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Statistics of class 1 motor carriers for the year ended December 31 ...
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Dec. 31, 1938-
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Issued 1938-1941 by the Bureau of Statistics, Interstate Commerce Commission; 1942- issued by the Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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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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TATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CA

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31

19 52


COMPILED FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF
MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY AND MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGE
FILED WITH THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

STATEMENT NO. 5423







WASHINGTON, D. C.
August 1954















THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION



RICHARD F. MITCHELL, Chairman
CHARLES D. MAHAFFIE
J. HADEN ALLDREDGE
J. MONROE JOHNSON
HUGH W. GROSS
KELSO ELLIOTT
ANTHONY F. ARPAIA
OWEN CLARKE
HOWARD G. FREAS
KENNETH H. TUGGLE
JOHN H. WINCHELL
GEORGE W. LAIRD, Secretary












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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transoort Economics and Statistics


STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952




CONTENTS



Investment in
ummeary lct carrier operating Operting taxe
finanaland balance sheet property, less Income Operating and litenses Oeoo
f inancial and balance sheetdepreciation statement revenues and provllon a nd
Group operating items and for maintenance
data amortization income taxes expenses

Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Pa

CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ,l

Engaged in intercity service ................... 1 .
Common carriers of general freight:

Operating with owned equipment principally 2 6 3 11 4 12 5 13 6 14 7 14 8 5
Operating with owned and leased equipment
or purchased transportation ........... 2 6 15 23 16 24 17 25 18 26 19 26 20 27
Common carriers of commodities other than
general freight ........................... 27 35 -
Contract carriers ............................ 28 37 -

Carriers remorting revenue ton-miles ........ -
Envaged In local service ........................ 33 53 -- -
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS

Engaged in Intercity service .................... 35 .59 36 60 37 61 38 62 39 62 40 63

Engaged in local or suburban service ...........- 45 68 46 69 47 70 48 71 49 71 50 72
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS

Engaged In intercity and/or local service ....... 57 85 -






Emoloyees--Average Abseet itemsact Of
number, hours or Operating neleted item of
Purchased Depreciation Revenue equipment days paid for, Oersting statisticndivi al ar-
Group traneDortation expense --Owned total and average statistics -Suptlement riers having o
--Supolement ting revenues
compensation over $ .000,000
Table Page Table Page Table Poae Table Pags Table Pete Table Page Table Page

CARRIERS OF PROPERTY

Engaged In intercity service ....................- -
Common carriers of general freight:
Operating with owned equipment principally. 9 16 10 16 12 17 13 18 1L 19 1T-A 20 30 41

Operating with owned and leased equipment
or purchased transportation ............ 21 28 22 28 24 29 25 30 26 31 26-A 32 30 41
Common carriers of commodities other than
general freight ........................... 31 47
Contract carriers ............................ 32 50

Carriers reporting revenue ton-miles ......... -29 39 -

Engaged in local service ....................... 34 55
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS

Engaged in intercity service ................... 41 64 42 65 43 66 44 67 55 77

Engaged in local or suburban service ........... 51 73 52 74 53 75 54 76 -6 81
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS

Engaged in intercity and/or local service ....... 58 88


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2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS, 1952



INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


The Interstate Commeroe Commission under authority of Section 220 of the tion expenses' amounting to 5 percent or more of their total "Operation and mainte- riers or commodities other than general freight and total for all of the comon
Intertatae Commerce Act requires Class I common and oontroat motor carrier to file nance expenses." Of the 1,040 common carriers of general freight engaged In interoity carriers; and B--Oontract carriers. Of the 1,868 intercity carrIers of propert
quarterly and annual reports. The Clase II and Claea III carriers also were required service summarized in Table 2, 511 were common carriers of general freight operating 1,748 reported ton-milee. The revenues, expenesa, number of vehibt les vehiaLo ii
to rile annual reports beginning with 1948. with owned equipment exclusively or principally and detailed in Tables 3 to 14, In- and tons carried are given for these carriere to permit of useful cOmparisons.
olusive; and 529 were common carriera of general freight operating with owned and
A Clme I carrier ie one having gross operating revenues (inoluding inter- leased equipment or purchased transportation and detailed In Tables 15 to 26, inolu- Attention le called, particularly in the case of carriers of pasene .to
state and Intrastate) of $200,000 or over annually, from motor carrier operations; sive. Tables 13 and 25 relating to employees, service hours (or days), and compener- the fact that data as to interity traffic and operations are also found in the
Claes II carriers are those having gross o erating revenues (Including interstate and tion show a lesser number of carriers owing to the excluelon of carrlers which re- ble for carriers classified as engaged in local service and that, to a le extent
intrastate) of *o0,000 or over, but under 200.00O annually, from motor carrier oper- ported incomplete data. Tables 14A and 26A also cover a leaser number of carriers data as to local traffic and operations are ao found i the tab o
atione; and Class III carriers are those having such revenues of less than 650,000 tor the reason that tSupplemental Statistic are required from only common carriers carriers.
annually. Generally, the average revenue In the latest three calendar years deter- which have average annual gross revenues of #500,000 or more based on the latest
aines the olass in which a carrier falls. Prior to 1950, a Class I motor carrier was three calendar years and which derive an average of 75 percent or more of their reve- The Greyhound Corporation, a holding and management company which owned the
one having gross operating revenues of $100,000 or over annually; a Class II carrier nues from the intercity transportation of general commodities. controlling interest in the stock of 14 reporting carriers, also conducted motor ar-
was one having annual gross operating revenues of $25,000 or over, but under $100,000; rier operations under the names of Central Greyhound Lines and at L~kes Greyhound
and a Class III carrier was one having such revenues of loss than $25,000. The common carrier o o commodities other than general freight, and the con- Lines (entral region), Dixie Greyhound Line, Florida Greyhound LineSutheatern
tract carriere, were not segregated as were the common oarriers of general freight. Greyhound Lines, and Teohe Greyhound Lines (Southern region), and as Northwet Grey-
This summary of statistics compiled from the annual reports filed by Class However, of the 586 common carriers of commodities other than general freight summa- hound Lines (Pacific region). The data here shown are based on aoounting and at&
I motor carrier for the year 1952 is the fifteenth of a series which began for the rled in Table 27. 187 were carriers operating with owned equipment exolusively or tistloal records maintained by these operating units.
ear 1938. Vith the following exception it Is similar to the summary for the pre- principally; and 399 were carriers operating with owned and leased equipment or pur-
eding year 1951. In that data covering the same items are given In the several ta- chased transportation. Of the 242 contract carriers summarized in Table 28, 115 were The number of carriers' reports received and sumaried for 1952 d 1951
blee in both publications: carriers operating with owned equipment exclusively or principally and 127 were oar- are shown In the following table:
In those tables showing balanoe sheet items, partioulars of investment rie operating with owned and leased equipment or purchased transportation.
previously shown as Other tangible property' are now shown separately for
OCarrier operating property leased to others. and Naoncarrier proerty0; For the purpose of this publication, oarriers of property which derive 25
Tables 11 and 2, Operating Rents Nt (property carrier), have been percent or more of their total operating revenues from local servie are classified Number of Reports Received and Smmaried
discontinued, and the account (5300) previously thus deslgnated has been ex- as local oarriers. Data pertaining to the local carriers are summarized In Table 33.
eluded from tables showing income items; This table shows there were 383 carriers of property olassified as engaged in local
8ub-aocounts entitled Purchased transportation-Intercity4 and sPur- service. Property P enger roerlot. an
chased piokup and dellvery, have been excluded from tables showing Operation Classlfication Proprty Pasngr as"W a
and taltanoe penses itsme, leaving only the total of the account Pur- Passenger carrier, reporting both ntercity and local and suburban traffl o carrier 1952 1951 1952 1951
chased transportations while new aooounts, aOperating rents,e arv been whose average fare is 20 cents or less are classified herein as local carriers. For _19_2 19_1 1_9_ _ _ _ __i__9__
added as Operation and Kaintenanoes penses tshes; this purpose, the revenue and number of passengers applicable to charter, sighteesing
Tables 9 and 21, Purchased Transportation Property Carrier,. have or special servlce are not used in computing the average fare per passenger. Car- Interoit Srvice
been revised to include the 'Equipment rents accounts; rier engaged 'exclusively in charter, sightseeing cr special service are classified
eUnder Federal Income taxes the normal tax and the surtax hare been con- as local, regrdless of the average revenue per passenger. Of the 225 carriers of Common carriers of general freight:



with driver and vehloles rented without drivers. ummar of seleted data from the snnual rports of carrrs bh Individual $1,000,000 carriers ...... 1.. 3 -
For the most part these changes and modification have been made to erty and passengers given in Table 7. The revenues of tho e 1 carrlier. n th Common carriers of commodities other
ie on Jawit reiionr of Accouns which bcame *e group were derived preponderantly from intermty operations. than general freight:
ive Janu 1 1 A ...................................... 17 1 -
The o rr' report ba been examined In the B u of A t C The amounts shown n 'Provision for inomeo taxes' In Tables 1. 2, 5, 7 and ..................................... 2 2 -
The atarrieroe r epo rt have b examined in t e Burau of eounts, Cst other similar tables ar understated and Net ncome shown In various tables is Total ................................. -
S on and he ted rport the basi o the present oer.tatd n that such taxe ar repor by orporation only Inco t o Carriers reporting ton-miles. .......... 501 -
sole proprietorships and partnerships are based on factors, such am the amount of Individual o1,000,000 carriers ...... 192 171 -
The revenues and other data reported by the carriers relate to their entire personal exemptions and the receipt of other inoome, that are not pertinent to motor
perat onsr, Inluding trastate operations, if any. In some cases, the rvenue carrier operations. Total common carriers .............. 1,626 1,522 -
from the latter opnratlons oonslderably exoeed those derlved fron tcranportatlon In
Ineretate ommerPeo n o ton n addition to the summary tables, abstracts are given of selected Items of Contract carrier.:
Information for 871 Individual carriers having operating revenues over $1,000,000. A. .................................... 115
According to Bureau t arr of property n the Cl I rou n There were 774 uoh arrier of property, 86 carrier of p enger, and 11 carrier B. ................................
corn o eau et te carrier o property in the Clm I group in of both property and paseengere in this Brouping. Total .............................
19Z received abot 77 percent of the total revenues of intercty and local carriers of boh proery an pai groin otal ............. 1 52 -
Ot property of Cleasses I II. and Ills and Class I oarriers of passengers accounted In order that all tables (excepting tables pertaining to employees) relat- Individual 1,000000 oarrier ........ 43 37
or abot 87 p erent of the revenue of all three classes of motor carrier. of pa- lng to a group of oarrier' would cover the same number of carlrers, It has been neo-
nerts. The re snues of oar zers oa both propertya and pasenger waeen ncluded in essary to omit 69 carriers of property with total operating revenues of 045,665,072. Intercity oarriers:
deriving se percentages. Data for thes, carrier. given in Tables 57 and 58 should Of the 69 carriers omitted, 42 were interoity carriers with total operating revenues Total .............................. 1,868 1,77 160 166 -
Soaandee obtng oplete data on various ujets or either or both prop- of 33,665,0o35; 25 were local carrier. with total operating revenues of 612,000,037; Carriers reporting ton-milee;
erty eand paosenger crriere.e and 2 carriere did not report operating revenues. Thees carriers were classified as paIeeng1er-mile .. 14 1,6386 160 166 -
As ma be seen from the table of contents and the table at the end of this followe Indiviual $1,000,000 oarrier ........ 71 6 6 ?
nteroductory statement, the Clane I carriers have been segregated for the purpose Loa l eer
of he present compilatiotn into three group; Carrier. of property, carriers of pas- oNumber of Toal operatIog o
senger, and arer of both property and ptengers The first two groups have Class of service of Total oprating
ben subdivided to show rltuns separgately for carriers engaged in intercity service ca ie r ns Local carriaer i
eeQend rrn se t oounoi..eo-t0l r of tr e e I* a lta --- .i o o TotTal ............................. .... 389 35 6 -
General freight ....g............. 8 ,759,994 Individual 1,000,0,000 carrier ........ 5 7 20 15
Local, or local and suburban eiroo nmeane traneportatlon performed within Ollfield haulers ................ 3 26,081,089
a city or town Incluing the suburban area contiguous thereto. Intercity service lilm and associated commoditles 1.347,795 AI servic
me tans trsportation performed beyond the limits defianed for local, or local and sub- Wearing appare.............. 9 ?62,732
urban e e. Other ........................... 15 9a713,62 lumber of carr lr:
Total 16 8.. 1..... ... .. .... 2,251. 225 BJO a
The arri*er of property engaged In interoity eervice have been segregated Total ........................ 69 45,665,072 Individual 000000 ........ 774 708
intoe e neal fre ht, Common carriers of commodities other than I Gn Total ..
Inoludad In the 15 orrl.er of other commoditie. were Carrler. performing armored
The common carriers of general freight have been further segregated Into truck servloe, retail stores deliverlies, dup truoking, etc. The 69 oarrler omitted Number of carrlere ............... 2,56....... 26 J 2,
(1) carrie. operating owned equipment oexcluivly o prinipaly and ) the either were not required to or did not report the weight of commodtltes tranported, ndividual 1,000,000 carrie ........... 871 02
arie* at operated with owned an leased equipment or purohaaed transportation or the reports were Incomplete or otherwise not usable In some respeot.
which reported Equipment re6ts and Other purchased transportation expenses In nter- a property engaged In intercity ervice whch reported ton- A. Carrier. operating with owned eqleaed upent or purchae tr pt
city service aounting to 5 percent or more of their total -Operation and maintenance The carrie d inre enat eoreiy inTablewhioh Aeppea to D. Carrier. operating with owned euilent pequipalely or.pureh tran porti.
ieness". e this segregation included those carriers which reported mile of freght orrled are umarled in Table 29 Thi table appear In t / Inolude. 69 rriTr of property in 1952 and 60 cari r of propefrt In 195f,
*Equipmnt Prent Debits amounting to is percent or more, or 'Purohased transporta- parts: A--omon carriers, divided to show the carriers of general freight, the car- whose reports were omitted from suean tabulations,




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR OARRBI S



GEOGRAPHICAL GROUPINGS FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS






NORTH DAKOTA
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NORTHWESTE ON

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KY VI- Y

UTAH-N NEBRASKA %A
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\ c-%.o-- MID-WESTERN G NTRAL

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ARIZONA









th basle of Nea arters offEe.
MAPEO I.-CAROLA A --N

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F bSOUTH ESTEjRU -
- REGION
-ORIDA















Carriers are assigned to the region in which their operations are principally conducted; carriers with operations in numerous territories. such as household goods carriers, are assigned on
the basis of headquarters office.
Not nEand Reton: Middle Atlantic Retion Central Rerion. Southern Region Northwestern Retons: Mid-Western Berton Southwesternn Reionot oc outain l e etions ftP o nis
Connecticut Delaware Illinois Alabama Michigan Iowa Arkansas Colorado Arisona
Vaine District of Columbia Indiana Florida (Upper Peninsula) Kansas Louisiana Idaho California
Massachusette Maryland Michigan Georgia Minnesota Missouri Oklaho a Montana NOron
Now Hampshire New Jersey (Lover Peninsula) Kentucky North Dakota Nebraska Texns New Mexico Oregon
Rhode Island New York Ohio Mississippi South Dakota Utah Washington
Vermont Pennsylvania North Carolina Wisconsin oming
West Virginia South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia




4 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 1.--SUMnARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA- CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE C /
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
Item distriots district region district New Middle North- Mid- South- Rooky ac
_Enrland Atlantic Central vestern Western western Mountain Paoilio
Number of carriers represented .................... 1,868 1,092 218 558 163 440 489 84 120 130 54 170
ASSETS
Current assets Total .............................. 467,300,284 $261,377,659 $54,021.057 $151.901,568 $24,398,927 $84,847,651 1152,131,081 $15,260,697 $32,724,623 $38,550.066 $18,873,553 $46,492,629
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property .................... 1,026,429,439 540,871,011 135,762,277 349,796,151 67,157,951 202,479,946 271,233,114 44,582,549 59,811,653 74,455,686 37,026,801 133,919,462
Reaerve for depreciation and amortization ...... 475443,722 252,986434 57618832 164,838,456 34,653.509 98,741924 119,591,001 22,282,460 28,935,788 33,278,034 15,983,456 64,358,718
Net carrier operating property ............ 550,985,717 287,884,577 78,143,445 184,957,695 32,504,442 103,738,022 151,642,113 22,300,089 30,875,865 41,177,652 21,043,345 69,560,744
Carrier operating property leased to others .... 1,146421 51,319 597,715 497,387 42897 8 422 146,585 298,215 52587
Reserve for depreoiation and amortization ...... 330,816 8,049 80,979 241,788 3,562 4 487 44077 148 309 49402
Nonoarrier property ............................ 19,387,106 8,095,019 2,248,390 9,043,697 2,521,532 2,542,004 3,031,483 630,879 2,629:386 1,297,868 1,398,839 3,086725
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ..... 5,839,485 2,585,837 922,926 2,330,722 1,070,550 927,929 587,358 208,886 393,093 475.451 287,126 966166
Total tangible property less reserve ........ 565,348.943 293,437,029 79,985,645 191,926,269 33,955,424 105,391,432 154,090,173 22,722,082 33,214.666 42,149,975 22,155,058 71,684,488
Intangible property less reserve for amortilation 19,318,390 7,820,932 2,427,439 9,070,019 1,191,844 3,095,064 3.534,024 1,041,217 1,683,554 2,575,549 1,112,520 2,657,179
Investeent seourities and advanoes Total ........ 54,004,303 25,103,647 3,813,288 25,087,368 1,479,527 9,326,061 14,298.059 1,658,250 9,133,127 2,665,258 2,567,335 9,063,398
Special funds, deterred debits, and misoellaneous
debit items Total ............................ 11,265,541 5,548,075 995,437 4,722.029 308,847 1,559,595 3.679,633 280,479 658,514 1,017,032 579,508 2,186,496
Total asset ................................ 1,117,237,461 593.287.342 141,242,866 382,707,253 61.334.569 204.219,803 327.732,970 40,962,725 77,414,484 86,957,880 45,287,974 132,084,190
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ....................... 343,482,839 194,190.151 39,672,469 109,620,219 20,236 517 64,435,229 109,518,405 12,858,464 24,400,046 26,167,031 13,011,991 33,182 687
dvanoes payable Total .......................... .26,897,503 16.003,332 2.583,228 8.310.943 2,269,225 5,198,255 8.535,852 1,209,824 1,333,660 2,937,841 1,023.331 1,806,287
Equipment and other long-ter obligatons Total 228,457,428 112,168,961 38,720,102 77,568,365 12,957690 4543 556 53.777,715 9,452,483 12 837,428 13,287,068 5.940,268 36,051,118
Deferred credits and reserves Total ............. 23601,47 12,14,.064 3,051,575 8.06,834 794.191 2,855.688 8.493,245 1,127,563 1.774,033 1,607,792 1,11632 2,782,814
Capital stock and nonororate capital Total .. 178,98,734 91,626,291 18,643,616 68,128,827 11,255,224 36,073,679 44.297,388 7,121,367 11,772,265 15,764,985 7,686,:01 25,783,809
Unapproprlated surplus:
Onearned surplus .............................. 11,386,773 6,290,366 1,106,595 3,989,812 592,669 3,120,225 2.577,472 220,023 300,920 1,077,960 122,041 2,268,868
Earned surplus ................................ 0501211 160,865177 37.465,281 106,682,253 13,229,113 ?7,103,171 100,532,893 8,973,001 24,996,132 26,115,203 16,389,310 30,208,607
Total unappropriated surplus ............... 316,399,484 167,155,543 38.571.876 110,672.065 13.821,782 50,223,396 103,110,365 9.193,024 25,297,052 27,193,163 16,511,351 32,477,475
Total liabillties ........................ 1,117,237,461 593.287,342 141,242,866 382,707,253 61,334.569 204,219,803 327,732,970 40,962,725 77,414,484 86.957,880 45,287,974 132,084,190
INCOME STATEMENT
Darrier Ooerating Inaome
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue-Interoit-Common arrier ... 2,803,310.084 1,588,221,618 353,478,871 861,609,595 137 721,947 485,622,410 964,877,261 110.384 909 187,212 830 198,094.353 105,547.548 260,369,955
Freight revenue-Interoity--Contraot carrier ... 180,552,674 126057605 11,961,796 42,533 273 6068.758 39.832,370 80,156,477 8354,:242 1602877 8,347,922 462,606 11765,626
Interty renue-portatonfor other .............Class I oto 609537 1898195 98056 30586 2,213,033 7545619 8,839,543 1,147,209 1, 617672 3,812,979 1,251,884 6,200,842
carrlers ..................................... 23,828 703 14,486,423 1 ,358,342 7,983,938 435,319 5.197,372 8,853,732 68,815 1,864,563 2,954.546 1,087,218 2,008,796
Other operatlng revenue ........................ 17,768,022 10,252,550 1,006.341 6,509,131 363,291 2,156,080 7,733,179 144,541 805,058 2,423,747 922,859 2,212,926
Total operatng revenues .................... 3.059.069.020 1,757,616.391 368.786,106 932,666,523 146,802,348 540,353,851 1,070,460,192 120,099,716 205,103,000 215,633,547 109,272,115 282,558,145
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance .......................... 342866,141 167.758,208 43,732,059 131,375,874 18,457,859 61,921,071 87,379278 15,011.294 24,186,635 31.396,048 14,805,181 45976716
Transportation ................................. 1,502 767,883 923, 17 81 o 2 O1 294 2484 7 .89101 26.212
Trintat n .........................67, 788 167,076,227 412,273,838 63,834,210 269,921,241 589,662,367 53,133.231 101,375,521 91,417819 9890,354 116,456,913
Tn ..... ................ ........... 236925679 1695 680,301 3040,4 88 120688,429 17 292,803 55.267,768 1293080,033 281192 261570,695 27.036.102 12,2751,73 34,724 766
Traffic ...... nu .......... ........... 79,672 09 45858.752 10.631630 23.18,13713 4,150,790 13,587,802 28,120,160 439 3 018 5,38,265 2,299619 6,665, 16
Income fro no ..arr.er operaton-Nt ........... 1796 144 9
Insurance and safety .......................... 159,821,329 93,881,085 20,918,752 45,021,492 8,475:850 30,200,05 55,204,830 5, 834,555 10,173,775 12,179,070 4,118,257 12,715,835


Depreoiation expnge ............................. 122,922,246 63,602,499 17,925,457 41,394,290 7,2902 23,543,969 3228628 4,767.048 7,20,86 10,270,881 4,216,249 14.619,249
Depreolation adjustment .....................6......d00 d d 678.167 d 1i871.749 d 421.;29 d 690.6 80 d 4 68 d 282.59 6 8
mortization chargeable to operations ............ .2 2 1 ,7175 521 13.3 8, 99,43116 12,100d
Operatn xe and lee ..................... .147,499.323 72,112,012 19,337,118 56,050,193 7,818,184 25,785.:482 38,508,346 6,703,941 9,185,487 12,142873 6692113 21,32579
Total e .............................. 2,92,992,567 1,682,230,01 350,09,454 891,32,812 0, ,213 519,979,465 1,021936,62 16076,24 197759,290 20,590,5 102,201,78 27072,875
RNo operatng revene ....................... 15076,453 75,3860090 18,376,652 41,313.711 6,488,135 20,374,386 48,523,569 4,023,392 7, 3,10 1.042.,02 7.070.637 11.533,270
Lease of dltinot operating unit --Deblt ........... .088416 393,325 37331 657,760 1,667 115733 275,925 55.605 80.948 316,043 49,922 155 242
Lease o ditit operatng unit--Credit ........ 290,612 48,308 1,132 241,172 6,291 23,568 18,49 17,747 22,361 72,16 2,837 126,063
Net ucarrier operating income ................ 134,.278.649 75.041,073 18,340,453 40,897,123 6,492,759 20,282.221 48,266,093 3,985,534 7,285,123 10.798,82.3 7,023,552 11.804,091
Other Ordinarys Income
Income from nonoarrier operatlons-Net ........... 71,346 1,153,471 d 60 2 678,627 196,225 77215 1 29 365268 15922
Int t In m .....4............................ 80,567 05 520,892 18,020 173,702 288,845 1506 53 1362
r nno i .................. 031 81 8 '5 291,869 2,179 6,530 112,322 5,786 68,999 104,618 6,825 105,641
er nope ing inoe......................... 467,820 213,191 14 402 240,227 7 482 94,856 110,853 120,181 8,375 17.085 2,660 91,926
Total other ordinary inoome ................. 3.819,425 1,968,260 119,550 1,731,615 223.906 1,04.7,240 697,114 237, 824 477,970 100,966 425.110 489,745
Oross ordi ru income ....................... 138,098,074 77,009,333 18,460,003 42,628,738 6,716,665 21,329,461 48,963,207 4,223,358 7,763,093 10,899,789 7,48,662 12,2937,836




STATISTIOB OF CLASS I MOT R CARRIERS F PROPERTY FOR THE YEA ENDED EEBER 31, 195

TABr 1.--Us ARYu OF ELECTED PINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA--CARRIRS O PROPERTY NGAGED IN INTERTY SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952









Amortlisatlon of debt dira count and epenas ...... 81,798 56,232 6,453 19,113 1,388 34,825 20,019 2,141 2382 8,793 1
Item dAmortiratioit Eastern oouthern Western Ndebt-Credit 1,020 .



Other dedtion ................................. 6,105785 3,652,908 855,852 1597.025 334,471 774,226 2 4,211 07701 3,372 2 816
Total deductions from ordinary income ....... 19,570,823 10,244.191 2,928,849 6,397,783 1,144,405 3,354,688 5,745,098 856,923 1,201,8 1,261,930 5052,
Net ordinary income ........................ 118,527,251 66,765,142 15,531,154 36,230.955 5.572.260 17,974,773 43,218,109 3,366,435 6.561,206 9,637,59 6,9S
Extrao rdinar Inoome
Extrrdnar ncoe redit............... .......................... $1384,265,95 1,550,231 47,166 2,278,559 344,615 470,809 734,807 868937 07
Amtrortization o debt d ount and e........ene ............. 1,36,78 514.1235 10,717 709,896 225,363 99,088 189,7 37,660 235,2 8Is
Amort on of rerditum on de re...... t .............. 637716 988 69 8 5,5798820 18109 766 5 1653208 2,
Delayd Inooe chrgon s................................. 1308,577 917,763 8120,031 270,783 113,336 49,490 6.54,97 2,082 134,79 28, 96
Total extraordinary incaome ................. 8,230,357 1,106,927 245,666 6.877,764 46,336 403,540 657,4051 1,693,543 2,442,381 5561. 08 2 4E89 .5
Net income before nooe taxes .................. 126,757,608 67,872,069 15,776,820 3,108,719 5,618,596 18,378,313 43,875,160 53059 6,97 9,003,587 10,198,907 7,849,40
Inoome taxes 2/ ...................... ............... 59,726,214 34,461,119 7,488,129 17,776,966 2,456,488 9,051,942 22,952,689 1,525,596 3,033,550 4,38,232 83561,91 2
Nt inaom ........... t ......................... .67,031,39 33,410,950 8,288691 25,331,753 3,162,108 9,326.371 20,922.471 3.534,382 5950,037 5,830,675 3,678,479 ,33,
Operating ratio 2/ ..e..... .............. (percent) 95.5 18 95.71 95.02 95.857 95 58 96.23 195.47 96.65 96842 940188 93.53
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Divldend e ......................* .. .7............. 1. 4,714,329 g8,74,702 81,816,077 4,154,550 549,255 1.365,268 66,829179 56,115 147,030 21,288,650 8700,9429 1, 2 48
Withdrayalsd ......... ..................... ... 8,134,493 3,615,670 1,124,372 3,394,451 321,010 1,725,586 1,569,074 316,728 539,726 1,316,794 83,374
Total dividends and ithdrawal ............... 22,848,822 12,359,372 2,940,449 7.549,001 870,265 3,090,854 8,398,253 772,843 2686,756 2,605,42 9083,4283 00,3 5?
EQUIPMENT
NTrueks ht e- bfober oe units ................ 32,119 13,510 4,315 14,294 2,644 5,719 5,147 1,441 2,214 ,669 1,420 550

ITrnuo taxo ber o ................................. 59,726,2143 42,61 1 9 ,914 21,508 4,9 15,682 21.706 3,606 4,849 6,232 1,61 5,206
Cot.. ................... 309,325,092 163,939,670 644,084,958 6101,300,444 624,214,860 670,434,638 669,290,172 614,311,759 617,086,322 683306,166 610,003,196 36,,
Seitra ilernoe ..................... 6.. 1394 3,o95 8, 691 733 3,162,108 9.326.1 20922,71 3,0 5950078, 1 3 2,69 18,50





Coset... .370..... ...... ....30, 3 7 209,13 54.379,739 6106,9i0 622,941 6 74,60,546 111,515086 616,78414 624,8I:1,6 22,920,03 610,30,06o 3,o;075
operull trailers mber / ............. ........ . (percent) 9. .5.1 458 96421 95.4267 96.65 965 6.9 5,8
Dividend ..........o............................... $171,329 $8,74,03 2 19815 16077 973 004 67605255 $1358.3268 $6.829,179 79,5 1, 1 ,9 41,562,4





Other qulpment- Cost .............................. 8,022,263 2,326;863 160,313 25,535;087 3654018 0 712,946 91,246,509 6725,.442 5749.139 1909,162 298,3 S 93,82,9
Total cost oi all equip aant ................. 8792,883,552 (411,286,408 2107,609,781 .273,987.363 853,957,217 3160,921,474 8196,407,717 634,130,338 646,220,300 56,336,984 *26,947,491 2 1 00,352,8
EMPLMESB

oTott copen lton :: .........................:::::::::::::2 1198,085,862 66793, 6083,8 996 1358 $383,257 70,5383 22 222,3 7,2 386,332 5780 .5$ 86, 75658 $39,5 1 9,
STATISTICS
Average number of truoks and tractors in Interoity
revenue servioe:
In p traollnr Nb .................. ........ 60,532 33,840 7. 18,927 557 1 6 15,05 2,7
Undergoing repairs........................ ......... $16,oo3,267 .03.98615 $11 967 4 $6 605 58,398 1826 2493 1,47 94
Other equipmet- and-by t ................ .......... $8.3,022635 2326,8016 52$160313 15535,08 $365 8 9696 8509 25 $ 791 0956 2981






Total power units--Owned .................. 67.43452 37.725 8,722 20,987 5,654 15,1867 $ 16.885 3.019 4,085 6,423 1,601 5,859
Rented power unit. without drivers--In operation 19,321 13,320 1,277 4,724 200 2,074 11,046 700 1,699 1,227 40
Rented poer, units with drivers-In operation. .25,334 158369 3,145 3,820 371 4,643 8 13,355 1276. 1,446 1.007 56
rovenue ser ............................... 112,089 69,414 13,144 29,531 6,225 21,903 41,286 3.995 7,230 8,657 2,571 7,08

Vehilolaemile operated in intercity revenue
revenue (loadservice pt);
OIn operation cle.. ..................... 3,291,101.207 1,552.826,460 503,079.177 1,235,195570 185,289536 576,335,263 1 661 1, 508 2,7269 ,29 ,
dehiols rnted lthout drr..... s.............. 126858870 7602021 021442 96, 42 743 6 189 0 44 2
Stand-by ...............r.................... ,635 29016 52 1,096 25 837 93664,084 16 03 270 250 91 5




DrTveala. .................. 1584431 150,101,789 1958,0 6,64,82 840,305 8,058,754 141,202,730 322,293 3 775 3,325,500 ,59
r riot i veo e......... 6,137,227,872 3,392,454,122 836,169,776 1908,603,974 212,756,498 937,546,067 2,242,151,557 225903184 46827,576 4847,161 2240 66

ilesn--Rail and water servies ................... .. 16,284,329 6,541,404 2,804 9.740,121 5,374,315 276,715 890;374 3,272,633 2,227,976 3,954.600 13,816 15096
ons o revenue reight arried in i ntercit y




ervioTe sV. .erve ..................... 243418,007 142812060 24,608,512 75,997,435 13206,308 49,204,421 331 12024,895 1374230 5,75,9 6 7,78

Freight revenue from interoity service ............ (2,983,862,758 61,714,279,223 $365,440,667 6904,142,868 6143.790,705 6525,454,780 61,045,033,738 6118,739,151 i 200,815,707 206,442,27 1B 106,010,14 6272,235,581
Vehrle-mdit or otherat revd Irsn iterm.ty revenue






Ths tableol ..r. reportng carriers o prop.rty engaged In nteroity servicelo, exopt carriers engaged in transportation of both property and passengers. at. for the latter arriers,
the e revenues of which are prponderantly from intercity operations, are shown in tables 57 and 58.
eDohs not Inolude inoome ta es applloable to sol2 proprietorships and partnerahips. See introductory 7tatenmnt.
Total expenses (inluding dpr aton, ortation,and operatngxe) divided by total perating revenues.
This ite doea nbt include drivers of equlpment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased transportation" servce.
Ino nudea dfplication on a noou nt of tonnage received from connecting laas I motor carriers.
includes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers... .




6 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 2.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE I/
BY DISTRIOT AND REGION. 1952


REGIONS
All Eaotern Southern Western REGIONS
Item districts district region district Ne Iddle Central North- Mid- South- RooEk
S_____ England Atlantic entral western estern western Mountain Pacifle

Number of oarriers represented ...................... 1,040 649 120 271 123 245 281 54 68 55 25 69
ASSETS
Current assets Total ............................ $319.384,050 $173.467,040 $40,303,854 $105,613,156 $19,688,638 $60,949,248 $92,829,154 $11,901,995 $23,322,223 $25,160,859 $14,704,077 $30,524,002
Tanglble property;
Carrier operatng property ........................ 717,392,279 371,494,107 104,868,868 241,029,304 52,184,682 134,445,179 184,864,246 35,571,273 46,256,041 47,890,198 27.753,685 83,558,107
Reserve for depreciation and amortation ....... 320,718,751 166,544,131 43,469,159 110,705,461 26,057,123 62,023,727 78,463,281 18,141,369 22,232,037 20,368,240 11,472,076 38,491,739
Net carrier operating property ............... 396,673,528 204,949,976 61,399,709 130,323,843 26,127,559 72,421,452 106,400,965 17,429,904 24,024,004 27,521,958 16,281,609 45,066,368
Carrier operating property leased to others ..... 8,422 8,422 8,422 -
Reserve for depreciation and amortizatlon ....... 4,487 4,487 4,487 -
Nonoarrier property ............................. 10,964,301 3,774,973 1,740,033 5,449,295 1,197,783 971,749 1,605,441 486 218 2,383,214 209,228 1,204,405 1,166,230
Reserve for depreciation and amortlzatlon ...... 2,724,208 899,018 782,708 1,042,482 492,428 206,562 200,028 200,767 347,773 18,881 210,277 264,784
Total tangible property less reserve ......... 404,917,556 207,829,866 62,357,034 134,730,656 26,832,914 73,186,639 107,810,313 17,715,355 26,059,445 27,712,305 17,275,737 45,967,814
Intangible property less reserve for amortization .. 13,257,480 5,709,356 1,654,084 5,894,040 893,926 2,233,568 2,581,862 853,934 1,334,724 1,860,429 364,597 1,480,356
Investment securitles and advances Total ......... 38,663,619 16,183,154 3,045.214 19,435,251 1,169,586 6,549,951 8,463,617 841,762 7,901,156 2,429,972 1,747,676 6,514,685
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous
debit iteas Total ............................. 7,876,901 3,493,512 840,094 3.543,295 284,083 1,150,721 2,058,708 225,585 446,763 772,364 451,663 1,646,920
Total assets ............................... 784,099,606 406,682,928 108,200,280 269,216,398 48,869,147 144,070,127 213,743,654 31,538.631 59,064,311 57,935,929 34,543.750 86,133,777
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ........................ 239,072,134 133,075,285 29,660,816 76,336,033 16,750,076 45,374,608 70,950,601 9,779,607 17,975,905 16,603,839 9,711,673 22,265,009
Advances payable Total .......................... 21,257,875 13,347,566 1,895,270 6,015,039 1,906,505 4,138,394 7,302,667 1,135,600 1,127,899 2,609,100 418,306 724,134
Equipment and other long-term obligations-Total ... 173,683,521 86,978,794 32,795,177 53,909,550 10,856,563 35,567,996 40554,235 7,207,802 10,280.252 9,238,190 4,235,420 22,947,886
Deferred credits and reserves Total .............. 17,017,291 7,969850 2,737,971 6,309,470 693,019 2,336,642 4940189 94946 1,237,541 1,291,958 758,946 2,073079
Capital stock and nonoerporate capital Total .... 111,691,127 57,584,447 12,390,047 41,716,633 8,401,183 22,698,758 26,464506 4,987,619 8,20,635 8,194,878 4,767,887 15525,614
Unapprpriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ................................ 9,151,586 4,809,796 984,240 3,357,550 474,941 2,307,549 2,027,306 166,279 260,788 840,171 44,479 2,045,833
Earned surplus .................................. 212,226,072 102,917,190 27,736,759 81,572,123 9,786,860 31,646,180 61,484,150 7,313,778 19,941,291 19,157,793 14,607,039 20,552,222
Total unappropriated surplus ................ 221,377,658 107,726,986 28,720,999 84,929,673 10,261,801 33,953,729 63.511,456 7,480,057 20,202,079 19,997,964 14,651.518 22,598,055
Total llabilities ......................... 784,099,606 406,682,928 108,200,280 269,216,398 48,869,147 144,070,127 213,743,654 31,538,631 59,064,311 57,935,929 34,543,750 86,133,777
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Operating Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue-Intercity--Comon carrier ...... 2,085,054,200 1,164,816,915 276,379,956 643,857,329 118,850,414 382,013,059 663,953,442 94,614,897 151,326,773 132,819,861 78,229,588 186,866,210
Freight revenue--Intercity-Contract carrier .... 3.033,581 2,256,896 254,782 521,903 254,442 1,015,035 987,419 149,473 169841 202589
Freight revenue--Local cartage .................. 14,160,194 7,297,020 199,570 6,663,604 1,559,876 3.573,855 2,163,289 308,917 1,168,833 1,273,914 744,809 3,167,131
Interoity transportation for other Class I
motor.carriers ............................... 4,486,565 2,165,580 295,378 2,025,607 357,275 792,223 1,016,082 16,997 172,630 1,324,059 33,743 478,178
Other operating revenue ......................... 4,303,465 2,265,232 381,953 1,656,280 186,030 983,799 1,095,403 109,383 157.058 149,264 212,815 1,027,760
Total operating revenues .................... 2,111,038,005 1,178,801,643 277,511,639 654,724,723 121,208,037 388,377,971 669,215,635 95,199,667 152,995,135 135,567,098 79,220,955 191,741,868
Operation and maintenanoe expenses:
Equipment maintenance ........................... 233,858,484 113,599,510 33629,182 86,629,792 14,152,496 40 302,670 59,144,344 11,436341 17,745,940 18,769,909 10 540,086 28,137.516
Transportation ................................... 957,304799 574246,697 115 958.050 267,100,052 51,538907 186 73,952 336,233,838 38686899 71025,681 51508163 32399490 73,479819
Terminal ........................................ 318,052,587 163368,496 42,363,983 112,320,108 16,182,783 51,194,728 95,990,985 17,828.584 24,761,819 24 240495 13,276,119 32.213,091
Traffic ......................................... 64,673,456 36,230,744 9 090,303 19,352409 3,736,183 11,561,639 20,932,922 3,238,318 4848,236 4 116562 1892,123 5257170
Inurane and afty ............................ 112, ,885 64,198,978 16195131 32,256,776 7,139,646 22147,580 34,911,752 4874256 7958300 786196 3270546 8367478
Administratlon and general ...................... 148,56,753 85,778,368 19,016,487 43,770.898 11,160,812 29,750,492 44,867,064 7,538,521 10,347,464 9,020.517 4,342,665 12,521,731
Total operation and maintenanoe expenses ..... 1.835,105,964 1,037,422,793 236,253,136 561,430,035 103,910,827 341,431,061 592,080,905 83,602,919 136,687,440 113,441,842 65,721,029 159,976,805
Depreoation expense .............................. 81,968.063 41,534,305 13, 15,864 27,017,894 5,648,487 14,991,760 20,894,058 3,546,736 5,378,219 6,095,875 2,00,070 9,296,99
Depreciatlon adjustment ........................... 3.075.6 d 1.599.543 d 85.861 d 990.269 303669 42285 86889 d 20935 22 19 d 39 35
Amortization chargeable to operation ............ 30,741 8,907 4,371 17 463 _78,525 8,613 02 -
Operatng ta and li .................... 101,414,806 48,045334 14,758,103 38,611,369 6.332,423 17,289,05 24,423,857 5175,285 6,731192 7,635,814 5,088,250 13,980,828
Total expense .................................. 2,015,443,901 1,125,411,796 263,945,613 626,086,492 115,588,068 373,284,972 636,538,756 92,128,618 148,574,234 129,018,717 73,460,990 182,903,933
Net operating revenue ........................... 95.594,104 53.389,847 13,566,026 28,638,231 5,619,969 15,092,999 32,676,879 3,071,049 4,420,901 6,548,381 5,759,965 8,837,935
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debt............ 778,262 337,373 37,132 403.757 1,167 87,921 248,285 .55,605 72,676 167,794 49,922 57,760
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ........... 60,041 30,557 772 28,712 4,594 12,175 13,788 14,947 8,053 2,575 2,837 300
net carrier operating inooe ..................... 94,875,883 53,083,031 13,529,666 28,263,186 5,623,396 15,017,253 32,442,382 3,030,391 4.356,278 6,383,162 5.712.880 8,780,475
Other Ordinary Inooae
ncoe from noncarrier operations-iet ............. .48,107 405,508 d 462.770 515,369 92,473 283,528 2,507 37,426 131,153 10,010 263,682 73,098
nteret Income .................................. 648,576 304,031 33,281 311,264 10,380 12 743 16,908 16,575 75,302 119,674 24 411 75 302
Dividend income ................................... 351175 32,664 81,085 237,426 1,637 391 26636 15 63,272 103 043 1:500 69,596
Other nonoperating income .................... *....... 79,698 6.375 14,323 1,288 34;625 29,462 4,535 5,324 2,190 2,274
Total other ordinary income ...................... 1,537,556 807,578 1 348.404 1,078.382 105,778 452,287 249,513 58,551 275,051 232,727 291,783 220,270
Gross ordinary inoome ........................ 96,413,439 53,890,609 13,181,262 29,341,568 5,729,174 15,469,540 32,691,895 3,088,942 4,631,329 6,615,889 6,004,663 9,000,745




STATISTICS OF CLASS I NOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBR 31, 1952

TABLE 2.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIER OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERIY USERVE
SY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern eestern REO N____ N
Item dietriots district region dietriot w MiddleN Cena North- Md South- Rocky
England Atlantio ----- wes-,tn western wagern. M i Pafi
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest .... ..................................... .. $9.704,267 $4,835263 $1,626,886 $3,242,118 $663,644 $1,846,894 $2,324,725 ~ 5 634,280 4646,?4 $33,12
Amortization of debt discount and expense .......... 51940 43,728 2,470 5,742 1,388 34,253 8,087 1,756 116 1,510 1,00
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .......... 1,020 1,00 -
Other deduotions ........................4,477,935 2,772,067 565,931 1,139,937 227,320 567,942 1,976,805 145,395 249,649 181,84 1175450,2
Total deductions from ordinary income ........... 14,233,122 7,651,058 2,195,287 4,386,777 892.352 2,449,089 4,309,617 659,356 884,045 830,148 3,97 1, ,
Net ordinary income ........................... 82,180,317 46,239,551 10,985,975 24,954,791 4.836,822 13,020,451 28,382,278 2,429,586 3,747,284 3,785,741 5.657,716 7.134,6
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary ncoome credit* ....................... 2,222,307 799,157 352,820 1,070,330 42,752 292,680 43,725 88,887 227,00? 232,40S 23. 76
Extraordinary income ohages ....................... 863,155 258,906 71,631 532,618 37,128 82,610 139,168 43,608 134,630 76,437 5 38
Delayed income oredits ............................. 6,170,614 632,533 45,016 5,493,065 35.855 175,85 42043 636,047 2,364,929 240,321 32899
Delayed Inoome oharges .............................. 1,057,664 761,044 58,363 238.257 113.317 146,346 501,381 22,272 126,285 27,934 a ,6J3.4
Total extraodinary income ....................... 6,472,102 411,740 267,842 5,792,520 d 71.838 239,559 244,019 1,668,054 2,331,021 368,555 295,967 1,128,92
Net nhoome before income taxes ................. 88,652,419 46,651,291 11,253,917 30,747,311 4,764,984 13,260,010 28,626,297 4,097,640 6,078,305 6,154,296 5,953,683 8,463,387
Income taxes 2/ .. .. 43,340,806 24,374,862 5,533,706 13,432,238 2,132,643 6,927,646 15,314,573 1,233,664 1,820,847 3,034,992 3,146,409 4,196,326
Net income ...................................... 45,311,613 22,276.429 5,720,111 17,315,073 2,632,341 6,332,364 13,311,724 2,863,976 4,257,458 3,119,304 2,807,274 4,267,061
Operating ratio / ....................... (percent) 95.47 95.47 95.11 95.63 95.36 96.11 95.12 96.77 97.11 95.17 92.73 9 539
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWAL8
Dlvtieds .......................................... $9,203,339 $5,871,235 $661,729 $2,670,375 $151,731 1,187,923 $4331,581 $7 8,713 $51,590 $396,200 $685,262 t$1,45,t
Wlthdrawals ........................................ 3,056,744 1,906:264 337,951 812,529 150,554 659,316 1,096,394 110,148 146,101 240,363 1. 97$6,66
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 12,260,083 7,777,499 999,680 3,482,904 302,285 1,847,239 5,627,975 188,861 197,691 636,563 703,513 1,756,276
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned:
Trucks Number of unita ............... 26,575 11,379 3,849 11,347 2,303 4,621 4,455 1,358 1,975 2,872 1,141 4,001
Cost .......................... $60,748,093 $24,924,060 $7,980,854 $27,843,179 5,328,529 11,071,413 8,524,118 $2,161,669 $2,848,967 $5,082,411 $2,720,919 1,029,
Truck tractors Number of units ............. 49702 27,707 7,338 14,657 3,788 9,719 14,200 2,772 3,49 3704 1,297 3389
-Cost .......................... 210,059,054 107,081,301 (32,983,735 $69,994,018 (18,329,578 43,682,413 $45,069310 $10,570,598 $12,929,608 14,188,929 $7,975,442 24,329441
Semitrailers Number of units .............. 83,481 48,684 12,141 22,656 5,951 16,173 26560 4,154 5,806 5,076 1,94 67
Coat .......................... $265,134,462 $144,4 3,224 $42,346,585 $78,304,653 $17,579,705 $49,299,075 $77,604, W4 13,159,673 $19,195,098 15,009,17 8,322,352 22,618,41
Full trailers Number of unit ........... 1688 446 1,242 31 13 402 120 1,
ost .......................... 5,447,370 953,618 4,493,752 $54,166 $38,536 860,916 341,850 $4,151,90
Other equipment Cost .......................... $3,653,588 $792,341 $97,002 $2,774,245 $141,937 $232,998 $417,406 $640,093 $500,632 $184,315 $87,061 61,362,144
Total cost of all equipaentowned ............. 545,042,567 $278,234,544 $83,398,176 $183,409,847 $41,433,915 $104,324,435 $132,476,194 $26,532,033 $35,474,305 $34,464,772 $19,447,624 $67,491,11
EMPLOYEES 4/
Average number ...............................215,169 116,500 29,889 68,780 14,008 40,627 61,865 10,727 15,396 16,029 7,565 19,063
Total oompensation ................................. $923,834,541 $513,330,038 $114,694,076 $295,810,427 $59,296,179 $170,339,352 $283,694,507 646,210,145 $65,320,921 $62,844507 $33,093,151 $8,341,703
STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and traotors in intercity
revenue service:
Owned power units:
In operation ................................. 37,318 20,571 5,446 11,301 3,975 7,867 8,729 1,970 2,436 3,103 957 2.83
Undergoing repaira ...... ................. 2.031 1,116 327 588 166 391 559 129 125 155 56 123
Stand-by ..................................... 1,685 927 320 43B 134 373 420 54 80 113 41 150
Total power unite--Owned .................. 41,034 22,614 6,093 12,327 4,273 8,631 9,708 2,153 2,641 3,371 1,054 3,10
Rented power units without drivers--In operation ... 12,071 8,561 802 2,708 161 1,504 6,896 364 1,01 522 230 301
Rented power unite with drivers--In operation ...... 10,254 7,029 1,577 1,648 248 2,734 4,047 214 84266 163 17
Total number of power units In interoity
revenue servloe .............................. 63,359 38,204 8,472 16,683 4,684 12,869 20,651 2,731 4,580 4,159 1,447 3,766
Vehlole-miles operated in Interoity revenue servloe
(with load and empty);
Owned vehicl ...... .......................... 2,113,811,337 960,249,450 365,244,432 788,317,455 146,560,933 343,316,350 470,372,167 106,731,145 18,231,732 19,727566 99,217,979 230 33
Vehcles rented without drivers ................. 813,521,882 495,357,551 86,704,996 231459,335 6 163,431 77,144,620 412,049,500 30.494.350 82,623387 41,021,559 25,7116 604,83
Vehiles rented with drivers .................... 645985 604 411,658,846 106,522,267 127,804,491 12,346,155 146,857,094 252,45,597 13,447,115 62807,102 13,418335 21,862,040 16,269,899
Driveaway ....................................... 113,800 25,440 88,360 8,000 17,440 -
Total mile. operated in intercity hlighway
servloe all vehloe ........ ..... 3.573,432,623 1,867,291,287 558,560,055 1,147,581,281 165,078,519 567,318,064 1,134,894,704 150,672,610 303,662,221 248,167,460 146,795,205 298,23,785
Miles--Rail and water esrvices ..................... 14,371,519 6,541,404 2,804 7,827,311 5,374,315 276,715 890,374 1,374,033 2,213,766 3,954,600 134,816 150,096
Tons of revenue freight carried in interoity
service 3/ ..........................* ..... 119,130,685 74,074,330 13,370,000 31,686,355 8,146,660 23,907,827 42,019,843 6,067,968 7,073,349 6,648,147 2,469,904 9,426,987
Freight revenue from intercity service ............. $2,088,087,781 $1,167,073,811 $276,634,738 $644,379,232 $119,104,856 $383,028.094 $664,940,861 $94,764,370 151,496,61 4132I) 819,861 78229,588 180,799

d Credit or other reverse item.
SThis table over. all comon carriers of general freight engaged In interoity servloe and inoludes both those carriers that operated with owned equipment principally and those carriers that operated wth wned nd
leased equipment or purchased transportatlon. Detailed data relating to these carriers appear in tables 3 to 14 and 13 to 26. Selected items of individual common carriers of general freight having annual perting
revenues over $1,000 000 appear In table 30.
SDoes not include income tqxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
Total expenses (inoluding depreciation, amortization, and operating taxes) divided by total operating revenuee.
This item does not include drivera of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased traneportation" servioe.
Includes duplication on account of tonnage received from connneting Class I motor carriers.


















