,294,650 45,731,330 65,330,257 106,249,253 165,727,241 16,571,506 25,120,52 63,244,40i 4,567,430 55,623,022





TABLE 39.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1945

Eastern district Western district
All Suhr ..
Item districts Total New MiddleSouthern Total hMuntain
Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacific
district region region region ditrict region region region Moni region
Number of carriers represented .................... 260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 1 i
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ............. $12,254,5J8 $3,181,163 $356,448 $1,217,523 $1,607,192 $4,268,695 $4,807,650 $452,745 $665,416 2 5,097 169,110 $1,462,312
Vehicle licenses and registration fees ............0942 5 2,10,3 109,045 4,121, 133 4,711,096 556,930 621,50:11,6$6367 160,17
Social security taxes 899........ 2,7,09 58,2 1 9,921 190,9 03 691o6 1121,369 91,99 194263 405, s,7 1 7,1
Recal es e r sty taxes.............2,39927595 36 106,752 344,232 Z42,670 703,269 1,279,173 90,196 1374884 465,732 43,110 <1251
Other taxes .................................... ...3,297,4N 1,iU,368 6, 573 735,595 339,897 855,195 1,297,535 75,013 151,703 408,069 32,785 30,265
Total operating taxes and licenses ........ 31,763,554 7,905,o48 510,739 3,179,621 3,917,655 10,639,350 13,216,156 1,266,853 1,774,106 4,961,O92 23,995 4,790,050
Provision for income taxes: I/
Federal income tax:
Normal tax ................................... 4 7518,619 2,736,895 27,529 1,066,506 1,642,560 4,577,905 5,9035878 728,855 954,672 1,952,977 232,901 2,004, 3
Surtax ................. ............... 4,59,Zi6 1,o85, 9 1 012 255, 3 784,516 732,452 2,541,453 15,5 4 567,511 1,124,277 91,'5 1,042,693
Excess profits tax ........................... d d 6 5 d 571- d 122 992
Total Federal income taxes ............... 15,177,696 3,822,211 43,541 1,351,294 2,427,376 5,610,357 8,745,125 744,349 1,550,955 3,077,254 325,351 3,O47,156
State income taxes ..................... ,.,, ... 80,408 129,395 4,343 51,645 73,407 41,693 269,320 64,959 22,177 75,310 11,555 91,959
Other income taxes........ 463 393 393 70 - 70
Total provision for income taxes .......... 19,058,567 3,951,999 47,54 1,402,939 2,501,176 6,092,050 9,014,515 509,308 1,573,135 3,155,564 337,266 3,139,245
Total taxes .................. 50,522,151 11,560,O47 85,623 4,552,560 6,415,864 16,731,430 22,230,674 2,076,191 3,347,241 5,116,656 761,261 7,929,325

d Deficit or other reverse item.
I/ Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIER OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1945

TABLE 40.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGMRS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERIES
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
so th r .............
Item All T New Mil Southern ....
CetsterictsNorthwestern CeinWet e
distrots Eastern England Atlanti oW r Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacifi
distriot region region region district region region region in region
Number of carriers represented ........................ 260 107 21 412 44 62 91 12 16 34 11
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage ........................ $3,799,26 $1,349,740 $145,378 $475,382 #728,980 $1,106,611 #1.342,435 $123,233 $40, $641,29 $36,436 3 4,
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ....................... 7 ,1393 89,01 73230 19,701 3 62, 5 1 1 6,752 31,3 ,91 128 3,1 ,687 9 3
Operation oand maintrenansp of serving ........equipment ........... 455 54 125,7165 2,99 1,3 2 1,4 55 1 1 2,, 7,2 3 1 6 12
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds .* * *195,911 7350139 10 1 2,,3 02 25,61 1 6, 2 62
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garas 1,350,923 6692 15X815 221,116 250,061 300,116 14 3,815 77,201 95,004 160,775 17,2859 0
1,e o rnue e pens .. **** **30,697 121,317 623,1 0 6, 063 1,267 2 ,3 7 2 7: 03 30022 69,140 53,26 181
Ote hpadgrg x~ne........................57,l
repairs to revenue equipment .............................11, 153 5,61,o 7,53 o 19 71,36 25110 510,920 1Z51S 6,1310
Tires and tubes-Revenue equipment ......................... 239, 119 287,58 314,5 71 1,117 3 462 3190 51 171, 310 30 1,6, 240 5
Joint gage expense--Debtr............... ........g1,366, 1,022 o 7,15 62,177 756,709 128,79 16,16,15 ,007 169 0 303 626 5 5 ,
Joint garage expense-- redipent .......................... 1,27,66 100,77 21551 07,52 369,56 12,3 393 57 717 2 0 1 0
Total ............................................ 176,9199 25,632.5552,61,337 9,605,361 13,365,5 57 19,161,752 31,297,691 3,31 00 14,113 15 1,726 515 9,83,93
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Superieson of transportatione ......................... 7,096,51 2,715, 61 295,21 193 5 1,61,95 2 ,735,765 2 03 37660 931,713 2,9o
Drivers' wages and bonuses ............................*73,*3,05 ,, 2,61,23 9,2640 13,30,152 1,949,213 30,305,97 2,997,67 15 579 1 ,371,50 6s5 o675
Fuel for revenue equipment................25722,443 5,146,540 52 3,143,60 14,391,001 7,135,759 10,15,1414 1,297, 51 1,5514,56 14,090,2 05 35b17 250
oith ge expense e 0........................... 2 5 7
Joint tao n era nte-Credi ........................... .. 25, 6 ,19 7378 213,506 207 2 22,97 670,537 67,2 107,963 6, 3
Oi fo rneequipment.................................. 1 V 7 1.9 .39 25,60 1,091.314 79.39t b93. 07 1.743.o 0 3,0
R oa l expense............................................ 3 ,1 10 2,555 167 5, 3 ,36,56 3, 52 17,0313 12,383 3,011 2 ,S 2 5,6,10
Bridge, tunel, and ferry tolls ..........................2,071,1415 1,230,255 57,520 515S,19' 327,571 229,003 612,127 16,201 25,169 ,
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees .... .257,334 1214,731 3,513 142,363 75,5 115,705 14,54 ,050 33,104 1,961 6, -o
Other transportation expenses .............................1,513,590 1,5142,2143 2014,160 560,067 1,075,016 1,1514,999 1,516,3 2147,367 191,530 502,906 50,137. 52 1 ,10 .
Total.................................117,652,949 141,5144,530 14,133,936 16,149,1417 21,261,1477 29,416,401 146,361,715 14,916,306 7,051,173 16,307,313 1,352,97 '16,70,5
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and o sons ..............................15,965,632 1 ,0719,1 5 61,419 1,373,561 ,5,,461 611,,565 1405 1,19014 2 2,875,o 42,0 279,9163
rSuppies and expensees .................................... ,1.66 5 ,007 76,238 200, 2 751 02 53 09 96,71 116, 99 0 360,122 22,1 9 5,905
Tpai rs to stato nb uilngge and e ui me. nt ................*** **** ***97,597 5********** ,05,9 39 1 32,236 1 ,1506 5
i 2:4 .gn M 9R, 219 3:a 1e 0o 39,0 '1 90 o 1,, 3 1 1719 as 4x, 090" 2ay x




Comisonslpai.............................................17,097,610 5,o37,o941399,038 2,297,26 2,935,1468 2,3,oo~ 7,518,792 55,501, 305197 21,76,13 153,509 21,63,1569
Other expenses alloweue n .............................. .... 163,239 55,361 53 ,2678 1,595 20,731 7 7 1 22 771 669 1 o 2
Interlne ommli lions paid an............... .... 7,665,923 1,67,205 1 1, 1,166,35 2,300,585 3,661 3 260,1014 67 5 1 41, 01,2
Interline commissions earned-Credit .....................7,756,519 2,21 ,151 231,746 570,399 1,1412,009 2,100,351 3, %1,9o5 299,237 1425,6, 1, 36 1 1,05,15
Coll cortieon and deliver ............................. 1 ..3 36 1 62, 72 11 2 1 9 2
Purchased collection and delivery ...................12..... 2 9 1162 150 10 1,0 7 06 59
Joint station falities-Debit ............................. 159,341 10,0 512 9215 1,696,30 2,313,511 1,532,397 112,62 3 14,730 57,712 1,3 436,7
BJoignt e tatnon faeiltes-Cred t ...................... 3,5 ,156 153,3 307,026 736,6 9,26 1,365,511 10,592 157,2581 695,830 9,0148 31,75
W otalge slnutn............. ...... ........ 35,313,134 11,01,64 822,66 3,972,931 6,222,562 10,163,51 17,131,122 1,599,789 3,091,112 6,332,217 4 33,05 5,671,169

TRAFFIC, sOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salariesra and expenses ............................... 3,314,7371 1,2,5 136,79 3 ,661 7 25,945 621 ,57 1,551,45 43,367 10,5 507 91,11 2 7,030 5179,
TTariffs and schedule................................... 1,295,775 515,923 4 1,s62 1 7,250 296,1 22,94 639556160 714,16309 52,45 20,325 1,155 1870,
Ticket and agagecssoheks ............................... 21657,95 ,632 4 ,o 465 1,719 ,921 16,,13 223,607 333,721 75,3509 1 ,05 15,35 10, 0 46 12o6 2 291,
Othpler tafi expenses ....................................'99:6 778 19 7,0 22,0 203 21,7n 1932 94979 1,g ,2 2 938g



Advertising paid....................................... 543 56 ,29 453,42 ,65 9 905, 530 1,990,311 173,195 393:119 6380572 .... 2 9
17,597,1o5 5039 13 ,2 56 2,9150,723 275,73 270 1 625766 2



Total........,09,3 ,O37,01 399,38 1,316,216 2,31,357 2,235,020 2,51,78 71,799 997,12 1,625,043 91,269 1,630,569

INSDiASCE AND SAFlTI EXENSE... .
Salaries and expenses--Ineuraee and ...r., 02... .............2 163 111 231 4143,60 1437,541 66,062 776,501 161,633 5,0
Public liablity and property damage insursasee...........0,593,995 14,670:oJi 590,0,o6 1,6 49 O22 2, 31,616 2,753,25 3,1470,092 152,939 1425,088 2,095,551 14,
Inuries and dages....................................2,1690 312,099 23,3142 23,376 51,351 321,5 1,772,765 210,316 239,675 70,513 1,1 16 0,1
Workmene compensation-Insuane .................. ... 530,670 331 0 5,29 146,37 136,90 175,105 321,175 7,261 32,1465 159,369 9,5 52,55
Workmen'e compensation-Self ne- er .................. ....102,312 5 99 1,4269, 1.,338 79,705 18,000 3,299 232 A 5,l2
Baggage and express insurance...........................12,09 5 371 5,026 206 ,556 2,.150 19 09 1,137 106 579
Burag ead coe sos and die .......... ........... 26 11,592 27,,72 19,65 71365
ire and theft insurance...................... .. ...... .1,253,755 313,1473 53,990 153,579 225,90 39 ,5114 150,501 35,5 69,251 21,,23 21,21 1 076
39it5,619 135,652 133,966 10:56 9,585. 35U, 56 1:9737 13,43 50,992686 11,017 551 51,506726 65:30990 39175





Other insurance......................................... 39,13,15 6.. 15,5142 55,0 6 65,061 129,0 1 133,_10,5 6 9,755 50o92,113,05 51,16
Total ........................................... 17,3423,27 6,359,14 767,57 2,395,136 3,193,461 1,25,95 6,777,929 5214,156 543,971 2,525,170 2014,01 230,604






62 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 199
TABLE 40.--0PERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All-----"--- Souther -**"
Item South e-a Totald.tri.ts PacifiO
Item ditrits Total n Central region Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern mountain r in
Itmdsrcs Eastern England Atlantic reinWestern region
district region reion region district region region region region
ditrc rstnreinict____ ,,,____on_,__ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general officers .......................... $5, 3107,18 2,207,3 2$7577 $1.170, 13 ,70,16 5 7 03 9 171 $11
3694362 2170,3235 z887,577 *9
Sa enes of general office l ......................... .. 9, 1l 2,o, 99,o 10530 1, 0 52, 116,,11 2 63 91 1 89 75,
x93,951 3667 5,25 1,149,49 l1234
Expenses or general officers ..************266 7 35 4So ass 3021411 o
Salaries of general office employees ................. 9,23. 114 3,238, 36o342 i,14 53 1,693 1 2,326,41 3,6 7 366 ,87 567 725 1 11
Expenses of general office employees ................. 151,290 64,133 4,U5 24,709 3,9 3404 52,33 252 9,911 21,327 1,158 14

Fancis rqieet-Dbt ........******* ,3 12 2o,969 10 2: 4 ,955 757.99 5 91- 586 -i,,
Law expenses .......................................... 1,39,9 88 5 2 27 6 23 2 4,992 44, 7 -07 2 8 6,1
General offloe supplies and expenses ................. 31775 94 4 6 9,530 5f6231 5 9 5so 7,651 20 31 2500 45 9 22,34
Communication service ................................ 1,.90,674 678,781 77,144 224,1498 377,139 41 161 79;,7 2 117328 116,916 273,217 21 49T 26:
Outside auditing expenses ....................** * 401,291 192,130 29767 32o458 73,210 95,61 113,47 1 393 9 1, 263
Employees' welfare expenses ............................ 3,692 79 1,3549,722 135,936 466 06 7 7,721 1,09036 1, 2521 2 997 72920 33 1,672


J or ain g op era tg expense se i ......................11 22 567 3621 52 1 13 675 673 ,20 5139o9,1'4:113 ois 2 8
S 696 13,353 31,635 181427 3,505 26 727 92,148 2 25, 727
Puohageneralnd stOre expenses ................................................................................. 3 1O 172,040
Oteral ............................................. ,03708 310 ,38 4,7 127, 5695 81,7290 16 146 1 ,55 600 125,12 2 6 ,30,5
Management and supervision fees and expenses 1; 33932 14,904 832 4 ,5, 25,
Othe expnse 292,031 3457,5860 22l226 23:5
Franchise requilrements--Debit ....................... ,31,2 2,969 10 2,955 4757 86 586
Franchise requirements-Credit .............................. 7
Other regulatory commission expenses ................... .30559 1246,615 4262s 514,009 8,048 74,620 14 12 4,514 944 40,027 2 218













ifihter..:.::.::::.:..:::.::.:.::O: 1790,i' ,83 71659 9~s,195 :,17ai ,417as 667931 3,208 xssi 0 3 ,932 2i 2g~ e 3,o,32
Uncollectible revenues ................................. 80,79 7,283 7,224 8,185 ,874 2,417 60,679 3,208 1,03 32,2 2,
Joint operating expense--Debit ......................... 768,3 165, 82 11,917 29,502 12 4,4 09 5 125 1 2933 7,63 5613 125, 9
Joint operating expense-Credit ...................... 1,416,689 225,506 36,216 52,015 137,275 673,203 517,980 1,91 648,151 365,014 2,891
Total .......................................... 26,346,277 10,062,334 1,114,748 3,878,000 5,069,586 6,181,797 10,102,146 1,152,784 1,24l,04 3,930,205 385,602 3,392,451
Grand Total ..................................... 286,921,22 98,954,368 10,219,674 37,320,64 51,414,630 71,1477,472 116,489,388 11,977,634 17,670,626 43,98,1 O14 3,325,914 39,616,876










TABLE 41.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
dIstrclts Total New Middle rn Total Northwestern MidWestern Southwestern Paciflo
districts Central region oueste
Eastern England Atlantic Mregion region Mun
district re ion re r n reo district region region
Number of carriers represented ....................... 260 107 21 42 414 62 91 12 16 34 11 18
Structures .......................................... $909,683 *370,925 *64,392 $149,399 0157,134 #185,717 $353,041 $26,682 $99,005 89,821 *15,557 *121,976
Revenue equipment:
Freight ........................................... 523 523 523
Passenger .......................................... 24,909, 68 8,093,833 916,592 2,862,015 4,315,226 7,164,899 9,651,036 979,192 1,284,24; 3,936,278 250,282 3,201,035
Combination .......................................-
service oars and equipment ........................... 355,092 113,209 13,204 42,34g 57,657 89,70 12,179 7,671 22,796 77,112 6,136 2, 0
shop and garage equipment ............................ 371,828 115,1450 9,754 45963 9347 2 O,471 26,79 77,112 6,362 8,230
Furniture and office equipment....................... 352,162 108,91 4 11,284 38, ,5 108,600 1314,8 17,30 4 17,672 59,961 4, 37 37 3
Mi scellaneous equipment .............................. 115,915 33:o.1 ?,181 22,63 17 29 1 ,916 ;7,e6 7066 5,292 37, z
Improvements to leasehold property ................... 606,15 308, 181 1,963 I ,79 l 3,8 8,92 7,381
Unitiue rpry66,115 208861 19879 61,258 729 1 V,351 252,898 2434 7,538 122,'+2214
Distributed propery............................... 827 827
Total ........................................... 27,621,813 9,044,803 1,037,286 3,212,9014 4,794,613 7,802,861 10,774,149 1,092,5142 1,482,561 4,380,706 284,738 3,533,602
AA&ustments .......................................... d 966.2914 d 368 .064 d 22.951 d 126,061 d 219.052 d 370397 d 227.833 A 31.261 d 114,174 d 83.605 _1&6o 6,767
Grand Total ............. 26,655,519 8,676,739 1,014,335 3,086,843 4,575,561 7,432,146 10,5146,316 1,061,281 1,368,387 14,297,101 279,178 3.540,369

d Deficit or other revere item.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948 .

TABLE 42.-.REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT. ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR, AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 194.

All Eastern district Western district
ItemAll Total New Middle t rTotal
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Northwestern Mid-Western S Rocky ifi
district region reion region Westrton region re n on o i on

Num.ber of carriers represented .................. 260 107 21 42 62 91 12 16 341i 11. 1
Eq uipment acquired during the year:
Busses Number of units ...... 3,711 1,104 101 286 1 1,14 166 176 112 885 33 $ 340,60
Cost ......................$67,602,30 $18,753,362 $1,183,037 $1,1,2 $1158,759,61 430,09 1 $42884 219,8 $13,683,10 $9215 $,I9,
Tractors Number of uits .......... -
Cost .................... .....
Trailers Number of units ........."
Cost ..............
Other equipment- Cost .............. .163,70 27,528 2,729 9,628 15,171 114,040 22,136 1,1400 6,661 3,767 2,701 7,607

Total cost of all equipment acquired ... 67,766,134 18,780,890 1,185,766 4,027,551 13,567,573 18,873,657 30,111,587 .,210,2.7 2,498,449 13,686,876 298,916 9,417,099
pment retired from service during the year: .

