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

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,

1953



COMPILED FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY AND MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS,
FILED WITH THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION STATEMENT NO. 5515









WASHINGTONg D. C.
July 1955



















THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION



HUGH W. CROSS, Chairman
J. HADEN ALLDREDGE J. MONROE JOHNSON RICHARD F. MITCHELL
KELSO ELLIOTT
ANTHONY F. ARPAIA
OWEN CLARKE
HOWARD G. FREAS
KENNETH H. TUGGLE
JOHN H. WINCHELL
EVERETT HUTCHINSON
HAROLD D. MCCOY, Secretary
















For sole by the Superintendent of Documents, U, S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D), C, Price $1.00




INTERSTATE OOOE-JLO5 COMMISSION
pureau of Transport Eonomics and Statieties


STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1953



CONTENTS


s nves men_ n


of selected selected carrier operating Operating taxes
financial and balance sheet property, lees Income Operating and licenses Operation
Group depreciation statement revenue ad provision and
oeaigiesand for nmntenanoe
data amorti nation Income tes enee
Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page

!a ANESOF PROPERTY

Engaged in interclty service ................ .. 1 4 --
Common carriers of general freight:

Operating with owned equipment principally 2 6 3 11 4 12 3 13 6 14 7 14 8 15
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 reporting revenue ton-mlles........... ..
Engaged in local service ....................... 33 51
OARRIERi OF PASSENGERS
Engaged in intercity service ................... 35 57 36 58 37 59 38 60 39 60 40 61
Engaged in local or suburban service ............ 45 66 46 67 47 68 48 69 49 69 50 70
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS
Engaged in intercity and/or local service ...... 57 81






Employes--Average Abstract of
number, hours or Operating selected items of
Purchased Depreciation Revenue equipment days paid for, Operating statistics individual oarGroup transportation -Owned total and average statistics --Supplement rier having operacompensation ting revenues
_________ _________ ________ _________ __9_____ J2.O0 .00
Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Page Table Pago 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 14 19 14-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 45
Contract carriers ........;........ ,........ ...- - 32 47
Carriers reporting revenue ton-miles 29 39

Engaged in local service ............................ - 34 3
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
Engaged In interoity service ...........................- 41 62 42 63 43 64 44 65 55 75

Engaged in local or suburban service ........... 51 71 52 72 53 73 54 74 6 77
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS

Engaged in intercity and/or local service -58






2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS, 1953



INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


The nterstate Comaeree Commission under authority of Section 220 of the prinoipaily; and 665 were carriers operating With owned and leased equipment or pur- and B--Contrast carriers. Of the 2,027 Intercity carriers or property, 1,8s9 rsportInterstate Comaeroe Act requires Class I coaco and contract motor carriers to file abased transportation. Of the 267 contract carriers summarlzed in Table 28, 122 were ed ton-alcee. The revenues, expenses, number of vehicles, vhtiole-mlles, and tons
quarterly and annual reports. The Class II sad Class III carriers also were required carriers operating with owned equipment exclusively or principally and 145 were oar- carried are given for theee carriers to permit of useful comparisons.
to file annual reports beginning with 1948. rieve operating with owned and leased equipment or purchased transportation.
SIXTEENTH SUMMARY LOCAL SERVICE PROPERTy AND PASSENGER SERVICE PsSENGR OLRREN INTEROITY AND LOCAL TRJlFIC
This summary of statistics compiled from the annual reports filed by Class Carriers of property which derive 25 percent or more of their total *per- the fact that data as called, pretirclariy in the case of carilers of eo engera, to
sotor carriers for the year 1953, is the eiteenth of a series which began for the eating revenues from local. service are Classified as local carriers. Data pertaining bids for carrier classified as engaged in local service ad that a l extent.
year 1938. It is gnller to the sunsary for the preceding year 1952, in that data to the local carriers are summarized in Table 33. This table shove there were 421 da to lc raffics ad operatin lal fo nd n t t .alsfor ertnts
dta in o oal traffic and operations are also round in the tables for Intercity
covering the ease itese are given In the several tables In both publications, carriers of property classified as engaged In local service, carriers.
CLASSIFICATION OF CARRIERS Passenger carriers reporting both Intercity and local and suburban traffic THE GREYHOUND CORPORATION
whose average fare Is 20 cents or less are classified herein as local carriers. For
Class I carrier is one having g s operating revenue. (including inter- thi purpose, the revenue and number of passengers applicable to charter, sightseeing The Greyhound Corporation, a holding and management compap which Owned the
state and intrastate) of 0200,000 or over annually, from motor carrier operations; or special service are not used In computing the average fare per passenger. Car- controlling interest In the stock of 14 reporting carriers, so conducted motor carCla. I, carrier. ar those having gr.. rating revenues (Inolding Interstate and ri es engaged exclusively in charter, sightseeing or special service a classifld rer o 'rtions d the naes of Central G hound 14000 and Great Latts Greyhound
intrastate) of $50 0 or over, but under 8200,000 annually, from motor carrier oper- ae local, regardless of the average revenue per passenger. Of the 224 carriers of s ( t n Dixie Greyhound Lines, Florida 'eyaound Lines, southeastern
atos an Cls 11 "lr ,r 09 wingun suchs revnus ohlsenha $5o00 stions; and Clase iii carriers are th hatha $0000 passengers, 161 were classified as engaged In interclty service and are detailed in Greyhound Lines, and Toohe Greyhound Lines (Southern region), end as Northwest Greyannually. Generally, the average revenue In the latest three calendar years deter- Tables 35 to 44; and 63 carriers were classified as engaged in local and suburban hound Lines (Pacific region). The data here shown are based on amounting and etaaloes the alas in which a carrier falls. Prior to 1950, a Class I motor carrier was service and are detailed in Tables 45 to 54. tistical records maintained by these operating units.
one having gross operating revenues of *100,000 or over annually; a Class II carrier
was one having annual gross operating revenues of $25,000 or over, but under $10O,00; CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS RUNNER OF REPORTS RECEIVED AND SUMMARIZED
and a Class IIC carrier Was one having such revenues of lese than $25,000.
A summary of selected data from the annual reports of carriers of both The number of carriers' reports received and summarized for 1953 and 1932
EXAKINATION OF REPORTS property and passengers is given in Table 57. The revenues of the 18 carriers in are shown in the following table:
thie g roup Were derived preponderantly from interolty operatiOne.
The carrierst reports were examined in the Bureau of Accounts, Cost Finding
and Valuation and the corrected reports form the basis of the present tabulation. INCOME TAXES AND NET INCOME
INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE OPERATIONS The amounts shown as $Provision for income taxes' in Teblee 1, 2, 5, 7 and Classification Property Passenger Propiertyand

other similar tables are understated and 'Ret Inoome shown In various tables Is of carrier 1 2 boom 12 3 9
The revenues and other data reported by the carriers relate to their entire overstated In that such taxee are reported by corporations only. Income taxes of 193 192 1953 1932 1953 1952
operations including Intrastate operations, if any. In sme cases, the revenues eele proprietorships and partnerships are based on factors, such as the amount of
from the latter operations considerably exceed those derived from transportation In personal exemptions and the receipt of other inace, that are not pertinent to motor Intercity Service
interstate commerce, carrier operations.
CLASS I AND CLASS III CARRIERS ABSTRACTS OF SELECTED ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIER Common carriers of general freight;
A .....................................53 511
b t fB ... ........o.. ...... .......o...o... . .. 9
Aording to Nu~reaJ estimate, carrier. of property in the Class I group in In addition to the summary tables, abstracts are given of selected iteas of Total ............................... I'1m 1. -1933 received about C9 percent of the total revenues of nteroy and local carriers information for 413 individual carriers having operating revenues over $2,500,000. Carriers reporting ton-miles ........ 1,0 1.033
of property of Classes I, I, and III, and Class I .... of passeng accounted There were 375 such carriers of property, 32 carriers of passengers, and 6 carriers Individual 12,500,000 carrier ...... 26368
for about 86 percent of the revenues of all three classes of motor carriers of pas- of both property and passengers In this grouping. In prior summaries in this series
sengers. The revenues of carriers of both property and Passengers were Included In these abstracts were confined to carriers having operating revenues over #1,000,000. Cornon carriers of commodities other
deriving these percentages. Data for these carriers given in Tables 3? and 58 should than geera freight.
be considered in obtaining complete data on various subjects for either or both prop- CARRIERS EXCLUDED FROM SUMMARY COMPILATIONS thn general freight:
erty and paesenger carriers. A....................................195 18? ..
In order that all tables (excepting tables pertaining to employees) relat- Total.............................60
RE R k T II0n R8l g to a group o t ca rriers w ould cver the sa e numb er of ca rr iers It h as b een n o- C arrier ... .. or n to i s.. .*' ...... 56 "01
ing o agrop o caries wuldcovr te sne umbr o caries, t hs ben ec-Carriers reporting ton-miles ...........563 501 -
seary to omit 79 carriers of property with total operating revenues of $52,148,521, Individual $2,500,000 carriers .... 82 192
As may be seen from the table of contents and the table at the end of this and 1 Lessor that did not report Its income. Of the 79 carriers omitted, 53 were inintroductory statement, the Class I carriers have been segregated for the purpose of tercity carriers with total operating revenues of $39,701,640 and 26 were local car- Total common carriers.............1,760 1,626
copllation into three groups; Carriers of property, carriers of passengers, and riere w t o i r n f ,6881 ertcarieswre1eflOarles f ot popey ndpaseges.The firt rw o~ a be u~lio iers with total operating revenues of $12 446,882. These carriers were classified .......
care or both property and passengers. Th afrt two groups hae" been subdivided as follows: Contract carriers:
to show returns aseparately for carriers engaged In intercity service and for those
engaged In lcal servie. A. .................................. 1 22 115
A.....................................2 1
Local, or local and suburban service means transportation performed within 26-2l --- W. ----- -..22
a city or town including the suburban area contiguous thereto. Intercity service Class of service Number of Total operating Carrlers reporting ton-.ll . ........ 2 .8..1
means transportation performed beyond the limits defined for local, or local and sub- e .5
urban service. General freight ....... 64,211,966 ntercty carriers.
Wearing apparel 12 5,998,064 nect ares
property Total ...............................2,02? 1,868 161 160
The carriers of property engaged in interoity service have been segregated Fle carriers 12....... 1 599,336 Ca ton.. l.as 1 2 1 1 1
into seamen carrisr8 of general freight, cOmon carriers of oedities other than Oilfleld carriers ..... 38 27,46 5,078 passenger-males 161 160
general freight, and contract carrers. The common carriers of general freight have Household goods ....... 2 1,418,317 Individual $2,500,000 carriers 360 719 25 66
been further segregated Into (1) carriers operating owned equipment exclusively or Other ................ IS 1- 755,762
principally; and (2) those o*riero that operated with owned and leased equipment or Local.Service
purchased transportation which reported Equipment rents and Other purchased tracspor- Total .................../ 79 52,148,521 L
station expenses In intercity service amounting to 5 percent or sore of their total
*Operatlon and maintenance expenee.9 Prior to 1952 this segregation Included those Loal arriers: Carriers which reported equipmentt rents Debit' amunting to 10 percent or more, or Interoit ............. 39,701,64 I6
Purhased transportation expense*$ amounting to 5 percent or acre of their total 1ocal..................12,446,881 To tl. .. ....... 2 8 63 65
'operation and maintenace sxpensss.0 Cf the 1,100 common carriers of general freight Total ............. / 79 52,148,521 A Sr
engaged in interoity service summarlned In Table 2, 536 were common carriers of gen- -s..ervi
eral freight operating with owned equipment exclusively or principally and detailed
in Table 3 to 14, Inclusive; and 564 were common oarriera of general freight operat- I/ Excludes 1 Lessor company. T ca....rris 1:
lng with owned "d leased equipment or porhased transportation andTot 1 ............................de 2tail 2,2iId u 224 28 16 19
T able. 1 to 26, inoluelvs. Tables 13 and 25 relating to employees, service hours ndividu_______00_000_carriers_..... - - .
(or days), an pOmenaatIon show & loeser number of carriers owing to the exclusion Included In the 18 carriers of other commodities were carriers performing armored
of carrie which reported Incomplete data. Tables 14A and EdA also cover a loser truck service, retail stores deliveries, dump trucking, et. The 79 carrier. omitted Grand Total 1951
number of carrier. for the reason that -Supplemental Statistics' are required from either were not required to or did not report the weight of oomodities transported,
only common arrlers. Which have average annual gross revenues of 0500,000 or more or the reports were Incoplete or otherwise not usable In some respect.o fc e.o. ,7
based=mm the latest three a ler Year, an which derive an average of 75 percent or INuer o carri ..........6000 carrier. 1 27 1,
sore of thair reveouse fros the intercity transportationn of general omsodities. CARRIERS REPORTING TON-MILES Individual 02.300,000 1e ...

t.. wThe common carriers of ommoditis .%her thm general freight, and the oonTh e not eresga eds were the eason ariThe carriers of property engaged In Intercity service which reported ton- A. Carriers operating with owned equipment principally.
toeer, of ne Wee n no rie rs of g oe r ities other than nrriers of general freight. miles of freight carried are sumarized In Table 29. This table appears In two parts. B. Carriers operating with owned and leased equipment Or purchased transportation.
rie nTbe2,15wr aresA-Common carriers, divided to show the carriers of general freight, the =cror of /Toue 0crir fp~et nd1eriro nsnoei 9.ad6
re in Table 27, 15 were oa a Operating with owned equipment exolusively or commodities other than general freight, and totals for all of the common carriers; I iers of property in 1952, whose reports were omitted from suorI tabulations,



Z. N. JELMUN,
Director





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4 BTATISTTIC OF CLASS I MOTOR BARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 1.--SUMMIARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERSB OP PROPERTY ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE I/ BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N B
Item distriots district region dietriot New Middle North- Mid- South-- Rootky
England Atlantic Central western Westera westen ounta Pacifo

Number of ar&iers represented ...................... 2,027 1,168 251 608 172 471 525 88 133 139 59 189
ASSET BIDE
Current assets Total ............................ $474,983,841 $259,892,097 $55,732,055 $159,359,689 $23,918,483 $86.877,220 $149,096,394 15,654.561 $34,165,914 $39,959,315 $22,064,458 $47,515,441
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ...................... 1.190,60,346 620,965,017 164 143,118 404,52,211 714657,341 t32,579,161 313,728,515 49,198,898 67,552,02 92,240,460 50,495,921 146,054,530
Reserve for depreolation An amortization .......ON56801,511 297867,39 4 71,360,040 198,820,077 39,019,369 113,127.061 142.720.964 25,359,116 34,566,406 41,O69,677 23,336,715 74,488,163
Net carrier operating property ................ 622,602,835 326,097,623 89,783,078 206,722,134 35,637,972 119,452,100 171,007.551 23,839,782 32,985,996 51,170,783 27,159,206 71,566,367
Carrier operating property leased to others ..... 10,906 51,l9 52,87 42,87 8,422
Reserve for depreoiation and amortization 6...... ,992 14,-19 52,173 9.262 ,5onarrler pope .......................... 20,500,99 9,191,597 2,088,774 9,220,128 1,840,910 3,175,965 4,17 ,722 639,927 1,743,174 2,395,704 969,676 3,716
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ....... 6,286,529 2,512,379 976,230 2,797,920 649,827 1,062,012 800,540 329,856 29,1431 741,581 210,998 1,266,0
Total tangible property less reserve ......... .636,853,719 332,813,341 90,895,622 213,144,756 36,829,055 121,599,688 174,384,598 24.14 9,853 34,479,739 52,824,906 27,917,884 73,772,374
Intangible property lees reserve for amortization 21,021,389 8,219,440 2,851,889 9,950.060 1,222,921 3,334.006 3,662,513 1,302,637 1,532,015 2,723,739 1,445,305 2,946,364
Investment securities and advances Total ......... 62,098,633 25.199,518 5.5149,806 31,349,309 1,736,677 7.486,1456 15,976.385 2,019,126 11,748,034 4.572,355 2,844,837 o10,164.957
Special funds, deterred debits, and aisoellaneous
debit items Total .............................. 11,947,007 5,754,034 1,665.997 14,526,976 326,014 1,838,915 3,589,105 4114,721 761,880 1.093,519 783,842 1,473,014
Total assets ............................... 1.206,904,589 631,878,430 156,695,369 418,330,790 64,033,150 221,136,285 346,708,995 43,540,898 82,687,582 101,173,834 55.056,326 135.872.150
LIABILITY BIDE
Current liabilities Total ........................ 351,721,263 194,5 40,34$5 142,203,233 114,977,685 21,515,303 63,456,571 109,568,471 13,567.120 25,116,007 27,722,597 14,973,971 33,597.990
Advanoe payable Total ........................... 29276,434 15,660,89 1,96,658 11,718,927 2,90,3 989363 8,081,03 162192 1,505,86 6:11,083 638,505 1,901,661
Equipment and other longealigations Total .. 259,08,866 128,350,4 3,160,372 87,578,050 4,74 ,072 5.109.189 59,767,183 9,395,450 12,949,254 18,232,33 10,739,729 36.26127
Deferred credits and reserves Total .............. 25.583,.412 13,052,089 4,073,952 8,457,371 968,163 3,248,862 8,835,064 1,325,649 1,714,334 1,72 .038 1,235.614 2.456,736
Capital took and nonoorporate capital Total ..... 192,954,791 98,985,808 20,536,537 73,432,446 11,430.681 38,505,561 149,049,566 7,699,162 12,006,127 17,884.961 8,287,667 27,$ 554.529
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ................................ 12,421,739 6,835,551 1,275,544 4,310.644 550,859 3,327,483 2,957,209 443,041 362,466 1,119,537 256,973 2,128,627
Earned surplus .................................. 335,858,084 174, 4153,344 43,549,073 117,855,667 12,503,629 3,499,256 108,450,459 9,948,284 29,033,908 27,978,275 18,923,867 31,971.333
Total unappropriated surplus ................. 348,279,823 181,288.895 44,824,617 122,166,311 13,054,488 56,826,739 111,407,668 10,391.325 29,396,374 29,097,812 19,180,840 34,099,960
Total liabilities ......................... 1,206,904,589 631,878,130 156,695,369 418,330,790 64,o33,150 221,136,285 346,708,995 143,540,898 82,687,582 101,173,834 55,056,326 135,872,150
INCOME STATENT
CarPrier Operation Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revnue--Int e oity-Oolmon aier ..... ,176 412862 1.791,308,546 12,845,12 972,259,164 147,598,5 561,023,348 1,082,686,703 122,132,129 215,799,979 226.197,11 128,312,093 279,817,546
Freight revenue--Interolty -Controt carrier .. 229,642,43 160,61,652 14,043,041 55.137,738 7.138,106 46,721,418 106.602,128 9,267,05 18,319,218 12,929,436 759,.846 13,861,693
Freight roevenue-Loal ocrtae .............. 3558,672 19,220.527 1,393,521 14.844,624 2,299,745 7,705,600 9,215,182 785,422 1,614,482 663,319 1,393,631 6,387,770
Intercity transportation for other Class I sOb0r
carrier ..................................... 31,178,591 19,138,0914 2,310,.67 9,7 30,030 973,19 6 3147,797 11,816,978 337,736 2,593,332 2,403,785 1,047,808 39347,369
Other operating revenue ......................... 20,634,122 9,507,0141 1,515,50 4O 9,611,577 604,341 2,655,187 6,247,513 320, 3 2,778,735 3,364,200 1,197,745 1,950, 43
Total operating revenues ..................... 3, 493,326,678 1,999,635,860 432,107,685 1,061,583,133 158,614,006 624,453,350 1,216,568,504 132,843,295 241,105,746 249,558,157 132,711,123 305,364,812
Operation and maintenance expenowat
Equipment maintenance ........................... 381,673,191 188,729,841 149,952,91 1142,990.1437 19,372,88 67,912,807 101,444,149 16,300,063 26,141,003 34,265,973 19,221,048 47,o62,350
Transportation .................................. 1,739,017,909 1,064,329,191 195,396,194 479,292,524 72,0 76 ,665 675,00,450 59,684,158 124,711,174 108,66,029 57.65,199 2887,964
Terminal ....................................... .415,215,747 224,120,159 56614 8.271 134 .7,317 19,1 7,78 65118,001 139,85,373 20,731,786 29,46,959 31,863,111 16,37,603 36,67,858
Taiff **...*...*. ....................... 93,421,264 53,1497,820 13,302,717 26 620,727 14,813,058 16,060,597 32,62 ,165 3,864,235 6,095 140 6,532,765 3,162,200 6,965,587
Insurance and safety ......................... 181,17,40 106,411,343 24,72,887 50,373,210 9,639,959 35,278,794 61,492,590 6,324,340 10,979,449 13,921,707 5,1424,889 13,722,825
MAministration and general ...................... 2147,3149,191 1142,398.566 31,553,605 73,397,020 14,833,806 48,092,697 79,472,063 10,398,734 15,620,308 17,820,951 7,874,753 21,682,274
Total operation and maintenance expenses ..... 3,057834a4,742 1,779,1486,920 371,226,587 907,121,235 139,905,569 549,293,561 1,090,287,790 117,303,316 212,994,833 213,068,536 109,665,692 254,088,858 Depreciation expense ............................... 140,458,743 71,249,748 21,791,470 147,417,525 7 ,99764 26,280,084 36,972,020 5,396,103 7*899,958 12,125,h35 6,117,493 15,878,536
Depreoation edjustment .............................L2.612.z23 L... S.kOl2 4 A 2.,9 4 .7.Z L d 1.779.098 a. 7.61&.223 4_ 22?3o '907"5070,
Amortiztion chargeable to operations .............. d 195,915 81,281 1 5,6 2 99,008 3061 5 50, 36 68I7 2,110 & 1 8 89178 6323 2
Operating taxes and licenses ....................... 169,425,208 83,775,800 22,830,920 62,818,88 8,524,015 28,719,02 46,532,283 6,716,115 9,957,242 114,357,4561 8,278,313 23,509,257
Total expenses ............................... 3,360,302.385 1,930,918,349 414,633,749 1,014,750,287 155,951.495 602,903,223 1,172,063,631 129,040,924 230,601,045 238,819,142 123,847,186 292,441,990
Net operating revenue ........................ 133,024,293 68,717,511 17,473,936 146,832,846 2,662,511 21,550,127 44,504,873 3,802,371 10,504,701 10,739,015 8,863,937 12.922,822
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit ............ 867,126 514,916 21,671 327,539 4,797 266,177 2143,942 46,601 50,181 119,982 46,212 614,563
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ........... 305,581 61,257 69,969 174,355 10,697 27,030 23,530 10,865 12,818 10,55h 536 139,582
Net carrier operating Inoomse ................. 132,162,718 68,263,852 17.519,234 46,679,662 2,668,.11 21,310.980 414,284,461 3?,766,635 10,467,338 10,629.587 8.818,261 12.997,841
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrier operatione-Net ............. 1.945,915 918.652 298,237 729,026 186,411 193,411 238,830 119,155 84,188 d 44 6 217.326 352,726
Interest inome .............*...***..**........... ...... 1,405,098 536,310 1 7,421 721,367 25,271 99,676 411,363 28,24 222,155 182, 74,545 213,26
Dividend income ..............................****...*..... 1,585,698 954,56 123,931 507,311 2,087 12,80 939,56 4,74 151,60 21,33 3,919 12,665
Other nonoperatlog income .**......**................... 870,913 392,252 32,268 416,393 22,272 234,176 135,80 160,951 3,642 135,324 5,066 141,430
Total other ordinary income ****..................*** 5,07,624 2,801,670 601,857 2,40o4,097 236,041 840,067 1,725.562 313,097 461,625 488,292 300,836 840,247
Grosse ordinary Inoome ..............**.......... 138,270,372 71,065,522 18,121,091 49,083,759 2,904.452 22,151,047 146,010,023 4,079,732 10,928,963 11,117,879 9,119.097 13,838,088