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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952






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







TABLES 3 TO 14-A, INCLUSIVE











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








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

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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 3.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I N
Item districts district region district New Middle Rocky
England Atlantlo Central Northwestern Mid-Western Soutbwestern Pacific
carriers represented .................. 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12
ASSETS
sets Total .......................... $126,998,254 $70,318,327 $11,534,299 $45.145,628 $13,901,626 $29,615,247 626,801,454 $5,754,648 $6,824,652 $12,677,989 $3.511,341 $16?6,9
roperty:
operating property ................... 349,417,537 189,105,369 35,897,800 124,414,368 39,064,518 77,515,920 72,524,931 18,520,950 18,850,245 32,080,311 10,561,969 44,400,93
for depreciation and amortization .... 162,342,206 89,815,781 14,572,875 57,953,550 19,481,115 36,833,701 33,500,965 9,008,959 9,445308 13,894,755 4,868,006 20736522
carrier operating property ............ 187,075,331 99,289,588 21,324,925 66,460,818 19,583,403 40,682,219 39,023,966 9,511,991 9,404,937 18,185,556 5,693,963 23,~64,371
operating property leased to others .. 8,422 8,422 8,422 .
for depreciation and amortization .... 4,487 4,487 4,487 -
ier property .......................... 7,103,710 2,186,909 1,314,271 3,602,530 1,063,321 695,728 427,860 98,350 2,227,685 88,134 765,546 42
for depreciation and amortization .... 1,929,378 601,323 688,751 639,304 455,213 131,929 14,181 16,428 320,097 17,478 177,941 107,360
1 tangible property less reserve ...... 192,253.598 100,879,109 21,950,445 69,424,044 20,191,511 41,246,018 39,441,580 9,593,913 11,312,525 18,256,212 6,281,568 23,979,826
property:
tion, franchisee, permits and other .. 9,375,095 3,556,948 810,553 5,007,594 941,110 1,616,624 999,214 728,705 738,537 1,878,988 429,310 1,232,054
ve for amortization .................. 2,611,362 1,044,999 191,443 1,374,920 320,261 461,756 262,982 336,427 191,441 389,000 163,903 294,149
otal intangible property less reserve 6,763,733 2,511,949 619,110 3,632,674 620,849 1,154,868 736,232 392,278 547,096 1,489,988 265,407 937,905
securities and advances Total ...... 17,007,783 5,335,093 1,471,202 10,201,488 638,950 3,989,566 706,577 379,695 4,567,665 807,712 1,149,627 3,296,789
ebits Total .......................... 1,953,629 672,320 295,028 986,281 128,058 397,412 146,850 111,236 135,527 597,920 46,991 94,607
ds and miscellaneous debits Total .. 1,919,092 567,513 41,037 1,310,542 10,326 395,555 161,632 14,348 70,922 69,226 126,349 1,029,697
sets ......................................... 346,896,089 180,284,311 35,911,121 130,700,657 35,491,320 76,798,666 67,994,325 16,246,118 23,458,387 33,899,047 11,381,283 45,715,822
LIABILITIES
abilities Total ..................... 89,882,117 52,100,337 7,629,907 30,151,873 11,613,574 20,726,507 19,760,256 4,385,446 3,671,190 9,579,559 2,515,455 10,000,223
ayable Total ........................ 7,749,784 3,592,319 189,973 3,967,492 848,148 1,985,531 758,640 432,930 343,895 2,564,100 256,405 370,162
and other long-term obligations:
nt obligations ........................ 56,233,006 25,303,817 10,392,933 20,536,256 5,875,704 11,104,092 8,324,021 2,934,294 1,957,181 4,996,677 1,188,754 9,459,50
nd other long-term obligations ........ 21,098,401 14,211,925 2,191,727 4,694,749 1,582,512 9,970,573 2,658,840 1,361,892 540,069 1,808,721 155,610 828,457
1 equipment and other long-term
bligaton ............................ 77,331,407 39,515,742 12,584,660 25,231,005 7,458,216 21,074,665 10,982,861 4,296,186 2,497,250 6,805,398 1,344,364 10,287,807
redits Total ........................ 1,799,337 499,550 641,849 657,938 4,744 218,524 276,282 19,755 83,547 123,893 16,014 414,729
or insurance, injuries, loss and 3580
and other Total ................... 4,703,340 2,405,343 410,718 1,887,279 412,182 680,181 1,312,980 345,377 292,527 779,260 94,308 375,807
ock and nonoorporate capital:
stock Total ...................... 48,188,621 21,883,572 5,376,142 20,928,907 4,450,243 11,546,616 5,886,713 2,143,147 4,103,017 2,785,508 3,124,290 8,772,945
oprietorship capital .................. 4,954,695 2,923,351 161,257 1,870,087 661,809 1,625,346 636,196 241,907 784,869 274,22 127,002 939,5
ship capital .......................... 5,823,328 3,257,550 364,740 2,201,038 227,366 1,514,290 1,515,894 323,596 427,650 510,435 939,357
1 capital stock and noncorporate
aptal ............................... 58,966,644 28,064,473 5,902,139 25,000,032 5,339,418 14,686,252 8,038,803 2,708,650 5,315,536 3,570,365 3,251,292 10,154,189
ated surplus:
d surplus ............................. 4,185,943 2,226,608 68,393 1,890,942 98,235 1,299,061 829,312 31,175 4,645 750,936 18,087 1,086,099
surplus i.............................. 102,277,517 51,879,939 8,483,482 41,914,096 9,716,803 16,127,945 26,035,191 4,026:599 11,249,797 9,725,536 3,885358 13,026,806
1 unappropriated surplus .............. 106,463,460 54,106,547 8,551,875 43,805,038 9,815,038 17,427,006 26,864,503 4,057,774 11,254,442 10,476,472 3,903,445 14,112,905
otal liabilties ....................... 346,896,089 180,284,311 35,911,121 130,700,657 35,491,320 76,798,666 67,994,325 16,246,118 23,458,387 33,899,047 11,381,283 45,715,822




12 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 4.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION D D AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIES OF GENERAL REIGHT
ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
Item districts distriot region district New Middlerthwe n e
_____C________ __ Engand Atlantic entral Northwestern Mid-Western Sutwete

Number of carriers represented ......................... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 1
Land and land rights .................................... 8,913.817 $5,166.673 $911,200 $2,835,944 *683,316 $1,501,055 2,982,302 $410,483 $491,428 $976,049 1537
Structures ............................................... 32,572,999 19,198,035 3,645,215 9,729,749 3,791,823 6,710,053 8,696,159 2,280,931 1,746,465 2,785,62 811 410
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 4,987,817 3,181,060 375,337 1,431,420 710,731 830,457 1,639,872 353,615 287,125 434,036 95,86
Investment, lees reserve ........................... 27,585,182 16,016,975 3,269,878 8,298,329 3,081,092 5,879,596 7.056,287 1,927,316 1,459,340 2,351,585 715,524 ,
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 245,576,690 133,318,951 24,749,616 87,508,123 27,903,359 56,186,980 49.228,612 12,739,016 13,614,556 21,145,93 7,887,14
Additions and betterments ........................ 40,329,539 20,087,567 567990 14,562,082 4,589,33 8,33,567 6,964667 2,003,484 1,447,537 4,946,309 977,41
Retirements I/ .................................. 15,411,067 7,624,521 2,104,978 5,681,568 2,007,406 3432,092 2,185,023 740, 38 707,762 2,315,846 395,550 1
Balance at close of year ........................ 270,495,162 145,781,997 28,324,528 96,388,637 30,485,286 61,288,455 54,008,256 14,001,762 14,354,331 23,7?6,406 8,468,997 35,
Reserve for depreciation .................. ...... 141,391,122 77,984,445 13,014,508 50,392,169 16,935,629 31,886,007 29,162,809 7,856,153 8,192,538 11,776,912 4,280,535 18,
Investment, less reserve ...................... 129,104,040 67,797.552 15,310,020 45,996,468 13,549,657 29,402,448 24,845,447 6,145,609 6,161,793 11,999,494 4,188,462 17,5
Combination;
Balance at beginning of year...................... 25,552 25,552 -
Additions and betterments ......................... 11,185 11185 -
Retirements ..................................... .
Balance at close o year ......................... 36,737 36,737 - -
Reserve for depreciation ......................... 14,943 14,943 -- -
Investment, less reserve ..................... 21,794 21,794 .
Service oars and equipment ............................ 7,049,652 3,824,367 659,120 2,566,165 994,579 1,607,411 1,222,377 348,334 304,395 729,386 201,717 98
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 3,262,917 1,840,915 269,636 1,152,366 485,240 819,230 536,445 150,742 144,404 354241 96,536 4
Investment, less reserve ............................ 3,786,735 1,983,452 389,484 1,413,799 509,339 788,181 685,932 197,592 159,991 375,145 105,181 57
Shop and garage equipment .............................. ,492,755 2,195,319 242,446 2,054,990 486,775 892,313 816,231 253,161 332,818 502,850 198,283
Reserve for depreolation .............................. 2,619,760 1,371,097 131,985 1,116,678 329,291 613,646 428,160 145,742 214,792 210,828 123,494 4
Investment, less reserve ............................ 1,872,995 824,222 110,461 938,312 157,484 278,667 388,071 107,419 118,026 292,022 74,789 3
Furniture and office equipment ........................ 10,658,965 5,770,469 1,127,708 3,760,788 1,065,603 2,553,147 2,151,71 611,765 464,303 1,322,224 338,589 1,02
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 4,877,902 2,793,158 431,945 1,652,799 532,005 1,331,469 929,684 265,484 215,395 514,904 144,963 51
Investment, less reserve ........................... 5,781,063 2,977,311 695,763 2,107,989 533,598 1,221,678 1,222,035 346,281 248,908 807,320 193,626
Miscellaneous equipment ................................ 6,357,873 2,722,626 552,772 3,082.475 527,466 1,365,597 829,563 418,352 402,425 1,033,367 172,887 1,0
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 2,836,248 1,410,913 266,371 1,158,964 265,385 773,025 372,503 176,076 177,093 367,835 93,641 3
Investment, less reserve ............................ 3,521,625 1,311,713 286,401 1,923,511 262,081 592,572 457,060 242,276 225,332 665,532 79,246 71
Improvements to leasehold property .................... 6,527,617 3,090,612 310,985 3,126,020 520,843 1,385,077 1,184,692 167,736 720,864 759,954 84,191 1393
Reserve for depreciation ............................. 2,325,536 1,212,603 78,722 1,034,211 222,834 572,393 417,376 61,147 213,961 235,999 328951 4
Investment, less reserve ............................ 4,202,081 1,878,009 232,263 2,091,809 298,009 812,684 767,316 106,589 506,903 523,955 51,240 903
Undistrbute property ................................ 7,406 7,406 7,406 -
Reserve for depreciation ............................. -
Investment, less reserve ............................ 7,406 7,406 7,406 -
Unfinished construction .............................. 2,304,554 1,347,865 123,826 832,863 508,827 205,406 633,632 28,426 33,216 194,454 132,162 I 4
Total investment in carrier operating property ......... 349,417,537 189,105,369 35,897,800 124,414,368 39,064,518 77,515,920 72,524,931 18,520,950 18,850,245 32,080,311 10,561,969 W4,
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 162,316,245 89,794,191 14,568,504 57,953.550 19,481,115 36,826,227 33,86,849 9,008,959 9,445.308 13,89,755 4868,06 0,73
Reserve for amortization .............................. 25,961 21,590 4,371 7,474 14,116 -
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserves for depreoation and amortizaton .. 187,075,331 99,289,588 21,324,925 66,460,818 19,583,403 40,682,219 39,023,966 9,511,991 9,404,937 18,185,556 5,693,963 23,661

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, 1952

TABLE 5.--INCOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMET PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RECI ON B
It districts district region district New Mide Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwesteo
_England Atlanti ...

mber of carriers represented ................ 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12 3
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenues
Serating revenues ............................. 787,532,528 $429,982,943 $71,206,170 $286,343,415 $81,270,285 $173,278,130 $175,434,528 $44,697,958 $39,582,456 $85,905,062 $22,412,635
Expenses
eration and maintenance expenses ........... 663,405,347 364,150,279 57,565,972 241,689,096 68,577,245 149,273.637 146,299,397 38,345,124 34,247,906 73,992,763 18,8,28 7,
prociation expense ........... ... ... 39,124,196 20,655,501 4,492,477 13,976,218 4,195,686 8,437,485 8,092,330 1,731,147 1,970,761 4,242,521 995,675 5,
prelation adjustment ............. 1,296.96 d 625566 d 18,111 d 488,239 d__21 6 d -10 d 2484 d 622 d 518312 d 12061 d 24,879 d84 0
ortization chargeable to operations ......4,350 1165 :371 ,814 350 U1 63,925
rating taxes and licenes ................ 46,620,850 22,966,485 4,645,545 19,08,20 4,487,828 9,295,181 9,183,47 2849915 2359,339 5040815 1,719559
Total expenses ............................. 747,867,807 407,147,864 66,525,234 274,194,709 76,959,733 166,856,497 163,331,634 42,860,559 38,466,219 83,159,327 21,489,083 882195
Net operating revenue ...................... 39,664,721 22,835,079 4,680,936 R12,148,706 4,310,552 6,421,633 12,102,894 1,837,399 1,116,237 2,745,735 923,552 5,525,783
ase of distinct operating unit--Debit ..... 311,885 53.823 15,000 243,062 1,167 11,034 41,622 30,409 15,600 160,741 552 35,760
ase of distinct operating unit-Credit ...... 18,832 12,450 772 5,610 4,594 7,856 828 370 1,275 2,837 300
Net carrier operating income ............... 39,371,668 22,793,706 4,666,708 11,911,254 4,313,979 6,410,599 12,069,128 1,807,818 1,101,007 2,586,269 925,837 5'490,323
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
oome from noncarrier operations-Net ........ 247,946 315,838 d 474,3 406,467 108,185 194,417 13,236 8,091 76,694 25,831 220,838 75,013
terest income ............................... 219,072 132,722 2,644 83,706 8,200 93,152 31,370 9,309 22,854 10,366 7,660 33.517
vidend income ................................ 222,56 9,453 81,036 132,047 1,637 4,360 3,456 15 63,272 2037 1,488 65,23
her nonoperating income ..................... 13,468 11,182 2,286 1,285 882 9,015 96 2,190 -
Total other ordinary income ................ 703,022 469,195 d 390.679 624,506 119,307 292,811 57,077 17,415 162,916 38,234 232,176 173,765
Gross ordinary inoome ..................... 40,074,690 23,262,901 4,276,029 12,535,760 4,433,286 6,703,410 12,126,205 1,825,233 1,263,923 2,624.503 1,158,013 5,66,088
DEDUCTIONS FROM ORDINARY INCOME
terest ...................................... 4,303,085 2,188,463 630,446 1,484,176 455,361 1,083,821 649,281 253,-971 153,087 442,844 99,796 534,478
iortization of debt discount and expense ..... 29,835 25,951 1,964 1,920 209 24,305 1,437 1,756 164-
aortization of premium on debt--Credit 2
her deductions .............................. 1,209,587 543.731 197,174 468,682 192,079 158,080 193,572 71,652 81,356 131546 29,7 15.383
Total deductions from ordinary income ...... 5,542.507 2,758,145 829,584 1,954,778 647,649 1,266,206 844,290 327,379 234,443 574,554 129,541 688,861
Net ordinary income ........................ 34,532,183 20,504,756 3,446,445 10,580,982 3,785,637 5,437,204 11,281,915 1,497,854 1,029,480 2,049,949 1,028,472 4,975,227
EXTRAORDINARY INCOME
traordinary income oredite .................. 864,291 317,868 93,070 453,353 14,676 208,068 95,124 27,673 51,404 210,128 9,748 154,400
traordinary Income charges .................. 309,596 88,998 40,585 180,013 25,154 52,171 11,673 7,045 9,038 61,967 14,432 87,531
layed Inoome credits ....................... 2,519,352 129,852 2,660 2,386,840 8,858 36,508 84,486 670,683 720,095 191,43 804,619
layed inome charges ....................... 130,369 99,790 30,579 12,655 56.906 30,229 20,505 11,500 d 1.6_4 208
Total extraordinary income .................. 2,943,678 258,932 55,145 2,629,601 d 14.275 135,499 137,708 670,806 762,461 328,104 d 050 871,280
Net income before income taxes ........... 37.475,861 20,763,688 3,501,590 13,210,583 3,771,362 5,572,703 11,419,623 2,168,660 1,791,941 2,378,053 1,025,422 5,846,507
oome taxes ............................... 16,798,925 10,060,961 1,559,331 5,178,633 1,821,445 2,650,498 5,589,018 772,455 335,682 921,623 417,681 ,731,192
Net income ................................. 20,676,936 10,702,727 1,942,259 8,031,950 1,949,917 2,922,205 5,830,605 1,396,205 1.456,259 1,456,430 607,741 ,115,315
perating ratio L/ .................. (Percent) 94.96 94.69 93.43 95.76 94.70 96.29 93.10 95.89 97.18 96.80 95.88 94.11
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITRDRAWALS
vidends ..................................... $3.517,133 $1,904,063 $163,501 $1,449,569 0117,481 $555,543 $1,231,039 $58,673 $34,000 $84,200 $80,926 $1,191,70
ithdrawals ..................................... 1,907,289 1,078,774 227,198 601,317 126,916 346,768 605,090 32,144 89,891 240,332 11,851 227,099
Total dividends and withdrawals .............. 5,424,422 2,982,837 390,699 2.050,886 244,397 902,311 1,836,129 90,817 123,891 324,532 92,777 1,418,86

Deficit or other reverse item.
Does not inolude income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships, See introductory statement.
STotal xpenses (including depreciation, amortization, and operating taxes) divided by total operating revenues.




14 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTI FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 6.--OPERATING REVENUES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALL
.BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R E G 0 N S
Item districts district region district New -Mile R
Englaond Atlantic Central Northwestern Md-western Southwestern

NuNber of carriers represented ........................... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12
'reight revenue--Intercity--Common carrier ................ $772,681,704 $421,900,269 $70,934,878 $279,846,557 $79,443,068 $168,754,097 $173,703,104 $44,317,613 $38,657,578 $83,992,036 21,627,497 691,
ireight revenue-Intercity--Contract carrier .............. 1,674,516 1,526,722 147,794 254,442 571,904 700,376 90,871 -
Freight revenue--Local cartage ............................ 8,658,287 4,955,280 114,931 3,588,076 1,089,905 3,058,492 806,883 250,199 868,451 530,916 597,562 1,
Intercity Transportation for other Class I motor carriers 2,406,524 834,792 22,341 1,549,391 354,114 452,497 28,181 539 1,315,154 3,834
Other operating revenue .................................... 2,111,497 765,880 134,020 1,211,597 128,756 441,140 195,984 38,736 56,427 66,956 183,742 8
Total operating revenues ............................... 787,532,528 429,982,943 71,206,170 286,343,415 81,270,285 173,278,130 175.434,528 44,697,958 39,582,456 85,905,062 22,412,635 93,7









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, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R G
Item districts district region district New Middle Central NorthwesterrMid-wetern Southwetern Pai
_____ _Enland Atlantic Central Northwesterr Mid-western Southwestern o
Number of carriers represented ............................ 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ..................... 19,313,904 49,801,107 $2,243,479 $7,269,318 $1,935,032 84,113,971 $3,752,104 $1,031,385 $921,606 42,497,309 $599,331 $2,21
Vehicle license and registration fees .................. 15,094,941 6,298,815 1,229,456 7,566,670 851,670 2,347,522 3,099,623 1,260,680 874,659 1,400,432 767,420 3,26
Real estate and personal property taxes ............... 2,098,013 1,058,470 161,402 878,141 393,991 233,963 430,516 105,51 169,153 232,985 67,641 3
ocial seourity taxes .................................. 8,670,966 4,910,612 813,553 2,946,801 1,165,872 2,001,154 1,743,586 449,342 367,335 834,369 260,883 1,034
Other taxes ............................................ 1,443,026 897,481 197,655 347,890 141,263 598,571 157,647 2,967 26,586 75,720 24,284 218
Total operating taxes and licenses .................. 46,620,850 22,966,485 4,645,545 19,008,820 4,487,828 9,295,181 9,183,476 2,849,915 2,359,339 5,040,815 1,719.559 7,039
Provision for income taxes: j/
Federal income taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ............................... 14,992,166 8,756,644 1,380,842 4,854,680 1,509,018 2,387,596 4,860,030 632,828 310,124 880,667 443,496 2,587
Excess profits tax .................................. 1,357,976 1,067,320 104,140 186,516 241,857 130,589 694,874 82,808 13,476 22,602 d 33.60o3 01
Total Federal income taxes ...................... 16,350,142 9,823,964 1,484,982 5,041,196 1,750,875 2,518,185 5,554,904 715,636 323,600 903,269 409,893 2,686
State incme taxes ..................................... 448,296 236,510 74,349 137,437 70,570 131,827 34,113 56,819 12,082 18,354 7,788 42,1
Other income taxes ..................................... 487 487 486 1 -
Total proviion for ncome taxes ... ................. 16,798,925 10,060,961 1,559,331 5,178,633 1,821,445 2,650,498 5,589,018 772,455 335,682 921,623 417,681 2,731,
Total taxes ......................................... 63,419,775 33,027,446 6,204,876 24,187,453 6,309,273 11,945,679 14,772,494 3,622,370 2,695,021 5,962,438 2,137,240 9,770,

D oes not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.





TABLE 8.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF OENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERITY SERVICE OfPRATIN WITH OWNED E T
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

All Eastern Southern Western RE G N
Item diatrlot. dlstriot region distrlot NE Nr hweter Mid-Ve.ter- th

Number of carriers represented ............... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 249 12
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Supervision ................................... $355.265 $1.765,001 172278 $1,613,986 $347,278 $808,433 $609,290 $218,49 16,37 $433
Offioe and other expenses.. ............... ...... 301,562 183,844 15,539 102,179 15,320 19,76 28,778 6,802 11,741 34,06 4,10
Repairs andeervlolng-Rvenue equipment ............ 70,753.230 364.5,587 5,690 878 28,616,765 6,278,203 1.48.98 1,218,397 ,6 6 3
TIre aad tube--Revenue equipment ................. 25,858,91 13534,935 2,754,704 9568,752 2,638,631 5,507,915 5,388.389 1,169,513 1,15.740 3.273,712 92340
Other maintenane expenes .......................... 4,880,62 2,60,035 291,748 2,028,679 444288 1,084,725 1,031,022 278,062 234,594 393 503
Operating rents ......... 1,418,513 719,593 55,084 643,836 199,913 308,269 211,411 118,009 107,67c 139, 696, 0..
Joint garage expense-Debit .................. 49,838 29,069 20,769 29,069 -
Joint garage expenac--Credit............... ........ 57206 27.657- 29,549 661 26,996. 18
Total ........................................ 106,756,055 55,210,407 8.980,231 42,565,417 9,922,972 22,800,148 22,487,287 5,352,848 5,616,875 12,548,831 ,28
TRANSPORTATION
Supervision .................................. 9.,962,697 6,585,489 485,805 2,891,403 1,241,334 2,842,190 2,501,965 520,081 362,186 626,312 1 1
Orise and other expenses ....................... 705,095 354,744 26, 40 323,411 92286 158518 103,9K 24,761 39102 113741 25656 10,151
Drivers and helper ............................... 201820,486 17572,733 16,313, 679.22 22,192583 8,962,874 46,417.276 11,008,969 9,9,679 20.899 2
Fuel for revenu equipment ......................... 40,621,579 21,801,221 14,087.814 14,732,544 4.388,940 8,549.113 8,863,168 2,425,623 2,072,983 4,791,976 1,253404 4188558
1Oil for revenue equipment ......................... 2,466,397 1,150,656 270,013 1,045,728 250,931 30,967 468,758 132,316 112,388 258,55 9248 44921
Purohased traneportation ........................... 30,273,105 16,319839 1,967,683 11,985,583 2,632,718 6658,589 7,028,532 2,086,864 1,806,027 4,0,216 7 9
Other transportation expenses ..................... .950,464 6,139,195 837,519 2,973,750 1,530"91 3,321.954 1286,850 264,239 365,832 425,541 59
Operating rents .................................... 660,490 73.003 18.275 169,212 152,661 213,633 106,709 39,144 33,090 29,815 16,564
Total ........................................... 296,460,313 170,396,880 24.,007,480 102,055,953 32,481.844 71,137,838 66,777,198 16,501,997 14,686,287 31,554,118 7,921.194 31,39235
TERMINAL
Superviion .3...... ........... ...... 37,0050,565 17,471,000 3.925,604 15,653.961 2,697.392 6,629,073 8,144,535 2,216,653 2,455,086 5,106,739 1,080,02 4 ,72,9
Superleory salaries ............................. 12550,286 6,158,567 1,406,199 4,985,520 1,127,429 2,375.887 2,655,251 742,518 778,427 1.753,563 352,841 13511
Salaries and fees-Zillingand collecting ........ 17327,681 7,780,572 1,850,427 7,696,682. 1,271,452 2,692,573 3,816.547 1,123,027 1,301,314 2,393,329 558914 20098
Other office employees .......................... 7,172,598 3,531,861 668.978 2,971,759 298,511 1,560,613 1,672,737 353,108 375,345 959,84 168,747 1,14712
Offloe and other expenses .......................... 4,323,825 1,957,496 491,598 1,87,731 282,272 816,391 858.833 251,006 205.710 733,240 22 1
Salaries and ages--Platform employees .......... 69159,697 36,302,212 5.964,196 26.893,289 6,198,653 13,163,982 16.939.577 4,851,590 4,133,505 6,936,621 2,485.393 8,8
Other terminal employees ........................... 3,805,121 2,252,377 289,310 1,263,434 182,949 1,358,640 710,788 157,284 122,03 198,169 4 57 7
Commsion agents ......................... ........ ,245,975 446,704 213,820 2.585,451 120,257 118,307 208,140 769,477 254,536 862,020 71.417 62,0
Other terminal expenses ........................... 7,208,995 3,599,906 730,464 2,878,625 659,528 1,485,308 1,455,070 422,252 323,658 756,375 159,09 1,21,44
Operating rent .................................. .... 8,107,590 4,303,702 753,347 3,050,541 939,805 1,882,783 1,481,114 400,653 325,536 1,160,304 252,190 911.658
Jolnt termlnal aollitie--Debit .. ................. 1,375.171 440,340 934.831 13,500 399.987 26.853 52,542 196,516 665,255 15,083 5,435
Joint terminal taoilities--Credit .................. 572.709 436,645 2,207 133,857 7.911 394,221 34,513 488 99.135 23,901 10,333
Total .......................................... 133,704,230 66,337,092 12,366,132 55,0o01006 11,086,445 25,460,250 29,790,397 9,123,457 8,016,093 16,319,588 4,203,78 17.33 i 140
TRAFFIC
Supervision .................................. ..... 1,568,265 7,496,800 1,610,001 4,461,464 1,242,357 3,053,708 3,200,735 798.322 619,968 1342,251 2518 1,44973
Offloe and other expenses ....................... ,743,587 2,516,392 475,968 1,751,227 408,325 1,080,053 1,028,014 353,957 273,149 543485 102,272 47
Tariffs and heule ...................1,453,981 839,635 155463 458,883 150,489 336,848 352,298 91,032 95787 128,995 33428
Advertlelng ..................................... 2,226,450 1.181,248 178,593 866,609 272,695 419,961 488,592 173,818 105,578 i95.968 8, 991 310.254
Other traffic expenes ............................ 1858,280 1,382,217 129,233 346,830 310,154 692,276 379,787 11233 389 115, 11 711
Operating rents ............... ............. 69,938 35,774 8,176 25,988 6,394 13,551 15,829 11,286 1,613 8,762 300 4,027
Total ...................................... .... 23,920,501 13,452,066 2,557,434 7,911,001 2,390,414 5.596.397 5.465,255 1.540,758 1,131.944 2.334.923 480,16 2,423,213
INSURANCE AND SAFETY
Supervision ........................................ 3158,497 1,534,444 452,898 1171,155 184520 712867 637,057 183,669 81 389,112 72,08 29,710
Office and other expenses .................. .... 1014,127 558,009 143,204 312,914 57,940 245,326 254,743 39.547 26,697 112,86 24,618 I 09,18
Public liability and property aaage .............. 12,859,473 7,954,005 1,271,896 3,633,572 1,776,707 3,442,899 2,734,399 9616,350 46,378 1,4,27 2 86
Worluen' oompensation .............................. 5,410,867 3,112,897 358,881 1,939.089 910,366 1.415.159 787,372 339,246 198,866 695625
Cargo loe. and damage ......................... 13959,508 6.917,363 1,412,436 5,629,709 1,256,101 2,832,486 2,828,776 818,949 942179 2,198614 35260 11,359
Fire, theft and collision .......................... 3,450,768 2,111,073 381,931 957,764 466,305 986,739 658029 132,660o 117,020 315,660 12844 264,020
Other Insurance expense ........................... 579,864 348,395 61.573 169,896 76,810 163,221 108,364 1,055 5,204 47,628 12888 33,121
Other insurance and safety department expenses ..... 185,537 135,031 8,847 41,659 23,048 70,128 41.855 7.489 15,300 16,343 423 2,
Operating rents .................................... 102,180 17,868 66,764 17,548 2,991 8.351 6.526 945 3.10575 876
Total ........................................... 40,720,821 22,689,085 4,158,430 13,873,306 4,754,788 9.877.176 8,057,121 2,177,910 2,016,330 5,233,887 909,579 3,533,600
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL
Supervision ................... .................... 33,43,451 19,893,767 2,978,015 10,581,669 4,655,282 7 566,136 7,672,349 1,982,960 1.536,656 ),144,646 875,692 3I04
Salaries--Oeneral offi ere ..................... 15,562,205 9,998818 1,248,096 4,315,291 2,521,984 3,363,175 4,13,69 37533 573,406 1,317,588 328,789 1 157975
Salarlee--Rvenue aooounting .................... 6886,912 .3901,174 728,960 2,256,778 895,689 1,664,577 1 908 75282 926 60,99 297 9
Salarlee--Other general offloe employees ........ 11,004,334 5.993,775 1,000,959 4,009,600 1,237609 2,538,384 2,217,782 570 5 60 2 1,186,079 317324 1 8
Offloand other expenses .......................... 8281439 4737321 680,788 2,863,330 1,193,471 2,.1762 1526488 502.180 3 312 789,637 245638 4,563
Expenee-- General offn ers ....................... 2,986,925 1,869,141 213,690 904,124 528,188 769,19 571,53 171,486 102,530 3 902, 1962,0 81 784
Expensoe--Genoral office employees .............. 509,372 266,371 42, 6 200,345 46,058 140,720 79,593 17,584 18,0 62,960 19,96 867
Other general offlue expencn .................... 4.785112 2,6011809 24,2 1.758,861 6 9225 1,107223 875j361 1110 2 072 16 i 2
Law expenss ................................... 1,350892 709,444 185,088 456,360 1418,590 2,80 28,6044 9825 3,5 189,586 i106 20
Outide audtng expenses ............................. 8 500 57 9 957 25722 13859 2 826 12634 3920 2950 9
CJo.t operatlin exp.ene e... t ..................... 11 87 80 11 2,69226 1 -89 1863991 582 595 60 19 378,727 3 0 10
Joint oper atel e expense-Cr t .................... ...7, 4328 3,164.602 359,45 206872 32262 6238.525 1,603, 5 3 09 293,193
Management and supervision fees .................... 48 53 372,507 26,093 85,853 321 32,727 305,566 400802 3
Tnollo tl revenues.... ......................... .... 8442,169 284,399 40940, 116,8413 7,940, 114,7828 13,72139 3 54 0,377 ,001,51 10,070 3
Regulatory expene............................... 121... 63,640,37 3 351 85836 41,6890 16.,91 85123, 19,270 38 4 34,47906 71 .3 2 6 76.
Purohaelng and store expenses ......................516212 87 296 91 f 32
Other general expenses .............................. 172f23o4 230,570 75,47 2459 12 2 408,26 1, 916,S ?0 83 3,
Opratg roots............ ,702 72,4 107,229 301,649 91,540 254,342 126,942 7,480 1382678,
Joint operating expenee-sblt ...................... 115,416 87.729 27,687 81,10 6,589
Joint operating expenee--Credlt ................... 97,432 59.246 38,186 58.66 600 11,621 10,26 16
Total ......................................... 61,843,427 36,064,749 5,496,265 20,282,413 7,940,782 14,401.828 13.,722.139 3,646,154 2,780,377 6,001,416 1455,073 6399,33
Grand total ..................................... 663,405,347 364,150,279 57,565,972 2841,689,096 68,577,245 149,273.637 146,299,397 38,345,124 1 34,247,906 73,992,763 18,798,7281r 76,304,575

d Deflot or other reverse Item.




16 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 9.--PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N S
districts district region district New Middle RCentral y
___England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Soutwestern Mounta P

Number of carriers represented ............................ 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12 3
DEBITS
Equipment rents--Interoity--With drivers ........... $6,100,147 $3.558,948 $487,684 $2,053.515 $570,884 $1,687,698 $1,300,366 $158.869 $461,161 $545,250 $131,512 $756,7
Equipment rents-Interoity--Without drivers ........ 5,880,234 2,447,584 457,084 2,975,566 178,724 874,267 1,394.593 348,972 79,445 1,607,996 100,679 8384
Other purchased transportation--Intercity:
Payments to motor carriers and others ............ 63.590 116.943 9,619 337,028 14,833 42,380 59,730 4,947 24,080 21,464 35,537 251,000
Payments to railroads and water carriers ........ 931,167 306,245 4 624,918 256,708 46,102 3,435 49,620 100,.859 13,806 67,182 393,
Equipment rents-Pickup and delivery--With drivers 5,055,164 3,150,303 144,0*9 1,760,812 522,666 1,118,597 1,509,040 787,308 223.930 605,859 54,916 88,79
Equipment rents--Plokup and delivery--Without
drivers ......................................... 2,231,942 1,753,755 90,869 387,318 143,521 1,057,839 552,395 93,156 73.500 138.b86 30,074 51,70
Other purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to motor carriers and others .......... 10,340,377 5,156,222 965,727 4,218,428 975,006 1,866,082 2,315,134 681,B06 843,325 1,471,650 370,052 848,99
Allowances to shippers........................... 414,351 211,386 35,342 167,623 23,321 188,065 4,232 23,404 127,175 1,350 11 62
Total debits ................................... 31,416,972 16,701,386 2,190,378 12,525,208 2,662,342 6,716,286 7,322,758 2,128,510 1,829,704 4,535,086 791.302 3,240,606
CREDITS
Equipment rents-Credit:
Rents receivable for intercity revenue vehicles.. 1,057,804 355,671 221,391 480,742 28,977 42,498 284,196 41,583 23.567 126,325 26,789 262,478
Rents receivable for pickup and delivery revenue
vehicles ..................................... 86,063 25,876 1,304 58,883 647 15,199 10,030 63 110 545 1,014 57,151
Total credits ............................ ... 1,143,867 381,547 222,695 539,625 29,624 57,697 294,226 41,646 23,677 126,870 27,803 319,629
Net debits ................................. .....30,273,105 16,319,839 1,967,683 11,985,583 2,632,718 6,658,589 7,028,532 2,086,864 1,806,027 4,408,216 763,499 2,920,977













TABLE 10.-DEPRECIATION EXPENSE COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


Item All Eastern Southern WesternR E G 10 N S
districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rocky Paci
E ngland-- -Atln- an Muntain. ____P__acif
Number of carriers represented ..................... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39 12 37
Depreciation of structures ......................... 1,129,661 (641,176 $128,618 $359,847 $114,991 $184,255 $341,930 $81,995 $55,128 $134,540 $25,052 $63,132
Depreciation of equipment--reght ................. 33,84,518 17,933,203 4,003,700 11,906,615 3,588,416 7,317,004 7,027,783 1.435,219 1,680,227 3,582,198 845,600 4,363,371
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Passenger .......- -
Depreciation of revenue equipment-Combination ..... 5,039 1,440 3,599 1,440 99
Depreciation of service care and equipment ......... 1,299,468 710,316 115,049 474,103 178,128 307,616 224,572 60,490 56,902 140,035 31,204 185,L72
Deprelation of shop and garage equipment .......... 404,508 185,704 25,883 192,921 36,533 78,324 70,847 27,943 25,495 46,728 22,616 70.109
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ..... 898,361 487,069 94,435 316,857 86,144 223,252 177,673 51,406 36,140 112,557 27,474 89,280
Deprecation of miscellaneous equipment ............ 916,260 394,718 100,625 419,917 77,745 185,183 132,790 57,990 57,533 140,400 34,685 129,309
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property 627,401 300,875 24,167 302,359 42,289 141,851 116,735 16,104 59,336 86,063 9014 131,842
Depreciation of undistributed property .....-....... -
otal ...................................... 39,124,196 20,655,501 A,492,477 13,976,218 4,125.686 8,437,485 8,092,330 1,731,147 1,970,761 ,242,521 995,675 5,036,114




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABLE 12.-REVENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENAGED IN INTER
OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


Item All Eastern Southern Western R.E I 0 N S
districts district region district Now Middle e l orthwetern Mid-Western S uthwetern ocky Eaofiii
_England Atlantic Central orthwetrn Id-Bter SuteBst

of carriers represented ..................... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 24 39
ent acquired during the year:
cks Number of units ............... 1,444 753 156 535 202 349 202 84 44 185 57 16
Cost .......................... $3,311,501 $1,705,207 $335,399 $1,270,895 $461,076 $858,731 (385,400 $136,796 $69,281 *343,369 $96,984 $
ak tractors Number of units ............... 2,985 1,849 46 1,090 385 738 726 182 125 467 54
Cost .......................... $16,877,724 $8,317,489 $2,487,433 $6,072,802 $2,085,814 $3,553,505 $2,678,170 $769,890 $445,941 $2,232,589 372,094 22522
trailers Number of units ............... 4,756 2,593 625 1,538 549 1,010 1,034 269 220 502 101 44
Cost .......................... $18,604,248 $9,548,150 $2,732,856 $6,323,242 $1,879,299 $3,860,092 $3,808,759 $1,013,662 4859,882 $2,097,587 4451,436 1,9oo,
Strailers Number of units ............... 77 25 52 15 10 4
Cost .......................... $246,654 $43,473 $203,181 $34,073 V9,400 3,977 $99,204
r equipment Cost .......................... $324,341 $81,971 $7,162 $235,208 $45,764 (31,562 84,645 $56.639 15,oo004 55,531 $15,078 492,956
otal cost of all equipment acquired ......... $39,364,468 $19,696,290 $5,562,850 $14,105,328 $4,506,026 $8,303,890 $6,886,374 $1,976,987 01,390,108 $4,729,076 1939,569 $5,069,i58
ent retired during the year:
ks Number of units ............... 1,316 588 90 638 146 296 146 82 93 259 35 16
Cost .......................... $2,124,726 $963,949 $107,845 $1,052,932 $245,143 $531,245 0187,561 1134,902 8111,573 8304,789 456,624 $445,4
k tractors Number of units ............... 2,271 1,265 182 824 273 511 481 97 86 518 30 9
Cost .......................... $7,057,633 3,851,254 $571,913 $2,634,466 $1,158,314 1,487,415 $1,205,525 $343,807 8226,249 $1,368,095 4179,118 $5,
trailers Number of units ............... 2,295 1,369 149 777 265 636 468 87 133 397 29 131
Cost .......................... $4,495,560 $2,639,876 $250,917 41,604,767 $551,285 $1,366,415 $722,176 $229,657 8354.955 $627,024 $59,736 333,395
, trailers Number of units .............. 63 10 53 5 5 7 4
-Cost .......................... (160,971 $14,276 146,695 48,915 $5,361 $11,678 *135,017
eequipment Cost .......................... 4139,095 $22,604 $334 $116,157 $8,884 $9,950 (3,770 $19,728 $1,800 $1,940 $2,672 90,017
tal cost of all equipment retired / ....... $13,977,985 $7,491,959 $931,009 $5,555,017 $1,972,541 $3,395,025 $2,124,393 0728,094 $694,577 42,301,848 *309,828 $1,520,670
it owned at close of year:
0s Number of units ............... 14,720 6,771 1,492 6,457 1,775 2,771 2,225 723 845 1,919 582 2,388
Cost ......................... $35,870,413 $15,054,398 $3,015,502 $17,800,513 $4,183,407 $6,714,517 $4,156,474 $1,154,920 $1,247,372 $3,235,223 $1,519,054 $10,643,944
Stractors Number of units ............... 25,476 14,875 2,678 7,923 2,778 5,910 6,187 1,604 1,517 2,677 520 1,605
Cost .......................... $109,204,539 $60,659,058 $11,932,711 $36,612,770 $13,826,039 $26,494,068 $20,338,951 $5,963,733 55,903,866 $9,623,972 33,694,073 $11,427,126
trailers Number of units .............. 38,897 23,668 3,886 11,343 4,249 9,152 10,267 2,216 2,186 3,755 692 2,494
Cost .......................... 119,629,191 $69,315,198 (13,337,608 $36,976,385 $12,345,065 $27,913,742 $29,056,391 $6,661,385 $7,091,248 $10,748,384 *2,941,132 9,534,236
trailers Number of units ............... 1,249 231 1,018 29 12 190 85 933
cost .......................... $4,179,368 4415,798 $3,763,570 $53,166 37,723 8324,909 254,434 3,509136
r equipment Cost .......................... $1,611,651 337,545 $38,707 $1,235,399 $77,609 $128,405 $131,531 $221,724 #111,845 $168,827 $60,304 $672,699
atal cost of all equipment owned ............ $270,495,162 $145,781,997 (28,324,528 $96,388,637 $30,485,886 $61,288,455 $54,008,256 $14,001,762 $14,354,331 823,776,406 $8,468,997 35,787,141

i footnote No. 1 to table 4.
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18 STATISTICS OF BLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECOEMBE 31, 1952
TABLE 13.-EMPLOYEE; AVERAGE NUMBER, TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENSATION BSt LASSES -
COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EUIPMET PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All distriote Eastern distrlot Southern region Western distriot Now England region MAile Atlatl rel
Cle01aifloaton of employees Average Total Total Average Aerage oa Total Aerage Average Totl Aere Avrage Tot Total Averag Average Total T
nm.ber hours co number hour- annual number hours o n nul number hours anual numer hours ho
of or day ..to.n oompon- of or days copen- of or days stion motpen- of or da omp- of or OdaeP oM
1emloyees aid for cation eployees aid for tlon employee. paid for lO sn on ployeeo 16d for ation w loyee aid for ers ion I o aS
lhber of arrer represented ............... 510 322 46 142 89 tH
Equipment maintenance and garage:
SpervIlsory ...........................D 453 132.931 *2 .687,022 15,932 216 62,928 $1,401,728 $6.489 23 7,170 144,727 *6.292 214 62,833 *1,140,567 95.330 37 10,556 *244,126 6,598 97 $6 t8
eohan ( ludinalg orking oren) 6,032 1,745,502 2.03890 317 3,177 7.770,66 1396,331 4,37 36 9 25 2,490 6,071479 10,77021 ,325 616 1,50702 53 9 '
S i eployee ......................... 058 2,581,085 3.810,205 3.01 125 1,011,778 1,548,647 3.644 44 120,537 15.90 3317 589 1,448,770 2,115,618 3592 44 108,234 152 236 3.460 176 0S053
Othere (inoluding olerloal employee) ..... 995.685 1,2,236 3,316 1 393.945 570,497 3,135 24 58,03 72.515 3.021 235 543,703 819,224 3,486 39 82.371 114,901 2,946 4 18.82 fl
Transportationo*
Supe eory ............................ 1.585 458,013 8,548,682 5393 1,035 296,750 5.730,118 5536 102 28.638 486,714 4,772 448 132,625 2,331,850 5,205 224 62,219 1,214,198 ,421 88 110. 7 2,264.
Drvers--Line haul / ..... .23,061 59.888.278 112,813,478 4,892 13,121 34.556,832 63,396,283 4,832 2,194 5.301,255 9.320,435 4,248 7,746 20,030,191 40,096,760 5.176 3,131 8,406,976 13,509,100 4315 5,9 13,99.9 25.376.
Helper--n haul ....................... 420 973233 1,584,000 ,771 329 756.029 1,254.601 3,813 14 31,402 27,346 1.953 77 185,802 32053 3.923 70 143,390 230,028 3.286 259 612,63 1,.024
Driver Pikup and delvery ........... 21,693 52,432249 87,175,019 4,019 12.029 28.871.149 51,386,247 4,272 2,037 5,122,677 6,642.597 3,261 7,627 18,438423 29,146,175 3,821 2.164 5,079,411 8,926,087 4,125 4975 11461,257 58,225
Helpers--Ploku and dlvery ...... 970 2,132.996 3,142,434 3,240 769 1,637,918 2,523.863 3.282 159 395,730 438,226 2,756 42 99,348 18045 4,294 43 93,138 150,503 3,500 717 1:526 774 2,345
Others (Inoluding elerlal eloyeee) .. 303 759,401 1,309,655 4.322 188 465,222 782.149 4.160 9 19,404 26,400 2,933 106 274,775 501,106 4,727 6 11,150 18,389 3,065 132 33.6131 52
Terminelt
Superreory ............................. D 2,593 74,321 13,454,313 5,189 1.180 333,227 6,632.588 5.621 298 87.461 1,434.425 4,814 1,115 327,633 .387,300 4,832 207 57,730 1,137,636 5,496 491 134.798 249.
Platform aploesa ........................ 17,510 40,452,615 664862,662 3,704 9,044 20,868,936 34,538,349 3.819 1,876 4.359.286 5.770,424 3,076 6,590 15.224,393 24,553.889 3.726 142 3,308,662 5372,806 377,70 3,641 7,907,20 12777,
Clerloal ............................... 8,118 17.705,135 23.375.175 2,879 3,814 8,130859 10,841,040 2,842 925 2,014,075 2,479,737 2,681 3.379 7,560,201 10,05398 2,976 538 1,057,729 1,389,240 2,582 147 3288,162 4,16.
Other .................................... 1,461 3,219,258 ,523,122 3,096 841 1,856,370 2.55652 3.038 128 271,805 309518 2,18 92 1,091,083 .658,952 3,372 110 229,42 325506 2,959 6 1,036,033 1,44
Sales, tariff, and advertising;
uBpervisory .............................. D 470 133.732 3.201,185 6,811 278 78,456 1,978,023 7,115 62 17807 481,484 ,766 130 37,469 741,678 5,705 67 18138 465,483 6,948 133 3695 868
olloltore .............................. D 1,823 520.093 9,201,597 5,048 930 260,523 4,890,893 5,259 158 4,443 965.854 6113 735 215,127 3.344,850 4,551 143 37.668 68,326 4785 375 100,848 1,945
Other (inoluding olerloal employees) .... 342 720,687 1,107,550 3,238 186 379,528 602,413 3,239 56 113,354 159,786 2,853 100 227,805 345,351 3,454 17 35,715 63,591 3,741 103 199,329 314
Ineurance and safetyl
tpervisory ............................. 315 89.471 1.552,701 4,929 139 40,032 732.108 5.267 66 18,026 317,024 4,803 110 31,413 503,569 4,578 18 5,011 92.848 5.158 57 ,645 269,0
Others (inluding olerll eployees) ... 489 1,052,178 1,528,953 3,127 247 529,915 791931 3,206 42 86,177 113,380 2,700 200 436,086 23,642 3.118 32 62,864 81,422 2,54 134 4
Administrative and general:
Offoer. owners and partnee ........... D 1,224 351,234 15,736,670 12,857 742 210,342 10,069,998 13,571 111 31,881 1,258,649 11.339 371 109,011 4,408,023 11,881 180 50,143 2.511.790 13.954 283 79,533 3,370,1
Clerlal .................................. 5,310 11,307,454 15,818,860 2.979 3.058 6,421,026 8,775.939 2,870 557 1,181,708 1,636,977 2.939 1,695 3,704,720 5,405,944 3,189 639 1,326,773 1,719,262 2,691 1,392 2,898,992 3,901.
ther ................................... 673 1 3,798 2,141,892 3183 367 755174 1.161,275 3.164 32 69,538 92,516 2,891 274 599,086 888101 3,24 126 253137 1,181 3184 101 211,955 301
................ 401,18 106,585
Daily basil Total .................... 8,463 2,433,795 54,382,170 6,426 4,520 1,282,28 31.43.456 6,955 820 235,426 5,088,877 6,206 3,.123 916,111 17,857,837 5,718 876 241,465 6,350.407 7,249 1,824 506,564 1.106,0
Rourly bhels s Total ................... 87.881 210,389,554 350.694.145 3,991 47,777 114,405,47 194,624.217 4,074 8,462 2008.242 28608,152 3,381 31,62 75,935,865 27 76 028 9000 2107,6 3,99,783 3,878 20,5881 677,854 79 9

Central region Northwestern region Mid-Western region Southwestern region Rooik Mountain region Paoiflt region
l ir roa Ttal e e Total Arge rage Ag verage Total Arages A erag Total aToge A ra Averag Toal
number hours To annual number hours annual number hour. oa annual number hour Totl annual nuber hour. n- nnul number hours I
of or days o n- ompn- of or days Oompen- compen- of or days ompeon- oompen- of or days ompen' oompen- of or days teni" oompen.- of or day.s Ca "
eployees i for aton ston employee pvid for sation son emoloyees paid for eat*io ation etoloyee p ad for atlon sntlon eploees sid for t i eaton emr loeen ali for eatp*
Numbor of oarriers representea ............... 109 30 24 39 12 37
Euipment maintenance and garage:
ui ..t......................... 82 23,904 519.741 6,338 20 5,534 111811 5 591 25 7574 38,895 5,556 65 19,926 317,801 4,889 14 4,161 80,128 723 0 25,638 49193
NIseoanoI (Tineludlong orktg or n) ..... 1,180 2,881,820 5,582,328 4,731 349 833,662 1.83,840 4252 345 808,065 1,385334 4015 630 1,669,953 2,588,739 4109 226 613,219 981,502 343 940 2,146,5O 4,330,3
Srl emploee ......................... 205 498,491 82.898 4,019 44 106.876 172,456 3,919 46 111,119 149,371 3,27 219 57,446 668,28 3,052 44 101991 145299 3302 236 58338 9800
Otheo (Incluaing cleria1 employe.). 59 128,745 212,627 3,604 21 45,457 76,435 3,640 24 65,877 76,959 3,207 36 92,555 126,583 3.516 38 87.689 125,153 3,294 116 252,125 4140
Transportation:
Superi. r ............................. D 423 124.154 2,251,189 522 89 24,557 476,619 555 53 15.27 288,468 5.443 129 40,860 593.272 4.599 33 9,887 196,182 .945 144 41,394 777.30
lDrvre--Line haul .................... 4,500 12,210,416 24,510,616 5,447 1,172 2,964,526 6,046,327 5,159 1,050 2,626,468 5,362,098 5.107 2,463 6,484,461 11,705,074 4,752 ?09 1,670686 3521,301 967 2,352 6,28 050 13,4
pee- ........................ 1 1.683 2,176 2176 18 41136 52555 2920 127712 216780 4 169 6 15,271 3054
riere- okup ian dellver / ........... 4,890 12,330,481 22,237,021 4,547 1.234 2,866.053 5,158775 4181 1,253 3,065,oi0 4,789,399 3,822 2,659 6,832 ,49 9,065,203 3409 42 1,008,885 1,55543 3660 2,056 ,66,01 8,57
elpere-Ploup end aelivery.............. 9 18,006 27,727 3081 6 17182 23,225 3,871 36 82166 7,120
Others (Ineludng olerlal eployeei ) .... 50 117,941 221,642 4433 8 15,361 22,830 2,854 3 6,656 10,575 3,525 4 9,076 17,754 4,439 91 243,682 .