Busses Number of units .......... 3,0 9 292 999 1,021 105 .... 548 2024
Tractors Number of units -..........-
Cost ...................... ..... -. ...........
Trailers Number of units .......... 2 .- - 2- cost ............... 41:6 $8,6o0 ....
Other equipment- Goat .......................... 19 345,566 64,490 223.348 57,72; 14,394 88,189 43,1455 7,696 1,35, 35,684

Total cost of all equipment retired !/.. 25,969,523 8,734,577 754,650 2,472,547 5,507,390 7,685,991 9,548,965 926,667 1,312,920 5,022,45 164,284 2,122,64.4
ipment owned at close of year:
Busses Number of units .......... 15,290 5,237 643 2,040 2,554 4,34 5,719 651 762 2,232 211 1,863
Cost ..................... $219,479,690 $72,039, 9 $7,476,257 $26,217,002 $38,346,190 $60,1446,122 $86,99.,119 ,$9,769,803 $12,760,546 31,350,171 $2,093,752 *31,019,8147
Tractors Number of units .......... -
Cost .....................
Trailers Number of units .......... 1... 1 ....
Cost ..................... $200 $200
Other equipment- Coat...................... 643,270 2142,560 71,076 117,909 53,575 2514,579 146,135 1,400 27,911 51,521 10,289 55,011
Total cost of all equipment owned ...... 220,123,164 72,282,009 7,547,333 26,334,911 38,399,765 60,700,901 87,14o,254 9,771,203 12,788,457 31,401,695 2,104,o14 31,074,850

see footnote No. I to table 36.





64 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 43.--EMPLOYEES: AVERAGE NUMBER TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENSATION BY CLASSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE, 1948
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Eastern district
All districts S outhern, region
All district Eastern district, Total New England region Middle Atlantio region Central region Southern region
Classification of employees
lassifioation of employees eg Average Average Total verage average ot Total vereraoe Average Total Aerage Average TotSI ale
number of oompen-number of compen- e in mpe number of compen- ompen number o ompen- mpen number of ompa nmeemployees station employees satemp aonualon numbe8pen2numb mplo97e 6 m63 1eag
Tra t ayation neorayees nprai: Statition:latlon employeestionation atin
Number of carriers represented ............... 260 107 21 42 2,4 62
Equipment maintenance and garage: i11,
Supervisory ............................ D 684 $2,941,389 $4,300 256 171,9 $4,57 $130,307 4,654 93 .376 704
Mechanioe .lnludng working foremen ,285 2320; ,890 3,185 2,270 7322,663 3,22 236 757,900 351 3d0 2 3,28 12 70 3,5 822,92 3 810
Service employees....................... D 2 7243 2, 102 2,382 ~,31 2 32 1 2, 4372 133 2 16 842,15 2,68 188
;, 3 :339 2,0a2,44 2,252 154 31 76 5 lo 8,624 2 tg7 1: 02 004 1,9j I:6ga :7
Others (including clerical employees) 1,018 2,53, 7 2,538 39 899,o6z4 2,652 1 0, 2,205 2 16,5 2 ,4 241 M,. 2710 3,9 2,148
Transportation:
Supervisory ............................. D 1,441 5, 87,735 4:,06 530 2,234,763 24,217 6 286,260 4,73 231 23,4 3,96 232 1,025,49 4420 361 701 3,761
Drr.j: / .................... 74 ,233 3, 6o 7,2H7 52,293 3,513 2,815,o37 3,320 2 9,2,6 3:34 3,60T 13,301, 21 3,688 5,4 17,97 .735 3,2 6
Others (Including leral employees) ... 200 ,3 2, 19 165 363,238 2,201 2 5,537 2,769 5 064 ,l4 19109 251,557 2,308 197,012 2,35

Station:
Station employees ....................... D 6,993 16,054,965 2,296 1,687 24,047,03 2,399 14 453,058 2,462 621 1,376,895 2,217 882 2,217,350 2,514 1,939 4,061,991 2,095
Traffic, eolicitation and advertising:
Supervisory ............................. D 262 1,189,31 2 4,5241 105 465,869 4,437 11 47,978 4,362 36 149 ,831 4,162 58 268,060 2,622 59 24,52 4,20o4
Solicitors .............................. D 2248 81,916 3,96 99 37,47 3,813 13 45,777 3,521 23 898,72 3,8:5 63 242,7 3,87 2 2 3,812
Others (including clerical employees) ... D 312 768,326 2, 43 107 269,386 2,51 8 18,395 2,299 37 85,143 2,301 62 165,8 2,675 71 16,585 2,318
Insurance and safety:
Su visory ............................ 97 421, 087 437 1,694 14 72,1 5,174 16 160,392 3,9
Others (including clerical employees) ... B 113 30,6 4,685 24 702222 337 162 2 2,44 ,7419,677 4,980 2216,9 389
73 303,363 2,5 97,0 2,426 7,718 1,930 14 27,403 1,957 22 1,933 2,815 3 60,283 2,621
Administrative and general:
Officers, ownersand partners ........... D 56 5,306,230 9,375 234 2,3 1,67 10,007 39 2,623 7,29 9 1 059,124 11,76 10 930 9,504 146 1,3 ,0 9,001
Clerical...............................D 4, 891270 2,220 1 3,152,106 2,192 169 35780 2,117 59 1,152,388 2,099 720 1,641,938 2,28021,138b 246 2,095
Others7................................. 218 73.197 3.O88 238,407 2.772 5 1 3.260 30 74,289 2,2476 51 17,817 2,898 5118,95 2,332
Total Daily basis .................... .124,985 43,29,3O9 2,898 4,614 14, 50,84 3,154 530 1,651,54 3,116 1,738 5,446,872 3,134 2,346 7252,388 3, 77 4,069 IO,7 ,092 2,650
Total Sourly sis.................. .. 32,883 108,o, 68 3,286 11,099 36,6,701 3,288 1,253 4,001,05 3,193 24,286 13,554,328 3,162 5,560 18,921,268 3,o7 8,676 25,858,812 2,980


Western district
lassifoation of employees Western district, Total Northwestern region Mid-Western region Southwestern region Rocky Mountain region Pacific region
vera vers verag fAverage Average Avrag
AverggT lAverage Total annual Average Tot annual annuage Average Total annual Aver Total annual
Avzag ota n nua Acerp AveraTge umerg c To= nnal nub :"f T:
number of oompen- number of fcompeno- number of ompen- number of ompen- cm number of compen- nul
!! eompen-epl ye oop n- p l y e sation aose employ e o p n
employee.mcationsation.employees4 employees action compen employees nation
emplties sctnenloatsons nsatnon atn I station
Number of carriers represented ............. 91 12 16 34 11 18
Equipment maintenance and garage:
Supervisory ............................D. 212 0$47,1i4 $ 1 $99,482 85,236 0 3,903 1$17 666 4,44 29 4 160 22 $11.9,396 $ $42
Mechanicsincludng working foremen) . 3,102 10,3 , 22 86,1.67 ,,52 51 1,262 3,102 1,0 2, 228 0 1,064 9 ,883
Service employees........................ 1,210 2,73819 2,26 197 2,293 12 9,O62 2,179 5 3 ,275 1,094 105 23 1,0 25,817 2
Others (including clerical employees) .... 463 1,220,616 2,636 57 162,0,3 2, 892, 1 10 431,41 2,397 9 ,0 2,951 17 140,983 2,822
Transportation:
Supervisory ............................. s 2 5,gl 4,17 42 79 91 167 703,924 24,215 10 37,029 3,703 243 1,019,076 4,194
Drivers r/................. 85 ,9,7 ,7 25,7 27o o, 5 917 2917 10,925,34a 2,70 050 139 50 ,5,7q 3,952
D..r... c a e e r 30, 9,25 3,9 779 2,9872,.R8 3,835 1,081 24, ,106 2,9541,7, 3,2 20 37 53 5 3 9
O s l.179 32,090 2,14 19,265 2,433 99,069 2,2477 53 135,292 2,553 1 4 961 77 17,303 2,251
Station:
Station employees ....................... D 3,367 7,915,671 2,360 257 606,357 2,359 516 1,228,246 2,380 1,346 2,963,316 2,202 lo4 251,942 2,423 1,144 2,895,810 2,531
Traffl, solicitation and advertising:
Supervisory ............................. D 98 471,910 4,856 37,1 9,293 1,313 251,lg5 44 3 1,595 3,65 20 96', 062 6 4'aL
Solicitors .............................D 126 2,69 3,37, 12 6 224 3,32%g 14 68 2
Others (including clerical employees) ... D 134 33 7 055 2,42, 9 21 259 2376 37 99
insurance and safety:
SDer4vis 1z7 .a. 3............. .... 23 1
Others (including clerical employees) .. 0 1,190 4,573 2 +,415 8,208 3 12,062 4,021 124 59,354 4,240 1 24,419 4,419 3 12,94o 4,31.
1'5 ,026 2,921 15 9o,700 2,713 12 27,053 2, 254 23 71,273 3,403
Administrative and general:
Officeers, owners, and. partners ......D 186 1' 65o,45 ,28 8 83 19 5,168"125 a, 9,97 130 3,7215,279 7,176+ 572 7,35,1o75599 1o 7217 192117,773Z6 6,179 46 414 ,f59 9,O0l
Clrisal ............................... 186 246 22 30 61 3.6 27.o7 199 463,. 2 347 13 1.70 49 17#1
Others ................................. D 8 ,3 2 573 1, ,1 30 5 924
-3596 3,999 7 ,005 3,715 6 270 ,8e41 53 217,902 4,111 1 1, 0 1 0 'z 536483 3,8 20
Total Daily bas s................ 6,302 18,097,373 2,872 571 1,680,812 2,944 940 2,653,995 2,823 2,4 7,002,16 2, 6,183, 2,924
Total hourly basis:.................... 13,108 45,689,155 3,486 1,199 4,295,450 3,583 1,852 6:620:53 3,575 4,93 1,121,56 3,295 1 ,250,623 2,97 4,7 17:400: 3,68

NOTE. The symbol 'D" designates those employees reported on a daily basis; all other classes are reported on an hourly basis. I/ This Item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased transportation" service.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIES OF PASSENGERS FOR THE EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194 65
TABLE 44._.OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY gERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948


Eastern district Weten district
A"l --- mr s. Middle Suhr ~ a
Item district Eastern England Atlantic Central region et Northwestern MUd-Westa Smuth-t on Pacific
strict reg la reion region distrit regon reegnre ... region
Number of carriers represented ............ *.......... 260 107 21 42 44 62 91 12 16 34 11
Average number of passenger vehicles In intercity revenue
service:
Owned equipment:
in operation......... ........10,865 3,425 527 1,414 1,484 3,290 4,16 486 31 1,774 15 1
762 292121 1167 183 290 17 35 io6 1
st.roy r.....e.............................. ........ 501 42 731 A 83 208 2 302
Leased equip operation................ ........ .8 5 1 l 185 279 5 33 210 6
Purchased transportation In operation ........... 252 95 57 3f 57 100 9 5 17 14
Total intercity vehicles ......................... 14.622 41,929 647 1,999 2,283 4.133 5,560 635 840 2,315 200 1,570

Number of revenue busses owned at close of year:
Intercity operation ................ ........14,081 4,624 611 255,244,7 5.37 ~ 641 762 2,223 184 1
Local operation ................................... 1,209 613_ 32 .9 234o 255 3! 9 23

Total number of revenue bussee owned .............. .. 15,290 5.237 643 2,040 2,554 4,334 5,719 651 762 2,232 211 1,s63
Bue-miles operated in revenue service (with load and
empty):
Owned vehicles;,
Bsses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) 987,779,1 282,27,170 29,280,835 98,093,326 156,923,009 27,501 469789 4,0,19 504,2 162586 2166 1379,3
-Local seice ........................47,928,645 22,657,056 1,456,122 7,270,859 13,930,075 7,587,542 17,63,847 165,518 220,933 322 ,94 16 97 51v
-Charer, sightseeing and other 0 1 7 75 3 22
special service .................26,511,11.7 10,989,334 2,124,428 4,461,953 4,402,953 6,784,981 8,736,802 1,131,707 1.361,097 3,031,572 990,665 2,261,761
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ............ 5,738 65,656 400,082 61,944 60,916 30,652 30-264
Tota ............... .................... 5, 2 1 79,66 9 1 75 0 ,75 6 3,56 3
Toa.................... ,0,07,177 316,409,298 32,861,385 109,891,794 173,656,119 292,988,485 453,409,394. 48,098,644 66,406,261 172,488,601 13,390,269 153,025,819
Leased vehicles:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) 54, 521,550 16,726,201 1,928,537 6 ,90056 7,897,101 217,225,8 20,569,466 458,854 3,765,958 14,16,04 1047,326 1,24
-Local service ................... .. 226,533 ,} 6,61 1 0 261,71 3 3
-Charter, sightseeing and other 14 2 )6 5,4 7 3
special service .............. 853,181 505,281 109,054 75,439 320,788 347,900 2,510 87,605 e3,933 202,075 31,877
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .......... ..-
Total ..................................... 58,201,264 19,796,156 2,037,591 9,382,166 ,376,399 17,487,354 20,917,754 461,364 3,53,563 141 ,877 ,1,249, 601 1i,6,549
Purchased transportation:
Busse operated-Intercity service (regular routes) ,755,755 4,716,393 90,332 2,766,249 1i,g69,812 2,722,347 1,317,015 104,399 624,541 414,990 20,829 152,256
cLocal service .................... 5,233 5,233 5233 2
-Charter, slghtseeing and other
special service ................ .622,214 40,890 15,482 231,547 233,61 5,89 85,475 56,500 10,061 16,778 ,136
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggage, mai5l, 50 a 6,72
express, and/or newspaper service .. ....--....- --....
Total ....................................... .9,33,202 5,202,516 95,814 3,003,029 2,103,673 2,778,196 1,4o2,490 104,399 681,O 2 425,051 37,607 154,392
Grand total bue-mlles ..................... 1,130,391,643 341,407,970 34.994,790 122,276,99 184,136,191 313,254,035 475,729,638 48,664,407 70,940,865 187,097,329 14,677,277 14,39,76.0
Passengers, revenue, carried:
Interclty (regular route) ..................... ..... 42,757,666 156 ,759,526 21 ,0,648 67,731,482 67,624,796 134,290,384 129,707,356 14, 784 438 15,535,30 56,834.929 2Q3,54 39,839,061
Loal excludee e transfer ............................ 10,292,53 b3,7986 4,58,255 20,600,298 38,610,133 11,88,77 30,612,00 561,54 3,706 9 29,297121
Charter, sightseeing and other special revenue
passengers .... .......................... ......... 9,716,464 5,669,457 1,217,705 2,21,023 1 .630,729 2,346,276 1,700,731 290,753 240,958 424,339 125,65 618,9 96
Total nuer of revenue passengers ole d ...... 0536,766,713 226,228,069 27,209,608 91,152,803 107,865,658 148,518,537 162,020,107 15,636,545 15,776,338 57,611,974 3,240.072 69.75,178
Intercity passengers carried free (including employees) 1,095,267 380,012 50,920 182,152 146,940 183,756 531,499 59,118 49,612 302,010 42,731 78,028
Total number of passengers carried .................... 537,861,980 226,608,081 27,260,528 91,334.,955 108,012,598 148,702,293 162,551,606 15,695,663 15,825,950 57,913,984 3,282,803 i 69,833,206
Passenger-mles regular route lnterity. ................ 20,568,569,906 5,929,072,550 545,662,477 2,058,696,716 3,324,713,357 5,855,597,017 8,783,900,339 907,355,568 1,372.214,880 3,383,812,608 229.689,874 2, 90,827,409
Passenger revenue: 2
Intercity service regular route ......................2358,394,601 *111,202,47 10,678,456 41,000,655 *59,523,326 298,711,567 *14,4O0597 *15,698,976 *23,464,174 *59,645,48 .618 ,99 4,4 026
Local servie ...................................... O19 ,109,92 10,211,328 458,652 548,831 5 203,845 1,9,8 ,955,57 57,956 81,289 7 ,27 7400
Charter, sightseeing and other speoll service 10,695,803 5,192,728 954,273 2,228,852 2,oo9,6o3 2,075,220 3,427,855 481,002 506,708 1,115,857 327,083 95,025
Total 388,199,996 126,606,493 47,778,338 66,736,774 102,729,676 15.,863,827 16,237,934 23,972,882 60,842,574 4,587,348 53,223,089

Total expenses includingg depreciation and cpe alr e i n ts c d as acting
taxes and rents) ...................................... 350,632,253 118,619,003 12,239,855 44,987,613 61,391,535 90,434,881 141,578,369 14,567,959 20,954,891 54,1i4i,198 4,029,037 47,88,284
AVERAGES
Bus-miles per owned and aleased vehicle per annump
Intercity service (regular routes) ................... 72,533 61,858 4S,537 54,065 72,397 72,566 81,959 75,496 87,955 79,607 70,774 86,031
Revenue per passenger per carrier:
lnteroy service o gular rute) ..................... $0. $0 $0.499 $o.605 $0.880 $0:7 $1,145 s1.o62 $1.510 $1.049 #1.52 "1.14z
Local ervics ................................... ... o .100 .221 13 .la7 103 .30 3"
charter, sIghtseeing and other apeolal service ........ 1,101 .916 .784 .790 1:23? .884 2.015 1.654 2.111 630 2.6 1. 7
Passenger revenue Per bus-pile:
Interoty service (regular ute) .............. 341 66 .341 361 .331 .331 .38 .324 .
L o c a l s e 1 34D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7 6 54 7 .. 7:. 3 6 4.2
.a.ter, i.htseeng and other eps7l .ervos ..82.5 .303 37 M .33
Passenger avenue per interoity passenger-mils ............0174 .0188 .o196 .0199 .0179 .0169 .0169 .017 .0171 .o176 .o12 .0157
Passenger-miles: 20 20
Per b u-mile--Interity (avea ge load) ..........20 20 17 1 20 621 20.1 72.6
Per paeseger per oarrieo'--Interolty (average journey) 48.9 37.8 25.5 30.4 49.2 43.6 67.7 68. 59.5 S".1
Expenses per bus-mile 1/ ................................... $0.310 $0-347 $0.350 $0.368 $0.333 $D.261 $0.298 *0.299 $0.295 *0.289 $0.275 $0.310