STATISTICS OP CLASS I MOTOR ARiLERB OF PROPERTY FOR THE TEAR ENDED POMR 31, 1953 5

TABLE 1. -SUoARyX OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA-OARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE / Continued
S Y DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern T we--~r- RRG IONS
t.ion district Enrland Atlant Central western .estern western Montain Pacitic
__________oa.i


INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deduotions Fro Ordinary Inoome
Interest ........................................... .1 8 42 ,27,23 2,61,042 $5,344.123 *871,282 $2,945,507 $3,460.466 $67,861 8Z2,916 11,096.893 $632,78 $2.15 d441
Amortization of debt discount and expense 38,598 68,535 14,84 53,209 2,097 32,169 34,269 5,773 922 32,9,
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ....0 520
Other deduction ..................... ..... 6649,677 3,681,157 806.504 2,162,016 258.147 1,098,703 2,324.307 259,376 499,954 863,991 166,180 372,515
Total deductions from ordinary income ....... 21,970,175 11,026,947 3,382,400 7.560,828 1,131,526 4,076,379 53,819,042 941,010 1,323.792 1,993,795 807,121 2,495,110
Net ordinary Inoose ........................ 116,300,197 60.038,575 14.738,691 41,522,931 1,772,926 18,074,668 40,190,981 3.138,722 9,605,171 9,124,094 8,311,976 11,342,978
Extraordinary Income
Extraordinary Income credits .................... .. .1 1 1,694.958 318,671 1,738,212 102 700 619 210 973,048 88.2 22 817 281,427 283,842 835294
Extraordinary n charges ................ 142 636 1,33 903 191 268375 342,068 3 9 o801 177ill 06.072 927?,39
Delayed incoe credits ...................... 2 6122,938 ?65.6 150 5? 1. 191 3 7 49 458 285,0391
Extraordinary~~50 963 5hre..............,1, 82 75293 74,1919 1,Z3 38.301 17411 107
Delayed Income obarges ........................ .... ,431,2 620,998 3,237 387 112675 165.128 3 3,195 70,~ 0O 60 ,523 34,063 49,073 172,955
Total extraordinary income .................. 2,770,917 1,142,261 109,394 1,519,262 d 18.691 338,378 842,424 174,186 462,872 564,781 41,736 & 911
Not income before income taxes .............. 119,071,114 61,180,836 14,848,085 43,042,193 1,734,385 18,413,046 41,033,405 3,312,908 10,068,043 9688,865 725,712 11,246,66
Inose taxes 3/ ................................ 58,877,658 32,014,955 6,812,137 20,050,566 1,361,190 8.536,731 22,117,034 1,546,020 5,082,775 4,161,266 4,292,233 4,968,252
Net income .................................. 60,193,456 29,165,881 8,035.948 22,991,627 373,195 9,876,315 18,916,371 1,766,888 4,985,268 5,527.599 4,433,459 6, 278,41
Operating ratio / ......................(percent) 96.19 96.56 95.96 95.59 98.32 96.55 96.34 97.14 95.64 95.70 93.32 953.77
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................ $1,894,446 8 152,343 $990,529 $5,751.574 $266,374 $1,585,825 $6,300,144 11?9,790 $389 002 *1,407.901 $945,548 2,829,333
Withdrawals ....................................... 10,417,196 4,502,199 1,190,711 4,724,286 305,369 2,301,707 1.095,123 227,300 1.188,643 1,372,073 354 694 1,51,576
Total dividends and withdrawal ............. 25,311,642 12,6534,542 2,181,240 10,475,860 571,743 3,887,532 8,195,267 407,090 1,577,6435 2,779,974 1,300,242 4,410,909
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned:
Truoks Number or units .............. 4,270 14,445 4,844 14,981 2,697 6,048 5,700 1,512 2 184 ,886 1,651 5,748
Cost ....................... $97,40826 $35,603. 242 10,427,273 $51,374.311 $6,807,536 $16,603,492 $12,192214 $2 573,44 $3,623 728 $9,871 $6,155,203 $29,146,872
12.737 J486 05110 9:87388 $9, "4
Truok tractors Number of units .............. 80328 45,813 11,057 23 ,458 5,195 16,797 23,821 3,680 5,101 6,863 2,149 5,665
Cost .......................... $352,236.572 $184,235,809 $50,622,368 $117,378,395 $25,852,538 $77,759,428 $80,623 843 $15,157,359 $18,695 130 $28,7 502 $14,911,706 $39,901,698
Semitrailers Number of united ............... 131,573 77,664 17,663 36,246 8,121 26,379 43,164 5,441 8,302 9,223 3 625 96
ucost .......................... $438,304,917 $244,794,401 $66,218,844 $ 127,291672 $25,351,960 $87,243573 $132,198,868 $18,502,372 $27,963,54 $27.922, $15,706,675 37,19625
Full trailers-- Number of units ................ 5,266 1,571 64 3,631 45 182 1, 1 0 39 3,15
-ost............................$17.08,326 $,138,242 .331.731 $13,038,353 $100,385 $461,46 $,576,411 $228,50 $155,861 $1 $11,270,586
Other equipment- Cost .......................... 973183 2901,625 12628, $6308,725 $37374 90.305 1 23576 $851.298 92177 1968,0 363,764 $3,20379
Total cost of all equipment ................. $914,927,824 $471,673,319 $127,863,049 $315,391,456 $50,486,163 $182,972,244 $230,214,912 $37,092,028 $51,432,679 $67,634M133 085,313,096 $120,719,520
EMPLOEES
Average number .................................... 306,678 171,601 40,866 94,211 17,780 57,625 96,196 13 ,77 19,400 24,355 10,776 26,203
Totl openton::::: ................................4 17,.?;39 811.2559 #167,733997 438,311883 79,187,:706 $262,527,267 o0.009.586 $62,6884 6 $89,696,"7 $103,963 316 $50,055,70 $331,908,1
STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
revenue service:
Owned power units:
In operation ............................ 6,088 36,371 8,697 20,020 5.430 14,471 16,470 2,782 3,663 6,246 1,787 5,542
Undergoing repairs ...................... ... 3,508 2,017 1,033 21 769 967 169 184328 110
Stand-by .................................... 4,133 2,322 1,270 242 960 1,120 11 244 341 3933
Total power units--Owned .................. 72,729 40,710 9,696 22,323 5,953 16,200 18,557 3,064 4,091 6.915 2,036 6,217
Rented power unite without drivers-In operation 2,734 18,130 1,693 5,911 265 3,092 14,773 799 2,201 1,570 507 834
Rented power units with drivers-In operation .. 2129 16,001 3,160 4,968 360 4,648 10,993 353 2,120 1,140 555 800
Total number of power units In Interoity
revenue service .......................... 122,592 74,841 14,549 33,202 6,578 23,940 44.323 4,216 8,412 9,625 3,098 7,851
Vehiole-ailes operated In Interoity revenue
service (loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles .............................. 3637.209.541 1,726,743,707 58198816 1.328,477,718 185,964 778 631.954,450 908,824,479 159,666,324 245,837945 356299,25 165 749,124 400,925,071
Vehicles rented without drivers ............. 1, 678,945,345 1,088 516,586 124, 921236 5:, 68 319 155 618 12 673 7516 7 397
Vehicles rented with drivers ................ 1,35871520 801 20 22 1 7' 332275 19 01 2513?1, 597 530.6 3 39 135,926 390 74, 089 22 :86.845 50 650,979
Driveway ................................... 127,285745 1201538 1:81082 93, 8 280 1, $68179,321,3 31/ 2 3 23 2 2430 458 1,7 54
12. :8 81 4,93280 1,03368 7,903,321 111,624,49 2101 47,5
Total Olles. operated in Interoity
highway service all vehloles ........ 6,802,158,151 3,736.958,879 933,482,376 2,131,716,896 219,911,817 1,051,559,748. 2,465,487,314 248,105,013 538,142.196 545,385,207 271,263,485 528,820,995
MKles-Rail and water services .................... 19011,385 10,452,092 5,245 8,554,0468 6,561,206 1,657,248 2,233,638 2,872,483 2,146,526 3,43,868 91,171
Tons of revenue freight carried in interolty
service / ..................................... 270,208,013 160,638,575 27,734,367 81,835,071 13,861,163 55,678,175 91,099,237 12,070,291 15,354,675 17,860,209 7,919,167 28,630,729
Freight revenue from intercity service ............ $3,406,388,293 $1,951,770,198 $426,888,193 $1,027,729,902 $154,736,601 $607,744,766 $1,189,288.831 $131,399,674 $234.452,197 $239,126,85,3 $129,071,939 $293,679,239

d Credit or other reverse item.
/ This table covered all reporting carriers of property engaged in Intercity service, except carriers engaged in transportation of both property and passengers. Data for the latter carriers,
the revenues of which are preponderantly from intercity operations, are shown in tables 57 and 58.
Does not inolude noose taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See Introduotory statement.
Total expenses (including depreciation, amortization, and operating taxes) divided by total operating revenues.
Inoludes Auplication on aooount of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.





6 ~STATISTICS OF 0CLAS8 I MOO CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 2.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE k/ BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R GI1 0 : 8
Item distrlot district region diatriot NN ed central orth- Mid- w thnn n P
_________ _______________ _______ aL.. Atlantio Cestral Western Unt'8.odu PacificAL

number of carriers represented .......*.****** ****,. 1,100 674 139 287 126 259 289 57 72 55 29 74
ASSET SIDE
Current assete Total ........************.*****.**. 316,362,169 $170,258.057 $0,575.322 $105,528.790 119,422,536 $62,954,521 S87,881,000 411,560,398 *22,170,490 $24,020,016 $16,985,485 *30,792,401
Tarieopreratin p"~t ....... ... 828,899,785 425,9146,346 126,208,239 276,745,200 58,126,926 157,216,817 210,602,603 39,1499.1490 50,758,408 55,2144 543 38 639,r6 8260 53
Reserve for dtepreciation and Amortizationl...........384.583,586 195,172,537 56,7888 126211 2,9465 7,1362 9,3,2:05112 25,561,964 23,556,006 17,673, 7 45,299,276
Not earner operating prperty ................ 44,316,199 230.773,809 69,409.351 144,133,039 28,632,241 84,573,185 117,568,383 18,978,062 25,196444 31,688,537 20,966,419 47,303.577
Carrier operating property leased to others 8,2 8.422 8,422
Rsrefrdepreciation and amortiaton .....57 57 -5,557,
Noerirpopry............... ,363 165 4,6j4:911 1,1454,088 5,269,353 1,338,556 1,.35,9312 1,865,956 411:756 1,338,557 999,174 881,979 1,637,887
Reere orderelaiflan eorlztifi3129,816 1,12784 0517 1,201,571 525,976 353,826 242,982 183,96? 1614^05 120,528 202,276 530,799
Total tangible property less serve .......... 452,553,113 234,294.314 70,057,982 148,200,817 29,444,821 85,655,271 119,194,222 19,205,851 26,370,996 32,567,183 21,646,122 48,410,665
Intangible property lose rerre for Amortisation 13.572,392 5,908,571 1,855,381 5,808,1440 958,883 2,360,242 2,589,446 1,012,255 1,148,444 1,799,198 521,746 1,326,795
Investent securities and advances Total .......... 42,971,045 14,808,047 4,193,008 23,969,990 1,328.554 4,734,333 8.745,160 1,526,685 9,930.545 3,639,049 2,372,976 6,500,735
special funds, deferred debits, .0d aieooflaleoo
debit item Total ............................... 8,251,774 3.609,350 1,342,156 3,300,268 282,376 1,342,717 1,984,257 268,891 544,749 767,253 707,374 1,012,001
Total sets ............................. 833,710,493 428,878,339 118,023,849 286,808,305 51.437,170 157,047.084 220,394,085 33,574,080 60,165,224 62,792,699 42,233,705 88,042,597
LIABILITl SIDE
Current liabilities total .... .......................239,231,700 131,665,071 31,170,214 76,396,375 17,939,914 44,;12:914 68,972,20 0,490,026 17,212,215 15,975,077 11,289,308 21,1.29,74.9
Advance payable Total ...............................22,55,9 13,239,538 ,199 7,2276 2988 140'286 6,898,603: 1,0,9 5,40 1,1504 6,0 7,3
::8 **-' '::::::::::::: 44:2 01697 1:3 0 10 954 1202 1W 25 23 9. 21
Equipment and other long-term obligations Total 195, 9,314 99,532,917 35,215,387 61,101,010 12,241, 9 08 107 1 12 892 23 ,
Deferred or~edits and reservs total.. ...............1830 143O 815146,3141 3,621,895 6,228,807 864385 2,588,686 5093 ,270 10854 1,2747 ,341 2 1,197 1,6,7
Capital took and nonoorporate Capital Total 117,063814 59,747,419 13261,307 44,055,088 8,240,221 214,09,614 27,447,5814 5,247005 7,753,016 9,319,114 4,702,404 17,033,5149
Coapropriated eurpluo 9e: 1
Une.roed surplus 9,768,402 5,159,262 1,006,401 3,602,739 493,094 2, 32,602 2,313,566 412,362 241,793 744,204 254,411 1,949,989
eoed surplus ..................... 230,847,821 110,987,791 32,258,506 87,601,52 9,375,393 36, 40,124 65,152.274 7,707,428 22,518,558 18.556,893 16.779,238 22,039407
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 240,616,223 116,147,053 33,264,907 91,204,263 9,868,487 38,812,726 67.465,840 8.119,770 22,760.351 19,301,097 17,033,649 23,989,396
Total liabilities ............................ 833,710,493 428,878,339 118,023,849 286,808,305 51.437,170 157,047,084 220.394,085 33,574,080 60,165,224 62,792,699 42,233,705 88,042,597
150053 STATElENT
Carrier Operatior Inoose
Operating reveaneel
Freight revenue-Intarity--Oomaon carrier ....... 2.33 8 307 1,311 099,728 321,471,894 705,016,685 127,362,450 439.30,Z62 744.382.516 105,272,9 163,561.949 144,339.895 94,770.348 197,065, 6
Frei ""t :*:1e '.n t h "".""r ".:::: 775U20 23 :259 1 887,349 358,1489 1 178, 28 1,239,003 212,2 935613 1,3902 14
Freight ravenue-Loaal Cartage ............... 4 ... 42966 8,116,43 263,722 6,212,701 16623 14010,938 2,1489,271 1414,1 93n8o 1,8,2 81,0,5411
intercity Transportation for other Cloe I motor 499383 1,9.28909 265,7
M aee ...................... .4797,050 3,012,097 487,119 1,227834 515,554 987,0 14 1,509,509 514,760 71,594 133,1461 176,243 791,776
thr operating revnue.............................4,038,2314 2,1418,125 462.a63 1,157,226 2143,632 1,189,212 985,251 114,1490 16,7 135,871 335,898 1409,200
Total operating revenues ...................... 2,365,862,965 1.327,422,313 322,938,857 715,501,795 130,096,359 446,720,404 750,605,55o 106,068,583 165,021,766 145,998,549 96,101,498 202,311,399
Operation and maintenance expenses:
quipmant oeritenan da .......................... 2J09,5797714 116,3141,456 38,412,3147 941,825,971 14,918,199 44,367,383 6,055 814 12,6 284 19,1140,86 19,38,796 14,2460,058 29,213,6145
Transportation..08 9.865,015 657,33090 133,299, 27 292,232,498 6,287 216,868,156 38,47867, 34 77,15,5
Teotal..pons ................................. 62,2 900057 1893, 1458 51,945,945 120,760,654 17,735,089 6,3141,100 111 ,417,269 20:067,660 261,8 26,541 1235,62 13,71,69
59,6812............................ 25:4,6 635,019 11,039 3803 21,7614,859 13,729,155 24,623,966 6 g 57 ,1 6 3 ,299 5,3614,632
75su7 14281898............ 13 6,~ 0: 3,62289 281 58 34',1
inardn t o priand g niet ........................ 71,128,160 18,3 0 3 14,2 031,510 25,399,390 697,260 5 ,156,37 9,981 12,099 4,2 8, 51835
Lesseof ditin ep erauntCrd....... ..... 171,379,323 98481.379 23,732894 9,15,2050 12,230,712 35,263,998 50,986,669 8,491.73 11 0,187360 22,390 5,783.548 13,99979
Total operation an aIcnoe a E*** *** 2.075,630,1 1,1385,412,562 2,393,501 612,823,955 115,163,695 395,969,182 6714,259,685 4,714,67 146,482.516 125,a0,60 78,292,811 168,6n,330
Deprefo matio n- epene................................ 9 .8001927 46,801,133 16,590,911 30,6, 2 4 11,02 5,03 o 1,01 4,
Depreciation adjuatment................. ............ A ,5fl9302. IL 2152JZ d 4"80 d~~~ 1,852,2 4 1 go 19 ____ d7 9J15 'i L20.30 d25.95 141,128 a 739,948
Obrtletion chargeable to operations ... ............********** 31.533 230,850 127 17,146 113814 7t7$$1 6,164 1199 4 29 1 140
Top aotherating o751d-i)n ........................ 2, a9 6408 55, 9 1,0,77 6.900,274 19653.032 29,250,702 5,2356314 7,005829 8321403 92 15,116.599
oteae neesw..n..m.......................... 2,80,149,00 1 .285,878574 310,900,064 683.680,362 127,978,53 143.209,772 725.690,5149 103,322211 158,825,332 139669476 88827.604 193.0569
let operating revenues...............................85,1403.965 41,5143,'739 12,038,793 31,821,433 2,118,106 14,510,632 24,915,001 2,7146,372 6,196,434 6,329,073 7,23,144 9,275,710
Laos@ of distinct operating ianit--Debit .........,.... 72,690 443,1014 18,321 2614,265 4,401 231,576 207,127 33,169 49,981 106,1403 146,212 28,500
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit....... 78,676 31,826 23,854 22,996 3,000 12,0721 16,7514 5,1970 10,023 6,167 536 300
met carrier' operating income ........................84,756,951 141,132,1461 12,0o44,326 31,580,164 2,11,6,705 114,291, 128 214,724,628 2,719,173 6.156,1476 6,228,837 7,228,168 9,2417510
Other Orinr, ma~ft
Poe 1,eao nonaarrI.9r perations--Net .................323,815 24,0314 Lg 1f. 480,202 85,962 d46,1X 11,652 23,030 34,050 186,701 224,769
Intrej Inopae.. .................................... 836,918 297,911 99,611 439.1406 12,687 a177 210,68 16,736 133 810 138,593 42,148 210,8
D" Md tSSone.........................................564.973 72,578 123,382 369,013 1,19 1o4 .724 9 i1.s 065,5 142,6142
e n perating imea............................315,533 250,8501 12,54 )216 16466,6$41 7251611 ,3 4,3 ,811640
toalo~? raca l~ae.,.,,.,.,,,.,, ,041219 14,33 55,1191 1,340,757 111,7147 136,694 396,932 314,814 273,638 1423,8141 231,928 376,536
Groot SSdinery Income ............................86,790,200 41,777,8341 12,099,445 1 32,920,921 2.,22,452 14,427,822I 25,121,560 2.753, 987 6,1430.13L4 6,652,678 7,.460,o96 9.624,0"4