Terminalt
Sei r ............ ......... D 482 1440699 2,745,037 0 ? 695 141 39,225 737.602 5,231 229 67,932 1,032,391 4,508 418 126,238 1,802,634 4,313 90 27,669 425,806 4,731 237 66,569 1,388,867
Pltaroa employee ......................... 3,978 9653066 16,387,661 4120 1,215 2,681,686 4,526,062 3,725 979 2,337,806 3,616,541 3,694 1,929 4,973,343 6,99.236 3525 691 1,412,307 2.296 106 3.323 1,776 3,819,251 7,315,9S 4
ler l ................................. 1,729 3.7 968 5,3041 3,069 479 963,107 1.374.996 2,871 480 1,067,254 1,452522 3026 1,166 2,802,341 3,316,759 2,845 264 619.8 73272 2.775 990 2,108 021 r3177 549
Other .............275 590,935 786,236 2,859 64 138,901 209,060 3,267 88 199,114 299,477 3,403 90 187,394 198,268 2,203 15 30,148 33,841 2,256 235 535.526 91830 ,
B.lee. tariff, and advertising:
Superviery ............................ 78 23,423 643,894 8,25 16 4577 99,494 6,218 28 7.906 135.496 4,839 43 13,209 232,805 414 7 2,116 42,246 6,035 6 9,661 21,63
to ...................... .. D 412 122 007 2,261,259 5.488 129 36,104 68,571 5,183 107 ,254 46715 4366 234 72307 97154 4151 4 1229 191 508 4 4 222 60 233 1 20
Other, (inlud~g Olerlol e.Lofes) ..... 66 144,484 224,181 3,397 12,133 20,631 3,439 10 20,835 26.752 2.675 1 101.23 142,881 3,485 7 13,397 20,880 2,983 36 80,017 134.207
Insurance and eatfety:
upeviory ............................. D 64 19,376 370,213 5,785 22 5.896 103,901 4,.723 14 4,340 73,005 5,215 33 10.075 137,017 4,152 2.435 36.046 4,06 8,667 153,600
Other. (BinludIg leloal employee.) ..... 81 175,243 258,665 3.193 24 49,000 74,133 3.089 39 84:127 125.082 3,207 87 200.454 257,685 2,962 7 14,920 24.082 3,440 43 87,585 1M66
Administrative and general;
Offiiers, oner and partne ........... D 279 80,666 4,187,689 15,010 79 21,497 1,011,635 12,806 62 18,704 571.902 9,224 123 38,270 1,349,131 10,969 26 7,945 28,29 12,636 81 22,595 1,146,82
l .................................. 1,027 2,195261 35135 3,072 299 627,742 864,281 2,891 284 612,390 793,201 2,93 490 1,13544 159 3162 147 317546 5,407 3,078 475 1,013,4 76
.................. ............. 140 290,082 58350 3274 63 131,178 190,845 3,029 50 111,040 172,621 3452 81 196.338 2669 3296 27 59.183 86973 ,221 53 101.347 17071
DaISy bs.le Total ...... 1,820 534.229 12,979,022 7,131 496 137,390 3,209,633 6.471 518 155,637 2,707,372 5,227 1,045 320.885 5,404,014 5,171 221 67.442 1,300,445 5,884 843 234,757 5,256,73
Hourly Total................... 18,189 45,019,939 80,191,528 4,49 4,971 11,422,004 20200017 064 4,656 11,12466 18272187 3924 9918 25,309685 36,771,496 3,708 2,656 6,086237 10,210,08 ,844 9, 21, 3 42,007,99

I/ This Ltm doee no t ilat er of equipw et eng ged by theie oarrisrs to perform Purchased Traneportation'" ervioe.
T- The sy bol *DI dIelgnat.e those employeee reported on a daily bai.te all other olasses are reported on an hourly basis.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DEMBER 3, 1

TABLE 14.--OPERATING STATISTICS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western ___RE I 0 8
Item districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern R Pacif
_England Atlantic mounta___in_

or f carriers represented .......................... 511 323 46 142 90 124 109 30 z 39 1
e number of trucks and truck tractors in
iroity revenue service:
Owned power units:
In operation ................................... 21,022 12,306 2,127 6,589 3,045 4,863 4,398 1,187 1,029 2,240
Undergolng repairs ............................ 1,104 621 127 356 120 223 278 77 79 117 26
Stand-by ....................................... 952 541 183 228 106 216 219 34 51 80 19 '4
Total power unite--owned .................... 23,078 13,468 2,437 7,173 3,271 5,302 4,895 1,298 1,159 2,437 480
Rented cower units without drivers--In operation .. 870 442 13 415 35 165 242 28 6 330 7 4i
Rented power units with drivers--In operation ..... 486 273 42 171 36 124 113 11 34 81 7? 3
Total number power units intercity revenue
service ..................................... 24,434 14,183 2,492 7,759 3,342 5,591 5,250 1,337 1,199 2,848 494 ,881
of revenue trucks and tractors owned at close
f year:
Intercity service ................................. 23,703 13,779 2,567 7,357 3,366 5,404 5,009 1,338 1,183 2,483 506 1,847
Local service ..................................... 16,493 7,867 1,603 7,023 1,187 3,277 3,403 989 1,179 2,113 596 2,146
Total number of trucks and truck tractors owned 40,196 21,646 4,170 14,380 4,553 8,681 8,412 2,327 2,362 4,596 1,102 3,993
e-miles operated in intercity
vice (loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks ......................................... 85,485,098 32,354,480 3,652,174 49,478,444 13,815,496 16,204,718 2,334,266 820,423 529,170 894,917 4,638,058 42,595,876
Tractors ....................................... 1,012,639,916 513,850,007 121,059,831 377,730,078 94,871,513 196,053,882 222,924,612 61,704,630 59,005,294 133,071,808 33,292,072 90,656,274
Total miles operated Owned vehicles ....... 1,098,125,014 546,204,487 124,712,005 427,208,522 108,687,009 212,258,600 225,258,878 62,525,053 59,534,464 133,966,725 37,930,130 133,252,150
Rented without drivers:
Trucks ......................................... 4,217,329 701,327 17,651 3,498,351 238,512 461,714 1,101 1,010 4,800 265 3,492,276
Tractors ....................................... 54,805,425 23,411.685 1,401,208 29,992,532 1,345,123 6,806,721 15,259,841 1,553,542 384,444 26,170,311 568,847 1,315,388
Total miles operated Rented without drivers 59,022,754 24,113,012 1,418,859 33,490,883 1,583,635 7,268,435 15,260,942 1,553,542 385,454 26,175,111 569,112 4,807,664
Rented with drivers:
Trucks ......................................... 1,111,125 552,745 146,519 411,861 142,726 322,009 88,010 161,515 90,763 42,479 117,104
Tractors ....................................... 23,169,932 13,257,161 2,250,588 7,662,183 1,760,123 6,580,832 4,916,206 871,356 1,994,304 2,377,104 337,638 2,081,781
Total miles operated Rented with drivers .. 24,281,057 13,809,906 2,397,107 8,074,044 1,902,849 6,902,841 5,004,216 871,356 2,155,819 2,467,867 380,117 2,198,885
Driveaway ......................................... 96,360 8,000 88,360 8,000 -
Total miles operated All vehicles in intercity
highway service ............................. 1,181,525,185 584,135,405 128,616,331 468,773,449 112,181,493 226,429,876 245,524,036 64,949,951 62,075,737 162,609,703 38,879,359 140,258,699
aRail and water services........................... 2,414,043 1,270,196 1,143,847 1,056,059 196,447 17,690 379,723 479,212 134,816 150,096
of revenue freight carried in intercity service l/ 48,379,395 28,979,466 4,112,965 15,286,964 5,659,898 10,740,640 12,578,928 3.272,503 2,054,318 4,368,785 1,021,786 4,569,572
t revenue from intercity service .................. $?774,356,220 $423,426,991 $70,934,878 $279,994,351 $79,697,510 $169,326,001 $174,403,480 $44,408,484 $38,657,578 483,992,036 $21,627,497 $91,308,756
expenses (Including depreciation, amortization,
Soperating taxes) 2/ ............................. 747,867,807 $407,147,864 $66,525,234 $274,194,709 $76,959,733 $166,856,497 $163,331,634 $42,860,559 $38,466,219 $83,159,327 $21,489,083 $88,219,521


ht revenue per Intercity vehicle-mile .............. $0.654 $0.723 $0.552 $0.596 $0.704 0.747 $0.710 0.680 $0.618 t0.517 $0.554 $.650
Ies per intercity vehicle-mile 2/.............g... 0.632 0.695 0.517 $0.583 60.680 0.736 0.665 0.656 $0.615 0.511 0.551 $0.28
ge miles Per owned vehicle per annum ............. 47,583 40,556 51,174 59,558 33,227 40,034 46,018 48,170 51,367 514,972 79,021 ?,070

cludes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
tic 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-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue,






TABLE 14-A.--OPERATING STATISTICS SUPPLEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY i/
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952



All Eastern Southern Western RE 10 NS
Item districts district region district New Middle North- Mid- South.. Roky
C____ England Atlantic Central western Western western Mun Pao

Number of carriers represented .................. 278 161 28 89 42 58 61 24 16 26 4
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by line haul vehicles: 2/
Vehicles--Owned ............................ 9,617,954 7,023,347 457,692 2,136,915 1,492,955 2,682,786 2,847,606 718,980 260,318 698,053 132,169
Vehiclee--Rented without drivers ........... 265,843 196,890 1,127 67,826 19,840 79,659 97,391 1,100 60,896 -
Vehicles-Rented with drivers .............. 21,194 20,132 87 975 4,678 7,578 7,876 429 -
Number of miles in line haul service
by pickup and delivery vehicles:/'
Vehicles-Owned ............................ 11,645,511 7,813,049 1,237,814 2,59h,648 1,082,656 5,222,785 1,507,608 327,153 204,449 922,376 181,110
Vehicles--Rented without drivers ........... 709,041 697,361 8,314 3,366 121 569,108 128,132 -
Vehicles--Rented with drivers .............. 96,310 91,570 *,740 70 91,500 -
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by pickup and delivery vehicles: 2/
Vehicles--Owned ............................ 31,783,218 16,117.510 3,092,333 12,573,375 2,347,012 6,012,758 7,757,740 2,037,507 2,132,868 4;617,321 648,043 3,1
Vehicles--Rented without drivers ........... 1,549,908 1,046,707 52,681 450,520 64,156 520,439 462,112 105,862 55,178 200,673 15,763 7
Vehicles--Rented with drivers .............. 1,097,654 651,432 48,770 397,452 112,707 161,619 377,106 170,108 58,615 141,771 9,684 1
Freight revenue from intercity service--
Truck load I/ ................................ $196,180,562 $107,942,172 $19,013,951 $69,224,439 $17,395,202 44,082,361 $46,464,609 $11,277,222 $8,172,364 $20,280,916 $6,051,348 $23,
Less truck load ............................... $476,480,048 $249,077,787 $44,043,801 $183,358,460 $43,526,310 $96,248,028 $109,303,449 $30,582,063 (27,433,894 $56,512,623 $10,656,199 058,11
Tons of intercity revenue freight billed--
Truck load !/ ................................ 17,174,973 10,708,671 1,229,071 5,237,231 1,768,804 3,885,781 5,054,086 1,440,765 601,876 1,375,631 335,602 1,48
Less truck load ............................... 21,814,023 12,139,636 2,237,909 7,436,478 2,269,352 4,418,640 5,451,644 1,656,346 1,251,322 2,432,137 362,054 1,77
Number of intercity shipments billed--
Truck load V/ ............................ 1,554,851 965,099 124,899 464,853 154,267 332,400 478,432 120,859 55,077 112,540 78,843 9
Less truck load ............................... 82,663,901 40,043,144 8,704,239 33,916,518 7,726,889 14,468,158 17,848,097 6,288,693 5,867,929 11,900,304 1,738,07 8,12

/ ee introductory statement.
SIncludes hours driven by regularly assigned pickup and delivery drivers and hours driven by line haul drivers detached from regular duties and assigned to pickup and delivery service.
Includes miles operated in line haul service by pickup and delivery vehicles driven by line haul drivers or by pickup and delivery drivers temporarily assigned to line haul service.
The term "truck-load" means any shipment which moves on a single bill of lading and weighs 10,000 pounds or more (billed weight).




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952







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














TABLES 15 TO 26-A, INCLUSIVE





These tables are restricted to carriers operating with owned and teased equipment or with purchased transportation. They include carriers
which reported Equipment rents and other Purchased transportation in intercity service 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.

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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 15.-SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AN D EQUIPENT OR PU
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952



All Eastern Southern Western REGI O
Item districts district region district New Middle Rk
England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western I outhweate n Pacific

tber of carriers represented ................ 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13 32
ASSETS
rrent assets Total ......................... $192,385,796 $103,148,713 $28,769,555 $60,467,528 $5,787,012 31,334,001 $66,027,700 $6,147,347 $16,497,571 $12,482,870
ngible property:
Carrier operating property ................. 367,974,742 182,388,738 68,971,068 116,614,936 13,120,164 56,929,259 112,339,315 17,050,323 2,405,796 ,
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ... 158,376,545 76,728,350 28,896,284 52,751,911 6,576,008 25,190,026 44,962,316 9,132,410 12,786,729 6,473,485 6,0
Net carrier operating property ........... 209.598,197 105,660,388 40,074,784 .63,863,025 6,544,156 31,739,233 67.376,999 7,917,913 14,619,067 9,336,402 1 87
Carrier operating property leased to others -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .. -
Nonoarrier property ......................... 3,860,591 1,588,064 425,762 1,846,765 134,462 276,021 1,177,581 387,868 155,529 121,094 438,859
Reserve for depreciation and amortization... 794,830 297,695 93,957 403,178 37,215 74,633 185,847 184,339 27,676 1,03 1
Tetal tangible property less reserve ..... 212,663,958 106,950,757 40,406,589 65,306,612 6,641,403 31,940,621 68,368,733 8,121,442 14,746,920 9,456,093 10,994,169 21,9
tangible property:
Organization, franchises permits and other .. 12,612,669 5,770,334 2,002,265 4,840,070 521,974 1,865,332 3,383,028 912,796 1,303,887 1,003,702 3
Reserve for amortization ................. 6,118,922 2,572,927 967,291 2,578,704 248,897 786,632 1,537,398 451,140 516,259 633,261 253,637 724
Total intangible property less reserve. 6,493,747 3,197,407 1,034,974 2,261,366 273,077 1,078,700 1,845,630 461,656 787,628 370441 99,190 42,
vestment seourities and advanoes Total ..... 21,655,836 10,848,061 1,574,012 9,233,763 530,636 2,560,385 7,757,040 462,067 3,333,491 1,622,260 598,049 347
ferred debits Total ........................ 2,928,341 1,443,778 306,350 1,178,213 139,856 346,721 957,201 75,098 227,951 104,334 253,446 517,3
eoial funds and misoellaneous debits Total. 1,075,839 809,901 197,679 68,259 5,843 11,033 793,025 24,903 12,363 884 24,877 523
Total assete ................................ 437,203,517 226,398,617 72,289,159 138,515,741 13,377,827 67,271,461 145,749,329 15,292,513 35,605,924 24,036,882 23,162,467 40,4179
LIABILITIES
rrent liabilities Total ................... 149,190,017 80,974,948 22,030,909 46,184,160 5,136,502 24,648,101 51,190,345 5,394,161 14,304,715 7,024,280 7,196,18 12,264

vancea payable Total ...................... 13,508,091 9,755,247 1,705,297 2,047,547 1.058,357 2,152,863 6,544,027 702,670 784,004 45,000 61,901 353,97
ulpment and other long-ters obligations:
Equipment obligations ...................... 76,668,625 36,379,709 18,146,426 22,142,490 2,796,537 11,454,755 22,128,417 1,906,542 5,686,861 1,945,015 1,293,219 11.,310,
Bonds and other long-term obligatione ....... 19,683,489 11,083,343 2,064,091 6,536,055 601,810 3,038,576 7,442,957 1,005,074 2,096,141 487,777 1,597,837 1,349,226
Total equipment and other long-term
obligations ........................... 96,352,114 47,463,052 20,210,517 28,678,545 3,398,347 14,493,331 29,571,374 2,911,616 7,783,002 2,432,792 2,891,056 12,660,079
ferred credits Total ....................... 2,903,160 1,722,979 270,760 909,421 67,254 463,861 1,191,864 238,470 114,289 140,054 33,644 32,9
serves for insurance, injuries, lose and
damage, and other Total .................. 7,611,454 3,341,978 1,414,644 2,854,832 208,839 974,076 2,159,063 344,344 747,178 248,751 614,980 899,79
Epital stook and noncorporate capital:
Capital stock Total ..................... 47,320,364 25,659,982 6,049,953 15,610,429 2,650,578 6,436,006 16,573,398 2,128,369 2,621,052 4,638,820 1,372,534 4,849,654
Sole proprietorship oapital ................. 2,558,196 1,628,115 321,260 608,821 411,187 693,521 523,407 123,163 70,227 d 14.307 429,78
Partnership capital .... ................. 2,845,923 2,231,877 116,695 497,351 882,979 1,348,898 27,437 233,820 144,061 92,033
Total capital stook and noncorporate
capital ............................... 52,724,483 29,519,974 6,487,908 16,716,601 3,061,765 8,012,506 18,445,703 2,278,969 2,925,099 4,624,513 1,516,9 5,371,425
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ............................... 4,965,643 2,583,188 915,847 1,466,608 376,706 1,008,488 1,197,994 135,104 256,143 89,235 26,392 959
Earned surplus ......................... .. 109,948,555 51,037,251 19,253,277 39,658,027 70,057 15,518,235 35,448,959 3,287,179 8,691,494 9,432,257 10,721,681 ?, 25,41
Total unappropriated surplus ............. 114,914,198 53,620,439 20,169,124 41,124,635 446,763 16,526,723 36,646,953 3,422,283 8,947,637 9,521,492 10,748,073 8,485,150
Total libilities ...................... 437,203,517 226,398,617 72,289,159 138,515,741 13,377,827 67,271,461 145,749,329 15,292,513 35,605,924 24,036,882 23,162,467 40,417,953

d Debit.




24 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY UOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 16.-INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIES OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN ITECITY
OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R E GI 0 B
It distriots distriot region district Now Middle ,c
n__ and Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Wetern SouthietenM
Number of earriers represented ......................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 1'3
Land and land rights .................................. t11,103,423 06,551,366 $995,541 3.,556,516 $117,736 01,570,427 $4,863,203 *232,599 $497,838 $1,003,371 825,403 6
Structures ............................................. 37,273,754 21,279,266 4,445.533 11,548.955 635,532 5,788,466 14,855.268 1,586,179 2,500,256 1,892,981 3,004,671 2
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 4,861,286 2,670,864 468,764 1,721,658 149,481 748,856 1,772,527 231,431 331,740 377,521 285.930
Investment, less reserve ............................ 32,412,468 18,608,402 3,976,769 9,827,297 486,051 5,039,610 13,082,741 1,354,748 2,168,516 1.515,460 2.718,741 2,
Revenue equipment:
Freight!
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 243,111,221 120,129,770 45,431,734 77,549,717 9,880,934 37,247,814 73,001,022 11,514,972 19,659,587 9,184,654 9,803,65 7,
Additlons and betterments ........................ 51,902,746 24,077,599 12,944,727 14,880,420 1,977,646 8,992,185 13,107,768 1,685,808 3,062,090 2,491,478 1,630,241 6,
Retirements 1/ ................................... 20,466,562 11,754,822 3,302,813 5,408,927 909,951 3,204,019 7,640,852 670,509 1,601,703 987,766 455,272 1,6
Balance at close of year ..................... ....274,547,405 132,452,547 55,073,648 87,021,210 10,948,629 43,035,980 78,467,938 12,530,271 21,119,974 10,688,366 10,978,627 31,7
Reserve for depreoiation ......................... 136,047,272 65,568,623 25.449,585 45,029,064 5,834,543 21,953,903 37,780,177 7,516,911 11,192,234 5,226,638 5.535,430 15,5
Investment, less reserve ...................... 138,500,133 66,883,924 29,624,063 41,992,146 5,114,086 21,082,077 40,687,761 5,013,360 9,927,740 5,461,728 5,443.197 16,
Service cars and equipment ............................. 7,521,181 3,545,670 1,651,049 2,324,462 249,886 1,332,433 1,963.351 418,449 613,011 405,848 266,172 6
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 3,241,522 1,460,314 661,828 1,119,380 107,870 538,139 814,305 216,521 275,096 174,673 144,727 3
Investment, less reserve ............................ 4,279,659 2,085,356 989,221 1,205,082 142,016 794,294 1,149,046 201,928 337,915 231,175 121,445 3
hop and garage equipment ............................... 4,285,169 2,027,304 689,305 1,568,560 191,041 574,125 1,262,138 274,542 300,160 295,291 184,493 5
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 2,328,003 1,136,093 314,824 877,086 137,105 328,272 670,716 181,665 125,295 177,858 98,587 2


Furniture and office equipment ....................... 15,287,245 7,906,238 2,946,892 4,434,115 413,371 2,371,794 5,121,073 633,596 1,228,713 637,202 768,777 1,5
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 5,950,003 3,113,459 1,009,285 1,827,259 197,501 902,143 2,013,815 343,358 457,946 238,554 251,885 5
Investment, less reserve ........................... 9,337,242 4,792,779 1,937,607 2,606,856 215,870 1,469,651 3,107,258 290,238 770,767 398,648 516,892 63
Miscellaneous equipment ................................ 7,864,722 4,091,940 1,335,438 2,437,344 156,435 1,157,917 2,777,588 482,766 563,797 319,678 349,708 7
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 3,123,476 1,503,383 522,468 1,097,625 76,127 419,659 1,007,597 252,881 250,690 137,219 134,567 3
Investment, less reserve ............................ 4,741,246 2.588,557 812,970 1,339,719 80,308 738,258 1,769,991 229,885 313,107 182,459 215,141 39
Improvements to leasehold property ..................... 8538,573 3,795,184 1,459,510 3,283,879 242,158 929,648 2,623,378 880,431 482,419 380,879 813,060 72
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 2,808,900 1,268,370 469,530 1,071,000 73,381 299,054 895,935 389,643 152,754 141,022 152,944 2
Investment, less reserve ............................ 5,729,673 2,526,814 989,980 2,212,879 168,777 630,594 1,727,443 490,788 329,665 239,857 660,116 49
Undistributed property ..............................
Reserve for depreciation ................................
Investment, less reserve ............................ -
Unfinished construction .................. ......... 1,553,270 739,223 374,152 439,895 165,376 168,469 405,378 11,490 99,628 186,271 805 14
Total investment in carrier operating property ......... 367,974,742 182,388,738 68,971,068 116,614,936 13,120,164 56,929,259 112,339,315 17,050,323 27,405,796 15,809,887 17,191,716 39,1
Reerve for depreciation ........................... ... 158,360,462 76,721,106 28,896,284 52,743,072 6,576,008 25,190,026 44,955,072 9132,410 12,785,755 6,473,485 6,604,070 17,
Reserve for amortiztion ............................. 16,083 7,244 8,839 7,244 974
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserves for depreciation and amortization .. 209,598,197 105,660,388 40,074,784 63,863,025 6,544,156 31,739,233 67,376,999 7,917,913 14,619,067 9,336,402 10,587,646 21,0

SThe differencesbetween the amounts shown 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 DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 17.--INCOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED QUIPMENT OR PRASED
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R E I O S
Ite districts district region district England AtMlanti Central Northwestern Mid-eter Southwester Paci

Number of carriers represented ................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16i ..
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenues
Operating revenues ................................. $1,323,505,477 $748,818,700 $206,305,469 $368,381,308 $39,937,752 $215,099,841 $493,781,107 $50,501,709 $113,412,679 $49,662,036 $56,80
Expenses
Operation and maintenance expenses ................. 1,171,700,617 673,272,514 178,687,164 319,740,939 35,333,582 192,157,424 445,781,508 45,257,795 102,439,534 41,449,079 46922,301 ,
Depreoiation expense ............................... 42,843,867 20,878,804 8,923,387 13,041,676 1,522,801 6,554,275 12,801,728 1,815,589 3,407,458 1,853,354 1,704395
Depreciation adjustment .............. ...... ... 1.778.737 d 973.977 d 02, 2030 d 72.643 d 277.129 d 624.205 d 138.708 111.007
Amortization chargeable to operations .............. 16,391 7,742 8,649 32 7,710 8,3 -77
Operating taxes and licenses ....................... 54,793,956 25,078,849 10,112,558 19,602,549 1,844,595 7,993,873 15,240,381 2,325.370 4,371,853 2.594,999 3,368,61 6, ,
Total expensee ................................ 1,267,576,094 718,263,932 197,420,379 351,891,783 38,628,335 206,428,475 473,207,122 49,268,059 110,108,015 45,859,390 51,971,907 94,
Net operating revenue ......................... 55,929,383 30,554,768 8,885,090 16,489,525 1,309,417 8,671,366 20,573,985 1,233,650 3,304,664 3,802,646 4,836,413 3,311
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit ......... 466,377 283,550 22,132 160,695 76,887 206,663 25,196 57,076 7,053 49,370 22,00
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit.......... 41,209 18,107 23,102 12,175 5,932 14,119 7,683 1,300 --
Net carrier operating income .................. 55,504,215 30,289,325 8,862,958 16,351,932 1,309,417 8,606,654 20,373,254 1,222,573 3,255,271 3,796,893 4,787,043 3,290,152
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
Income from noncarrler operations--Net ............. 210,161 89,670 11,589 108,902 d 15712 89,111 16,271 29,335 54,459 15821 42,844 d
Interest income ....................................29,504 171,309 30,637 227,558 2,180 36,591 132,538 7,266 52,448 10 3 16,751
Dividend income ................................... 128,639 23,211 49 105,379 31 23,180 101,006 12 4,361
Other nonoperating income .......................... 66,230 54,193 12,037 3 33.743 20,447 4,535 5,228 2,274
Total other ordinary income ................. 834,534 338,383 42,275 453,876 d 13.529 159,476 192,436 41,136 112,135 194,493 59,607 46,505
Gross ordinary income ......................... 56,338,749 30,627,708 8,905,233 16,805,808 1,295,888 8,766,130 20,565,690 1,263,709 3,367,406 3,991,386 4,846,650 3,336,657
DEDUCTIONS FROM ORDINARY INCOME
Interest ........................................... 5,401,182 2,646,800 996,440 1,757.942 208,283 763,073 1,675,444 258,234 481,193 203,940 133,327 681,248
Amortization of debt discount and expense .......... 22,105 17,777 506 3,822 1,179 9,948 6,650 116 1,346 1,070 1,290
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ........... 1,020 1,020 120
Other deductione ................................... 3,268,348 2,228,336 368,757 671,255 35,241 409,862 1,783,233 73,743 168,293 50,308 83,009 295,902
Total deductions from ordinary income .......... 8,690,615 4,892,913 1,365,703 2,431,999 244,703 1,182,883 3,465,327 331,977 649,602 255,594 217,406 977,420
Net ordinary income ............................ 47,648,134 25,734,795 7,539.530 14,373,809 1,051,185 7,583,247 17,100,363 931,732 2,717,804 3,735,792 4,629,244 2,359,237
EXTRAORDINARY INCOME
Extraordinary income credits ....................... 1,358,016 481,289 259,750 616,977 28,076 84,612 368,601 61,214 175,603 22,277 14,128 43,755
Extraordinary income charges ....................... 553,559 169,908 31,046 352,605 11,974 30,439 127,495 27,563 125,592 14,470 44,106 140,874
Delayed income credits .............................. 3,651,262 502681 42,356 3.106,225 26,997 139,327 336,357 965,364 1,644,834 49,078 328,995 117,95
Delayed income charges .............................927,295 661,254 58,363 207,678 100,662 89,440 471,152 1,767 126,285 16,434 63,192
Total extraordinary income ................... 3,528,424 152,808 212,697 3,162,919 d 57.563 104,060 106,311 997,248 1,568,560 40,451 299,017 257,643
Net income before income taxes ............... 51,176,558 25,887,603 7,752,227 17,536,728 993,622 7,687,307 17,206,674 1,928,980 4,286,364 3,776,243 4,928,261 2,616,88
Income taxes / .................................... 26,541,881 14,313,901 3,974,375 8,253,605 311,198 4,277,148 9,725,555 461,209 1,485,165 2,113,369 2,728,728 1,465,134
Net income .................................... 24,634,677 11,573,702 3,777,852 9,283,123 682,424 3,410,159 7,481,119 1,467,771 2,801,199 1,662,874 2,199,533 1,151,746
Operating ratio 2/ ...................... (percent) 95.77 95.92 95.69 95.52 96.72 95.97 95.83 97.56 97.09 92.34 91.49 96.62
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends .......................................... 15,686,206 $3,967,172 $498,228 $1,220,806 $34,250 $632,380 3,300,542 $20,040 $17,590 $312,000 $604,336 $266,81
Withdrawals .................. ................. 1,149,455 827,490 110,753 211,212 23,638 312,548 491,304 78,004 56,210 31 6,400 70,567
Total dividends and withdrawals ............... 6,835,661 4,794,662 608,981 1,432,018 57,888 944,928 3,791,846 98,044 73,800 312,031 610,736 337,07

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




26 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 18.-OPERATING REVENUES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western _RE GI 0 N
Item districts district region district New Middle' Ro ky
_England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern M ou
Number of carriers represented .......................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13
Freight revenue-Intercity-Common carrier .............. (1,312,372,496 $742,916,646 $205,445,078 $364,010,772 039,407,346 $213,258,962 $490,250,338 $50,297,284 $112,669,195 $48,827,825 $56,602,o91
Freight revenue-Intercity-Contract carrier ............ 1.359,065 730,174 254,782 374,109 443,131 287,043 58,602 169,841 -
Freight revenue-Local cartage ............................ 5,501,907 2,341,740 84,639 3,075,528 469,971 515,363 1,356,406 58,718 300,382 742,998 147,247
Interoity Transportation for other Class I motor carriers 2,080,041 1,330,788 273,037 476,216 3,161 339,726 987,901 16,458 172,630 8,905 29,909
Other operating revenue ................................... 2,191,968 1,499,352 247,933 444,683 57,274 542,659 899,419 70,647 100,631 82,308 29,073
Total operating revenues .............................. 1,323,505,477 748,818,700 206,305,469 368,381,308 39,937,752 215,099,841 493,781,107 50,501,709 113,412,679 49,662,036 56,808.320 9








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, 1952


Item All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N S
districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern P
England Atlantic N id-eser.Sut.strn.....
Number of carriers represented .......................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13
Operating taxes and licensee:
easoline, other fuel and oil taxes ................. $.. 20,629,179 $8,845,994 $4,854,471 $6,928,714 $762,814 $2,916,274 $5,166,906 (890,418 $1,522,513 $1,171,367 $1,283,639 82,
Vehicle license and registration fees .................. 18,579,278 7,599,246 2,731211 8,248,821 311,923 2,364.588 4,922,735 886,431 1,662,006 741,074 1,478051 3,
Real estate and personal property taxes .............. 2,207,840 1,114,078 365,793 727,969 153,040 160,372 800,666 123,370 187,272 127,202 144,777
Social security taxes ................................ 11,558,285 6,351,73 1,927,565 3,278,983 548,005 1,820,598 3,983,134 414,698 868,542 527,710 451,535 ,
Other taxes .......................................... 1,819,374 1,167,794 233,518 418,062 68,813 732,041 366,940 10,453 131,520 27,646 10,689
Total operating taxes and licenses ................ 54,793,956 25,078,849 10,112,558 19,602,549 1,844,595 7,993,873 15,240,381 2,325,370 4,371,853 2,594,999 3,368,691 6,
Provision for income taxes: y/
Federal income taxes:
Normal tax and urtax ............................. 22,847,981 12,359,820 3,372,171 7,115,990 255,027 3,506,171 8,598,622 384,341 1,250,572 1,710,522 2,484,647 1,
Excess profits tax ................................ 3,060,260 1,701,909 390,039 968,312 19,340 596,878 1,085,691 56,889 214,748 345,306 202,639
Total Federal income taxes ..................... 25,908,241 14,061,729 3,762,210 8,084,302 274,367 4,103,049 9,684,313 441,230 1,465,320 2,055,828 2,687,286 1,4
State income taxes ................................... 597,753 213,719 212,165 171,869 36,325 148,540 28,854 19,979 19,819 57,541 41,442
Other income taxes ................................... 35,887 38,453 d 2.566 506 25,559 12,388 26 -
Total provision for income taxes .................. 26,541,881 14,313,901 3,974,375 8,253,605 311,198 4,277,148 9,725,555 461,209 1,485,165 2,113,369 2,728,728 1,
Total taxes .................................... ... 81,335,837 39,392,750 14,086,933 27,856,154 2,155,793 12,271,021 24,965,936 2,786,579 5,857,018 4,708,368 6,097,419 8,

S es not include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
a 0redit.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABL 20.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGOHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASEDQUM R P AD A
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G 1 t > H _
item distriots distriot region distriot MN a dei Central ort.este .r.n M.. ..stern ...e..e.....

Mumber of oarriers represented ................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 1

Supervision .................................. $3,932,19 $2,047073 $615,711 $1,269,410 $98.744 $493.132 $1,455197 223490 $389,150 $219,92
oice and other expenses ........................ 337,604 161,830 60147 15,627 12,379 45,682 103,769 23,794 21,422 20,886 170
Repairs and servlcing--Revenue equipment ......... 80,332,328 36,865,994 14.480,968 28.985,366 2,811,797 10,854,887 23,199,310 3980023 7,89,82
Tires and tubea--Revenue equipment ............... 36855,130 16,442,243 8,507,677 11,905,210 1,086,656 5.168,084 10,187,503 1,458,823 3,449,099 1,970,)6 1
Other maintenanoe expenses ...................... 4,280.168 2,118,004 787,062 1,375,102 121.597 688,043 1,308,364 273,416 308,928 206,66
Operating rents -- ... ................. .332,550 756,887 200,499 375.164 87,385 264,469 405,033 123,947 3o 2227
Joint garage expense--Debit ................. .. 74,715 15,291 1.800 57.624 14,091 1,200 -
Joint garago expense--Credit ............. ..... .... ..42,260 18,219 4,913 19,128 3,125 12.975 2.119
Total ......................................... 127,102,429 58,389,103 24,648,951 44,064,375 4,229,524 17,502,522 36,657,057 6.083.493 129,06 6,221,08 ,7109 91
TRANSPORTATION
Supervision .................. .............. 13,019,995 8,636,091 1,481,892 2,902,012 459,910 2,375,023 5,801,158 439,836 769,650 42056 421
Offloe and other expenaea ................ ..... 1,236,441 539,009 157,836 539,596 16,102 179,918 342,989 176,811 164,689 47,350 781
Drivero and helpers ............................. 254,746,010 143,961.008 38,203,272 72.581.730 9.627,162 40,510,143 93,823,703 10,361,495 211143,662 ,176,654 9,2754 3
Fuel for revenue equipment ..................... 43,901,191 20,705325 9.130,611 14,065,255 1.733312 6,489.489 12,482,524 2.059,982 3,709,636 213,9 2,47837
11 for revenue equipment ...................... 2,638,277 1,094,286 501,298 1,042,693 95.619 349,573 649,094 157,091 226,724 89,839 13,4
Purchased transportation ......................... 327.953.987 218,699,971 40,375,288 68,878,728 6,189.931 61,94,529 150,565.511 8,562,839 28,8,791 6,638,670 9,97 ,
Other transportation cxpenses ................... 16,550,327 9,770,349 1.919.567 4,860,411 852.329 3,287,099 5 1630,921 9,236 1,406,643 655 1,7,08
Operating rent ..................................... 798,258 443,778 180,806 173,674 82,698 200,360 160,70 32,612 42.,59 38.324 10i331
Total .... .. ............ ... ..... 660,844,486 403,849,817 91,950,570 165,044,099 19,057,063 115,336,114 269,456,640 22,184,902 56,339.394 19.954,045 24,478 ,296 4,087,462
TERMINAL
Supervison ................................... 54656,255 28,778,923 8,924.143 16953189 1415537 7248,028 20,115,358 2,268,60 5,178901 2,478,60 2 ,21 82,6
Supervlsory salaries .......................... 18,447,422 10,501,439 3.074,565 4.871.418 600,306 2,823,090 7,078.043 736,839 1,637,471 862,924 700 853 933. U3
Salarles and fees-Cilln and olleotlng ...... 24,09,592 12,032,653 4093,02 7.93.907 574 127 2,825,203 8.63,323 1206,773 2.198841 1,252,234 1,162,615 213
Other ofice employees ........................ 12 149,241 6 244831 1756,56 4,147,86 24104 1599,735 4,403,992 325,028 142589 363,302 253
Ofotfi and other expene .................... 7,239,87 3867888 1.225,985 2,146,001 155,246 906,228 2,806,414 289,674 632,151 278,3 321,632 62
alaries and ages--Flatform employeee ........... 896765 767 47,052.472 14.764,940 27,948,355 2,518,921 12,553,806 31,979,75 4,36,580 7,739,892 3,223,81 ,9
Other terminal employees ......................... ,878,445 2,192,086 747,777 938,582 145,336 584,338 1,462,12 119,177 265,05 70,632 118,373 36995
Commlseion agents ........................ .. 6302,11 3,170116 1,000,79 2131,824 61979 1,045,112 2063,025 621889 555,023 51228 30199 141,1
Other terminal expenses ......................... .9.952.946 5.,366,693 1,514,535 3.071.718 3225 383142 3657226 529,110 1,097,852 35,909 413128 695,719
Operating ren..... ................................. 11,764,o94 6,88,767 1817,12 3 81 46964 1,9731 ,27 1,335 8,0 9705
Joint terminal facilities--Debit ..... 998.741 110,918 3,830 883,993 17,949 48.62 44,507 3,011 15,100 563,457 302425
Joint terminal facilities-Credit ..... .209,84 96,459 1,00 112,375 5,919 7.951 82,589 228 74,034 33 1,74 3 96
Total ..................... ......... .... 184,348,357 97,031,404 29,997.851 57,319,102 5,096,338 25.734.478 66,200,588 8,705,127 16,745,726 7,920,907 9,072.391 14,874951
TRAFFIC
Supervlsion ..................................... 22,842,091 12,577,280 3,788275 6,476,536 786,879 3,024.807 8,765,594 932,615 1946,374 107,89 87700 1,645,952
Offioe and other expenses ............. ........... 9,323577 4987088 1,79,298 2,857,191 289,454 1,21,10 3,456,528 452172 938089 447,52 348,539 670,819
Tariffs and nohcdules ............................ 2,045,708 1,219,830 310,291 515,587 57,192 368.128 794,510 86,709 194,555 78,649 1,202 4,472
Advertising .... ............................. 3,246,301 1.743,028 565,934 937,339 92,505 524,404 1,126,119 123,859 307,67 104,251 108212 293,650
Other trafflo expenses ...............I .......... .3,145,873 2,16,190 362,916 618,767 109,310 765,951 1,288,929 94:,0,33 324:18 67,14 29491 103,683
Operating rento ... ............. ..... 149405 87.262 26,155 35,988 10,429 60,846 35,987 8,172 5,489 6,130 816 15,31
Total .................. .......... 40,752,955 22,778,678 6,532,869 11,441,408 1,345.769 5,965,242 15,467,667 1,697,560 3,716,292 1,781,639 1,411,960 2,833,95
INSURANCE AND SAFETY

8 'it? iiffi 2Z8,567 1,47 9, 3 :1 1 g7 81 1 5 806 7 40 82
Supervslon ..................................... 5,359,539 2,808619, 1,03.567 1.72.383 82,165 659,777 2,066.677 264,136 503.,9 9 22.3199 188.,62 40,2
Sffloe and other xpenses ........................ 1881,246 966,845 142 552.859 17.000 208,1 650 74.1195 61.037 205,916 47i436 62Ii46 1
Publio liab-lity and property damage ............. 27,593,017 17,7879,13 4,2,9076 5.35,828 975.166 5 521.969 11,289,978 856,157 1 8,831 70 5 52894 1665
Workmen's compensation ......................9.... 7,462,074 4,178,119 990.280 2,293.675 423 461 1, 26,877 2, 327,781 33 0 159396 28,199 2588,736 92,5
Cargo los and damage ........................... 24,5137,22 12,67060 4,191,630 7,271.832 655162 3.496.992 8521,906 ,00,33 2,55 3929 1,139,44 1078,60 1, 89,77
Fire, theft and oollislon ......................... .4,338,415 2,408,315 763,248 1,166,852 188,327 742,874 1,477,114 132,979 '436,522 78,? 172,011 346,596







offire ,ad other a cpine ........ ....... 4. 11,885,08 6,429,348 2,0418725 ?, 11,965 4821 2,?732 ?'91720 224090 4M3980 1*3,013 1, 36S.2S2
Eenses--General,; :429 215,263 33,80,313 810,62 1 1 7 9 187 2 1 63.38 150 30. 36,3I
Other Insuranne expense .......................... 855,916 497,224 143,429 21263313 1 62.02 3015869 9 84,90 19,800 54,40
Other Insurane and safety department expeses ... 238,791 160,914 40,410 37467 9,20 41,535 109,959 964 20,679 3,541 7,110 1 173
Operating rents ................................ 1.339,544 28,684 15,519 19,341 844 9.688 18,152 4,6 7 ,35,81 5 806 525 44 9 2
Total ......................................... 71,930,06. 41,509,893 12,036,701 18,383,470 2,384,858 12,270,404 26,854,631 2,694,346 5.941,970 2,552309 2,360,967 4,833,878
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENEIRAL
Supervison ...................................... 43,508,245 25,677948 6,529,159 11,301138 1,766570 8,151,72 1, ,006 2.46200 35 1, 029 1,295357 2872,118
Salari--Genel of e .................... 19,919.88 12 ,89,629 2,890.624 4 ,639605 905,50 4,106096 7, 083 9 6 1,502,8 6:867 491,117 1057,3
Salare--Revenue aoounting.................... 9081569 5 001,:0 1,555,015 2:525149 366553 166716 2 970136 443,736 588,203 4.25 2 06 1 029
Salarles--Other general offloe employees 14,506,818 8,286,91 2,083,520 4,136,384 494,567 2,380,560 5,411,787 662,000 1,462,:387 n ?
Offlos and other expenses ........................ 11,883,08 6,429.348 2,041,725 3,41i,965 484,821 2,027,320 3,917,207 589,586 1,073514 18,60392 +
Expenses--General offioers ..................... 4788 2,380,801 800,686 1,297,353 215.124 781.968 1,383,709 224,090 43,980 143,013 0 361,222
Expenses--General offos employees ........... 616,606 308,568 115,282 192,756 17,23 83904 207,431 22,810 5 388 50,243 9,970 46,345
Other general offle expenses ................. 78592 3739.979 1.125.752 7 1921,856 252.030 1,161.3448 2,326,067 342,686 367 225,31 2 .59
a expenses t ................................... 1 21.650,426 1,498,731 87,020 7640.675 99.076 16,813 982,842 108,641 351,231 125,260 138 3
Outside auditing expenses ........................ 1339955 838,267 231,648 270,040 137 322.952 351.178 42,151 69,31 3 4 26914
Communioation servlce .......... ....... 13.979,552 8,093.170 2.1181051 3,767,631 537.908 2,247,142 5.08,120 496,228 1,352,41 4+ 79,7?6 +83,?79 9
Employees welfare expense .................... 7,625,714 4,19 ,247 1,00.156 2,032,311 142,576 1,118,279 2,932,392 357,100 591,291 24,501 200386 69,03
Management and supervision fees .................. 226,064 6,457 15061 54546 9,861 o65 109,531 10460 249 387
nolleotib1e re. e s................................. 930,354 362,120 146,318 421,916 37,578 164,707 159,835 31,382 150,948 35,922 92,605 111,059
Regulatory expenses491,05 136,923 47,155 307,227 7,572 57,723 71,628 23,542 58,198 19,1 1 18
Purchasing and store. .pense.................... d 16.711 d 44.524 84 2,01 8,732 27.494 124 d 3.211 1 59,661 d 12
ex77penses ... ...... d 10-51.184 2,051 d.361 12it66 143,
Other goeneral expenses ........................... 3 7 49,307 870442 014 545,361 1131,22 1279,636 21702
OperatIng rents 1...................... .,12162 662,311 199.146 260,168 43,049 235,427 383,835 56,917 97270 22,438 2
25.. . . . . . . 14,965 -
Joint operating expense--Deblt ........... ...... 4,944 25,459 17,485 3,806 21,6J3 2,520
JoInt operating expene--- Credit1. .................,261 100,318 700 2,24 989 82 120 1.800 M 5.
Total ........................................ 86,722,326 49.713,619 13,520,222 23,488,485 3,220,030 1,348,664 31,1441,925 3.892,367 7,567,087 301911 2887, 61223
Grand total ................................... 1,171,.700,617 673,272,514 178687,164 319.7?40,939 35,333582 192.157424 45,781,508 45,257,795 102,39,534 1, 9,179 46,922,301 83620

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28 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 21.-PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western B EGION S
Item districts district region district New Middle Central Northwesten Md-W n Sn R y
_England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Weetern Southwestern tlntaat Paclfi

Number of carriers recresented ............ ........ 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13 32
DEBITS
Equipment rents--Intercity--With drivers .......... $155,381,134 $101,484,460 S23,998,167 $29,898,507 $2,873,010 $35,707,556 $62,903,894 $3,594,400 $13,392,348 *1,961,959 6,417?,291 $4,532,509
Equipment rents--Intericty--Without drivers ....... 119,522,170 80,373,704 11,257,038 27,891,428 581,922 17,486,882 62,304,900 2,895,616 11,871,403 2,143,738 3,598,095 7,382,576
Other purchased transportation--Intercity:
Payments to motor carriers and others .......... 4,331,925 3,441,825 77,784 812,316 716,436 2,098,156 627,233 236,910 37,161 350,681 66,328 121,236
Payments to railroads and water carriers ....... 2,790,185 912,002 1,866 1,876,317 777,554 10,358 124,090 191,394 417927 1,263,736 606 2,654
Equipment rents--Pickup and delivery--With drivers. 15,974,347 12,406,991 1,369,019 2,196,337 211,222 3,612,329 8.585,1l40 286,072 937,954 187,942 95.237 689,132
Equipment rents-Pickup and delivery-Without
drivers ........................................ 12,004,965 8,880,500 1,202,120 1,922,345 161,586 2,339.274 6,379,640 153,647 719,099 68,521 480,508 500,570
Other purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to motor carriers and others .......... 23,797,488 15,612,068 2,695,639 5,489,781 1,010,031 3,250,194 11,351,843 1,345,850 1,678,057 821,932 652,362 991 ,80
Allowances to shippers ........................ 418,781 201,348 91,611 125,822 66 23,739 177,543 11,191 15,489 81,211 8,454 9,:77
Total debits.................................... 334,220,995 223,314,898 40,693,244 70,212,853 6,331,827 64,528,488 152,454,583 8.715,080 29,069,438 6,879,720 11,318,881 14,229,734
CREDITS
Equipment rents--Credit:
Rents receivable for intercity revenue vehicles. 3.605,234 2,042,414 276,717 1,286,103 134,590 459,821 1,448,003 149,511 190.597 239,315 305,398 401,282
Rents receivable for pickup and delivery
revenue vehicles .............................. 2,661,774 2,572.513 41,239 48,022 7,306 2,124,138 441,069 2,730 3,050 1,735 38.511 1,996
Total credits .................................. 6,267,008 4,614,927 317,956 1,334,125 141,896 2,583,959 1.889,072 152,241 193,647 241,050 343,909 403,278
Net debits .................................... 327.953,987 218,699,971 40,375,288 68,878,728 6,189,931 61,944,529 150,565,511 8,562,839 28,875,791 6,638,670 10,974,972 13,826,456


















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, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western E G I 0 N S
Ite districts district region district New Middle Rocky
_England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific
Number of carriers represented .................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13 32
Depreciation of structures ........................ 1,390,040 $743,612 $186,963 $459,465 830.238 $187,924 (525,450 $72,565 $91,814 $61,516 $102,235 $131,335
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Freight ........ 36,196,702 17,584,303 7,689,047 10,923,352 1,346,692 5,569,347 10,668,264 1,430,823 2.888,481 1,550,487 1,327,493 3,726,068
Depreciatlon of revenue equipment--Passenger ....... -
Depreciation of revenue equipment--Combination ....- -
Dereciaton of service cars and equipment ........ 1,483,805 703,963 320,439 459,403 49,246 273,804 380,91 84,374 140,111 79169 40,661 115,088
DepreScation of shop and garage equipment ......... 380,359 184,413 65,165 130,781 14.944 50015 119.454 23072 24617 24509 16,223 42,360
Depreition of furniture and office equipment .... ,222 684,518 254,315 403389 32,606 209,399 442,513 61,456 120,057 $4,641 66,916 100,319
Depeiaton of misellnou- equipment ........... ,097,497 561,893 209,147 326,457 21,911 159,745 380,237 70,7399 7,8 42,127 45,251 80,451
Deprecation of improvements to leasehold property. 953,242 416102 198,311 338.829 27,164 1,4O1 284,897 72,560 ,89 40,905 105,616 65.259
Depreciation f undietrbuted poperty ............ ,5 ,4 1
Total............................................ 42,843,867 20,878.804 8,923,387 13,041,676 1,522,801 6,554,275 12.801,728 1,815,589 3,407t458 1,853,354 1.70"4,395 4,260_880
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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABLE 24.--REVENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR COMMON CARRIERS OF GENlERAL FREIGHT EGAED TER C
OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQVIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N S
Item districts district region distriot New Middlehwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ro c
__ __ England Atlantic Central Northwestern id-Wetern ut

f arriers represented ..................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 13
ent quired during the year:
S- Number of units ...............1,656 641 375 640 58 293 290 81 120 144 20
Cost .......................... $3,700,885 $1,432,086 $825,218 $1.443,581 $154,218 0729,922 $547,946 $126,684 $169,326 0329,814 133,6
Sractors Number of units ............... 4,117 2,082 988 1,047 123 633 1,326 161 247 229 116
Cost .................... ... .. $19,691,299 68,277,965 $5,519,357 $5,893,977 $607,047 $3,244,272 84,426,646 $535.339 $865,346 41,264,466 755 473,219
ilers Number of units ............... 6,672 3 668 1,521 1,483 287 1,235 2,146 244 439 191 168 4
Cost .......................... $26,688,940 $13,637,014 $6,448,761 $6,603,165 $1,252,205 $4,741,372 $7,743,437 5947,464 $1,722,494 $818.516 $690,261 $2
railers Number of units ............... 82 29 53 29 14
Cost .......................... .295,448 $112 123 $183,325 $112,123 $12,49 $17
requipment Cost ......................... 0389,001 $96,206 $3,671 $289,124 $37,827 $13,645 $44,734 $57,286 $99,949 65 131
al cost of all equipment acquired ......... $50,765,573 $23,555,394 $12,797,007 $14,413,172 $1,951,297 48,729,211 $12,874,886 $1,666,773 $2,857,115 $2,412,7196 $1,592,841 $583,
nt retired during the year:
u Number of units ............... 1,055 483 185 387 54 140 289 46 90 81 33 13
Cost ........................... $1,468,145 $679,520 $259,603 $529,022 $60,715 $220,464 $398,341 $56,098 $95,171 $122,844 $57,90 97,
Stractors Nuber of.units ............... 2,680 1,639 425 616 90 368 1,181 79 195 152 6 1
Cost .......................... $8,774,497 4,493,339 $1,750,994 62,530,164 $400,161 1,311,152 $2,782,026 $247,576 $624,884 $621,596 $179949 $856,15
itailers Number of units ............... 4,062 2,926 459 677 190 667 2,069 105 231 115 62 1
Cost .......................... 09,688,291 $6,416,669 $1,254 075 $2,017,547 $414,773 $1,643,926 44,357,970 0256,384 4855,765 $210,626 0202,243 492,52 III
Strailers Number of units ............... 43 3 40 3 2 3
Cost .......................... 90,742 $3,233 87,509 -- $3,233 62,715 184,794
Sequipment Cost .......................... $178,848 $34,014 $2,372 $142,462 V1,913 $4,903 $27,198 477,975 $25,253 $19,755 217 $19,262
tal cost of all equipment retired I/ ....... $20,200,523 411,626,775 $3,267,044 $5,306,704 8877,562 $3,180,445 $7,568,768 4638,033 01,601,073 $974,821 $443,030 (1,649,747
nt owned at close of year:
us Number of units ............... 11,855 4,608 2,357 4,890 528 1,850 2,230 635 1,130 953 559 1,613
Cost .......................... $24,877,680 $9,869,662 4,965,352 $10,042,666 11,145,122 $4,356,896 $4,367,644 1,,006,749 $1,601,595 $1,847,188 51,201,865 44,385,269
i tractors Number of units ............... 24,226 12,832 4,660 6,734 1,010 3,809 8,013 1,168 1,978 1,027 777 1,784
Cost .......................... $100,854,515 $46,422,243 $21,051,024 $33,381,248 $4,503,539 $17,188,345 $24,730,359 $4,606,865 $7,025,742 $4,564,957 $4,281,369 $12,902,315
trailers Number of units ............... 44,584 25,016 8,255 11,313 1,702 7,021 16,293 1,938 3,620 1,321 1,252 3,182
-Cost .......................... 145,505,271 $75,168,026 $29,008,977 $41,328,268 $5,234,640 $21,385,333 $48,548,053 $6,498,288 $12,103,850 $4,260,733 15,381,220 $13,084,177
Strailers Number of units ............... 439 215 224 2 1 212 35 189
-Cost .......................... 1,268,002 $537,820 $730,182 $1,000 $813 $536,007 87,416 $642,766
r equipment Cost .......................... 2,041,937 4454,796 848,295 $1,538,846 $64,328 $104,593 $285,875 $418,369 $388,787 $15,488 026,757 4689,445
>tal cost of all equipment owned ............ 8274,547,405 $132,452,547 $55,073,648 $87,021,210 $10,948,629 $43,035,980 $78,467,938 $12,530,271 $21,119,974 $10,688,366 $10,978,627 131,703,972

Sfootnote No. 1 to table 16.