Basis figures Include expenses of operating vehicle, in Interocty service and in local service; these expenses
are not separable. Comparison of average revenue and expenses per bus-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part ofthe total revenue.
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66 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 45.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All Total New TMde Southern Total Roo
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern mountain Pacific
district region region region district region region region re Ion ....
Number of carriers represented ........................ 94 77 13 45 19 98 3 5
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................. $14,079,943 $12,309,472 $4,039,261 $5,158,796 $3,111,415 0952,371 $817,100 $116,931 $700,169
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ......................... 7,002,810 6, 47,739 20,565,671 37,029,800 10,579,262 6,995,617 2,532,54 492,850 2,039,604
36,23121 31,25 9 29:09,787,80 Z 5 929 3
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .....1,,412,001 3, 16,115 1,289,900 279,1R4 1,010,756
Otheerve operty ...........................8,137,31 8,071,67 1,566, 7794,279 6,430,607 10,750 55,003 55,003
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ....... 2,198,691 2,182,846 520,585 i1,199 1,621,o62 15,85 - 15,45
Total tangible property less reserve ......... 7,710,126 42,83,162 10,824,079 20,767,280 11,246,903 3,590,252 1,281,712 213,706 1,068,006
Intangible property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other ........ .,865,665 %,217,936 78,651 3,570,508 598,73 568,39 49,290 12,115 37,175
Reserve for amortization ........................ 19,11 387,938 277,094 110,8 18,365 12,893 11,500 1,3 5
Total intangible property less reserve ....... 4,46,517 3,859,998 78,651 3,293,41 487,933 550,074 36,445 615 35,830
Investment securities and advances Total ............ 2,690,797 2,503,573 47,450 779,230 1,676,893 55,716 131,508 16,770 114,738
Deferred debits Total .................... I .......... 1,961,115 1,759,411 500,870 580,055 678,486 175,606 26,098 7,779 18,319
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ........ 609,21 609,131 97,916 97,018 414,197 110 110
Total assets ....................................... 71,496,739 63,879,747 15,588,227 30,675,793 17,615,727 5,324,019 2,292,973 355,801 1,937,172
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ........................... 12,246,366 10,781,332 2,582,113 6,077,158 2,121,761 929,666 535,368 80,137 455,231
Advances payable Total .............................. 1,370,731 1,182,990 37,045 652,227 493,718 187,741 187,741
Equipment and other long-term obligations:
Equipment obligations .............................. 9,201,73 7,425,619 2,727,826 3,078,230 1,619,593 1,379,09 39,05 397,045
Bonds and other long-term obligations .............. 13,293,99 13,020,99 5,782,764 5,600,505 1,637,725 159,000 10 ,000 104,000
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 22,485,737 20,46,643 8,510,590 8,678,735 3,257,318 1,538,049 501,0o5 501,05
Deferred credits Total .............................. 168,507 91,850 27,024 41,025 23,801 74,715 1,942 1,942
Reserves for insurance, injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total .................................. 3,192,660 3,117,454 1,010,556 1,851,993 25.,905 67,789 7,417 7,417
Capital stock and noncorporate capital:
Capital stock Total .............................. 36,195,573 35,303,873 25,87,495 3,792,93 5,623,435 724,092 167,6o8 167,6o8
Sole proprietorship capital ........................ 178,71 27661.8 86,585 171,28 18,1315 104,27 97,419 97,19
Partnership capital ................................ 00,093 77,674 26,183 51,91 39,1429 282,990 17 ,825 108,165
Total capital stock and nonoorporate capital .... 37,074,380 35,658,195 26,000,263 4,O16,362 5,641,570 868,168 548,017 272,eJ4 275,773
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus .................................. 8,567,557 8,529,790 83,917 4.11,16 ,034,709 37,767
Earned surplus .................................... d 13.609,199 d15.928,507 d 22,663,581 8,94'7,129 d 2,212,055 1,807,865 511,1. 3,420 508,023
Total unappropriated surplus ....................d 5.041.642 d 7,398,717 d 22,579,664 9,358,293 5,122,65 1,815,632 511,443 3,420 508,023
Total liabilities .................................. 71,496,739 63,979,747 15,588,227 30,675,793 17,615,727 5,324,019 2,292,973 355,801 1,937,172

d Deficit or other reverse Item.




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TABLE 46.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 194,6

Eastern district Western district
Itemdo n Total ...RocSt
ETten Enga AaCentral region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain
dt t district region region district region region region region ..reg.on

Number of carriers represented ..........................94 77 13 45 19 9 8 3 5
Land and land rights ................................... $1,972,853 $1,846,865 $681,781 $618,294 $546,790 $66,301 $59,687 $1,200 $587
Structures ............................................. ,563,898 7,773,066 3,647,145 2,584,291 1,541,630 608,773 182,09 217 17l:84I
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 2,293,466 2,157,685 1,247,05Z 559,294 351,337 104,812 30,9 9 2,19 2,775
Investment, less reserve ............................ 6,270,432 5,615,381 2,400,091 2,024,997 1,190,293 503,961 151,090 7,023 144,067
Revenue equipment:
iJ Passenger:- ,7,
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 59,183,571 51v794,106 14,374,94o 2Z,71,713 7,690,453 5,419,796 1,979,669 322,512
Additions and betterments ........................ 8,793,711 7,589,000 1,610,741 ,755, 92 1,22,287 682,550 522,161 154,11 9,0
Retirements 5/3.................................... 5,572,349 4,119,723 964,740 3,107,143 647,46 45,71 396,925 3937 7
Balance at close of year ............................ 62, 04,933 54,b53,383 15,020, 41 31,367,542 8,264,900 5,6Z,145 2364,905 37,20 74
Reserve for depreciation................ ..... 31,664,209 27,577,00b6 ,778,Z65 1 ,962,591 3,835,950 2,920,731 1,166, 72 2 9,358 917,11
Investment, less reserve ...................... 30,740,724 27,076,377 6,242,476 16,404,951 4,428,950 2,725,914 938,433 187,922 750,511
Service cars and equipment ............................. 1,217 94 1,085,536 588,206 386,151 111,179 96,328 36,030 14,546 21,494
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 691,677 639,1U3 406,530 170,079 61,834 39,798 13,436 4,016 9,420
Investment, less reserve ............................ 526,217 447,093 181,676 216,072 49,345 56,530 22,594 10,530 12,064
Shop and garage equipment .............................. 1,479,038 1,233,681 341,962 674,252 217,467 186,877 58,480 8,981 49,499
Reserve for depreciation ............................... .822,694 690,O43 193,421 397,904 98,718 96,899 35,752 6,056 29,696
Investment, less reserve ; ........................... 656,344 543,638 148,541 276,348 118,749 89,978 22,728 2,925 19,803
Furniture and office equipment ......................... 622,190 505,139 175,01 233,1Il 96,929 85,134 31,91k 7,608 24,309
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 314,548 257,545 103,24 112,49Z Zi,807 4,79 16,12- 5,o4o IiO8
Investment, less reserve ............................ 307,642 247,594 71,847 120,625 55,122 44,255 15,793 2,568 13,225
Miscellaneous equipment ................................ .14,946 85,616 16,517 54,539 14,500 18,229 1,101 ..- 1,101
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 49,106 43,286 4,561 28,691 10,034 5,065 755 .- 755
Investment, less reserve ............................ 55,840 42,330 12,016 25,848 4,466 13,164 346 .... 346
Improvements to leasehold property ..................... 611,139 271,534 92,799 107,995 70,74o 287,330 52,275 14,018 38,257
Reserve for depreciation ................................ 349,828 137,488 54,531 47,667 35,290 185,9 26,392 12,480 13,912
Investment, less reserve ............................ 261,311 134,046 38,268 60,328 35,450 101,382 25,883 1,538 24,345
Undistributed property .................................
Reserve for depreciation ...............................- .........
Investment, less reserve ............................ .- -.
Unfinished construction ................................ 1,025,919 '1,019,919 1,175 1,003,617 15,127 6,000 .... 6,000
Total investment in carrier operating property ......... 78,002,810 68,474,739 20,565,671 37,029,800 10,879,262 6,995,617 2,532,454 492,859 2,039,604
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 36,185,528 31,501,496 10,787,90 11,279,720 4 ,34,970 3,394,132 1,289,900 279,14 1,010,756
Reserve for amortization ............................... 45,896 23,913 16,879 7,034 21,983
Total investment in carrier operating property
less reserves for depreciation and amortization .. 41,771,386 36,949,330 9,777,871 20,734,201 6,437,258 3,579,502 1,242,554 213,706 1,028,848

The differences between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those shown in table 52 result from accounting adjustments.





68 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19418
TABLE 47.--INCOME STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item Total New e SouthernTotal Roc
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
district region region region district region region region region region
Number of carriers represented ......................... . 94 77 13 45 19 98 3 5
REVENUES
Operating revenues .................................... $92,145,124 080,358,429 $21,202,356 $44,787,026 $14,369,o47 $8,18,44 $3,678,211 0599,190 83,079,021
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses ................. 71,342,309 62,059,931 16,396,339 34,43,19 11,20,443 6,434,O01 2,848,377 417,666 2,430,711
Depreciation expense ................................... 6, ,229 5,452,878 1, 64,32Z 3,04,327 9 8,227 701,551 289,800 63,849 225,951
Amortization chargeable to operations ................. 38,886 32,70o 22,000 1,677 9,027 6,182
operating taxes and licenses. .............. ............ 5,578,908 4,569,1 -9 1 ,243,89 2,507,990 817,965 70o, 1 259,825 44,674 215,151
Operating rents--Net .................................. 1,281,195 1,125,665 s0, S 7 761,196 283,622 100,043 55,487 17,79 37,738
Total expenses ................................... 84,685,527 73,241,027 19,207,404 40,74J,339 13,289,24 7,991,011 3,453,489 543,938 2,909,551
Net operating revenue ............................ 7,459,597 7,117,402 1,994,952 4,042,687 1,079,763 117,473 224,722 55,252 169,470
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ............. 281 ,202 281,202 11,403 255,152 1i,647
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ......... 25,012 25,012 22,232 2,780
Net carrier operating income ..................... 7,203,407 6,861,212 2,005,781 3,790,315 1,O65,116 117,473 224,722 55,252 169,470
OTHER INCOME
Net income from noncarrier operations ................. 710,704 700,471 34,712 d 5 ,54 719,2 10,233 -... 10,233
Net income from nonoperating property ................. 44,164 13, 1 19,270 0 22793 233 -23
In t er e st in com e . . . . .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . 9 3 ,39 9 8 ,64 3 5 ,1 2 2 44 ,89 3 6,2 2 ,0 71 4 ,68 5 207 1 L1
Dividend income ....................................... 83,928 83,92 2,525 199 81,20 ...
Income from sinking and other funds ................... 3,679 3,679 2, 16 519 74 -
Other nonoperating income ............................. 23,258 20,792 1,163 16,61-3 2,686 3,200 d 734 101 d 935
Total other income .............................. 959,132 939,444 65,508 10,638 863,298 5,271 14,417 308 14,109
Gross income .................................... 8,162,539 7,800,656 2,071,289 3,800,953 1,928,414 122,7J4 239,139 55,560 183,579
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
In t er es t o n l o n g- t erm ob l i g a t i on s . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 6 5 1 0 0 8 5 9 ,1 7 8 2 7 1 ,3 441 6 0,0 53 1 2 7 7 8 1 7 1 ,2 1 3 3 4 70 9 -... 3 4 0 9
Oth er interest dedu ctions ... .......................... 8 5, 28 75,354 2,013 66,668 6,673 7 ,4-50 2 ,183 .
Taxes assumed on interest ............................. 216 216 216
Amortization of debt discount and expense ........... .. 11,395 11,362 9,981 612 769 33 ......
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ............
Other deductions ...................................... 234,48 201,043 35,100 162,75 3,568 32,533 911 501 110
Total income deductions .......................... 1,296,.5 1,147,153 319,438 689,9241 138,791 111,229 38,103 501 37,602
Net income before Income taxes ................... 6,866,054 6,653,503 1,752,851 3,111,029 1,789,623 11,515 201,036 55,059 115,977
Provision for income taxes _/ ........................ 2,692,244 2,604,664 744,ggg 1,242,829 616,947 32,412 55,168 55,168
Net income ....................................... 4,173,810 4,0-,939 1,007,963 1,868,200 1,172,676 4 20,897 145,868 55,059 90,809
Operating ratio ........................... (percent) 91.90 91.14 90.59 90.97 92.49 98.55 93.89 90.78 94.50
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS ND WITHDRAWALS ,3
Dividends. ........................................... 2,92,422 $2,922122 *61,269 21,364,261 $696,892 $6,000
Withdrawals .........................................76,998 25,417 24,16 1,271 10,581 *11,000 -26,00 $15,000
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 3,005,420 2,947,839 861,269 1,38,407 698,163 16,581 41,000 26,000 15,000


Does not Include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
/ Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.





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TABLE 48.--OPERATING REVENUES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
Item All New Central Southern
di tr ctsTtern Englan Atlantic Central region Toolay
Eastern England Atlantic Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
Numberdistrict n reion reon n district region region region ....... region
Number of carriers represented .94 77 13 45 19 9 8 3 5
revenue.............................. $93,155, 27 $72,973,70 1 259 $3 621,7Z9 $12,900,'09 $7,622,622
Specialbus revenue .............................. 7,637,952 6,198, 316 $2 lO ', 62l751 $123O',69 $7 6 i, 5, 02 W4,33 $2, 71
Baggage revenue .................................. 2,233 2,156 2, 7, 3 71 ,79
Mail revenue .......................................... .1 1, 11 1 1,316 77 ..- 9.. .
Newspaper revenue ................................. 9...44,1 41,622 8,283 3,25 2,55 .
Miscellaneous station revenue ..................... 169, 03 15,254 7,0166609 ,6 14,100 13,.
Other operating revenue........................... 99,205 91 914 81,857__ 764,735 68,322 41,801 41,490 7...
Total operating revenues ................... .92,145,124 80,358,429 21,202,356 44,787,026 14,369,047 8,108,484 3,678,211 599,190- 3,079,021






TABLE 49.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All Southern
Item districts Total New Middle Central region Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern
Eastern England Atlantic Western oreion M egion rester n re
,, district region region dstrct region region region Mountain region
Number of carriers represented .................... 94 77 13 45 19 9 8 3 5
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline other fuel and oil taxes ............. $2,242,287 $1, 56,983 $564,710 $855,372 $336,901 $387,117 $97,587 $i,604 $78,983
Vehicle licenses and registration fees 927,469 148,547 97,195 43,6o 116,702 197,11 81,281 14,951 66,330
Real estate and personal property taxes .... 9,232 4 283,421 132,396 131,Z32 52,178 9,713 3,14 099
Social security taes .......................... 762:8 373,926 41,069 so4
Other taxes .................................... 1,037,051 9R2,473 112,500 711,616 138,357 3 30,175 701 -2474
Total operating taxes and licenses ........ 5,578,908 4,569,849 1,243,894 2,507,990 817,965 749,234 259,825 44,674 215,151
Provision for income taxes: I/
Federal income tax:
Normal tax .............................. 1,660,8O1 1,597,154 470,955 785,802 340,397 24,260 39,387 -33,1
Surtax ....................................... 799,423 786,750 273,685 422,80 90,185 5,312 7,361
Excess profits tax ...........................
Total Federal income taxes .............. 2,460,224 2,383,904 744,640 1,208,682 430,582 29,572 46,748 46,749
State income taxes ............................. 69,902 8,642 248 34,13 24,263 2,840 8,420 8,420
Other income taxes ............................. 162,118 162 ,11 16 162,102
Total provision for income taxes ......... 2,692,244 2,604,664 744,888 1,242,829 616,947 32,412 55,168 -. ... 55,168
Total taxes ............................. 8,271,152 7,174,513 1,988,782 3,750,819 1, 434,912 781,646 314,993 44,674 270,319

1/ Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.