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 7

TABLE 2,--SUONARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE 1 tinue
E DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
Item district district region district Enlnd Anodl Central Moih ddl- on h Pa.
England_________________ Atlanic Control__ North-1L Mi-Vot ok aii

INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinary Income
Interest ..t..... rd.r................ $10,939,274 $5,320,150 $2,030,502 $3,588,622 9726,261 $2,190,799 $2,403,090 $552,258 $605,047 $694,620 $468,426 $1,268,271
Amortization of debt discount and expense ......... 106,882 56,191 12,584 18,107 2,097 31.392 22,702 5.77 3 907 21,908 8.229 1,290
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ........... 520 520
Other deductions .................................. 4,658,008 2,714,137 499,940 1,443,931 186,739 771.906 1,755,492 196,998 226,969 684,926 128,438 204,600
Total deductions from ordinary income .......... 15,703,644 8,090,478 2.543,026 5,00,140 915.097 2,994.097 4.181,284 757,029 832,923 1,401,454 605,093 1,473,641
Net ordinary income ............................ 71,094.556 33,687,356 9,556.419 27.850,781 1,313,355 11,433,725 20,940,276 1,996,958 5.597.191 5,251,224 6,855,003 8,150,405
ExtraordinegLtrInaER
Extraordinary income credits ...................... 2,071,626 1,041 ,259 215,107 815,260 87,593 381,522 572,142 77,371 172021 88,240 234,834 24,794
Extraordinary income charges ................ 877,233 460,614 78,751 337,868 70, 96 155,102 234,716 23,580 29,188 130,469 74,013 80,618
Delayed income oredite ............................ 1,901,380 354,576 264,697 1,282,107 37, 9 114 ,881 202.236 102,814 342,055 489"77 2,4
Delayed Inoose charges ............................ 904,635 25,838 421,881 236,916 112,5 0 91,876 41,422 36,428 53,027 15,441 ,970 83050
Total extraordinary Income .................... 2,191,138 689,383 20.828 1,522,583 d 8282 249.425 498,240 120.177 431,861 432,057 385.285 153,203
Net income before income taxes ................. 73,285,694 34.376.739 9,535,591 29,373.364 1,255,073 11,683.150 21,438,516 2,117,135 6,029,052 5,683,281 7,240,288 8,303,608
Income taxes ................................. 38,964,002 19,671,832 4,535,864 14,.756,306 1.141.938 5,959,792 12.570,102 1,026,768 3,o041.546 2.883.982 3.816,683 3,987.327
Net income .................................... ... 34,321,692 14,704,907 4,999,727 14,617,058 113.135 5,723,358 8,868,414 1.090,367 2,987.506 2.799,299 3,423,605 4316.281
Operating ratio 3 .................... (percent). 96.39 96.87 96.27 95.55 98.37 96.75 96.68 97.41 96.25 95.66 92.43 95.42
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ...................................... $8;683;303 $3,890;159 $678,620 84,114.524 $150,390 $973.125 $2,766,644 $106,150 $77,412 $976,541 $689,923 $2.264,498
Withdrawal ...................................... 3,529,448 2,308,079 314,139 907,230 166,596 889,617 1,251,866 85,881 248,916 175,928 5:,088 391,417
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 12.212,751 6,198,238 992,759 5,021,754 316.986 1,862,742 4,018,510 192,031 326,328 1,152,469 695,011 2,655.915
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned:
Trucks Number of units ............. 28,281 12,323 4 310 11 648 2,357 5,001 4,965 1,400 1,941 2,845 1,301 4,161
Coat ......................... $66,871,791 $28,126,789 $9,268,884 $29,476 118 $5,736,009 $12,759,082 $9,631,698 $2,365,861 $2,947,116 $5,315.997 $2,993,06 $15,854,075
Truck trotors Number of units ................ 53,830 29,982 8,258 15,90 3,993 10,647 19.342 2.829 3,608 3,705 1,756 3, :692
Cost ......................... $239,113,229 $120,397,507 $38,375,239 $80,340,483 $19,538,626 649,532,369 $51,326,512 $11, 526,238 $13,600,21 $16,187,138 $12,31,968 $26,674,688
Semitrailers Number of unite .............. 91,144 52,735 13,702 24,707 6,241 17,780 28,714 4,370 6,1 4 7 2,0 6,463
Cost ......................... $309,182,587 $166,784,660 $50,445,538 $91,952,389 $19,384,949 $58,367,495 $89,032,216 $14,630,935 $21,076,283 $16,598,581 $12,939,169 $26,707,421
Full trailers Number of units ............... 1,666 387 33 1,246 36 351 95 1,151
Cost ........................... 5,46,271 964,920 $87,466 4,5 $ 8881,180 $ 269,06 :g ,12,4839
Other equipment Cost ......................... 14,209.543 1943.256 121,505 3.14,782 $125,948 $312,166 1505,142 $751,748 $615,133 163555 $132.571 $ 81 75
Total cost of all equipment owned ............ $625,023,421 $317,217,132 $98,298,632 $209,507,657 $44,869,272 $120,971,112 $151,376,748 $29,274,782 $38,238,783 $38,265,471 $28,685,823 $75,042,798
EMPLOYEES
Average number ................................... 235,604 129,794 34,424 71,386 15,025 45,183 69,586 11,430 15,394 16,265 8,951 19,346
Total compensation ................................ $1,083.950,115 $611,556,799 $141,938,963 $330.454,353 $66,742,715 $203,180,740 $341,633,344 $52,565,706 $70,766,794 $70,100,901 $41,868,709 $95,152,243
STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in intercity
revenue service:
Owned power unite:
In operation ............................... 39,915 22,022 6,234 11,659 4,209 8,537 9,276 2,035 2,409 2,943 1,264 3,008
Undergoing reoaire .......................... 2,217 1,271 355 591 184 445 642 98 162 76 125
Stand-by .................................... .1,870 1.086 289 ,132 451 503 19 73 123 97 133
Total power unite--Owned ................. 44.002 24,379 6,878 12.745 4.525 9,433 10,421 2,234 2,580 3,228 1,437 3,266
Rented power unite without drivers-In operation 16,061 11,354 1,143 3,564 202 2,292 8,860 429 1,470 803 29 56
Rented power unite with drivers--In operation .. 8,090 5,121 1,345 1,624 224 2,4421 2.456 269 902 181 i8
Total number of power unite in intercity
revenue service .......................... 68,153 40,854 9,366 17.933 4,951 14,166 21,737 2.932 4,952 4,212 1,818 4,019

Vehicle-miles operated in interoity revenue service
(with load and empty):
Owned vehicles ................................ 2,284,24 .137 1,023,269,070 432,610,824 828,369,243 143.90 .575 377,405,731 501,958,764 117,631,541 16.458,008 188,079,114 120,65,666 238,9,914
Vehicles rented without drivers ............ 1,057,19,313 690,577,318 88,080,256 278,536,739 9,895,800 117,219,429 5 32,915207 9,759,971 60:179.332 36.639.176 53,6 3,049
Vehicles rented with drivers ................... 521,811,138 304,678,83%5 98,738,408 118,393,815 13,060,099 130,931,390 160,687,346 17,068,582 62,238,836 8,854,230 14.399,991 15.832,176
Driveaway ...................................... "
Total miles operated In integrity highway
erlie all vehioei ................... 3,863,254,588 2,018.525,223 619,429.568 1.225,299.797 166,860,474 625,556.550 1,226,108,199 167,615.330 320.456,819 25?,512,676 171,304,833 308,410,139

Miles--Rail and water services ................... 17,251.72$ 10,452,092 5,245 6,794,388 6,561,206 1,657,248 2,233,638 1,112,823 2.146,526 3,443,868 91,171
Tons of revenue freight carried In Interoity
service / ..... .......................... ..... 129.027,024 80,756,276 14.944,851 33.325,897 8.257,689 25.712,19 46,786,392 6.390,346 7,572,918 6,970,640 2,787,182 9,604,811

Freight revenue from interolty service ............ $2,342,837,835 $1,313,875,648 $321,725,153 $707,237,034 $127,720,939 $440,533,190 $745,621,519 $105,485.223 $164,185,562 $144,339,895 $94,770,348 $198,456,006

Credit or other reverse item.
This table covers all common carriers of general freight engaged in intercity service and includes both those carriers that operated with owned equipment principally and those carriers that operated with owned and leased equipment or murohased transportation. Detailed data relating to these carriers appear in tables 3 to 14 and 15 to 26. Selected Items of individual ommon carriers of general freight having annual operating
revenues over $2,500,000 appear In table 30.
SDoes not include income taxes applioable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement. Total expenses (including deoreciation, amortization, and operating taxes) divided by total operating revenues. SIncludes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.


















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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1955






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 $2,500,OOO appear In Table 30.
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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 3.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQIIPKENT PRINOIPATL BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DEODBER 31, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R G 1 0 N 8
Item districts district region district New Mddl* Central Northwestern Mid-Weetern Southwestern RPaifi
England At lantie : ouneta I.. _. ... .a .

of carriers represented ...................... 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 1 33
ASSET BIDE
assets Total .............................. $133,173,654 $71,792,966 $17,589,878 $43,790,810 $12,438,616 7$32,797,931 $26,556,419 $6036,627 $5,934,265 $9,408.954 $5,417,941 $16,993,023
e property:
ior operating property ........................ 416,959,575 222,514,369 65,052,790 129,392,416 40,070,632 92,44 ,584 89,998,153 22,490,206 18,933.908 29,974,729 12,516,443 45,477,130
rye for depreciation and amortization ........ 195,419,435 104,509.742 28,838,156 62,071,537 20.209,379 42,528,968 41,771,395 11,320.895 9,878,684 12,909,064 5,424.242 22,538,652
et carrier operating property ................ 221,540,140 118,004,627 36,214,634 67,320,879 19,861,253 49,916,616 48.226,758 11,169,311 9,055,224 17,0653,665 7,092,201 22,938,478

rye for depreciation and amortization .. 5,557 5,557 5 557
arrier property ............................. .5,876,749 2,993 005 1,172,752 1,710,992 960,978 1,157,054 874973 40L024 635,715 111,903 547,061 376,289
rye for depreciation and amortization ........ 1,937,815 841,960 750,797 345,058 458,063 287,740 96.157 8,216 114,465 29,938 133,504 58,935
otal tangible property le reserve .......... 225,481,939 120,158,537 36,636,589 68,686,813 20,364,168 50,785,930 49,008,439 11,201,119 9,576.474 17,147,630 7,505,758 23,255,832
ble property:
lzation, franchises, permits and other ...... 9,442,062 4,060.720 1,238,998 4142,344 869,717 1,734 498 1.456,505 781,727 640,305 1,199.923 449,916 1,070,473
rYe for amortization ......................... 3,371,407 1,294,531 438,359 1,638,517 341,093 422,358 531,080 407,839 104,750 389.177 288,964 447.787
otal intangible property less reserve ........ 6.070,655 2,766,189 800,639 2,503,827 528,624 1,312,140 925,425 373,888 535.555 810,746 160,952 622,686
ent securities and advances Total .......... 16,553,353 4,528,177 2,225,630 9,799,546 686.463 2,297,896 1,543,818 563,370 4,795,114 786,061 243.035 3,411.966
d debits Total ............................. 2,485,608 709,770 477,860 1,297,978 134,636 329,986 245,148 149,057 185,620 525,408 6,729 431,164
1 funds and miscellaneous debits Total ...... 1,610,937 713,178 373,786 523,973 12,399 457,121 243,658 16,997 120,801 10,000 100,26 275,919
Total assets ............................... 385,376,146 200,668,817 58,104,382 126,602,947 34,164,906 87,981,004 78,522,907 18,341,058 21,147,829 28,688,799 13,434,671 44.990,590
LIABILITY SIDE
t liabilities Total ......................... 93,067,431 51,594,688 12,897,195 28,575,548 11,353,787 20,410,886 19,830,015 4,928,955 3,208,918 7,168,404 3,199,404 10,069,86?
s payable Total ............................ 8,116,869 3,807.535 879,531 3,429,803 849.553 1,901,903 1,056,079 503.030 187,424 2.353,773 124,008 261,568
ent and other long-term obligations:
ipment obligations ............................ 69,578,376 33,601,378 16,330,155 19,646,843 6,225,952 17,409,753 9,965,673 3,534,201 1,352, 556 4,63,04 1,775,125 8,334,157
do and other long-term obligations ............ 24,573,588 16,740,456 2,730,853 5,102,279 2,221,717 9,235,416 5,283.323 1.659,905 558,562 1,791,294 328,026 764,492
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 94,151,964 50,341,834 19,061,008 24,749,122 8,447,669 26,645,169 15,248,996 5,194,106 1,911,118 6,442,098 2,103,1 1 9,098,649
d credits Total ............................ 1,643,580 386,633 844,437 412,510 45,435 124,210 216,988 22,742 6,936 82.949 6,649 293,234
es for insurance, Injuries, loss and damage,
other Total ................................ 5,497?,560 2,828,927 991,368 1,677,265 455,718 908,026 1,465,183 369,763 310,575 558,253 145,086 293,588
1 stock and noncorporate capital:
ital stock Total ............................ 50,746,371 23.707,130 6,603,499 20,435,742 4,213 938 12,110,378 7,382,814 2,394,302 3,801,707 2,774,351 2,017,79? 9,47.585
e proprietorship capital .................. .. 4,991,420 2,632,528 336,205 2,022,687 666,906 I,451,?04 513,918 228,971 848,786 260,060 114,407 570,463
tnership capital .............................. 5,576,496 3,232,636 383,359 1,960,501 248,107 1,431,279 1.553,250 352,397 371,596 198,969 1,037,539
Total capital stock and noncorporats capital .. 61,314,287 29,5?2,294 7,323,063 24,418,930 5,128,951 14,993,361 9,449,982 2,975,670 5,022,089 3,233,380 2,132,204 11,055,587
priated surplus:
arned surplus ................................. .4,081,277 2,234,134 170,865 1,676,278 111,041 1,198,575 924,518 9 38,9:0 4,445 566,171 18,56 1,048,147
ed surplus ................................... 117,503,178 59,902,772 15,936,915 41:663,491 7,772,752 21,798,874 30,331,146 1 4,307,842 10,496,324 8,283,7?1 5.?05,604 12,869,950
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 121,584,455 62,136,906 16,107,780 43,339,769 7,883,793 22,997,449 31,255,664 4,346,792 10,500,769 8,849,942 5,724,169 13,918,097
Total liabilities .......................... 385,376,146 200,668,817 58,104,382 126,602,947 34,164,906 87,981,004 78,522,907 18,341,058 21,147,829 28,688,799 13,434,671 44,990,590