30 STATISTICS OrF CLASS I OTOR CARRIERS or PROPERTa FOR TE UER maNDIED UuSDx0 31, 1952
TABLE 25.--EPLOYEES: AVERAGE NUMBE, TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENBATION BS CLASSES -
COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EOQIPMENT OR PUROBABED TRAuSPORTATIO
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All distriot Eastern dlstrlct Southern region Western distriot .He England raeio Mid. Atlantl 9
ls.flatg of Aeerge 0 To Aeag Arg | Toal Average |e A Total Aveg Aerrgae ATTr.B
ubr hour annual rt hours annual nTotal Total A e Total
_num__ber__ honual_ nhoe _ual number h__ annual number hours T annu nucber hor- n
of or days compen- of or dys 0o0- pen- of or days oompen- of or days e. oos.. o or s o en- nul o I
ofpor a of or dys Btt..satin san O -ti- -p- oomp
e 0loees at. id for t sato atin elorees aid for Na on atlonon.m Plye. Paid or n ation employes. s a for ation t
u o or of carrler. rpresented ............... 527 324 74 129 33 119
Equlpaeot maintenanoe and garaoe!
Supersory ..... 472 140,167 (2.807,358 5,948 256 74,668 1,547,3186.44 71 21,279 (397,56 $5,598 145 44,220 (862,584 (5.949 12 62797 $6,389(7673 14
Xoohonlo (Ino(luding worklng ,orefmn) ...... 6.0 14.813,519 26.09288 27 2.966 7,250.809 12,989,157 4,379 1,050 2,688,075 3i969,054 3.780 2.014 4,874,635 9.134,669 4,536 286 717745 10180.18 4. 126 829 92 2H.0
S ......................... 85 37227 3.569752 62 33 1,008.294 1581,415 3,652 210 5215 691,508 3293 342 81171 196829 392 10 33 611
...... employees.2.372.27 3:569.W 6 3.2 ill 1 552,515 618 2)8 3,361 25
Othere (inoluding elerlal employes) .... 79 1,07225 1,525 3,185 178 379.361 528.678 2.970 120 294,716 358, 2986 181 398548 63888 3528 17 3 2 37?751 2281 41 95 1
Transportatlon:
uper ory................. ...... 2.03 595,618 111.163.213 5.491 1.429 411.835 7,760,992 5,431 241 75.189 1240136 146 363 108,9 2,162,085 5,956 82 22.214 455 702 ,557 436 123 710 22,
Dr urs--Lioe haul 2 .................... 28089 72.827.957 145.230.33 5,170 15.198 39,998,18 77.80.777 5.119 4,806 12,155956 23 4,707 887 8,085 2067385 4 1,847 545 9 2508982 7 10
Crivers-Pickup n dellvery ............ 25.983 62,08,980 108.203,741 4.164 15,015 35.599,655 65,796 897 ,,82 4,062 9,960.327 14,278,017 3.515 6,906 16,52,998 28,128,827 4 073 1,217 3,030,515 5,469,910 .'95 4,699 11,1 .020 20,06
Drivers~ i 25"ii 98;3:::: ;2M4.980 32 72 10 0 92 5 315 91469
Helprs-Pleup an llr ............... 575 1,315.829 1.8,7.031 3212 276 612,026 960.274 379 240 574,314 653,247 2.722 59 129,9 23310 3958 32 0.772 102.153 3,192 25 51
Other. (Including olorloeal eploy ...... 516 1,158,982 190598 3.694 236 554 903 959,296 4.065 93 189.09 295.252 3,175 187 414.985 651,36 3." 2. 2j
Terminal:
S ror ory .............................. D 3,351 987.583 18.658.604 5.568 1,794 519,362 10.544,813 5,878 602 182,000 3,069,359 5.099 955 286,221 5,044,432 5,282 114 30,866 628,409 .512 475 133,867 2,
latfor eloy ......................... 2277 52.939620 86.?38.836 3,809 11.538 26,032.249 45,223.867 3,920 4,64 10945,423 14,522.960 3,253 6,772 15,961.948 26,992,009 3,986 529 1,264,063 2,118,245 4 ,004 3,17'0 724 12'
Cler l ........... ... 11060 24,621,5 3.530,057 3.122 5,60 12,159.196 17,625,353 3.125 1.910 4,572.598 5,718.580 2,99 3.510 7,889,651 11.186 124 3,187 282 58'4767 804,336 2,852 1.3 2.995I 06 4.15
Others .......... . ................. 1,631 3,403.381 ,432.55 2,718 935 1,889,700 2,487,793 2.661 326 752,255 868,322 2.664 370 761,426 1,076,340 2.909 50 92,818 116.229 2,3 5 26 519320 6
Bales, tariff, and adr ertsing:
Supervisory ................ ...... ... D 782 227,966 5.636,734 7,208 469 135.024 3,03,346 7.257 110 32,820 884,783 8,043 203 60,122 1.348,605 6,643 38 10.218 2 208 6.690 165 6671 1065
ollltor ............................... D 2,968 876884 15,299055 5155 1.490 422.625 8.172,931 5485 482 144294 2,483,166 5,152 996 309.965 4,642.958 4,662 94 25,110 471795 5 019 309 5,495 168
Other (inoluding olerloal employees) ...... 513 1,127,196 1,621,010 3,160 236 494.765 710,900 3,012 130 298,584 415.954 3,200 147 333,847 494,156 3.362 8 21.639 27,254 3,407 53 111.959 159
Insuranoe and safety:
upervisory .............................. D 539 165,596 2,645,956 4.909 312 98.21 1.473,207 4,722 99 29.231 536,727 5,421 128 38,144 636,022 4,969 9 2.426 43 423 4,825 74 21,396 358
Other. (nluding olerial employee) ...... 824 1.814.36 2,619,877 3.179 410 859378 1.79912 3.122 173 404310 528766 3,0 241 550658 811199 3366 16 29740 40022 2,501 93 188,274
Administrative and general:
fleeoar. ones e and partner ........... D 1.345 387.204 20.111,629 14,953 824 234,665 12.584,638 15,273 20 58.905 2,905.994 14,176 316 93.634 4.620,997 14,623 72 18,537 909:963 12,638 274 76 76
CIraI1 .................................. 6,508 14,155.183 19,639.805 3,018 3.795 8,048,468 11,300,728 2.978 29 16526 2,8725471 3.043 1,769 3.9603189 5 466,606 3:090 284 582955 69890 297, 1. 6229 2 72'6, 6 418 6
Others..................................... 1.162 2,482,387 3.797.394 3.268 606 1,271,817 1.966,710 3.245 261 580,145 801,524 3,071 295 630,425 1,029.160 3,489 29 58.567 77,255 2,664 1l9 3559 584,
Dail bl. Total .............. . .. 11,490 3,381,018 76 322549 6,643 6,574 1,896,400 45,487.245 6.919 1,810 543.718 11,517.621 6363 3.106 940,900 19.317,683 6.219 421 112 65402,840 17 6.746 1 796 505B19 12.7
oul Totl ................. 107335 6,674,754 442,45.677 4,122 57629 136.568,729 41,783,120 4,196 18.797 46,134,148 69,479,426 3696 30,909 73.971,877 131,173.131 244 3711 .017621 15205:816 4097 16,419 38958358 6595

Central region Northwestern reglon Mid-Western region Southwestern region Rooky Mountain region Paoflo region
Claealtfoation of employe Average Total Total Aerage Aorage otal Tot ag al Averalo Aeragg ATroge Total Totalot Average Average Total otal Average A vrage tot Tota
numbr hour o n- annual number houro number number hours annual number hours [annual number hours ume annual number hour
of or dyae s.pn- ompen- of or da co on open- of or das oompn- copen- of or dars o n o or day span ompen- of or dUaw sp
y Nation odays aaton o e daysa L- 0 0 days .e or dy
mployes______ p______j id for satlon eSmuploe0 pi fori pad ation eoloveen i for a ttl iOton emloee.s 0 fore ton tion loees aid for aton sation oye1 RAifoJ atio
Nuaber of oarrieer represented ............ 172 24 44 16 13 32
Equlpment amntenanoe and garage:
or .............................. 181 53,410 1,069,760 .910 33 9.860 189.976 $5.757 39 12,182 $24,067 $5745 24 7608 155366 6,474 21 6,559 *111,586 5.314 28 8.011 181,
hnle (oludlng orking foren) ...... 1,788 4,380,519 8,219.661 4,597 342 814.807 1,489,254 4.355 616 1,477.067 2,727.087 4,427 259 642.992 1,081.342 4,175 352 875,56 1,649,072 685 1,06422 2,189
Srie splo .................... 302 698,747 1.124311 3.723 63 142.305 249,9 3,968 2 128,287 182,196 3,504 71 178.416 249,509 3.514 50 133138 214,105 4,282 106 229572 4010
Others (Inoluding cleriocl employees) 120 257,355 369,663 3,0o81. 15 34.834 58.944 3,930 62 129,287 178,804 2,884 22 52.132 67,414 3,064 21 53,458 95.513 4,548 61 128,837 237,8
Transportation:
Supervitory ..... ...... ........ D 911 265,911 5.190,699 5,588 73 21.729 428.423 5,869 77 23,179 519,145 6,742 56 17.792 304,693 5:I 45 13,496 304.507 6,767 112 32,398 605,3
r -ri hul /........... ............. 1,81 27,31 80 54,9 5 ,261 1.179 2735,963 6,034,17 5,118 2.516 6,627,374 13.345,985 5.304 1,138 2,880,133 5.571.076 4 5 106 09352 6.529,742 615 2.186 5.I3603 12,46
Belpar-Le ho 1aul ....... ......... 31 73,160 131,521 .243 6 16,796 19,371 3,229 12 27,156 49 560 4,130 1 11.555 23,
Drivew-Plotkp and deliveryl/ ..... 9,099 21,422,120 40,257,636 4,42 1,057 2,4.1,674 4,485,556 4,244 1,942 4,688.497 7,799,567 4,016 1,264 3.297.052 4,665.850 3 691 675 1.595.46 2,683:886 3,976 1,968 4,522,311 8,93,9
Helpara-Plokup and dellver. ........... 19 39.210 70,673 3,720 6 6,760 7838 1306 17 43624 67618 3978 6 798
Others (inoluldig o learal employne) ...... 198 40,436 812,509 4,104 1 2,496 5,103 5,103 103 226.354 292.546 2,840 9 20,070 29.968 3.330 20 51 431 117,090 5,855 5 114,63 206,
Terminal;
upervisory ........................... D 1, 05 354,629 7,076.182 5,872 144 42,740 791,783 5.498 325 97,455 1,647,919 5.071 185 56.247 940.554 5,084 126 38 .81 688,508 464 5,464 50948 975,61
nitfo eloees ......................... 7839 17,360,462 30782.860 3927 1,112 2,55 79 4,311503 3877 1.933 4,540254 769477 3981 862 2.156415 3167195 367171 2.92056 467472 1694 787 5 7.145
6O l e a.................................. 3965 8.578,723 12.669,227 3,195 484 1.027.314 1,343,560 2776 1,092 2.474.626 3,361,859 3079 540 1.254745 1.661.082 3076 599 1329489 1.914239 3196 795 1803477 29053
2098................................... 27 30 1 3.0?6599 29,4 914.239 3196 1.803,07 2,905.
Other ................................... 621 1.277.562 1,713,591 2,759 80 144.568 203.182 2.540 109 255,915 337,292 3,094 45 76.343 83,724 1,861 37 74.886 124,529 3.366 99 209,714 327,.6
Salei, tariff, ia ad artiaing:
Bperi ory ...... .... 266 78,135 2,083.408 7,832 13 3672 101,267 7.790 89 26.908 555,618 6,243 27 8,646 172,832 6,401 28 8,189 223,850 7,995 46 12,707 295,
5 170010 242 ?2,102
... ...ior . .. .. C B 1.087 312,020 6.015,789 5,534 140 47,950 747,202 5,337 313 90,586 1,380,170 4,409 168 52,050 768 449 4,574 123 47:.276 619,296 5035 252 72103 117:1
Other (Inolung olerioal employee) ...... 175 361167 524,597 21998 20 4,708 74,035 3,702 42 90g161 127,262 3,030 28 66:824 99,544 3.555 9 20,268 28.454 3:162 48 11186 16.861
Insurano and safety:
Su per. e y .............................. D 229 74.399 1.071.270 4,678 17 5.278 8,560 4.974 43 12,315 207.879 4.834 20 6261 101,197 5,060 18 84 92,862 59 30 8447 1492
Oher. (Inoluading olerlal meployee) ...... 301 641.364 971,445 3,227 45 103.680 157:393 3:498 64 143,786 215,944 3374 33 83:156 102.952 3,120 29 67:752 93,507 3.1:224 70 152284 241
Administratlve and general:
Of r, oners and partners ............ D 478 140.052 7,494,502 15,679 55 1575 930,684 16,922 99 29,755 1.504,099 15.193 44 13,358 663,518 15,080 35 10,676 485,487 13.871 83 24,100 1,037.20,
le ............................. ... 2,282 902804 7,060,197 3,094 331 33572 953810 2,882 633 1.406,605 1,786.945 2.823 220 509,551 61380 2.790 205 8911 728201 3552 380 82137 138384
Other .......... 378 809.691 1,304,521 3.451 56 117 968 160.185 2,860 73 161,310 252,205 3,455 39 89:010 141,719 3:634 29 62,637 87538 3.019 98 199.500 387.513
Daly tbI Toll......a....... .. 457 1 278.556 29,901,610 6,863 475 146.974 3.273,895 6.892 985 292,380 6.038.897 6,131 524 161,962 3.106.609 5.929 396 130,870 2.526,096 6,379 726 208.71: 4, 72.10
rly a Total ................ 37,499 88.592.750 160,622,347 4,283 4,785 10,881,368 19,526.600 4.081 9,237 22,349523 38.302,46519.056526 44403 57111 36725

j/ This ltes does not inolude driver. of equlpment engaged by these carriere to perfora mPurchased transportatlon" servlce.
IO. The sybol De delgn.atee those meoloy.ee reported on a daily basls: all other claases are reported on an hourly basis.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 26.-OPERATING STATISTICS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western _RE I 0 N
Item districts district region distriot w A e Central Northwetern Md-Wetern outhetern
England Atlantic Ml N hetern M Wes s

f carriers represented .......................... 529 326 74 129 33 121 172 24 44 16 1
Snumber of trucks and truck tractors in
*city revenue service:
O d power unite:
In operation ......................... ........ 16,296 8,265 3,319 4,712 93 3,004 4,331 783 40 863 52
Undergoing repairs ............................. 927 495 200 232 168 281 52 46 38 30 66
Stand-by ................................. .... 733 386 137 210 28 157 201 20 29 33 106
Total power units-owned .................... 17,956 9,146 3,656 5,154 1,004 3,329 4,813 855 1,482 934 574 1,309
Sented power units without drivers--In operation .. 11,201 8,119 789 2,293 126 1,339 6,654 336 1,085 192 223 45
nted power units with drivers-In operation ..... 9,768 6,756 1,535 1,477 212 2,610 3,934 203 814 185 156 11
Total number power unite Intercity revenue
service...................................... 38,925 24,021 5,980 8,924 1,342 7,278 15,401 1,394 3,381 1.311 953 1,885
~ of revenue trucks and tractors owned at
s of year:
1 nteroity service ................................. 18,700 9,430 3,965 5.305 1,034 3,492 4,904 890 1,491 964 605 1,3
ocal service .................................... 17,381 8,010 3,052 6,319 504 2,167 5,339 913 1,617 1,016 731 2 2
S Total number of trucks and truck tractors owned 36,081 17,440 7,017 11.624 1,538 5,659 10,243 1,803 3,108 1,980 1,336 3,397
-miles operated in intercity service
l ded and empty):
wned vehicles:
Trucks ......................................... 27,978,575 13,081,230 3,904,807 10,992,538 3,416,066 7,831,453 1,833,711 800,319 194,310 1,494,872 1,032,153 7,470,884
Tractors ....................................... 987,707,748 400,963,733 236,627,620 350,116,395 34,457,858 123,226,297 243,279.578 43,405,773 98,502,958 58,265,969 60,255,696 89,685,999
Total miles operated Owned vehiclee ....... 1,015,686,323 414,044,963 240,532,427 361,108,933 37,873,924 131,057,750 245,113,289 44,206,092 98,697,268 59,760,841 61,287,849 97?,56,883
ented without drivers:
Trucks ......................................... 22,440,101 5,008,933 237,460 17,193,708 314,917 768,004 3,926,012 567,346 2,024,273 14,602,089
Tractors ....................................... 732,059,027 466,235,606 85,048,677 180,774,744 4,264,879 69,108,181 392,862,546 28,940,808 81,670,587 14,846,448 23,121,801 32,195,100
Total miles operated Rented without drivers 754,499,128 471,244,539 85,286,137 197,968,452 4,579,796 69,876,185 396,788,558 28,940,808 82,237,933 14,846,448 25,146,074 46,797,189
ented with drivers:
Trucks ......................................... 6,614,915 3,045,055 7,528 3,562,332 237,299 1,419,955 1,387,801 121,680 2,360,887 451,923 627,842
Tractors ....................................... 615,089,632 394,803,885 104,117,632 116,168,115 10,206,007 138,534,298 246,063,580 12,454,079 60,651,283 8,589,581 21,030,000 13,443,172
Total miles operated Rented with drivers 621,704,547 397,848,940 104,125,160 119,730,447 10,443,306 139,954,253 247,451,381 12,575,759 60,651,283 10,950,468 21,481,923 14,o071,01
Driveaway ......................................... 17,440 17,440 17,440 -
Total miles operated All vehicles in intercity
highway service ............................. 2,391,907,438 1,283,155,882 429,943,724 678,807,832 52,897,026 340,888,188 889,370,668 85,722,659 241,586,484 85,557,757 107,915,846 158,025,086
Rail and water services ......................... 11,957,476 5,271,208 2,804 6,683,464 4,318,256 80,268 872,684 994,310 1,734,554 3,954,600 -
revenue freight carried in intercity service Y 70,751,290 45,094,864 9,257,035 16,399,391 2,486,762 13,167,187 29,440,915 2,795,465 5,019,031 2,279,362 1,448,118 4,857,415
Srevenue from intercity service ................... 1,313,731,561 $743,646,820 $205,699,860 $364,384,881 $39,407,346 $213,702,093 $490,537,381 $50,355,886 $112,839,036 $48,827,825 $56,602,091 $95,760,043
xoensee (inoludlng depreciation, amortization, and
ating taxes) a/ ................................. $1,267,576,094 $718,263,932 $197,420,379 $351,891,783 $38,628,335 $206,428,475 $473,207,122 $49,268,059 $110,108,015 $45,859,390 $51,971,907 $94,684,412
AVERAGES
Srevenue per intercity vehiole-mile ............. $0.547 00.577 $0.478 $0.532 $0.689 $0.627 $0.551 $0.581 $0.464 $0.545 $0.525 $0.606
se per interoity vehicle-mile 2/ ................. $0.527 $0.557 $0.459 (0.513 (0.675 $0.605 $0.532 $0.568 $0.453 $0.512 0,.482 $0.599
e miles Per owned vehicle per annum .............. 56,565 45,271 65,791 70,064 37,723 39,369 50,927 51,703 66,597 63,984 106,773 74,222

tldes duplication on aocount of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
si 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-mile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of total revenue.





32 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 26-A.--OPERATING STATISTICS SUPPLEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PCHAD TAN RTA
BY DISTRICT AND REGION,1952



Item All Eastern Southern Western R REGI 0 NS
district district region district New Middle Central North- Mid- Sout- -
---- England Atlantic Central western Wtem c ntan *

Number of carriers represented ................. 395 243 56 96 26 77 140 18 32 14 9
Number of hours in oickup and delivery service
by line haul vehicles: V/
Vehicles--Owned ........................... 7,454,741 4,523,085 1,175,956 1,755,700 937,649 1,402,149 2,183,287 333,718 491,273 410,874 104,643
Vehicles--Rented without drivers .......... 1,714,525 1,378,649 94,056 241,820 45,791 465,878 866,980 36,029 56,602 7,548 107,379
Vehicles--Rented with drivers ............. 872,372 449,725 36,935 385,712 58,323 310,769 80,633 51,764 324,198 97 1,400
Number of miles in line haul service by
pickup and delivery vehicles: 3/
Vehicles--Owned ........................... 7,073,284 2,838,440 2,467,469 1,767,375 267,267 1,586,944 984,229 589,568 229,968 169,293 230,674
Vehicles--Rented without drivers .......... 3,632,730 3,197,450 209,421 225,859 34,197 257,655 2,905,598 2,705
Vehicles--Rented with drivers ............. 4,122,585 3,965,095 54,722 102,768 7,640 3,957,455 87,631 15,137
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by pickup and delivery vehicles: 2/
Vehicles--Owned ........................... 39,363,372 19,861,015 7,055,614 12,446,743 1,175,202 6,141,630 12,544,183 1,930,328 3,630,226 2,798,290 1,149,309 2
Vehicles--Rented without drivers .......... 11,961,606 7,843,417 1,330,528 2,787,661 140,810 1,820,497 5,882,110 160,946 503,510 59,069 539,6L9 1
Vehicles--Rented with drivers ............. 4,202,533 3,086,542 294,355 821,636 102,b45 953,668 2,030,429 94,920 249,077 12,004 103,082
Freight revenue from intercity service--
Truck load _/ ................................ .525,356,366 $314,355,270 $72,261,162 138,739,934 $12,747,249 $80,375,231 8221,232,790 915,967,105 #53,150,630 $16,074,028 16,265,814 837
Less truck load .............................. 721,383,154 $388,333,241 $123,161,759 $209,888,154 *23,175,228 $110,819,514 6254,338,499 831,981,074 $53,373,441 31,818,;13 638,741,200 $53,
Tons of intercity revenue freight billed--
Truck load 4/ ............................... 37,456,312 25,402,554 3,907,257 8,146,501 1,007,188 6,379,781 18,015,585 1,307,502 2,684,232 933,050 516,191 2
Less truck load .............................. 27,801,444 15,954,679 4,635,466 7,211,299 1,253,601 4,638,430 10,062,648 1,335,254 2,015,639 1,290,176 840,505 1,
Number of intercity shipments billed--
Truck load / ............................... 3,768,475 2,297,010 358,962 1,112,503 112,139 546,760 1,638,111 106,755 223,691 78,h04 40,199
Less truck load .............................. 92,205,879 45,585,231 16,245,501 30,375,147 3,429,028 13,718,379 28,437,824 5,010,813 7,528,150 6,248,653 3,027,993 8,

SSee introductory statement.
Includes houre driven by regularly assigned pickup and delivery drivers and hours driven by line haul drivers detached from regular duties and assigned to pickup and delivery service.
Includes miles operated in line haul service by pickup and delivery vehicles driven by line haul drivers or by pickup and delivery drivers temporarily assigned to line haul service.
The term "Truck-load" means any shipment which moves on a single bill of lading and weighs 10,000 pounds or more (billed weight).




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952




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

TABLE 27




CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE


TABLE 28




OPERATING STATISTICS-CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE REPORTING REVENUE TON-MILES


TABLE 29





Selected items of individual common carriers of commodities other than general freight and contract carriers
having operating revenues over $,000,000 appear in Tables 31 and 32.
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STATISTICS OF CLASB I MOOR ER OF PROPE FOR T AR EN DE ER 31,

TABLE 27.--SUMAR OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COIoON CARRIERS OP OMODITE OTHER THAN GENIRA FEIHT EN E IN
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

All Eastern Southern Western. R E 1 0 N
Item districts distriot region district No Middle Osntral Kid- South- Kooy
England At lant .o ...estern ..... Pa...
Number of oarriers represented ...................... 586 271 84 231 29 120 122 21 31 9 2
ASSETS
Current assets Total .............................. $121,256,295 $69,176,110 $11,639,202 $40,440,983 $3,701,687 $18,165,100 $47,309,323 12,246,575 $7,716,50 $12,432,24 4098,390 394723
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ...................... 226,000,153 110,064,876 25,177,421 90,757,856 11,188,087 46,496,944 52,379,845 5,585.585 8,676,01. 8 24,774 4
Reserve for depreciation and amortiation ........ 111,200,855 54,519,726 11,406,893 45,274,236 6145.253 24,698,879 23,675.594 2,44,766 4,339310 14, 216 0
Net carrier operating property ................ 114,799,298 55,545,150 13,770,528 45,483,620 5,042,834 21,798,065 28,704,251 3,130,819 4,336,70 12,542,351 4 4
Carrier operating property leased to others ....... 197387 497387 146,585 29,215 I88
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 241,788 241,788 44,077
Nonoarrler property ............................. 7 290 200 3,674,718 489,845 3,125,637 1,316,601 1,168,756 1,189,361 57,946 23,98 19 1
Reserve for depreciation and aortiation ........ 2,760,715 1.432.426 134,628 1,193,661 572,247 509.445 350.734 7,648 43,724 447 9 10,993
Total tangible property less reserve .......... 119,584,382 57,787,442 14,125,745 47,671,195 5,787,188 22,457,376 29542,878 3,181,117 4,635,290 13,285,715 4,71,329 21,851,44
Intangible property less reserve for amortization ... 4,843,835 1,332,206 659,106 2,852,523 166,385 564,537 601,284 132,064 200,517 714,720 735,507 1,069,71
Investment seourities and advanoes Total .......... 12,649,270 7,097,506 712,676 4,839,088 242,143 2,377,078 4,478,285 501,752 1,086,814 232,866 89 9 2,198097
Speoial funds, deterred debits, and misoellaneous
debit items- Total ........................... 2,621,192 1,436,607 140,069 1,044,516 24,160 270,936 1,141.511 51,445 143052 189,13 126,46 34470
Total asets .............I.............. .... 260,954,974 136,829,871 27,276,798 96,848,305 9,921,563 43,835,027 83,073,281 6,112,953 13,782,183 26,854,69 10497,211 39
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ......................... 84,601,506 46,851,885 8,809,314 28,940,307 2,850,485 14,076,928 29,924,472 2,283,568 5,038.457 9,009,433 3,26,995 9,51
Advances payable Total ....................... 4745954 1,965653 682,958 2,097,343 349,310 632:696 983,647 20.397 170,311 328,741 6 219 972
Equipment and other long-term obligations- Total .... 40,415,698 15788438 4,952,534 19,674,726 1,479,966 7,509,341 6,799,131 1,373,200 1,605,880 3,684,104 1,63,760 11 7
Deferred oredlts and reserves Total ............... 5.707,107 3,479,196 222 671 2,005,240 99,428 417,736 2,962.032 177,562 475,904 302,475 6964
Capital stook and nonoorporatse apital Total .... 51680,645 24,676906 4,845,534 22,158,205 2,175,921 9,785,524 12,715,461 1,204,55 2,425,826 7,236,900 2 ,40
Unearned surplus ............................... 1,580,568 950,724 111,652 518,192 117,074 468,052 365,598 5,518 38,053 226,096 77,562 170,963
Earned surplus ................................... 72,223:496 43,117,069 7,652,135 21,454,292 2,849,379 10,944,750 29,322,940 1,048,183 4,027.752 6,066,949 1,686,711 8,624,697
Total unappropriated urplus .................. 73,804064 44,067,793 7,763,787 21,972,484 2,966,453 11,412,802 29,688,538 1,053,701 4,065805 6,293,045 1,764273 879660
Total liabilitiee .......................... 260,954,974 136,829,871 27,276,798 96,848,305 9,921,563 43,835,027 83,073.281 6,112,953 13,782,183 26,854,698 10,497,211 39,6a01,g60
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Operating Incoe
Operating revenues.
Freight revenue--Interoity--Common carrier ....... 711,050,785 421,595,07F 74,856,722 214,598,985 17,832,037 103,518,452 300,244,589 15,770,012 35,229,.15 65,274,492 27,317,960 71,007,376
Freight revenue--Interlty--Contraot carrier .... 2,786,042 784,515 545,671 1,455,856 86,056 574,716 123,743 194,793 534,370 W2 9j
Freight revenue-Looal oartage ................... 13,703,019 7,340,484 469,592 5,892,943 536,633 2,494,656 4,309,195 308,092 354,853 2,25,27 507,075 2,29759
Intercity Transportation for other Class I motor
oarrie ...................... ... 12,308,741 5,799,939 1,060,140 ,448,662 75,511 3,687,730 2,036,698 1, 1,524,727 1,540,788 1,053475 1314.16
Other operating revenue .......................... 12,284,284 7,021,967 490,483 4,771,834 154,356 947,189 5,920,422 19,477 613,197 2,270,304 710,044 1,158,812
Total operating revenues ...................... 752,132,871 442,541,983 77,422,608 232,168,280 18,684,593 111,222,743 312,634,647 16,307,890 37,721,922 72,045,281 29,588,554 76,504,633
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ............ .......... ... 79,395,403 33,839,835 8,244,001 37,310,567 3,148,738 15,140,396 15,550,701 2,260,771 4,104,171 11,269,329 4,149,087 1.i 527,209
Transportation ................................... 438,423,858 272,666,984 44,317146 121,439,728 8,695,179 61,499,469 202,472,336 9,793,345 22,727,611 35,845,200 17,04,2 35,769,353
Terminal ....................................... 38,675,096 28 574,752 2,914,283 7,186,061 924,562 2,753,702 24,896,488 299,302 1,550,958 2,459,641 1,874 1876,38
Traffi ............................................. 13907220 8905,593 1414 843 3,586,784 381,694 1 817,592 6,706,307 159,383 499,85 1,24,037 406 772 1
Insurance and safety ............................. 37,764835 23,151,134 4083332 10,530,369 999,996 5,908,816 16,242,322 567,114 1,502,026 3,945,894 816,978 3,698,357
Administration and general ...-.................... 50,256,354 28,823,332 5,152,771 16,280,251 1,723,666 8,120,116 18,979,550 1,083395 2,470.811 5564243 1,716,255 5,445,547
Total operation and maintenanoe expenses ...... 658,422,766 395,961,630 66,127,376 196,333,760 15,873,835 95,240,091 284,847,704 14,163,310 32.854,962 60,348,344 25,392,885 63,574,259
Depre ation expense ............. ................. 29,606,219 14,043,610 3,770,246 11,792,363 1,232,806 5,944,102 6,866,702 774,050 1,3 6,337 3,781,29 1,487,097 4,31 ,84
Depreciation adjustment............................. 1830231 d 771.358 1 62 d 9 06 d I 70,891 d 32 87 d 3.79.280 40.09 1 334.8 d 11,8 12
Aortleatron ohargeable to operations ................ 1.159 021 8,663 9,291 1 ,0 23. 15,19 1,,
Operating taxes and loenses ........................ 34,059,655 16,169,978 3,698,675 14,191,002 1,041,707 6,011,419 9,116,852 863,372 1,493,192 3.944,550 1,573,121 6,316,767
Total expenses ................................ 720,417,428 425,412,523 73.452,826 221,552,079 18,077,457 106,878,857 300,456,209 15,765,389 35,249,913 67.974,393 28,328.045 74,234,339
Net operating revenue .......................... 31,715,443 17,129,460 3,969,782 10,616,201 607,136 4,343,886 12,178,438 542,501 2,472,009 4,070,888 1,260,509 2,270,294
Lease of distinct operating unit-Debit ............ 286,322 39,792 199 246,331 500 22,479 16,813 600 148,249 97,48
I-er of distinct operating unit--Credit............. 218,179 6,487 360 211,332 1,697 660 4,130 2,800 14,308 69,589 124,635
Net carrier operating income .................. 31,647,300 17,096,155 3,969,943 10,581,202 608,333 4.322,067 12,165,755 545.301 2,485,717 3,992,228 1,260,509 2,297,447
Other Ordinary Income
Ino Te from nonarrier operations--Ne t ............ 1,171,267 730,837 338,162 102,268 99,318 367,215 264,304 1d 11 119,312 a 1894 586 63,624
Interest income ......................362,400 121,608 39,223 201,569 7,579 373?09 76,990 13,859 73,12. 29,492 25,946 59,146
Dividend n10. .... .,::::::: .7057,12 760 21,819 542 1:6 54,740 5,771 51590 525 5,325 4608g
Other nonoperating income ...... .................... 3.... 29,860 92,783 13,566 223,511 5,08 26,214 60,761 115,646 2,823 17,08 470 7,487
Total other ordinary inoome .................. 1.943,234 1,002,356 391,711 549,167 113,247 432,314 456,795 134.965 200,851 d .14841 133,327 214,865
ross ordinary ncome ........................... 33,590,534 18,098,511 4,361,654 11,130,369 721,580 4,754.381 12,622.550 680,266 2,686,568 3,857.387 1,393,83 2,512,312
...... ,on, eoton -D t....... 6 2 .9299 6.1 +5O01 2 9 1, ,0




36 STATISTICS OF CLASS MMOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YlEA ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 27.--8UMMAY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATINO DATA COMMON CARRIERB OF COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Contlnued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

SAll Eastern Southern Western E 0 I 0 N 6
distriots distrlot reglon distrlot New Mddle North- i outh- RookSy Pt
England Atlantio Central western western e...trn i nl Paolf
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordlnsrr Inooae
Inerest ....................................... 2,772.338 $1.109,949 $382.261 $1,280,128 $109.102 $530,299 $470,548 $91,803 $119,639 $290,245 $143,219 $635 202
Aaortization of debt dlroount and expense ........ 25,658 8,476 3,983 13,199 515 7,961 229 7,273 697
AmortiLation of preamtu on debt-Credit ........... -
Other deductions ............................ 1,312,377 666.916 260.758 384,703 59,652 159,140 448,124 57,387 91,119 97,787 55,853 82.557
Total deduotions from ordinary Inlome .......... 4.110,373 1,785.341 647,002 1,678,030 168,754 689,954 926,633 149,419 210,778 395,305 199,072 723,456
Net ordinary Inoome .......................... 29,480.161 16,313,170 3,714,652 9,452,339 552,826 4,064,427 11,695,917 530,847 2,475,790 3,462,082 1,194,764 1,788,856
Extraordinary Inoome
Extraordinar ynoose credits ..................... 1,775,039 563,220 69,236 1,142,583 301,863 62.646 198,711 1,656 211,247 158,361 52.508 718 811
Extraordnary Inoose obarge ...................... 428,299 240.167 67,857 120,275 180,623 16,467 43,077 1.152 48.104 16,253 6,957 47,809
Delayed Income credits .......................... 451,705 346,620 18,781 86.30 1,646 345,174 17,301 3.596 3,989 934 60 484
Delayed inoome chsrges ............................ 245849 153.617 61.407 30,825 19 42 153.556 1,810 6,793 1,027 163 21,032
Total JextraoUinary income ..................... 1.552.596 516,056 a 41.247 1,077,787 121,221 47,583 347,252 15,995 159,946 145,070 46,322 710,454
Net noome before income taxes ................. 31,032,757 16.829,226 3,673,405 10,530,126 674,047 4,112,010 12.043,169 546,842 2,635,736 3.607,152 1,241,086 2,499,310
Inomoe taxe I/ .................................. 13,403,460 8,239,850 1,579,131 3.584,479 251,591 1,807,479 6,180,780 128.213 1,051,684 1,177,396 415,542 811,644
Net noose ..................................... 17,629,297 8,589.376 2,094,274 6,945,647 422,456 2,304,531 5,862,389 418,629 1,584,052 2.429,756 825,544 1,687,666
Operating ratio 2/ ....................... (peront) 95.78 96.13 94.87 95.43 96.75 96.09 96.10 96.67 93.45 94.35 95.74 97.03
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AD WITEDRAWALS
Dividenda ........................................ $3.737,459 $2,242,100 $503,248 $992,111 $390,024 $101,786 $1.750.290 $1,400 390,440 826,346 14, 787 $59.138
Withdrawals ....................................... 4,313,610 1,266,455 753,326 2,293,829 99,988 822,142 344325 186,260 260,119 1,024,058 265,123 558,269
Total dividends and wlthdraal ................. 8,051.069 3.508,555 1,256,574 3,285,940 490,012 923,928 2,094,615 187,660 350,559 1,850,404 279,910 617,407
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned:
Truoks umber of unitt ........... 4,291 1,279 370 2,642 177 712 390 47 193 771 265 1,366
Tr- Cost ..................... 24298,077 $4,191,915 $823,713 $19,282,49 $513,420 2,160,448 $1,518,047 $95,730 $523,820 3,856,41 $2,331 958 12,474,500
Truo trotors Nuaber of units .............. 15,418 8,415 2,002 5,001 818 3.913 3,684 384 692 2,160 320 1,445
ot .................... $68.526,96 $34757866 $9,035683 $24732,547 4,178,652 $17,640,763 $12,938,451 2.249,310 $2,408,220 $8,28218 2,009296 9,782
Semitrailers Nuabe r of unIts ........ 23,839 14.037 2,63 7.172 1. 16 5.212 7,509 500 1.065 2.903 90 2112
Sr ... ....... ::::: 73,031,100 $41,449l893 $9,978,123. 21,603,084 $4,182,843 $17,46992 $19,79122 $2210,769 $3,342,55 #6,920,308 $1,980.708 $7,14875
Fall trailer Number of units .............. 2916 859 2 057 1 92 766 65 69 168
-346t $2 340 V '? 1 69 168 18755
Ct ........................ 9,354,64 $2340.038 .014 606 $500 219.735 2 119.803 79.561 193.427 734.005 16.007:61
Other euipent Cost ........... .......... 2982.759 4509,101 $57?.510 416,148 $84,711 103,764 1320:626 $29.331 $167,065 664,334 203,684 1 73
Total ocot of all equipment ................ $178,192,676 $83,248,813 $19.895.029 $75,048,834 #8.960.126 $37,594,638 $36,694,049 $4,585,140 $6,521,211 919,917,728 $7,259,651 (36,765.104
EMPLOYEES 3/
Average number ................................. 46,263 26,166 4,406 15,691 1,784 7 839 16,543 1. 10 2,241 5,108 1 65 467
Total compensaton ................................ 20,925,490 $113,719,548 $16,178,864 $70.127,078 $7.848,164 $33,978,092 $71,893292 $5,565,416 $10,225;512 (20,171427 6,32897 $27,836226
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of truots and traotorw interoity
revenue servioes
Owned power units:
In operaton ................................ 15281 ,604 1,796 881 770 3,656 3178 321 612 2,470 444 2.034
Undergoing repr .........................880 494 99 287 56 262 176 2 49 83 36 87
Stand-by .................................... 1,433 692 178 563 72 304 316 138 137 50 198
Total power unlts-Owned ................. 17,594 8,790 2.073 6.731 898 4,222 3,670 393 799 2,690 530 2,319
Rentea power units ithout Irivers-In opesrtion 6,346 4183 468 1 695 39 428 3,716 288 485 580 173 169
Rented power units with drilers--n operation ..... 13253 9:794 1.455 2:004 87 1,726 7,983 56 523 737 404 284
Total number of power units in interioty
revenue servce .............................. 37,193 22,767 3.996 10,430 1,024 6,374 15,369 737 1,807 4,007 1,107 2,772
Vehicle-slles operated in interolty revenue
service (loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles .............................. 801,640.128 347,530062 111,953106 342.156,960 27.31.4,283 159,570,848 160,644,931 22.377,718 34,767.103 118.681,.459 37.910.726 128.19,95
Vehicles rented withot ver............ 9938,681 23578 879 30.688,561 133,365,241 8,630,990 21,481,561 211,672,328 24,500.046 36,624,355 40,408633 ,3l12.4" ,19,766
rehiles rented with drlver. ................ 686,1670434 453,392,592 97,080,309 135369 533 466).581 92,591,652 356,137,359 3,031,003 4,032.293 43,179.653 27,589,611 21 69
eay ............................... 146,180,882 138,870.862 1,150,991 6159029 832305 6,306,605 131,731,952 28;0146 154,569 3,325500 2W6591
Total miles operated in interoity
highway service all vehioles ........ 2,033,827,125 1.175,578,395 240.872,967 617.375.763 35.441.159 279,950,666 860,186.570 49,936,813 111,573,320 205,595,245 83,812,778 166,452,607
iles-Sll servioe and water servi .............. 1,898,600 1,898,600 1,898,600 -
Tons of revenue ereight carried in intercity
service ... .................... ............... 93,591.268 44,119,067 10,002,693 39,469.508 3,506,661 17,783,840 22.828,566 4,775,566 5,647,597 8.326,526 4,424,309 16,295,510
Freight revenue from Interolty service ............ $713,836,827 $422,379,593 $75.402,393 $216,054,841 #17,918,093 $104,093,168 $300,368,332 $15.964,805 $35.229,145 65,808,862 $27,317.960 $71.734,069
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per int rcity veriole-aile ........ 0.351 $0.359 (0.313 $0.349 $0.506 $0.372 00.349 $0.308 $0.316 (0.320 $0.326 $0.431
epenses per Interotiy vhlole-mile / ........... 0.354 $0.362 $0.305 (0.358 $0.510 $0.382 $0.349 $0.304 $0.316 40.331 (0.338 $0.446
Arage Miles Per owned vehiole per nnum ....... 45563 39,537 54,005 50,833 30,417 37,795 43.772 96.941 43,513 44,120 71,530 55,377

A Cedit or other reverse it. Inclus dupliation On ocunt Of tonnage received from conneoting Class I motor carriers.
_1 Doe n c Iolusei nte iome see applicable to ole proprietorship A pa tnershlp.. See introductory statesment. &asi:c Igure, inluds expensus of operatiog veh oles in interoity and in local aervicesl
Total epene l (inl ing depreciation, amortiation, and opieAtlng taes) divided by total operating revenues, these eaxpenses a not eparable. Comparison of average revenue and expenses per Intercity
This ie doso not IIlude drivers of sq4Ip:ent engaged by these c rrirs to psrform Puoohased transportations service. vehiole-nile re therefore subjeot to qualification, partloclarly where the local revenue is
a large part of the total revenue.




BTATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR ARRIERS OF PROPERTY 10 TE ER ENDED DECMBR 31, 1932

TABLE 28.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OONTRAT CARRIERB ENGAGED IN ITER Y
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REi 0 N
Item distriota district region district New Middle North- id- So
En land IAtlanti Central western Western yggfgym Mountin Pacific
Number of carriers represented .................... 242 172 I 56 11 75 86 9 21
ASSETS
Current assets Total ............................. $26,659,939 $18,734,509 $2,078,001 85,847,429 $1,008,602 85,733,303 $11,992,604 $1,112,12. 7 $1,68l,890
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ...................... 83,037,007 59,312,028 5,715,988 18,008,991 3,785,182 21,537,823 33,989,023 3,425,691 4,87,5 ,4
Reserve for deoreciation and amortiation ....... 43524,116 31922,577 2,742,780 8,858,759 2,451,133 12,019,318 17,452,126 1,686,325 2,364,441 1215,8 9 0
Net carrier operating property ............... 39,512,891 27,389,451 2,973,208 9,150,232 1,334,049 9,518,505 16,536,897 1,739,366 2,51,153 1i113, 3
Carrier operating property leased to others ..... 640,612 42,897 597,715 42,897 -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ....... 84,541 3,562 80,979 3,562 -
Nonoarrier property ......................... 1,132,605 645,328 18,512 468,765 7,148 401,499 236681 86,715 6,34 40 5
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ....... 354562 254393 5,590 94579 5,875 211,922 36,596 471 1,9 21
Total tangible property less reserve ......... 40,847,005 27,819.721 3.502,866 9,524.418 1,335,322 9,747,417 16,736,982 1,825,610 2,519.931 1 .151955
Intangible property less reserve for amortilation .. 1,217,075 779,370 114,249 323,456 131,533 296,959 350,878 55,219 148 ,313 46
Investment seourities and advances Total ......... 2,691,414 1,822,987 55,398 813,029 67,798 399,032 1,356,157 314,736 145,157 2,420
Special funds, deferred debits, and misOellaneous
debit items Total ............................ 767,448 617,956 15,274 134,218 604 137,938 479,414 3,449 68,699 55,545 1,49
Total assets ............................... 72,182,881 49,774,543 5,765,788 16,642,550 2,543,859 16,314,649 30,916,035 3,311,141 4,567,990 2,167253 2471
LIABILITIES
Current liabilltles Total ........................ 19,809,199 14,262,981 1,202,339 4,343,879 635,956 4,983,693 8,643,332 795,289 1,385,684 553'759 4323
Advances payable Total ........................... 893,674 690,113 5,000 198,561 13,410 427,165 249,538 53827 35450 14
Equipment and other long-term obligations- Total ... 14,358,209 9,401,729 972,391 3,984,089 621,161 2,356,219 6,424,349 871,481 951,296 364,774
Deferred credite and reserves Total ............. 877,075 694,018 90,933 92,124 1684 101,310 591,024 2,055 60,588 3,359 6
Capital stock and nonoorporate capital Total 15,026,962 9,364,938 1,408,035 4,253,989 678,120 3,589,397 5,097,421 929223 1,105804 333,207 37,200 1,
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ................................ 654,619 529,846 10,703 114,070 654 344,624 184,568 48,226 2,079 11,693 -
Earned surplus ................................. 20,563,143 14,830,918 2,076,387 3,655,838 592,874 4,512,241 9,725,803 611,040 1,027,089 890,461 95,560 1,
Total unappropriated surplus ................. 21,217,762 15,360,764 2,087,090 3,769,908 593.528 4,856,865 9,910.371 659,266 1,029,168 902,154 95,560 1,083,760
Total liabilities ......................... 72,182,881 49,774,543 5,765,788 16,642,550 2,543,859 16,314,649 30,916,035 3,311,141 4,567,990 2,167,25 24,01 6,349,15
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Operating Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Interoity--Common carrier ...... 7,205,099 1,809,625 2,242,193 3,153,281 1,039,496 90,899 679,230 656,912 2,9
Freht re ue--Interelty--Contraot carrier .... 174,733,051 123,016 194 11,161343 40 555,514 5,728,260 38,242,619 79,045,315 8,009,976 13,433,036 7,813,552 462,606 1
Freight revenue--Local cartage .................. 5,746,324 3,960,691 311,594 1,474,039 116,524 1,477,108 2,367,059 530,200 93,986 113738 7
Intercity Tfransportation for other Cleeass I
motor arrer ................ ......... 7,03,397 6,520,904 2,824 509,669 2.533 717,419 5,800,952 36,302 167,206 89,699 2
Other operating revenue .................... .... 1,180,273 965,351 133,905 81,017 22,905 225,092 717,354 15,681 34,803 4,179 26.35
Total operating revenues ..................... 195,898,144 136,272,765 13,851,859 45,773,520 6,909,718 40,753,137 88,609,910 8,592,159 14,385,943 8,021168 462,606 14,311,
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ........................... 29,612,254 20,318.863 1,857,876 7435,515 1,156,625 6,478,005 12,68,233 1,314,182 2,336,524 1356,810 116,008 211
Tranesortatlion.................................. 107:039:226 76,504,137 6,801,031 23,734,058 3,600,124 21,947,820 50,956,193 4,652,987 7,622,229 464,456 186645 707
Terminal ....................................... 5842228 3,697,356 962,612 1,182,260 185,458 1,319,338 2,192,560 153,306 257,918 335,966 439
Traffic ....................................... 1 091,419 722 415 126,484 242,520 32,913 208,571 480,931 36,794 46,397 7,666 724 10
Insurance and safety ..................... 9,405,609 6,530 973 640,289 2,234,347 336208 2,144,009 4,050,756 393,185 713, 49 4 980 30733 50000
Administration and general ...................... 12,411,377 8,346,880 1,040,672 3,023,825 491,866 2,775,490 5,079,524 586,453 966,427 438,193 31,42 1,001,270
Total operation and maintenance expenses ..... 165,402,113 116,120,624 11,428,964 37,852,525 5,803,194 34873,233 75,444,197 7,136.907 11,942,944 6,650,.071 365,672 11,756,1
Depreciation expense ............................... 11,347,964 8,024,584 739,347 2,584,033 448,609 2,608,107 4.967.868 446,262 906,307 393,711 29,082 808,71
Depreciation adjustment ............................ d 66194 d 641.28d 39.544 24633d 47 169 d 15. d 442 801 d 66136 119.612 d
Amortization chargeable to operations .............. 12,493 5,357 1,908 5,228 -600 4 7 -- 5177 51 -
Operating taxes and licenses....................... 12,02,862 7,896,700 880,340 3,247,822 444,054 2,485,009 4967,67 665,284 96103 562,59 30,742 1,28,18
Total expenses .................................. 188,131,238 131,405,982 13,011,015 43,714,241 6,648,688 39,815,636 84,941,658 8,182,317 13,935,143 7,597,?735 412,3 13,586,6
Net operating revenue ........................... 7,766,906 4,866,783 840,844 2,059,279 261,030 937,501 3,668,252 409,842 450,800 423,433 50,163 725,04
Lease of distinot operating unit--Debit ........... 23,832 16,160 7,672 5,333 10,827 7,672 -
Lease of distinot operating unit--Credit ........... 12,392 11,264 1,128 10,733 531 1,128.
Net carrier operating income .................... 7,755,466 4,861,887 840,844 2,052,735 261,030 942,901 3,657,956 409,842 443,128 423,433 50,163 726,A69
Other Ordinary Inoome
Income from noncarrier operations-Net ............. 141 972 17,126 63,856 60,990 4,434 121,409 10 1 40,338 d 19 1971 1
.74.538 54.928 11,51 a059 61 6:920 -71 2 lS61
Interest income .................................... 74538 5,928 11,551 8,059 61 6,920 9 3,970 2,222 150 1,08
Dividend income ................................... 63 863 31,239 32,624 293 30,946 137 1,050 -31
Other nonoperating Income .......................... 58:262 55.033 836 2,393 386 34,017 20,630 228 2,
Total other ordinary income ....................... 338,635 158,326 76,243 104,066 4,881 162,639 d 9.194 44,308 2,068 3,080 54,61
Gross ordinary income ........................... 8.094,101 5,20,213 917,087 2,156,801 265,911 1.105,540 3,648,762 454,150 45.196 426,53 50,16 78,77.




38 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 28.--OU0AR OF ELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY BERVICE Contlnued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952



All Eastern Southern Western R E G 1 0 N 8
Item dltrloto d#trilot rrglo detrlt Ne AlatNlo Central oth- Mid- S0outh- ROo n
England Atlant ntr western western western Mountain Pac

INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deduotions From OrdinWar Inome
Inere, t ............... ........................ $907,655 $589,839 $57.397 $260,419 $35,800 $168,444 #385,595 43,073 $66,444 $25,302 84,435 4121,165
Amartisation of debt disount and expense ........ 4.200 4028 172 57 3971 16 16-
orti l. of e. o t--. .......... ,7 213,925 29,163 72385 47,499 47,14 119,282 4,919 40,604 11,175 67 15,620
Other deduoti-n .............. ........ 315.473 213.925 29,166 13.,86
Total deduotions from ordinary inooe ......... 1,227,328 807,792 86,560 332,976 83,299 215,645 508,848 48,148 107,064 36,477 4,502 136,785
Net ordinary inoe ............................. 6,866773 4,212.421 830.527 1,823,825 182,612 889,895 3.139.914 406,002 338,132 390,036 45,661 643,994
Extraordinary Incoe
Extraord ary Iname oredit ....... . .... 268,610 187,850 15,110 6.,646 115,483 72,371 11,394 6,203 47,734 315
Extraordinar 1i003m oarg. ........... 13.180 15,052 229 7,003 17 612 11 7,029 .1900 53,088 311 1,704
Delayed Inon ome credits ........ ...... 15,397 9431 5,451 515 43,65 4,028 838 15
Delasyd inoome oharges ........................ 50 3.102 261 1,701 3,102 1,701
Total extraordinary lncome ...*... ......... 205,659 179.131 19,071 7,457 d_____3 7 116,398 65,780 9,494 48,586 47,423 -
Net income before inooe taxes ................ 7,072,432 4,391,552 849,598 1,831,282 179,565 1,006.293 3,205,694 415,496 289,546 437,459 45,661 643,120
Inoome taxes / .............. ............... 2,981.948 1,846,407 375,292 760.249 72,254 316,817 1,457,336 163,719 181,019 155,844 259,667
sot .inome ................................... 4,090,484 2.545,145 474,306 1,071,033 107.311 689,076 1,748,358 251.777 108.527 281,615 45,661 383,453
Operating ratio 2/ .................... proent) 96.04 96.43 93.93 95.50 96.22 97.70 95.86 95.23 96.87 94.72 89.16 94.93
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AS WITHDRAWALS
Dividen ................................... 1,773,531 $630,367 651,100 $92,064 $7,500 75,559 8547,308 $376,002 $5,000 466,062 45000
ithdra1wal ................................... 76,139 442,9351 33,095 288,093 70,468 244,128 128,355 20,320 133,506 52.373 81.894
Total dividends and withdrawle ................ 2,537,670 1,073,318 684.195 780,157 77,968 319,687 675.663 396,322 138,506 118,435 126,894
EQUIPHENT

Revenue freight equipaent ownasd.t olose of ear:
Truoks uSber of units ..... 1253 852 96 305 164 386 302 36 6 26 14 183
Coat .......... .,037,801 $2,732,504 180,204 $1,125,093 $525,546 81,503,157 $703,801 449,324 $91,260 868,94 $152,574 8762,991
Truok ta otor Numlber of un ............. 8,623 6,199 57 1,850 327 2,050 3,822 450 662 362 4 372
Cot .................... 30,739942 22,100,503 $2,065,540 6,573,899 1,706,630 9,11162 11,282,11 1,91,1 1,748494 83,09 18,458 2,481,77
SeAtrailers mbr of unl ............. 10,945 7,997 671 2,277 472 2,539 4,986 9 757 330 2 719
Cost ... .... 32,279,745 $23,204,364 $2,055,031 $7,020,350 $1,179,301 $7,911,543 814,113.520 $1,415,972 $2,303,593 $990,608 $2,000 82.308,177
ll trailers Nuber of units ......... 467 302 165 8 36 258 17 148
Cost ..................... 1,204,905 $740,259 $464,646 $12,939 8100,055 $627,265 59,114 405,532
Other equipment Co ............. $1,385,916 $1,025,421 #15,801 $344.694 $138,760 1376,184 $510,477 $56,018 $81,437 60,913 $8,070 r318,256
Total cost of all equipment oned............ 69,648,309 $49,803,051 $4,316,576 $15,528,682 $3,563,176 $19,002,401 $27,237,474 $3,013,165 $4,224,784 $1,954,484 $240,216 $6,096,033
EPLOKEER 2//
Averag nuber ................................... 15.921 11,248 1,198 3.475 765 3,897 6,586 797 1,041 711 26 900
Totrl omp ation .................. .......... $74,225,831 (52,1 10 $4,793.212 $17,298,209 $3,393,979 817,989,988 $30.750,443 4,005,113 5,026,205 3,259,724 $1114969 $4,895,198
OPERATING STATISTIO
Avrrage nuiber of track. and traotors in Interolty
revenbue .rf vie
Owned pwer unite:
In operation ............................... 7933 5.6?3 515 1,745 412 2,083 3,178 436 561 356 16 376
ad rgoing repair ............. ........... 356 251 16 89 30 90 131 28 32 6 1 22
Stand-by .................................. 517 397 25 95 39 160 198 9 52 3
Total power units--Owned ................ 8,806 6,321 556 1,929 481 2,333 3,507 473 645 362 17 432
Rented power unit without driver--In operation 904 576 7 321 142 434 48 12 125 25
Rented power units with driver--In operation .... 1.827 1,546 113 168 36 185 1,325 6 75 4 83
Total number of power units in ilteroity
revenue servine ........................... 11,537 8,443 676 2,418 517 2,660 5,266 527 843 491 17 540
Vehi.le-ile (loaded and empty):
Owned v o ............................... 375,649,742 25,046,948 25,881,639 104,721,155 11,414,320 73,448,065 160,184,563 20,882,085 37,54,824 21,713,928 1,432,228 23,19,090
V oe rentd without drive ............... 51,98,307 29,059,594 136,927 22,301786 500 7,117,76 21,941,330 3,789,712 8 318,607 8,169,284 024,183
Vehloleo rented with drivrr .................. 90 0,326 64,272.411 9.999379 1613836 822,000 7959,359 559,052 32717 6,980,398 1,0 244 7,3.177
Drve y ..................................... 12,409,749 11,205,487 718,809 85,453 1 752,149 9,53,338 294,247 191,206 -
Total mlaes operated in Interolty
hig.hay .ervIO all .veole ............ 529,968,124 349,584,440 36,736.754 13,646,930 12,236,820 90,277,337 247,070,283 25,293,761 53,034,035 30,960,456 1,432,228 32,926,450
uilcs-Rall and ater services ................... 14,210 14,210 - 14,210 -
Tomn of revenue freight cared in interolty
ervie ....................................... 30,696,054 24,618,663 1,235,819 4,841,572 1.552,987 7,512,754 15,552,922 1,181,361 1,021,434 400,536 82,590 2,155,651
ght revenue fm interolt7 rvie ........... l$181,938,150 $124,85,819 $13,403,536 $43,708,795 $6,767,756 138,333,518 $79,724.545 $8,009,976 $14,089,948 $7,813,552 $462,606 $13,332,713
AVERAGEB
r*leght revenue per Interolty-mlle ............... $.0.343 $0-357 $0.365 (0.304 $0.553 0.425 (0.323 $0.317 o0.266 80.252 40.323 0.405
encs per Interolty vehlole-mile / .......... 0.355 0.376 (0.354 $0.304 80.543 $0.441 $0.3,44 0.323 (0.263 (0.245 (0.288 t0.413
Average e1le2-per owned vehicle p r annu ....... 42.658i 38,767 46,550 54,288 23,730 31,482 45,676 44,148 58,207 59,983 84,249 53,586

!CredS or o Sther r 1ev re Ito T h/ This ltm o does n iot nlude iv ot equipment engaged by these arriers to perform 'Purohlsedtraneportation'
a. f lotilod ie ncao tsxas appliatble to n ole rapLetlsrhlps and partneraehin. Seo introdultory aorvrie.
ateltS een./. Ba le figur e Inlude expensee of operatlnK vehiclee In interoity and In looal servloee; those expense.
I tlnc audi ( r dereisation, tzton, an operatln taxe) divided by toal are not separable. Coparlsone of average revenue and expenose per lnterolty vehlolo-mle a theretore
atg reee. subJeot to qualification, partloularly where the looal rverus e n a large part of the total revenue.