70 STATISTICS OF LASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 50.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All -- Total New Middle Southern Total .Hooky
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
district region region region district region region region reio region

Number of carriers represented ........................ 94 77 13 45 19 9 3- 5
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage ...................... $1,121350 $1,0172 $319,579 $540,410 $151,794 $79,922 $29,746 6,559 $23,1 ..
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ................ 361 55 53,967 13,495 2043, 11,73 6,32 2,oo6 275 73I
Operation and maintenance of service equipment ...... 195,391 183,154 77,616 157,54,84 11,223 i,4 ..- 1,01
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds 319,77 294,689 93,652 -45,520 21-- 393
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 566,1 9 514,229 175,694 257,091 81,438 4o,4N 1i,451 X,64o 9,811
Other shop and garage expenses ....................... 1,294,497 1,144,383 375,3o 9,910 ,89,133 121,427 28,677 1,301 27,3
Repairs to revenue equipment ......................... ... 3,71 8,329,005 2, 9b,17 4 6 91, 1 50,99 1,090,908 0 - 3,
Servicing of revenue equipment ....................... 9,54 2,2;,164 83,a 1,125, 375,90 2372 1 8 11,10 -3
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment ................... 1,792,54 5- 5,
Joint garage expense--Debit ............................ -599 132 58,375
Joint garage expense--Credit ................................-
Total ............................................ 17,953,379 15,338,734 4,28,949 8,336,4O9 2,713,376 1,807,471 707,174 95,382 611,792
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Supervision of transportation ........................ 2,914,353 2,553,921 94o,964 1,318,731 394,226 278, ,7 82,015 16,89 65,826
Drivers' wages and bonuses .......................... 26,37, 23,075,325 6,60,226 12,8773 6 ,37369 ,32203 974427 134, 85 9,942
Fuel for revenue equipment .......................... 6, 1 5,235,22 105,21 2,1956 5
wgs.32 66026 20770 48,6 2,823 927 1-- 135
,t 0 6141 562
Oil for revenue equipment ............................ 98,337 422,770 91,894 264,678 6,206 55,902 57 3- ,1
Purchased transportation ............................. .12,337 362,158 1,210 39,03 ls 50,179 50,179
Road expense ........................................ 142,729 138,256 73,716 16,9N 4,473
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls ....................... 2,617,621 2,580,036 72,782 2,297,897 209,357 36,781 804 804
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees 93,125 93,00 4 29,363 63,284 357 121 1
Other transportation expenses ....................... 631,169 553,643 186,229 279,532 87,882 49,987 27.539 -692 26,87
Total ............................................ 39,847,787 35,014,373 9,301,602 19,537,465 6,175,306 3,457,531 1,375,883 210,716 1,165,167
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and commissions ............................. 475,374 395,849 83,122 219,341 83,386 56,786 32,739 4,461 25,278
Supplies and expenses ................................. .12,037 131,532 27,254 45,25 58,093 3,526 6,979 ,,723 2,256
Repairs to station buildings and equipment ............ 34, 4 6 29,656 9,003 lb,051 4, 62 2,043 2,887 2,52 -41
Commissions paid ..................................... 751, 08 612947 21,018 33,358 20,571 9,448 129,213 4,b36 127
Other expenses allowed ............................... 11,8 6 8,391 ,036 5,318 2,0 7 3,465 46
Interline commissions paid ........................... 65, O 44,753 ,206 28,;00 12,047 1,370 19,317 -- 11,61 -4
Interline commissions earned--Credit ................. 125,312 101,27 3,989 78,135 19,150 1,943 22,095 200 21,895
Collection and delivery .............................. .- ....095 21 95
Purchased collection and delivery .................... 14,282 ,329 7,5' ,773 954 ... 94
Joint station facilities--Debit ...................... 72,212 26,263 11,1oi 11,82 ,20 3,664 42,285 42,2 5
Joint station facilities--Credit ..................... 2,180 1,930 80 1,850 250
Total ........................................... 1,439,903 1,149,515 152,971 639,115 357,429 74,644 215,744 27,763 187,991
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries sand expenses ................................ 155,171 121,1i2 2,99 99,419 18,703 22,844 11,215 1,500
Tariffs and schedules ................................ 132,781 90,847 23,116 57,619 Oi2 ,5 13,1409 "-,O
Tickets and baggage checks ........................... .229,913 209,87 50,292 507,309 49707 8 7,0
Other traffic expenses............................... 1..825 42,68 3,784 26,724 12,173 60 ,958 o9
Advertising .......................................... 3 5,129 280,114 80,081 166,281 33,752 31,R5 53,370 2,947 50, 23
Total ........................................... 934,819 744,062 160,263 459,352 124,447 96,872 93,85 5,422 88,463
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses--Insurance and safety .......... . 3,496 366,326 41,166 278,463 46, 167 19,522 7,649 247 7,101
Public liability and property-damage insurance ....... 2,66,773 2,249,28 721,223 1,031,2. 32 2 5 79,309
Injuries and damages ................................. o.,229 611m 9 "6 5
Workmen's compensation--Insurance ........................70,82 2R15 9,559 --1,929 7A0
Workmen's compensation--Self insurer ................. 25,37 24 7,701 12, 1,222
Baggage and express insurance ........................ 1,791 1, 791 1,300 .....
Baggage and express loss and damage .................. .,212 ,796 3,930 6 1,416 2 ,416
Fire and theft insurance ............................. 214,461 184 28,957 110,978 4,621 19,641 1O,264 -2,449 Z815
Other insurance ....................................... .10,587 99,101 13,38 44,292 41 ,421 6,192 5,294 529
Total4............................................ 4,334,55o 3,723,288 979,202 2,035,166 708,920 474,771 136,491 28,005 108,4s6




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 1947

TABLE 50.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Southe__ _rn Western district
Item All Total ] ---w Midl-e Southert 7
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Weetern Southwestern Mountain P
district region reion region district region region region
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general officers ......................... $1,759,999 $1,521,865 $233,702 $933,01 $357,092 $146,288 $88,735 _15,600
Expenses of general officers .......................... 152,554 12,63 15,887 9 34 29,405 17 ,69 g 4 711
Expensalaes of general office employees ................. 1,95 9 3 1,733,740 42,3 1,01 290,269 11,627 103,9l 21,271
Salanses of general office employees................. 1,91 l 195229 2,572 1o,,73, 22254 2 7 6 .. ...
Law expenses ......................................... ...... 4 ,744 79,2 5 2 70,385 4:303 51450 110 io, 0
General office supplies and expenses .................. 3 26o 273303 51,51
Communication service.............................. ,2,3,59 19,2w .. ...... ............... 9 .....
Outside auditing expenses............................. .. 9 94+8o0 1 0 ?31 N b 768 -00
... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. 82 ,SO i 25 % ,21 5 ,114,785 --.. ... ........
Employees' welfare expenses .......................... 1,199, 1,121,101 519,302 62,72 2,712,122 2,05 o6
Purchasing and store expenses........................ 205,16 172,99 .49,:92 87, 35,'2 1,883 "2 2 1 -,
Other general expenses ............................... ... .391,600 311,1 89,6 177,807 8,755 9 5,992
Management and supervision fees and expenses ......... 28,299 24,289 2,500 21,789 -- ,000
Franchise requirements--Debit. ........................ 22,790 22,790 22,770 20
Franchise requiremeats--Credit ............................. ..... - - -
Other regulatory commission expenses ................. 91,043 7.,1407 1,200 75,304 1,03 12,138 149 ..
Uncollectible revenues ............................... 64.......... ..... ..,531 405 1o14 2, 221 6 "..
Joint operating expense-Debit ........................
Joint operating expense--Credit ......................4 2514 2 1 ,
Total ........................................... 6,931,871 6,089,959 1,513,352 3,1425,642 1150,965 522,712 319,200 50,378 26s,822
Grand Total ..................................... 71,342,309 62,059,931 16,396,339 34,433,149 11,230,443 6,434,OOl 2,848,377 17,666 -2,430,71










TABLE 51.-DEPRECIATION EXPENSE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1945

Eastern di strict Western district
All ae" Middle Southern Toa Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacifie
Item districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western
district region region region district region region region ... relo region
Number of carriers represented ....................... 94 77 13 45 19 9 3 .. 5
Structures ........................................... 251,400 $228,474 $81,810 10l,43D $45,254 $17,029 $5,897 $553 -5,344
Revenue equipment:
Freight ........................................ ...
Passenger ......................................... 5,960,051 5,038,394 1,344,557 2,511,610 882,227 6446,667 274,990 59,791 215,199
Combination ......................................... -- -Service oarsand equipment .. ........................ 126,71 107:o 2,, ,74 l,506 l ,O. 1,7, ,5 1 0
Shop and garage equipment ................................045799 1596 4 7 3916 41 3-!5 1,761 1
Furniture and office equipment ........................ 45,411 3J,538 8,007 la1:7 2,1, 1,309 169
miscellaneous equipment... ........................ . .53... .9 6,9 505 1,91 169 "4- 7,098
Improvements to leasehold property .............. ... 43,512 28,901 6,552 15,565 7 077 7
Undistributed property ............................... ........-.........
Total ........................................... 6,51o,9i 5,522,794 1,50o,244 3,o4,144 974,406 716,384 301,763 65,599 236,164
Adjustments .......................................... d. 96.712 d 69.916 .0 d 7. 17 d 26.179 d 14.d 1 30. A 10.213
Grand Total ...............................6,444,229 5,452,878 1,464,324 3,040,327 948,227 701,551 289,800 63,819 225,951

d Deficit or other reverse item.





72 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194

TABLE 52.--REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR, AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR BUSURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1948


Eastern district Western district
All Southern
tih Total eew Middle Central rgon Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern 0 Pacific
Item strEastern England Atlantic region Western region region region Mountain region
district region region district region

Number of carriers represented ................. 94 77 13 45 19 9 3
Equipment acquired during the year:
Busses Number of units ......... 723 579 141 340 98 91 63 20 143
Cost .................... $8,356,101 $7,209,027 $1,564,666 $4,516,910 $1,127,451 $657,104 $489,970 $151,233 $338,737
Tractors Number of units ........- ....
Cost .................... .
Trailers Number of units .........-
Cost .......................
Other equipment- Cost ..................... 112,264 98,853 4,607 71,534 22,712 11,635 1,776 1,776
Total cost of all equipment acquired .. 9,46,365 7,307,80 1,569,273 4,58F,,444 1,150,163 668,739 491,746 151,233 340,513
Equipment retired from service during the year:

Busses Number of units ......... 762 603 127 354 122 83 76 14 -62
Cost .................... $5,402,529 $4,553,605 $890,540 $3,029,024 $634,o41 $454,319 $394,605 $39,247 $355,358
Tractors Number of units .........
Cost .................... .. .-
Trailers Number of units .........- -.
cost .................... ...........- ,
Other equipment- Cost ...................... 51,007 47,305 1,478 24,253 12,574 1,382 2,320 100 2,220
Total cost of all equipment retired l/. 5,453,536 4,6OO,910 901,018 3,053,277 646,615 455,701 396,925 39,347 357,578
Equipment owned at close of year:

Busses Number of units ......... 6,070 5,177 1,427 2,836 914 595 298 92 206
Cost .................... $61,41o,496 $53,738,316 $14,802,685 $30,780,77 $,154,884 $5,572,552 $2,099,628 4- 34,929 $1,664,699
Tractors Number of units .........- .- -
-Cost .....................-
Trailers Number of units -........ .....-
cost..........................
Other equipment- Cost .................... 994,437 915,067 218,256 586,795 110,016 74,093 5,277 2,351 2,926
Total cost of all equipment owned 62,404,933 54,653,383 15,O20,941 31,367,542 8,26,,9OO 5,646,645 2,104,905 437,280 1,667,625

See footnote No. 1 to table 46.




STATISTICS O CLASS I MOTOR AmERS Or PASSENGxRS FOR THE EA ENDED DECEIER 31, 194

TABLE 53.-EMPLOYES: AVERAGE NUMBER TOTAL COMPENSATION AND AVERAGE COMPENSATION BY CLASSES
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OA SUBURBAN SERVICE, 1948Z
BY DISTRICT AND REGIOw

Eastern district
All dstrt Eastern district, Total New England region Middle Atlantic region Central region
Classifloation of employees Average Total Avere Average Total enrae Average Tota Average Total Average Total Ame Average Tota
A_] Ao Totage vvrae
''mo=o opn oompen- number o mpen
nornmeof oofp; ; ee8 aon ...... cameo- nmbe
number of compen- oope number of compen compen mloyes a on m f on comen-n e of.compe....ompen-numbe of c
employees nation nation employees ation ation employees atn ation employee ation ation employees ato epoe on
Number of carriers represented ............... 91 75 13 43 19 9
Equipment maintenance and garage: 8 6 83,5
Supervisory ............................. 214 933,516 $4,362 155 $32,447 $4,42S 76 $29,98 3,947 6 397 305 $4,620 26 $135,157 85,1 9 1 1 7343
Mechanics including working foremen) 1,754 6 1 3,397 1,509 26 5 3,457 505 1, 87 537 40 2,5 3,391 261 955,510 3,6 1 211 1 2
S59 2:79.6 1568,11,3,26597 0455 2IO17 1 :




TSotation:
Staevion employees ......... ..............D 176 14,91 2 357 13728 329,6345 2,3529 36 54,262 2,341 69 169,96 2,463 33 75,4 2,25 2 33 85


Trnfi, solicitation ande aeig 2 16o3 941 72,6 4,4 17 3,94 1 is tr 2
Supervisory ............................. 7 ,1 4,36 -9 1 5,72 4 70






quimet maneac and garge 33 $2 331'03 ,95 2 95 ,9:99 3 37 91 2,o 7,2 68 346
Sol r s.... ........... .....** .......*** 14,913**7 2 3,2 -62 8 32,7 22312 ,~
Others (including olerial employees) ... 17 55,055 3,-17 0 55 -5,27 19
nurneand safety:
Stervis employees ........................ D 106,531 ,39 20 9,13 4,707 6 30,72 5,15 9 5 2 ,5








Others (including clerical employees) ....D 65 15,5 2,2 65 15,5 2,0 2 -,h 1,3 3 1260 270-,8 ,2 ,4
TrAdministrati onve and general:1o ,o6
supervisor ........*.**.***********........*....** D 2 1,7 o 9 133 170,6 274 2 15,7,94 11 4 ,999 5 34 6 40 3 :o
03022. 6,1352 ; :3


lericalr ......................... ...... 1******0 9, 3 3 5 64 16 25 27 2 95- o-34





others includingg clerical employees) .... D 17 5808 3,1 103522 9 32-2 to -2 7 2,3 ,7

Inrancea soiiaftoyn* detsn:44. .. -1 360 )60 ,3 0
uOtpervisory .................. .........* 11,707 ** 2D 90,795 3,131 10 6, 9 9 2,6 7 2,2 37 3,75 12 34, 1 2 ,13,71



Western distrinte
Classification of employees Western district, Total Northwestern region Mid-Wetern region Iouthwestern region Roky Mountain region Pcfcrgo








Buevioy ...************** 551 2l4 l -.....
Others includingg ... D 66 2
Administrative and general:verag e ne ot0a ve0 evr
OffiAverageers, onersand partners *1 Average To..al Averg o o- me 5 a l Ar 29 o ,u
number of cencompen- number of compen.- oompen- nerofe caompn cm en. mberofyee n-sargo n-o umblyer of io Lm catpon-nme f ceClremployeesal ..............**ation 00 tion t ion cation 7i n ation n 1 e e a a to 2, ao

Number" of carrziers represented ......2.... Equipment maintenance and gar-age:-82,95-82,95.-...
OtSupervise ... .......................... D 7 ** 83*,359 -* * ** ** 2, 2 3610,,77
Total Daily basis ...********................... o. 1,1 3,1
Othrs (inlu ng clericalepls) 3 1,6 2,O 2,700

Suervor myesI08 219.. . .............. I 7,2 333- 7 14,043 2,006E -.. .1.~ 59
Transportation: 30l V,53 ,- 5 9,O43 1,99906 260 379~
Total Hourly basis ................... D la 3 81 07 3 3,279 9. ... 3 35,9 3,3i5 1
Di'1ver~o~ s l/ ................................olr .ly.............................3055
0~bar~rncudi1 clrclepoes1 ,5 ,5 I I I I -,66 22







Station: 511 12 I
taton employees e employees..... s... 1 30,424d 2 a,173 a l Nothwe er repon il-we bo -a r 55 .,i ri
Numb em ev carriers toene po P ad.......... a svc
qimfitc, solcteaton and advertising: 1 3,600 3,600 461 2 ,06
Supervisory.............................D 3 2,72 2 3 95 $ 95..

Solioit 6le............... ... .......0 1 ,114 ,1 -- ...
Others (including clerial employees) ... 3099 17.. .. 1 3
Insurance and safety: .. ,6 7
Supervieory ............................ 2 56 2,71 3 5 1 7 IN 2 7
Others includingg clerical employees) ... D 8 .... ...........................

A.innisratvs and general: 6759o ,o ..
OTfiers, owners,nd partners.......... D 90,27 602 ,1 3 7 15,600 3,900 14 74,67
1s 1.0



leiaal ..................... ..........D 9 1. 91,576
Otheps...... ... ........................ D 1 3,000 13000
Total D.y bas........................o0 3,69 3,14-, 22 50,76 2,307 735 2,107 3,36

Total Houly a. s................... 96.5.6 -D 1 35 1,1 2 3 134

NOTE. The symbol ,D' designtes those employees, reported on a daily basis; all other classes are reported on an hourly basis. / Thi ite doss net ilde drivers of equipment engaged by hese carriers to pef eraerPuhased tr ..........a ns..ortation..s




74 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19

TABLE 54.--OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194

Eastern district Western district
tracts Eegi Southern T Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern MPaunfai
All ToaSew Middle Cent'al region Western reion region n ego
Itmdsrcs Eastern England Atlantic region Wsen regionreinego utan
district region reion district region region
Number of carriers represented ............................. 94 77 13 45 19 9 8 3 5
Average number of passenger vehicles in intercity revenue
service:
Owned equipment:
In operation ......................................... 577 439 26 329 84 36 102 20 82
Undergoing repairs ...................................17 17 1 11 3 1
Stand-by ............................................ -.. . . 21 1
Leased equipment In operation .......................-
Purchased transportation In operation ................. 11 ... ..Total intercity vehicles ............................. 664 510 38 372 100 39 115 29 -86
Number of revenue busses owned at close of year:
Intercity operation ........................................911 691 14o 5143 108 3 ~ 181 0-151
Local operation ........................................... 5,159 4,46 1,387 2,293 806 552 117 55
Total number of revenue busses owned ................. 6,070 5,177 1,427 2,836 914 595 299 92 206
Bus-miles operated in revenue service (with load and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Busses operated-Interoity service (regular routes) 6#O33,120 l9,O67,166 1,580,027 22,276,93J 5,210,208 2,379,275 4,5s6,679 66s,76g 3 1
-Local service ........................ 15,090905 1~,790,512 41,247,705 73,542,936 26,999,971 19,178,173 4,122,220 1,639,111 3,19
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service ................... 13,969,500 11,241,687 1,496,961 7,34,049 2,406,677 1,132,275 1,595,538 292,635 1,302,903
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .....................
Total ............................................ 215,093,525 182,099,365 44,314,693 103,167,916 34,616,756 22,689,723 10,30o4,437 2,600,51i4 7,703,923
Leased vehicles:
Busses operated-Interclty service (regular routes) 2 330,202 307,026 179,370 6,725 120,93. 23,176 .
-Local service ........................ .,20,079 2,214,079 217,394 1,239,281 783,4 0.
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service ................... 1,133,389 1,128,821 353,778 775,043 4,56g 4,568
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .................
Total .............................................3,703,670 3,675,926 396,764 1,599,794 1,679,378 23,176 4,56 ..... 4,568
Purchased transportation vehicles:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) 290,oS6 2Z0,096 290,o6
-Local service ........................... 547,076 5 7,076 547,076
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service ................... 176,451 99,713 3,607 93,291 2,815 76,738 76,738
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .................-
Total ............................................. 1,013,613 936,875 3,607 930,453 2,815 76,738 .... 76,738
Grand total bus-miles ............................. 219,810,808 186,712,166 44,715,064 105,698,153 36,298,949 22,712,899 10,385,743 2,600,514 7,785,229
Passengers revenue, carried: ,
Intercity (regular route) ........................... 4 574,6Z5 35 o84,61O 971,742 28,229,211 5 $93,637 2,899,03 3 U10045Z,056 3 135,951
Local (excludes transfers) .............................. 67,297,5 7 6 0,470,729 203,34,97 286,903,112 110,218, 0 64,415,824 99 2,22,731 7,18b,2b3
Charter, sightseeing and other special revenue
passengers ..........................................13,941,781 12,128,241 1,432,2o06 7,720,626 2,975,409 1,259,159 554,381 57,559 496,822
Total number of revenue passengers carried ........... 729,813,983 67,683,580 205,752,835 322,852,949 119,077,796 68,574,021 13,556,382 2,737,346 10,819,036
Intercity passengers carried free (including employees) 1,824,563 1,761,345 32,628 1,700,327 28,390 61,556 1,662 982 680
Total number of passengers carried ................... 731,638,546 649,444,925 205,75,463 324,553,276 119,106,186 68,635,577 13,559,o44 2,738,32 O 10,19,716
P assenger reveue:
Intercity service regular route ....................... $12,15,268 $616,254 ,462,j ,701,64,8 $9,99 $1,336,124 $11,136 $1,194,9a6
Passenger reven9e:3440 0 19,835,005 31,159, 11,199,061 7588 1,222,81 34,2 -9 g8,39
Local service ....................................... 70, ,1 ,l93,'4b 16,514 08,146, 14 *1,1,61 7,O23,723 01,33,24 *11,213 #1,19
Charter, sightseeing and other special service .......... .7,637,952 6,198,316 570,080 4,287,53 1,34,93 137,189 1,002, 47 91,7 9 910,678
Total ............................................... 90,793,239 79,172,023 21,021,339 43,909,282 14,241,402 8,059,811 3,561,405 574,202 2,987,203
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating taxes
and rents) .............................................. 8,65,527 73,241,027 19,207, o4 40,744,339 13,289,24 7,991,011 3,453,49 53,938 2,909,51