12 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953
TABLE 4.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FJEIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E 1 0 N
Item districts district region dietriot Now Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rooky
Enaland Atlantic outi Pac ifi
Number of carriers represented ...................... 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
land and land rights ................................ $11,495,299 $6,414,905 $1,374,418 $3,705,976 $686,425 $1,964,6o9 $3,763,871 $50o4,891 $601,682 $1,162,.19 $549,748 $887,236
Structures ......................................... 45,053,257 25,793,936 6,272,626 12,986,695 4,484,360 9,.00,626 11,908,950 2,49,063 2,275,046 3,498,98 1,876.387 2,787,251
Reserve for depreciation ........................... 6,865,166 *,269,81 687,202 1,908,123 721,336 1,512,506 2,035,999 29,769 335,399 518,405 236,778 387,772
Investment, les reserve ......................... 38.188,091 21,524,095 5,585,424 11,078,572 3,763,024 7,888,120 9,872,951 2,119,294 1,939,647 2,980,543 1,639,609 2,399,479
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
Balance at beginning of year .................. 279.089,053 147,076,820 45,023,.65 86,988,768 27,?08,492 61,585,425 57,783,003 15,30,278 12,672,778 18,478,581 7,761,200 32,735,931
55,940,436 31,996,906 8,463,175 1,8,5 51723 1,6,05 11,160,263 2,387, 16 2,056,63 4,801,684 4,2,2 ,1i9!
Additions and betterments .........................1 31,996,96 BP,10216 5,233 05 5,101228 3,6266, 05 102 2.
Retreont a/ ..................................84 10,878,482 2,42,162 5,233,0 2,186,605 5,560,185 3.131,692 768,402 720,0 2,169,710 303,108 1,272,18.
Balance at o3 o year....................... 6, 5,385 168,195,241 51,044,478 97,235,663 30,692,121 71,691,55 65,811,574 16,959,192 14,009,35 21,110,5 6,881,721 36,274,838
Reserve for depreciation ...................... 168,83,567 89,971,096 25,575,833 53,316,638 17,480,738 36,193,29 36,297,109 9,686,936 8,5652388 10,717,690 4,610,719 19,705,905
Investment, les reserve .................. 17,611,818 78,224,18 25,468,645 43,919,025 13,211,387 35,198,296 29,514,.65 7,272,256 5,413,969 10,392,865 4,241,002 16,568,933
Combination:
Balance at beginning of year ....................... 36,737 36,737
Additions and betterments ..................... 3,701 3,701 36,707
Retirement# ................................... 3,706 3,706 -701
Balance at close of year ...................... 36,732 36,732 0 6
Reserve for depreciation ...................... 14,651 14,651 16732
1..... 14,651
Investment, less reserve .................. 22,081 22,081 22,081
Service ears and equipment .......................... 8,659,764 4,710,396 1,252,672 2,696.696 1,081,977 1,90j,265 1,725,154 428,485 349,980 711,474 206,1. 1,00,613
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 3,907,652 2,112,321 533,190 1,262,1 1 500,391 928,505 683,425 182,892 191,002 328,415 105,060 4504,772
Investment, lees reserve ......................... 4,752,112 2,598,075 719,482 1,434,555 581,586 974,760 1,01,729 245,593 158,978 383,059 101,08 545,841
Shop and garage equipment ........................... 4,981,213 2,484,579 513,178 1,983,456 459,179 1,015,268 1,010,132 283,632 287,755 151,43 176,754 783,972
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 2,903,283 1,542,747 282,4. 1,078,093 315,109 693,916 533,722 166,216 205,832 204,098 103,906 398,041
Investment, less reserve ........................... 2,077,930 941,832 230,735 905,363 114,070 321,352 476,4110 117,416 81,923 247,245 72,848 385,931
Furniture and office equipment ...................... 13,144,260 6,928,37 2,221,785 3,994,101 1,213,333 3,035,251 2,679,790 763,269 572,024 1,140,650 160,194 1,057,964
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 6,059,7v48 3,346,783 886,058 1,826,907 581,881 1,588,398 1,176,504 355,617 261,016 462,771 217,026 530,477
Investment, less reserve ......................... 7,084,512 3,581,591 1,335,727 2,167,194 631,452 1,446,853 1,503,286 407,652 311,008 677,879 243,168 527,1.7
Miscellaneous equipment ............................. 8,043,899 3,600,582 1,172,939 3,270,378 639,404 1,710,032 1,251,146 577,226 339,541 1,054,88e4 195,021 1,103,706
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 3,713,205 1,838,080 533,215 1,341,910 327,692 971,322 539,066 268,298 149,970 395,131 92,366 436,14.
Investment, loes reserve ......................... 4,330,694 1,762,502 639,724 1,928,468 311,712 738,710 712,080 308,928 189,571 659,753 102,655 667,561
Improvements to leasehold property .................. 7,B73,795 3,338,172 1,096,001 3,219,622 755,114 1,500,265 1,302,793 423,941 472,551 771,504 8,605 1,468,021
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 3,078, 495 141.206 340,215 1,323,07:4 282,232 641,072 91,902 231,167 170,077 282,55 2387 610,889
Investment, loe reserve ......................... .,795,300 2,142,966 755,786 1,896,548 472,882 859,193 810,891 192,77 302,474 488,950 55,218 857,132
Undistributed property ...................... ....... .... 1,229 1,249 -- 1,249
Reserve for depreciation ......................................- .-
Investment, les reserve ......................... 1,249 1,249 1,249 -.
unfinished construction ............................. 1,194,722 826,932 104,693 263,097 57,466 224,723 54,743 507 25,972 72,952 86,869 76,797
Total investment in carrier operating property ...... 416,959,575 222,514,369 6S,052,790 129,392,416 10,070,632 92,445,584 89,998,133 22,490,206 18,933,908 29,974,729 12,516,4 45,477,130
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 1914059,767 104,496,07* 28,838,156 62,071,537 20,209,379 42,528,968 41,757,727 11,320,895 9,878,684 12,909,064 5,124,242 22,536,652
Reserve for smortization ............................. 13,668 13,668 13,668 .
Total investment in carrier operating property
less reserves for depreciation and mortiation 221,540,140 118,004,627 36,214,634 67,320,879 19,861,253 49,916,616 40,226,7598 11,169,311 9,055,224 17,065,665 7,092,201 22,938,78

I/ The differences between the a&ounto 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 PROPElMY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 5.--INCOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R EGI O N a
Item districts district region district Now Middle
__ _England Atlantl Central Northwestern Mid-Western SouPni

Number of carriers represented ................. 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 33
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenues
Operating revenues............................. $920,003,719 0489,614,241 $139,418,759 $290,970,719 $79,032,793 $300,195,097 $210,93a6,351 $54,988,O6 $40,921,482 .69,S40,690 $30,367.048 195,746.593
Expenses
Operation and maintenance expenses ...... 782,813,761 421,794,309 115,632,698 24,386,75 4 68,859,367 172,552,418 180,382,524 47,394,846 36,137,183 60,220,192 214,919,272 76,715,261
Depreciation expense ........................... 46,372,1 6 23,337,169 8,671,322 1 ,363,64 4:,169,733 9,892,137 9,275,299 2,144,150 1,974,568 3,691,195 1,276,575 5,77,157
Depreciation adjustment ...................... d 2.60. 3 L 1.028801 d 512,829 d 719.174 d 2322038 a 46A.417 d 331Q81 d 101,168 d 92,295 d 27 d 70,701 d 181,155
Amortization chargeable to operations ..... 18,9 8:415 527 9 976 -,727 3,688 6,160
Operating taxes and loenee........................54,303,812 26,333,499 8,787,757 19,182,556 4,434,842 10,366,271 11,532,386 3,093,680 2,514,076 4,100,515 2,209,757 7,264,528
Total expenses .............................. 881,447,784 470,444,552 132,779,475 278,223,757 77,231,904 192,350,136 200,862,512 52,537,668 40,533,532 67,741,863 28,334,903 89,075,791
Net operating revenue ....................... 38,555,935 19,169,689 6,639,284 12,746,962 1,800,889 7,844,961 9,523,839 1,551,238 387,950 2,104,827 2,032,145 6,670,802
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit 170,168 32,198 14,940 123,030 801 15,312 16,085 33,078 ?1,42 18,500
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit 43,596 19,754 22,963 879 3*000- 167754 L -1 O 1,200 1

Net carrier operating Income ................ 38,429,363 19,157,245 6,647,307 12,624,811 1,803,088 7,829,649 9,524,508 1,517,769 388,020 2,034o,575 2,032,145 6,652,302
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
Income from nonoarrier operations--Net ......... 28,331 d 26.359 d 211.799 266,489 74,023 d 14o.912 40,530 d 30.374 42,717 12,148 206,812 35,186
Interest income ................................. 217,240 75,864 10,892 130,484 9,3 46 17,951 48,567 7,117 45,814 8,1 0 63,774
Dividend income ................................ 279,857 4,476 123,333 152,048 1,450 2,373 61 1 15,859 ,589 3,71
Other____ ____________ Income___ .............511 1,5 1,152 35,796
Other nonoperating income...................... .75,230 27,714 12,500 35,016 868 7,392 19,4 1,934 193 31,401 1,488 -Total other ordinary income ................. 600,658 81,695 d 6.07_4 584,037 85,687 A I13.196 109,204 d 21.322 203,583 51,979 21%,041 134,756
Gross ordinary income ....................... 39,030,021 19,238,940 6,582,233 13,208,848 1,888,775 7,716,453 9,633,712 1,496,447 591,603 2,086,554 2,247,186 6,787,058
DEDUCTIONS FROM ORDINARY INCOME
Interest ....................................... 4,929,004 2,445,539 1,070,069 1,413,396 480,495 1,242,483 722,561 287,805 116,987 380,041 130,720 497,843
Amortization of debt discount and expenses ...... 59,304 25,934 1,875 31,495 418 18,467 7,049 5,773 21, 908 3,81/4
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ...
Other deductions .........................1,151,615 577,705 196,499 377,411 112,675 259,560 205,470 81,338 29,443 111,937 47,297 107,396
Total deductions from ordinary income ....... 6,139,923 3,049,178 1,268,443 1,822,302 593,588 1;520,510 935,080 374,916 146,430 513,886 181,831 605,239
Net ordinary income ......................... 32,890,098 16,189,762 5,313#790 11,386,546 1,295,187 6,195,943 8,698,632 1,121,531 445,173 1,572,668 2,065,355 6,181,819
EXTRAORDINARY INCOME
Extraordinary income credits ........ .......... 95,500 327,804 132,686 495,010 73,999 121,532 132,273 6,926 116,699 39,925 213,575 117,885
Extraordinary income charges .................... 368,276 175,854 45,424 146,998 65,751 81,908 28,19 224 3,789 104,083 10,108 28,?94
Delayed Income credits .............. ....... 296,217 111,776 29,129 155,312 3,999 59,629 8,1 24 6,594 47,632 33,138 5,013 22,935
Delayed income charges .... ; .................... 390,572 79,828 287,679 23,065 15,835 49,30Z 14,689 13,558 4,018 699 2,256 2,534
Total extraordinary Income .................. 492,869 183,898 4 180,259 d 1.188 49,?U9 137,537 39,738 156,524 31.19 206,224 109,492
Net income before income taxes .............. 33,382,967 16,373,660 5,142,502 11,866,805 1,291,599 6,245,892 8,836,169 1,161,269 601,697 1,540,949 2,271,579 6,291,311
Income taxes I/ ................................. 16,087,095 7,949,O39 2,420,851 5,717,205 711,646 2,959,419 4,277,974 597,786 118,720 663,755 1,158,045 3,178,899
Net Income .................................. 17,295,872 8,424,621 2,721,651 6,149,600 579,953 3,286,473 4,558,195 563,483 482,977 877,194 1,113,534 3,112,412
Operating ratio / ................... (Percent) 95.81 96.08 95.24 95.62 97.72 96.08 95.47 97.13 99.05 96.99 93.31 93.03
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ...................................... $4,959,820 $1,500,828 $253,713 $3,205,279 $117,410 $511,308 $872,110 $46,243 $14,000 $599,341 $426,807 $2,118,888
Withdrawal$..................................... 2,233,963 1,454,264 223,426 556,273 154,287 429,313 870,664 17,206 184,742 107,683 5,088 241,554
Total dividends and withdrawals ............. 7,193,783 2,955,092 477,139 3,761,552 271,697 940,621 1,742,774 63,449 198,742 707,024 431,895 2,360,442

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






14 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECOER 31, 1953
T E 6--OPERTING REVENUES COMON CARRIES OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED IUIPMET PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953
REGIONS
All Eastern Southern Western
Item districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern R Pacif )i
England Atlanticm

Number of carriers represented ............................ 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13
Freight revenue--Interity--Common carrier ................ $90,887,155 $480,352,431 $138,982,259 0286,552,465 77,029,282 $195,356,004 $207,967,145 053,574,338 $40,173,547 69,141,665 $29,604,900 $4,58,0
regtrenue--Interaity-Contract carrier ..................2,162,649 1,657,886 30,977 473,786 197,430 734,395 725,861 149,362 10,163 321,261
Freight revenue--Lo0al cartage ............................ 8,861,794 5,771,927 149,167 2,940,700 1,159,195 3,198,264 1,414,468 323,116 674,080 519,887 562,88 860.77
Intercity Transportation tor other Class I motor carriers 1,328,733 892,879 33,651 402,203 482,271 350,445 60,163 3,532 10,163 102,415 590 285,50
Other operating revenue ................................... 1,763,388 939,118 222,705 601,565 164,615 555,789 218,714 45,558 53,529 82,723 198,720 221,035
Total operating revenues ............................... .920,003,719 489,614,241 139,418,759 290,970,719 79,032,793 200,195,097 210,386,351 54,088,906 40,921,82 69,8,690 30,6,5








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, 1953

REGIONS
All Eastern Southern Western REG_1_0_NItem districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ro Pacific
England Atlantic _Mountain

Number of carriers represented ............................ 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
Operating taxes and licensee:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes .... ............... $23,209,356 $11,092,504 $4,503,613 $7,613,239 $1,871,499 $4,547, 493 $4,673,512 $1,247,341 $1,055,110 41,977,367 9933,118 $2,400,303
Vehicle license and registration fees .................. 17,533,687 7,665,477 2,185,206 ?,683,004 893,884 2,783,:587 3,988,006 1,241,879 874,042 1,172,946 941636 3,452,501
Real estate and personal property taxes ................ 2,524,499 1,308,437 314,284 901,778 435,815 331,845 540,777 120,791 179,531 204,178 67,917 329,361
Social security taxes ................................. 9670,826 5,408,747 1,593,914 2,668,165 1,089,909 2,248,577 2,070,261 47,500 383,405 659,512 257,397 890,351
Other taxes ........................................... 1.365,444 858,334 190,740 316,370 143,735 454,769 259,830 6,169 21,988 86,512 9,689 192,012
Total operating taxes and licenses .................. 54,303,812 26,333,499 8,787,757 19,182,556 4,434,842 10,366,271 11,532,386 3,093,680 2,514,076 4,100,515 2,209,757 7,264,528
Provision for Income taxes:
Federal income taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ............................... 14,742,299 7,176,838 2,151,515 5,413,946 641,866 2,605,756 3,929,216 515,602 116,232 654,442 1,139,935 2,987,735
Excess profits tax .................................. 834:,762 572,574 143,727 118,461 42,728 206,333 323,513 35,230 d 87,824
Total Federal income taxes ....................... 15,577,061 7,749,412 2,295,242 5,532,407 684,594 2,812,089 4,252,729 550,832 111,639 654,442 1,139,935 3,075,559
State Income taxes ..................................... 510,686 200,371 125,609 184,706 27,052 145,082 28,237 46,934 7,081 9,313 18,018 10.340
Other income taxes .................................. d 652 d 7 92 2,248 d 2,99 92
Total provision for income taxes .................... 16,087,095 7,949,039 2,420,851 5,717,205 711,646 2,959,419 4,277,974 597,786 118,720 663,755 1,158,045 3,178,899
Total taxes ......................................... 70,390,907 34,282,538 11,208,608 24,899,761 5146,488 13,325,690 15,810,360 3,691,46 2,632,79 4,764,270 3,367,802 10,43,427

d Credit.
I/ Does not Include Income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.




STATISTICS OF oCLAS nOTOR CARRIER OF POPERT FOR TE i EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 8.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTEROITy SERVICE OPERATING ITH WNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
By DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western ReGIr _ _ _ N__ 8 _
distriote district region district New Middle Rentral o eerN s Pa
I edi t i tEno3and a t ic~ O....................

Number of earners preanted .................... 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 3 13
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
EQ:IPM.NT MAINTE :4,387594 2.233:93: :490,438 :1,663,218 373,564 1,074,276 0 6,098 211 22,3 6321. 3 177 2 8102,436 $70 9 5
Ofe and other expense ......................... 372,881 208,106 37.412 127,363 59,228 112,428 36,"0 18550 18,016 2. ,20,2 9 1
Ofc dote 1S00.........-4" 4107,5 746~I5 327051
Repairs and serviOing--svenue equipment .. 81, 26,088 1,017,95 11,661,283 28.746,851 6,333.570 16,161,421 18, 522,963 4,416,770 3,858,540 6,327
Tires and tubes-Revenue equipment ............ 26,940,329 13,008,460 5,123,199 8,808,670 2,290,554 5,286,624 5. 431,282 1,237,862 1,194,7 32 2,36,3?2 1,0687 2,
Other amltens-oe expenses ........................ 5,28,746 2,709,267 652,883 1,923,596 44,606 1,195,046 1,070,61 0 2
Operation rents .................. 1,1291 766,835 127,747 601,709 210,866 273 976 281,993 150 3 88,9 9.50
Jot rage expense--Debit .... o..... ....... 2771 2,771 32,771
Joint garage expense-Oredit : ...................... 27,,698 27,563 135 576 26,891 9 135
Total equipment maintenance ...................... 119,914,002 59,949,768 18,092,962 41,871,272 9,710,812 24,109,651 26,129,305 6,362,517 5,507,663 9,932,209 4,674,094 14 9789
TRANSPORTATION
SSuperv eion .. eun........................ ....... ,845, 24 7,718,403 1,029.911 3,097,510 1,24o,3 233 3,143,800 592,141 356,9460 585,325 356,993 1206 ,1
O fle o sorther epen ........................... 788,816 18,072 96,117 271,627 86,769 1882,8843 17,460 21,414 38,505 1025867 27,206 1 6
DS perve nd helpers.. ...............................4 3,967,0 19,1909 ,2,255 71,013,166 22,7570 4 57, 799,3 18 ,90. 18,164,82 10,603, 870 17,00 1 6 46,846
uel ora evenu equplent ........................ 48,61 ,27g4 24,528,458 8,40,069 15,610,748 4 288,18 958047 10,662,227 2,88238 2263, ,3 ,.336 4 ,,6
Ol for revenue e uipent ........................ 2674 1,222,835 488 1 966,696 24,036 6,69 518 ,130 150972 111,160 192,126 108,267 404,17
Played trenesPlat ......................... 688,86 17,251,648 42,2 1 0717813,934 2,192,0778 6,885,339 8 ,1357.1, 5 34 ,281 7 849,7
Other traneportati n ep ee ....................... 1190,5 1 6,890,302 1,60 5,236 1,8870 3,8,679 1,09,73 306,50 3288,84 42,31 50,3) 590 478
operating raent .................................... 821, 811 8,612 18212 171,077 144,594 192,281 131,737 60,07 1 ,729 26,82786 1826 907 28 2,86 1
Total ernseportation ........................... 353,319,519 197,970239 49,842,286 105,506,994 32,493,6441 82,288,944 83,187,651 20,353,408 ,519,629 287,865 1,2 ,
TERMINAL
supervsion ........................................ 44,724 352 20,976,882 7,639,076 16,108,394 2,794,945 7,782,438 10,399,499 2,899,204 2,5oo,429 4,273,305 1,619,173 4 816,28
Supervisory salaries ........................... 1,849,031 7,433,338 2,414588 5,001 1058 1,16 4,51? 2,880,532 3 388289 945,523 814,030 1 387,84 511,310 1342,65
Salo res nl fees--Blllng d oie ng2.......... 20,907,893 9,416,708 3,7,118 7,744,067 1,387,138 ,10819 ,921,6 1,403,85 1, .5 77 2 ,117,1 2 8
Other ofeinle employees nd ............... 8,967,428 4,126,836 1,477 70 3,363,222 243,290 1,793,712 2,1089,834 549823 330,22 768,300 425014 1,289,663
O te sod othe xp.e.............................4,976,592 2,109,060 1,007,215 1,860,319 26967 3 856 369 983,018 317,579 250,567 566,33 169,523 556,297
Salaries and wages--Platfom employees............. 82,741,120 43,443,649 12,125,314 27,172,157 5,981,340 15,705,583 21,756,720 6,123,377 4,35, 138 5,672, 2,584,28 62
OTher temnal eploes ...................4**,502,781 2,798,043 545, 608 1,159,130 183,164 1,601 306 1,02 573 190,14,5 138,743 189,431 5.,433 590,476
Somreelon a.en.................................. 1,761,381 519,4909 28,212 2,956,700 133074 1123 13 253,782 99.61 6740698 827,671 28,478601 60
Other terminal expenses ............................ 8,264,972 4,242,68 1,252883 2,769,404 588,717 1,80,771 1850,197 613,920 21 67215 6939044



i l. '! " " : :: : :: : :: : :::: -: 'I ? 1: : 9 1,3 574 12 388 12 36 782 993 2 69
Opertng rents...................................... 9,050,726 ,9 0, 1,458,590 2,651,688 1,141 70 2168.072 1630,671 ,,228 781 33219 18027 7,
otie treril feolltes...--Deb ... .................... 1,06,903 493,632 70 271 71 727 44 5 54,385 188,955 299,627 227 04
oint terminal faoilites--Cedt .............. 48........ 7,981 482,987 3,150 1,844 8:,441 432,446 42,100 790 1,605400