STAT1STIS10 0 COAUS I OTIOR nARIEunu 0F POPIRT! FORa THE *lAR Z1m D.C. 31, 192t

ABT. 29.--0OP28TING STATISTICS OARRIERS E8AGED0 IN INTERoITY En0VI2 REPO2wING71 V8S TON-MIL2
BY DISTRICT AND R0ION, 1952
A.--0ON 0822ARRIERS0
(The. cOTriers are Itclu.ed in table. 14, 26, .6d 27)


fl. or Total -. a 0 of T0. I a o o t Total co0. or a 1 .
oOrl~o ..-I go.0001 -.-0. 50001 geonera 0l7.1.. 50w.1 g-71;;l. 50u.1 ..0.0 At MacSa ote IM.
It.. I1 freight I I fsarih I1= @I $1-
11 All district. Ea ter distrit theWste d tritat Eglad rgi Riddle A% 1 -,I -
Rumbe.r of carriers repro... at .... ............ .. ....... 1,534 1,033 111 06 6 888 644 244 194 119 75 452 270 182 26 353 24 110
Aversge _u0er of tru.cks ad t-0at-r. -ed 1. Interoity

S0S 0.. 0........0. 3.0 13 11 2.497 7..14 71.069 1,47 121 11 206710 11,.286 4,174 4,662
0.s00n-b 3,008 1,668 14340 1.580 915 665 487 320 17 108 04 10 6 300
Total aown equlpoent ..................0.... 56,270 40,915 15,355 30,674 22,524 8.150 7,973 6,0o84 1,889 17,623 12,307 5,316 5090 4,46 44 12,858 06 399
A0.s0t 90Pwr "It$0 10tho00 dri0000--In 0900C0100 18,022 12.071 9 1 12,60 561 4,044 ,156 802 314 .2i1- a 70 1:b 10 161 9
Re00sd p00r 000. 10th 61 -2 op0 tl.. 0900 ... 02.796 110,106 '1290 16,3:3 629 9,424 2,939 1.07 1,:62 .8 7
Total ............. ... .. ...... ..........* 97,088 63,092 33,996 59.632 38,014 21,618 12,066 8,463 3,605 25,388 16,615 8,773 5,625 4,655 970 18.860 12,754 6.196
r t n ...... ....... 93,264 76074 17,190 47,984 38,97 9.009 11,316 11,163 2,1 31.962 25,936 6,026 6.990 6,062 928 78,687 14 W70
Vh.biol.-.ll operated i 11ntercity r00.00.0 ....I00




Altle n00110100 "e .e....... 5,42.6,115.254 3.554,977.358 1,871,137.896 2.977,325,893 1,852,34,49 1,124.791.398 772.523,066 18.190,308 214,324,738 1,676,26,291 1,14,244.531 132,021,760 197,136,762 164,674,49 32.62,273 823,463,082 54,0,61 4,94,21
1. 4--i1 vn. h iter 0 r..00 o.s ...... ....... ........ 270,11 1,31,19 1,898,600 6,941,404 6,541,464 2,804 2,804 9,725,911 7,827,311 1,898,608 1,3 .3 3711 7,31 1276, 719 976,715 -
t.on. of .eu0 r01a0t 0 lrrled n1t0 r0lt01 00r.1. ... 202,96,623 118,596,815 6387,608 11 6,136,728 73,593,799 40,542,929 22,320,862 13,349,310 9.171.332 66,326,833 31,613.06 34.673,327 11,469,41i 8,095.917 3.393534 4,0,lll341 23.29,139 16,.1 02 ;;::
80000 0010: 010,0007 os00d100..r......... ..,,.,,,.,.. ., 30,0 366,34 : N13,330,2 F019 7,039,100,906 11,336,736,167 12 8:194 4 ... 8ll
8.11*46 00000 0020100 0000100sr~lo~l....... ..214,964.0 202,721.990 682.01 2 718 712 46 141687,777 128,030,S97 28, 0 1,99,466 31,99,36
otl t- tl ......... 48,790,431,565 13,408,088,338 13,382,33,227 2.584, 31,715 18.668.639.875 6,9115891.840 7,039,501.,64 .,254,673.799 1,784,827.761 16.166,398,286 11,46,774.664 ,681.6021,622 1,51,037,779 1,321,8d6,14 229,11.i64l 7.4 7,101,00 1 5,192,220,4 2 1,413,8925,69
.0r16 re0...ne In.ert. .. r1 ... ..... ..... 42,739709.97 2,082.140,041 M637.69,433 61.67,934,764 1,162,971.611 6406,963,113 0344,770.155 8276,326.749 68,443,806 9827.004,.615 642,842,141 184,162,514 135,860,270 8118,979,371 816,880,899 W478,641,276 380. 001,1663 93,6 4 1 3
lta Ve.hsis. ..... deprec.......... .. ..... 92,672,488,280 92,009.613,253 8662,875,027 91,29,03, 6 l.,51,121,223,364 1407.8062 6 0 ,523 2 .3270 66,909.65 18,6,81062 0 369 624,755,619 6188,150,000 8132,231,.1 815,25a2,1 00 ,.6919,391? Bi ,4263l. 554,70B3.796 268,95-4,21





7m0 0o f o arir0 Rpes.0 7t 1 ... .......................... 87 62791 08 7 50.40.618 .823 .31208 .04690 .0323 .0384 2 6804 0,016.92611 .8 7.19 0.6934 46070 2,34,15 .036 276,71 27,6,91 88




ore2"" 'rvict:
I00 .0- l 1 e0 0l 6q p0-1 ...../. .................. 1299 9,672 3,327 2,4 71 2157,0 3 0318 ,0 3,2 54 ,7 20.614 72603 5267 32. 351 4, 150 94.1 424 1, .68 76 2 ,1 81, .1 08
a-Po er 0000lta .oltl o4ta r In3 ( t5 10 .... 108 73 7 96 4577 6.2 36 28 1,176 .1 8 9 93 .60 7.13 3 7 79 2
-e poerr at *1th rlr-In p to ....... 1167 ,37 7,63 1 8 Collio r03 S e 01 .291 9 0 6 2 2 9980 12 19 05 4 682, 1- 1 216, 6
1T .Iotal .0 0 0 ................................... .490 0335,47 208,05 11.5 3,9380 42,67 649 60,1971 7.580 1,5791 801,3 6 091 3. 33 7 38 1 2,904 4 839,0 39,86 65 2 9


.nr'st .... 0 a . ad ...d.. .. .... .. 22,327 18,609 3- 108 4,4 $ 4 6,4 5 68O 2671 8.108 6 4 B.060 4.81 2,03 13 $30 682 6W3, 3,



..To l e-1 ..es ......... .....................0 16.57.988.935 11.75*.3619259 4,821,27.676 1681 8.756,278 ll.,121,0. *3*,6,5,268 3,5$,76,111 22 47 562 081 77112.8. 99 30 0 1 3 179 193 1 86 17 1 7.









Freight -d. P. ..nr r ..i.. ................... 53233218 663991117 28922101 7935 976,37 1503.565 182 029 151 8 1 8133012 131 8,77 507.332 801.7.53 1 278. 7 1 1 22,99,. V 9 0,









Toal l 00.6r 09010 00 .. ... .. 12 ,998696 $ 05,67241 $ 03,127 10.82,47 12,1526 3.383, O 0 2,64521 6035,273311 1,9 1,014699 2 3, 7897 1,8172 6 3182 ,98 2,109
4654 993 A22 47 371 21:8 141 6
00900 1000100 0 0 10 3 6,696 3,77 62 621 699 2671136 38 o1

0000 00 010 1 6 0900010 11,673. 4,00 7,638? 27 243 1,3081 101 1 S 0. 1 ._ ling







Expenses Pr ltt tt l a ................0 3 90 21679 19,11 36,7 A 9 010"05 27,67 0 41,021,1 32,71,11 46,21,70 23,71:,186 1 4 6 1 0.596 9.12 61,57 0:3% 6









001000 0l.-.r o.n ....... 11, 23 034 48,544 1,,94 50,6 -.9 58,2 571,307 59. 14,8692 .13,32 0 0 9 ,03010 20
7t- s 0. nh11. ritcity A0h 1o001661 62/ e o
10001 0000180. .... 16,116,741,386 11, 72 4 6 6 1 7 4 9 3,479,16,3 2,468,14 771,22 231,8429 191,610,8 1,237.788 2 61 1,7493 907 5 640 ,9 1 11.46

ru700r of.. oario.... rpresnted.................. 17.,33 13,169 3,47. 1,048, 8 14 21 358 3,.6,11 41608 7.8 3 ,77 1 .7 08 2,004.964893 2124,7 ,2 19,91384,917,411 3,1,9
Averotg ro spf nd ta ors -d In In tercityy Trln o *j








so6 0000 720 24 000 11 9r20 1 I0V,9 .14825 0 23 20386 160340 90.49 38 3 297 0 o.30 074 021 902
4173 6 89663 577 852 044 0.8 1 11323'm 4 853 M20901 4300471 16


T0005 5 ..11.0 ... .... ...o.. .1. 300147 20,805 14,42 3,30 2,701 .493 617 .,560 16091 7,894,009 174 38 1 98 90 01 39166 2.534

of9,303 ......44,604 ...... I ................... 328 0,4,8 4,130358 6,14118.56819, 41,892 13,33 57,6 390 46,170 7,041 ,4,131 6 09,926 6 ,412 74,340 253


owned 0007 00 8.086 0 6 ................... 616010 .., 938:13 117 79.1:.7 11:11:3,12 106: 11: 7 1:1000316 0320011:46010-4501100,906,2003.11 .1:7111:38F -4:9T6:91 951:721." :1:472114 230,409.033




10h.:hl 0161 1010 010 0010 100.1 00000 100 14 90 0S 00 0 0




40 STATIBTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPtRTY FOR TIHE IYEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 29.-OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY BERVICE REPORTING REVENUE TON-MILES
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952
B.--CONTRACT CARRIERS
(These carriers are included in table 28)



All Eastern Southern Western I 0 8
Item districts district region district New Middleo tn
England Atlantic Central Northweetern Mid-Western Southwestern Rountan P

Number of carriers represented ........................ 214 152 11 51 10 64 78 8 19 5 1
Average number of trucks and tractors used in interoity
revenue service:
Owned equipment:
In operation........................................ 7,456 5,309 473 1,674 394 1,887 3,028 409 542 339 16
Undergoing repairs ............................ 336 239 16 81 30 80 129 21 32 6 1
Stand-by ..................................*........... 448 348 6 94 39 135 174 9 51 -
Total owned equipment ................... 8,240 5,896 495 1,849 463 2,102 3,331 439 625 345 17
Rented power unite without drivers--In operation. 848 531 7 310 124 407 48 115 125 -
Rented power units with drivers--In operation ... 1,770 1,509 93 168 36 161 1,312 6 75 4 -
Total ..................................... 10,858 7,936 595 2,327 499 2,387 5,050 493 815 474 17
Number of revenue trucks and tractors owned at close
of year ........................................... 9,252 6,580 603 2,069 473 2,199 3,908 448 690 371 18
Vehicle miles operated in intercity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles .................................. 355,071,124 231,477,370 22,432,205 101,161,549 11,037,992 65,828,131 154,611,247 19,061,523 36,681,014 21,264,199 1,432,228 22,
Vehioles rented without drivers ................. 47,719,277 27,129,315 136,927 20,453,035 500 6,193,202 20,935,613 3,789,712 6,787,938 8,169,284 1,
Vehicles rented with drivers .................... 85,060,090 62,203,942 6,717,612 16,138,536 822,000 6,578,952 54,802,990 327,717 6,980,398 1,077,244 7,
Driveaway ....................................... 7,783,248 6,578,986 718,809 485,453 1,752,149 4,826,837 294,247 191,206 -
Total miles operated in intercity service-
All vehicles ........................... 495,633,739 327,389,613 30,005,553 138,238,573 11,860,492 80,352,434 235,176,687 23,473,199 50,640,556 30,510,727 1,432,228 32,1
Miles--Rail and water services ........................ 14,210 14,210 14,210 -
Tone of revenue freight carried in intercity service 1/ 29,142,283 23,488,324 1,116,255 4,537,704 1,505,874 6,877,731 15,104,719 1,151,071 990,511 380,845 82,590 1,
Ton-miles--Intercity revenue freight: 2/
Motor carrier highway service ...................... 3,801.796,964 2,637,523,055 180,723,627 983,550,282 83,004,517 603,762,298 1,950,756,240 164,074,677 319,113,663 127,860,329 15,301,926 357,1
Rail and water carrier services .................... / -
Total ton-miles ................................. 3,801,796,964 2,637,523,055 180,723,627 983,550,282 83,004,517 603,762,298 1,950,756,240 1l4,074,677 319,113,663 127,860,329 15,301,926 357,1
Freight revenue Intercity service ................... $169,504,090 $116,174,677 $11,666,903 $41,662,510 $6,481,368 $34,197,431 $75,495,878 $ 7,507,476 $13,290,108 $7,580,232 $462,606 *12,g
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating
taxes)2/ ........................................... $175.973,637 $123,015,988 $11,206,786 $41,750,863 $6,362,086 $35,788,170 $80,865,732 7,730,639 $13,129,728 $7,377,618 $412,443 $13,
AVERAGES
Freight revenue Per intercity vehicle-mile .......... 0.34198 0.35485 $0.38882 $0.30235 0.54647 $0.42559 (0.32102 $0.31983 $0.26237 #0.24844 (0.32300 0
Per intercity ton-mile .............. .04459 0.04405 *0.06456 0.04236 p0.07808 $0.05664 0.03870 $0.04576 (0.04165 (0.05929 0.03023 S1
Expense Per intercity vehicle-mile / .............. 0.35504 0.37575 0.37349 0.30199 0.53641 $0.44539 0.34385 o0.32934 0.25920 0.24180 0.28797 1'
Per intercity ton-mile / ................ 0.04629 0.04664 0.06201 0.04245 (0.07665 $0.05928 0.04145 10.04712 (0.04114 #0.05770 (0.02695
Ton-miles Per intercity vehicle-mile (average loadY/ 7.67 8.06 6.02 7.11 7.00 7.51 8.29 6.99 6.30 4.19 10.68
Per ton (average haul per carrier) / .... 130 112 162 217 55 88 129 143 322 336 185
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum ........... 43,091 39,260 45,318 54,711 23,840 31,317 46,416 43,420 58,690 61,635 84,249

/ Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting class I motor carriers. _/ Average load is based on both trips with load and trips without load and is derived by
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Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local services; these expenses are '/ Average haul is derived by dividing revenue ton-miles by tone of intercity revenue
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lab eb rei gt Id ............................. A 1,549 4357.496 a,.033,793 $1.979 $1.035.772 $998.,595 37,477 ;25,614 146 8571,479 22 1 23 1.227,40. 6 651 32.641 1,0, 68
Aron pres, In ..................... ....... A 631 352,283 1,108,47 5.126 1.113,583 1.070.657 42.926 16,196 130 554,108 17 12 1 30 703,852 1,091.121 96,580 1891
Lrrowead freight Lines, Ld. A.... .... 2.331 1.202,709 2.914,486 -- 2.914,486 3,001,214 6 109.615 256 1,237,827 45 4 2 51 3.572,953 1,447,422 102, 240 5,122.615 -
: :d-Portlend Track nrv oe I .......: 9? 39737 1,288.101 3 1288,554 1131,508 ,058,367 155 638,126 17 -17 1,419,382 3.185 2,445 ,45,012 -
rasll Moetor Freight Line .................... 2 .142 3,175,002 3,684.655 1,129 3,685,784 2,769.460 901,324 471,542 317 1,476,649 59 -1 60 7.555,849 52310 7,608.159 -
Ctiforni: Moter Troport Co., ltd........ A 1,804 1.939.869 3.003,023 3.003023 2,847 368 155,655 67230 167 825,938 56 5 5 66 5,713,793 488,486 944,202 36,4 1 1
Consolidated Coppretat ne .............. A 1198 840,964 1.739.386 1,739.386 1,595,708 143.678 59.023 128 733.485 2 5 32 1,706,985 51.4 2.28,466
2t1. Idenese, .... l.o........ A 863 1.21.229 2.787.050 23.073 2.810,123 2,779.123 31,000 21.102 295 1572.649 36 36 131.847 201,033 1515:880
P ortior Tras portation GCo ... . outC 1,ch638,617 3.325.ic 8 Irr7u386 3.u800,070 3822.8 61 4 d 14817 4 0 2,o000o.457 156 3 159 6,425,259 170,456 6 ,595,6 5 l
art Traportetlon Co.. o se. P. ... .. A 566 360.399 1,050.115 28.561 1,078,676 1.036.200 27,777 83 460,085 14 18 1,252,779 521.558 1 337 -
Hig TraOr n eport .......................... A 1,096 571.630 1,731,347 27.541 1,758,888 1,796,547 37659 d 0 264 1.090.369 48 48 974,748 9748748 -
Inld Motor Freight .......................... .. A 2.059 1,.340.301 3471.215 157,144 3,628.359 3.533.246 95,113 3655 575 1,982,697 79 8 87 3,372.073 803,255 1,094 4.176,422 -
Interst for eloyit Linesot inc lue re of .. .....AA 190 a73.a73 1.t11h 505 1115,505 994,887 120.618 73,5t2 124 579,327 23 23 821,110 15.543 ) 836.653 l
Lee & S istes. In e .... ..................... A 633 1,033,551 2.415.981 12,410 2.428.391 2,379,060 49,331 29,160 277 1.330,160 61 61 3047.294 3.948 3,051,242 |
Los Agelee-Settle MRotor irprees. Ien ........... 1,486 2,491.247 7.878,341 92.981 7,971,322 7,434,.174 537,148 311.120 622 3.300.720 37 35 29 101 3,249,881 7,172,458 581,328 11,003,667 -
avoe Freight Lines. Inc ....................... A 3,098 3.786,374 8,717,215 129,017 8,846,232 8,669,072 177,160 70.344 3,750,646 106 35 8 149 9,415,281 5,786,486 1,033,815 16,235,582 -
Northern T- spor.tlon Co ................ A 1.608 851.996 2,758.069 2,758,069 2,670.672 87.397 40962 135 724.159 22 11 33 1,942,496 3,016,991 -i,959,4t
Cr.eg-Ne.- lifornis Feet Freight, Inc. ...... A 2128 1,588,223 3.581,405 208 3.581.613 3.326.806 .54.807 59,362 393 1.771.8 59 62 5 67 4,198.801 236,481 4,435,282
oPaeific n r igt d ........................r ... A 3.322 4,846,811 9,722.772 3578.348 10,301,120 10,42,389 d 126269 6 118.357 1.502 6,121.253 218 26 244 8,268,257 2,981.549 118i456 11.368,262
Potfli e TraI s port, In ..................A 503 736,703 2.432.883 120,245 2,553.12 2,464.358 88,770 35.930 354 1.437,724 49 49 2,099,161 18,628 2117.789
PeaLfic Intermountain ipres Co.............. A 10.497 11,600,791 20, 96,900 20.5656 20.617,465 18,262.741 2.354.724 1.250,254 1,961 9,361.036 251 9 260 39,030,606 944,033 3994639 i 150,096
Pirce Ato Freight Line., Inc................... A 1,753 810,650 3,264,484 7,921 3,272.405 3.234,684 37,771 12,758 405 1,655,683 34 12 46 2,488.386 1,435,780 U8,5431 4,042.709
Portland-Pendleton Motor Transportstion Co ....... A 381 367,896 1,045,073 643 1,024,716 1,082,776 6 37.060 d 127 511,998 15 15 987316 2.444 3,290 -993,050 1.0
Savane Treesportation Co.. Ic ............. 900 677,572 1,079.349 3,116 1082,465 1,157,80 d 1015 1 553,78 28 28 1,418,400 185.,400 1,603. -
outhern Cealfornia freight Linee s....... ...... A 1,406 1,602.656 3.666,741 750,336 4,417077 4,274,757 14.320 29,712 / 37 28 4 69 2,952,194 1517,191 1,462952 5.93233
1. .. 2. Inmorpe.d rt .......... .... 3,117 1,331,438 4,068,992 11,20 4,080,62 3,731,385 348,877 120,341 393 1,718808 4 11 56 543,616 2,102,703 330791 7,869,110
Texe-wieorlnMeotr reiht. -to ..... .2... 1.022 1,700,558 3,173.624 3.829 3,177.,453 2.696,421 481,032 170,122 266 1,287,330 82 9 91 5.669,136 892,182 6561,318 -
Trnscn li es ............................... B 3,479 2,283,076 5.923.733 2,011 5.92.5,744 5.5311,990 403,754 102.708 459 2,488.45 54 29 2 85 6.076,698 5,685,649 575.586 .12.337.933
United Track Line;, In.e .........o............. A 1,723 2.902.128 5,096,379 10,715 5,107,094 4,910,112 196,982 99,061 632 2,548,703 7 109 116 112.756 6,130.657 6,243,413 -
Nell. ruck .......d. ... . 9-4 822,821 2.412,729 8,917 2.421.646 2,380,687 40,959 4dJ 200 982.147 47 6 4 57 3,449,174 394,936 496,077 4.330,187
W.et Coasast ast FreTight .................... A 5,.276 6,007,756 12,463,036 192,323 12.655,359 12.193,884 449,475 20 .718 1.129 5,091.401 141 59 1 201 16,156,017 3.633,610 308,485 20.o098112
Weotern TOrna line, Ltd ................. ....... 1 4,417 2,592,022 8.683.929 40.761 8.724,690 8,43,047. 81,643 118.298 840 4,097.787 125 43 168 11,839,679 3,921.952 502,064 -16.263695
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TA8J 31.-AB8tR01 T 0 SIoTi0D TNAICUIL AND OPRATIOi HENS 1NDIVIDAL CO8 W 0 CAM0RIS OF 00MODIINHS OVA AN O 00 2 B M" I00EV 10006 1i a 1'0BO2T 00 U 1C HAVIN OPG ATIH8 1MAIM ovr ;18.000,000 1952 Dootiao.
IT DISTRICT AID 3=I20



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............................. 957.781 1.814,673 8167 .788.370 $26.303 $11.937 227 $653.187 87 6 93 1.767,629 167.485 1.935,14 -o
.. ................... 5289 3.61626 8,138 3.169,764 3.22.2304 a .M d.27 289 1,023,678 142 142 8,987.193 1 .222 9.3 9,4166 .356
r .................. 921.116 1.020,033 718.985 1.739,018 1.48.220 280.798 268 051 136 662.2 79 79 2.069.451 17 9 ,0879 .
................. ....... 2323.878 5,726,773 30.838 6031.611 i,338,019 683.592 99,683 494 2.6,4.745 289 47 4 340 16 12 4, .534 657.748 1879978 26a129.402 -219 2
... ................ 05 1750.9 1.70,91 1.69,150 101.764 71.047 115 502074 89 13 102 527,186 179540 5,70 726 29

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SCo. .......................... 1.024,872 4,296,259 66.582 4,362,841 4,199,486 163,357 73.987 52 179.409 150 150 8,353.355 8,353,355 "514 03
............................... 473271 1012386 1,012,386 966662 45.72 37,718 5 286,697 6 21 1156289 223021 387 99 .8
S......................... 5 1793647 01.57 1.895,10 1849.333 45,771 2 181 667.832 15 45 7 67 70706 3789,888 202.362 4- ,69996
u e aM1.r Co. ................... 788,175 2.204,915 4374 2,209,289 2,033.575 175.71 89,66 162 534.456 53 27 ? 87 6,449043 3322,234 676.000 10,447, 7 19
= 1,. ...........................C.. 376,053 1,225.69 11.694 1237.388 1,167,839 69,549 73,024 44 168,849 12 24 36 1556747 2.25.543 -4,18, .9)2
orttlo., I ................... 1.053 649,515 1,607.202 13,840 1.621,042 1,496.949 124,093 68,581 123 547,586 26 9 33 2.427,178 1 337 494 376 ,672 6 57
1. *ick ..................... 1.396,619 5.273,820 71.220 5.345,040 5.272,136 72,904 34.570 187 852,720 83 143 226 5.757.669 11.166.887 1692,556 .1212


t Co. ......................... 1,653,717 1.578,907 49.48 1,628.391 1,612.371 16.020 8 14.615 135 654.385 65 65 ,o60,oo 6 -- 4060, .339
e. .............................. D 785,418 966.961 403,733 1.370,694 1.346,983 23,711 134,696 119 626.8860 21 6 27 8o0,862 202,924 1.043786 .961.290
L gi n Co., ................. 170 1,689,516 1.,764,744 1,764.744 1,715.528 49,216 9.588 116 514.105 77 18 95 2.018.511 683.993 2.17O1 -653 6
., 1a. ..................... C 2.369,233 2,897,964 129,056 3,027.020 2,651,180 375,840 284,081 299 1,478,987 79 7 858502 6- - 8 0 1
........................ A 1268 723,669 1,186,834 30.568 1,217,402 1.175.031 42,371 11.798 130 635.933 5 -5 2,800,000 00,000 .4.4 .4
k rice. I. .................. 721,637 2,011.056 $315.797 134,608 2,461.461 2.26.360 35.101 80 226 1,057,462 14 25 2 41 2.54,169 641,800 1,158.334 ,31 3 *39
C .................44........509 1.195.693 175,788 1.371.481 1.350.594 20,887 5,63 112 427.721 33 15 4 1.997.571 1.227,166 198,72 3,41.' -
ST .bpor ta 0Co., o. ...... 460,808 1,075,278 85.960 1,161.238 1.069.185 92.053 48.940 77 450.136 29 29 2, 890 17 , .00 .
yer. a n. ..................... 2 520.569 1.894.875 131.954 2.026.829 1,915,629 111,200 37.538 117 518,898 7 26 4 37 298.812 3.564.556 350,000 2,285.504 6.498,87 .292 .295
SIAts ......I................. A 250 721.449 1.061,261 332.640 14,727 1,408,622 1,389,288 59.340 22,752 98 73,579 26 1 27 2559.338 60,68 2,619.986 *S .515
aic Cr. ..................... 2 2.062,219 3,357,285 219.456 3.576,741 3.307.041 269.700 154.357 267 1,573,614 87 4 91 8,140,102 483,186 63,512 8,686,800 .306 .1
......................... 760,895 2.271,2 132,241 2,03383 2375,033 2.350 16.724 169 770732 61 18 79 1,46511 1190 1.373.273 2839574 .00 836
0o ...................... C 312,412 687.223 312.943 1,000,166 1,016,090 d,3 1.92 1 70 379.208 24 2 8 34 110.317 96,258 398.338 1.599.913 .630 .63
in S iw ................ 0 432 1,807.183 5.76,393 76.535 5.552,928 5.418.731 92.197 107,396 314 1,576,306 163 12 23 198 7393.283 1,147,012 4,603,003 13 .143.298 417
Trock L. ..................... D 347.348 1.164.917 83.951 1.268.868 1.261.642 7.226 3,560 91 370.075 44 10 56 1,382.433 760,281 21- 2. 714 553 .59
Isc., 1. A. ................. C 1,000,289 2,005.965 84,405 2,090.370 2,081,231 9.139 a 2.C 110 600.786 44 26 70 3,454,164 1,.572.229 .26,393 399 1
SCo. ............................. 965.21 1.308847 73,655 1382.502 1.360,719 21,783 20,265 100 562,912 76 2 78 25 39,734 257.396 157,251 2,954, 381 .4 .46
I. ............ .. 828,657 1,213738 1.15 1,214,853 1,230.976 161 17.1 94 531.381 5 59 2 670,133 13$.483 2,805,616 43 *
a 4tion 00. ..............0...... 540.204 1,251.213 59,838 1.311,047 1,318,473 6 1776 115 577,182 45 45- 3,943,276 16.376 245.747 4,205.399 .98 *314
tog C0. 0 ......... .. 0 417.231 1.629.432 201,242 1.830,676 1.812,390 18.26 23.120 68 288.465 9 29 38 161.334 2,202,525 2,3630859 .689 .767
0 ............................ 2,920 1,200,951 1,6064,223 44,210 1,646,43 1.643,988 4,445 196,762 124 751,579 41 3 1 45 3903.003 570,487 5,692 4,479,18 67
t .............00......2. 919 577.385 1,680.929 37,563 1.718,492 1,777,998 L.. 559..506 63.117 132 625.1864 29 4 6 39 2,087.562 332,690 9.4.513 .- 4S -
I. I. ....................... 0 800,631 2,408,291 71,100 2,479.391 2,430.991 48,400 16,379 142 770.685 35 64 99 2,508,832 3.968,874 6,477,706 .372
.......................... D 79 1.416,722 2,016,$28 69,012 118,613 2,204,153 1,868.728 335,425 146.240 119 620,701 45 7 52 2,911,614 376.593 3,288,247 34 .56*

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rot. Soabo6dl. ontrh .o; ** Rocalar rt*lo Hoahokduled ervico; 'CO Irregular rout 1adial service; OD0 Irregular rout. Nonracial service.
oyw do 0ot laleate drtlvl of Wqmiplaet *eAgMad by these carrlerT to pprfor *P iirchaied tran portation *om ce.
11 i Olud expens of or tpeFrtnlag vehcle 1a latercity l local bertcesl the.. xpee... ar noat separable. Compar sons of averags revenao and expenae. per Intercity vehicl-mlle
4fo- subject to quallfaltion, partldjLrIay abet the local revesue Is a larg part of t0. total reoecao.


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50 STATISTICS OF GLSS I MOTO CARBIHS OF rROPr0PB M 0 R I 1R 3M BIBB 082 31, 1952

TABL 32.-A-STRAT OF SIL3CTED FINANCIA AMD OP1AT3IG ITMIS INDIVIDUAL COW8T8 CAURRIS 0 HGA2G IN ITARCITY SBVICR ERVING OMUTING RIXB USA OTR $1,000.000 1952
BT DISTRI An30D RBGIOw


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S type of ..."ts (ot lt roiy (inel audilg h. carrier o V ohic
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.aced o. yic roue pn rrty) C iemor carrier operating tra er m nor th cm unOt .with -o. we glD
Staxe) count) drirver drivers drivers dri.ver ..I

All districts totl ................. *43 335.842.583 $4.659.987 89.047.072 $9.526,095 $103.233.154 $98.534,687 $4,687,640 $2.175.141 8,286 $39,333.628 4,208 450 963 5,621 206,608.989 26.681.950 45.569,352 11,144,188 290, 04,479 00.23 40.341
Mast. distrtit total .............. 28 23.W 24.39 426.285 61.691.272 7.996.773 70,114,330 67.153.594 2.949.909 1,302.619 5.652 26.621.153 2,897 231 791 3.919 131.071,832 12.554.920 29,410,084 10.658.7 35 18.695.571 .338 .366
S lad re. on ................ 1 361.805 298,761 1,073.574 1.372.333 1,3Z8.434 43.901 d 41.78 165 730,201 53 1.665,056 1.665,056 .824
idle Atlantic r o ............. 7 4 001,134 10,290,155 862.21 11,152,406 10.968,062 184.344 138.588 1,141 5,661,086 644 29 14 687 21,390,868 1,826,654 519,120 1,205,39? 24,942.0)9 .13 .40
entral rion .................... 20 19.079.500 127,524 50,327,543 7.134.522 57,589.589 54,857.098 2.721,664 1,205,409 4,346 20,209,866 2,200 202 777 3,179 108,01,908 10,728.266 28,890.96 9,453,338 157.088,476 .321 .
Southern g.to ....................... 4 3,212,406 2.217.894 7,100.182 235,632 9.553.708 9,016,850 536,858 261,036 797 3,181.913 290 5 111 406 12,967.811 20,575 9.787,764 22,?76,150 .49 ,396
rst.r distriot-.-tetal ............... 11 7.187.738 2,015.808 20,255.618 1,293,690 23.565,116 2.364,243 1,200,873 611.486 1,837 9.530,562 1.021 214 61 1,296 62,569,346 4 141.06,45 6.371.504 48),453 83,532,78 .267 .268
Wlrthwston region .............. 3 2.368,981 5.86,29 534.899 6.397.148 6,050.606 346.542 208,018 608 3.096,301 345 33 4 382 15,546,158 2.356.903 141.,68 294,247 16,338,992 .320 .330
i sto ron ................. 3 1,738.279 656,912 5.216.436 39,571 5.912.919 5.509,294 403,625 191.231 440 2,356,840 369 40 409 23,620,206 2.152,444 13,496 191,206 25,77,352 .226 .212
Sathstern reion ... .. .... 1 1o,07,935 5,107,322 93.845 5,201,167 4,971,563 229.604 124,817 415 2,025.176 199 121 4 324 1U.247.106 7,980,084 1,077,244 23,304,43 .219 .21
Sokj Mountain region ............ -
f r gio ..................4. .- 2.032.543 1.358.896 4,069.611 625.375 6,053.882 5,832.780 221.102 87,420 374 2.052.245 108 20 53 181 9.15.876 1,617024 5,139,080 1 911,980 .41 .367
m ZgalD REGION
rt. I., Arthur ....................... .. D 361,805 298,761 1,073,574 1.372.335 1,328,434 43,901 411.78 165 750,201 53 53 1,665,056 1.6o,056 .824 .798
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 3tIa0
Anchor Motor loeihtt, 1. T. Corp .................. D 1.330,902 3.793.06 154.357 3.947,763 3.917.476 30.287 10.083 374 1,890293 286 286 10.847,830 1,205,397 12.053,227 .315 .325
atty Motor prs., Io. ......... ........ 92) 114,003 1048,926 45,717 1,094.643 1,093.858 785 d 12 73 323,636 6 29 13 48 326,871 1,826,656 488,085 2,641,610 .397 .41
Frstir l ................. ..... C 620.648 92.,106 297.331 1.220.457 1,177.919 42,538 23,470 116 584.743 87 87 2,837,075 2,837,07 .325 .1
Pacilfi Troasportatlon Lin... I. ............ C 430,211 1,210,742 361,024 1.571,766 1,531,663 40,103 22,627 192 972,025 64 6 2085,497 25 2,086,322 .580 .734
Ebagr Iraer. Inc ...................... ........ 6.760 1086,38 1,086.384 1,054,812 31,572 20,387 18 763.928 89 89 1,581,987 1,581,987 .687 .667
oater T ucking Co., "la... I. ................... 769,534 1.073,026 3,802 1,076.828 1,068.201 8,627 42.906 81 455,316 58 1 59 2.434,065 30,210 2.6275 .435 .433
N3 Tmcking Corpi ..C..o......................... C 371,076 1.154.565 1.154,565 1.124.133 30,432 19.127 122 671,145 54 54 1,277.,543 1,277.543 .90 .880
CEBIAL. MIO0
Anchor Motor Pfreht, Inc.,of Delaare ............ D 1,679,533 5,241,327 10.829 5,252,156 ,504.,966 207,190 102,790 462 2,247,771 432 432 20.312.137 265,00 004 7741 .25 .245
Anohor Motor Preght, Ioo., of Mehip ........... 750,402 1.386,603 8,370 1.394.973 1.318,445 76,528 42.374 123 616.540 101 101 5,.524.415 28,88 5,552,903 .20 .2)7
rtr C. ., .......................... C 759,266 1,931.987 3.131 1,935,118 1.765,369 169,749 72,711 205 921,742 98 98 8.442747 44,224 492570 8979.541 .21 .197
B. & L. Motor POight, ina. ........................ C 407,533 1573,672 85,028 1,658.700 1557.32 101,375 43,742 132 676.432 27 76 103 1,439,421 4,097,670 5,537,091 .284 .281
SCo., r C. ............................. 283.292 127,524 1,421,931 425.578 1,975.033 1,981,520 6.48 16.249 110 542.546 18 72 90 597.8W 1.130.084 1,727932 .897 1.147
Complete dnto Tr it, o. ............... ........ C 3,071602 8.380,772 144,734 8,525,506 7.709,682 815,824 462,316 794 3,566.473 513 513 33.946,479 85,134 4,040,77 38,072,388 .220 .03
Cot rct Crriers, lo. ........................... 327,63 1,060,795 14,209 1,075,004 1,069,322 5.682 611 60 308,673 39 23 62 1,410.197 1.18,817 2,596,01o .409 .12
3r 039 138 585596 38 39 9.775 86.303
D2.r ORSare 2lling Co. .......................... C 412.192 901.954 280.140 1.182,094 1,111,450 70.64 35,836 138 585,.596 38 1 39 925.775 867,303 1,793.078 .503 .620
STr porttion Co. .......................... 1.229,642 7.363,808 174,038 7,537.846 7,465.364 72,482 36,794 85 353.415 66 26 314 406 2.03.127 1.284,188 14,814,547 18.132.86 .06 .41
.lsohb.c Trckig o. ............................. C 235.560 1,069,618 11,378 1.080,996 1,063,361 17,635 14190 92 434.113 49 12 2 63 2,540,009 694,547 55.135 3.289,691 .325 .323
Imlt Belt Motor t, rice, .................... 628,197 1,478.054 217.596 1,695,650 1,484,018 211,632 59,823 118 686,686 92 92 4,801,513 4.801,513 .308 .30
Ollmer Co., P Nl. .......................... C 636,619 2,256,273 2.256,273 2102,741 153,532 79,151 62 394,205 30 25 55 2.399.993 2,235,936 4635.929 .487 .454
a h Inc.. Ja .............................. 1,45,092 2,903.79 111089 3,014,568 2,989,635 24.933 90 255 1.481,774 201 2 24 227 6,407.682 48,000 1,601,920 8,057,602 .360 .371
Kal re o. ..................... .. C 190,999 1,053,019 2.263 1.055,282 1,012,381 42,9013 111 365,603 426,1 ,6626,01 .228 .219
Strlatig Co.. .. ................ 1,529,00 1,21307 1,21,3077 1.031.360 181,717 37,133 163 674.369 73 73 1.42,785 1 2.785 .841 .715
1 T t Co. o ... .. 2,206,405 .600,192 .5181,967 8,782,159 8,658025 113.307 60,964 509 2.030,925 71 37 314 422 373.808 738.717 7647518 8,760,03 .411 .98
Ohi Cartsg. C . ..... .. 362,680 961,546 123,122 1,084,668 987,016 97.652 53.917 132 624,473 66 66 2,863,413 -- 2,863,413 .336 .34
Ba.11.e Crtag. Co., Io. ........................... D 272.557 1172915 45,68 1,218,483 1,180,883 37,600 23,688 175 780,221 79 1 80 2,276,92 9,978 2,286,902 .513 .51
Sprot & Di I. ............................... C 2,250,518 ,02 8 02 2 6,728 3.740,337 286,391 46,577 326 1.783.575 194 2 196 11.901,548 80,671 11.982,219 .336 12
TrV & Son6 ., n.r, y .......................... 440,678 1,329.793 295,482 1.625,27 1,583,898 41.377 37,260 294 1,134,73 61 61 1,372,928 1,372,928 .969 1.15'
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Btag t Trasportatlon Co. ..... .. ........ B 1,447 1,811.851 2.217,894 3.192,080 1.735 5,411,701 5,093,789 317.920 148,922 408 1,387,268 127 5 91 223 4,112,651 20,528 6.50,5997 10.639,176 .508 .479
300.9 Co., A. .......... .......... ...... 923,590 1,422,482 186,798 1.609.280 1.395,980 213,300 118,865 170 754,.092 96 96 3973.134 47 3,973,181 .358 .351
ntrs 1 so, S C .. ....... 165,880 1,036,343 1,036,343 1,05,658 1 1 0 33 82,740 7 20 27 1273,181 3,281.767 4,554948 .228 .230
uky 2as1 p.t2 Corp. ............... .... D 311,085 1,449.277 47.099 1,.96,376 1,481,423 14,953 5,9 186 957:13 60 60 3,608.845 3,60.845 .402 .410

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111side Transit Co., Inc. ... ... .. . 937,227 1.764,608 477,799 2,242,407 2.112,198 130,209 50,939 268 1.263,534 119 4 123 4,713.285 141,684 ,854,969 .363 .435
L.C.L. T- i00t C Co .. .... ....... D 627,294 2,191.986 44,916 2.236,902 2,151,876 85.026 84,673 181 967,218 92 33 125 2,712,342 2.356,903 5,069,245 .42 .42
wl. Co.w L _._...... ....................... 804,460 1,905,655 12,184 1,917,.839 1,786,532 131,307 72,406 159 865.549 134 134 8.120.531 294.247 8,414,778 .226 .212
MIB.-WSWI Co0KI

Cooper Tsrnport .. *.... ...... .. .. C 686,967 2,750.072 44 2,750,116 2,577,781 172,335 57.556 221 1.164,026 195 23 218 11.848250 664,844 92.784 12,605,878 .218 .204
Dalers T pt Co, .....c.......... 61,994 1.762,546 28.396 1,790,942 1,641,638 149.304 55.754 135 721.192 113 113 8,03,252 13496 38,441 8,088.189 .218 203
-T Tr ..ortC. .......................... .. 429318 656,912 703,818 11,131 1.371,861 1,289,875 81.986 77,921 84 471,622 61 17 78 3,735,704 1.487,600 59.981 5,23,285 .258 .24


.t. Transport, i. .............................. C 1,047.935 5,107.322 93,845 5,201,167 4,971,563 229.604 124,817 415 2,025,176 199 121 4 324 14.247,106 7.980,084 1,077.244 23.304.434 .219 .213




C 440 643,668 812,788 1.209,833 14,625 2,837,246 2,003.547 33,699 3,028 140 758,102 31 13 44 2,883,920 1,733,867 4.617.787 .438 .434
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I *A* R'glar r -t* 2 6 Schduled s *erv ; ol- r reogt.laroe blo..chedul.d orvTi c, Irregulr rout Rt- diail rnice; *D Irreglar route Noradtl service.
? Data !or epl0s0 do not includ drivers of qui6peat n .aged by thtse carriers to perfom '?trchaMd trnsportation srice.
Basi c or..e 1 incl e e o-I rf p..tic, vehicle, 10 intercity and0 0 local servise, thss 9e9p0se0 are not 0.1srble. Comparison, of avege roeenue and expe0900 per Intercity vohicle-mil, are therefore
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CARRIERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE





TABLE 33














Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $1,000,000 appear in Table 34.







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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952 5|

TABLE 33.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION,. 1952

All Eastern Southern Western REG O N 8
Item districts district region district New eMiddl Central Northwestern Mid-We.Vestern Southwestern o Pac n

Number of carriers represented .........3.......... 83 237 5 141 11 128 98 13 22 26 8 72
ASSETS
Current assets Total .............. ........... $58,o86,146 $32,669,899 $282,111 925,134,136 9860,324 $19,357,307 $12,452,268 01,325,341 $2,899,221 2,866,005 1$16,860553
Tangible property:
Carrier operating proerty ......................... 133,345,085 81,053,574 860,701 51,430,810 1,883,170 46,898,864 32,271.540 2,81, 88, 92 5,697,47? 2,53 68
Reserve for depreciation and amortiation ............... 79,232,782 48,906,862 588,052 29,737,868 1.068,814 28,902,149 18,935,899 17049736 29903 1396,149 1990912

Net carrier operating property ............ ......... 54,112,303 32,146,712 272,649 21,692,942 814,356 17,996,715 13,335,641 1,110,111 3.386.956 2,77,5I44 1,135,776 12
Carrier operating property leased to others .......... 165,198 125,12'3 40,075 75,529 49, 5, -
Noncarrier prperty on ............ aortaton ...................... 2,638,032 2,066,727 440,988 22,130,317 7,500 1,449,253 609,974 1,00136 513,150 162, 122,205 16,22962
BReaer o depreciation and a3ortiation ............... 8 .8,341,467 700,469 161,059 7,479,939 417,690 282,779 286,522 277,269 9L9,408 389,16
Total tangible property less reserve............ 70,502,771 33,574,879 552,578 36.375,314 821,856 19,056,696 13,696,327 1,829,422 3,622,837 4,960,772 1.9?1,813 23,990,

Intangible property less reserve for amortization .......... 1,266,482 488,214 2,000 776,268 24,984 323,572 139,658 9,329 22,928 76,0? 91,679 76,285
Investment ..ecurities and advances.. Total ................. 9.563,230 4,761,330 49,468 4,752,432 301,629 2,374,279 2,085,422 83,700 338,127 115,023 75.238 4,140,3i4
Special funds, deferred debits, and miscellaneous debit
tema Totaleferre debit...... ................................ an cellaneo debt 2,094,666 815,280 23,171 1,256,215 1.539 506,071 307,670 104 30,921 285,169 ?7,050 892,971

Total assets ........................................ 141,513,295 72,309,602 909,328 68,294,365 2,010,332 41,617,925 28,681,345 3,247,896 6,914.034 8,303,016 3,368,796 46,460,623
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total .................................... 35,499,30 20,683901 189,506 14,625,943 362369 13,504,963 6,816,569 636,432 1,749,768 1,951126 786,15 4 2
Advances payable Total .............._................... 7.444,22 2,81,822 2 500 4 599 920 8,907 2,122,456 710,459 99,585 52,930 ,46,724 4,4006
Equipment and other long-term obligations Total .......... 14,852,021 6,467,259 92,16 8292,346 391,371 3,179,402 2,896,486 402,185 1,012,609 1,208191 596,630 507271
Deferred credits and reserves Total .................... .2,996,119 1,257,691 83 1,738,3045 46.131 697,515 514,015 15,102 30,805 29,07 63,436 1,599.525
Cp dlo a nonororte Tcal otal. .......... 36,07,7 00 18,098,499 253,514 17,725 687 611,091 10,067,283 7,420,125 987,910 1,88,85 ,778,001 1,166,422 9,30,500
Unappropriated ourplus:
Unearned surplus ....................................... 2770,69 2,228,797 541,672 6,122 1,936,251 286,h42 19,990 134,109 1,405 386,16
Earned surplus ...... .................................... 41,873394 20,731,633 371,309 20,770,452 584,341 10,110,025 10,037,267 1,086,692 2,h44,959 288,092 756,153 16,19 ,55,

Total unappropriated surplus ........................ 44,643,863 22,960,430 371,309 21,312,124 590,463 12,046,276 10,323,691 1,106,682 2,579,068 289.497 756,153 16,580,724
Total liabilities ................................. 141,513,295 72,309,602 909,328 68,294,365 2,010,332 41,617,925 28,681,345 3,247,896 6,914.034 8,303,o16 3,368,796 46,460,623
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Operating Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue--Interelty-Common carrier .............. 47,784,783 16,688,075 62,669 31,034,039 887,914 8,383,012 7,417,149 1,380,278 519,o6 4,995,595 2,092,524 22,06,236
Freight revenue--Intercity--Contract carrier ............ i.4,411,70?4 9,090,294 248,225 5,073,185 153,939 5,242,629 3,693,726 717,316 872,642 39,753 0,8017 3,433,457
Freight revenue--Local crtage ......... ................. 199,2738 13700050 1,047,381 567960 297,391 8521696 51,880,963 3707205 1082618 ,07.970 2,485,087 68672
Intercity transportation for other Class I motor carriers 1,974,609 603,290 250,460 1,120.859 81,204 446,213 75,873 156,682 218,982 111,484 21,47 612.233
Other operating revenue ................................. 682,27 3.10,712 27.898 3313.664 146810 2,647,035 346,867 38:454 364,015 646,010 127?001 2,138,184
Total operating revenues............................ 270080,o 8 169,222,21 1,636633 99,22135 3,667258 102,10,585 63.414,578 5,999.935 12,15?663 11,200,812 4,736,107 6,126,837
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance ..................................... 32216,275 18,560,478 181,645 13,474,152 401,99 9,977,403 8,181,676 799,300 1,540,800 1,942,805 1,012,147 8,17, 100
Transportation ................at....... ....... .......... 136180,226 86,618,838 896,720 54866,668 2,015,679 50,824, 31 33,778,728 3,279,822 6,503,739 5,106,815 1,929,536 35, 96
Terminal ................ I ............. .................... 20,555,932 13,707,2 32,123 6,816,565 96,36 10,719,267 289,61 345,01654 1446917,630 228,606 47,93 ,
Traffic ................................................ ,162,627 2,525,686 33,243 2,603,698 150,617 1,313,335 1,061,73 11 135 311,017 307,743 57,368 1,786,435
Insurance and safety .......... ......................... ,800,89 7170,403 64,521 ,565,966 210,778 4675,398 2,28,227 255,991 519,533 706,223 233499 1 2,820. 70
Adminietration and general .............................. _27,081,916 17,212,112 179,472 9,690,332 420,696 i, 490,761 5,300,655 531,744 1,268,632 1,025,218 46.,353 6.408.3P5
Total operation and aintennce expenes............. 232,997,866 145,794,761 1,387,724 85,815,381 3,29,533 89,000,595 53,98,633 5,353,538 10,620,351 9,317,41 3736,38 5,787244
Depreciation eordiene ic....................... I ....................... 49913,612771 813276,115 120,811 5,015.8145 ,188 4,66,970 3656,977 294769 810,309 76169,66 303,880 2,837,421
Depreciation adjustment ..................................... d .3.51 7.53 6. 6,234 d d4.24.10 3602,960 d 26880 928 |.9 | 5d 3 d 4.A4
Amortization chargeable to operations ....................... 11,233 7.. i0:465 66163 90 1,
Operating taxes and licenses .............................. 14,396,753 8,645,526 103,771 5,647 ,56 188,439 4,745,947 3,711,140 381,166 502,831 642,800 267,565 3,852,791
Total expenses ........................................ 260,704,372 162,772,629 1,604,953 96,326,790 3,631,926 98,336,514 60,804,189 6,016,154 11,917,615 10,690,726 4,307,264 63,395,031
Net operating revenue.................................... 9,376,036 6,449,792 31,680 2,894,564 35,332 3.801,071 2,610,389 d 16,219 240,0o48 510,086 1428,843 1,73i,8Q6
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit .................... 8,508 3,280 84,228 3,178 102 70,924 3,707 9,597
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credt ................... i.. 1501 68,747 45,754 36,821 31,926 8,818 -3,
Net carrier operating income ............................. 9,403,029 6,515,259 31,680 2,856,090 35,332 3,837,714 2,642,213 d 7.401 169,1214 506,379 428,843 75,
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrier operations--Net ..................... 351 1,20,533 47,241 3,267,577 56,007 350,680 613,846 254,1 4 188,409 342,545 132,652 2,349,797
Interest lIoe ............................................ .5g,649 49,505 206 104,238 689 28,27? 20, 3 447 7,7 21,827 1,900 72,9
Dividend income ............................................ 348,380 211,571 136,809 20,115 101,588 89,96 19,717 29 13,050 144 102,034
Other nonoperating Income .....................................157,742 42,545 376 114,821 6,055 36,490 1,91 26,918 4,654 31,202 11,104
Total other ordinary income ............................. .4996,122 1,324 ,154 47,823 3,624,145 76,811 486,596 760,747 276.281 225,164 421,076 165,898 2,535,726
Gross ordinary income ................................... 399.151 7,839,413 79,503 6,480,235 112,143 4.324.310 3,402,960 268,880 394,288 927,455 594,7?4 ,,294,871




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TABLE 33.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western R I 0 N
Item diltriote distrlot region distrlot Mew dnAdle Central Northwestern Kid-Western Southwestern ooky Paoiflo
__ln__________ _____________ ____ .._ Atlotlo -oaan
INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Intrest .................................................. 1,048,401 $480,254 4,743 563,404 $19,468 $271,559 (189,227 $23,365 $71,846 $94,568 668,073 $305,552
LAortl.at.on of debt diseount and epee..... ....... .. 6,928 4652 2,276 3,254 1,398 60 2,216 -
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ........................... .- .0 -
Other dedutions..................... ............ 410,955 169,354 2,124 239,477 9,068 67,500 92,786 8,584 14,551 45,740 76,733 93,869
Total deduotions from ordinary Inoome ................... 1,466,284 654,260 6,867 805,157 28,536 342,313 283,411 31,949 86,457 140,308 147,022 399,421
Net ordinary Inooe ............................... ...12,932.867 7,185,153 72,636 5,675,078 83,607 3,981,997 3.119.549 236,.931 307,831 787,147 447,719 3,895,450
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinar Inome redit ........... ................. 330,798 120,799 6,304 203,695 56 38,649 82,094 2,094 9,626 35,402 722 155,851
Extraordinary inoomse shargee ................ ............ 80002 6,O82 33,920 31,421 14,661 2.421 7,658 9,989 13,852
Delayed Income credits ..................................... 261, 751 241,819 19,932 92,782 149 037 1,605 18,327
Delayed ooe harges.....................................::::::::: 6935 31,608 9,000 28,827 6,725 2,883 4,302 24:525
Total extraordinary ncome ............................. 443,112 284,928 d 2.696 160,880 56 93,285 191,587 1,278 1,968 21,111 722 135,801
Net income before inoose taxes .......................... 13,375,979 7,470,081 69,940 5,835.958 83,663 4,075,282 3,311,136 238,209 309,799 808,258 448,441 4,031,251
Inoome taxes I/ ...............................**** ............. 4,917,027 2,728.659 25,935 2,162,433 27,163 1,574,471 1,127,025 93,319 134,117 93,695 100,224 1,741,078
Net Inome ......................................... ..... 8,458,952 4,741,422 44,005 3.673.525 56,500 2,500,011 2,184,111 144,890 175,682 714,563 348,217 2,290,173
Operating ratio If .............................. (peroent). 96.53 96.19 98.06 97.08 99.04 96.28 95.88 100.27 98.03 95.45 90.95 97.34
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONSB AND WI,1PRAWALS
Divdends ................ ................................. $2,506,620 $1,613,103 $30,000 $863,517 $26,000 8729,061 t858,042 815,010 $34,380 $25,500 $21,737 $766,890
Withdrawal ....................... 2,847,993 1.387.324 56,130 1,404,539 14,768 750,862 621,694 72,035 588,685 187,772 556,047
Total dividends and withdrawals ......................... 5,354,613 3,000,427 86,130 2,268,056 40,768 1,479,923 1,479,736 15,010 106,415 614,185 209,509 1,322,937
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at Olose of year.
Tru ks Number of units ...................... 15,538 10,394 168 4,976 186 6,849 3,359 363 966 522 280 2,845
Cost .................................. $43,889,336 $29,436,065 318,69 $1,134,802 $525,608 $21,206,321 87,704,136 $565.237 (1,821,024 $2,504,510 $1,166,300 $8,077,731
Truok tratore Number of units .....................8,835 5,314 62 3,459 106 2,243 2,965 289 762 251 82 2,075
Cost ................................. $29,988,223 $16,442,:42 $190,247 13,355,534 $401,932 17,740,456 $8,300,0594 872,331 01,927,448 $965,227 $371,130 $9,219,398
Semitrailers Number of units ....................... 15,951 9,933 68 5,950 127 3,609 6,197 408 1,424 545 136 3,437
Cost .................................. $30,102,381 $18,757,655 200,2 4482 292,051 7 553,0 10,911,66 $816,525 2, 022, 268 767,957 250,0 7,287,328
Full trilers Number of units .............. ... 687 258 4- 29 2 46 210 21 27 381
Cost ................................ 81,521,980 8598.442 $923,538 85,900 886,82 505,718 39,387 164,198 8719,953
Other equipment Cost .................................. 1,824,283 8554,883 (1,269,400 D1,914 375,20 1177,765 $7,396 $261,618 144,793 (152,539 703,054
Total cost of all equipment owned .................... $107,326,203 $65,789,487 $708,960 840,827,756 61,227,405 $36,962,745 827,599,337 $2,261.489 $6,032,358 64,421,874 (2,104,571 $26,007,464
EMPLOYEES 3/
Average numbr ......................... .............36,739 23,898 341 12,500 607 14,937 8,354 878 1,832 1,360 523 7,907
Total openation ..................................... $159,546,914 $104,363.329 $960,473 $34,223,112 $2,371,799 $63,747,587 $38,243,943 $3,682,771 $7,402,793 (4,803,938 $2,117.325 036,216.285
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and traotore In interoity
revenue servioe:
Owned power unitae
In operaton ........................................ 3,40 1,633 27 1,880 92 949 592 161 116 392 129 1,082
Undergoing repairs .................................. 124 46 78 4 23 19 5 2 20 5 46
Stand-by ............................................ 167 60 107 35 25 5 6 40 2 54
Total power units-Owned.......................... 3,831 1,739 27 2,065 96 1,007 636 171 124 452 136 1,182
Rented power units without river-In opertion ....... 160 70 -90 5 7 58 12 37 1 40
Rented power units with driver--In operaton .......... 181 89 92 26 63 1 14 77
Total number of power units in Interoity revenue
servioe .......................................... 4,172 1,898 27 2,247 101 1,040 757 171 137 503 137 1,299
Tehlele-miles oDerated in internity revenue service
(with load and empty):
O vehiles. ....................................... 93997,340 37,001,122 871,069 56,125,149 1,650,062 19,027,213 16,323,847 4,885.001 3,396,123 7,046,365 4,778,142 36,019,518
le rented without drivers ........................ 4,877,200 2,624,133 2,253,067 110,373 321,594 2,192,166 75,586 501,726 10,877 1,664,878
Vanolesa rented with drivers ........................... 6,548,114 3,448.943 3,099,171 683,296 2,765,647 174,625 255,569 2,668,977
Drlvew .......................................... ... 38,878 438,878 23,934 414,944
Total Alles operated In interolty highway servioe -
All vehlles ..................................... 105,861,532 43,074,198 871,069 61,916,265 1,760,435 20,032,103 21,281,660 4,885,001 3,670,268 7,803,660 4,789,019 40,768,317
Mla16-Nall and water Cervies ............................ -- - -
Ton of revenue freight carried in intercity servie /... 10,222,625 5,212,217 46,045 4,964,363 104,668 2,383,448 2,724,101 460,703 176,581 505,300 319,696 3,502,083
.Fre ih revenue from nterolty servi. .................... 862,196,487 25,778,369 $310,894 836,107,224 81,041,853 $13,625,641 811,110,875 $2,097,594 81,392,048 $5,035,348 $2,102,541 625i4#79,693

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D s0not I8olutde Income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. Bee introductory statement.
Total XPenses (inluding depreciation, amortizatlon,8nd operating taxes divided by total operating revenues.
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INTERCITY SERVICE


TABLES 35 TO 44, INCLUSIVE






LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE


TABLES 45 TO 54, INCLUSIVE










Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over 1,000,000 appear in Tables 55 and 56.