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948

TABLE 55.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE RAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,000,000 Continued
BI DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948
10U
Number Total Operating revenues expenses Employees umber of vehicles
of Miles of assets (not Passen r revenue aor, (including et Net income Average
Name of carrier arrer regular Including Interoity elghteeing, depreolation, carrier after number Total operated in Ownd
carriersoca reuaanldn"nect ihteig l oa prtn operating Income
e routes intangible service Local and other o hr Total operating io n (middle oompnsa- Interity at lose
rented property) (regular service special other taxes and noeof month tion series ( a of year
routes) .___ service curents) c.... ount)_ _r*All distriots total ................. 69 $281,823,088 $304,956,256 $16,011,700 $6,246,575 *$10,954.504 $338,169,035 $290,56o0,788 $47,605,631 29,534,182 4o037 127,847,103 10 11 432
Eastern district total .............. ..29 96,201,627 87,563,781 8,603,020 2,274,428 2,063,806 100,505,035 90,635,530 9,860,639 5,985,416 12,185 39,819,236 3,274 3,513
New England region ................. 4 ,O54,316 6,06Z,125 293,677 317,781 148,085 6,828,868 6,713,326 117,642 45,054 1,102 3,491,541 302 18
Middle Atlantic region ............. 2:982,344 30,6 O 433,4O5 871,93 620, 31 35,650,467 32,184,295 ,488,90 2,15,25 4,43 13,778,7 1 1
11 56,1,6 5079650 4:750 1,25,&I0 58,025,700 5177,0 24047 3,789,'2836 4
Central region ..................... 31,97 5,79 7 3 1,0842,7 ; 5,73, ,2 7 ,60
Southern region....................... 17 77,313,744 87,469,995 1,125,o3 1,670,388 3,060,516 93,325,942 78,127,294 15,202,401 9,451,802 11,035 32,187,175 3,220 3,368
Western district total .............. 23 118,307,717 129,922,80 6,283,637 2,301,759 5,830,182 144,338,058 121,797,964 22,542,591 14,096,964- 16,817 55,840,692 4,361 4551
Northwestern region ............... 1 11,815,2 7 13,522,461 218,268 380,040 14,120,769 11,925,42o 2.19 .349 1,390,562 1, 43 5,019,~ 45 4
Mid-Western region ................ 4 19,187,942 20,558,6 395,451 1,061,312 22,015,29 18,079,116 3,93 4,134 2 590,79 2,57 8,24-1,912 65
...... 289 3-31 250,766
Southwestern region................ 11 41, 75,45 5,56,181 2,491 842,299 2,157,U5 55, 62,626 47,2o0,5 ,1 7 5,126,30 6,66 20,523,396 1,80 1,81
Rocky Mountain region ............... .... 2 1 889,650 2, ,569 ,79 42,102 105, 2, .1 1,6 6 M '8 21783 89 N
Pacific region ..................... 5 43,662,783 41,273,783 6,272,377 803,639 2,125,487 50,o4-75,286 42,o3,692 7,571,: 4,703,753 6,19 20326,98 1,283 1
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Booton, Worcester & New York street y. Co. ....... 180 1,656,30 1,455,439 3:870 36,412 1,24,6581 1,502,ooo 2,581 14,477 28~ 8696 76,1
New England Greyhound Lines, Inc .................1,023 2,077,104 2,232,080 04,88603 34, ,309 2,37, 3 10.19 d 2082 38 1, 6 10
Short Line, In .................................... 280 65,lO6 1,384,964 228,788 11, 88 1,590 1,72,230 1,785, 34 9,5 GAoo 216 949N 81
Vermont Tranesit Co., Inc. ..........................1,207 635,80o3 996,842 64,889 48:,277 37,60o 1,17,688 1,051,384- 96,304- 54:259 155 51,678 59 51
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Adirondaock Transit Lines, Inc. ..................... 927 616,446 1,201,639 59,979 10,862 12,071 1,284,551 1,213,12 71379 44,609 134 ,66
Blue Rldge Transportation Co. ...................... 713 1,210,058 1,871,503 48,969 52,3980 1,579,31 393 274 3 252 7F
76: 12,5 1 729 276 2,,11
Carey Transportation Inc ......................12 738,20104 5,1 621,216 5,123 16,12,9876 1,2105, 69 1 11 57 1O6 43
Central Greyhound Lines, In ..................... .. 6,5356 11,729,962 1,156,86 28 ,872 361,91 13,8702,939 1,5 1,28,51 82,59 31 83
Consolidated Bus Lines, Inc ........... ...... 1 210 3,71,19 357,38 3,37 35,915 6,2 3,662,181 32,5 ,7 1,124,739 708,322 31 1,187,41 144
DeCamp Bus Lines ...................................659,87 13 21,576 9 78,674 3,761 1,4 4,02o4 1,375,362 28,662 11,5 0 1727
Edwards Motor Transit Co ........................ 1,24 793,5 36 1,261,2 8,59 360 1 63,604 1,05,925 48,733 26 570 1
Budean Transit Lines, Inc ................... 304 920,763 1,427,795 37,098 2,337 1, 57,04 n 9,9 20,7212 68
Inter-City Transportation Co., Inc ................ 426,769 ,701 19,692 57 2 1,971 5576 2,879 1,o4,7i
HusnTastLneIc32123 151 939 2,27 S1 r32, 39 312 5359
Martz Coach Co., Frank ............................. 61 93810 943,88 98 5 ,30 12,886, 1 139,36 74,811 105 325,790
Red Star Motor Coaches, Inc...................... 55 50 419 936,08Z 38,764 31,253 1,00,101 1,002,833 3,268 11.61 to 267,J81 57
Rockland Coaches, Inc ............................. 1,023,o56 1,250,842 107,136 72,396 10,O57 1,440,431 1,449,386 d 8.991 dI 11 223 672,6 8
Safeway Trails, In ............................. 5 814,10 1,109,834 16,139 26,966 1,152,939 1,226,05 d 7L 17 140 415,0
White Star Lines, In ........................... 14 924,148 1,7417,371 227,331 34,204 35,783 2,04,9 1,601,491 q3,9w 28S,IT3 256 760,604 60 61
CENTRAL REGION
American Buslines, Inc.............................8,305 7,102,522 5,558,338 91,224 40,587 5,690,149 5,419,523 d 2,7 101.807 690 2,345,363 19 188
Bluebird Coach Lines, Inc ............................ 9 1,14704 625,389 791,889 66,557 20,015 1,503,850 1, ,888 ;96;23 3 197 715,14I 25 82
Capitol Greyhound Lines and Subsidiary ..... ... 1,24 1,711,015 2,055,O61 -2,825 16,219 2,097,10 1,811,195 285,910 172621 151 51,630 70
Great Lakes Greyhound Lines, In ..............2... 13,233,289 5,381,160 3,588,911 308,419 308,574 9,587,064 8 318:,6 1,268,418 828,894 1,735 5771, 6 176 371
Great Lakes Greyhound Lines, Inc. of Indiana 5,58, 062 5,82,498 436,513 78,593 135,730 6,133,334 54277,369 855,965 531,952 I/ 298 1/ 1,181,89 183 189
Illinois Greyhound Lines, Inc.................. 162 2,162,572 2,636,834 14 1 19,382 2,670,857 2,545,018 126,379 79,00 122 goO 89 I3
Indian Trails, In ................................ 963 718,830 884,56 58,625 39128 30,778 1, O92 1,072,469 d S9.377 d 7o.65 120 Z2,5663
Ohio Bus Line o .................................... 115, 1, ? 102,017 33,805 2,9:23 1,812, 121,259 114,9b3 109
Ohio Greyhound Lines, Inc .......................... ,0, 3,02712 102,017 9,5 3,7,66 2,750,5 7, 0 101 100 ....
52 1 ,0,8 48,09 224 16 ~41 11 924:1'71 22g4601
Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines, Ine. and Subsidiaries 19,014 ,10 21,702,188 2737 4,782 22,72,76 1,325,1 3,128,09 1,92,7 2,537 8,3.... 627
Short Way Lines, Inc. (Ohio) ...................... 781,533 1,571,778 -1 81 1 69 10,935 d 70 9177




76 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 55.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1.000,000 Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Vehicle-miles (with load and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Average
Owned and leased Purchased Revenue per assenger
vehicles transportation vehicles Intercity Charter, Miles per pasenger revenue p
Inect neciyohr Ttl evc oa sighteein vehicle--. passenger revenue per ne- p
Name of carrier Intercity Intercity All service Local and other Total Intercity per carrier-- vehicle-mile- -e( lere roues eri otInteroity Interoity vhnole-mile(service Local service Local (regulr special service serviie
(regular service (regular service routes) (regular service
rote)rote)rote) (regular (regular
route) routes)roue) routes)
All districts total ........................ 853,572,120 40,545,645 6,635,356 1,264 17,070,584 917,824,969 320,510,838 87,497,334 4,680,895 412,679,057 79,245 $0.819 CO.393 0.31
Eastern district total ..................... 222,433,085 20,244,056 3,230,990 1,264 5,433,145 251,342,540 110,769,100 52,927,086 1,770,694 165,366,880 68,926 .608 .445 .361
New England region ........................ 16,159,649 882,676 405 73,547 17,781,277 12,049,216 3,263,957 318,618 15,631,791 53,510 3
Middle Atlantic region.................... 73,977, 1,59,6 ,63,13 3, 9 44922,163 12,682,725 476,294 58,081,182 59,643 .614 .472 45
Central region ............................ .132,295,451 13,106, 57 1,640,977 2,831,464 149,874,349 53,797,721 36,880,o4 975,782 91,653,907 78,555 .633 .433 .345
Southern region .............................. 250,667,352 4,717,839 2,461,156 5,675,642 263,521,989 108,030,607 8,021,105 1,863,888 117,915,600 78,611 .791 .369 .296
Western district total ..................... 380,471,683 15,583,750 943,210 5,961,797 402,960,440 101,711,131 26,639,143 1,046,303 129,396,577 87,460 1.115 .378 .302
Northwestern region ....................... 38,642,759 490,731 39,133,490 12,346,845 152,48o 12,499,325 83,103 1.130 .365 .305
Mid-Western region ...................... 58,215,585 490,424 1,191,310 59,897,319 11,903,472 177,448 12,080,920 90,317 1.822 .375 .202
Southwestern region ..................... 157,045,302 11,906 296,532 2,363,453 159,717,193 45,283,005 17,392 278,320 45,578,717 83,692 1.219 35 .2
Rocky Mountain region .................... 6,79,104 44,746 20,639 122,594 7,067,083 1,287,120 55,738 22,940 1,365,798 83,129 1.585 .14 .238
Pacific region .......................... 119,688,933 15,527,098 135,615 1,793,709 137,145,355 30,890,689 26,566,013 415,115 57,871,817 93,39Z .872 21 .313
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston, Worcester & New York Street Ry. Co. 3,95,51 60,917 3.,956,436 b,186,843 91,102 6,279,94 1,257 2.243. .390
New England Greyhound Lines, Inc .............. 5,844,039 157,96g 6,OOl,902 932,76 16,221 94 ,9N 1 .396
Short Line, Inc ................................ 3,563,399 669,023 392,S65 4,625,287 3,992,5,0 190,922 6 6 ,552 43,993 .25C
Vermont Transit Co ............................ 2,856,697 213,653 405 126,897 3,197,652 977,784 458,157 20,367 1,456,308 48, 25 .78 42 .329
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Adirondack Transit Lines, Inc ..................2,819,778 178,296 112,065 25,0,96 3,136,035 999,792 279,796 11,878 1,291,466 56,382 .95.3 .387
Blue Ridge Transportation O .................. 4,077,457 126,733 123,678 4,327,86 2,199,606 26,410 2,226,01o6 67,810 6 .365
Carey Transportation, Inc. .................... 713,745 711,749 1,264 87,674 1,514,432 45,568 612,805 24,811 1,123,184 33,98 1.084 1.70 -799
Central Greyhound Lines, Inc .................. 35,119,714 604,665 35,724,379 14,027,192 92,344 14,119,836 72,263 .978 .351
Consolidated Bus Lines, Inc................... 7,632,317 19,226 74,321 7,725,864 11,524 ,831 34,367 16,376 11,575,574 53,002 .316 9.1
DeCamp Bus Lines ............................. 2,883,213 220,783 3,103,996 3,957,663 39,940 3,997,603 44,357 43 ..
Edwards Motor Transit Co..................... 3,74,663 2,236 136,03 3,19,30 1,061,22 1,793 1,080,615 571415 2
Hudson Transit Lines, Inc ..................... 2,438,801 597,488 52,902 ,79,191 1,Ol,40l 72,359 1,086,760 1.341 .481
Inter-City Transportation Co., Inc............. ... 9 4,153,12 129,050 12,706 4,770,559 159,492 8,658,210 10,205 8,827,907 54,922 .309 4a5
atzCahCFrn................ 12O81 O5-,,.5,67
2arts Coach Co., Frank .................... 2, 6 291,653 170,499 125,41 2,937,129 459,907 591,072 40,251 1,090,230 6 7 1.022
946 163,780 2,494,5 829,2 8609 4.3
Red Star Motor Coaches, Inc ................... 2,203,9 127,028 1,7 ,123 886 g0 ,89 1.159 .432 2
Rockland Coaches, Inc ......................... 2,710,279 365,663 122,4 3,198,936 3,752,653 838,552 49,152 4,640 ,57 27,656 .310 .531
Safeway Trails, Inc ........................... ,521,871 28,222 37:0 ,591,497 1,370,6o0- 3,30 1,374' to 78,891 .239 5. 4
White Star Lines, Inc ......................... 4,057,975 534,624 100,287 74,087 4,76,973 3,080,163 1,667,923 31,059 4,779,145 69,304 .428 .492 .336
CENTRAL REGION
American Buslines, Inc ....................... 17,288,734 114,733 237,897 17,641,364 2,g42,371 16,051 2,958,422 87,455 1.991 .327 .324
Bluebird Coach Lines, Inc. ..................... 1,504,998 2,149,559 142,41o 3,7096,967 1,946,308 4,309,367 133,399 6,392,074 6O,200 .235 .99 .379
Capitol Greyhound Lines and Subsidiary ....... 5,604,829 57,252 5,662,081 2,9529 7,816 2,104,345 80,069 .997 .37Z 320
13a a e G e h u d L ne I c 363,62 8 1, 132,354 2173, 082 15, 36 9210 5, 10, 6 0 2 ,978 2046, g ,6 9 9 7.
Great Lakes Greyhound Lines, Inc 7 9,540, 24 972,219 23,$76,225 5,501,05 28,615,750 446,385 34,563,IS9 75,950 247 717 .348
Illinois Greyhound Lines, Inc ................. .7,82,204 31,081 7,873,285 2,132, 6 4,993 2,137 7 ,36 1.3 132
Indian Trails, Inc ............................ ,07,057 284,076 52 104,878 3,396,063 8 ,012 977,083 38,851 1,5,9 53,69 .31
Ohio Bus Line Co .............................. .....510 198,459 ,138,969 7,889,219 132,675 8,021,894 45,326 .250 40 :5
Ohio Greyhound Lines, Inc ..................... 6,786,868 93,186 880,054 7,480,525 55,261 7,535,786 67,197 .420 .467
Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines, Inc. and
Subsidiaries .............................. 54,036,99 576,379 54,613,372 15,045,948 64,957 15,115,905 89,317 1.47 .416
t Way Lines, In. (Ohio)....................3,8 6 1,526,16 244,621 5,659,048 2,839,733 1,065 2,853,798 59,499 .591 .311 .294

See footnotes at end of table.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19448