J oolint tro%. ... ... ... ... .** *** *** *** 30 181 81o16 31 ,9....6.21.8..2 90.2..2.0 1.1 6 ,1036,53653 1,8 3 ,7 0,1 1269962525,21671,1 06252 271
Total terminal ................................. 158,597,8426 79,0410,881 24,10,746 55,2460,219 11,111,898 30,047.,177 37,881,806 11,747 ,.09 60,52 1 ,36,267 4,822,5 16, 7,3
TRAFFIC 3ENERAL
supervision ................................*..... 17,313 ,873 9,259,920 ,1 2,218 911, .3 1,10,672 98,498 9, 0 5 2, 61 671,439 1,279,115 5,7,1701, 64
Office aond otner expen s ........................... 5,877,090 3,062,958 1,031,:516 1,782,616 470.195 1,319,46 127,320 10,281 220,30 21, 2,699 ,1
Tarlffs evehedule s. ......oc ............... 1,826,109 1 048669 295 652 481,788 19, 6 375,455 4,4578 107,995 861 248,6 2 0 0 1,62







aa rishrgnr a orio empodn ******e 12.. 6 63 7 3 6 42 41 0 :64 42 ,1 5 ,6 2, 71 69217 711 1142 12800
Advsrteing .................................... 2,802,46 1,488, 66 0836 89,28 286,96 0,698 62,712 218 ,620 114 79 1,0 9,27 3 60
Other tgr l expenstes ........................** ... 2,225,768 162, 558 215,23 1 7,787 271,300 861,702 49, 356 130,968 53,281 112,829 22,80 590
Owerai ents .........................*.*** ..* 5223 41,572 35,694 7,172 37,614 20437 13,355 3, 989 14,711 1,631 2,008









Out e a dting e xp a . . ........ .** .******* .* .*** 13 .81 61 5 67 12143 2,252 32 $ 03 7 7 4 4 6 9 21 4 4 $26 1
Total traffic ................................... 30,181,815 16,531,694 5,167,217 8,482,904 2.542,031 ?,136,410 6,853.253 1,833,780 1,140,996 2,204,283 771,130 2,526,715
INSURANtCE ARID BA'0'2
supervision .... **............. ....................... ,068,600 1,848,321 957,811 1,262,468 203,059 869,133 776,129 209,264 244,994 363,59 141,004 303,612
Ofloe other nsxpen ees ......................... 1304,967 632,211 2.806 348950 63,565 0882 3 259,823 61,159 2,865 1016 729 9,53
Publlectabit oend property da*a*e*.*.............us* *15,302,919 9,272,690 2***278 35,951 1,972,015 9,049,43, 251,231 2 2292,722 1,072,380 387,200 796,2
orlenao oexpensa tn.......................... 6522,967 3,687890 :737 2,086,640 909,41 1,62 1 1,15,016 6 25671 8151 221,628 ,803
Oheo senerl d daae ............................ 1 2,837 7,271631 2,68,017 ,22189 1,1964 ,0 8 ,1 2 81687 1 061 866 100
Fipe, tg sod .oll.. on.. ................... ..* *,619,95 8 2,115, 609 629,717 874,62 46139 938,370 11,00 173,817 1303 211,156 54, 4
Oter Insunop e expnse........................ ,662 ,8 9, 2 180,175 81,827 24,6 14 7,59 ,02 61,23 0,6a 8,96 26,
Otoe insurancegsd snet department expenses* 19 ,069 120.628 35,276 32,1659 9 28,573 7,356 1 2,6 2,215 588 520 3
To le ain r t e a r............................ .6,6 2,7 10 2063 2,10 15827 7, 1, 279 3 6,62 4 ,07 55 60
Op lI~ .. .. ....o..o..o.o.......o.... 89156 17 12,06 59 0J23 01 ,



ADNINI8TRATIVE AND G ....RAL.
Fire, thef 189 colso 29,5 J S:238 52 66 0, 29636

Superinision ...................................... ..8,599,196 22,905580 5,398228 10,295388 4,704,621 9,094,074 9,106,885 2,410121 1,6 2 9 86642o 251
Salaries--General officers ........................17,635,927 11,249,377 2,273,744 4,112,806 2,557,565 3,961,682 4,730,130 1,149,83o 56003 9887 286,722 1,132,398
Sanlaie--R venl ooun..n.. .................... 8,186,606 41,625,783 1,21,666 2,309, 5 94,33 12,026,896 1,66,5 4 569,971 ,8 192 2,9 7 7 65
alartes- other aenrel offie emploen s 12,76,663 7,030 120 1,872818 387 1,212 3 3,10 96 2,712,171 69017 7112 1,6 376773
Offiod orth ...n.............................. 05,033 5,27 925 1,286,26 2,742852 1,207,8 2,282,74 1,75.18 59607 3 6622,6 219,767
......s-Gnsra officer.........................,3,07 ,50 1,573 +,. 85,01 584o4,019 671,73 184,40 14,20 22,6 6o1 2 8
E-psnsne-Oensral office employees ...................56.581 '258,869 86,193 161,519 48,97 ,5 5811,2 2917 34,503 11: 02. 70:38...
otl he general onfc e expenses .................... 4.5,472,772 2,960,415i 781490 1,73042 20,82 1,302,484 53. 1037,76 38,439 216492 2 1 39,720 132,300 3,1
awpeiin....................................... 1,,5 6 804 238,228 42,76 4 774,081 34,64 280,7190 2,191 ,76,89 2, 57 0,64 9,169
Ousd uiigepne........ ....................9285 1,6 33 10 53,9 4,6 9,212 24,3 526,1
Comaunloatlon eervloe..................o.............9,380,923 5,140,989 1,475:470 2,158:6 1,051,602 2,1748,470 1,920,917 43021 4108,6 712366 271, 353 873,056
Sployeee welfane expfes ..................... 19,182,650 5,286,940 1,112,344 27.83,68 3917,95 3 8 13 0 14,156 3674 58,838 182,773 1,108,39
8.is-eeeaconig................... 8,8,00.2,8612166 239,5 33 20689 8 6,7 18 340


Malaentn and superalnof fees... .... ..............6,61 7 0493019 32,516 173,316 35,944 61,67 2 321,701 2,270 246 11,642 176,01,
Unoolleo lte revenues ............................ ......49,59 20,129 50,055 19,355 27,904 125,166 37,079 22,228 9,161 62,352 25,22 63,372
Reulator expenses .................................... 299,320 12,526 8 170,0 39,8690 90,316 23,850 6,556 17,64 28,051 11,521 ,22,88
p oag -a ore expen.s............ .... ............... 56.381 28869 8693 16,3549 .79 21 14 784 3,1
other general expenc e............................ ?2,,87 2,960,34 7814 718,932 20,20? 1370484 1,3181,476 81,4+ 52 1211
Opertn ents .............................. 917.122 261 112020 287,186 15014 5029 4 35 2357 6414
Joint opeauting expens--Debt ............... .... ..123,594 99,550 24,044 2,556 89,403 7,531 12 8,861
Joint operating epnse-Credit ...................... 143,311 120,053 2, 258 29,091 88,562 2,00 2,674 17 300 3,500

TOtal gdm nitr atve sd feneal ................... 76,654 42,690,11 10,252,408 20,694,15 8,082,05.9 17,816,762 16,791,290 4,271,940 3,056,425 4,903,732 1,855,917 6,407,12
U vn d l total ................................. *.. 782,813,761 421,794,309 115,632,698 24,386,754 68,859,367 172,552,418 180,382, 24 4,394,84: 36,13?,183 60,220,192 24,919,272 76,73,261


o Defic1t Or Othe e vers e im. .




16 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 9.--PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western R E G I O N 8
Item districts district region district New Middle Rock
-England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern mountain Pacific
Number of carriers represented ...................... 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
DEBITS
Equipment rents--Intercity--With drivers............. $4,776,529 $2,855,255 $849,458 $1,071,816 $332,552 $1,297,069 $1,225,634 $178,096 $355,512 $39,860 $45,623 1452,725
Equipment rents--Interoity--Without drivers ......... 8,150,033 2,927,619 1,276,513 3,945,901 265,163 957,335 1,705,121 638,271 263,736 1,226,447 703,845 1,113,602
Other purchased transportation--Interelty:
Payments to motor carriers and others ............ 408,836 127,586 21,969 259,281 57,299 30,780 30,507 7,604 19,468 18,7M4 17,062 196,413
Payments to railroads and water carriers ........ 391,810 317,311 1,152 73,347 197,318 68,377 51,616 42,675 26,000 19,747 d 5075
Equipment rents-Pickup and delivery--With drivers 4,598,130 2,767,000 781,218 1,049,2 113,338 618,59 1735,067 43,269 208,259 264,73 55,37
Equipment rents-Pickup and delivery--Without drivers 2,807,211 1,961,453 260,037 585,721 112, 681 1,212,759 636,013 125,521 93,097 109,701 208, 73 48,926
Other purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to motor carriers and others .............. 12,532,741 6,565,224 1,664,687 4,302,830 829,119 2,742,456 2,993,649 802,474 856,499 1,574,643 222,107 847,107
Allowances to shippers ........................... 511,648 210,811 151,798 149,039 17,105 193,706 7,103 22,778 103,166 4,897 11,095
Total debits........................................ 34,176,938 17,732,259 5,006,832 11,437,847 2,207,470 6,953,476 8,571,313 2,235,013 1,845,349 3,357,034 1,257,400 2,743,051
CREDITS
Equipment rents--Credit:
Rents receivable for intercity revenue vehicles... 1,449,017 456,224 370,275 620,518 14,544 60,546 383,134 58,744 48,944 137,500 57,325 318,005
Rents receivable for pickup and delivery revenue
vehicles ....................................... 39,053 22,387 13,271 3,395 148 7,591 14,648 600 205 2,524 66
Total credits .................................... 1,488,070 480,611 383,546 623,913 14,692 68,137 397,782 59,344 49,149 137,500 59,849 318,071
Net debits ....................................... 32,688,868 17,251,648 4,623,286 10,813,934 2,192,778 6,885,339 8,173,531 2,175,669 1,796,200 3,219,534 1,197,551 2,424,980

d Deficit or other reverse item.








TABLE 10. -DEPRECIATION EXPENSE COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
districts district region district New Middle Moky
SEgland Atlant Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rocfi
.....nti Mountain Paic
Number of carriers represented ...................... ....... 536 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
Depreciation of structures .......................... $1,570,167 $891,065 $187,022 *492,080 $153,920 $299.906 $437,239 *89,385 $71,418 $136,571 650,977 8143,72,
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight ......................................... 39,706,866 19,972,214 7,649,632 12,085,020 3,528,896 8,543,132 7,900,186 1,740,263 1,689,809 3,072,234 1,100,871 4,481,843
Passenger ................................................- 8,4,3 710,8 -,4,6 1,8,0 3,-,3 1,0,7 4,481.84
Combination...................................... 3 3
Depreciation of service care and equipment.......... 1,568,585 840,316 243,186 485,083 192,422 342,554 305,340 81,105 60,504 120,720 31,628 191,126
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment ........... 427,156 203,587 51,142 172,427 32,893 81,277 89,417 28,761 19,993 46,716 15,086 61,871
epe tion of furniture and office equipment..... 1,143,492 605,746 198,136 39,610 105,390 266,686 233,670 67,099 49,220 100,526 37,769 84,996
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ............. 1,092,250 484,522 190,813 416,915 89,473 206,737 188,312 83,522 35,512 133,923 32,070 131,888
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property 860,617 339,719 151,391 369,507 66,739 151,845 121,135 54,015 48,112 80,505
Depreciation of undistributed property ............... 0 8,17 178,701
Total ............................................. 46,372,136 23,337,169 8,671,322 14,363,645 4,169,733 9,892,137 9,275,299 2,144,150 1,974,568 3,691,195 1,276,575 5,277,15




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 1953 1

TABLE 12. -REVENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N S
districts district region district New Middle e lt..England_________ .Atlanti. Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Macific
Number of carriers represented ..................... 5.36 338 62 136 91 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
Equipment acquired during the year:
Trucks Number of units ................ .., 1,07 405 608 265 430 376 89 62 243 36 78
.. . .. . .. 5 1 3 ,38.3 $78,039 $483, 7 22ifi liiiiiii iiiiiil iiii i i
cost:........................... ,196:91 $2,767,280 $973,432 $1,456,203 $727,627 $1, 220,825 $818,828 $ 37 $65,72 $65 iii i
Truck tractors Numbr of uni......................... 450' 2,755 578 1,171 379 1,347 1029 222 222l379 9 254
Cost ........................ $22,884,306 12,821,565 $2,819,072 $7,243,669 $1,965,992 $6,565,983 $4,2899 $1,123.2) $988,412 $2,095,345 $880,857 $2,155,822
Semitrailers Number of units .......6,244 3,737 1,008 1,499 532 1,754 1 51 226 220 424 138 491
cost .......................... ,25,666,932 $15,o49,566 $4,377,232 $6,240,134 $2.074,091 $7.273,890 $5,?01,585 $970.590 $89,5,712 42,023,867 4450,725 $1,899,240
Full trailers Number of units ............... 25 1 24 1 1...
Cost .............................117,935 $3,000 114,935 $3,000 $1,000
Other equipment Cost.......................... ....273,233 $121,256 $15,888 $136,089 $7,282 $86,534 $27,440 $62,413 $24,024 431,468 $3.304 ....
Total cost of all equipment acquired .......... $54,139,321 $30,762,667 $8,185,624 $15,191,030 $4,774,992 $15,147,232 $10,840,443 $2,329,619 $1,986,187 4634,067 $1,401,608 $4,839,549
Equipment retired during the year:
Trucks Number of units................ 1..,313 605 245 463 208 256 141 68 179 5 ,24
Cost .......................... 2,166,588 $972,808 $461,456 $7,2,.324 $335,495 $4,900 187,413 $81,37 ,,?,_45.? $24,354 5.47 $847
Truck tractors Number of units ............... 226 1,480 288 758 21 701 561 125 4
Cost$...............................$8,636,931 ,8,3 $891,343 *2,909,705 $811,357 $2,543,020 1,41,506 S497,088 $421,776 1,.080,625 $143,712
Semitrailer. Number of units ....... ..... .3164 1,982 476 706 88 939 655 75 95 437 58 41',5 +
Cost .................. 7,354,791 4,845,28 01,057,393 *.,45P,1?o *1,026, 15 *2,433,826 1,384,987 $160,875 4221,095 ;838,633 $95,767 $135,600
Pull trailers Number of units ............... 21 1 20 20
Cost .......................... $58,665 4,423 54,242 $4,423 $54242
Other equipment .Cost.......................... $115,452 $46,389 $10,33" 158,729 $8,262 $17,804 $20,323 $25,o60 '$9,766 $8,197 $1,560114
Total cost of all equipment retired j/ ....... $18,332,427 $10,704,731 $2,420,526 $5,207,170 $2,181,529 $5,444,550 $3,078,652 $764,402. $720,054 $2,169,009 $296,536 $1,257,169
Equipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units ............... 15,869 7,595 2,334 5,940 1,789 3,056 2,750 858 856 1,506 .....495 2,225
Cost .......................... $39,220,543 $17,633,049 $4,918,653 $16,668,841 $,,531 $8,022,992 $5,169,526 $1,459,824 $1,329,5 $2,669,318 $923,383 $10,286,772
Truck tractors Number of units ............... 28,505 16,449 4,395 7,661 2,734 6,556 7,159 1,788 1,'494 2,127 716 ,136
Cost .......................... $126,950,928 $69,273,877 $20,377,299 $37,299,752 $13,630,318 $30,794,270 $24,8:49,1289 $7,050,449 $5,615,016 $8,742,307 $3,866,991 $12,02, 989
Semitrailers Number of unite ............... .43,405 25,618 6,713 11,074 4,188 9,76 3 11,674 $ 2560 2:034 52,873 11 ,497
cost.......................... $145,655,565 $80,748,437 $25,632,571 $39,274,557 $12,565,906 $32,681,44 1 35,501,090 $8,191,569 $6,916,707 9,582,3 00 $4,031,270 $10,552,711
Full trailers Number of units ........ 893 68 11 814 68 24 790
Cost .......................... .3, 431,1 22,6 16 6 $51,33277.637 $2842 '133,434 5,35 $1830915 1633 ,2415,092
Other equipment Cost.......................... 112 41 93314 7,6 55,37 $18,235 -5,0 2108,090 116 2
Total cost of all equipment owned ............ $316,475,385 $168,195,244 $51,044,478 $97,235,663 $30,692,125 $71,691,545 $65,811,574 $16,959,192 $14,009,357 $21,110,555 $8,881,721 $36,274,838

j/ See footnote No. 1 to table 4.