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TABLE 35.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G 1 0 N
Item districts district region distriot New Middle entral Northwestern Mid-Wetern outwetern Pacific
England Central Northwestern

of carriers represented ....................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8 12
ASSETS
et assets Total ............................... $92,264,146 $25,992,133 $24,553,788 $41,718,225 $2,151,225 $7,451,722 $16,389,186 $2,460,500 $5,499,074 $21,389,339 $1,807,603 $ 61,0
e property:
aier operating property ........................ 321,543,012 108,203,325 84,428,722 128,910,965 7.716,306 33,099,737 67,387,282 11,778,876 13,647,286 52,609,660 3287172 4787,
erye for depreciation and amortization ......... 174,403,528 58,915,390 45,609,332 69,878,806 3,820,107 17,674,495 37,420,788 7,283,201 6,536,762 28,715,063 1473307 25
let carrier operating property ................. 147,139,484 49,287,935 38,819,390 59,032,159 3,896,199 15,425,242 29,966,494 4,495,675 7,110,524 23,894,597 1,83865 21,717,49
ier operating property leased to others ...... -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ......... -- -
oaryeier property ............................... 1,124,471 92,472 1,031,999 61,297 10,833 20,342 1,816 1,030,183
Rsrve for depreciation and amortization ......... 143,168 15,978 127,190 8,943 1,783 5,252 945 126,245 -
operating property ................................ 1,778,834 579,882 501,366 697,586 143,298 262,437 174,147 91,308 69,465 427,065 17,590 9,
rve for depreciation and amortization ........ 337,196 89,196 101,968 146,032 37,984 18,926 32,286 1,770 7,520 112,138 7,876 16,728
otal tangible property less reserve ........... 149,562,425 49,855,115 39,218,788 60,488,522 4,053,867 15,677,803 30,123,445 4,586,084 7,172,469 25,113,462 1,823,579 21,792,928
t le property:
nization, franchises, permits and other ....... 41,327,486 13,905,418 10,312,667 17,109,401 842,900 2,493,938 10,568,580 3,723,503 246,007 6,298,447 217,113 6,624,331
serve for amortization ....................... 19,265,304 8,997,119 5,810,186 4,457,999 656,230 764,085 7,576,804 1,042,926 87,452 1,293,866 3,413 2,030,342
Total intangible property less reserve ...... 22,062,182 4,908,299 4,502,481 12,651,402 186,670 1,729,853 2,991,776 2,680,577 158,555 5,004,581 213,700 4,593,989
W ent securities and advanoes Total ........... 24,528,514 11,560,151 3,404,480 .9,563,883 181,281 1,257,320 10,121,550 827,244 570,778 6,927,349 23,040 1,215,472
rd debits Total .............................. 5,291,749 1,827,351 1,469,169 1,995,229 93,985 554,052 1,179,314 245,581 351,104 969,913 48,064 380,567
a funds and miscellaneous debits Total ....... 21,906,397 5,148,592 4,704,111 12,053,694 27,806 1,370,570 3,750,216 1,058,995 669,236 1,446,668 8,878,795
Total assets ................................ 315,615,413 99,291,641 77,852,817 138,470,955 6,694,834 28,041,320 64,555,487 11,858,981 14,421,216 60,851,312 3,915,986 47,423,460
LIABILITIES
en liabilities Total .......................... 67,457,660 20,851,289 15,923,808 30,682,563 1,598,715 6,508,725 12,743,849 2,234,734 2,704,448 12,480,013 797,710 12,465,658
ns-paiable Total ............................. 28,490,422 2,007,473 21,080,193 5,402,756 400,000 1,372,631 234,842 163,555 2,179,489 7,500 3,052,212
t and other long-term obligations:
ipment obligations ............................. 25,685,813 11,691,320 7,114,542 6,879,951 1,775,196 4,456,730 5,459,394 707,944 202,210 4,745,941 517,456 706,400
n and other long-term obligations ............ 12,372,989 7,128,677 1,216,793 4,027,519 211,663 680,798 6,236,216 15,000 3,259,010 48,052 705.457
otal equipment and other long-term obligations. 38,058,802 18,819,997 8,331,335 10,907,470 1,986,859 5,137,528 11,695,610 722,944 202,210 8,004,951 565,508 1,411,857
re oredits Total ............................. 254,926 31,429 28,803 194,694 1,385 17,192 12,852 24,359 24,900 42,354 53,338 49,743
Sfor insurance, injuries, lose and damage,
other Total ................................. 10,327,470 3,434,012 1,906,512 4,986,946 138,162 265,645 3,030,205 559,369 304,360 645,088 50,000 3,428,129
t tock and noncorporate capital:
atal stook Total ............................. 54,994,943 12,714,517 7,404,486 34,875,940 1,134,901 4,770,958 6,808,658 3,157,434 3,342,313 11,276,173 450,120 16,649,900
e proprietorship oapital ....................... 372,876 266,025 106,851 75,915 190,110 106,851 -
tnership oapital ............................... 15,684,264 15,496,231 147,057 40,976 15,496,231 40,976 -
Total capital stook and nonoorporate oapital ... 71,052,083 28,476,773 7,551,543 35,023,767 1,210,816 4,770,958 22,494,999 3,157,434 3,342,313 11,424,000 450,120 16,649,900
priated surplus:
U rned surplus ................................. 4,792,705 2,123,299 369,613 2,299,793 58,317 351,396 1,713,586 324,608 1,710,780 62,4 201,41
ed surplus .................................... 95,181,345 23,547,369 22,661,010 48,972,966 1,300,580 9,617,245 12,629,544 4,835.533 7,679,430 24,364,637 1,928,866 10,164,500
otal unappropriated surplus ................... 99,974,050 25,670,668 23,030,623 51,272,759 1,358,897 9,968,641 14,343,130 5,160,141 7,679,430 26,075,417 1,991,810 10,365,961
t liabilities ................................. 315,615,413 99,291,641 77,852,817 138,470,955 6,694,834 28,041,320 64,555,487 11,858,981 14,421,216 60,851,312 3,915,986 47.423,460




60 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBE 1,

TABLE 36.-INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVIOE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


It All Eastern Southern Western _____ N
Item districts district region district Now Atle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern i
__England Atlantic Mountain

Number of carriers represented ......................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8
Land and land rights .................................. $12,971,650 $4,040,361 $3,062,572 $5,868,717 $114,240 $1,280,417 $2,645,704 $312,536 $535,417 $1,572,719 $120,113
Structures ............................................. 41,882,368 13,586,992 11,653,887 16,641,489 709,850 2,994,286 9,882,856 1,340,793 2,2 1,518 4,680,024 623,648
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 9,390,726 3,805,962 2,095,344 3,489,420 391,701 878,326 2,535,935 350,576 543,296 744,201 109,431
SInvestment, lees reserve ............................ 32,491,642 9,781,030 9,558,543 13,152,069 318,149 2,115,960 7,346,921 990,217 1,688,222 3,935,823 514,217
Revenue equipment:
Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 233,043,555 79,905,001 62,238,974 90,899,580 5,914,107 24,475,408 49,515,486 8,748,568 8,602,530 38,276,418 2,494,863
Additions and betterments ........................ 21,957,648 8,330,769 4,317,251 9,309,628 1,862,641 3,335,951 3,132,177 87,192 1,119,270 5,944,491 381,416 1
Retirements J/ ................................... 14,738,194 5,662,001 3,439,818 ,636,375 1,382,323 1,664,692 2,614,986 89,681 229,390 3,324,446 523,961
Balance at close of year ......................... 240,263,009 82 573,769 63,116,407 94,572,833 6,394,425 26,146,667 50,032,677 8,746,079 9,492,410 4,896,463 2,352,318
Reserve for depreciation ......................... 150,689,010 50,356,666 40,197,381 60,134963 3,096,806 15,403,663 31,856,197 6,209,409 5,345,412 25,239,395 1,262,698
Investment, less reserve ...................... 89,573,999 32,217,103 22,919,026 34,437,870 3,297,619 10,743,004 18,176,480 2,536,670 4,146,998 15,657,068 1,089,620
Service cars and equipment ............................. 2,258,968 753,041 525,316 980,611 97,692 318,059 337,290 81,557 143,682 446,575 25,709
Reserve for depreciation ........, .................... 1,437,554 423,119 304,605 709,830 48,887 167,447 206,785 53,415 103,222 313,942 12,758
Investment, less reserve ............................ 821,414 329,922 220,711 270,781 48,805 150,612 130,505 28,142 40,460 132,633 12,951
Shop and garage equipment ............................. 5,930,274 2,103,598 1,393,806 2,432,870 139,382 686,030 1,278,186 281,993 255.495 1,049,877 48,592
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 3,692,239 1,283,263 827,903 1,581,073 111,982 435,634 735,647 196,606 178,968 618,845 31,141
Investment, less reserve ............................ 2,238,035 820,335 565.903 851,797 27,400 250,396 542,539 85,387 76,527 431,032 17,451
Furniture and office equipment ......................... 6,049,082 1,850,188 1,739,943 2,458,951 143,807 422,742 1,283,639 329,321 221,072 1,155,842 39,482
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 3.685,909 1,165,332 1,067,495 1,453,082 90,755 251,004 823,573 170,727 131,609 652,276 22,766
Investment, less reserve ...................... ....... 2,363,173 684,856 672,448 1,005,869 53,052 171,738 460,066 158,594 89.463 503,566 16,716
Miscellaneous equpment ................................ 1,478,49 469,38 212,322 796,599 47,085 72,705 349,748 77,462 61587 236,501 7,987
Reserve for depreciation ............................. 941,881 310, 86 114,553 516,842 33,534 47,346 229,606 53,056 33,686 129, 53 3,859
Investment, less reserve ............................. 536,578 159,052 97,769 279,757 13,551 25,359 120,142 24,406 27,901 107,048 4,128
Improvements to leasehold property ..................... 9,996,954 2,338,725 2,659,473 4,998,756 69,825 784,990 1,483,910 609,135 706,105 2,537,958 32,880 1,
Reserve for depreciation ............................... 4,432,798 1,531,917 928,433 1,972,448 46,442 490,683 994,792 249,412 200,569 995,803 30,654
Investment, less reserve ............................ 5,564,156 806,808 1,731,040 3,026,308 23,383 294,307 489,118 359,723 505,536 1,542,155 2,226
Undistributed property ................................... -,
Reserve for depreciation ............................. ... .
Investment, less reserve ...........................
Uninished construction ................................ 712,248 487,113 64,996 160,139 393,841 93,272 33,701 36,443
Total investment In earrier operating property ......... 321,543,012 108,203,325 84,428,722 128,910,965 7,716,306 33,099,737 67,387,282 11,778,876 13,647,286 52,609,660 3,287,172 ,
Reserve for amortization ............ ............. 174,270,117 58,876,745 45,535,714 69,857,658 3,820,107 17,674,103 37,382,535 7,283,201 6,536,762 28,693,915 1,473.307 25:
or tation ............................ 133,411 38,645 73,618 21,148 392 38,253 21,148 "
Total investment in carrtr operating property,
lees reserve for depreciation and amortization ... 147,139,484 49,287,935 38,819,390 59,032,159 3,896,199 15,425,242 29,966,494 4,495,675 7,110,524 23,894,597 1,813,865 21,

SThe differences between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those shown in table
42 result from accounting adJustments.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 37.--INCOME STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGER ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REGION S
Item districts district region district New Middle Ctr
Eg d Atant Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwetern Pacific

of carriers represented ......................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8 12
REVENUES
atng revenues ..................................... 394,968,151 0135,565,273 $103,336,181 $156,066,697 $8,954,421 $42,418,465 (84,192,387 $14,581,772 $15,874,670 $69,989,187 $4578,638 $5
EXPENSES
tion and maintenance expenses ..................... 284,494,016 104,108,794 68,309,859 112,075,363 7,334,903 34,147,276 62,626,615 11,203,135 11,215,234 49,619,537 3,176,991 36,80,66
oation expense ................................... 26,614,456 9,234,340 7,323,810 10,056,306 684,579 2,756,909 5,792,852 1,052,915 535,266 5,054,629 316,242 3,9
tzation chargeable to operations .................. 50,943 45,722 5,191 30 8,650 969 36,103 30 -
ang taxes and licenses ........................... 31,760,444 9,066,518 9,540,725 13,153,201 628,400 2,917,768 5,520,350 1,195,189 1,186,561 5,937,097 416,471 4,417,8
atg rents--Net ................................... 4,669,341 2,655,303 968,357 1,045,681 153,785 1,032,761 1,468,757 259,380 121,374 1,089,633 102,559 1S,2
Sexpenses ...................................... 347,589,200 125,110,677 86,147,942 136,330,581 8,810,317 40,855,683 75.444,677 13,710,619 13,058,435 61,700,926 4,012,263 43,848,338
operating revenue ............................... 47,378,951 10,454,596 17,188,239 19.736,116 144,104 1,562,782 8,747,710 871,153 2,816,235 8,288,261 566,375 7,194,092
or lease of carrier property--Debit .............. 90,738 42,190 7,167 41,381 12,399 29,791 40,981 400
Sfrom lease of carrier property--Credit .......... 80,444 9,530 29,513 41,401 4,561 4,969 2,250 33,914 1,983 3,254
Scarrier operating income ........................ 47,368,657 10,421,936 17,210,585 19,736,136 144,104 1,554,944 8,722,888 873,403 2,816,235 8,281,194 568,358 7,196,946
OTHER INCOME
come from noncarrier operations .................. d 48.933 456 d 49.389 1,579 2,035 2,300 8237,551
ncome from nonoperating property .................. 153,694 a .811 44,608 114,897 1,893 d 2679 d d 1.09 420 68,22 1405 4591
t ineome ........................................ 507,171 159,561 179,288 168,322 3,121 27,60 128,800 4,295 19,561 71,802 2,949 69,71g
nd income ........................................ 405,940 80,983 84,233 240,724 2,566 22 78,395 9,660 160,040 71,024
Sfrom sinking and other funds .................... 271,542 71,232 44,642 155,668 875 25,514 44,843 9,514 10,291 3,814 132,049
noperating income .............................. 197,937 70,928 95,512 31,497 42,622 14,478 13,828 14,928 3,465 3,327 9,777
tal other income .................................. 1,487,351 377,349 448,283 661,719 49,498 64,975 262,876 39,604 30,272 218,105 45,232 328,506
Sincome ........................................ 48,856,o00 10,799,285 17,658,868 20,397,855 193,602 1,619,919 8,985,764 913,007 2,846,507 8,499,299 613,590 7,525,452
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
O t on long-term obligations ...................... 1,553,684 802,832 335,093 415,759 62,387 241,984 498,461 25,800 10,382 310,669 17,877 51,031
l nterest deductions .............................. 163,111 55,343 70,646 37,122 17,642 27,274 10,427 3,530 2,485 20,802 379 9,926
assumed on interest .............................. 15 215 153 62 -
1zation of debt discount and exoense .............. 18,807 8,796 539 9,472 30 162 8,604 7,688 1,784
rtation of premium on debt--Credit ................ -
eductions ......................................... 531,990 117,534 45,503 368,953 9,759 67,699 40,076 5,843 8.239 284,497 40,163 30,211
Sincome deductions ............................. 2,267,807 984,720 451,781 831,306 89,971 337,181 557,568 35,173 21,106 623,656 58,419 92,952
t nocome before income taxes ...................... 46,588,201 9,814.565 17,207,087 19,566,549 103,631 1,282,738 8,428,196 877,834 2,825,401 7,875,643 555,171 7,432,500
on for income taxes I/ ......................... 24,304,271 5,520,414 9,175.532 9,608,325 36,511 687,367 4,796,536 492,786 1,238,880 4,004,583 230,378 3,641,698
income .......................................... 22,283,930 4,294,151 8,031,555 9,958,224 67,120 595,371 3,631,660 385,048 1,586,521 3,871,060 324,793 3,790,802
g ratio / ......................... (percent) 88.00 92.29 83.37 87.35 98.39 96.32 89.61 94.03 82.26 88.16 87.63 85.91
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
is .............................................. $12,229,744 $2,447,008 $3,298,752 $6,483,984 $660,011 (1,786,997 $200,885 $818,338 $2,180,246 $223,065 $3,061,450
al............................................ 14,175,233 296 13,550,000 624,937 -- 296 90,000 534,937 -
l dividends and withdrawals ..................... 26,404,977 2,447,304 16,848,752 7,108,921 660,011 1,787,293 200,885 818,338 2,270,246 758,002 3,061,450

icit or other reverse items.
s not include income taxes applioable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. Bee introductory statement.
al expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.




62 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
62
TABLE 38.-OPERATING REVENUES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVIBE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

REGI IO S
All Eastern Southern Western E 1 0 N s8
Item distriots district region distriot Nev Middle raMid-Wetern SouthweeMn
Enaland Atlantic Central Northwestern id-Western Southwest Moun

Number of oarriers represented .................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26
assenger revenue ................................. 357,811,611 $122,923,949 $94,080,397 $140,807,265 87,588,971 $38,263,026 $77.071,952 $12,885,548 $14,304,843 $63,126,487 $3,891,5
Speoal bus revenue ............................... 18,556,164 8,281,055 3,594,084 6,681,025 1,205,499 3,187,312 3,888,244 1,015,726 778,894 2,856,735 337,87
ggage revenue .................................. 203159 48,574 125,847 28,738 577 34,806 13.191 1655 3,506 9,220 1,02
Mail revenue ................ ................ 766,920 114,035 77,050 575,835 7,789 8,137 98,109 13,913 ,615 30,8052,
pres revenue ................................. 10,146,216 2,284,707 3,070,008 4,791,501 70,510 458,572 1,755,625 392,780 362,29 2,176,332 219,14
Newspaper revenue ................................ 1396.981 384,046 350,261 662,674 17,598 65,761 300,687 59,042 45,25 315,644 11
Miscellaneous station revenue ...................... 4 544,247 1,223,234 1,464,111 1,856,902 49,473 279,085 894,676 205,613 299,176 765,341 4457
Other operating revenue ........................... 1:542,853 305,673 574,423 662,757 14,004 121,766 169,903 7,495 76,132 435,948 1,03
Total .......................................... 394.968,151 135,565,273 103.336,181 156,066,697 8,954,421 42,418,465 84,192.387 14,581,772 15,874,670 69,989,187 4,578,638









TABLE 39.-OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REG__ N______
Item districts district region district New Middle Rocky
ie_____i___ _____________t__ England A tlanti Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mounta

Number of carriere represented .................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8
Operating taxes and licensee:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ............. $12,081,303 $3,614,239 $3,688,897 $4,778,167 $245,431 $1,138,238 $2,230,570 $418,330 $417,989 $2,417,882 $162,039
Vehicle license and registration fees .......... 10,820,536 2,313,913 3,768,429 4,738,194 145,991 491,444 1,676,478 486,955 440,328 2,080,498 147,033
Real estate and personal property taxes ........ 2.835.171 767,600 833,199 1,234,372 62,187 169,280 536,133 139,309 134.147 501.574 49,873
Sootal security taxes .......................... 3,210,201 1,230,212 659,590 1,320,399 125,896 448.824 655,492 103,108 111,571 574,344 30,311
Other taxes .................................... 2,813,233 1,140,54 590,610 1,082,069 48,895 669,982 421,677 47,487 82,526 362,799 27,215
Total operating taxes and licensea ....... 31,760,444 9,066,518 9,540,725 13,153,201 628,400 2,917,768 5,520,350 1,195,189 1,186,561 5,937,097 416,471
Provision for income taxes: 1/
Federal inoome taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ....................... 22,631,420 5,041,888 8,283,509 9,306,023 33,052 655,271 4,353,565 461,159 1,224,778 3,823,653 223,126
Excese profits tax .......................... 931,178 338,910 492,149 100,119 7,410 331,500 95247 -
Total Federal income taxes ............... 23,562,598 5,380,798 8,#75,658 9,406,142 33,052 662,681 4,685,065 461,159 1,224,778 3,918,900 223,126
State income taxes ............................. 739,098 139,616 397,299 202,183 3,459 24,686 111,471 31,627 14,102 85,683 7,252
Other income taxes ............................. 2,575 2,575 -
Total provision for inoome taxes ......... 24,304,271 5,520,414 9,175,532 9,608,325 36,511 687.367 4,796,536 492,786 1,238,880 4,004,583 230,378
Total taxes ............................. 56,064,715 14,586,932 18,716,257 22.761,526 664,911 3,605,135 10,316,886 1,687,975 2,425,441 9,941,680 646,849

1/ Does not Include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorshps and partnerships. See introductory statement.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIER OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABLE 40.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE I 0 N 8
4Item distriots district region district New Middle Ro
-Iteo dEniland Atlantic Central Northwestern Midwestern Southwetern

Number of oarriers represented .................. 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8 12
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage .................. $3,739,917 $1,540,519 8988,249 $1,211,149 $102,354 $492,674 $945,491 $104,102 $107,276 $658,149 $46,
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ............ 268,262 90,883 63,711 113,668 5,386 13,716 71,781 8,860 24,788 33, 00 668
Operation and maintenance of servioe equipment .. 230,064 74,079 62,064 93,921 8,774 35,232 30,073 3,665 24,856 37 746
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds 602,328 201,666 81,746 318,916 9,106 65,369 127,191 23,037 11,952 70,095
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 1,318,391 597,777 281,676 438,938 63,345 209,371 325,061 70,372 50,025 199,905 3
Other shop and garage expenses .................. 5,060,655 1,736,308 1,383,496 1,940,851 98,915 402,163 1,235,230 274,700 162630 859165 d
Repairs to revenue equipment .................... 39,016,779 13,916,516 9,089,587 16,010,676 880,154 4,501,446 8,534,916 1,524,007 1,661,122 7,858,991
Servicing of revenue equipment .................. 8,211,763 3,365,103 1,874,814 2,971,846 262,374 1,252,084 1,850,645 320,102 348,496 1,366233 03
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment ............. 11,013,020 3,467,478 3,280,648 4,264,894 253,156 1,172,498 2,041,824 408,372 457,470 1,980,045
Joint garage expense--Debit ..................... 1,847,298 1,133,652 459,662 253,984 33,983 99,293 1,000,376 62,342 17,752 82,305 91,
Joint garage expense--Credit .................... 1,231,552 611,980 404,564 215,008 67,422 151,629 392,929 19,516 57,578 66,593 7
Total ....................... ............... 70,076,925 25,512,001 17,161,089 27,403,835 1,650,125 8,092,217 15,769,659 2,780,043 2,808,789 13,079,131 764,896 7,970,9
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Supervision of transportation ................... 7,722,655 2,949,952 1,710,356 3,062,347 187,921 925,750 1,836,281 313,420 303,928 1,099,405 72,490 1 273,10
Drivers' wages and bonuses .................. 80474,032 29,218,084 18,475,798 32,780,150 2,132,010 9,357,928 17,728,146 3,133,405 3,289,987 13,821,318 9009,587 634
Fuel for revenue equipment ............. ......... 19,800,446 6,973,249 5,103,670 7,723,527 518,987 2,431,053 4,023,209 733,140 819,424 3,726,385 287,708 2, 156,87
Oil for revenue equipment ....................... 1,131,480 414,740 283,158 433,582 35,904 148,559 230,277 36,556 51,610 204,141 17,116 124,159
Purchased transportation ........................ 2,126,398 1,530,716 378,486 217,196 69,620 1,269,708 191,388 20,221 41,148 85,832 7,697 622
Road expense ................................... 9,096 4,151 3,890 1,055 22 483 3,646 780 91 184
Bridge, tunnel, and terry tolls ................. 2,261,053 1,588,108 314,049 358,896 85,372 879,922 622,814 6,110 3,696 80,626 3,880 264.584
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees 240,568 69,526 120,492 50,550 8,952 60,574 50,330 220 -
Other transportation expenses ................... 4,637,439 2,036,567 1,049,884 1,550,988 148,238 664,212 1,224,117 180,872 153,583 594,300 53,199 569,034
Total ..................................... 118,403,167 44,785,093 27,439,783 46,178,291. 3,178,074 15,686,567 25,920,452 4,423,724 4,664,156 19,662,428 1,342,897 16,085,086.;
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and commission ........................ 17,566,822 4,720,337 5,103,313 7,743,172 216,100 1,423,434 3,080,803 689,348 866,017 3,288,828 224,395 2,674,584
Supplies and expenses ......................... 2,017,064 561,130 529,274 926,660 31,094 165,573 364,463 94,636 85,199 440 538 25,833 280454
Repairs to station buildings and equipment ...... 583,983 126,492 163,998 293,493 3,300 37,824 85,368 39,025 d 44.188 89 498 6,535 202,623
Commissions paid ................................ 17,357 443 6,080,432 4,182,129 7,094,882 481,959 1,909,582 3,688,891 752,891 718,632 3,008,012 206,219 2,409,128
Other expenses allowed .......................... 301,762 115,673 48,881 137,208 5,414 66,387 43,872 1,626 4,697 68 118 d 1.6 64,22
Interline commissions paid ...................... 9,068,537 2,144,172 2,900,754 4,023,611 106,181 329,746 1,708,245 290,911 527,473 2,317,107 761,522
Interline commissions earned--Credit ............ 8,925,001 2,563,694 2,668,226 3,693,081 178,879 481,279 1,903,536 256,396 346,781 1,929,219 150,854 1,009,831
Collection and delivery ......................... 41,389 d 8 41,397 -- 7,14 5 34,252 -
Purohased collection and delivery ............... 9,521 4,204 1,227 4,090 4,204 3,554 536
Joint station facilities--Debit ................. 7,276,121 3,158,362 2,016,568 2,101,191 174,855 287,258 2,696,249 143,767 205,667 1,285,295 48,449 418,013
Joint station facilities--Credit ................ 3,617,613 1,136,948 1,257,739 1,222,926 66,495 157,431 913,022 152,592 134,168 736,819 25,368 173,979
Total ..................................... 41,680,028 13,210,160 11,020,171 17,449,697 773,529 3,585,298 8,851,333 1,603,216 1,889,693 7,834,912 494,404 5,627,472
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, & ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses ........................... 3.698,769 1,367,187 738,184 1,593,398 150,374 298,463 918,350 202,674 313,340 564,355 20,689 49,340
Tariffs and schedules ........................... 1,396,056 567,394 248,565 580,097 36,854 134,884 395,656 73,574 50,824 232,928 13,61 209,120
Tickets and baggage cheoks ...................... 1,145,574 374,794 286,180 484;600 25,713 151,403 197,678 42,177 24,763 197994 907 210,59
Other traffic expenses ........................... 798,130 198,164 195,193 404,773 22,403 52,307 123,454 41,615 18,436 8618 775 9 29
Advertising .................................... 6,000,335 2,035,382 1,230,726 2,734,227 111,420 541,498 1,382,464 315,197 274,272 947,714 23,871 1,173,173
Total ..................................... 13,038,864 4,542,921 2,698,848 5,797,095 346,764 1,178,555 3,017,602 675,237 681,635 2,181,609 75,193 2,183,421
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE
salaries and expenses--Insurance and safety ..... 1,806,830 601,048 572,995 632,787 31,572 147,265 422,211 101,959 47,082 283,266 2,263 198,21
Publio liability and property damage insuranoe 6,982,515 3,795,372 1,091,055 2,096,088 432,236 1,769,518 1,593,618 43,666 126,409 1,511314 116,881 297,81
Injuries and damage ............................. 4,02,893 1,328,310 1,282,785 1,791,798 30,564 d 36.618 1.334,364 326,121 181,93 321,221 444 962,079
Workmen's compensation--Ineurance .............. 707,111 306,681 126,420 274,010 35,173 150,343 121,165 3367 22,219 174 8,57565,92
Workmen's compensation--Self insurer ............ 117,402 34 31 20, 26 62.14 2,587 3,163 28,981 18,000 4208 3
Baggage and express insuranae ..................... 3703 2 52 21 83 140 2,072 240 -72 413 3 14
Baggage and express lose and damage ............ 168,322 45 822 45,558 76,942 3,068 11,083 31,671 7,894 6,312 37,398 2,362 22,876
Fire and then insurance ......................... 737,688 280,296 172,691 284,701 28,476 118,408 133,412 18,918 12,676 170,928 2162 60,81
Other Insurance ................................... 302,727 122,927 69,699 110,101 14,735 41,384 66,808 6,023 7,441 7203 989 315,012
Total ...... .............. ............ 15,229,191 6,517,639 3,382,150 5,329,402 578,551 2,206,618 3,732,470 525,948 408,352 2,570,718 161,879 1,662,505




64 STATISTICS OF GLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1932
TABLE 40.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N
Ites districts disetrict region district New Middle Rocky I
Items dstrits distrit region di_________ England Atlanti Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Moo Pn

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general offloers .................... $4,107,655 $1,802,747 $916,224 $1,388,684 $165,975 $899,569 $737,203 $99,926 $170,266 (727,493 $80,991 310
Expenses of general officers .................... 586,302 233,879 118,315 234,108 40,434 98,527 94,918 14,385 28,534 121,709 20,043 4
Salaries of general office employees ........... 9,041,713 3,258,546 2,257,145 3,526,022 257,046 1,094,078 1,907,422 421,709 410,551 1,562,409 143,554 987
Expenses of general office employees ......... .. 119,900 49,002 30,411 40,487 1,798 15,600 31,604 4,305 1,471 17,256 1,478
Law expenses .................................... 1,073,342 404,594 307,494 361,254 41,856 203,246 159,492 23,461 16,154 239,086 14,080 6
General office supplies and expenses ............ 1,806,876 632,356 394,826 779,694 43,869 182,441 406,046 84,982 51,635 302,613 17,508 322,9
Communloation service ........................... 1,927,609 708,548 411,931 807,130 64,514 190,486 453,548 100,335 70,426 340,295 30,075 2659
Outside auditing expenses ....................... 327,893 151,660 68,215 108,018 13,446 86,041 52,173 5,283 15,858 54,752 9,787 22
Employees' welfare expenses ..................... 4,668,444 1,542,291 1,495,306 1,630,847 99,205 407,110 1,035,976 305,471 68,441 473,607 3,810 9
Purchasing and store expenses .................. 251,784 47,931 45,674 158,179 10,846 17,033 20,052 8,225 19,725 118,954 11,2
Other general expenses .......................... 949,258 344,534 240,893 363,831 25,036 146,952 172,546 53,449 23,978 156,666 12,371 117,
Management and supervision fees and expenses .... 110,045 50,066 51,053 8,926 43,702 6,364 2,132 600 6,194
Franchise requirements--Debit ................... 6,626 5,881 745 40 5,841 524 221
Franchise requirements--Credit ..................-
Other regulatory commission expenses ............ 214,587 78,887 56,344 79,356 8,773 46,143 23,971 2,280 65,571 11
Unoollectible revenues .......................... 110,567 28,040 12,187 70,340 2,951 9,029 16,060 1,943 58,317 3,569 6,
Joint operating expense--Debit .................. 1,941,658 442,193 367,710 1,131,755 18,814 54,231 369,148 74,468 31,054 656,249 235 369,7
Joint operating expense--Credit ................. 1,178,418 240,175 165,910 772,333 30,445 58,306 151,424 3,164 150,307 610,956 -7,
Total ................... ;................. 26,065,841 9,540,980 6,607,818 9,917,043 807,860 3,398,021 5,335,099 1,194,967 762,609 4,290,739 337,722 3,331,0
Grand total ............................... 284,494,016 104,108,794 68,309,859 112,075,363 7,334,903 34,147,276 62,626,615 11,203,135 11,215,234 49,619,537 3,176,991 36,860,

d Deficit or other reverse item.







TABLE 41.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE GARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


IteA All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N
distriots district region district New Middle Central North te id-eter Southwestern o Paeofi
England Atlantic ena Nreen _dese ouhee Mountain acific
Number of carriers represented ................... 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8 12
Depreolation of structures ....................... $1,270,204 $481,423 $348,567 $440,214 $23,861 $105,978 $351,584 $42,518 $17,757 $416,909 (20,982 $212,048
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight ......................................
Passenger .................................... 24,009,656 8.349,183 6,653,871 9,006,602 715,822 2,509,959 5,123,402 915,399 471,003 4,559,330 307,084 2,753,78
Combination .............. ................................. .-7

Depreliation of service a ars ag equipment ....... 368,503 138,571 94,651 135,281 16,749 55,787 66,035 13,956 16,309 65,79 4,00335
Depreciation of furniture and ofice equipment 6...806 4 91,06 146,144 7,937 42,823 89,706 11608 14,998 69,36 4431 572
Depreoiation of mifs uellaneous equipment ....... 160,366 134,409 114,890 151,067 9,506 27,325 97,578 21,210 11,481 75,010 3,432 39,934
Depreciation of mprovel nts to leaseho prop..........ert 1606666 15,15 90,873 3,289 5,632 45,745 9,120 2,804 21,642 803 56,502
Depreciation of undvetrbunte propertyasehold prp 776,978 220,193 186,001 370,784 19,838 70,772 129,583 40,739 17,420 218,201 919 93505
Depeotl....onof udldtrbl.uted property 2......... 01 1 7,50,i -
Tol ..................................... 27,364,377 9,518,911 7,504,501 10,340,965 797,002 2,818,276 5,903,633 1,054,550 551,772 5,156,036 341,656 3,236,951
Adjustments--C it ............................ 749,921 284,571 180,691 284,659 112,423 61,367 110,781 1,635 16,506 101,407 25,414 139,697
Grand total ................................. 6,614,46 9,234340 7,323,810 10,056,306 684.579 2,756,909 5,792,852 1,052,915 535,266 5,054,629 316,242 3,097,25q

36.909~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5,9,3 .5,1 3,6 ,5,2 1,4 ,9,5




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 42.-REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN IERIY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REGIONS
Item districts district 1-egion distriot EnNew AMiddl Central Northwestern Mid-Wouthwestern Paci
En d At Central Northwestern Mi,-Weetaers I SIeinc

iers represented .................. 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 26 8 12
uired during the year:
Number of units ......... 995 395 234 366 80 159 156 5 41 227 20
Cost ................... $21,441,724 $8,174,452 $4,210,512 $9,056,760 $1,788,479 $3,309,572 $3,076,401 $87,193 $1,105,806 85,733.178 $378,391
Number of units ......... -
Cost .................... -
Number of units .........
-Cost ....................... ...... ,
uipment Cost .................... $214,920 $41,018 $29,593 $144,309 $4,062 $24,063 $12,893 $4,284 $137,308 -
Scost of all equipment acquired ... $21,656,644 $8,215,470 $4,240,105 $9,201,069 $1,792,541 $3,333,635 $3,089,294 $87,193 $1,110,090 $5,870,486 378,391 $1.754,9ii
mired during the year:
Number of units ......... 1,364 529 290 545 127 152 250 11 18 248 117 151
Cost .................... 014,649,004 $5,658,395 $3,409,779 $5,580,830 $1,381,463 $1,662,305 $2,614,627 $89,681 $207,822 $3,312,400 $523,961 $1,446l966
Number of units ......... -
Cost .................... ... -
Number of units ......... -
-Cost ..................... -
uipment Cost .................... $49,779 $3,606 87,459 $38,714 $860 82,387 $359 $18,184 $2,109 $18,421
Scoat of all equipment retired ./ 14,698,783 $5,662,001 $3,417,238 $5,619,544 $1,382,323 $1,664,692 $2,614,986 $89,681 $226,006 $3,314,509 $523,961 81,1465,387l
ed at close of year:
Number of unit ......... 13,106 4,711 3,348 5,047 373 1,628 2,710 523 458 2,256 138 1,672
Cost .................... $238,276,999 $81,918,445 $62,762,209 $93,596,345 46,343,146. $25,939,429 $49,635,870 $8,670,868 99,486,928 $40,357,525 $2,344,729 32,736,295
Number of units ........- -
Cost .................... -
Number of units ........- -

uipment Cost ................... $1,986,010 4655,324 $354,198 $976,488 $51,279 $207,238 $396,807 $75,211 $5,482 $538,938 87,589 $349,268
cost of all equipment owned ...... $240,263,009 $82,573,769 $63,116,407 $94,572,833 $6,394,425 $26,146,667 $50,032,677 $8,746,079 89,492,410 $40,896,463 2,352,318 $33,085,563

te No. 1 to table 36.

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BTATISTOBIIOR CLASu I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASBENGERS FOR TH YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
66
TABLE 43.--OPBLOOES: AVERAGE NUMBER, TOTAL COMPENBATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENSBATIO BY OCLAIS -
CARRIERS OF PASlSEBERS ENGAGED IN IN ITERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION 1952

All ditriot. Eastern distrlot, total Boutheo region W.eter Diatrlot, Total 0.1 Eglaul RegioI
v ..Averg Arg t AveAvgg Toelg Total Ae Avrage Tol otTl Averae A e. rg t
______ ...g,. .Totl Averag .eSS ..ls .io ...I... or1 .l l... nfr Ie-. --- --iga .. |a ^oDd a TI anua r3
lafIOtoo o ner hour Total nnual number annual br hTourst nna r o henrwa-n or s r
of or .. aupen- oapon- or or e.p. o o open- of_ or da a0 opNen- of or dar. 1 opn- or days a ..1Po
... or day, 0 .Pon a n ataoTo 6 0 0 0 & fornad fqr
Numbar of oaurrlor represented ............... 160 374 -1 55 0
EquiPsmeeot alnten&o and garag: D b
,oha.Poo loludgl r n okng f...) 5622 12362,.181 22.,091.167 3929 1917 ,221,671 7?8 4,025 3,956 1.37 3.07916 4 990266 3,1630 2.32 50659 9.5082 1540 3273786 1 ,
Berleelo.0.1o0 *. 2,591 546806442 6.927,117 2 67 843 1'788686 2,4298062,882 732 1:973,398 1,684,818 2,302 1,016 106560 2,812,49 76 81 2 701
Othrs (lnoludln ol;r'l e.1 )::: 865 1,796,809 2,760,267 3:191 292 560.10 987,792 3.383 257 541,79? 753.42 2,932 316 694,872 1,09,051 3225 17 38124 56652 3332 43 96
Tra oop epoyee 2 r t661 attoo 3 :116
O erI;sor(l........................ ...... 7 361.2 6.09,693 5092 39 11.89 2,333 ,44 .35 270 79,761 1292,356 4,787 488 149,915 2,468889 09 778 159
Dinqtrttlver ...............................1829 81.716 6.88 1926780 2966 93 ,297 9.111,16 18.6,060 439 713 1 5 29
Othr. (101108 olerloal eaployees) ..... 430 931,825 1,266.894 2,946 164 353,649 479,760 2,925 131 299.767 390,549 2.981 ]35 278,49 396:585 2:9,8 5 12,870 154 3,089 284
Oeerlo eloees.................. 393 118.449 1,719,02 ,75 101 29991 8,007 ,337 118 528 506,71 ,29

TLokt ol d travel bueu p0 2837 6,,32 8,900,268 3,37 26 1,1939 1121 26266 ,99 002 1190 2 538 3,873,16 ,255 41 9779 1 3 2 57
r, ......... .. ... 2,724 5.72808 7,142.051 2,622 911 1,94,272 2:,79,753 2941 251 1::124,508 1.247,457 2,27 1.299 2,704028 3.215.,06 2.,4 22 47 516 ,
Tr s"0, ol ineta load m mempd oyr 4 918 1 6,8 3tt.l64 29g3 8 7 1

Oter raoloe l .ud? ............. r 6........... 6 91,22 33 945,575 2, 22 3,20 2, 161 27 143,21 2905 0 2,500 301, 4166 3,1 8 1,91 2 3,83 21 2 :58
Ineurmoe and s afety: 6,29 90 9,6 6 9166 1
er. .............................. 103 29:990 69:89 5.918 34 1 1227717 3.869 32 86919 180.424 5.,8 32 1,7 1480 6,29 1 9 ,,656 1
OtsMp (Inolun oli l emploee) ..... 12 267896 16 3,203 12862 106 76719 110411 4 ,1 6
Tdrlftrlratlv and. e nrl: 236 5 1 4283 1,,79.733 2.507 10 50. 481 68 22,66 56 24 2828 1
Ofloerv, oners and partn.er..... ... 3D 8 113.726 4298,127 11,193 172 .515 1,867.91 1081 02 23,61 7 1 021,306 12.55 9 1 17 2 72 2 ,1759
C terloal ............ ....... ..... ... 3066 6,33,598 8,737,230 2,5: 0 1,094 2,216,266 30,035,58 2,775 810 1,648,835 2256682 2,786 1,162 2, 968,49 3,5,00 2,965 201,339 22,3 2,5 5 7
Oter ... .. )........... 182 9,307 731,25 4.018 61 135,335 282,09 ,07 46 99.719 170,867 3,715 72 160,253 127,9311 ,865 2,080 6180 6180 545
Tothi--aesi cle ................0..... 909.315 17,826,326 58095 4 1126 338,388 6,962,689 6.1804 35 216,047 4,189978 51 163 354,880 66 69 5.738 85 26552 542079 6-,77 362 1119
Toal--Hour ta .................... 7,056 80.632,279 141369,305 3,8 12,848 28,642,227 49,131,993 3,824 9,389 20,321,269 33,824538 3,603 819 31468,789 12774 3,942 955 2,15582 3,517,99 3,683 4,219 ,9,68,
Central Region Oortholternr Region 8ld-Weetero Reg81on outhcestero Region Rooky MountaIn Region
ther eoa otal Averag ..ra. Te Total Toaverreg Aea Total t0 Average 3 verage7 Tot.7 v4r
C..1etfoatton of e.ple. number houe so. ,l number+0 hours ... 0n annual numbe.r hour. annual number hor T. ,,r.
Amin istaIie ouver [ I o 1o9nnua n1mer hour. annm nu,
o f or day. o. n openn- of or dafy ntlon oompen- of or dye at Ion oompen- of or day e [ompen- of or dy.l[ oompen- o r Or .kli
Offber of aarrlsr repres.ented ...30 3 6 D8 I31
quIpment a3n eoane 105 336 82,09 ,,258 8 225 79 121 2,8
S6 4lnlu c e2,175 ,9 6 906,824 45 291 613,311 1.118,933 3,845 1,112 476396 4110,160 3,696 52 1268,16 227,190 469 869 1,381,0
oervloe eplee. 446 91,222 1'283,916 2879 3 161,0 25,224 ,270 101 207,550 294,891 2,920 479 1,018826 109021 6,3
Others (lnolbdlnaoierloal eployees) 232 2,8 79.978 3,422 119,838 195,070 3,612 32 67,094 101,723 3,179 161 373,275 80129 2,982 6 11598 22,919 3,82 6 12,06
-Daipt ly ............. 253 739,73 1,8204,812 553 38 11,6204 220,261 ,796 8 57 13.,29 296,775 5,207 183 57,849 888091 4 850 14 4.266 71.811 5,129 196 59,26?
Others (noludinb olerioal emplotees) 139 296 129 805 853 2.920 1? 36,537 537 3,198 15 29,432 306266 2,684 35 37,146 105,002 3,000 188 220 6 15,106
perveno employeen........0.. 71 21,0 320,648 4516 1,084 19,190 ,798 12 ,72 3,9 ,80 82 2925 5096 ,280 7 1,94 25,876 ,697 69 20,489
Iv hour T 3,3231 540 1,235,04u,650,
Tleket Ofode andu travel bureau employees 543,058 806,677 3240 60 128,996 234,321 3,905 216 539, .688 320 1Of93 0 or dyo od
645 1,391.575 1,911.906 2,964 156 321,243 428,7602.748 82 162,518 140,379 1.712 598 1,301,736 1,339.733 2,307 10 20,248 22,669 2,267 ) 8,283
raf, molntatmtaon and mdpartte.mgployee. paid
Oopsrto oer .......0...oi ..i.. .d n 69 18 377,901 5,477 2 572 1798 7,399 4,295 86.897 6,207 43 3,588 245,520 5,710 1,011 17,277 4.,3119 18
Other (inoludlng olerlnal employee.) 75 160,682 228,907 3,0532 3 66,2 112,249 3,508 15 30,851 44,098 2,940 43 89,724 127,965 2,723 534
IEuranoe and aI ety a,:3$6
Supervior........... 2? 7,59 165,371 6,051 2 5 81,80 8,7 933 16,033 5,4453 1703 89,002 5,235 3.09 10 2,624
Other. (nlulog olerloal employees) .36 75,633 1,681 3,186 32,110 57,6249 3,8 1 31,020 4,799 19 1 427,801 38,5611 21 6 16 3,48

6 1297,42 1 ,8440 2899 20420 128 132 28,126 675,8941
Oter...... 106,919 222,540 42 6 11,949 19,632 3,272 3 6,317 62,91 2,105 40 156,046 243,815 4064 3 5,941
ot av mly bs ......................... 7 199.8 06,911 5963 82 287 20391 6,346 1 ,02 9, 53 167 692 02089 565 19 27539 3167 6

baste........ 7,634 16,878,289 29,9 61 3,908 1,404 2,871,299 ,19,5 4145 5 3,293,356 6,182,21 4.009 6,714 14,425 82 25 9 3 868,9 1,610,821 3997 10,009,772
D21i ter doe, not nlud dri of eq.lp.aent eng.ogd by these oa..lare to perform epuro0 h5d Transpoatloni$ 4ei11oe,
O t- the s bol *D' de ignate thel. l2Onee5 reported on a daily balte; all ether alari. ae reported on an hourly bheel.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR NDD DE CB 31, 195

TABLE 44.-OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASENERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVI
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


Item deitrlots district region d4trict n iEand A ti entrl torthwestern r Suth n

Number of carriers represented ........ ................ 160 74 31 55 10 34 30 3 6 2
Average number of passenger vehioles in intercity revenue "
service:
Owned equipment:
In ooeraton ... ............................... 9.9 3. 2,29 36 309 1,118 1687 31 38
Undergoing repair ........... .................. 65 214 196 240 23 71 120 17
Stand by .................. ..................... 2210 810 490 910 42 175 93 18
Leased equipment In operation ..................... 1,451 337 343 771 28 136 173 74
Purohased tranaportatlon In operation ...4......... 1596 34 24 6 58 32 2 7
Total interoity vehiles ........................ .. 13,658 .?571 3.492 5,595 408 1,558 2,605 537 515 2, 2
Number of revenue buaese owned at close of year:
Interity operation ................................... 12,213 4.161 3.291 4,761 357 1,401 2,403 523 458 5
Local operation ............................ ......... 893 550 57 286 16 227 307 1
Total number of revenue busses owned .............. 13,106 4,711 3,348 5,047 373 1,628 2,710 523 458 26 138 1,6
Bue-miles operated in revenue eervice (with load and
empty):
Owned vehloles:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regu i routes) 788,758.598 2 9185 213.244,282 3p7,665,131 1,647,450 67 197,0 1 6400 ,694I 32,911,823 36,167,652 153,686 5 7 10, 0 981ii
-Loa servloe .................... 32.62,313 18,558,21 1,686,944 12.216,98 979,859 7,345 041 10.233.521 80.4 ,11
-Charter sightseeing and other
special servioe ............... 40,242,145 16,288,093 8,333,805 15,620.247 2,760,341 5,777,683 7,750,069 2,334,726 1.808,656 6,974708 54336
Vehicles operated exolusively In baggage, mail, 3
emprees, and/or newspaper servioe.e ......... 695,076 104,820 196.993 393.263 104,820 20,433 325.598 47
Total ...................................... 862,158.132 282,800519 223,462,024 355,895,589 20,387.650 80,319,765 182,093.104 35,246,549 37,996,741 161,822,206 10,861.975 189,9
Leased vehicles;
LBsses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) 101.608.901 25,012,796 28,637,882 47.958,223 1,691,350 8,856,460 14,464,986 1,790,407 2,198,962 34.756,239 1,331,73
-Local eerlioe ................... 4,258,102 3.454,784 803,318 83,230 3,358,428 13,126 -
-Charter, sightsee;ng and other
speoial serice ................ 1,377,748 754,810 1,118 621,820 1.529 242,630 510,651 58.309 140,878 286,093 64,560 71,98
Vehloles operated exolusively In baggage, mall,
express, and/or newsaper errvice ............. -
Total ..................................... 107,244,751 29.222.390 28,639,000 49,383,361 1,776,109 12,457,518 14,988,763 1,848,716 2,339,840 35,04233 1,396,298 8.756
Purchased transportation:
Bueeee operated-Interclty servioe (regular routes) 6,146,050 3,796,562 1.399,876 949,612 149,548 2,507.244 1.139,766 $6,350 403,096 29,940 14,686 18,2,4
-Local ser.vie .............. ...... 7,720 43,720 4,000 00
-Charter, sightseeing and other
epeoial: servce ............. 565,288 521,099 7,490 36,699 5,012 391.388 124,699 4,162 253 18,561 9,930 3793
Vehiolee operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ............- -
Total ......................................... 6,759,058 4,317,661 1,451,086 990,311 154,560 2,898,636 1,264,465 60,512 403,349 311.501 24,616 190i333
Grand total bues-mle. ...................... 976,161.941 316,340,570 253552,110 406,269,261 22,318,319 95,675,919 198,346,332 37,155.777 40,739.930 197,176,039 12.1282,89 18,914,66
Passengers carried, revenue:
Intercity (regular route) .............................. 284,155.346 111.377,079 88,186,598 84,591,669 7.345,031 48,137.826 55,894,222 9,095,668 6,973,605 42,901,004 2185,376 23,4
Local (exoludee transfers) .... ................ 64,848,810 45,031,856 1,801,743 18,015,211 2,568,205 18,290.539 24,173,112 1,014939 35.337 1.9 ,9 93
Charter, ightseelng and other soeolal revenue
passengers ................. ....................... 9,0.502 6,653,256 1,156978 1,940.268 1.126,209 2.941.953 2,585,094 292,103 201,284 716.111 112.757 618,01
Total number of revenue passenger carried ....... 358,754,658 163,062,191 91.145319 104.547,148 11,039,445 69.370,318 82,652,428 9,387,771 7,174,889 44,632,04 2,333.70 41,018,964
Interoity passengers carried free (including employeee) ... 797,242 250.090 183,132 364,020 13,180 114,936 121,974 33,225 10,504 229,276 10,575 80,440
Total number of passengers carried ..................... 359,551,900 163,312,281 91,328,451 104,911,168 11,052,625 69,485.254 82,774,402 9.420,996 7,185,393 44.861,330 2,34t4,04 41,099,4
Passenger-milee Regular route interoity ....... ....... 16,856,473,430 5,048,573,251 4,730.336,738 7,077,563,441 320,086,599 1,344,667,875 3,383,818.777 651,361,619 777,797,167 3,241,644,068 164,961,532 2,241,799,05i
Passenger revenue: 915$22,8286. 3,8
nterty service Rsgulr route ...................... .340,468,029 111,412,809 93709,185 135, ,035 7278.80 $32006147 72 32 12885,548 14,304.843 62, 8
Looal service .......................... ............ 17,34,182 11,511 140 31212 5461,23 310I 6,256,8?9 4,9U 120 25752 00 98
Charter, sightseeing and other speolal service ......... 18,55164 8,81,055 394,084 6,681,025 1,205,499 3,187,312 3,88,244 1,01,726 77894 2.56, 37,85 1.691,81
82;.: l :S 3,594:084 6:681,025 1.105:4, 3:l7:3ll 3:888:244 1,015.726 778894 2856337
Total .............................................. 376,367,775 131.205,004 97,674,481 147,488,290 8,794,470 41,450.338 80,960,196 13,901,274 15,083,737 65,983.222 4,229,429 4i ,290.62
Total expenses (inoludIng depreolation and operating ,8,5 6'0 I ,o.g | ,E
tae an rents) ...............................47589,200 125,1.10,677 86,147,942 136,330,581 8,810,317 40,855,683 75,444,677 13,710,619 13058435 61,700,926 4,012263 43848338
AVERAGES
Bus-mIles per owed and lsed vehicle per annum:
Interty servoe (regular routes) .................... 65,934 60,975 69,949 67.425 45,619 50,702 69,362 64,864 75525 67,133 47,721 69,288
Revenue per passenger per oarrier:
Intere.lt service (regular route) ..................... $1.198 $1.000 $1.063 1.600 $0.991 80.665 $1.290 $1.417 $2.051 1.465 1.77 $1.76
Local service ............... ............................. .267 .256 .206 .303 .121 342 20 54 .50 3
Charter, sightseeing and other pei service 1:245 3:e 3.44 1070 1.0er 1:50 3. 4 3.870 .989 2.996 2
Passenger revenue per bue-mile: 3.20
nral s rlc (rgularoute) ...................... 80 .403 .385 .59 .394 .47 402 .371 .369 .3 .342 40
Local servie ......................................... 923214 9 .9 85 4, .3
Charter, sighteeing and other special service ........ 44 431 :44 .424 .39
Passenger revenue per interotcy passenger-mile ............ .0202 .0221 .0198 .0191 .0227 .0238 .0213 .0198 .0184 .0194 .(01 85
Passenger-ailes: 20 17 15 22
Per busile-Interoty (average load) ................ 19 18 19 19 17 17 19 7 75. . 8
Per passenger carrier-Interlty (average Journey) .... 59.3 45.3 53.6 83.7 43.6 27.9 60.5 7.6 .5 .
Expenses per bus-mile / ................................... 80.356 $0.395 $0.340 40,336 1 0.395 $0.427? 0.380 t0.369 |0.321 90,313 $0.327 00.369

/ Baslo figures inolude expenaee of operating vehloles in interoety and looal servieos; these expenses ar not separable.
Comparisons of average revenuu and expenses per bus-mile are therefore subject to qualification, partioularly where the
local reverne is a large part of the total revenue.