TABLE 55.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,000,000 continued

BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Total Operating revenues expenses Emplee Number 0
Miles of assets (not Passenger revenue (Chalter ( udinge Avere At
Name of carrier regular including Intercity sightseeing depreciation, carrier afte nume Total ope 1
routes intangible service Local and other All Total operating opetig income (middle omp integrity
property) (regular service special other taxes, and income taxes of month to service (re
routes) ,_service rented count) route
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Greyhound Corp. end Subsidiary ......... 9,321 $17,404,338 $19,50 ,7 1 $9o,010olo $612,717 $20,212,518 16,153,092 $4,066,921 $2,563,752 2,162 i 6,7 ,1i1 .
Capitol Motor Lines ............................. 1,385 986,5 1,084,948 14,665 55, 075 1,154 ,6 1,000 ,062 154,626 26 17 112 3,1 1 6
Carolina Coach Co............................... 1,712 3, 22,6 3,52,901 $19,639 136 689 257, 6b 4,12615 3,671,O68 455,975 5,570 61 2, i i,077 1
Carolina Coach Co. of Virginia .................. 43 1,O 2,298 1, 27,550 16,354 22,9 1,866, 52 1,742,199 124,678 121,887
Carolina Cochni Co ot Vrinae 82
Carolina Scenic Stages..............................1, 00 1, ,618 1,17 4,612 31,724 14 340 1,220,676 1,224,490 d 13.814 d 41i766 06 580 al
rescent Stages, Inc. ........................... 1,091 1,59,111 1,768,9Z7 377,931 36,20 2,183,208 2,026,242 15/bb 9, ( 6 1 Z54 89
Dixie Greyhound Lines, Inc. ..................... 3,618 6, 39,549 6,763,t2 3 8 72 201,240 7,054,355 5270,322 1,784,033 1,1115 746 2 9 229
Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. ................... 3,595 6,176,943 6,65,849 166 794 344590 7,377,233 2,426,002 951,21 56930 1, 227
Modern Coach Corp. .............................. 2,011 1,350,392 1 ,9566 48994 917 1,97,77 1,709,32 28,55 759 1 8
1,5956 39299 49,317 1,947,877 17932238,545 144,759 2411 8 98
Queen City Coach o. ............................. 4,107 2,96,908 4,415, 65 812,163 162,310 200,516 5,590,674 5,303,063 287,611 179,021 706 1,92,7
Richmond-Greyhound Lines, Inc. .................. 877 3,662,661 3, l16 4o,605 72,008 3,526,099 2,507,470 1,01,629 595,400 320 1,052,939 91
Smoky Mountain Stages, Inc ...................... 1,653 1,012,155 1,436,903 59,119 25,42 1,5,50 1,544,746 d 13,431 d 47.75 183 8,27 10
Southeastern Greyhound Lines .................... 6,263 16,818,953 18,870,632 202,282 396,390 19,46,304 17,058,602 2,41,506 2,222 6, 90
Southeastern Stages, Inc. ....................... 1, 01 I,o4o,603 1,190,754 13,576 30,268 1,23 0,598 878,741 355,857 202,189 97 :
Teche Greyhound Lines ........................... 2,39 7,459,596 8,21,7 19,78 4 644 9,3 ,219 6, 37 2,900,52 1,731,285 978 2,86,77 30
Tennessee Coach Co. .............................. 99496,32 2733974 43,770 3648 2,821392 2, 6435 328,957 195,417 333 94,8
Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. .................... 2,12 2,171,296 2,399,317 123,241 55,905 59,451 2,637,914 2,645691 d ,621 d 4,29 319 1,05,690 o
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Northland Greyhound Lines, Inc. ................. 10,785 11,815,297 13,522,461 218,268 380,040 14,120,769 11,925,420 2,195,349 1,390,562 1,493 5,019,717 465
MID-WESTERN REGION
Burlington Transportation co. ................... 9,460 7,347,725 6,983,149 176,185 1482,229 7,641,563 7,100,587 540o,977 42 ,204 810 2,721, 252
Crown Coach co. ................................. 919 1,331,526 1,1597 47,846 41,o37 1,604,380 1,375,11 229,266 13,67 170
,~15497 1 69 1,282 4
Interstate Transit Lines ........................ 5,oo001 8,937,971 10, 33,021 129,260 482,657 U,044,938 8,072,867 2,972,0 1,910,9 351,779
Jefferson Transportation Co..................... 1,598 1,570,720 1,626,819 42,160 55,389 1,724,368 1,530,548 193,820 119,429 195 5,758 64
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Continental Bus system, Inc ........................5,305 4,823,779 5,915,9 37,303 226,262 6,19,6 5,608,001 594,U5 J2'6 4 2,290,07 251
Kerrville Bus Co., Inc ........................... 1,985 1,514,162 1,720,112 51,877 68,594 1,,443,912 393,671 34, 66 150 6
Mid-Continent Coaches o. ........................ 1,727 787,330 1,o94,837 2,491 39,128 431 7 I,05o ,617 31 71 6
Missouri, Kansas & Oklahoma Coach Lines ......... 935 1, 3,9 1,252,o 38,67 2,2 1 1,3 2 1 3
Oklahoma Transportation Co .................... 992 1,2 1,971,9 51,04 59,310 2, 2,163 288,654 254,57 210 ,2
southern Bus Lines, Inc......... ............. 5,499 35 97,004 192, lo 4 q:9139 9 9 6 'g 2Z'
Southwestern Greyhound Lines, Inc ............... 7,251 ,54,82 17,717,365 110,311 1, ,256,31 1 12,3 4,11, 7 2, 87 2,095 6,
Texas Bus .164 6693 4 1,000,535 4,930 21,413 1,26,98 790,630 236, 98 1 3# l1 286,
Texas, New Mx Coaches, Inc ........ 2,009 1,613,216 1,726:93 52,528 130,557 1,910,0o68 1,325,561 584,507 363,4o 15 561,19
Trans-Continental Bus System, Inc. (March 1 to 6,. 624379
Dec. 31, 1948) ............................... 15,282 U-,74,912 12,850,836 321,030 926,421 14,098,287 12,891,272 1,210,797 604,762 2,106 40298
Union Bus Lines, Inc............................ 1,115 386,322 1,132,524 38,507 4a8,022 1,219,053 1,190,750 28,303 1 ,309 138 '1.293

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
Intermountain Transportation Co................. 1,906 605, 81 9,9 2,707 66,026 ,22 6 2 120 I,
New Mexico Transportation Co., Inc. .. ........... 1,355 1,283,969 1,066,0 8,769 1 ,395 39,662 1,1 9,336 7,7 7 390 ,0
PACIFIC REGION
52 2,0252 2 81 2 0 27 : 06607,910 6' 21!,0 1?9
North Coast Greyhound Lines, Inc. .............. 520 2,o25, 3 79,15 7, O ,107,9 467,176 3 976 66 '1 1 1
Northwest Greyhound Lines, Inc ................... 2,203 5,405,149 3,047,252 41,977 1 5,717 3,21 ,946 513,252 32 39
o s Greyhound Lines .......* 13,747 32, 93,4 29,718, 431 6,272,377 584,821 1,552,292 38,127,921 32,19,331 5,93 56o 5 16,9,811
93,94 14,7716 9 413
Pacific Greyhound Lines ..................................6 1,102,0608 Oi 1,079,?5 9 ,54
Pacific~~~ Greyoun Lie5..********** 5y 6,24 1:102,060 27,333 5761 1,W,1 1,079, 5,o 341 267 30sL 1,105,146 123
Pacific Trailways ......................... ****1,77 ,2 ,16 6927,3693 57,61 1,1 7,0322 3,125, 2 64,2*
Union Pacific Stages, Inc.................... 2220 2,7 M 213 3,448,168 69,693 152,61 ,670,322 ,125,2 5,920 ,267 08 1,105,186 12

See footnotes at end of table.




78 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1998
TABLE 55.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,OOO,00 Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194g

Vehicle-miles (with load and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Average
Owned and leased Purchased Revenue per Passenger
vehicles tr ortati vehicles Interity Charter, Miles per passenger revenue per
Ntrt ont yAll aere sightseeing vehicle-- per carrier-- vehicle-mile-- Expense per
Intercity Intercity other Total service Local and other Total Interoity Interolty Intercity vehicle-miles r i e L c l s r i e L c l(regular service service I t r i yI t r i v h c e m l
(regular service (regular service services reutlar special service service All services
( l eiroutes) service (regular (reglar (regular J
routes) routes) _____routes) (reula
~~rout;es) rout ese)
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Greyhound Corp. and Subsidiary ....... 50,751,936 194,r81 50,966,517 21,135,560 21,176 21,156,736 97,097 $0.95 $0.398 30.)l
Capitol Motor Lines ........................... 3,599,213 4,784 40,299 3,64/4,291 1,565,37 9 8,522 1,573,900 62,138 .,
Carolia Coach Co ................................,356,28 665,49 669,625 32,979 11,16,394 5,51 1,Ol,685 72,129 70 :3
Carolina Coach Co. of Virginia ................ ,176,S06 398,263 44,SS6 4,919,955 2,692,351 6,271 2,698,62 61,710 .692 .383 3
Carolina Scenic Stages ........................ ..5,183 ,O 133,470 59,501 5,376,311 2,379,910 10,712 2,J90,682 65,64o .3 228
Crescent Stages, Inc. ....................... b,626,9 2,619,O16 9,245, 85 3,378,537 1,313,36 ,469 ,2
Dixie Greyhound Lines, Inc ..................... 18,145,5 3 211,860 18,670,O3 6,- 24 3 6 4,29,903 .21
Florida Gryon ie,205,132 21,70 6,229,302 80,605 1.132 .382 .282
Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc ................... 21,137,302 21,5 5,997,355 57,851 6O 2348 .298
51,50 342,600 21,31,408 669,5 6o529 9,8341 1.231.99
Modern Coach Corp ............................. 6,528,262 22,176 146,729 6, 97,.167 2,618, 39 27,406 2,64.745 669,34 136 .2941 .25
Queen City Coach Cc ............................ 14,049,791 3,496,963 381,133 43o,516 18,355,403 7,023,33 4,556,241 53,321 1,633,195 63,294 .387
Richmond Greyhound Lines, Inc ................... 7,403,858 89,552 7,493,71O 3,O31,949 14,393 3,04,314 81,361 1.157 Z6 7639
SmkyMonti SagsIc...............5,850,187 1,716 147:626 59,529 2,7914,815 5979 254,608 56,815 .3.6
Southeastern Greyhound Lines ................. 55,348,762 677,195 471,164 56,497,121 23,764,5 100,694 23,865,275 8 2,879 8823 .380
Southeastern stages, Inc ....................... 3,798,771 5,558 38,527 3,843,156 1,678,605 5,929 1,681,534 86,169 .733 .229
Teche Greyhound Lines..........................21,530,854 267,052 21,797,906 9,279,779 46,517 9,326,296 71,O59 1.006 436 .297
Tennessee Coach Co ............................ 8,822,117 5,739 115,403 5,943,259 5,351,333 22,410 5,373,73 66,878 .320
Virginia Stage Lines, Inc................ 7,714,352 555,382 109,691 141,051 5,520,76 3,315,261 563,256 35,313 3,913,830 65,200 :.6,7z 337 -311
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Northland Greyhound Lines, Inc ................. 38,642,759 490,731 39,133,490 12,346,845 152,48O 12,499,325 83,103 1.130 .361 .305
MID-WESTERN REGION
Burlington Transportation Co. ................... 21,1426,172 410 99- 547,506 22,394,277 4,431,510 88,195 4,519,705 86,654 1.691 .341 :317
Crown Coach Co ................................ 4,745,703 :2 9 143,204 ',892,545 1, 1,803 15,66 1,357,69 61 1182 .32 .21
Interstate Transit Lines ...................... 27,ooo,797 24,2r8 368,123 27,393,158 4,88,o17 57,174 ,745,191 96,175 2.328 403 .295
Jefferson Transportation Co........... ......... 5,042,913 51,919 132,477 5,227,309 1,442,1 2 16,4i3 1,58,555 79,607 1.182 .330 .293
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Continental Bus System, Inc. ................... 19,035,301 23,433 109,220 19,167,954 5,507,037 16,028 5,523,065 75,931 1.119 .322 .293
Eervinlle Bus Coc., Ino ........................ 6,295,226 7,619 149,194 6,452,039 1,529,358 18,823 1,547,181 95,498 1.190 ..205 .224
Mid-Continent Coaches 0...................... 1,236,931 11,906 81 109,718 4,358,636 1,279,560 17,392 12,593 1,309,55 65,185 .901 .271 .254
Missouri, Kansas & Oklahoma Coach Lines ....... 3,592,415 29, 411 105,895 3,727,781 1,200,420 25,76 1,226,150 77,061 1.072 353 .277
Oklahoma Transportatin 0Cc.................... 5,861,2b9 25,993 117,601 6,001,863 2,913,76 20,728 2,9:14,10 61,971 .710 7 .299
Southern Sue Lines, Inc ....................... .18,449, :gq 248,8814i18,713,772.. 97,21 72, 28,219 6,8114,669 76,618 .9.27
Southwestern Greyhound Lines, Inc ................147,610,783- 279,502 47,936,333 10,15 61 3,1 118,6 11,741179 .8
Texas Bus Lines ............................... 2,p448,245 11,159 2,59,70 2,764868 21,309 2,769,177 61,206 .37 .4188
Texas, New Mexico & Oklahoma Coaches, Inc.......5,791,979 35,931 160.51 5,988,49 1,255,31% 12,316 1,267,630 91,o61 1.507 .319 .221
Tranes-Continental BSu System, Inc. (March 1 to
Dec. 31, 1948) ............................. 39,591,002 lo9,051 956,446 40,656 ,499 10,547,86 977 10,645,66 72,44 1.324 347 :317
Union Bus Lines, Inc. .......................... ,132,541 3,627 i14,950 4,251,I18 1,345,706- 9 1,355,25 60,826 .900 .287 280
ROCK! MOUNTAIN REGION
Intermountain Transportation Co ................ 3,309,215 20,639 78,337 ,O8,191 694,617 18,728 713,345 81,216 1.1451 .304 278
New Mexico Transportation Co., Inc ............ 3,569,889 44,746 14,257 3,659,992 592,503 55,738 1,212 652, 53 84,997 1.731 .309 :202
PACIFIC REGION
North Coast Greyhound Lines, Inc ............... 9,738,602 170,012 9,90,614 6,045,903 72-,792 6,118 ,69 57,969 6 .31
Northwest Greyhound Lines, Inc ................. 7,507,597 97,023 7,60t',610 1,930,218 17,74 1,917,96 51,011 1:6 9 -3 55
Pacific Greyhound Lines ....................... 8,1429,114t 15,527,098 1,304,64 1Oz,260,887 20,325,077 26,566,O13 303,31 1416 109,172 .8085
Pacific Tralways .............................. ,226,336 132,056 690,203 -5o1,3 1.7
non Pacific stage, Inc87,2 3,559 9,956,303 1,899,288 14,o69 1,914,156 79,600 1.917 .369 314

d Deficit or other reverse item. Represents drivers only; other employees Included in payroll of Great Lakes Greyhound Lines, Inc.
Z/ This Item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportationl service. _/ All employees carried on payroll of Carolina Coach Co.
B/Easic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in Interoity and in local service; these expenses are not separable.
Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per Intercity vehicle-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.




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TABLE 56.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,000,000 1948
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Total Operating revenues expense Employees / Number of vehicles

No. of Miles of assets (not Passenger revenue Chater i (including Net Net income Average verage
Name of carrier carriers regular including Intercity sightseeing depreciation, carrier after number Total operated in Owned at
repre- routes intangible service Local and other All Total operating operating income (middle of comnensa- Interoity lose of
sented nrooerty) (regular service special other taxes, income taxes month tIon service (re year
routes) service rents out) ular roues
All districts total ................... 19 $41,128,286 $10,696,991 $51,422,058 $2,318,889 $680,495 $65,118,433 $58,861,724 $6,001,557 ,$3,979,620 9,096 $31,368,575 45 3,847
Eastern district total ................ 15 37,059,940 9,153,728 45,447,89 2,161,785 592,124 57,355,526 51,107,236 5,993,138 3,162,337 7,836 27,142,665 336 3,348
New England region ................... 2 12,557,205 019,033 16,356,359 21,15 152,907 17,2 ,4 1 ,32,303 1,890,111 1,019,6 9 2,7 9,5 5 2 1,038
Middle Atlantic region ......... ... 9 17750,3'85 7,3,43 21,2 7 29 1,75 9 37,8 31,154,38 10 3,551,o6 1,85,70 37 13,124 1 01
Central region ....................... 4 6,752,350 1,291,273 7, ,41 162 261 1,29 8,95,76 6 793 551971 257, 08 13 7 509

Southern region ...............*........... 3 3,4,203 349,064 5,505,505 129,54 22,231 6,oo006,348 6,024,958 d 18,610 d 94,284 973 3,033,677 13 4oo
Western district total ................ 1 620,143 1,194,199 468,664 27,556 66,140 1,756,559 1,729,530 27,029 11,567 287 906,233 86 99
Northwestern region ............. .....
Mid-Western region ..................... -.Southwestern region ................... -Rocky Mountain region........... ... ---Pacific region ..... .. ...... 1 620,143 1,194,199 468,664 27,556 66,140 1,756,559 1,729,530 27,029 11,567 287 906,233 $6 99
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Eastern Massachusetts Street Ry. Co. ................ 62 9,778,55 394 9802 14, 5,15 193,09 136,930 15, 270,069 13,53,933 1,734,136 975,6 2, 94 845,L79 18 909
Union Street Ry. Co............................... 37 2,778,6 7 124141 1,11,201 21,026 15,977 1,972,345 1, 1 ,370 155,975 3,7b3 355 1,080,57 10 129
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Buffalo Transit Co., Inc ........................... i,o6,552 1,494,981 85,294 6,707 1,586,982 1,482,112 104,870 614,540 231 02,425 103
Co-operative Transit Co ....................... ..... 1,621,706 1,942,151 18,426 8,635 1,969,212 1,883,130 86,0s2 1,221 263 866,941 13
Harmony Short Line Motor Transportation Co. 492 2,164 2 1 6 69, 321 140,221 38,227 2,259,426 1,808,281 451,145 246,s5s 267 o6,o5 23 92
H on s Transportation Co ....... 610564 130,276 21,740 1107, 6 1107,478 d 22 2.786 13 39
udonehigh Valley Transportation Co. .......... ... 48 1,850,9 47 20,653 8,543 1,80,1 3 1,637,322 242,21 3 331
Manhattn Coach Lines, Inc .................20 615,6 996,022 23,05 1,279,7 1,223,60 5,215 5 127 9,9 16
M anhattan Coach Lines, In............................... 69,025 1,573,527 7,5 ,63 1, 1,52 1,527 5,0 34,232 23 l
Ohio Valley & Black Bus CoLines, Inc.. .... ................ 410,200 50,131 128: 8486 8 63,9 1,03O,353 25,6 11,973 10 52,390
Ornge & Black Bus Lines, Ins t .... ........... 410,200 5,606,889 11,670,485 971 17,15 18,421, 69 15,616,077 2,520, O 1,252,863 2,o65 7,422,534 180 1,062
Public Service Interstate Transportation C .o ..... 1,o 9,757 713 5
CENTRAL REGION

Chicago & Calumet District Transit Co., Inc 2 ,6,884 2,914,OO4 9,995 19,192 2,9143,141 2,63,71 307,410 I0733 397 1,14T6, 66 1
Northern Indiana Transit, Inc ............ ....... 26 2,022,039 187,07 8 1 29,8Z3 1819 ,57 2 ,353 1, 1,240 103,103 51 12 8 30b 1 96:638 81
6 5 1,4,5;:7 2 16 ,216 4 47 1 16,a 6o,571 22,59 23 8 7, 3,0 9551
V a l l e y M o t o r T r a n s i t C o . . . . . . . . . . . . ..- .1.191 9 55 1 7 1 2 5 5 3 5 q 1 61 7 1 8 0, 7 355 3
lesson Co. ........................................ 575 726503 7 291,31 240
SOUTHERN REGION

A. B. & W. Transit Co. .......**...............* 2 9o 2795, 66, 021 2 4d ,93 1 3 1 81,017 19
Blue Ribbon Lines Corp ...........................80 1,95,68 52,33 ,504 ,019,72,3 7 319,0
Washington, Virginia & Maryland Coack Co., Inc. 80,819 019,7 2,0338 7 959,950 14
PACIFIC REGION
OAg. ..... 750 620,143 1,19L,19 161,664 27,556 66,140 1,756,559 1,729,530 27,029 11,567 27 906,233 6 99
Oregon Motor Stages ...............* ***

See footnotes at end of table.