STATISTICO 0C LASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR5 ENDED DEOIBDO 31, 1953

TABLE 13 ,-EPLOYESS: AVERAGE BOMBER, TOTAL COPENGATIOM, AD AVERAGE OMPENSATION BY 0LASSES
COMMON9 CARRIERS OF GENERAL "RMOGT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WI1TH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALL!
BY DTBTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All district. Eansten district sou~thern region Western district 153 ErWland region Middle Atlantic reSgionI
Classification Of employee. 1 Tutm aenig T Tgta0 I a""Sn aAu nube hor 41nn noi nme or nul ubr hu~ . iBH1 nm t.1 Total
nube hur Ompn annual number ohour. a5se hn. Tna rcig veo.ng o acoo toa Anag terms Htltal iig
Hf 0?das uto ope- of or dm7. uto aunn O or Hays mutn oome- f Hra *mno A n- rdy mi~ B~D' H ours e99
adl fuamttn. e inem adfrmto 0 m ad forT a ton e In ft o l 06 paid m atio tion M...m o -stion.I
Number of errier. represented ........535 338 62 135 91 126
Equipment aintenOand Se
BUpumincry. ......2D 4 5 145,9 :32 815 $6,563 240 8:70,06? $1,714,013 $7,142 851 15,077 $306,534 $6,010 2204 60,266 81,228,268 $6,021 40 11.231 6274,96g $6 87' 110 3,3 83 26,2641 310,64 9Z 74 8f1 2.23b,900 3,292,790 4.060 2,97 5601,689 11,290,349 4,710 $84 1.441.5 2,473,21a 4,238 1,493 36741 6695,'
Achn.o (inudn 2:r~n foem7 .. 67 1,2,0 4 31 O 9 1 ,422 1.459,373 3.890 118 2B 679 406,705 3,447 ~ 69 1,101,371,462 .74 47 107,142 163,637 342 202 449,037 6.9
Ohrs(nudn lrulepa s... 51 1.6674 1,903,0H2 3,674 235 52.6 O8,003 3,438 67 1,09 217,533 3,247 216 4o6,280 8e7,546 4063 31 60512 9923 322 142 3.620 459,323

Tr..prnimo.y ... .......BD 1,719 490,618 9,924,712 5,774 i1 18 321,697 6,726,935 5,911 157 43,0 835,474 5.321 4124 125,221 2,362,303 5571 212 5745 1,164,98 4 9$ 426 119,20 2.638,394
Dri................. . .252 954 6,82,545 135,09,6915,15510913 37337,920 73,49,3935,2593094 9353,02029,7 ,7599,94 7,8B 19597,05,42302,0525726 ,210 8,51,699 114,4630409031 1,863931 8.3 :.02.
Helerslie huiJ. . .67 158414 2,63591 3.81 25 70682218 36611 3,0563 36.1 6 99,82 2.38610992380 1,27,98.318 31 718:24310 1"13 32,06 7 6060
OrvemPI~kuP and .eney :24,300: 5737,0 10,051116 .65 154 32195,296 631"3 .170 4,6.,0 ,4,5 30294 366 717 1,4g4 29,917,072 16 1,801 ,330,72 80O663 45,7 132,62 5
Helperm-PlnkUP and delivery 1,256... 2,747.080 4.4,1 3383 94 1969,223 3,31 0 3 0 262 663,791 792,256 3,04 4 1,4 4,9 3078 6,8 9,0 3,657 652 1,778,795 2:97113 Others (inniuding cleriosn aplymYe061 .... 439 1,088,089 2.094,000 4,770 217 538,559 967,7 4:6 64 155,207 231,436 3,616 158 394,343 894,689 5. 663 16 41.292 45,6 2.823 34 74,,461 6B4,315
T ermi . 0 .9 7,40 1,7.54 575 1.3 9.1 7,545,313 6.119 465 132,542 2,468,50 5,39 ~ 288,245 5,364,671 5402 221 59.91l 1,207,854 5,6 450 126,108 2,887,349
lf r emly................. 1953D4,1007 8.39111,06 101172,033741,3172 ,17 3,738.37028195,49 3,43647 1399,11 2452,50 40431253.07,3551230.3,514013,68,0
Cleri~al. . . . . .9,089 1973,693873, 24.U94120901.49 1510.63 3110161D,61.0 917,77 3,03 3240709,24,04 7 318554 1.51275,52605 2802,6 3.63340,66,3
159 43,9 4: 93 2,02.44 2,9,8 3,9 20 4,24 5619 ,7 99,67811,1 6 15,3 0,7 ,5 1180 .8,4
Flatiny. . 0 5 55,6 4,9,18 76 30 14 890,I3 21,79310 763 i 0327 11934,729 9,29 1 3859 8228 63769896 4133 674 14 4.8 ,4,8
h aliot 0s ............ p 9 532 io628 8 1134,91 ,27 108 1,6 6034 3,3 14 2535 3907 ,717 498 ,00 3,7 12 (138,2004,5,74
Others~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~8 28 677,9Ze9misulaee)... 3742.15 1,1111 ,48 14 O2,il 73:09 1210 6169,0 76312986,58,73 4,2.1522,71 7610,4,65 40 4364642
............ .... 0 39 269 9 1,7,6 5,7 15 67988 00,9056 3113 87 24210 516.4 7 6 10034 7 303 5724 5,3725,6 11823 56 68 19,27 95 6
Oter Inor doguoro. eplyes).,757 3124,94 ,41475340 2815,3810763,398 3,720,89 43,26 3,98 18637,9)63,14 3.5928 6,24 0,082,66 13 9947 54.2
Ofiore se eC o atnrs...128.6.62.1,.9.50 1378.7911750 1,2872 1,38 63 4683 222,83 1394 36 8.234,4144 1,47 3.911.09 2.772i 1,66;8
Solr. . . . 555 1560 b18333,1 58 3,24 388 7072,?22 1,48066 3,0931 958 232,231 ,96 3,905 165 3,096 9,62,413 333 68 18 96 11.372 2,87 152 4 186 1 14C80 t O others y .. D 6 1,403268 2,2,0 3,2 34 72,60 1,227 3,517 3U8 12,2 17897 2,98 273l 94896 92646 3,9 735 15,347.7 ,12 6,3 1.2
9,264.. 2, 659,676 363,814 6,888 4,95 1.3 3662,4 7,3900 1,1 72 38823 9,9524 6,62 2,9 18,0548 6,81 90 6,3,33 71 1926.)1 240 2 Otea Il uding eotl.. .P-j1)... 44 4,351,111 1 52.879 14 ZQ2 ?3.84 4394 38o 5 9,557 3,56 0 1 14 4 3 13,16,2 437 8,2.093108 32,3 200399,3.9
Hourl) .eas..Tta 233 ,9, 42,933,901 0625 .97,5,6 232,631 .1 3 6,564,289 33,2 ,0 39748 5,1369 52,24 4,20,0
570rm. reio 2~tnstr re3,ion Hid.eser r28o 61theser resnBoy o reio 50hi is 327



NIbe .f Harir represent 12197 3198 223 32,6 2,61 334 13 33z1' 72 1
Daopo aisory. . . ....0 96 26,879 $6546 8,23 1 8 84, 01 $643 25 73 019 2 6:,998 2 19,227 $324,648 612 90 52.174= 19 :16:86 779z 52,2464 .2519,51
Nenhanlon ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4,9 15.420gsotig oemn)a., 1,6'353,303,5577 490620 99,62 1,9,638,53 30374,7 129,84 4,42 45 ,22,0 223,8059:.39112,24 1:92 94 Z16:196,74,1
Her loyest. ..tl:::::...... 294 55,4 ,0727 4398 8 1 0,14 20759 4,2T6 56,4538 23,439:O 3,61 161 1 70 527,81 3,7854 1 5 135 5 4,309 14,62 37,1103 9,3,9

Other sificion elrO emply.. Tot 62eag 134,83 249,41 4,023 20 4,86 7791 3,9r2a4802,5e,83 39 ta 87:595 146.06 I,7 16eag =6 69,513l 4,4 12I6,4
Trnprtto 50 1501 ,2,97 587 0 6,29 942 7 1,32 2677 ,1 15 4,30 501 4,2 A 12.1a7 26006 6.68t9l
Hunernimoo7. . . .-ou 149h03,8,2 ,eo139 2798 ,uo,,,., Annual number. 5,26 901be 2,5a,44 Annual h,4ou8,691460,1

Numberm--riok and epeste ........... 13l 2323 0094 31026-- --- 4 1933 1307 0 3 8,63 9,333093

Eupmeatfm ml ym anrge. ... ... 4,0 11,26,89 21605,436 46,34 1,20 306,7 58 $,76 29 $6405 989 2,399,958 39,9 ,2 18 1,40 3971 ,18 3,9:2,36 642,7,6 ,6,7 ,5 ,9 ,9,13 7,0 106 kotmm. . . 3 7,5330 710662 302 16 20 7 3627 324 5 113,266 12,069 2,16 7 16 59 1762,067 ,482 4314 7,4 33 18 0,27 5.
up'", tar1f m5 2801teg 8 ,7 8 777 10093 04 210,89 .50 2,7 0924 1.0 1,3
uprIsr. . . 99 28,22 83.7 8,451 192474 19.201:4 12,915719
8alotor 43 3956 2aT,2 ,86 48 3982 74,24 5,67 9 277 271,67439 21 6400 9041 ,32 68 5,44 .1" 8,14
Stersc empoyui o.................. 69 51,692 10,83741 398 48 17,75 .3196 4398 18 1836 5738 318 4 291 11:2 ,7 ,8 ,0 320 4 0,6 7
Others . 77 13 6 437,91 5,68 238,36 121,506 5,2835 19 0 .521 88,031 4,6336 25 87,58 146016 69 15 4,687 5 77459 5165 6,344,0
Ot irncoluding clerical employees) .... 9 19660 23,058 3,523 210 728 7,8 ,1 1 689 1296 332 6 1579 210081 36 16 33,13 59596 34985 431 922631 16 0,98

BOffIses'u, ..m.a arer ... 0. 31 8801 ,062 4,923,559 15,34 83U 22,460 1 ,196 13,966 62 1877 57683 9,28599 1290 6,01 10,647 26 82.106 29042 11,343 70 0,81 1,1706 Orl.-o-4tl. ....... 15,188 2,393293 3,.873 53.26 132 27,58 1 1.384 2.675 3265 2,79778.99320 703,89 57117 79 1,67 1,0713 26,38 91 299,31 4629086 3,3 2 ,451 947,5669 1,757,28
OH.ers. .e al /............ 1 31,678 2 434 3,943 84 174,712 2746195 3,269 0,9 14,4 3,3 98 6,197,2 9320443 ,2086 32,117 10209 3,865 21 3,956 88,71
Dily-ieu b asi d deivr I/t. ..... 5,82 6172 1588,1 7,65 574 55,461 ,3,889 6,653 43 1,68 ,2,460 5,686 87 261728 4,97073 9,1 261 8,48 1,645,258 6,306 278 261,754 5,965.30 Houer-ly b a n deotlivr V4,325--- 933 3,53363
5299,77..... I4,2 60..3,9,29 2599,2.462.129,89 1968,9 4293,72 1,3457 0,1399 ,70 291 ,389402,8,54 ,79 89911,1,48 4321,7
he/ (Inclu.drivesadhleeo etlmpromng pauucrnsotto ervne ify.0 they arm pa8d separa3el by repndn an lolue on its payroll, 490 :58 8.2 3 HOTE.--The~~~~~36 23ba 68 deieae thos map1o9se2 reported en9 a7.9 634.433 l throum r ore n nhulybme




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEEBER 31. 1953

TABLE 14.--OPERATING STATISTICS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCI)'ALLT IBY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E GI 0 N S
Xte5 districts district region district New Middle Csr
England Atlantis Central Northwestern Kid-Western Southwestern N___of carriers represented .......................... 536 338 62 136 126 121 31 26 33 13 33
number of trucks and truck traotors in
ercity revenue service:
Owned power unite
In operation ................................... 23,420 13,484 M 6,4O1 3,069 5,345 5,070 1,305 1,130 1,736 614 1,616
Undergoing repairs ............................. 1,170 677 204 289 126 225 326 78 31 83 37 60
Stand-by ....................................... 1,003 589 154 260 105 206 278 55 39 59 6 45
Total power units--owned .................... 25,593 14,750 3,893 6,950 3,300 5,776 5,674 1,438 1,200 1,878 713 1,721
Rented power units without drivers--In operation 1,004 392 103 509 44 127 221 79 2 2.41 1 57
Rented power units with drivers-In operation .... 252 157 37 58 18 63 76 16 2
Total number power units intercity nevenue
service ..................................... 26,849 15,299 4,033 7,517 3,362 5,966 5,971 1,533 1,241 2,121 831 1,791
r of revenue trucks and tractors owned at close
oryear;
Intercity service ................................. 26,100 15,098 3,97g 7,027 3,343 5,922 5,833 1,457 1,241 1,922 666 1,741
Local service ..................................... 18,274 8,946 2,754 6,5?4 1,180 3,690 4,076 1,189 1,109 1,711 545 2,020
Total number of trucks and truck tractors owned 44,374 24,044 6,729 13,601 4,523 9,612 9,909 2,646 2,350 3,633 1,211 3,761
e-miles operated in intercity
svine (loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks ......................................... 82,730,352 35,9149,086 3,926,687 42,854,579 13,555,606 18,643,618 3,749,862 824,493 441,907 743,746 288,658 40,555,775
Tractors ....................................... 1,181,088,990 563,474,167 236,983,990 380,630,833 86,075,369 215,640,503 261,758,295 69,924,970 62,342,056 103,778,846 42,248,834 102,336,127
Total miles operated Owned vehicles ....... 1,263,819,342 599,423,253 240,910,677 423,485,412 99,630,975 234,284,121 265,508.157 70,749.463 62,783.963 104,522,592 42,537,492 142,891,902
Rented without drivers:
Trucks ............................... 4,737,670 1,186,629 387,789 3,163,252 232,548 582,463 371,618 1,484 762 3,161,o06
Tractor....................................... 69,204,327 21,283,552 7,274.,073 40,646,702 1,555,653 6,899,873 12,828,026 4,504,535 1,535,913 17,804,322 14,112,337 2,689,595

Total miles operated Rented without drivers 73,941,997 22,47O,181 7,661,862 43,809,954 1,788,201 7,482.336 13,199,644 4,504,535 1,535,913 17,805,806 14,113,099 5,850,601
Rented with drivers:
Trucks .......... i ............................... .,024,814 606,505 46,823 371,486 62,133 350,209 194,163 141,949 83,821 35,000 110,716
Tractors ....................................... 15,793,297 8,991,963 3,235,809 3,565,525 1,088,770 3,323,240 4,579,953 661,997 1,298,833 56,966 42,840 1,504,889
Total miles operated Rented with drivers .. 16,818,111 9,598,468 3,282,632 3,937,011 1,150,903 3,673,449 4,774,116 661,997 1,440,782 140,787 77,840 1,615,605
Driveaway ....._................_...... ..... .. -_Total miles operated All vehicles in Interoity
highway.service ............................. 1,354,579,450 631,491,902 251,855,171 471,232,377 102,570,079 245,439,906 283,481,917 75,915,995 65,760,658 122,469,185 56,728,431 150,338,108
--Rall and water services .......................... 1,976,546 1,675,676 4,606 296,264 991,815 369,869 313,992 257,145 38,809 310
o f revenue freight carried in Intercity service I/ 51,730,54?7 31,101,231 6,651,972 13,977,344 5,247,384 11,505,612 14,348,235 3,746,589 2,123,655 3,588,468 864,624 3,654,008
t revenue from Intercity service .................. $908,049,804 $482,010,317 $139,013,236 $287,026,251 $77,226,712 8196,090,599 $208,693,006 053,716,700 $40,183,710 $69,141,665 $29,604,900 $94,379,276
expenses (including depreciation, amortization,
operating taxes) / ............................. $881,447,784 $470,444,552 $132,779,475 $278,223,757 $77,231,904 $192,350,136 $200,862,512 $52,537,668 #40,533,532 $67,741.863 $28,334,903 $89,075,791
AVERAGES
ht revenue per intercity vehiole-aile .............. $0.669 $0.761 $0.552 $0.609 $0.746 $0.798 $0.735 $0.705 o.61 $0.565 S0.522 80.628
ses per intercity vehicle-mile L/ ................. $0.65O $0.743 $0.527 $0.590 $0.746 $0.783 0.708 $0.690 $0.616 $0.553 80.499 80.592
ee miles Per owned vehicle per annum ............. 49,381 40,639 61,883 60,933 30,191 40,562 46,794 49,200 52,320 55,656 59,660 83,028

includes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Class I motor carriers.
asic 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.





20 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE I4-A.-OPERATING STATISTICS SUPPLEMENT COMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY / BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

All R E G 1 0 N 8
All Eastern Southern Western
districts district region district NOW Middle Central North- outh-Rocky
England Atla tic western Western ysjp, Mountain Pacific
Number of carrier, represented ................... 294 175 40 79 43 62 70 23 16 20 4
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by line haul vehicles: /
Vehicles--Owned ............................ 10,199,887 7,566,156 1,124,965 1,908,766 1,294,437 3,034,414 3,237,305 716,087 276,186 433,0 108,575 374,
Vehicles--Rented without drivers ........... 452,44 332,286 25,061 95,096 146,965 77,039 108,282 4,664 236 48
Vehicles--Rented with drivers ............... 15,66 13,825 156 1,682 52 4,493 8,?00 1,577 105 -4
Number of miles in line haul service
by pickup and delivery vehicles: 3/
Vehiole-Owned ............................ 11,944,549 7,639,062 2,212,840 2,092,647 210,078 6,018,073 1,410,911 143,518 147,026 536,762 24,218 1,241,1
Vehlolee--Rented without drivers ........... 932,823 928,802 4,021 535 841,335 86,932
Vehicles--Rented with drivers .............. 43,733 43,733 105 43,628
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by pickup and delivery vehicles: g/
Vehicles--Owned ............................ 35,469,372 19,098,017 5,020,552 11,350,803 2,469,898 7,413,691 9,214,428 2,614,327 2,109,985 3,343,695 562,647 2,720,14
Vehliles-Rented without drivers ........... 1,951,303 1,130,063 185,901 635,3 69,283 607,967 452,813 135,546 62,966 274, 973 143,032 18,8U
Vehicle--Rented with drivers .............. 985,107 601,586 152,477 231,044 98,420 125,174 377,992 94,566 50,747 65,472 2,826 17,433
Freight revenue from Interoity serviceTruck load ..........................20661,046 $120,654,824 4,733,882 79,272,340 16,198,584 $50,188,711 54,267,529 14,20336 9545,74 19,55444 $7,416,195 28.552,59
Lese truok oad.............................. $564,566,602 $293,289,218 *90,266,196 0181,011,188 $42,035,732 $116,811,786 $134,441,700 $36,123,422 $27,310,24 442,613,014 $16,958,615 $58,005,893
Tons of Intercity revenue freight carried-Tu1k load : : .............................. 19,322,787 11,601,638 2,399,967 5,321,182 1,580,245 4,235,805 5,785,588 1,699,807 669,012 1,221,339 199,999 1,531,025
Les truck loa ............................ 23,755,714 13,447,109 3,632,372 6,676,233 2,123,175 4,898,171 6,425,763 1,819,178 1,220,932 1,839,499 326,999 1,469,625
Number of intercity shipments carriedTruL k load / .............. ............. .1,730,227 1,073,94- 251,122 405,161 171,551 395,410 506,983 140,163 58,524 96,455 16,735 93,284
Lees truck cad .................................87,688,730 43,887,233 14,137,334 29,664,163 7,028,441 16,260,796 20,597,996 7,000,580 5,678,658 8,476,23 1,465,455 7,043,227

See "SereEation of Carriers" Introductory Statement.
Includes hours driven by regularly assigned pickup and delivery drivers and hour driven by line haul drivers detached from regular duties and assigned to pickup and delivery service. SInludes 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.loade means any shipment which moves on a single bill of lading and weighs 10,000 pounds or more (billed weight).





STATISTICS OF CLASS T MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953







COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED A ND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRA NSPOR TA TION














TABLES 15 TO 26-A, INCLUSIVE






These tables are restricted to carriers operating with owned and leased 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 42,500,000 appear in Table 30.