68 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 45.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


Im All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N S
Item districts distriot region district New Middle t outh n
--n Atlant ECentral Northwestern Mid-WesternSouthwestern n
Number of carriers represented ....................... 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 -
ASSETS
Current assets Total ................................ $13,053,169 $10,960,020 $1,445,701 $647,448 $3,366,723 $4,864,930 42,728,367 $59,837 565,961 -
Tangible property :
Carrier operating property ....................... 90,994,269 77,826,518 11,153,251 2,014,500 27,769,642 38,539,895 11,516,981 523,184 310,768 -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .......... 50,076,227 42,588,706 6,305,369 1,182,152 17,113,361 19,546,691 5,928,654 235,680 177,572 -
Net carrier operating property .................. 40,918,042 35,237,812 4,847,882 832,348 10,656,281 18,993,204 5,588,327 287,504 133,196 -
Carrier operating propertyleased to others .......... -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .......... -
Noncarrier property ............................... 6,500,387 6,461,697 38,690 181,605 200,961 6,079,131 -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .......... 2,175,206 2,147,001 28,205 32,966 9,120 2,104,915 -
Nononerating property .............................. 586,966 223,369 363,597 34,406 21,527 167,436 -
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .......... 142,821 34,757 108,064 16 19,181 15,560 -
Total tangible property less reserve ........... 45,687,368 39,741,120 5,103,415 842,833 10,839,310 19,187,391 9,714,419 287,504 133,196 -4

Intangible property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other ....... 5,064,718 4,476,020 531,182 57,516 362,472 3,503,876 609,672 33,579 165 -
Reserve for amortization ........................ 1,263,967 1,241,573 17,917 4,477 1,078,185 163,388 4,477 -
Total intangible property less reserve ....... 3,800,751 3,234,447 513,265 53,039 362,472 2,425,691 446,284 29,102 165 -
Investment securities and advances Total ............ 4,894,037 3,375,420 1,390,422 128,195 1,114,791 526,486 1,734,143 4,500 9,432 -
Deferred debits Total ............................... 2,073,300 1,826,842 175,593 70,865 683,211 574,665 568,966 2,264 4,526 -
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ........ 525,952 523,008 2,779 165 334,097 86,420 102,491 165 -
Total assets ................................. 70,034,577 59,660,857 8,631,175 1,742,545 16,700,604 27,665,583 15,294,670 383,372 213,280 1,
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities Total ........................... 9.708.039 8,266,553 1,127,808 313,678 2,323,896 4,083.366 1.859,291 80,605 50,270 -
Advances payable Total .............................. 893,522 693,322 189,600 10,600 93,147 557,688 42,487 3,100 -
Equipment and other long-term obligations:
Equipment obligations .............................. 5,025,944 3,567,189 1,262,550 196,205 725,922 1,881,562 959,705 125,665 -
Bonds and other long-term obligations .............. 11,327,483 11,008,880 288,468 30,135 3,722,600 5,727,698 1,558,582 30,135 -
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 16,353,427 14,576,069 1,551,018 226,340 4,448,522 7,609,260 2,518,287 155,800 -
Deferred credits Total .............................. 48,011 29,502 18,509 538 11,782 17,182 -
Reserves for insurance, injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total .................................. 4,667,880 4,409,766 251,519 6,595 1,633,345 2,563,555 212,866 -
Capital stock and noncorporate capital:
Capital stock Total .............................. 40,526,104 38,173,467 2,123,029 229,608 27,117,811 5,620,608 5,435,048 150,000 ?
Sole proprietorship capital ....................... 85,191 85,191 85,191 -
Partnership oapital ............................... 407,838 407,838 163,010 2
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital .... 41,019,133 38,258,658 2,123,029 637,446 27,117,811 5,705,799 5,435,048 150,000 163,010 3
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus .................................. 4,654,740 2,349,817 2,304,923 74,395 829,341 1,446,081 -
Earned surplus .................................... d 7.310.175 d 8.922.830 1,064,769 547,886 d 18.991.050 6,304,792 3,763,428 d 6133 -
Total unappropriated surplus .................... d 2.655.435 d 6.573.013 3,369,692 547,886 d 18.916.655 7,134,133 5,209,509 a 6.133 -
Total liabilities ............... ....... ............ 70,034,577 59,660,857 8,631,175 1,742,545 16,700,604 27,665,583 15,294,670 383,372 213,280 1,

d Deficit.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER t1, 1952

TABLE 46.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN OCAL SURBURBAN SE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N 8
Item districts district region district E nw Middle Central Northwetr Mid-Wsteth t
._ EnKland Alati Central Nortthwestern Mid-Westen Pw,

carriers represented ....................... ..65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 -
ad nd rights ................................. *1,862,419 $1,671,579 $183.293 $7,547 $451,410 $610,494 W609.675 7,547 ,- :
S.............................................. 13,165,184 11,201,589 1,901,866 61,729 5,591,644 3,761,524 1,848,421 61,729 -
depreciation ............................... 3,279,872 2.662,196 614,371 3,305 1.282,376 817,591 562.229 3,305 -
et, less reserve ............................ 9,885,312 8,539,393 1,287,495 58,424 4,309,268 2,943,933 1,286,192 58,424 -
us equipment:
tssnger:
e at beginning of year ..................... 68,944,808 59,589,701 7,593,252 1,761,855 21,060,586 30,427,987 8,101,128 394885 268,685
A ons and betterments ........................ 6,423,029 5,514,286 728,204 180,539 53849 4,536,986 923,451 34,027 23,596 1
tirments ............................... 4,154,599 3,795,974 264,748 93,877 506,12 2,737,690 552,160 10,010 987 82,
aae at lose of year ........................... 71,213,238 61,308,013 8,056,708 1,848,517 20,608,311 32,227,283 8,472,419 418,902 291,294 1
e for depreciation .......................... 43,879,281 37,755.450 4,999,357 1,124,474 15,198,404 17,578,250 4,978,796 223,055 162,933 -
Ivestment, less reserve ...................... 27.333,957 23,552,563 3,057,351 724,043 5,409,907 14,649,033 3,493,623 195,847 128,361 3 99,
m s and equipment ............................. 906,453 784,099 109,127 13,227 244,930 426,938 112,231 5,317 3,469 4,
we depreciation ............................... 625,048 550,429 67,783 6,836 204,928 266,058 79,443 1590 2,135 ..1
less reserve ............................ 281,405 233,670 41,344 6,391 40,002 160,880 32,788 3,727 1,334 1,
age equipment .............................. 1,836,972 1,491,875 302,431 42,666 531,898 698,684 261,293 15.456 9,379 17 8
Sfor depreciation ............................... 1,090,384 878,415 184,709 27,260 216,227 501,592 160,596 4,780 6.951 ; 1
vet t, less reserve ............................ 746,588 613,460 117,722 15,406 315,671 197,092 100,697 10.676 2,428 23 0
r nd office equipment ......................... 830,053 645,185 153,948 30,920 234,763 307,963 102,459 -6,791 6,626
'r depreciation ............................... 475,925 362,258 95,610 18,057 132,888 174,991 54,379 -2,102 5,55 .lo..
r les reserve ............................ 354,128 282,927 58,338 12,863 .101,875 132,972' 48,080 4,689 1,073 7,1
us equipment ................................ 103,035 85,145 10,448 7,442 4,696 51,786 28,663 7,442 -
depreciation ............................... 65,613 54,851 9,914 848 1,762 34,244 18,845 -848 -
nt, less reserve ............................ 37,422 30,294 534 6,594 2,934 17,542 9,818 6,594 -
to leasehold property ..................... 1,066,874 631,312 433,110 2,452 101,990 447,502 81,820 2,
e depreciation ............................... 606,343 303,014 301,957 1,372 76,776 160,011 66,227 -- 1,37
less reserve ............................ 460,531 328,298 131,153 1,080 25,214 287,491 15,593 -- 1,0
ributed property .................................. --
depreciation ...............................
t less reserve ............................ -
dontruction ............................... 10,041 7,721 2,320 7,721 -
i etment in carrier operating property ......... 90,994,269 77,826,518 11,153.251 2,014,500 27,769,642 38,539,895 11,516,981 523,184 310,768 1,180
depreciation ............................... 50,022,466 42,566,613 6,273,701 1,182,152 17,113.361 19,532,737 5,920,515 235,680 177,572 78,9
fr amortization ................................ 53,761 22,093 31,668 13,954 8,139 -
al nvestment in arrier operating property 4 1,
es eserves for depreciation and amortization .. 40,918,042 35,237,812 4,847,882 832,348 10,656,281 18,993,204 5,588,327 287,504 133196 11,

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





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70 ""STATISTICS OF CLASS I MO

TABLE 47.--INCOME STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western ___RE 0 N 8
Item distriot distrit region district ew Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern
rEngland Atlntlan

Number of carriers represented ........................ 165 54 6 5 10 32 12 1
REVENUES
Operating revenues ................................... $86,802,113 $73,465,918 $10,248,718 $3,087,477 $20,807,224 $40,725,583 $11,933,111 454,730 $565,078
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses .................. 72,324,186 62,117,239 7,995,075 2.211,872 18,519,151 33,993,836 9,604,252 39,406 371,868
Depreciation expense .................. .............. 5,927,358 5,022,957 686,655 217,746 1,134,803 2,933,003 955.151 ,643 40,304
Amortization chargeable to operations ................ 11,973 6,679 4,199 1,095 1,718 961 1,095 -
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 6,154,551 5,095,506 846,490 212,555 1,852,204 2,366,218 877,084 36,818 36,374 -
Operating rents-Net ................................. 1,535,956 1I105,842 249,308 180,806 127,877 968,646 9,319 100 13,620,
Total expenses ................................... 85,954,024 73,348,223 9,781,727 2,824,074 21,634,035 40,263,421 11,450,767 443,062 462,166 -
Net operating revenue ............................ 848,089 117,695 466,991 263,403 d 826.811 462,162 482,344 11,668 102,912
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ........... 259,160 259,160 9,159 250,001 -
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ....... 11,233 11,233 2,232 9,001 -
Net carrier operating income ..................... 600,162 d 130.232 466,991 263,403 d 835.970 214,393 491,345 11,668 102,912
OTHER INCOME
Net income from noncarrier operations ................ 813,017 805,681 -7,336 d 22,527 d 828,255 -
Net income from nonoperating property ................ 42233 44,395 2162 ,963 18500 10,932 -
Interest income ...................................... 303,332 297,036 4,999 1,297 80,032 23,599 193,405 267 30
Dividend income ...................................... 83,392 83,392 51 83341 -
Income from sinking and other funds .................. 4,356 4,356 3,250 962 144 -
Other nonoperating income ............................ 50,537 48,001 3 2,533 3,437 26,584 17,980 985 -
Total other income ............................... 1,296,867 1,282,861 2,840 11,166 79,155 69,649 1,134,057 267 1,015 -
Gross income ...................................... 1,897,029 1,152,629 469,831 274,569 d 756.815 284,042 1,625,402 11,935 103,927 -
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations .................... 586,015 518,312 56,838 10,865 178,037 86,954 253,321 7,876
Other interest deductions ............................ 69,112 63,329 1,805 3,978 11,163 47,342 4,824 1,465 2,258 -
Taxes assumed on interest ........................... -
Amortisation of debt discount and expense .......... 8,523 8,523 7,165 1,140 218 -
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ............- -
Other deductions ............ ............ ........... 276,965 244,545 31,947 473 10,492 230,164 3,889 473 -
Total income deductions .......................... 940,615 834,709 90,590 15,316 206,857 365,600 262,252 9,814 2,258
Net income before inoome taxes .................. 956,414 317,920 379,241 259,253 d 963.672 a 81,558 1,363,150 2,121 101,669 -
Provision for income taxes I/ ...................... 1,229,207 1,054,483 167,938 6,786 75,640 291,785 687,058 -
Net income ........ ............................... a 272,7932 d 736.563 211,303 252,467 d 1.039.312 a 373.343 676,092 2,121 101,669 -
Operating ratio ./ ........................ (percent) 99.02 99.84 95.44 91.47 103.97 98.87 95.96 97.43 81.79 1
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................... $1,008,414 $954,224 $44,190 $10,000 $1h,964 $31,180 $908,080 -
Withdraals ......................................... 188,751 1,957 186,794 1,957 $111,794 -
Total dividends and withdrawals .................. 1,197,165 956,181 44,190 196,794 14,964 33,137 908,080 111,794 -


Deficit or other reverse item.
Does not inmlde income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introdutory statement.
Total expenses (including depreciation, amortizatn oerating taxes and rents) diided by total operating revenues.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1 )z

TABLE 48.--OPERATING REVENUES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REG I 0 NS
districts district region district New Centrl Northwetern Mi-Weste So

r f arriers represented ..................... 65 54 6 5 10 32 212 1 3
--ngr revenue ................... ........... .. /$76,034,218 865,020,251 $9,529,020 $1,484,947 $19,639,887 $34,778,054 10,602,310 $450.195 528,637 50611
Sus revenue ......................... 9,281,421 7,046,152 663,767 1,571,502 990,167 4,888,157 1,167,828 861 15,623 1.55
Srevenue .................................... 1,752 1,752 89 1,432 231 -
r ....................... ..... 12,285 8,786 3 99 1416 7,370 2,417 360
rvenue .................................... 9 92,495 84,371 2,096 6,028 5,428 16,759 62,184 3,847 -
revenue .................................. 30,054 26,940 2,127 987 8,118 7,540 11,282 -
aneous station revenue ...................... 107,652 86,804 4,237 16,611 32,904 46,623 7,277 16,611 -
ting revenue ......................... 1,242,236 1,190,862 47,471 3,903 129,215 979,648 81,999 1,257 -
l operating revenues ...................... 86,802,113 7,465,918 10,248,718 3,087,477 20,807,224 40,725,583 11,933,111 454,730 565,078

able 54, page 76, for revenue from local or suburban services included in this item.



TABLE 49.-OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SURBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


Item All Eastern Southern WesternR E G 0 N S ..
districts district reion district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Paific
_______ ____ ________ __En land Atlantic Nortern i-etern S .
carriers represented .................... 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 -
taxes and licenses:
slne, other fuel and oil taxes ............ ... 2,220,667 $1,742,368 $400,533 $77,766 "$667,678 8765,689 $309,001 15,727 $20.435 41,604
ile license and registration fees .......... 968,372 707,590 208,263 52,519 173,405 408,913 125,272 7.291 8,229 36,999
Setate and personal property taxes ........ 684,179 579,273 100,24 4,662 252,345 130,447 196,481 1,295 2,138 1,229
s#4 ecurity taxes .......................... 1,075,947 958,874 82,241 34,832 449,684 409,573 99,617 4,08 4,227 2,797
o taxes .................................... 1,205,386 1,107,401 55,209 42,776 309,092 651,596 146713 7.697 1345 3373
Soperating taxes and licensee .......... 6,154,551 5,095,506 846,490 212,555 1,852,204 2,366,218 877,084 36,818 36,374 139,363
l for income taxes: 1/
SIncome taxes:
Noml tax and surtax ....................... 901,207 738,114 157,784 5,309 75,031 280,987 382,096 5,3
t ss profits tax ..........................- -
tal Federal income taxes ............... 901,207 738,114 157,784 5,309 75,031 280,987 382,096 5.309
come taxes............................. 23,038 11,407 10,154 1,477 609 10,798 -
eome taxes ............................ 304,962 304,962 304,962 -
Ttal provision for income taxes .......... 1,229,207 1,054,483 167,938 6,786 75,640 291,785 687,058 6,86
otal taxes ............................. 7,383,758 6,149,989 1,014,428 219,341 1,927,844 2,658,003 1,564,142 36,818 36,374 16,1

D t include income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.




72 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 195Z

TABLE 50.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REGI 0 N
Item dietricts distriot region distriot New ddle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Moutin Pa
_-_ee_ _n_________ _____Mounain--o __,_i

Number of carriers represented .......................... 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 -
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE & GARAGE EXPENSES
Supervision of shop and garage ......................... $1,266,437 $1,117,316 $126,364 $22,757 $355,708 $619,855 $141,753 $6,539 $9,135 7,083
Repairs to shop and garage equipment .................... 60.418 50.993 9,188 237 18,458 23.472 9063 196 -
Operation & maintenance of service equipment ............ 172,392 161,791 10,362 239 51,233 97,125 13,433 124 -
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds ........ 248,816 223,173 20,068 5,575 65,599 130,675 26,899 2,178 ,97
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages ..... 519,449 453,181 60,163 6,105 162,931 210,562 79,688 -2,031 10842,9
Other shop and garage expenses .......................... 1,199,127 1,058,644 133,104 7,379 367,462 525,871 165,311 1,942 1,969 -
Repairs to revenue equipment ........................... 8,721,811 7,379,843 1,057,626 284,342 2,200,111 3,952,919 1,226,813 69,464 59,896 154,982
Servicing of revenue equipment ........................ 2,620,125 2,265,152 290,896 64,077 789,359 1,045,310 430,483 10,118 1,105 52854
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment ..................... 1,842,380 1,544,618 241,785 55,977 462,001 834,299 248,318 10,750 12,293 -32,934
Joint garage expense--Debit .......................**....- -
Joint garage expense-Credit ........................... 1,031 1,031 -- -- 1,031 -- --
Total ................................ ............16,649,924 14,253,680 1,949,556 446,688 4,472,862 7,439,057 2,341,761 103,342 85,482 257,864
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES
Supervision of transportation ........................... 3,163,511 2,711,565 367,548 84,398 872,284 1,458,640 380,641 17,970 17,328 49,100
Drivers' wages and bonuses .............................. 28,665,718 24,665,433 3,125,111 875,174 8,088,052 12,592,994 3,984,387 155,025 134,815 585,334
Fuel for revenue equipment .............................. 5,072,056 4,207,572 688,251 176,233 1,327,035 2,175,359 705,178 31,356 53,297 91,580
Oil for revenue equipment ............................... 329,303 274,209 41,438 13,656 66,651 157,592 49,966 3,103 3,360 7,193
Purchased transportation ............................... 986,704 959,108 27,596 959,108 27596
Road expense ...................................... ..... 38,703 32,971 5,325 407 6,752 12,924 13,295 407 -
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls ......................... 2,675769 2,489,556 185,988 225 30,485 2,287,459 171,612 225
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees ......... 132,037 132,037 26558 05,79 -
Other transportation expenses ........................... 572.521 478,257 47.376 46,888 166,231 244,224 67,802 1,473 578 44.837
Total ............................................... 41,636,322 35,950,708 4,461,037 1,224,577 10,584,048 19,993,779 5.372,881 209,334 209,378 805,865
STATION EXPENSES
Salaries and commissions ................................ 496,953 319,154 119,891 57,908 36,001 217,228 65,925 28,872 2,036
Supplies and expenses ................................... 72,618 51,057 10,021 11,540 9,806 28,555 12,696 6,742 4,798
Repairs to station buildings & equipment ................ 53,052 49,673 2,631 748 16,684 25,512 7,477 727 21
Commissions paid ........................................ 770,153 687,787 12,593 69,773 27,355 504,289 156,143 2,648 67,125
Other expenses allowed .................................. 60,613 60,488 -125 1,421 55,873 3,19 125
Interline commissions paid .............................. 28,150 26,066 704 1,380 421 16,503 9,142 1,380 -
Interline commissions earned-Credit .................... 51,566 49,986 1,227 353 39,342 10,644 353 -
Collection and delivery ............................. ... 1,340 1,340 1,340 -
Purchased collection and delivery ....................... 1,070 1,070 1,070 -
Joint station facilities--Debit ......................... 48,852 47,265 1,587 702 16,970 29,593 1,87
Joint station faeilities-Credit ........................ 5,756 5,756 3400 2356 -
Total .............................................. 1,475,479 1,188,158 144,613 142,708 93,460 823,528 271,170 40,016 102,692
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSI
Salaries and expenses ................................... 244,330 214,047 30,283 18,624 184,946 10,477 -
Tariffs and schedules ................................... 192,575 130,363 57391 4,821 26,437 95,184 8,742 50 399 4,372
Tickets and baggage checks .............................. 191,640 170,282 14,233 7.125 52,553 92,285 25444 1.823 3000 2,02
Other traffic expenses .................................. 53,146 34,188 50 18,908 2,158 27,550 ,480 492 18,16
Advertising .......................................... 326,078 252,427 22,977 50,674 42,290 173,675 36,462 549 2,553 47,572
Total ....................... ....................... 1,007,769 801,307 124,934 81,528 142,062 573,640 85,605 2,422 6,444 72,662
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSES
Salaries and expenses-Insurance and safety .........., 448,550 422,337 24,504 1,709 114,798 266,553 40,986 1,546 163
Public liability and property damage insurance ......... 2,061,471 1,646,341 325,251 89,879 622,071 616,839 407,431 17,001 11,210 61,668
Injuries and damages ......... ...........................1,261,955 1,141, 70 116,652 3:83 401,619 712,061 27,790 54 236 3 3
Workan's compensation-Insurance ...................... 156,736 141,777 10,315 50,32 71,61 20,128 1,218 1,396 ,030
SWorken's copenaation-self insurer ................... 69,915 63,139 3,676 3,100 42,590 15,378 5,171 3,100
Baggage and express Insurance "..-....................... 1271 1,271 526 745 -
Baggage and express loss and damage ..................... 584 361 223 77 284 223
Si ae .... ......................... 193,827 158,690 27,339 7,798 20,468 94272 43,950 2,546 293 4.959
Other insurance ........................................ 63054 50,676 9,438 2,940 7,420 20,410 22,846 106 23 2,811
Total................................................ 4,257,363 3,626,062 517,175 114,126 1,258,998 1,797,733 569,331 20,923 14,704 1 78,497




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 50.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western REGI 0 N 8S
Item districts district region district New Mladdle Central .Nrthwestern Ri d-Western oh M ..if.
_________ _.Eng1and Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-str Mountan ..1

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general officers ............................ $1,570,339 $1,355,743 $171,601 $42,995 $231,879 $816,392 $307,472 $8,550 -
Expenses of general officers ........................ .162,205 126,124 27,392 8,689 13,364 91,291 21,469 2658 0803
Salaries of general office'emoloyees .................... 2,101,352 1,840,680 205,139 55,533 563,901 1,019,666 257,113 2,.53 8,961 -
Expenses of general office employees .................... 20,443 20,283 139 21 ,42 14,128 1,731- 21
Law expenses ............................................ 380,430 329,241 44,997 6,192 85,572 182,779 60,890 1,?7 50 1
eneral office supplies and expenses ....................... 335,844 285,039 34,391 16,414 74,897 151,049 59,093 1,762 1,484
Communication service ................................... 286,877 252,982 22,823 11,072 45,442 177,767 29,773 1,406 6
Outside auditing expenses ............................... 116,290 74,949 30,356 10,985 13,451 39,802 21,696 2,442 3,025
Employees' welfare exenses ............................. 1,566,664 1,393,980 163,202 9,482 767,153 530,476 96,351 2,251 7
Purohaslng and store expenses ............................ 283,088 232,428 50,667 d 7 91,396 121,247 19,785 d 7 -
Other general expenses .................................. 282,207 230,644 23,836 27,727 45,300 119, 68 65,876 I,52
Management and sunervision fees and expenses ............ 13,733 3,566 10,167 3,566 "- 1
Franchise requirements--Debit ........................... 13,667 13,667 13,242 425
Franchise requirements--Credit ............................... -
ther regulatory omission expenses .................... 158,774 134,766 22,392 1,616 30,942 83,767 20,057 1,61
Uncollectible revenues .............................. 5,416 3.232 825 1,359 1,459 1,773 l359
Joint operating expense--Debit .............................. -- -
Joint operating expense-Credit ........................... -- -
Total ................................................ 7,297,329 6,297,324 797,760 202,245 1,967,721 3,366,099 963,504 23,383 15,844 163,08
Grand Total .......................................... 72,324,186 62,117,239 7,995,075 2,211,872 18,519,151 33,993,836 9,604,252 359,406 371,868 1- ,480,598

i Deficit or other reverse item.







TABLE 51.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952

REGIONS
Item All Eastern Southern Western___________
Item districts ditrict region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern .Mo0 Pacific
SEngland Atlantic ooun
Number of oarriers represented .......................... 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 3
Depreciation of structures .............................. $304,132 $264,584 $38,167 $1,381 $109,825 $98,392 $56,367 $1,381 -
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight .............................................. ---
Passenger .......................................... 5,495,944 4680,594 611,805 203,545 1,023,971 2,768,861 88776 3,618 37,608 $126,31
Combination .......................................... -
Depreciation of service care and equipment .............. 90,376 .74,380 13,777 2,219 12,871 48,056 13,453 769 1,090 360
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment ............... 102,656 78,346 20,637 3,673 19,543 42,195 16,608 1,806 943 924
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment .......... 55,016 42,440 10,315 2,261 10,803 23,925 7,712 624 663 97
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ................ 9,609 6,921 1,243 1,445 550 ,389 1,982 1,445 -
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property ...... 43,128 29,335 9,268 4,525 5,763 19,573 3,999 4525
Depreciation of undistributed property ..................- -
Total ................................................ 6,100,861 5,176,600 705,212 219,049 1,183,326 3,005,391 987,883 45,643 40,304 -133,102
Adjustments--Oredit ..................................... 173,503 153,643 18,557 1,303 48,523 72,388 32,732 1,303
Grand total .......................................... 5,927358 5,022,957 686,655 217,746 1,134,803 2,933,003 955,151 45,643 40,304 131,799




74 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THk, EAA ENDED DE LMb S 31, lyDz

ABLE 52.--REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL ORS BN SE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N S
Itm distriote district region district New Middle Central Rorthwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ro
_____England Atlanti tern ten Sw Moun i
Number of oarriers represented ................ 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 -
Equipment acquired during the year:
-Busses Number of units ......... 379 319 40 20 8 251 60 2 3 -
Cost .................... 6,083,616 85,399,031 $510,363 $174,222 $48,014 $4,437,686 913331 $34,027 $21,611 -
Tractors Number of units .........- -
Cost ....................- -
Trailers Number of units ......... -
Cost .................... -
Other equipment Cost .................... 194,735 $18,593 $176,142 $2,622 $15,971 -
Total cost of all equipment acquired ... 86,278,351 $5,417,624 $686,505 $174,222 $50,636 $4,453,657 $913,331 $34,027 $21,611
Equipment retired during the year:
Busses Number of units ......... 496 450 28 18 74 289 87 2 -
Cost .................... $4,048,513 $3,710,273 $245,350 $92,890 $447,619 $2,729,053 $533,601 $10,010-
Tractors Ntuber of units .........- -.. -
Cost .....................
Trailers Number of units ...........
Cost .....................
Other equipment Cost .................... $56,645 $37,247 $19,398 013,107 $8,635 $15,505 -
Total cost of all equipment retired j/ $4,105,158 #3,747,520 $264,748 $92,890 $460,726 $2,737,688 $549,106 $10,010 -
Equipment owned at olose of year:
Busses Number of units ......... 5,672 4,866 627 179 1,781 2,342 743 34 41 -
TraCost ................... 69,904,324 $60,249,827 $7,808,866 $1,845,631 $20,262,296 $31,600,431 $8,387,00 $418,021 $289,289 -

Trailera Number of unite ........... .
Coat ....................-
Other equipment Cost .................. .. 1,308,914 $1,058,186 $247,842 $2,886 $346,015 $626,852 $85,319 $881 $2,005 -
Total cost of all equipment owned ...... $71,213,238 $61,308,013 $8,056,708 $1,848,517 $20,608,311 $32,227,283 $8,472,419 $418,902 $291,294 -

S/ See footnote No.1 to table 46.




STATISTICS Of CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PABSENGERS FOR THE YER ENDED DEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 53.-EVPLOYE.B: AVERAGE NUMBER, TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPEoNATIO BY CLASBSE -
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR UBURBAN SERVICE,
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All districts Eastern distriot, Total Southern region Weatern distriot. Total New Engl rgin Middle Ata nti regionl
siloation of employ eesAer T Ar A ol Ttal Ar g Average t Total Avr Ar A o al
nu hber hours 50u0n numbr hour annual number hours nul number hourm u Dobr e
ofoom oompen- ooapen- orOPe a.r
,, d$ lon OoMpen- of or day. eation Oompen- of or dy atilon oopm an- of or da-ys maty *lPl- of or oa...
ytR toloye .ti1n employee paid for n elaoe paid f8 r Ration mo e ar r Glio damne or mtte. P. d98

r.-. reprsented ........... 65 54 6 5 so 3
tenande and garage!
tn ...... g .......... D 176 50,021 1887,673 t5,044 151 42,695 $770,437 $5,102 19 5,699 $94,661 $4.982 6 1,627 $22,575 $3,763 55 14925 $243,1 159 ,211
ineludlg ring w oren) ...... .1,78 3.732,637 6,507,689 3,646 1,539 3,183.716 5,615.135 3,649 223 497.123 798,956 3,583 23 51,798 93,578 4,069 9 22 2 .01: 8 .
oyeo ......... .............. 636 1,10.820 1,923.528 3,024 547 1,109,353 1,669,903 3,053 61 141,065 174215 2,856 28 601402 79,10 2,836 152 255 361 4,2488 69
lu ing lerlol employee) 130 260,371 382,216 2,940 103 203.141 294.111 2.855 27 55,982 87,000 3,222 1,248 1,15 41 6736 108.89 2 656 49

S .......... D 539 150,854 2,428,746 4,506 462 128,763 2,106,874 4,560 55 15,766 246,134 4,475 22 6,325 75,738 3,443 165 44,891 720,288 4,365 243 67,487 11,5
..................... 7,872 16,984.298 28764,860 3,654 6766 14,444700 24.731,651 3,655 866 2,003,354 3,158,182 3,647 240 536,244 875,027 3,646 2.707 4,902,433 8486,632 3135 3,029 714,4
lu tsng leral employees) ..... 140 309.505 508,448 3.632 114 254.655 418,204 3,668 24 50,968 84,378 3.516 23.882 5,866 2.933 28 61496 95,174 3,399 73 .15,903 272

employees ................... 40 10 199 146,956 3,674 29 7,168 93,202 3,214 8 2,095 28,018 3,502 3 936 25,736 8,579 2 7168 9,22
erand travel bureau employees 60 118.982 149,855 2.498 49 91,942 123,408 2.519 1 2,080 2.673 2.673 1 24,960 23,774 2,377 6 13.573 15.9 2,550 17 37 113
I ... ......... .............t d 59 109.587 144,768 2.4$4 27 42,551 62,228 2,30 26 55,440 74,409 2,862 6 11,596 8,131 1.355 12 12,322 21 9 1,56 13 l8 89990
ititlon end advertliing:
t.............. ....... D 19 5,663 108,15 5,691 14 4,189 81825 5845 5 1474 26,310 262 4 1092 18,673 4,668 8 2.25 2.89 6612
S ..................... 12 ,9 9 3,646 11 5,077 36,685 3:335 1 312 7,064 7,064 79 34 527 4 .6
u. 1' olerioal employees) ..... 19 3 ,3 9 61,095 3,216 11 19,848 29,081 ,644 7 15,273 30,464 4.352 1 1,28 1,50 1,550 2 4.680 6,907 3.454 9 15168I 22174
ad fety:
S *. .. .... 19 .388 115,866 6,098 17 4,821 106,194 6,247 1 411 8,260 8,260 1 156 1,412 1,412 4 1,040 20,670 5.1N 8 9 ~2.508 61197
l ngolerll employees) ..... 45 8, 230 159,755 3,550 44 86,171 157,108 3.571 1 2,059 2,647 2,647 8 19,968 35,582 I,48 3 6 7

as and part'ners ........... D 168 49,638 1,627,782 9,689 137 41,182 1,345,551 9,822 26 7,187 252,456 9,710 5 1,269 29.775 5.955 28 8,171 237.241 8,473 78 2,14? 81,77
................... 649 1.336,290 1,814,693 2796 575 1,186.380 1.571092 2.732 55 110,222 188,068 3,419 19 39.688 55,533 2,923 237 500,422 699,476 2,951 272 538381 63)714 2,
4.....7 86,455 144.685 3,078 38 67,720 106,857 2.812 7 15,615 24,608 3,515 2 3,120 13,220 6,610 13 22,974 37,287 2,868 18 3598 77

l ai .................... 973 277,152 5,358,907 5,508 821 233,895 4,540.768 5,531 115 32,944 662,903 5,764 37 10,313 155,236 4,196 256 70,119 1,240,031 4,844 450 126, 2
urly el .... ....... 11,442 24,373,544 40,561,572 3,545 9,813 20,690,177 34,778,778 3,544 1,298 2,949,181 4.625,600 3,564 331 734,186 1,157,194 3.496 3,855 7,037,787 11,996.529 3,112 4,496 10.919,06 14

Central region Northwestern region Mid-Vestern region SBouthweetern region Roaky Mountain region Pao1flo region
lfloation of employees Average Total Total Average Average Tt Total Average Averae Totl Total Average Average Total lTotal Aver A ge S Totgt Total Average Avlle at
number houes oompen- annual number hurs ompen- annual number houros opnpen- annual number rhours oopen- number houre cotm en- annual number hours .. p
of Ior say eation coWt eno- ot days eaton omeon"- 'of or daye s aton oompen- of or day s atIon oompen- Of or day e tin oompe- of or a i
employees I aid for ds sat.lon emolorees Mid for sato t n emoloyee [ai for n pation loee ad fionor eloyee _Paida for-_ Ctlon pl e Ployee. prid for,
de raerBo nted ............... 12 1 1 3
S.. ................:........... D 21 6,256 $17,143 ,578 2 537 6.539 3,270 626 $9.135 84,568 2 464 6901 5
looludg vorkng oremen) ..... 206 478,384 862.462 187 9 22,374 32068 3563 14 29,424 6 '510 4,394
S...................7 196,073 300,330 3,096 -- 9.146 9,311 1,552 9 19,448 24,196 2,688 1 31, 98 45 3,1531
luoing elerleal e ploy.ee.) ... .. 13 28,785 39,354 3,027 1,248 1,105 -

...... 54 16.385 273,007 5.056 4 1,279 15,883 3.971 6 1,878 17,328 2 888 12 3.168 42,527 '4
. ......... .. 1,030 2,417,519 4,011,086 3,84 51 123,311 155,025 3,040 50 100.060 134,815 2,696 139 312.873 585 187 I.
alding cterical employees) ..... 13 27,256 50,038 3.849 2 3i882 i5i66 2il93

emoloee .... ...........D 3 936 25,736 88i
nd travel bureau employees 26 41,256 50,803 1,954 10 24,960 23774 2.377 -- -
.............................. 2 1330049 5 9,100 5097 1.019 1 3,03 3034
itation and advertising:
S.................. 2 26 10,257 5,129 -
,. ... 3 2,698 2,158 719 -
ig ele1rlal employeei ...... 1 1,248 1.550 1,550

....... ........... 4 1,273 24327 6,082 1 1112 1,41
ol elol emplW ee) 2 4,056 6,362 3,181 -
and general: 4 988 21,225 5,306
and rtn ........... 31 9.864 292.433 9.433 1 281 8,58,96 8,525098 0 44,08g 2,0
...66 147,577 237,902 3.605 1 2248 2,543 2,5 6,240 2,987 -
................................ .11.148 16,792 2,399 - 2 3.120 ,
ly basl s...... ................ 115 3,048 719,325 6 255 2,097 30,972 4,425 8 2,04 26,63 30 22 ..71801 4
rly .................... 1,462 ,353384 5,577226 6 15079 198947 2.969 77 161056 197.948 2.571 17 #,051 299 466

e not ioludla drivers of equipment engaged by theee oarriere to perform IPurobaeed Traneportation eareiloe.
hbl D designates thoas employees reported on a daily basls; all other olasese are reported on an hourly basis.




76 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR T AR Z. .,

TABLE 54.--OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


All Eastern Southern Western __E G I 0 N S
Item districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rocy Paci
SEngland Atlanti e Mountai d

Number of carriers represented ............................. 65 54 6 5 10 32 12 1 1 3
Average number of passenger vehicles in intercity revenue
service:
Owned equipment:
In operation ........................................ 356 327 17 12 2 266 59 12
Undergoing repairs .................................. 14 11 3 1 7 3 -3
Stand-by ................................... 47 34 3 10 5 25 4 10 -
Leased equipment In operation ............... ..... 1 1 1 -
Purchased transportation In operation ................. 4 4- 4- -
Total intercity vehicles ................................ 422 377 20 25 8 303 66 25 -
Number of revenue busses owned at close of year:
Interoity operation ..................................... 464 357 26 81 7 288 62 25 56
Local operation ............... .......................... ,808 4,509 601 98 1,774 2,054 681 34 16 -
Total number of revenue busses owned ................. 5,672 4,866 627 179 1,781 2,342 743 34 41 104
Bus-miles operated in revenue service (loaded and empty):
Owned Vehicles:
Busses operated-Interoity service (regular routes) ... 25,143,031 22,643,393 1,418,908 1,080,730 273,076 18,915,536 3,454,781 1,80,730 -
-Local service ........................ 138,361,620 118,804,577 16,446,143 3,110,900 41,432,994 56,473,387 20,898,196 1,171,888 1,077234 861,778
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service .................. 12,001,312 9,498,750 755,890 1,746,672 1,408,280 6,069,493 2,020,977 760 60,621 1,685,291
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ................. 538,539 538,539 -
Total ............................................. 176,044,502 150,946,720 19,159,480 5,938,302 43,114,350 81,458,416 26,373,954 1,172,648 2,218,585 2547,69
Leased vehicles:
Busses operated-Interoity service (regular routes).... 94,060 94,60 13,912 80,148 -
-Local service ........................ 3,369,424 1,957,754 1,411,670 6,092 1,951,662 -
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service ................... 1,068,441 866,833 142,183 59,425 826,153 40,680 59.425
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .................- -
Total ............................................. 4,531,925 2,918,647 1,553,853 59,425 6,092 2,791,727 120,828 59,425
Purchased transportation:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) .. 100,960 100,960 100,960 -
-Local service ........................ 1,720,065 1,720,065 1,720,065 -
-Charter, sightseeing and other
special service ................... 69,566 58,528 11,038 58,528 11,038
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service .................- -
Total ............................................. 1,890,591 1,879,553 11,038 1,879,553 -- 11,038
Grand total bus-miles ............................. 182,467,018 155,744,920 20,713,333 6,008,765 43,120,442 86,129,696 26,494,782 1,172,648 2,218,585 2,617,532
Passengers oarried,revenue:
Intercity (regular route) ................................ 83,812,935 21,645,289 1,401,822 765,824 122,029 18,976,214 2,547,046 765,824 -
Local (excludes transfers) .............................. 499,999,825 427,234,944 64,721,715 8,043,166 175,090,894 182,849,411 69,294,639 4,290,711 2,393,478 1,358,977
Charter, sightseeing and other special revenue
passengers ........................................ 14,635,281 11,585,581 1,473,213 1,576,487 2,207,989 6,696,902 2,680,690 1,920 87,851 1,486,716
Total number of revenue passengers carried ............ 538,448,041 460,465,814 67,596,750 10,385,477 177,420,912 208,522,527 74,522,375 4,292,631 3,247,153 2,845,693
Intercity passengers carried free (including employees) ..... 3,476,575 1,460,475 2,011,593 4,507 11,369 1,386,504 62,602 1,220 3,287
Total number of passengers carried .................... 541,924,616 461,926,289 69,608,343 10,389,984 177,432,281 209,909,031 74,584,977 4,292,631 3,248.373 2,848,980
Passenger revenue:
Interoity service Regular route ....................... $8,854,558 $8,229,801 $318,290 $306,467 $113,493 $7,079,640 $1,036,668 $306,467 -
Local service ............................................67,179,660 56,790,450 9,210,730 1,178,480 19,526,394 27,698,414 9,565,642 $450,195 222,170 $506,115
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ........... 9,281,421 7,046,152 663,767 1,571,502 990,167 4,888,157 1,167,828 861 15,623 1,555,018
Total ............................................... 85,315,639 72,066,403 10,192,787 3,056,449 20,630,054 39,666,211 11,770,138 451,056 544,260 2,061,133
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating taxes
and rent) ............................................... 85,954,024 73,348,223 9,781,727 2,824,74 21,634,035 40,263,421 11,450767 443,062 462,166 1,918,846




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 55.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUS O ,0,00
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Total
Number Total Operating revenues expenaes Emlyeea Number of vehicles
of Miles of assets (not Passenger revenue Charter, (including carrier after Average Avera
Name of carrier carriers regular Including Intercity sightseeing, der ation operting income nubr otl
repre- routes intangible service Local and other o r Total oteratng in come taxes .. mntl ns
sented property) (regular service special taxp, and of month tn s e
routes) service rents) count lar routes

stricts total ................. 66 $268,948,716 $308,633,69U $15,307,838 $14,076,783 $16,621,718 $354,640,033 30P,333,506 $46,322,987 821,961,635 33,381 142,578.36 11,227
n district total .............. 29 83,166,888 97,611,385 10,499,887 5,235,447 3,582,147 116,928,866 106,635,140 10,292,995 4,446,577 1 1,720 7,941,25 3,26 3
England region ................ 4 4,832,139 5,344,918 219,015 750,555 117,206 6,431,694 6,294,969 136,725 61,12? 722 2,895,542 23
dle Atlantic region .......... 16 21,875,118 26,107,688 5,654,899 1,700,106 691,159 34,153,852 3'2I495,762 1,653,840 833,094 3,607 14,447,776 1
tral region .................... 9 56,459,631 66,158,779 4,625,973 2,784,786 2,773,782 76,343,320 67,844,409 8,502,430 3,552,356 7,391 30,599937
rn region ....................... 17 70,138,349 89,086,014 57,812 3,312,452 5,445,259 97,901,537 80,707,961 17,214,084 8,078,897 9,428 35,914,567 3,140
n district total............... 20 115,643,479 121,936,295 4,750,139 5,528,884 7,594,312 139,809.630 120,990,405 18,815,908 9,436,161 1,233 58,720,.542 4,561 ,2o
rthestern region ............... 1 8,557,046 12,274,328 902,198 614,599 13,791,125 13,031,864 759,261 322,998 1,427 6,094,893 91
-Western region ................. 3 13,531,860 12,922,018 712,119 739,893 14,3741030 11,585,538 2,788,492 1,568,679 1,540 6,443,992 405 40i
uthwetern region ................ 11 51,896,672 57,511,566 257,522 2,457,931 3,695,354 63,922,373 56,124,484 7,791318 3,581,100 6,55 25,922,903 2,366
y Mountain region .............. 1 1,39,871 1,03899 5,300 30,765 71,967 147,026 858,978 288,48 148,593 ,896
ific region ..................... 4 40,263,030 38,189,389 4,487,317 1,425,871 2,472,499 46,575,076 39,389,541 7,188,789 3,814,791 4,628 19,906,..58 1,25314

NEW ENGLAND REGION
gland Greyhound Lines, Inc. ................ 1,974 2,274,142 2,574,671 115,646 46,546 2,736,863 2,695,946 40,917 27,434 334 1,289,902 97
SLine, Inc................................... 178 861,067 993,001 184,356 193,081 10,751 1,381,189 1,345,696 35,493 16,736 159 636,250 46
ay of New England,. Inc.................... 76 1,001,829 801,198 361,778 724 1,163,700 1,135,36 28, 336 2,314 92 40,976 32 32
t Transit Co., In. ...................... 1,382 695,101 976,048 34,659 80,050 59,185 1,149,942 1,117,963 31,979 14,643 137 564,414 60
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
dack Transit Lines, Inc. ................... 927 884,520 1,220,237 37,285 12,919 13,273 1,283,714 1,20,482 80,232 49,437 18 449 8 5
idge Transoortatlon Co. ..................... 730 1,340,273 1,803,604 77,868 84,840 1,966,312 1,791,454 174,858 102,402 246 32,770 8 7
e Transportation, InC. ...................... 15 1,038,882 147,340 2,215,218 246,610 9,218 2,618,386 2,6 44560 d 26.174 d 37.107 354 1,32,580 22
SGreyhound Lines, Inc. of New York ........ 3,33 90,674 6,780,334 58,004 270,635 273,85 7.382,818 6,90,980 77,838 28150 840 3,3 963 300 2
aidated Bus Lines, Inc. .................... 3,1276 3,739,950 2,514,947 52,210 90,785 2,657,942 2,430,905 229,098 110,526 312 1,202,910 107 100
e LinBs is................................... 103 1, ,682 5 117,047 843 1,666,332 1,580,464 85,868 3268 156 748,9
SMoto Transit Co., Inc................... 1,297 ,7,15 1317,7 95,38 57,833 1,470,264 1,397,718 63,735 28,883 145 28,874 62
STransit Lines, In .. ..................... .. 30 1,080,597 1,292,519 66,341 6,38 1,365,298 1,344,296 23,502 12,849 122 51,399 65 26
City Transportation Co., Inc. ............... 313 687,083 468,299 2,580,690 74,356 E,259 3,131,604 3,112,697 18,907 13,235 343 ,910
Ln Transit Co., Inc...................... 186 345,723 1,256,5 83,026 1,090 1,340,660 1,329,734 10,926 3,765 78 394,718 47
Coach Co., Frank ........................636 1,019 400 957,039 68,926 83,000 18,295 1,127,260 985,279 141,981 66,135 102 349554
City Bus Co. .- ....................... ...... 5 570,784 936,01 65,805 23,234 1,025,080 939,963 8,11 73 97 371369
oahe, Inc........9 1,298,221 1,995,771 97,012 11,949 5,916 2,213,648 2,135,222 78, 26 53,0 183, 899,486 82
Trails, Inc ............................. 731 1,448,501 1,831,106 226,011 49,700 2,106,817 2,033,471 73,36 22,800 200 707,109 8
t Busu Co., Inc............... ...... .... 175 782,779 722,537 444,542 61,954 564 1,229,597 1,218,311 11,286 d 10.682 106 424,864 28
StarB Lines, Inc. ......................... 401 1,029,904 1,315,911 153,222 51,961 47,026 1,568,120 1,443,226 124,894 54,318 215 790,227 63

CENTRAL REGION
an Buslines, Inc. ........... .. ........ 13,777 8,685,761 11,493,939 558,145 521,644 12573,728 12,193,351 380,377 238,018 1,109 4,592,201 360
lrd Coach Lines, Ino ...................... 1. .97 923,482 472,283 714,453 55,257 20,888 1,262,881 1,261,626 1,255 d 25.44 158 635,969 56
it Cor o n Line ........... .....,033 1,446,57 2,282089 33,80G7 31,163 2,347,059 2,188,465 158,59 58,901 165 69,21 25
ound Corp.- Central Greyhond Lines....... ,703 10442,709 10816,381 341,237 404,049 11,561,667 10,643,514 918,13 391,060 1,199 ,89
od Corp.- Great Lkes eyhou Lines 5,198 13,060,980 12,205,211 3,871,012 860,270 858,724 17,795,217 14,923,307 2,871,910 1,248,048 1,724 7,612,662 380 5
unTrails, Inc. .................... ..... 998 55,477 808,965 40,508 106,213 80 12 1,036,098 1,028,515 7,583 5.748 1001 l49
Way Linea, Inc. .............................d-Susidares,**3,553 29 1 12,645 3,917 ill 451,719 714
tvWayLines a yond ................... of1,310 803,1 941,013 62577 377 1109967 322 1

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78 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAH ENDED DECE4BER 31,1952

TABLE 55.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $1,000,000 1952 Continud
BY DISTRICT AND REC-ION


Vehiole-miles (loaded and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Av-rage..
Owned and leased Purchased evenue per Passaenr
vehicles tranoortatione Charter, Miles per nassenger r venue per Eene
vehicles transortaton vehicles All Intercity sightseeing, vehicle- per arie- vehIle-mlle--
Name of carrier Intercity Intercity other Total service Local and other Total Intercity Interoity Intercity -e i
service Local service Local services (regular service saecial service service
(regular service (regular service routes) service (regular (reular (rgla
routes) routes) routes) roue

All.districts total ..................... 786,609,410 30,373,463 3,568,943 32,411,215 852,963,031 236,1L5,7F8 54,330,371 5,611,526 296,087,675 70,382 $1.307 SO.391 0.3611
Eastern district total ........... ....... 229,244,824 19,150,672 2,708,118 10,870,138 261,973,752 88,318,020 39,772,186 3,176,506 131,266,712 65,784 1.105 .421 *407
New England region ...................... 12,330,876 591,787 149,347 1,784,748 14,856,758 3,412,614 1,949,016 302,588 5,664,218 53,107 1.566 .428 .42**4
Middle Atlantic region ................... 59,706,841 9,218,772 1,576,231 3,249,355 73,751,199 36,384,136 15,304,458 1,134,974 52,,23,568 54,474 .718 ,126 .441
Central region .......................... 157,207,107 9,340,113 982,540 5,836,035 173,365.795 48,521,270 22,518,712 1,738,944 72,778,926 73,033 1.364 .418 .391
Southern region ........ ............ ... 226,079,584 321,200 143,905 7,730,440 234,275,129 78,029,789 204,867 996,900 79,231,556 72,046 1.142 .394 ___ .345
Western district total ................... 331,285,002 10,901,591 716,920 13,810,637 356,71),150 69,797,969 14,353,318 1,438,120 85,589,407 72,791 1.747 .367 .339
Northwestern region ...................... 32,854,589 2,117,023 34,971,612 9,692,226 253,228 8,945,454 66,914 1.412 .37L .373
Mid-Western region ...................... 33,777,767 311,296 1,803,549 35,P97,6l 2 5,R67,554 181,583 6,049,137 84,171 2.202 .379 .323
Southweetern region ..................... 168,900,755 835,163 287,404 6,633,385 176,656,707 35,827,847 1,014,939 568,097 37,410,883 71,508 1.605 .340 .318
Rocky Mountain region ................... 3,359,929 34,71 82,615 3,477,258 L28,551 35,337 5,936 469,824 73,042 2.424 .309 .247
Pacific region .......................... 92,391,962 10,031,714 118,220 3,174,065 105,715,961 18,981,791 13,303,042 429,276 32,714,109 73,831 2.012 .413 .373
NEW ENGLAND REGION
New England Greyhound Lines, Inc........... 6,229,097 227,288 6,456,385 953,022 93,862 977,284 64,217 2.700 .413 .418
Short Line, Inc............................ 1,687,733 471,510 L7,165 530,811 2,737,219 1,509,413 1,780,651 207,408 3,497,472 37,715 .658 .572 92
Trailways of New England, Inc ................... 1,705,657 93,153 851,393 2,650,203 291,757 50,825 342,582 56,213 2.746 .445 .28
Vermont Transit Co., Inc. .................. 2,7p8,389 120,277 9,029 175,256 3,012,951 658,022 168,365 20,493 846,880 45,290 1.483 .359 .371
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Adirondack Transit Lines, Inc .............. 2,361,273 113,657 46,781 24,183 2,545,894 643,350 154,822 7,641 805,813 53,512 1.897 .473
Blue Ridge Transportation Co., ............. 4,164,123 13,677 171,333 4,349,133 1,804,906 32,321 1,837,227 50,335 .999 .432 .412
Carey Transportation, Inc.................. 205,479 2,495,100 237,209 2,937,788 137,741 2,086,044 206,265 2,430,050 9,340 1.070 .717 .900
Central Greyhound Lines, Inc., of New York 17,138,461 134,751 -547,954 17,821,166 7,146,034 504,115 86,697 7,736,846 57,128 .949 .396 .387
Consolidated Bus Lines, Inc. ................ 6,926436 99,515 7,025,951 7,751,812 19,046 7,770,858 64,733 .324 .363 .346
DeCamp Bus Lines ........................ ... 3,032,720 265,162 3,297,882 3,494,856 93,201 3,588,057 47,386 .443 .511 .479
Edwards Motor Transit Co., Inc............. 3,386,476 77,466 200,384 3,664,326 981,863 -27,921 1,009,784 55,870 1.341 .380 .381
Hudson Transit Lines, Inc ............ 2,171,734 101,511 127,752 2,400,997 764,623 99,553 864,176 34,973 1.690 .569 .560
Inter-City Transportation Co., Inc .......... 760,220 4,323,494 64,470 -127,713 5,275,897 157,082 8,632,284 60,848 8,850,214 2.981 .568 .590
Lincoln Transit Co., Inc. ................... 2,532,672 554,790 200,849 3,288,311 1,226,830 1,534 1,268,364 65,691 1.024 .407 .404
Martz Coach Co., Frank ...................... 2,074,023 243,608 54,647 169,011 2,541,289 388,212 360,535 46,563 795,310 54,581 2.465 .450 .388
Quaker City Bus Co. ........................ 1,854,883 153, 40 2,008,323 610,969 24,783 635,752 54,55 1.532 .505 .468
Rookland Coaches, Inc. ...................... 3,271,092 272,947 601,299 205,662 4,351,000 6,347,009 854,724 173,482 7,375,215 47,224 .314 .515 .491
Safeway Trails, Inc ......................... 4,718,616 53,736 497,686 5,270,038 1,259,150 -62,163 1,321,313 56,814 1.454 .384 .386
Somerset Bus Co., Inc. .................... 1,792,178 1,156,064 116.344 3,064,586 1,348,268 1,679,970 127,786 3,156,024 64,006 .536 .403 .398
White Star Lines, Inc. ...................... 3,316,455 479,151 7,854 105,158 3,908,618 2,321,431 1,031,964 25,170 3,378,565 52,767 .567 .396 .369
CENTRAL REGION
American Buslines, Inc. ................... 32,907.522 1,392,266 34,299,788 5,370,508 150,109 5,50,617 91,410 2.140 .349 .355
Bluebird Coach Lines, Inc. ................ 1,168,558 1,546,312 65,281 2,780,151 1,310,361 2,816,816 97,624 4,224,801 46,742 .360 .404 .45
Capitol Greyhound Lines ..................... 5,769,422 -- 78,765 5,848,187 1,712,704 8,044 1,720,748 77,965 1.332 .396 .37
Greyhound Coro. Central Greyhound Lines ... 27,126,262 622,595 27,748,857 11,716,337 118,575 11,834,12 63,826 .923 .399 .384
Greyhound Coro. Great Lakes Greyhound Lines 25,984,293 7,588,478 1,708,571 35,281,342 7,884,315 19,325,115 853,006 28,062,436 68,380 1.548 .470 .423
Indian Trails, Inc.......................... 2,461,03 205,323 3,840 282,575 2,953,141 510,641 376,781 21,712 909,134 2,452 1.584 .28 .348
Ohio Bus Line Co. ........................... 4,232,402 347,218 4,579,620 6,89808 294,704 6,784,512 .696 271 .416 .425
Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines, Inc.,
and Subsidiaries ......................... 55,224,802 1,151,198 56,376,000 12,520,274 158,375 12,678,649 81,213 2.027 .460 .400
Short Way Lines, Inc. ....................... 2,332,443 978,700 -187,566 3,498,709 1,006,322 36,795 1,043,117 46,636 .935 .284 .314