80 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194

TABLE 56.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEES INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,00,000 1948--Ontinued
BY DISTRICT OR REGION

Vehicle-miles (with load and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Average
Owned and leased Purchased Charter, Miles per Revenue Passenger Expense per
vehicles transportation vehicles Intercity sightseeing vehicle-- per pas- en er vehicleName of carrier intercity Intercity All service Local he Interoity per p- revenue er vehleservice Local service Local other Total (regular service and other Total service senger per vehicle- mile-(regular service (regur service services routes) sei(regular 0arrier -- mile-All All evies
routes) r__tes) service rue '

All districts total ......................... 29,137,170 11L,193,h29 148,313 20 4,201,013 147,6so80,945 33,827,316 489,626,163 3,763,989 527,217,468 67,636 o0.I4 0.441e0.399
Eastern district total ..................... 23,912,242 98,346,339 148,313 20 3,798,018 126,20o4,932 29,031,031 435,679,939 3,491,830 468,201,800 72,038 .123 .454 .405
New England region ........................1 24 405 31,12,136 317,254 32,693,795 782,753 162,858,295 262,572 163,903,620 44,622 .105 .27 .470
Middle Atlantic region.................... 18,784,460 99 o16 148,313 20 3,063,924 71,90,73 24,75,52 19,301,43 3,053,626 22,8,1 8,35 .13
Central region ............................. 377 1725,17 416,,4o 21,5bOo46 3,772,756 74,519,601 175,632 78,'67,99 9 o,6oo .114 .390
Southern region .............................. 1,309,057 14,199,752 236,201 15,745,010 1,661,908 48,657,325 248,859 50,568,092 o100,697 .119 .381 .3
Western district total ..................... 3,916,871 1,647,338 16,7 4 5,731,003 3,134,377 5,289,899 23,300 8,447,576 45,545 .20 .307 .302
Northwestern region .................. *.....
Mid-Western region ........................Southwestern region ........................Rocky Mountain region ...................... ..... 4
Pacific region ........................: :3,916,871 1,6'7,339 166,794 5,731,003 3,134,377 5,289,99; 23,300 ,447,576 45,45 .208 .307 .302
NEW ENGLAND REGION

-astern Massachusetts Street Ry. Co .......... 934,228 27,130,655 273,770 28,338,653 b3l,966 139,074,491 172,272 139,678,729 l,902 .1o9 539 .478
Union Street Ry. Co .......................... 315,177 3,996, 41 43,484 4,355,142 350,787 23,793,8o4 90,300 24,224:,g91 31,518 .081 .453 .417
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Buffalo Transit Co., Inc ......................- 4462,860 1165 3 57,391 139 6 22 22 14 34 094 .1 .34
of. : : 2 0 K3,91146 2,2 2035 37
Co-oerative Trnsit Co. ...................... .. 4,942,356 4,567 4,97b,923 21 5 ,1; 23 23 21, 3 .51 .
..160,1694,245705 s~ I9,0 133,5 i4
Harmony Short Line Motor Transportation Co. 2,924,360 1,438,488 148,313 ,266,139 4777,300 4,511,090 7,357 185 95,725 11-,,O 1 .189 3:479
Hudson Bus Transportation Co., Inc .............. 891,597 1,423,04o 202,319 25,956 1,109,79 221 517 9,38 ,9, ,69 .0
Lehigh Valley Transportation Co .............. 4,729,962 39,8o 4,769,770 23,175,119 24,612 23,199,731 2 .01 :394 4
Manhattoan Coach Lines, Inc ..............9.....,02595 20 9,97 2,52b,902 3,34, 9 17 ,197 4,010,180 .319 .506
Ohio Valley Bus Co ...................... ..... 4551,944 1.2,63 4,564 ,582 22,7 2 22,77h,%0, .070 .30 -333
Orange & Black Bus Lines, Inc................ 929,960 201,052 1,131,012 14o3 1,702 4,155,17 -256 41 .91
Public Service Interstate Transportation Co... 14,968,503 25,o4i6,821 1,692,573 42,107,097 18,854,643 97,72,17 5 2,01, 506 118,3 0,314 83,158 .156 .437 .372
CENTRAL REGION

Chicago & Calumet District Transit Co., Inc.. 7,210,207 15,4og 225,615 22,741,615 16,353 22,759,02 129 407 .365
Northern Indiana Transit, Inc .................. 386,458 4,137,878 19,264 ,543,6oo 1,122,355 20,243,195 8, 92 21,374,212 48,307 .0 .451 .2
Valley Motor Transit Go................... 3 3928J3 33,07 3,425,920 15,200,850 25,73 8 15,226,58 .097 .431 .'13
Wesson Go ................................ .......3,491,919 2,52 ,269 349,081 6,365,269 2,650,401 16,333,911 124,849 19,109,161 60,206 .130 .391 .379
SOUTHERN REGION

A. B. & W. Transit Co .........................- 7,411,98 11,799 7, 31,707 24,472,881 165,907 24,638,788 .116 .379 .381
Blue Ribbon Lines Corp........................ 1,309,057 2, 21,953 49 57,5 1,661,90 8,999,23 10,674,505 .1
Washington, Virginia & Maryland Coach Co.,Ino. 4,465,91 89,907 4,555,79 15,185,021 b,7 12,799 1 .12 3
PACIFIC REGION

Oregon Motor Stages .......................... 3,916,871 1,647,338 166,794 5,731,003 3,134,377 5,289,899 23,300 8,447,576 45,545 .208 .307 .302

d Deficit or other reverse item.
SThis item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportation" service. /Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local service; these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehicle-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948










SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA TABLE 57













Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $1,000,000 TABLE 58

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STATISTICS OF CLAS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948

TABLE 57.--sOARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA, CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 194

Eastern district Western ditriot
Item All M Ne I Middle Southern Toa
districts Eastern England Atlanti. Central region West.- Nothwetern MidVeater South Pa
district region region region dl region Mountain
Number of carriers represented **..**...**.**** ******* 28 10 6 1 35 13
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................ 412,037,599 $2,536,306 $2,005,664 $382,730 1417,912 $1.203,005 $8.98,288 $2,935,079 $2.585,110 $2,14,295 S534,a&
Tangible propertyTotal tangible property less reserve.......... 16,864.34 14,566,620 3,537,914 739,739 288,967 2,18,190 9,889,230 4,788,185 2,alk4,49 1,76,64 1, o

Inloagible property lest reserve Total .....*.***...*** ..2,288,098 1,377,1415 1,2514,795 119,798 2,822 227,988 682,695 287,255 17,900 189,4914 87,846
Investment securities and advances Total ............. 6,8,867 556,054 1476,918 79,136 45,307 5,407,56 4,791,812 36,122 579572

Deterred debate Total ........................... 1222,356 410,317 388,696 8,108 13,513 145,027 667,012 297,273 112,329 24,791
Special funds and lellaneous debit Total ....... 264,467 120,37 120,373 24,612 119,482 20,000 99,42

Total assets ....................................... 38,685,727 9,567,085 7.784,360 1,250,375 532,350 4,054,429 25,064,213 13,119,604 4,766,1430 5.03,14 2,075,075
LIABILITIES

Current liabilities Total...... .....................6,475,156 1,1453,996 1,114,195 263,71 1,930 891 117,1 963,343 1149,300 7815, 2 217711
Advances parable a Total .............................. 6,060,912 1,645,801 1,645,801 360,000 14,055,111 1,6418,202 2,212,289 299.376 5214
Equipment and other long-tern obligations:
Equipment obligationa .............................. 1,22,41829 966,8145 957,585 9,260 582 7 12 69, 6 291,01 1 3
Bonds and other long-tern obligations ............. 267215 201,00 159,500 41,500 1824 ,82, 92, 1 )
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 2,168,044 1,167,845 1,117,085 50,760 767,226 232,973 68,382 147,1421 117,170
Doerred credite Total ............................... 3.96,279 66,176 51 8 u 04 1214 4,176 25,627 8,156 32,547 870
Reserves for inaurance, injuries, lose and damage, and
other Total ............7.......................... .27,273 274,263 274,263 12,507 2140,503 52,538 6,687 181,278

Capital t tock Total ........................... 9,472,705 2,43,260 1,614,5 2600,000 121,610 352,000 6,755,445 2 750,000 105,000 3,029,902 870,543


Total capital took and noncorporate capital .... 9,800,119 2,560,517 1,770,820 600,000 I189,697 352,000 6,887,602 2,750,000 105,000 3,162,059 870,547
Advncese payrble....tal.................................. .,ql 1,4490 645, 2e-1~ 680014 40111149P2 ,6,8 99365,







Enapropriated surplus: 1,2,gation84
Earneduput e .............................. 12,21 1,773 8 374,600 151 3 9,260- 6,883,085 1,2 o 753,133
Total unappropriated surplus......... ............. 13557,944 2,398,187 1,781,74 3714,600 '241,839 1,709,364 9,450,393 6,883,085 1,214994 598,881 753,433
Total liabilities ................................ 3 65,727 9,67,085 7,784,360 1,250,375 532,350 4,o54,429 25,06,213 13,119,604 14,766,30 5,103,104 2,015,075
CANRIER OPERATING INCOME
Operating revenues:
rpertyfo iserace injuries lossi,. and damag 3,0206 'd







ret rnue-Common carrIer .................. 29.. o 14,971,855 3,, 7 1,026,820 3 52,5076 o, 17 5

rTotal .............r ..................... 3.21730 0 o 12 0 1 1 2,7 1
C rotal r...n-oal ............................. .2,22,8635 1,352630 6 5 96,o4o 26,1 356,5 2 6,345 127,6540 5,015 2191,98 270.09
ota operation revenue..................-P5,212y27.v13e5 15 100 7 8 19 9 5027 7,59 267,1 3,,282 8 8 12,08
Ttermialp.................................*.....*2*,5 6,15 o,708 12,7 1,5815o 9

TPaffai reveue.. .....................**** ..*********..**971it7l 21.... 21 60,21 2 60,1 2,6700 895,781 9276 3,376 6 10,6 0 1,605 95,0001,59
neaurbus ne.............................. 13 2,0 2800 1 5 92 5,3 3

Total ....................................... ...22,16,365 7,356,589 6,099,506 791.73 26,90 3,767,5 11,6923 1,29,50 1 5,730 6 2,118,191 64,099
T otalopertti ............. ..................... 3..55,2927 4 ,561,015 770,588 1,987 32780 4 ,383,62 8 534,2 3 17,557,925 53,85,880 7,18,785 2,075,018
Operation and adven exeses1
nuraipnct and eaten c.e....................4........1,,o 96902 ,, 4797 981,071 9 ,62 I 27714, 9 252, 19 1 9
Transpo rtin...............ge.........................961 132,5673 2,878 1'4 39 7,44 56,522~ 14023,a0 57 641 1496 ;4 9







Total ........................................ 3 9'5,296 2,6 4639,52 1,6826 63 3,6,101 4,60,26 1,70,5 44165 5,6194 2,157.199
I p a t x 145626 1 ,56 ,73 6593153 2,76,63 i7,00,634 6,09 272o 7
Insuoo net end ofety............................... .20 4 5,7t1 276,639 3 505 20
Adminbtrtiveande genr........................... 1 79,7i 352: 94,o 75 713 9,33 4 1.1 k707
llotal.................................. 2, 1 5,356,89 1411,06 79247 1416,906 2 zo4o5- 17SO38 -25584 289,76 19:12o 6 14k,235
Passengger service:79 ,5,25
T oaemtalio........................................72,,61 7,~,~,32659 609,75 o o 296 P 3.767,511 319,35 1.2,4 53050 6 11,079 2,74ogc
TrficTotloprati nd avertesin.......................6374 13,01 12170,588 197149 1,656 83,68 386,63 1 25,9254 M15,88 7 9:0
Oeadinisrt and enerl..............1,915 expen7ses!3 25 389 09i 15 7,w 2
Pnsro an safety .................,0,9 446,134 3 89 1,79 2,09-2740013
Toimn dmital......... ::................ 824,698 5,91,784 14, 3,652 7.5,6 212,36 2,5,2 9,60,09 5.722,546 983 _____1,704,6 14293 1,6911442, 157,3199
Tasoa r ation and.... 1sn~ac exene ...,67153 11,11467 ,951,780 1,3,3 6591 570,93 27,41475 14,9836 111659 6,23,Z9 3,Z019
See fotnte 63953 end ofs table.






84 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1914

TABLE 57.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA, CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGION. i148

Eastern district Western district
All Southernton Ha
Item districts n Engad Al anti Central region n Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern mountain Pacific
district reion region region dietriot region region region region region
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME Continued
D e elation expense ................................... 2,998,591 03,64 65,98 14,375 $43 3261 25o12,% $,9 072 691,652 292,4 326,4 0 $ 2
serciation adjustment ...............................d 9r'.A 2 3,1 9Z 2d8 8.9 d 13. 5 A i 1.
Amortifition chargeable to operations 1.. ................ 1 ,0 2 0 9
Operating taxes eand liensee ........ ................. 4,1,1 9062 7322786 556-157 27 20
operating rents--N ......................3.oo..1.2.56.,869.303.587 1 347,49 2,go$7,24 1,211 57 3455 7 2 3 3 13 173,49Z
Total expenses ....................................* ...52,213,683 13,003.36 10,473,223 1,772,6754 757,271 7,039,968 32.170,347 16,350,093 5,242,452 7,171,369 3,406,433
Net operating revenue ..................................2,998,591 557,647 297,365 211F,275 K 31360 20721 ,0,3 7,428 '447,1416 1132
Lease of distinct operating unit-Debit ....................... 340 -, 1
Lease of distint operating unit-Credit .................... ..8 91 6,222 6,222 N 6 7 2764 27 6,101 667
Not garner operating Income........................ ... 3,04,142 563,869 303,57 214,275 46,007 342,849 2.097 424 1,20d,116 573,455 447,245 d_ 131,392
Other Ordin a y In onm e
Income from nonoarnier operations--Net ......................99,513 29, 29 27,930 1,99 6 ,990 71, 66- 751422 d 3.935 79
Interest income............................................... 24,290 3,636 o 775 7 390 91 9435 12,607 6 5517,06 58
Dividend Income .....................i a n......,..... 1 1 37 36 l6 532 11,100
Other nonoperating income ..................... ...... 463 13,145 6,51 3 2,874 1,639 52,3 52,360 5
Total other ordinmy income........................ .. 299,877 45,967 3,316 3 7,618 6,683 247,227 164,392 76,067 6,101 667
Gross ordinary Income ...................................3304,019 60g9836 3141,933 214,278 53,625 3149,532 2,3144,"651 1,372,908 649,522 1453,3146 d 130,725
Deductions Fr dinary Income
interact .............................................. 245,1478 n,8665 08,717 75 2,873 3,91 914,895 146,555 25,513 17,8A 5023
Amortiation of debt discount and expense ............. 2 2,1
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ............... 59 59 5
Other deductions .......................................95,185 1,559 1,553 6 38,976 54,650 23,135 24,817 6.12; 573
Total deductions from ordinry income ................. 340,64 113,165 110,211 81 2,73 77,94 149,5145 69,690 50,330 23,929 5,596
Net ordinary income ................................ 2,963,415 496,671 231,722 214,197 50,752 271,638 2,195,106 1,302,61 599,192 429,417 d 136.32
frnsrdnarr Income
Extraordinary income credits ............................ 1...5,830 1 4s 9,2248 3,500 3,222 41,939 41,839 1075
Extraordinary income charges ............................. ,03 34, 4, 12 2
Doaped income credits ......................... ..rcent) .4457 594 99.22 9 95.5 9 931o9 1
Deled income charges.................................... 10,6 92 156 2,156 19,766 9,338- 9,338 1
Total extraordinary Income......................... 20,593 53,09 50,309 3,500 367 30,351 39,791 A 9A*
Net income before income taes ..........................2,9814,008 550,1480 282,031 2114,197 514,252 208,071 2,225,1457 1,3142,609 599,192 1419,977 d 136.321
Income tsxes I,/.................................. 1,2214,8W 185,618 89,244 96,335 10,039 89,922 9149,3142 567,881 266,081 139,756 d 24,37f
ot income ......................................... 21,759,126 3674,62 192,787 127,862 44,213 17,1149 1,276,115 774,72- 333,111 280,221 d 1.9145
Operating ratio &/...................... (Pereent) 914.57 95.89 97.24 89.22 914.27 95.35 93.88 93.12 90.114 914.13 1014.01
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividendsa...................................................8140768 $ 8,9 3,730 ',6' 6,6 3:0 1,1
Wihrwl.................................................52,0 47,.770 33,072 14,b~
Total dividends and withdrawase.........................192,772 84,267 36,802 47,1465 67,564 40,914 22,031 16,910
REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR
Freight equipment in intercity service:
Number of trucks and truck-tractors................ 138 47~ diO6 lie17 82 95498,3,72 219,7 18322 82 44~
t"I .. l.?.TY.????i.::::::::::: iod n sxsI 1ex2573 $23o,61 $30,17 $548, $2 955, 93 $1 32, 2 $9$82269 $24o,91
.5 .91 "A.l:T:::::::::::: gn 5Est 1ss 9ess' :2 $49om 5 1932:, 4vx 1 o ee stIa
Cost ...................................................502 n l 835 518Ou i1, $2 738 18$951
Oct.................................3,71,3 $777,514i 57 Z $23,59 560,18 0233'1 1,701,859 301368
Freight equipment in local service:
Number of trucks end truck-tractors .......................,75 17 92 1271 120 780 23 l66
Ct, .. ............... $1,688125 $349, $185,911 47,312 Sl16,527 $160,oA $1,178,2 $891,'p0 $34,521 $132,98 $119
Number ofuladamtalr.................226 R6 29 81,9 la 134 717
Cost............................................... #253,732 *60,439 810,513 -149 193 93 $1?,903 $2,459 $10,218 $37.713
Passenger vehicles:
Number of vehiclese........................................102 145J55 5s 3-2 3 09
".. eh.:ice : ::::::::::::::::::::::: ..id 814 ,,1406 ess,9&l *11,# 25 ,4218 1437e, 21t 233sil 90t. 9u 3
Cost ..................................................... ,534 8 4784 3,985,719 869.1 1 11735 $2,2142,650 85,523,110 $ 167,236 $3,0815.782 $751,735 81,518,357
ELPLOYEES AND COMPENSATION 3/
Property service:
Average number....................................1,2314 69276 14
Total compensation.....................*6,4l,3 *3,82,1 $3.030,% lit1,~ 8355,22? $1,610,'19 Sl0,96i:00 $ 7,9607 Ul44,41 $2,447,570.1,1
Pasaenger serviceAverage number ............................. 506 1248 614 6 50
Total compCeation ...................................9,2',OR *3,56,27'1 03,007,104 1421,511 8137,656 181,496,8is18 $4,21,5 :2 81,28057 $2,0146,1482 8780,397 $156,019
See footnotes at end of table.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19488