21







STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CA JRIERS OF PROPER= FOR THS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 15.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western R EGI O N B
Item districts district region district Nw Middle Central Northwestern id-Western Southwestern R acifi
England Atlantic Mt-eton 8u~een .1ontain......

umber of carriers represented ...................... 564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 1
ASSET SIDE
current assets Total .............................. $183,188,515 $98,465,091 022,985,444 $61,737,980 $6983,920 130,156,590 #61,324,581 $5.523,771 $16,236,225 *14,611,062 11,567,544 $13,799,378
angible property:
Carer operating property........................ 411,940,210 203,431,977 61,155,449 147,3 2,784 18,056,294 64,771,233 120,604,450 17,009,284 31,824,500 25,269,814 26,123,463 47 125,72
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 189,164,151 90,662,795 27,960,732 70,540,624 9,285,306 30,114.664 51,262,825 9,200,433 15,683,280 10,646,942 12,249,245 22,760:6N
Net carrier operating property ................ 222,776,059 112,769.182 33,194,717 76,812,160 8.770,988 34,656,569 69.341,625 7.808,751 16,141,220 14,622,872 13,874,218. 24,365,099
Carrier operating property leased to others ......
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ -------eonearrier property .............................. 5,487,116 1,647,419 281,336 3,558,361 377,578 278,858 990,983 371,732 702,842 887,271 334,918 1,261,598
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 1,192,001 280,824 54,660 856,517 67,913 66,086 146,825 175,751 49,540 90,590 68,772 471864
Total tangible property lose reserve .... ...... 227,071,174 114,135,777 33,421.393 79,514,004 9,080.653 34,869,341 70,185,783 8,004,732 16,794,522 15,419,553 14,140,364 25,154,833
Intangible property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other 14,642,352 6,148,026 2,036,388 6,457,938 728,192 2$015,467 3,404,367 1,154,120 1,280,610 1,824,252 785,558 1,413,3
Reserve for amortization ......................... 7.140,615 3,005,644 981,646 3,153,325 297,933 967,365 1,740,346 515,753 667,721 835,800 424,762 709,289
Total Intangible property lees reserve ........ 7,501,737 3,142,382 1,054,742 3,304,613 430,259 1,048,102 1,664.021 638,367 612,889 988,452 360,796 704,109
investment seou ritles and advances Total .......... 26,417,692 10,27%,870 1,967,378 14,170,444 642,091 2,436,437 7,201,342 963,315 5.135,431 2,852,988 2,129,941 3,088,769
ferred debits Total ............................. 2,891,335 1,462,844 469,115 959,376 134,648 540,847 787,349 94,523 236,453 180,705 147,901 299,794
special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ...... 1,263,894 723,558 21,395 518,941 693 14,763 708,102 8,314 1,875 51,14o 452,488 5,124
Total assets ............................... .448,334,347 228,209,522 59,919,467 160,205,358 17,272,264 69,066,080 141,871,178 15,233,O22 39,017,395 34,103,900 28,799,034 43,052,007
LIABILITY SIDE
Current liabilities Total ......................... 146,164,269 80,070,383 18,273,059 47,820,827 6,586,127 24,342,o62 49,142,194 5,561,071 14,003,297 8,806,673 8.089,904 11,359,882
Avances payable Total ....................... ..... 14,435,530 9,432,003 610,568 4,392,959 I,U49,296 2,140,183 5,842,524 499,569 772,056 2,461,270 141,801 518,263
Equipment and other long-term obligations:
Equipment obligations ............................ 80,245,417 38,660,268 13,781,586 27,803, 563 2,991,914 12,750,077 22,918,277 1,514,381 6,488,320 3,793,903 3,192, 514 12,814 445
Bonds and other long-term obligations ......... .... 21,451,933 10,530,815 2,372,793 8,548,325 785,731 3,395,778 6,349,306 927,599 1,850,977 1,835,955 2,597,594 1,336,200
Total equipment end other long-ters obligations 101,697,350 49,191,083 16,154*,379 36,351,888 3,777,645 16,145,855 29,267,583 2,441,980 8,339,297 5,629,858 5,790,108 14,150,645

Defrred credits Total ............................. 3,136,729 1,525,270 291,877 1,319,582 106,320 371,121 1,047,829 296,812 338,284 183,413 190,772 310,301
Serves for insurance, injuries, loss and damage,
and other Total ......... ...... .... 8,119,174 3,805,511 1,494,213 2,819,450 256,912 1,185,329 2,363,270 389,277 573,952 485,797 706,769 663,655
Capital stook and nonoorporate capital:
Capital stock Total ........................... 50,377,160 26,762,024 5,476,698 18,138,438 2,909.382 7,190,745 16,661,897 2,126,369 2.352,362 5,625,603 2,570,200 5,463.904
Sole proprietorship capital ...................... 2,373,482 1,351,308 234,613 787,561 201,888 722,559 426,861 126.129 69,756 163,787 427,889
Partnership capital .............................. 2,998,885 2,061,793 226,933 710,159 1,152,949 908,844 18,837 308,809 296,344 86,169
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital .. 55,7o49,527 30,175,125 5,938,244 19,636,158 3,111,270 9,066,253 17,997,602 2,271,335 2,730,927 6,085,734 2,570,200 5,977,962
nappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus ................................ 5,687,125 2,925,128 835,536 1,926,461 382,053 1,154,027 1,389,048 373,392 237,348 178,033 235,846 901,842
Earned surplus ................................... 113,3414,643 51,085,019 16,321,591 45,938,033 1,602,641 14,661,250 34,821,128 3,399,586 12,022,234 10,273,122 11,073,634 9,169,457
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 119,031,768 54,010,147 17,157,127 47,864,494 1,984,694 15,815,277 36,210,176 3,772,978 12,259,582 IO,U51,155 11,309,48 10,071,299
Total liabilities .......................... 448,334,347 228,209,522 59,919,467 160,205,358 17,272,264 69,066,080 141,871,178 15,233,022 39,017.395 34,103,9O 28,799,034 43,052,007




24 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31; 1953

TABLE 16.-INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western R E GIO0 B
Item districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Rocky
England Atlantic r
Number of carriers represented ........................ 564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16
Land and land rights .................................. $11,092,340 $6,202,647 0915,477 $3,974,216 $306,163 $1,564,002 84,332,482 $266,938 *639,934 $1,209,275 $779,264
Structures ............................................ 40,077 425 22,191,682 4,833,219 13,052,524 1,973,320 5,886,290 14,332,072 1,834,582 2,693,805 3,386,708 2,448,502
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 5,746,544 3,127,919 522,952 2,095,673 326,123 874,474 1,927,322 303,360 363,020 478,761 293,429
Investment, less reserve ........................... 34,330,881 19,063,763 4,310,267 10,956,851 1,647,197 5,011,816 12,404,750 1,531,222 2,330,785 2,907,947 2,155.07 3
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 268,357,416 132,205,043 41,109,518 95,042,855 12,853,532 43,295,054 76,056,457 11,180,159 21,381,690 14,327,822 15,035,586 3,
Additions and betterments ........................ 63,683,327 28,290,685 10,035,303 25,357,339 2,385,354 9,839,787 16,065,544 3,564,432 3,698,902 4,146,939 5,907,511
Retirements 1/ .................................. 23,492,707 11,473,840 3,890,667 8,128,200 ,061,749 3,855,274 6,556,827 2,429,001 851,166 1,319,84 1,1 8995
Balance at close of year ....................... 308,548,036 149,021,888 47,254,154 112,271,994 14,177,147 49,279,567 85,565,174 12,315,590 24,229,426 17,154,916 19,804,102 3
Reserve for depreciation ....................... 161,801,729 77,001,236 24,460,136 60,340,357 8,151,035 26,085,630 42,764,571 7,551,168 13,553173 8,709,67 10,715,100
Investment, less reserve ..................... 146,746,307 72,020,652 22,794,018 51,931,637 6,026,112 23,193,937 42,800,603 4,764,422 10,676,253 8,450,242 9,089,002
Service oars and equipment ............................ 8,644,128 4,145,630 1,548,886 2,949,612 362,682 1,613,656 2,169,292 494,I01 675,422 624,797 371,517
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 3,770,411 1,748,297 641,299 1,380,815 163,782 678,881 905,634 218,393 314,338 27357?3 194,456
Investment, less reserve ........................... 4,873,717 2,397,333 907,587 1,568,797 198,900 934,773 1,263,658 275,708 361,084 351,224 177,061
Shop and garage equipment ............................. 5,003,822 2,272,215 637,359 2,094,248 248,310 615,915 1,407,990 274,684 415,956 467,475 306,210
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 2788,479 1,290,569 286,168 1,211,742 184,317 335,400 770,852 192,059 177,292 254,459 181,195
Investment, less reserve ........................... 2,215,343 981,646 351,191 882,506 63,993 280,515 637,138 82,625 238,664 213,016 125,015
Furniture and office equipment ........................ 17,273,156 9,012,269 2,949,867 5,311,020 524,819 2,745,253 5,742,197 614,136 1,304,408 1,171,866 866,364 1.
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 713,231 3,724,714 1,013,304 2,415,213 256,095 1,091,061 2,377,558 346,9:40 570,415 500,334 308,442
Investment, less reserve ........................... 10,119,925 5,287,555 1,936,563 2,895,807 268,724 1,654,192 3,364,639 267,196 733,993 671,532 557,922 6
Miscellaneous equipment ............................... 9,519,148 5,026,628 1,181,477 3,311,043 241,391 1,376,109 3,409,128 508,281 688,512 688,981 445,901 9
Reserve for depreciation ............................ 4,197,068 2,078,512 512,806 1,605,750 109,229 564,169 1,405,114 284,412 393,597 230,015 225,377
Investment, less reserve ........................... 5,322,080 2,948,116 668,671 1,705,293 132,162 811,940 2,004,014 223,869 294,915 458,966 220,524 3
Improvements to leasehold property .................... II,045,053 5,060,850 1,689,022 4,295,181 221,537 1,547,687 3,291,626 700,972 1,155,807 556,098 1,095,004
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 3,700,939 1,691,548 524,067 1,485,324 94,725 485,049 1,111,774 304,201 311,445 205,126 325,496
Investment, les reserve ........................... 7,344,114 3,369,302 1,164,955 2,809,857 126,812 1,062,638 2,179,852 396,771 844,362 350,972 769,508
Undistributed property ...................................... 4,530 4,530 4,530
Reserve for depreciation ............... ...... .........
Investment, leas reserve ................................. 4,530 4,530 4,530
Unfinished construction .................................. .732,572 493,638 145,988 92,946 925 138,224 354,489 21,230 9,698 6,599
Total Investment in carrier operating property ........ 411,940,210 203,431,977 61,155,449 147,352,784 18,056,294 64,771,233 120,604,450 17,009,284 31,824,500 25,269,814 26,123,463 47,:
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 189,158,401 90,662,795 27,960,732 70,534,874 9,285,306 30,114,664 51,262,825 9,200,533 15,683,280 10,646,942 12,243,495 22,.
Reserve for amortization .............................. 5,750 5,750 ...... 5,750
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserves for depreciation and amortization .. 222,776,059 112.769,182 33,194,717 76,812,160 8,770,988 34,656,569 69,341,625 7,808,751 16,141,220 14,622,872 13,874,218 24,.

i/ The differences between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those shown In table 24 result from accounting adjustments.




STATISTICS OF GLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 17.--INOME STATEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953



Iem All Eastern Southern Western ..... R 1 0 a
d itri t s di t ri t region di sri t N w middle Rock
_naland At tie Central Northwestern Mit-WVeteft Southwesten M n Pacifi

Number of carrier rereesented..................... 64 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 4 2..
CARRIER OPERATING INCOME
Revenue.
Operating revenues................................. $1,445,859,246 $837,808,072 $183,520,098 $424,531,076 $51,063,566 $246,525,307 5340,219,199 $51,979,677 $124,100,284 476,151,859 665,734,450 $106,564,806
Zs~enss
Operation end maintenance expenses ...................1,2Z2,816,257 763,618,253 161,760,803 367,.47,201 46,3214,328 223,1416,764 493,877,161 '46,839,851 110,3145,333 614,982,1.09 53,37 53~ 91,896,069
Depreciation expense ............................... 7,629,791 23,1463,964 7,919,589 16,2 .238 2,038,589 7,603,202 13,822,173 1,961,870 3,605,9 8 2,884,562 3,0,63 4,79,17
Depreciation adjustment ............................ d 2.518.178 d 1.123.374 d 286.979 d 1.107825 d 81.950 d 44t ? 8Z d 59.666 159,132 d 152.7V 4 167259
Amortization chargeable to operations ...............12,390 207207,670 -667 0Operating taxes and licenses ....................... 61,o70,956 29,470,:459 8,727,176 22,873,321 2,465,382 9,286,761 17,718:316 2,141,954 4,491,753 4,227,888 4.159,655 7,852,071
Total expenses ................................ .1,399,011,216 815.434,022 178.120,589 405,456,605 50,746,349 239,859,636 524,828.037 50,784.543 118,291,800 71,927,613 60,492,751 103,959,898
Net operating revenue ........................ 46,848,030 22,374,050 5,399,509 19,074,471 317,217 6,665,671 15,391,162 1,195,134 5,808,484 4,224,246 5,241.699 2,604,908
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit ............ 555,522 410,906 3,381 141,235 3,6OO 216,264 191,042 91 49,981 34,951 46,212 10,000
Lease of distinct operating unit--Credit ........... 35,080 12,072 891 22,117 12,072 6,361 9,953 4,967 536 300
Net carrier operating inoome .................. 46,327,588 21,975,216 5.397,019 18,955,353 313,617 6,461,479 15,200,120 1,201,4014 5,768.456 14,194,262 5.196,023 2,595,208
OTHER ORDINARY INCOME
Income from nonoarrier operations-Net ............. 295,484 50,393 31,378 213,713 11,939 32,785 5,669 2026 d 68 21,902 d 0.11 189,5 3
Interest income .................................... 619,688 222,047 88,719 308,922 3,341 56,825 161,881 9619 130,03 36,9
Dividend Income .................................... 285,116 68,102 49 216,96 1,01 67,071 291 209,723 105 6,816
Other nonoperating inooe .......................... 240,303 223,136 47 17,120 10,780 159,249 53,107 4,200 1,746 9,834 1,340
Total other ordinary income ................... 1,40,591 563,678 120,193 756,720 26,060 249,890 287,728 56,136 70,055 371,862 16,887 241,780
Gross ordinary income .......................... 47,768,179 22,538,894 5,517,212 19,712,073 339,677 6,711.369 15,487,848 1,257,540 5.838.511 4,566,124 5,212,910 2,836,988
DEDUCTIONS FROM ORDINARY INCOME
Interest ........... ..., .... ......... 6,010,270 2,874,611 960,433 2,175,226 245,766 948,316 1,680,529 264,453 488,060 314,579 337,706 770,428
Amortization of debt discount and expense .......... 47,578 30,257 10,709 6,612 1,679 12,925 15,653 907 ',115 1,290
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ............ 520 520 520
Other deductions ................................... 3,506,393 2,136,432 303,4"41 1,066,520 71,064 512,3146 1,550,022 117,660 197,526 572,989 81,141 97,204
Total deductions from ordinary income ......... 9,563,721 5,041,300 1,274,583 3,247,838 321,509 1,473,587 3,246,204 382,113 686,493 887,568 423,262 868,402
Net ordinary Income ........................... 38,204,358 17,497,594 4,242,629 16,464,235 18,168 5,237,782 12,241,644 875,427 5,152,018 3,678,556 4,789,648 1,968,586
EXTRAORDINARY INCOME
Extraordinary income credits ....................... 1,116,126 713,455 82,421 320,250 13,596 259,990 439,869 70,4145 55,322 48,315 21,259 i4,909
Extraordinary Income charges ....................... 508,957 2814,760 33,327 190,870 5 05 73,194 206,521 23,356 25,99 26,386 63,905 51, 24
Delayed income credits ............................. 1,605,163 242,800 235,568 1,126,795 33,C60 55,252 151,088 56,220 294123 156,589 268,21 51,12
Delayed income charges ............................. 51 ,063 166,010 1314,202 213,851 96,705 12,572 26,733 22,870 49,009 14,742 46,M71 80,516
Total extraordinary income .................... 1.698,269 505,485 150,460 1,042,324 d 54.69 199,.476 360,703 80,439 275,337 463,776 179,061 43.711
Net income before income taxes ................ 39,902,727 18,003,079 4,393,089 17,506,559 d 36.526 5,437,258 12,602,347 955.866 5,427.355 142.332 4,968,709 2,012,297
Income tlee / ................... I ................ 22,876,907 11,722,79 2,115,013 9,039,101 430,292 3,000,373 8,292,128 428,982 2,922,826 2,220,227 2,6568,638 808,428
Net Income ..................................... 17,025,820 6,280,286 2,278,076 8,467,358 d__66.818 2,436,885 4,310,219 526,884 2,504,529 1,922,105 2,310,071 1,203,869
Operating ratio I/ ........................ (percent) 96.76 97.33 97.06 95.51 99.38 97.30 97.15 97.70 95.32 94.45 92.03 97,56
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends ........................................ $3,723,1483 2,389,331 $424,907 $909,245 $32,980 $61,817 $1,894,534 $59,907 $63, 412 6377,200 6263,116 $145,610
Withdrawal, ......................................... 1,295,485 83,815 90,713 350,957 12,309 460,304 381,202 68,675 64,174 68,24 149,863
Total dividends and withdrawals ............... 5,018,968 3,243,146 515,620 1,260,202 45,289 922,121 2,275,736 128,582 127,586 445,1445 263,116 295,473

d Deficit or other reverse Item.
/ Does not include Income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement. E Total 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, 1953

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, 1953


A ll Eastern Southern W eastern R G 1 o0 N 8..... .. ....
Item dietriots district region district ... Middle Central Nothwestern Mid-Westorn Southwestern oPacific
........ England Atlantic Mountain...

Number of carriers represented ............................564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 1
Freight revenue--Inteoity--Comon carrier ....... ........ 1,431,701,152 $830,747,297 $182,489,635 $418,464,220 $50,333,168 *243,998,758 $536,415,371 $51,698,637 $123,394.402 475,198.230 *65,165,448 4103,007,503
Freight revenue--Interoity-Gontraot carrier .............. 2,753,879 1,118,034 222,282 1,413.563 161,059 443,833 513,142 69,886 274,450 1,069,22?
Freight revenue--Local cartage ............................ 5,731,072 2,344,516 114.555 3,272,001 457,039 812,674 1,074,803 90,994 261,763 869,435 256,171 1,793,638
Intercity Transportation for other Class I motor carriers 3,398,317 2,119,218 453,468 825,631 33,283 636,589 1,449,346 51,228 61,431 31,046 175,653 506,273
Other operating revenue...................................2,274,826 1,479,007 240,158 555,661 79,017 633,453 766,537 68,932 108,238 53,148 137,178 188,165
Total operating revenues ........................... 1,445,859,246 ?837,808,072 183.520,0981 424,531,076 51,063,566 246,525,307 540,219,199 51,979,677 124,100,284 76,151,859 65#734.,550 106,564,806








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, 1953


It e m A ll Eastern Sou then W estern R E G 1 0 N _
districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern R0cW Pacific
Eoland - Atlantic mountain
Number of carriers represented ............................ 564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 41
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ..................... $22,551,897 *10,051,076 $3,964,596 $8.536.225 $1.034,875 *3.277,612 $5,738,589 $900,105 $1,688,882 $2.012,000 $1.504,641 $2:430,597
Vehicle license and registration fees o...... ...............22.211,660 9,:934.842 2,585,839 9,690,979 436,451 3,093,149 6,405,242 762,942 1,644,127 1,146,422 1,969,528 4,167,960
Real estate and personal property taxes......................2,414,564 1,243.726 324.497 846,341 258,070 196,820 788,836 108,335 144,454 245.231 152,065 196,256
Social security taes ........................................12,098,565 7,031,184 1,629.51 .4.8.30 68.720:929,031 3,438,350 678,779 2,038,699 4,313,706 361,807 6902,491
Other taxes........................................ 1,794"270 1.209,631 223,213 361,426 57,207 680,481 471,943 8,765 132,735 42,607 22552 154, 767
Total operating taxes and licenses .................. 61,070,956 29,470,459 8,727,176 22,873,321 2,465,382 9,286,761 17,718,316 2,141,954 4,491,753 4,227,888 4,159.655 7,852,071
Provision for income taxes: /
Federal Income taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ............................... 19,991,7142 10,386,314 1,822,964 7,782,464 364.,353 2,532,595 7,489,366 405,054 2,540,617 1,745,280 2,357,962 733,551
Excess profits tax .................................. 2.,375,497 1,145.989 131,940 1,097,568 22,225 374,488 79.276 4,783 349.185 438,965 247,489 57.146
Total Federal income taes...................... 22,367,239 11.532,303 1,954,904 8,880,032 386,578 2,907,083 8,238.642 409,837 2,889,802 2,184,245 2.605,451 790,697
State income taxes ..................................... 4.90,089 172,317 160,109 157,663 35,678 93,290 43,349 18,608 32,177 35,960 53,187 17,731
Other income taxes ..................................... 19,579 18,173 1,406 8,036 10,137 537 847 22
Total provision for income taxes ....................1 22,876.907 11,722,793 2,115,013 9,039,101 430,292 3.000.373 8,292,128 428,982 2,922,826 2,220,227 2,658,638 808,428
Total taxes ........................................ 83,947.863 41,193,252 10,842,189 31,912,422 2.895,674 12,287,134 26,010,444 2.570,936 7.414,579 6.48.115 6,818,293 8,660,499

J/ Does not Inolude income taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.