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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABLE 55.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER 000000 1 -



Total Operating revenues TOtal Eloye Number of vehles
... exnense .et Nt Ic e s
Name of carrier Miles of assets (not Passenger revenue Charter, (inclid ing Ie after verage verage
Name of carrier regular including Intercity sightseeing. All depreolaton, number Total operated in Oned
routes intangible service Local and other other Total oertnncome
property) (regular service special taxes, and income taxe of mont to of year
routes) service rents) count) nar .o.t
SOUTHER REGION
tio rehound Corp and Subsidiary .......... 9,125 $16.343,355 $19,884,667 6643,967 9935,867 $21,464,501 $16,86 .744 44.610,694 $1,936,410 1,992 7,7 0 42
ita otor Lines .............. .......... 163 870,219 1375,030 21,21 947 1,470,228 1,336,058 13170 73639 134 1
lina Coach Co .............................*** 3,376 4,279,777 65,645673 -288,2 8 29 ,060 6,227,981 5,298.905 920,969 839801 95 2138 4
na Scenic Stages ........................... 1,565 746,699 965,141 71151 42,741 1,079,033 1,063,157 18,440 6725 128 372239 8
sent Stages, Inc. ......... .......923 1,306866 1,503,071 67,188 69,206 1,639,465 1,445,136 19,339 92,293 192 621,51
.e Oreyhound Lines ........................... 3,642 4,963663 7,062,736 190,263 358,705 7,611,704 6,118,431 1,493,273 00,8 66 2,
rida Greyhound Line .......................... 3,73 6,006 084 6,898,250 343,841 661,193 7,903,284 6,753,129 1,0,155 549,6 5 1,021 3,992,6
n Coach Corp. ............................... 2,152 1,533,108 1,745,726 -119,896 106,730 1,972,352 1,900,199 72,153 44,58 203 715,99 93
een City Coach Co. .......................... 4,748 3,718,450 3,898,982 325,066 679,644 4,903,692 4,639,800 274,024 131,545 518 1,761,119 196
hmond Greyhound Lines, Inc. ................ 860 4,019,236 4,415,525 163,216 139,949 4,718,690 3,167,019 1,551,671 494,717 354 1,L6,357 103
Iy Mountain Stages, Inc. ..................... 1,659 965,722 1,082,682 99,456 57,589 1,239,727 1,257,135 d 9299 19,173 135 443,705 60 59
utheastern Greyhound Lines ..................... 7,738 11,715,242 19,278,661 371,170 928,085 20,577,916 17,086,174 3,49,605 1,505,578 1854233137 03
atheastern stages, Inc ....................... 1,085 1,127,122 1,416,267 49,496 66,676 1,532,439 1,174,446 357,993 177,340 108 486,6140 8 48
thern Stages, Inc. ........................... 678 1,167,655 1,006,826 27,857 15,858 1,050,541 899,780 150,761 72,585 76 331,61
be Greyhound Lines ............................ 2,481 6,893,040 8,312,149 296,903 832,136 9,441,188 6,931,180 2,510,008 1,196,745 893 3 '2390 290
nessee Coach Co. .............................. 997 2,598,802 2,383,823 115,232 93,355 2,592,410 2,494,425 91,985 56,570 286 1,06,497 160 I
inia Stage Lines, Inc. ....................... 1,564 1,883,309 2,210,805 $57,812 118,251 89,518 2,476,386 2,280,43 196,143 180,686 263 980,392 89
NORTHWESTERN REGION
rthland Greyhound Lines, Inc. ................... 10,903 8,557,046 12,274,328 902,198 614,599 13,791,125 13,031,864 759,261 322,998 1,427 6,094,893 491 479
MID-WESTERN REGION
n Coach Co. ................................. 1,042 1,336,700 1,519,114 214,719 67,265 1,801,098 1,529,607 271,491 134,591 161 663,612 67 69
terstate Transit Lines ......................... 5,108 10,252,363 9,913,162 396,270 585,173 10,894,605 8,501,682 2,392,923 1,378,150 1,194 5,057,249 280 2
ferson Transportation Co. ..................... 1,668 1,942,797 1,489,742 -101,130 87,455 1,678,327 1,554,249 12,078 55,938 185 723,131 58 5
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
.tinental Bus System, Inc. ..................... 6,062 3,938,307 6,361,501 208,626 328,877 6,899,004 6,201,806 698,988 320,137 751 2,897,807 289
ntinental Southern Lines, Inc. .................. 5,598 4,048,134 7,079,334 302,614 585,029 7.966,977 7,329,464 637,446 282,417 788 2,796,691 353 2 3
rrville Bus Co., Inc. .................... 1,843 1,967,280 1,765,830 186,528 127.507 2,079,865 1,710,083 366,782 179,657 15 621,430 6
t-Continent Coaches, Inc. ....................... 1,808 929,932 936,134 149,273 49,506 1,134,913 954,151 180,762 84,579. 113 07,67 53
souri, Kansas & Oklahoma Coach Lines
o/b/a B K. & 0. Trail .................... 1,100 ; 6 1, 20,136 7 6 8 1, 8 11,4 857 0
o i Pacific Transportation Co ............... 5253 52 .389 3.911 355 2552 001 31 M1..1735 71 21 18320 6,499 2
shoma Transportation Co., Inc .................. 865 1,540,622 1,602,307 165,513 70, 885 1,838,705 1,635,277 204,241 117,707 168 661,99 5
thwestern Greyhound Lines, Inc ................. 7,477 15,437,431 19,075,181 606,751 699,650 20,381,582 16,524,585 3,845,556 1,925,076 2,0 8,41,768 393
xas, New Mexico & Oklahoma Coaches, Inc........ 2,599 1,905,129 1,678,430 -95,715 195,810 1,967,955 1,18,43 449,522 226,70 'g76,543
iseontinental Bus System, Inc ................... 14,756 15,521,600 12,885,178 496,516 1,142,269 14,523,963 13,423,282 1,102,239 397,039 1,645 6,563366 67
on Bus Lines, Inc ......................... .1 ,457 512,223 1,011,180 93,710 80,292 1,185,182 1,180,374 8,571 d 39.711 102 06,782 45 6
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
SMexico Transportation Co., Inc. .............. 1,225 1,394,871 1,038,994 5,300 30,765 71,967 1,147,026 858,978 288,048 148,593 84 351,896 6 4
PACIFIC REGION
rhest Greyhound Lines ........................ 2,678 4,780,699 5,819,056 -185:.Z1 481,224 6,485,811 5,912,431 76,63 27,698 3,082,69
Ific Greyhound Lines ........................ 11,665 32,z244,632 28,733,620 4,487,317 1,13,0 9 1,753,386 36,087,372 29,830,013 6,257,359 3,303,874 3,526 15,256,125 850
Ic Trailways ........................... 2,015 719,153 984,956 2,289 61,504 1,078,749 1,036 675 42,074 24,674 90 423,99
Paific Stages, Ino ........................ 2,197 2,518,546 2,651,757 95,002 176,385 2,923,144 2,610,422 312,722 238,545 271 1,163,970 10 99

Sfootnotes at end of table.




so80 STATISTICS OF CLA8SS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR HE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 55--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE AVING OPERING EVEE VER 1 -
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Vehicle-miles (loaded and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Ae
Owned and leased Purchased Revene per
vehicles transportation vehicles Intercity Charter ie Ope pass r evenue
otherl Intercity sgteeing, vehicle-- pa:s:uger
Name of carrier Intercity Interity Allother Totl ervice Local teeng nt t per carrier-- vehile-mle-- Expense p
service Local service Local services T (regular service an other Total servloe Interoitye e vc
(regular service (regular service routes) service (reglaar reerice
routes) routes) rou)es) e rr

BOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Greyhound Corp. and Subsidiary ..... 46,211,314 996 1,511,905 47,724,215 15,405,892 128,549 15,534,441 93,927 $1.291 0, 430 00
Capital Motor Lines .................... 4,520,393 6,209 53.519 4,580,121 1,391,163 8,287 1,399,450 3,110 .988 .30
Carloina Coach Co. .......................... 14,36,612 52,107 680,158 15,096,877 6,036,416 82,413 6,118,829 65830 935 .2
Carolina Senio Stages ...................... 3,603,100 44,670 176,929 3,824,699 1,327,318 29,115 1,356,433 43,949 .727 .26 .
Cresent Stages, Inc. ........................ 4,827,728 -- -175,904 5,003,632 2,184,606 19,342 2,203,948 57,473 .311
Dixie Greyhound Lines ...................... 17,865528 437637 18,303,165 4,850,698 67,114 4,917,812 70,615 1.456 395
Florida Greyhound Lines ..................... 17,880,637 235 689,218 18,570,090 4,523.388 81,756 4,605144 87,651 1.525 .366
Modern Coach Corp. ........................... 5,695204 5,871 321,458 6,022,533 1,635,689 28,384 1,664073 61,302 1.067 .306
Queen City Coach Co. ...................... 11,199,237 22,071 802,841 12,024,149 5125,12331 102,961 5,228,292 57,252 .761 .347
Richmond-Greyhound Lines, Inc. ............. 8,185,391 265,244 8,450,635 3,038,397 95.359 3,133,756 79,470 1.453 .539
Smoky Mountain Stages, Inc ................. 4,866,411 770 242,198 5,109,379 1,380,442 31,320 1,411,762 81,120 .784 .222
Southeastern Greyhound Lines ............... 47,180,267 953,933 48,134,200 17,177,432 129,288 17,306,720 78,243 1.122 .409.3
Southeastern Stages, Inc. .................. 3,793,419 2,056 135,373 3,930,848 1,293,154 13,203 1,306,357 79,072 1.095 .373 29
Southern Stages, Inc. ...................... 2,759,748 1,608 80,246 2,841,602 807,673 4,197 811,870 47,610 1.4 .365 .317
Teche Greyhound Lines ....................... 19,790,390 666,998 20,457,388 6,618,262 96,663 6,714,925 68,243 1.256 .420 .3
Tennessee Coach Co. ......................... 7,025,731 2,513 25,023 7,303,267 3,146,374 38,329 3,184,703 43,927 .758 .339 3
Virginia Stage Lines, In. .................. 6,310,474 321,200 4,799 261,856 6,898,329 2,087,554 204,867 40,620 2,333,041 70,958 1.059 .350 .331
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Northland Greyhound Lines, Inc. ............... 32,854,589 2,117,023 34,971,612 8,692,226 253,228 8,945,454 66,914 1.412 .374 .373
MID-WESTERN REGION
Crown Coach Co. .............................. 4,608,449 592,732 5,201,181 1,075,318 45,786 1,121,104 68,783 1.413 .330 .294
Interstate Transit Lines .................... 24,681,358 274,822 965,609 25921,789 3,740,112 104,313 3,844,425 89,129 2.650 .397 .328
Jefferson Transportation Co. ................ 4,487,960 36,474 245,208 4,769,642 1,052,124 31,484 1,083,608 78,007 1.416 .329 .326
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Continental Bus System, Inc. ................. 19,703,108 12,190 542,261 20,257,559 4,184,931 42,523 4,227,454 68,219 1.520 .323 .306
Continental Southern Lines, Inc. ............ 21,345,383 50,4 1,037,726 22,433,559 5,666,718 75,446 5,742,164 60,611 1.249 .331 .327
Kerrville Bus Co., Ino. ...................... 5,00,892 7,38 ,72 5,923,812 1,008,614 43,259 1,051,873 84,504 1.751 .327 .2
Mid-Continent CoachesB Inc. .................. 3,34,676 605 369,78 390,759 772,132 28,52 800,584 66,703 1.212 .265
Missouri, Kansas & Oklahoma Coach Lines
d/b/a M. & 0. Trailways ............... 3.063,189 144,94 136,677 3,344,460 918,043 35789 953.832 76,376 1.313 .376 .304
Missouri Pacific Transportation Co. ......... 14961261 835,163 412 254,105 16,050,941 3,686,219 1,014,93 26,758 4,727,916 62,082 1.061 .261 .28
Oklahoma Transportation Co., In. ........... 4,54,712 870 443,657 4,899,239 1,755,726 39,464 1,795,190 46,901 .913 .36o .334
Southwestern Greyhound Lines, In. ........... 47,007,060 65 1,472,153 48,479,278 7,895,923 108,670 8,004,593 101,527 2.46 .46 .34
Texas, New Mexico & Oklahoma Coaches, Inc. .. 5,729,623 1,997 264,413 5,996,033 933,349 20,003 953,352 89,557 1.798 .293 .253
Transontinental Bus System, Inc. ........... 39,637,382 68,873 1,329,564 41,035,819 8,091,881 127,95 8,219,826 60,436 1.592 .32 .327
Union Bus Lines, In. ....................... 4,063,469 267,779 4,331,248 914,311 19,788 934,099 90,299 1.106 .249 .273
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
New Mexico Transportation Co., Inc. ......... 3,359,929 34,714 82,615 3,477,258 428,551 35,337 5,936 469,824 73,042 2.424 .309 .247
PACIFIC REGION
Northwest Greyhound Lines ................... 13,862,502 -- 369,766 14,232,268 4,986,579 76,369 5,062,948 56,582 1.167 .420 .415
Pacifio Greyhound Lines ..................... 67,817,352 10,031,714 2,508,136 80,357,202 12,279,233 13,303,042 321,759 25,904,034 79,411 2.340 .424 .371
Pacifc Trailways ........................... 3,242,692 115,104 81,347 3,439,143 462,585 8,739 471,324 67,156 2.129 .293 .301
ion Paclfic S.tages, Inc. ................ 7,469,416 3,116 214,816 7,687,348 1,253,394 22,409 1,275,803 71,851 2.116 .355 34

Defioit or other reverse item.
This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged to perform 'Purchased transportation' service.
SBasic 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-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 PASSENGERS FOR THE EAR END DECEMBER 31, 1952
TABLE 56.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN IOCAL OR SUBURBA SERVICE HAVING OPERTING REVENUE OVER 1 -

BY DISTRICT AND REGION


No. of Total Operating revenues Total i '' Emplyees Number les
No.e of a__ __ expenses Net Net inome
Scarrier Miles of assets (not Passener revenue Charter, (nludng arrier after veage
e of carrier repre- regular Including Intercity sightseeing All Total depreciation, operating income number T
sented routes intangible service Local and other other operating operating Income taxes (middle of 00mpensa- int
property) (regular service special revenues revenues taxes, 'and month tio e I
routes) service rents) count) m ...u..
districts total ................. 20 847,843,715 $7.823.374 $53.084,852 $4,542,029 $1,014,958 $66,465.213 $66,074,330 4152,115 d 929.512 9,870 636,582,502 335 4,254
ern district total .............. 16 40,141,800 7,823,374 45,133,763 2,935,037 977,785 56,869,959 56,991,771 d 360.5 80 .36.8 8,600 3,658,481 53l72
Mew England region ................. 2 14580,168 104,987 16,907,028 350,973 159,767 17,522,755 18,419,944 8 a 1.050.823 3,618 11,465,1 52 ,50
iddle Atlanti region ............. 104 20,164,661 6,725,874 21,708,543 2,390,906 691,662 31,516,985 31,021,968 2972 26 2 3,896 15,810,274 269 1
Central region ..................... 4 5,396,971 992,513 6,518,192 193,158 126,356 7,830,219 7,549,859 289.361 78,07 l,o86 *4383.055 56 416
hern region ....................... 3 7,013,028 7,951,089 249,783 35,198 8,236,070 7,750,650 485,420 264,904 1,144 4,358,815 47
ern district total .............. 1 688,887 1,357,209 1,975 1,359,184 1,331.909 27,275 41,592 126 565,206 -5
Northwestern region ................ -
Kid-Western region ................... --. ."l
Southwestern region ................ -
ocky Mountain region ............... - - - -i
aclfic region ..................... 1 688,887 1,357,209 1,975 1,359,184 1,331,909 27,275 41,592 126 565,206 6
NEW ENGLAND REGION
ectlout Co. .................................. 9,070,522 10,516,837 287,512 92,039 10,896,388 10,843.319 53,069 29,617 1,771 6,787,092 711
tern Massachusetts Street Railway Go. ........ 48 5,509,646 104,987 6,390,191 63,461 67,728 6,626,367 7,576,625 d 950.258 d 1.080.40 1,847 4,678,060 8 795
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
alo Transit Co., Inc. ....................... 936,449 1,564,147 99,662 8,119 1,671,928 1,575,472 96,456 47,582 221 88,635 98
operative Transit Co. ..................... 1,052,624 1,693,472 22,559 7,558 1,723,589 1,710,685 12,904 2,867 2,37 935,52 112
ony Short Line Motor Transportation Co. ..... 482 1,563,194 577,765 366,195 50,916 20,118 1,014,994 1,294,773 d 2979d 264,940 236 723,439 17 91
Bus Co. .................................... 491,274 560,450 86,418 390,344 1,037,212 1,011,838 25,374 16,W 100 489,842 55
on Bus Transportation Co., In. ............. 45 666,055 433,018 387,174 160,582 41,883 1,022,657 1,019,200 3,457 136 106 478,063 59 59
ttan Transit Co. ........................... 20 444,822 922,009 563,397 5,662 1,491,068 1,452,303 38.765 24,695 139 648,250 26
Valley Bus Co. ............................. 888,486 1,253,130 17,713 7,270 1,278,113 1,225,276 52,837 27,092 193 659,245 82
ge & Black Bus Lines, Inc. ................. 473,484 855,723 109,762 80,269 1,045,754 1,034,930 10,824 1,369 115 562,222 47
to Service Interstate Transportation Co. .... 1,227 11,612,240 5,715,091 12,482,888 1,168,947 119,937 19,486,863 19,088,628 148,234 208783 2,334 9,508,627 193 1,13
hern Pennsylvania Bue Co. ................... 2,036,033 1,623,355 110,950 10,502 1,744,807 1,608,863 138,176 69,818 215 916,409 -89
CENTRAL REGION
ago & Calumet District Transit Co., Inc .... 1,516,170 2,471,646 32,143 17,364 2,521,15 2,389,739 140,415 39,628 329 1,384,029 13
hern Indiana Transit, Inc. ................ 26 1,699,188 154,747 1,762,212 9,582 19,403 1,945,94 1,849,873 96,071 37,643 282 1,17271 8 7
ey Motor Transit Co. ......................... 861,892 1,373,912 25,219 6,890 1,406,021 1,393,528 12,493 d 14, 9 211 841429 ?a
on Co. ....................................... 558 1,319,721 837,766 910,422 126,214 82,699 1,957,101 1,916,719 40,382 15,65 264 985,226 50 12
SOUTHERN REGION
nmdriaBaroroft and Washington Transit Co. 2,535,632 3,358,022 97,797 10,602 3,466,421 3,241,404 225,017 126,290 484 1836,849- 224
innati, Newport & Covlngton Ry. Co ........... 4,020,565 2,503,625 39,406 17,630 2,560,661 2417448 143,213 6769 365 1413962 16
ington, Virginia & Maryland Coach Co., Inc. 456,831 2,089,442 112,580 6,966 2,208,988 2,091,798 117,190 7,845 295 1,18, 06-
PACIFIC REGION
er Motor Tours, Inc. ........................ 688,887 1,357,209 1,975 1,359,184 1,331,909 27,275 41,592 126 565,206 -56

footnotes at end of table.
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82 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952
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 95
BY DISTRICT AND REGION


Vehicle-miles (loaded and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Average
Owned and leased Purchased Cha Milesl "
veh- esg transportation vehicles All Intercity iasein vehile-- Revenue pr Revnue p
Name of carrier Interoity Intercity otr Total service Local ghtseei Intercit assenger pr vei r eie -
service Local service Local services (regular service secal service carrier--All mile--All mile- "
(regular service (regular service routes) special
(regular service (regular services~ ervices All serviaes
routes) routes) _____se _
All distriote total ...................... 21,273,042 108,093,560 14,392 7,046,632 136,427,626 20,610,896 395,159,971 7,438,220 423,209,087 63,545 1 0.157 $0.4887 to.484
Eastern district total .................... 21,273,042 93,904,287 14,392 4,870,199 120,061,920 20,610,896 340,771,944 5,403,714 366,786,554 63,545 .155 1 .474 .475
New England region ....................... 225,683 34,461,777 679,216 35,366.676 96,894 149,709,018 1,263,939 151,069,851 28,210 .116 .95 .521
Middle Atlantic region .................. 17,751,285 45,651,853 1,392 3,798,184 67,215,714 18,108,566 142,642,824 3,950.586 164,701,976 66,043 .191 .469 .6
Central region ........................... 3296,074 13,790,657- 392,799 17,479,530 2,405,436 48,420,102 189,189 51,014,727 56,829 .153 .448 .432
Southern region .............................. 14,189,273 590,638 14,779,911 54,388,027 718,068 55,1060,95 .149 .557 .524
Western district total .................... 1,585,795 1,585,795 1,316,438 1,316,438 1.032 .857 .840
Northwestern region ............... -
Northwestern region ...................... -
Southwestern region .........................
Rooky Mountain region ........................ -
Pacific region ........................... 1,585,795 1,585,795 1,316,438 1,316,438 1.032 .857 .840
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Conneotiout Co ............................. 23,044,294 590,452 23,634,746 100,049,941 1,227,089 101,277,030 .108 .461 .
Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway Co..... 225,683 11,417,483 88,764 11,731,930 96,894 49,659,077 36,850 49,792,821 28,210 .133 .565 .646
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Buffalo Transit Co., Ino. ................... 3,730,402 119,411 3,849,813 9,864,823 820,632 10,685,455 .156 .434 .409
Co-operative Transit Co. .................... 3,793,127 42,262 3,835,389 13,618,107 42.300 13,660,407 .126 .449 .446
Harmony Short Line Motor Transportation Co. 1,416,306 831,045 14,392 88,291 2,350,034 1,927,249 3,546,640 31,002 5,504,891 84,159 .184 .432 .551
Hill Bus Co. ............................... 1,803,901 159,489 1,963,390 2,923,772 101,775 3,025,547 .343 .528 .515
Hudson Bus Transportation Co., Inc. ........ 811,661 711,156 215,760 1,738,577 1,309,138 2,713,504 119,317 4,141,959 13,757 .247 .588 .586
Manhattan Transit Co. ....................... 1,960,870 924,927 2,885,797 3,153,647 374,432 3,528,079 .423 .517 .503
Ohio Valley Bus Co. .........................- 3,306,669 -- 41,033 3,347,702 14,195,702 52,682 14,248,384 .090 .382 .366
Orange & Black Bus Lines, Inc. .............. 855,723 109,762 965,485 3,836,898 132,330 3,969,228 .263 1.083 1.072
Public Service Interstate Transportation Co.. 15,523,318 25,382,504 1,899,691 42,805,513 14,872,179 74,430,970 2,009,307 91,312,456 80,432 213 .455 .446
Southern Pennsylvania Bus Co. ............... 3,276,456 197,558 3,474,014 14,358,761 266,809 14,625,570 .119 .502 .463
CENTRAL REGION
Chicago & Calumet District Transit Co., Inc.. 5,326,294 48,032 5,374,326 13,861,940 33,247 13,895,187 .181 .469 .445
Northern Indiana Transit, Ino. .............. 360,185 3,581,758 23,715 3,965,658 732,861 15,040,494 9,582 15,782937 45,023 .123 .491 .466
Valley Motor Transit Co. .................... 2,956,850 45,195 3,002,045 11,520,127 100,538 11,620,665 .121 .468 .464
Wesson Co. ................................... 2935,889 1,925,755 275,857 5,137.501 1,672,575 7,997.541 45,822 9,715,938 58,718 .201 .381 .373
SOUTHERN REGION
Alexandria,Baroroft and Washington Transit Co 6,638,072 154,736 6,792,808 20,998,099 299,635 21,297,734 -.163 .510 .477
Cincinnati, Newport & Covington Ry. Co. ....- 4,07,006 67,169 4,114,175 21,752,709 49,700 21,802,409 .117 .622 .588
Washington, Virginia & Maryland Coach Co.,Ina 3,504,195 368,733 3,872,928 11,637,219 368,733 12,005,952 .184 .570 .540
PACIFIC REGION
Tanner Motor Tours, Inc. .................... 1,585,795 1,585,795 1,316,438 1,316,438 1.032 .857 .840

d Deficit or other reverse item.
/ This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportation" service.
/ Based on intercity service, local service, and charter, sightseeing and other special service.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS
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SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA


TABLE 57











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TABLE 57.--SUBKARx OP SELECTED FINANCIAL An OPAWING DATA CARRIE OrF BOTH PERTY PASSENER
BY DISTRICT AND EGION, 1952

All Eastern South.-n Vtr R xG 1 0 w a
It 2trlot distriot t reg2on A0itr0ot rt id- o
_ _land Atlnt__o C0ntral ..ster I 1'utle mountain
Number of oarrlera repreented ....................... 19 7 5 7? 1 2 2 i .
AET88228
Current ..aet. Total ........................... .... 8730,339 t3,202,474 l 1,705,588 3,821.277 2.403.250 8655,457 i14.,767 1.44486 1 5 $
T aropble property:
rlrBpptlg ro s ........................ 22,964,319 10,092,198 M. :9370 ,7727517 8,245,33 L.4I, 6 205.09
e..ere- for de.rOlation 2ortlto n ........ 12,905.211 5,727.125 2,744,075 ,1.3 ,0 9752 5 68 ,
Net Ocrror operating property ................ 10,059.18 4,365,07. 2,355,295 3,338,738 3,490,618 724,768 149,689 1,524,246 11,394
Carrier operating property los.sd to other. ........ - -
Reserve for deprecOlatlOn and aortetition
on oarrler property ........ ..... 392,41 313,871 78.870 272,9 1 9
2,00rve for dprolallon td tltlo ........... 186, 0o 175,808 10,672 153,692 2, 1 6
Total tangible property 1. re. e ........... 10,265,369 4,503,138 2,423,493 3.338,738 3.609,18 724,768 16B,92 1,524,246 116,394 693,946 1i,00 ,

IntogLa i.l.o. nochise, permits and other ....... 2.317,634 1,335,56 326,714 6152393 1,209,96 122,798 2,822 333,116 6,3 4 699 223.
Reserve for amortlzation ..................... 1,072396 613,490 194,625 264.281 610.:90 3,000 222,87) 1 40
Total ntangible property e. reeroe ..... 1,245,238 722,066 132.089 391,083 599,446 119,798 2,822 110,243 6,394 51,291 22ii 1ii
In,.stn t ..e. rltis and .d otal .......... 272,115 95,619 152,965 23,531 9,509 86,110 2,037 16,122 5,372i ii
Deferred deblt Total .............................. 356,377 21,294 2,784 332,299 14,623 2,677 3,994 2- 4,816 1,257 10,480 29 ,46
Special fund. and mi.osllneou.. debits Total ....... 163,883 126,953 36,381 549 126.953 9
Total sts ....................... ........... 21,033,321 8,671,544 ,1.5,00 7,910,477 6,763,199 1.502,700 405.65 3,106,128 260,042 16,637 2l978,6
LIABILITIES
Current llabilites Total ......................... 4,755,750 1,803,825 1.039,88 1,912,042 1,499,151 233,173 71,501 700,572 94,455 49,558 667,437
AIdans.. payable Total ........... ......... ..5..... 3,040,456 1,100,43) 200,000 1,740,023 1,100.433 - 902,923 50,000 279,534 1 507i56
Equ0.m00t and other lon-tem obl-gatlo-s2
qup.t oblgto ........................ 1,469763 777,558 637,202 55,003 777,558 5- 5,00 -
Bond. and other long-term obligaton ............ 539,013 219,500 69,513 250.000 219,500 250,000 +
Total equipment and other long-ter obligatlons. 2,008,776 997,058 706.715 305.003 997.058 - 305,03
Deferred oredits Total ........................... 52,626 39,715 591 12.320 11,51 28.18 9979 191 0
Rserv0s for I0,uranc0 ,Injurie, 100se and0
aa.. an other Tota .... a ........... 36,910 274,769 17.858 72.283 273,324 1,445- 62,129 10,1 4
Capital etook and nonoorpo0ate oaptal:
Capta stok Total .............. ..... ...... 4,871,504 2,446,260 427,000 1.998.244 1,724,650 600,000 121,610 550,000 ,000 685,344 ?59,900
Sole proprietorship oapltal .......................-
Partnershlp oapital .......... ............ -
Total oapltal stook and nono.rporate capital ... 4,871,504 2,446,260 427,000 1,998,244 1,724,650 600,000 121,610 550,000 5,000 68344 7I9,9I00
Unaipproprited iiiiii 0 ii iiii
Unearned surplUs ....o....... .. ...... 986,679 281,001 658,004 47,674 8,500 272011025 749
a.'ned seuplu ................... 4,952.620 1,728.83 1,401,249 1,822,868 1.148,552 659,89 57,52 9778 14,050 10068
Total unapproprlatd urplu ............. ...... 5,939.299 2,009,484 2,059.253 1,870,562 1,157,052 639.898 212,534 575,522 oS. o3 143,0 0 1,04.,587
Total liabilit 111 ...... .....I............. 21,033.321 8,671,544 4,451,.300 7,910,477 6,763,199 1.502.700 405,645 3.106128 260.04 1.565,637 2,978,670
INCOME BTATEMENT
CaOrre Operatin0 Income
Operating revenues:
Property oerlo.e:
Freight rovenu--Common arrer ...... 23,448,994 5,150,778 4,776.336 13,521,880 3,981,922 1,133,483 35,373 7,657556 280,170 2.94470 2,636,68
Frei.gt re.oo.n--Cootraot r ............: 19,299 128,008 91.291 - 91,291 153,556
Frelght revue--looal o e ... 1.469,251 684.280 51805 7.168 46,83 9,224 228,173 ,717 74,501 6 15,96
Interolty Tran.port.tlon for other Cla01 I
Not or & arrinr ........................ -
Other operatlng revenue ... 405,225 164,473 30,134 210.618 164.341 152 5 19,06 2,06^8 15,05 14,4g9
Total property ser e........... .... 25,542,771 5,999,531 4,986,283 14,556.957 4,593.146 1,142,839 26,546 8.115,0329 ,71 260 19 2,804,689

Pa..Saonr rovenue ................ ..... .. .7 ,65501 2.66297 1 01 479,882 78,491 192,528 162 30,699 118,756 1
8pe1 bu enue ...... ....... 09 120 1 187,18 36 884 62,768 8,5 1 17 6 0
..:::1 :'. 15::: :::::::::% ,?: 1 2 310
A11 other operatlng revenue--P 0.0enger servloe ... 925 211,155 7,580 26897 17.855 6862 16 8100 87
Total passenger rla...................... 11.605,597 6,305.265 3.170,816 2,129,516 5,234.621 8,21 217.52 179,9166 91 5 715,75 564,5
Total operating revnue ... .... 7.14 68 12.04796 8.~57099 16,686,73 9.827.767 1,995.960 41,069 ,2952.4 425,877 ,5S95,7 1 4..699,2
Operation antanoad maine acapene
2ulpn0 twnat and ntanle0 .. ........ 355,648 827.818 591435 96 660,062 140,11 27,68041,045 4,5 6 2
Sorap 4 o3 9 10......... 4 27 17 521 77242 174,59 1,50 2 ,823,91 7,82 ,
raff2 30....... . .. 428,06 1049 70,124 251,765 96,310 5, :161202185 9 1 98+2 i.a: 7 1 li

A4.1no1trate. ans g ral .... 1529,649 3 041 5709108 602,500 263,973 59,139 593.29 9 916 6
Total property 00271 .0................. 21,521,362 5,207,116 9,070,231 12,244,015 05,788 7,225,695 8,1 688,115 2,017,574

2ransporta tn ...... .. . ........... .... 2,700,059 51, 6 961 2,131,29 441 8 79,22 6:98 219 7 ,8 166
..atio .... ... ............. 87?, 22,9 38,9 21612 289,5u 28.086 5,09 5,875 15 60 2
Traffto, ."11,10.0100 004 o .teSn......... 295,273 119 118,208 65,566 103240 8567 1,692 1075 1 1 6081
102ano0 a00 Safety 0 ..... 480,7 272,815 14,906 82,756 2 9 128 81,806 -5, 17 5
AdmLnistrati ve enoral add ....sr............. 2 .529 .,89 1 23, 42 6,479 12 690_
Total paooe .ng.r srvio .......93.......... 9,153.$ 5.469,247 2,245,921 1,815.985 4,M528411 771,11 rL 9,825 1- 146, 48 39.10 28585 1, 46,62
Total-Opr.ation and m.aintenance 0an.. 31,052.515 10,676.563 6.916.152 14.060,000 8,586.199 1.673,686 416,478 i770,2473 54,021 2,971,500 33i64,236
S ootnote t t le.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1952

TABLE 57.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OP BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS -Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952


mAll Eastern Southern WesternR E G I 0 N S
Item districts district region district Ne Middle Central North- Mid- South- Rocky Pacific
_ England Atlantic Cwestern Western Western Mountain

INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Carrier operating income Continued
Depreciation expense.............................. $91758 $679,966 $536,416 $701,076 $566,694 $91,488 $21,784 $265,568 $27,490 $127,045 $280,973
Depreciation adjustmxp ents ................ d d 17,53 d 27079 d 3227 d 15615 d 1.919 d 1.080 o 1 298 d 231 61
Amortisation chargeable to operations ...... 1,
Operating taxes and licenses ......................... 586,287 776474 677,92311.131892 576,393 166,05 34,023 518,961 37,436 269,046 306,449
Operating rents--Net (Passenger) ..................... 120,568 31,949 29,298 9321 2,559 7390 60,028
Total expenses ......................... .... ...... 35,628,988 12,147,218 7.532,708 15,949,062 9,738,230 1,929.313 479.675 8.152,985 417,649 3,367.360 4,011,068
Net operating revenue ..................... ..... 1,519.380 157,578 624,391 737.411 89,537 66,647 1,394 142,260 8.224 228,411 358,516
Lease of distlnct operating unit--Debit .............. 748 600 148 148
Lease of distlnot operating unlt--Credlt ............. .9,396 9,160 26 210 9,160 210
Net carrier operating income .................... 1,528,028 166,738 623,817 737,473 98,697 66,647 1,394 142,260 8,224 228,411 358,578
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrier operations--Net ............... 12,445 12 81 69 8,806 40 -
Interest income ...................................... 82,359 76,847 1,061 74,311 2,536 608 309 1
Dividend income ................. ................ 5500 5,500 5,500 -
Other nonoperating income ............................... 886 88- 720 166 -
Total other ordinary ncome................... .... 101,190 90.547 4,082 6,561 83,837 6,710 6108 309 144
Gross ordinary Income ............................. 1.629.218 257,285 627.899 744,034 182,534 66,647 8,104 142,260 14,332 228,720 358,722
Deduetions From Ordinary Income
Interest ............................................. 173,462 88,650 36,994 47,818 88.650 41,577 1,468 4,764 9
Amortization of debt discount and expense ...........
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .............. - 3 -
Other deduotions ........ ..................... 38,021 25,142 7,605 5274 25,142 1,829 3.O 4
Total deduotions from ordinary income ............ 211,483 113,792 44,599 53,092 113,792 43,406 1,68 8,164 54
Net ordinary inoome ............................... 1,417,735 143,493 583,300 690,942 68,742 66,647 8,104 98,854 12,864 220.556 358,668
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary income oredits ......................... 13,680 9,680 2,901 1,099 9.6?3 7 658 441
Extraordinary Income charges ......................... 40,413 20,086 17.169 3.158 20,043 43 3,158 -
Delayed income redits ............................... 9,481 9,481 -
Delayed income oharges ............................... 7.965 7965 -
Total extrprdinary income ........................ d 25.217 d 10.406 12.752 9 d 1370 d 36 2.500 441 -
Net inoome before income taxes .................... 1,392,518 133,087 570,548 688,883 58,372 66,611 8,104 96,354 12,864 220,997 358.668
Income taxes ......................................... 638,307 35,242 272,709 330,356 34,007 1,235 30,293 1 3.731 116,809 186,985
Net income ....................................... 754,211 97,845 297,839 358,527 58,372 32,604 6,869 66,061 16.595 104,188 171,683
Operating ratio o/ ........................(Plerent) 95.91 98.72 92.35 95.58 99.09 96.66 99.71 98.29 98.07 93.65 91.80
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ............................................ 121,818 49,655 8,250 63.913 49,655 55,003 8,910
Withdrawals ..........................................- -
Total divideads and withdrawals ................... 121,818 49,655 8,250 63,913 49,655 55,003 8,910
REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR
Property vehicles:
Traoks--Number of unts ........................... 745 203 180 362 154 16 33 213 23 46 80
--Cost ...................................... $1,782,465 $601,659 $414,787 $766,019 $453,520 $65,046 $83,093 $420,311 $46,962 $89,131 %209,615
Truck tractors--Number of units ................... 879 249 172 458 190 48 11 330 20 39 69
--Cost .............................. 3,800,824 $1,243,908 $680,597 $1,876,319 $981,104 $245,723 $17,081 $1,011,902 $65,532 6346,074 $452,811
Semltrailers--Number of unite ..................... 1,408 410 271 727 306 90 14 530 28 55 114
--Cost ................................ $3,620,686 $924,444 $893,985 $1,802,257 $604,894 $303,382 $16,168 $1,106,179 843,071 $239,587 $413,420
Full trailers--Nuber of unit ..................... 9 1 8 7
--Cot ............................... $21,557 3,051 18,506 $4,877 13,629
Other ESuipment--Coat ............................ 567,746 $13,628 $492,889 $61,229 $10,135 $1,966 $1527 $4,068 $13213 43,948
Passenger vehilses:
Number of vehicles ................................ 611 391 111 109 309 60 22 22 6 8 73
Cost .............................. ...... $9,021,264 $5351.265 81,926,390 81,743.609 $4,512,835 $691,031 $147,399 259,414 $54,871 $80.393 1,348.931
EMPLOYEES AND COMPENSATION 1/
Property service:
Average number .................................... 3,487 978 686 1,823 763 168 47 1,169 43 357 254
Total nompenaton ............................... $13,465,225 $3,791,802 $2,294,344 $77379,079 $3,002,735 $591,200 $197,867 $4,685581 155,222 1,505,279 $1,032,997
Passenger service:
Average number .................................... 1,279 915 290 74 752 130 33 31 3 15 25
Toal copensaton ................................ 4,770,816 $3,427,596 1,101,581 $241,639 $2,861,101 $452,6 $113,855 71,302 13,880 $71,921 884,536

See footnotes at end of table.




STATISTIC OF CLASS I MOOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS THE YER ENDED DE ER

TABLE 57.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF BTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS-Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1952



All Eastern Southern Western REI N
Item distriots district region district New Iddle entral North- i South-
England- we--stern Western ou N o Pacific
OPERATING STATISTICS--PROPERTY SERVICE
Vehicle-miles operated in intercity revenue service
(loaded and empty):
Trucks and tractors:
Ownedvehicles ................................. 32.509.858 7.57.753 6.863.119 18,128,986 5739.081 1,705.37 73,315 11 ,8
Rented without drivers ....................... 5133,089 5,087,6357779 2,1,856
Rented with drivers ...................... ....... ,76,743 22,757 1,270,546 453,440 22,757 355,282 78,508 1650
Driveaway ................ ........ ........ .......... -. -. -- .
Total miles operated--All vehicles in
intercity highway service ............. 39,389,690 7,585,964 8,133,665 23,670,061 5,762,708 1,749,941 73,315 1I,617,309 787,79 ,,72,616 2,9
Miles--Rail and water services ........................ 23,821 20,434 3,387 20, 34 3,387 .
Tone of revenue freight carried in intercity service 3/ 1,698,817 438,892 364,960 894,965 328,575 80,613 29,70 455,250 39,22 173,183 227,30
Ton-miles--Intercity revenue service:
Motor carrier highway service ...................... 206,307,715 24,104,780 49,320,642 132,882,293 18,333,093 5,548,666 223,021 70,339,430 1,964502 3,084,709 23,9,6
Rall and water carrier services .................. 1,842,974 224,810 1,618,164 224,810 43,75 1,574,419 -
Total ton-miles--Intercity revenue freight ./ ... 208,150,689 24,329,590 49,320,642 134,500,457 18,557,903 5,548,666 223,021 70,383.175 3,538,921 37,084,709 23 493,62
Freight revenue from intercity service ............ .... 23,668,293 $5,150,778 $4,904,344 $13,613,171 $3,981,922 61,133,483 $35,373 7,657,556 $280,170 3,038,761 $2,63,4
OPERATING STATISTICS--PASSENGER SERVICE
Bus-miles operated in revenue service (loaded
and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Busses operated-Intercity service
(regular routes) ......... 23,949,813 14,289,036 6,185,705 3,475,072 10,788,234 2,889,677 611,125 560,760 180,452 363,358 2,370,50
-Local service ............... 775,427 735,381 28,600 11,446 680.277 55,104 11,6 -
-Charter, sightseeing and
other special service .... 1,464,746 859,740 279,469 325,537 732,725 104,340 22,675 39,188 25,136 26123
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express and/or newspaper service .......... 528,717 525,683 3,034 3,034
Total bus-miles--Owned vehicles ......... 26,718,703 15,884,157 7,019,457 3,815,089 12,201,236 2,994,017 688,904 599,948 191,898 391,528 2,631,715
Leased vehiclee:
Busses operated Intercity service
(regular routes) ........ 4,936,593 890,505 2,016,382 2,029,706 890,505 361,338 1,668368
Local service .............. -
Charter, sightseeing and
other special service ... 128,208 3,463 124,745 3,463 27,76 96,981
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail.
express, and/or newspaper service ......... 79,075 79,075 79,075
Total bus-miles--Leased vehicles ...... 5,143,876 893,968 2,016,382 2,233,526 893,968 668,177 1,765,39
Purchased transportation:
Busses operated Intercity service
(regular routes) ........ 348,135 122,450 154,422 71,263 109,832 12,618 9,580 2,024 8,406 1,253
Local service .............. 1,5 1,025 -- 1,02525 -
Charter, sightseeing and
other special service ... 19,332 14,337 1,510 3,485 14,337 216 3,269
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggag, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ........ 33,000 1,800 31,200 1,800 31,200
Total bus-milea--Purchasedtransportation 401,492 138,587 155,932 106,973 125,969 12,618 9,796 3,049 39,606 54,522
Grand total, bus-miles operated in
revenue service ..................... 32,264,071 16,916,712 9,191,771 6,155,588 13,221,173 3,006,635 688,904 609,744 194,947 899,311 4,451,586
Passengers, revenue, carried:
Regular route intercity service .................... 16,896,426 13,446,588 2,310,016 1,139,822 9,965,620 3,024,845 456,123 127,660 39,528 87,060 885,574
Local service ...................................... 2,459,418 2,413,964 35,358 10,096 2,323,732 90,232 10,096 -
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ... 463,871 353,459 50,190 60,222 274,765 71,829 6,865 7,509 ,534 48,179
Passenger-miles--Regular route intercity service 4/ ... 416,534,668 200,253,633 128,505,864 87,775,171 158,773,356 34,045,472 7,434,805 6,534,036 972,594 4,956,989 75,311,552
Passenger revenue:
Regular route intercity service .................... $9,644,281 $5,380,194 $2,658,732 $1,605,355 $4,442,020 $783,491 S154,683 $162,887 t20,753 $118,356 ,.303,359
Local service ...................................... 289,696 275,507 4,243 9,946 237,862 37,645 9,96 -
0 120, 1836 884 62,768 8757 17,038 15,617 154,663
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ..... 745,988 438,409 120,261 187,318 366,884 62,768 8,757 17,038 15,617 15,66

/ Deficit or other reverse item.
STotal expenses (including depreciation, amortization, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.
This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers 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 *estimated'.






TABL 58.-ABSTSACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITES INDIVIDUAL CARIERS OF BOTH PROPEBTT AND PASSENGERS HAVING OPERATING BEVNUES OVER $1,000,000, 1952
BY DISTRICT AND BEGION


Number Principal type Miles of Total Op__erating revenues Operating expensese
fof service regular routes 2/ assets (not e Operation and Depreciation.
ca- of e inc int Freight service Passenger srice Total maineance opnses amortition, Total
Bame of carrier riers Prop- Passen- Intangible Common All Special All operating an operat- operating t
repred rtop- Paasenger erty ger property) carrier other Psnger bus other revenues Property Passenger ing taxes expenses
nte rty carriers carriers Intercity revenues revenue revenue revenues and rents

All districts- total.......... 11 $16,722,250 $22,374,635 $1,653,385 $8,129,247 $597.181 $756.097 $33.510.545 $20,282.769 $7,857.443 $3,943,824 $32,084,036 $1,42,.9 $71
astern district total ....... 3 6,345,144 4,815,634 609,920 4,696,380 344,223 141.382 10,607,539 4.669,566 4,493,631 1,194,936 10,358133 249,406 1
w gland region.......... 2 4,962,242 3,682,151 600,564 3.912,889 281,455 134,520 8.611,579 3,766.891 3,722,620 939,309 8,428,820 182,759
idle Atlantic region .. 1 1,382,902 1,133,483 9,356 783.491 62,768 6,862 1,995,960 902,675 771,011 255,627 1,929,313 66,647 32
Central region .............. .- --
Southern region ................ 3 3,422,191 4.397.596 98,205 2,053,083 73,525 334,465 6,956,874 3.756.736 1,738,570 978,081 6,473.38? 482.903 2
Western istrict total ....... 5 6,954915 13,161,405 945.260 1,379,784 179,433 280,250 15,946,132 11,856,467 1,625,242 1,770,807 15,252,516 693,616 319
Northwestern region ......... -
Mid-Western region ............ 2 2.995,885 7.657,556 457,773 162,887 17,038 d 9 8,295,245 7,223.695 146,548 782,742 8,152,985 142,260 66
Southwestern region ......... -
socte Mountain region ....... 2 1514346 2.947,470 332,728 118356 15,617 181,600 3,595,771 2,688,115 283,385 395,860 3,367,360 228,411 10,
wcific n region -. -1 2,444,684 2,556.379 154.759 1,098.541 146,778 98,659 4.055,116 1.944,657 1.195.309 592.205 3.732,171 322945 149,
EW ENGLAND REGION
Boston & Maine Transportation Co ...... A Intercity 1,307 905 1,952,684 629.560 197,959 1,633,220 185,600 63,483 2,709,822 733,218 1,673,287 251,432 2,657,937 51,885 100,
ev England Transportation Co. ......... A Intercity 1,998 1,181 3,009.558 3,052,591 402,605 2,279,669 95,855 71,037 5.901,757 3.033.673 2,049,333 687,877 5,770,883 130,874 35,
MIDDLI ATLANTIC REGION
eading Transportation Co. ............. A Intercity 831 427 1,382,902 1,133.483 9.356 783.491 62,768 6,862 1,995,960 902,675 771,011 255,627 1,929,313 66,647 32,
SOOUZHDN EGION

Cult Traensport Co. ......................A Intercity 2,839 1,029 1,355,919 590,093 57,418 719,917 35,492 210,993 1,613.,913 483,716 668,411 325,971 1,478,098 135,831 65,
Temiaui Trail Tonrs, Inc............... A Intercity 1,311 1,071 1,750,031 2,527,772 72 1,328,923 38,033 123,409 4,018,209 2,149,954 1,067,001 498,458 3,715,413 302,796 145,
Wilson Tracking Corp. ................... Local 1,206 316,241 1,279731 40,715 4,243 63 1,324,752 1,123,066 3,158 153,652 1,79,876 44,276 19
MID-WISTIRN BREION

risco Transportation Co. .............. A Intercity 3,466 160 1,208,365 2,995,955 118,575 74,953 17,038 19 3,206,5n02 2,796,611 71,201 265,108 3,132,920 73.,82 46,
ook Island Motor Transit Co. .......... A Intercity 5,440 98 1,787,520 4.661,601 339,198 87,934 10 5,088,743 4,427,084 75,347 517,634 5,020,065 68,678 19
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIOH

Northen ific Transport Co. ......... A Intercity 1,429 1,269 765,382 1,625,502 237,634 8,224 13,140 169,192 2,128,692 1,677,437 24,391 18,572 2,106,400 22,292 1,
Salt Creek Peights s.................. A Intercity 752 157 748,964 1,321,968 95,094 35,132 2,477 12,408 1,467,079 1,010,678 38,994 211,288 1,260,960 206,119 88,
PACIFIC BEGIO0
Santa f Transportation Co. ........... A Interoity 1,555 1,245 2,444.684 2,556.379 154.759 1,098,541 146,778 98,659 4,055,116 1.944,657 1,195,309 592,205 3,732,171 322,945 19,


Se footnotes at end of table.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MT

TABLE 58.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF B30T PRORTY AID PASSGERS EAVING OPERATING REVEUES OVER 1,00,000 1952 -
NB DISTRICT AID REGION


Nmployees "/ Bumber of Intercity vehicle-miles operated (loaded and emty) Number o revenue
ehicles owned at Pro Paase aer r me
Average number Total compensation close of ear Vehicles rented Miles oper- Owned and urchasd Toniles- reular
at-rent Teased efight t Intecit
Name of carrier i aTrucks Owned Iotal- t d carried Intredty I L
and OwnedIntercityhlo sv Local
Freight Passenger Freight Passenger Tac Bss veh iles Without With hibhwl and T (hl in r t A t l
service service service service track- drivers drivers serv ic.e services route) e ervie route
tractors servies routs oue) rout) s .

All districts total .................. 3,275 1.035 $12,680,198 $3,946,217 1,451 461 29,902,840 5.133,089 1,666,665 36,702,594 23,821 23,350,314 120.883 1,556.704 195.327.655 14,59322 1 93
Eastern district total ............... 869 764 3.385.093 2,913.037 360 297 6,747,068 45,454 21,637 6,814,159 20.434 12.519,314 50,213 389,629 23,144,999 12,201,684 1,1 5
New England region .................. 701 634 2,793,893 2,460,397 296 237 5.041.711 870 21,637 5,064,218 20,434 9,629.637 37,595 309,016 17,596,333 9,176,839 1.143585 3
Middle Atlantic region .............. 168 130 591,200 452,640 64 60 1,705,357 44,584 1,749,941 2,889,677 12.618 80,613 5.548,666 3,024,85 -
Central region ..... ...................... -
Southern region ........................ 638 225 2,106,612 885,461 323 72 5,861,497 1,270,096 7,131,593 6,083,715 1.431 318,384 4693,470 1547,703 35358
Western district ....................... 1,768 46 7,188,493 147,719 768 92 17,294,275 5,087,635 374,932 22,756.842 3.387 4.747.285 69,239 848,691 130,489,186 843.839 77.9
Northwestern region ................ ~
Mid-Western region .................. 1,169 31 4,685.581 71,302 543 22 11,894.248 2,367,779 355,282 14.617,309 3.387 560.760 9,580 455,250 70.383,175 127 ,660
Southwestern region ..................- -
Rocky Mountain region ............... 357 15 1.505.279 71,921 85 8 2,633.110 2,719,856 19,650 5,372616 724,696 8,406 173,183 37,084,709 87,060
Pacific region ...................... 242 997,633 4,496 140 62 2,766.917 2,766,917 3.461,829 51,253 220,258 23,021,302 629,119 6,4
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston & Maine Transportation Co. ...... 128 285 514,798 1,005,238 56 98 857,793 21,462 879,255 4,048,778 11,511 65,507 4.338,981 4.329.993 1,143.58, 5 55030,216
New England Transportation Co........... 573 349 2,279,095 1,455,159 240 139 4,183,918 870 175 4,184,963 20,434 5,580,859 26,084 243,509 13.257,352 4,846,846 79,706,592
IDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Reading Transportation Co. ............. 168 130 591,200 452,640 64 60 1,705357 44,584 1,749,941 2,889,677 12,618 80,613 5,548,666 3,024,845 34,04,472
SOUTHERN RETGON
lf Transport Co. ..................... 78 89 305,991 371,109 59 34 1,750,135 21,955 1,772,090 2,395.551 1.431 107,263 6,611,409 860,992 33,301.848
Taiam Trail Tours. nc. ............. 339 135 1,116,264 512,372 168 38 2,337,184 1,245,801 3,582,985 3,688164 127,219 23,688,178 686,711 63,584,832
Wilson Traucking Corp. ................. 221 1 684,357 1,980 96 1,774,178 2.340 1,776,518 83,902 11393.883 3535
MID-WESTERN REGION
Prisco Transportation Co ............... 454 24 1,590,909 38,465 176 18 2,839,002 2,366,799 355,282 5,561,083 286,762 5,070 245,719 35,683,962 78,988 4,029,896
Rock Island Motor Transit Co. .......... 715 7 3,094,672 32,837 367 4 9,055,246 980 9,056,226 3.387 273,998 4,510 209,531 34,699,213 48,672 2,504,140
BOCKT MOUNTAIN REGION
Northern Pacific Transport Co .......... 225 13 903,230 62,197 24 6 885,888 2,388,489 19,650 3,294,027 493,890 8,406 97,063 16,897,301 76,623 3,845,385
salt Creek Freightwe ................. 132 2 602,09 9,724 61 2 1,747,222 331,367 2,078589 230,806 76,120 20,187,.08 10,417 1,11604
PACIFIC REGION
Santa te Transportation Co .............. 242 2/ 997.633 4,496 140 62 2,766,9177 2,766,917 3,461,829 51,253 220,258 23,021,302 629,119 66,472,052
d Deficit or other reverse item.
"A" Regular route Scheduled service; "B" Regular route Nonscheduled service.
The miles shown may contain duplications on account of dual operations,
This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportation" service.
No Drivlaway-miles reported.
SIncludes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
SData not reported. Ceased bus operation March 1, 1952.
SLees than .5 employee.
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