TABLE 57.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA, CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1948

Eastern district Western district
All Southern
Item districts a Central region 0 Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern c aqa fi
Eastern England Atlantio region district region region region o
________ district rein ron n reon ndWstrnc ein rgo egoonan rgo
_____________regionn
OPERATING STATISTICS--PROPERTY SERVICE
Vehicle-miles operated In Intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Trucks and tractors:
Owned vehicles .....................................52,101,589 8,604,787 7,066,638 26 75,36 3
Leased vehicles............................... 736249,70 9 2 2;5 1, 9 5% 5 1,705 1539
Purchased transportation vehicles ....................7,52 318,889 572,4i- 38, 69,59313,3g
Driveaway........................................
Total miles operated--All vehicles ........... 56,309,847 8,770,942 7,216,143 1,464,185 90,614 6,866,903 40,672,002 28,307,082 854,961 9,794,926 1,715,033
Tons of revenue freight carried In ntercty service 2 6594,: 916 573,000 86,012 43,90o 367,890 1,588,506 ,3 35,102 328,198 19,82
Ton-mles-Interity revenue freight cr .............iit-y 310s735,U5 34O7,005 27,757,090 6,031,915 618,000 34,388,745 241,939,715 15k99 ,0 3 2,Oob,ol6 57,278,105 27,7b2,1l
Freight revenue--Intercity service ..................... $29,957,838 $4,971,855 $3,901,477 $1,026,820 $43,558 83,502,076 $21,483,907 $15,111,362 $250,339 #5,420,932 $701,274
OPERATING STATISTICS--PASSENGER SERVICE
Bus-miles operated in revenue service (with load and
empty):
Owned vehicles:
Busses operated Intercity service (regular
routes) ...................................... 59,4 55,673 17,919,o69 13,912,535 3,191,532 8 002 10,027,O34 31,509,J70 6,308,54 16,178,098 4,35,215 4387,-n3
Local service .............. 22,130,17 99,32? 927,701 68,65 12,138 913,673 657,908 -2557b
Charter, sightseeing and
other special service ... 1,673,639 779,855 669,961 81,690 28,204 292,063 601,721 160,084 212,887 153,136 75.614.
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, ma3.
express, and/or newspaper service ......... 230,116 115,692 114,424 41,340 73,084
Total ...................................... 63,489,565 19,695,250 15,510,197 3,273,222 911,831 10,654,927 33,139,388 6,509,949 17,048,893 4,861,435 4,719,112
Leased vehloleal
Busses operated Intercity servios(regular
routes) ................................... 5,835,493 627,317 627,317 501,119 4,707,0 3,48,62
Local service .............. 31,761 62. 31r, -5 01 317 1
Charter, sightseeing and
other special service ... 86,200 1,521 1,521 )4,679 11,196 42,372 31,111
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ......... 47,478 -, 47,478 47,478
Total .................................. 6,000,932 628,838 628,838 501,118 4,870,976 334,146 202,364 790,943 3,543,523
Purchased transportation:
Busses operated Intercity service (regular
routes) ................................... 476,540 220,231 206,418 13,728 85 166,4O8 89,901 7,065 1,348 60,435 21,053
Local service ..............
Charter, sightseeing and
other special service .8,766 4,597 4,597 4,169 56 4,113
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail, 3
express, and/or newspaper service ......... 50,464 3,6003.600 15,664 31,200 31,200
Total .................................. 535,770 228,428 214,615 13,728 85 182,072 125,270 7,121 1,348 95,74S 21,053
Grand total, bus miles ................. .70,026,267 20,552,516 16,353,650 3,286,950 911,916 11,338,117 38,135,634 6,851,215 17,252,605 5,7498,126 8,283,688
Passengers, revenue, carried: 1,
Regular route Intercity service .................... 36,286,715 1 15,111,656 3,573,078 796,854 5,22,980 10,992,1,7 1,314,423 6,326,1 1,291,49!
...6.... 1 4 59 1 11,57132,392 0,709 1,369,471 954.79a
Local service .........................I..... 6,8 9, 545 5,O 115 421,73 6775 'Z 5 6,5310 37 07 1
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ..... 68,15 573,201 9 95 6,
Passenger-miles regular route intercity service / .. 1,058,632,908 282,184,720 230,439,895 39,792,015 11,952,810 195,239,077 581,209,111 88,816,000 266,258,678 75,589,119 150,545,314
Passenger revenue:
Regular route Intercity service .................... $20,196,271 $6,451,383 $5,3 0,242 $895,781 *225,360 $3,329,340 $10,415,549 *1,550,459 $4,860,43 $1,850,704 $2,15
Local service ............................. ....... 658,112 357,733 3b6,458 51,275 47,322 253,057 199,611
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ..... 709,561 352,705 28),004 59,313 9,38 138,341 218,515 54,730 3,876 77,343 3:

d Deficit or other reverse item.
V Does not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See Introductory statement.
2 Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.
This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these crriers to perform 'Purchased transportation' service.
Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
In some Instances, the ton-miles or passenger-miles were designated as estimatedd.'





86 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1948
TABLE 58.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,Oo00,0, l194 BY DISTRICT AND REGION
Number Principal type Miles of Total Operating revenues Operating expenses ,
Nubr Pinia ye ie fNet icm
of of service regular routes _/ assets (not Operation a Depreciation, Ne
car- including Freight service Passenger service Total maintenance exPenses amortization Total carrier
Name of Garter riers Prop- Paseen- intangible Common All special A i operating and operat- operating operating Income
repre- Prop- P Passenger bus other revenues Passenger assenger ing taxes expenses inoone taxee
scented erty barrierss carries arrintercity rev s revenue expenses
Carriers__ ___- _ _n_ e __ vs revenues __ and rents
All districts total ........ 15- $32,06,179 $26,795,810 $1,987,718 $19,388,343 $614,605 $1,151,594 $49,938,070 $23,227,695 $17,071,780 $7,o41,620 $47,341,O95 $2,602,526 $1,449,571
Eastern district total 4 6,970,492 4,179,315 739,628 6,4L79,248 303,988 178,027 11,880,206 4,254,308 5,495,604 1,663,560 11,413,472 4,72,956 256,231
New England region .........3 5 ,3991 3,152,495 739,319 5,593,467 244,675 173, 9,893,057 3.462,835 470341 1,427, 9 ,9 2,6 12,3
Middle Atlantic region 1,02611,130,577 1,o06,82o 309 895,791 59,313 4,926 i.997,19 791,473 7 5,263 236,138 1,772,87 214,275 127,862
Central region ............ ...
Southern region .............. 3,474,918 2,435,747 103,009 3,271,331 129,947 246,117 6,196,151 2,012,696 2,772,681 1,097,885 5,883,262 302,078 97,376
Western district total ..... -- 21,640,769 20,180,749 1,145,081 9,637,764 180,670 727,450 31,871,713 16,960,691 8,803,495 4,280,175 30,O44,361 1,827,492 1,095,96'4
Northwestern region .... 3 12 -32: 1,5,5 73 35 1- 55.2- 0t4 0417j: 6
mid-western region ......... ... 3 -12,15,111,362 1,55,59 617:0270 224,51 17,157,925 1 21,505,84 ?,7o4, 6 2,13,726 S6,%80 1281
Southwestern region 1... 4-5 99 59 5 766;4 617,023 3-94
Rocky Mountain region ..... 3 2,993,473 4,872,212 238,750 1,125,185 4! 130,792 149,37 4,1 87 1,045,571 6 121,330 5 1 ,372
Pacific region ............ 1- 1,256,233 197,174 189,714 1,905,642 39:616 115,102 2,47,2498 953 1,94i,223 Z35,821 2,68997 d 234.749 d 171.085

NEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston & Maine Transportation Co..... A Intercity 1,203 1,046 1, 72,141 46,942 407,041 1,899,228 152,652 38,863 2,9,2. 80,828 1,7 419,420 049,97 6 d 52,2
Maine Central Transportation Co ....... A Intercity 101 1,152 878,721 7-, 913,876 52,226 10,11 1,. 31,ol 753,01 187,525 .,
ew England Transportation Co...........A Intercity 1,952 1,182 3,796,986 2,644,310 332,278 2,770 363 39,797 113,997 5,900,695 2,645,989 2,199,573 790, 77 5,636,039 261:656 153:07o
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Reading Transportation Co ............ A Interoity 831 475 1,130,577 1,026,820 309 895,781 59,313 4,926 1,987,149 791,473 745,263 236,138 1,772,874 214,275 le7,862
SOUTHERN REGION
Gulf Transport Co ..................... A Intercity 2,855 1,428 1,461,909 917,905 91,118 1,021,017 29,780 129,029 2,188,849 709,747 920,665 409,158 2,039,570 14,293 77,816
Norfolk Southern Bus Corp ............ A Intercity 4 48 65,293 10,193 9,339 1,021,62 66,797 63,902 1,269,.55 129,817 865,661 237,470 1,232,948 36,907 18,010
Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc ............. A Intercity 1,311 1,212 1,147,716 1,411,649 2,552 1,226,690 33,370 53,186 2,727,447 1,173,132 98b,355 41,257 2,610,744 115,878 1,550
MID-WESTERN REGION
Frisco Transportation Cc .............. A Intercity 3,492 711 1,209,803 2,710,936 150,107 1 ,73 21,384 88,387 3,102,540 2,345,922 17,790 5,707 2,985,419 117,131 50,2
Rock Island Motor Transit Co......... A Intercity 5,1 57 1,359,583 3 9 15 3 37 3,131,984 41,76 395, 3,569,020 217,27 96,248
264 679, 33,346 49 ,659,26,3 07 ,3 1,458196 6,6, 6,053Z
Santa Fe Trail Transportation Co. !j/ A Intercity 8,950 10,262,963 8,857,797 264,257 1,377,679 33,346 135,949 10,669,028 7,027,935 1,488,860 1,278,859 9,795,654 873,658 628,053
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Missouri Pacific Transportation Co... Interoity 4,744 4,559,714 99,594 5,056,478 43,876 257,205 5,457,153 4,112,175 776,766 4,888,941 568,239 329,949
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
Northern Pacific Transport Co ......... A Intercity 1,365 715 663,475 1,510,522 40,958 102,077 15,632 82,511 1,751,700 1,248,97 187,927 234,763 1,671,187 80,513 61,147
Rio Grande Motor Way, Inc ............ A intercity 1,953 1,822 1,794645 2,469,715 35,218 980,564 25,101 37,000 3,547,598 2,154,542 817,621 546,079 3,518,2492 29,403 6
Salt Creek Freightways ............... A Intercity 752 162 535,353 891,975 162,574 42,5 1,715 11,281 1,110,089 76,858 4o,023 i47,020 933,901 175,970 101,165
PACIFIC REGION
Santa Fe Transportation o ............ A Intercity 454 1,226 1,256,233 197,174 189,714 1,905,642 39,616 115,102 2,447,248 304,953 1,941,223 435,821 2,681,997 d 234,749 d 171.085

See footnotes at end of table.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1918

TABLE 58-.ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,000,000 Continued, 19I BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Number of vehloes In ercie ecle-r e a Ton of Number of load an
Employees owned at close ro ertY ase
Averai mbe r Total o l of Ye r -urcbaied revenue Ton-miles- passengers carried
d nTPurchased Ownedand transport- freight Interoit r r
Trucks and Owned and transport- leased carin revenue InteOity Ine
Freight Passenger Preight Passenger truck- Busses leas an(regular ree- f service Loal passengertruc-sBsse arise vehicles
service service service service tractors vehicles vehicles vehila esite r/ ervce mie
rue) routes) service~t routes)
26" 2, 2 95 _, 27.. ...61 5 2 1 0 85 5 ,1 8 3

All districts total .................... 4,960 2,628 $14,621,111 $8,632,268 2,027 951 48,513,275 645,319 61,168,726 476,55 2,110,85 256,128,34 34,527,632 5,806,979 0
Eastern district total ................. 1.,000 1,016 3,033,262 3,388,446 422 391 6,378,644 66,637 17,544,609 220,146 483,382 24,229,816 18,630,282 4,852,091 269,272,496
New England region ...................... .44 894 2,596,278 2,Z66,935 358 316 4,91W,459 66,637 14,353,077 206,418 397,370 18,19,901 1%057,20& 4,52,091 229 480,41
Middle Atlantic region ................ 156 122 434,984 '21,511 64 75 1,464:,95 3,191,532 13,728 8,012 6,03,915 3,573,078 39 2 ,015
Central region .............................- ---------Southern region .......................... 410 491 1,110,246 1,465,194 222 163 4,821,310 76,676 10,195,490 166,408 275,570 22,983,937 5,841,986 191,189,377
Western district total ................. 3,550 1,121 10,477,603 3,778,628 1,383 397 37,313,321 502,006 33,428,627 89,901 1,351,902 208,914,588 10,055,364 954,788 546,o146,942
Northwestern region .................... 2,7 317 7,960,072 2o84, 3 0 88-g6.o
Southwestern region .....................62 279 706; 1,025, 15,8 63 1,31,423Soid-western region.............,6 37 ,9072 :120M 7 1,06 90 2798,3 388,248 6,320,719 954,788 266:086,038
Rocky Mountain region ................ 716 14 2,295,554 488,823 253 12 9,079,778 112,858 3,, 35 6,5 304,795 52,870,0o 800, 49 53 ,413
Pacific region ....................... 66 7 221,977 18,275 68 67 314,709 900 6,998,895 21,053 21,729 1,151,517 1,619,373 137,69 91

NEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston & Maine Transportation Co......... 201 60,897 1,12,O 109 120 625,170 62,247 5,417,453 4,581 77,542 2,808,862 6,508,670 2,722, 37 81,524,491
Maine Central Transportation Co .. 3 6,622 167,31 2,311,892 19,84 382: 234736
New England Transportation Co ............. 64 442 1,979,759 196,41 246 1 4,121,975 4,390 6,623,732 12,353 3 O 15,o06,971 7,412,796 115,721,:24
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Reading Transportation Co ................ 156 122 434,984 421,511 64 75 1,464,185 3,191,532 13,728 86,012 6,031,915 3,573,078 39,792,015
SOUTHERN REGION
Gulf Transport Co ......................... 101 150 309,955 471,79 2 6 2,406,0 9 73,779 3,396,117 1,688 177,736 10,306,690 1,389,750 46, 33,772
Norfolk Southern Bus Corp........29 207 72,909 63,894 17 264:246 2,877 2,943,845 153,737 10,178 846,500 3,571,025 56,N'51384
Tami i Trail Tours, Inc. ................ 280 13 727382 6,507 123 2,151,025 20 3,855,528 10,983 7,656 11,830,747 881,211 88,209,221
MID-WESTERN REGION
523 1,433,846 82,987 214 19 5,59, 7,4 1,105,6o6 274,393 31,950,654 270,416 6,087,352
Rock Island Motor Transit C ................. .630 2,058,569 113,0 567 6 1,175,98 5,I,843 7 55,6 2:3O,4,11 1,12 ,80,,98
Santa Fe Trail Transportation Co. / 1,612 1,669 4,67,657 1,131,210 567 3, 2 0,175,981 055,34403 7,065 82,37,211 12,8 6O:678,09
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Missouri Pacific Transportation Co .......- 613 2,o43,473 228 16349,900 1,346 6,320,719 954,788 266,086,038
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
Northern Pacific Transport Co .......... .. .161 11 656,411 53,645 16 3,110,576 26,192 549,295 6,326 101,243 14,623,160 107,270 17 026
Ric Grande Motor Way, Ina ............. 42o 171 1,226,426 427 39 154 3,728,450 85,780 2,702,958 12,033 125,997 20,397,443 678 65 7,207 64
Salt Greek ireightwaye ................... 132 2 412,717 7:78a4 53 2,24o,752 886 196,105 42,076 77,555 17,84,405 14,92 1,50,74
PACIFIC REGION
Santa Fe Transportation Co ............... 66 / 2 221,977 18,275 68 67 314,709 900 6,998,95 21,053 21,729 1,151,517 1,619,373 137,699,391

Deficit or other reverse item. 4 Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
T/ O Reua'At-s'eue evce 9 oa craesrie Passenger operations discontinued February 29, 1948; passenger operating rights transferredt
2' r Regular route--scheduled serVioe; uS' Local cartage service. Tasotnna u ytm n.a fMrh1 98
j The mIles ehown may contain duplications on account of dual operations. Transcontinental Bus System, Inc. as of mrh1 96 March 1 1948.
This item does not Include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform / Employees transferred to payroll of the Santa Fe Trail Transportation Co., March 1. 198.
*Purchased transportations service. U. S GOVERNMENT PINTING OFFICE i 0-1950











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