STATISTICS OF CLASs I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR TIE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19)

.TABLE 20.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPESBES COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LXABED EQUIPMENT OR PURCOHAED TRANSPORTATION
ST DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western REG 0
Item districts district region district NOW Middle Cntral Nortarestern Kid-Western Bouthrestern a Paseii
_____________________________ ________________ lwand Atlantio uc
Number of carriers represented ................... 564 336 77 15]1 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 41
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Supervision .................................. $4,547,223 $2,236,46 $579600 $1,731,077 158 44 $461,170 $1,616,933 $231.502 $413,411 $45654 $30:,53 0389.,
Office and other expenses ........................ 361,304 184,574 60,635 116,095 16395 52,527 115 652 16,999 1007 .3 1
Repairs and servioing--Revenue equipment ......... 92,733,918 43. 711034 12,728,562 36,294,322 3,534 ,004 13,030,858 27 146,172 4,269,360 9,232,832 63971 6,6
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment ............... 34,960, 147 16,841,692 5,989,534 12,128,921 1,212,081 5,592,963 1006,68 1,2,963 3,383,039 2282754 2 6 7
Other maintenance expenses ........................ 5,218,80? 2,428,381 752,886 2,037,540 187:27 73 015 1,47,839 290,281 378,179 31362
Operating rents .................................. 1,888,696 1,011, 449 208,168 669,079 98 530 3 3,614 59 05 138,962 227,717 73,23 8026
Joint garage expense--Debit ...................... 50,779 5,905 4,87o 5,905 5 -90
Joint garage expense--Credit ..................... 95,102 27,893 67,209 5,498 7,415 14,980 12,000 -.
Total equipment maintenance ................... 139,665,772 66,391,688 20,319,385 52,954,699 5,207,387 20,257,732 40,926,569 6,290,067 13,63,225 9,426,587 9,785,964 13,818,86
TRANSPORTATION
Supervision ...................................... 15,376,929 10,508,897 1,352,702 3, 15,330 716,097 2,942,352 6,80,448 432 816 871,869 655,519 435949 1,119177
Office and other expenses ..................... 1,180,228 580,240 126 4173:953 35,469 176,771 368,000 2916 155,678 108,795 0S 3 1,461
0 54 67 24 1 2 12 ,6R
Drivers and helpers ............... ... 3 72,158 179, ,212 6758 88,84 ,3188 13 321,5 49 019 1166 14,494 17,0540 2 84
Fuel for revenue equipment .......8 ............... 48,456,067 23, 969,314 7,582,826 16,903,927 2,294,255 7,890,140 13,784,919 2,039,893 95 5,246 3,698,420 2:7 444 42,924
Oil for revenue equipment ............. .... 282 2,47 1,236,362 386,126 1,203,087 111,044 416,862 708:46 129691 254.452 178,47 217,638 27,49
Purchased transportation ......................... .339,01,27 230,848,2915 37930,069 70,235,910 7,674:845 69,114,980 154,058,4 10, ,141521,820 30,:25 ,7 g338: 8, 4
other transportation exp ..... 19,024,895 12,196,05 1,594,048 4,349,390 6,623,102 013,6 53,877 81,081 181,
Operating rents ..................... 947,370 510,473 121,577 315.320 115,833 158,523 36 ,117 34.32 35.463 53857 10,081 81595
Total transportation .......................... 729,545,496 459.362,851 83,457,141 186,725,504 25,492,643 134,579,212 299,290,996 23,890,026 61,605,935 30,632,197 24,563,814 46,033,532
TERMINAL
Supervision ...................................... 59,835,744 31,940,708 8087,442 19,807,594 1,806,620 8,364,197 21?,769,891 2,23),648 5,433,489 4,274,720 2.959,648 4,906,089
Supervisory salaries .......................... 20,482,903 11,502,237 2,889 520 6,091,146 718,674 3,109,427 7,674,136 743.,252 1,866,555 1,537,820 7669612 117 ,18
Salaries and ftees--Billing and collecting ..... 26,117,698 13,374,867 3 ,7 4,970 9,007,861 711,263 3,490,087 9,173,517 1,140, 314 2,129 9 1,98,029 1,388,163 2,365,896
Other office employees ........................ 13,235,143 7,063,604 1,462,952 4,708,587 376,683 1,764683 4,922,238 348,082 1,437,475 752,871 804,524 1365,635
Office and other expenses .............. ..... 7,544,067 4,070,379 1,129,007 2,344,681 192,395 1, 06 ,690 2,814,294 280.359 577,430 481,458 365,835 639,599
Salaries and wages--Platform employees ........... 98,13'9,321 53,794,467 13,167,094 31,177,760 3,499,102 14,718 209 35,577 156 4,123,524 7,607,616 5,574,438 5,117,355 8,754 ,827
Other terminal employees ......................... 4,409,383 2,618,144 660,495 1,130,744 173,424 645 430 1,799 290 132,492 23,078 214,448 178,012 322,714
Commission agents ...................... .... 8,448,307 4,519,095 1,305 880 2 6,332 12284 1,551,453 2,95 3- 8 536 759 5472 888,312 406,025 207,.13
Other terminal expenses .......................... 10,469,363 5,681,039 1,3365 345 .959 424 ,806 1,559,895 3,696, 338 518,027? 1,192,674 533,795 02,468 707,99
Operatingren. 14,0 210 8i020,944 1 3 36 3107 376 2,37410 5. 158 95 .342 1508,829 818,926 427,144 923,889
Oprain rents .................... 18,32,7410: 9
Joint terminal facilities-Debit ................. 1,185,096 98,633 122,998 963,465 15 314 16,239 67,080 13,497 467,769 473,584 .615
Joint terminal facilities--Credit. ........ ..... 488,280 290,832 35,218 162,230 8,130 600 282,102 113,098 16,854 32,278
Total terminal ................................ 203,602,211 110,452,577 27,635,199 65,514,435 6,623,191 30,293,923 73,535,463 8,320,151 17,088,238 13,253,866 10,413,217 16,438,963
TRAFFIC
Supervision ...................................... 25,943,750 14,752,849 3,613,126 7,577,775 1,021,046 3,419,763 10,312,040 946,580 2,264,689 1,610574 1,108,255 1,647677
Office and other expenses ................ 10, 915 3,774,711 1,397,869 3,338,335 292.452 1,504,146 3,978,113 504,025 960,949 662,752 530,738 679.871
Tariffs and schedules ............................ 2v.,489 134807 8,085 618,736 97,577 453,637 896,859 15,719 211 151 129,188 72,115 130,6
Advertising ................................... 3439,109 1,93 5,211 48:789 1,020,109 139,789 5397 2 1 255,690 4 7 20104 1683791 U82 295 2 791
Other traffic expenses............................. 3,093,694 2,090,376 327?89 67.S29 176 239 640, 48 1:2:4,689 10429 3 038 66,80 982 117:964
Operating rents .................................. 185,504 102,105 31,928 51,471 12,764 5,019 ,:,I __9 969 6, 2,5,14 19,929
Total traffic ................................. 45,577,866 26,103,325 6,192,586 13,281,955 1,739,867 6,592,745 17,770,713 1,789,119 4,094,520 2,644,230 1,916,169 2,837,917
INSURANCE AND SAFETY
Supervision ...................................... 6305,437 3,387,861 1,024,144 1,893:42 160,225 ?42.822 2,484,814 323,130 494,765 380,966 223,952 470,619
Office and other expenses ........................ 2.037,612 1,169,419 323,053 545,140 37:,09 31,576 818,43 4 81,024 116:4e8 82,225 90,657 174,776
Public liability and property damage ............. 30,118,500 19,722,157 4,240,963 6,155.380 1,319,058 6,3 6,513 12 056,586 779,476 1 878,863 1,22528 666,954 1,604?59
Vorkmen's compensation ........................... 8,536,630 5,100,461 849,236 2,606,933 607,939 1,80,565 2,686,937? 271,806 60,305 543,240 378,063 808,519
Cargo lose and damage ............................ 23,909,522 12,973,073 3,514,662 7,421,787 730, 491 3 ,899 050 8,4,532 923,480 2,16,012 1,73 7,00 1,041,047 1,584,242
Fire, theft and ollision ........................ 44,598,269 2,487,969 577,003 1,53,297 207 953 89 247 1, 8,769 116,103 439,586 178,63 344 786 454,189
other insuranoe expense .......................... 891,514 551,737 105,559 234 ,218 44 892 196549 310,296 25,31 75,299 4390 26,683 63,533
other insurance and safety deportment expense ... 193, 06 94,850 25,419 72,791 4,:16 34,647 56,047 5,381 35602 10:783 14,25 6,?71
Operating rents .................................. 71,699 29,017 15,967 26,715 44 11,947 16,626 4,942 10,590 4,300 ,5
Total insurance and safety .................... 76,682,243 45,516,544 10,676,006 20,489,693 3.112,587 14,245,916 28,158,041 2,530,655 5,792,480 4,205,871 2,786,744 5,173,943
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL
Supervision ................................. 4.... 8,009,891 27,782,864 6,382,076 13,844,951 2,240,588 8,869 ,811 16,672,465 2,075,594 3,870254 2,35,788 1,918,63 3,624,452
Salaries--General officers ................... 21,639,588 13 077 030 2,758,003 5,804,555 1,093,795 4,6,149 7,767,086 967 291 1,807,248 961232 700,015 1,365,869
Salaries--Revenue aooounting .................. 10,112,388 5,:342448 1,502,786 3,267,154 467 237 1,83 6,116 3 09,095 430,789 678,403 738:502 468,583 950,877
Salaries--Other general office employees ...... 16,257,915 9,363,386 2,121,287 4,773,242 679, 56 2,817 ,546 5,866,284 677514 1,384,60 63,154 750,265 1, 30,706
Office and other expenses ........................... 13,267,394 7,103,190 2,062,432 4 101,772 603, 168 2,263,424 4,236,298 585:555 1,076,224 626704 65,293 1,167,996
Expenses--General offiers ............ ....... 993,068 2,630,159 804 ,89o 1,58,019 26,548 882,743 1,:490:868 233,841 3082 198,321 20308 451 e
49 C26 8 1 339,0 :7,0
Expenses--General office employees ............ 649,026 32,902 89214 235,910 24,910 96 700 202,292 28 348 58723 48,822 29 611 46
Other general oftfie expenses ........... ..... 7,625,300 ,149,129 1, 368,28 2,30784 322,010 128,981 2, 543 18 3316 3419 79,561 375,7 2
Law expenses ..................................... 2,622,211 1 4013 338,898 839,300 92.244 424,119 927,50 136,643 38 184.996 121,257
Outside auditing expenses ......................... 1, 464,637 894,311 238,590 331,736 79,400 345,737 9,174 63,98? 9,520 62,519 685 102,025
Communication service ............................ ..1,04,464 9,157,779 1,9893,862 4,36,823 676.317 2,741069 5,730,393 512,885 1,402,775 772,294 569425 1,099.444
Employees welfare expense ......................... 10,763,649 6,122,254 1,592,552 3,048,843 247,718 M,7 6,190 4,128,346 14687 772,255 539,981 327,656 9,264
Management and supervision fees .................... 252, 360 123,261 15,707 113,392 9,665 10,724 102,872 6,792 15,075 14,822 29 898 ,800
Unoolleotible revenues ....................921,742 432073 155,399 334,270 33,839 164,031 234,203 31,919 108,432 49,936 63,2?4 80,709
Regulatory expenses ............................. 555,022 170,579 55,248 329,195 16,709 76,4183 77,387 10 998 37,188 5:7,884 3569 15.86
Purchasing and store expenses ......................d 102.396 1,5 3A49 dJ7.692 d 6.601 d 12290 d 7 d .
Ohr genra expenses............................. 3,215,007 1,829 492 349 893,5 369 26 1 1 118,303 3 VZO 11
Ohrgnrlepne18383 lo, 77 16<2
Operating rents .................................... 1,339,305 803,385 180,002 355,918 28 891 271,969 502,525 61,838 115,092 51,346 43,5 84,094
Joint operating expense--Debit ................... 27,301 25,081 1,020 1,200 13,871 9,857 1,353- 1,200
Joint operating expense--Credit .................. 97,918 35,367 62,551 9,125 26,242 120 11,261 51,170
Total administrative and general .............. 97,742,669 55,791,268 13,480,486 28,470,91.5 4,148,653 17,?447,236 34,195,379 4,019,833 8,130,935 4.819,658 3,907,631 7,592,858
Grand total ................................... 1,292,816,257 763,618,253 161,760,803 1367,437,201 46,324,328 223,416,764 493,877,161 46,839,851 110,345,333 64,982,409 13,373,539 91,896,069

A Deficit or other reverse ites.




28 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEBER 31, 1.953

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, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
Item distri s district region district N A o Central Northwestern MiWestern Southwestern Paci

Number of carriers represented ....................... 564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 4
DEBITS
Equipment rents--Intercity-With drivers ............. $134,24,202 $83,191,733 $21,974,360 $29,083,109 $3,819,298 $35,227,151 $44,145,284 04,404,629 $13,446,736 $1,909,230 #4,021,839 $5.300,675
Equipment rents-Intercity-Without drivers .......... 149,868,961 107,260,528 11,554,586 31,053,847 973,318 23,016,855 83,270,355 3,818,238 13,348,580 3,778,810 3,502499 6,605,720
Other purchased transportation-Interity:
Payments to motor carriers and others ............. 1,648,753 1,022,041 71,458 55 ,254 101,604 253,220 667,217 52,272 6,626 281,963 132,164 82,229
Payments to railroads and water carriers .......... 3,200,068 1,613,492 1,672 1,583 ,904 1,046,414 257,582 309,496 138,001 311,142 1,066,735 69,014
Equipment rentes-Pickup and delivery-With drivers ... 14,019, 695 11,083,75 563,995 2,372,125 358,197 2,718,661 8,006,717 371,632 851,938 236,757 221,184 690,614
Equipment rents-Pickup and delivery--Without drivers. 14,255,987 11,201,497 1,342,171 1,712,319 293,048 2,797,150 8,111,299 188,968 770,231 128,616 90,724 533,780
Other purchased pickup and delivery:
Payments to motor carriers and others ............ 26.505,796 17,970,733 2,656,028 5,879,015 1,271,786 5,213,144 11,485.,823 1,508,130 1,897,565 1,107,088 481 303 884,929
Allowances to shippers ............................ 588,969 22,133 79,719 87,117 175 27,971 393,987 8,791 13,243 50,699 314 11,270
Total debits ...................................... 344,337,431 233,765,752 38,243,989 72,327,690 7,863,840 69.511,734 156,390,178 10,490,661 30,646,061 8,559,898 8,521,841 14,109,229
CREDITS
Equipment rents-Credits
Rents receivable for interoity revenue vehicles ... 4,335,205 2,003,022 283,049 2,049,134 148,143 394,756 1,460,123 346,661 385,169 179,638 773,708 363,958
Rents receivable for pickup and delivery
revenue vehicles ............................... 987,952 914,435 30,871 42,646 40,852 1,998 871,585 2,180 15,425 1,327 23,714
Total credits ..................................... 5,323,157 2.917,457 313,920 2,091,780 188,995 396,754 2,331,708 348,841 400,594 180,965 773,708 .387,672
Net debits ........................................ 339,014,274 230,848,295 37,930,069 70,235,910 7,674,845 69,114,980 154,058,470 10,141,820 30,245,467 8,378,933 7,748,133 13,721,557











TABLE'22.-DEPRICIATION EXPENSE COMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITE OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BE-DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
districts district region district New Middle Rooky
Enland Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern o nk Pacitio
Number of carriers represented ....................... 564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 41
Depreciation of structures ........................... $1,564,895 *819,321 $156,025 $589,549 $55,327 $218,421 $545.573 *72,622 4140,597 0134,443 *104,132 1137,755
Depreiation of revenue equipment 66
Freight .......................................... 39,851,636 19,581,719 6,758,292 13,511,625 1,801,344 6,416,333 11.364,042 1,606,50 2,898,873 2345.552 2,544,021 4116,675
Passenger .............. ........................... .......
Combination.......................................
Depreciation of service cars and equipment........... 1,672,88 814,375 308,38 550,131 66,742 312,309 3 24 8,442 146 259 116,861 61,144 138,42
Depreotiation of shop and garage equipment ............ 46 205,865 62,914 198,375 17, 53,336 13,580 22,206 485,261 34,807 53,50
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ....... 1, :,201 802,197 264,336 97,668 42, 253,796 5,87 6,603 137,5 103,852 73 ,902 125,366
Depreolation of miscellaneous equipment .... ...... 1, ,81 701,879 167,164 2,538 30,146 190,65 81,168 63,26 118,506 86,006 58939 115,823
Depreolation of improvements to leasehold property ... 119435 538,608 202,475 456,352 24,537 158,442 355,629 53,229 115,257 58,587 17,689 81,590
Depreciaton of undistributed property .............. .. ...
Total .............................................. 47,629,791 23.463,964 7,919,589 16,246,238 2,038,589 7,603,202 13,822,173 1,961,870 3,605,998 2,884,562 3,024,6 4,769,174




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DEMBERt 31, 1953 2

TABLE 214.-REVENUE FREIGHT EQUIPMENT ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DTJRING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western REI G 0
Item districts district region district New MidAle Central Northwestern Id-Western Southwestern Roc Pacif
England Atlantic Nth te.iesr So.suntaea

umber of carriers represented...................... 564 336 ?77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 41
Zupetacquired during the year:
Trucks Number of unit. ............... 1,730 674 278 285 291 126 go 2
qulpeascsquired duin ethe yesa.. 17064:7 7 98 28 291 126 90 210 17 2
Cost ................. $...... 4,289,124 $1,627,721 $787,991 $1,873, $2441,879 $756,978 $625,864 o208,308 $160,984 $*472,312 $248, 2 47*~83.2
Truck tractors Number of units ............... 4,360 2,319 705 1,336 203 ?3 1,373 211 242 34 298 245
Cost ......................... $22,952,414 9,594,189 $4,235,815 $9,122,410 $846,270 $3,621,796 $5,126,123 $1,411,065 $937,423 $2,368,115 $2,519,115 1,886,692
Semitrailers Number of unite ............... 8,065 14,293 1,135 2,637 325 1,1452 2,516 383 551 290 526 887
633,86,335 16,01,1492114,83,014
Cost ................ 33,863335 $16,012,492 $4,823,0 $13,027,799 $1,217,523 $5,315,327 $9,1479412 1,815,595 $2,337,129 $1,208,196 $2,739,115 $4,927,764
Full trailers Number of units ............... 89 40 2 47 10 30 7 g
Cost. ................ o ..............*03,1147 203,916 $8,460 19O771 3134866 169,o 2j 4W 2
Other equipment Cost .................. 656,167 203,978 *17,612 1434,577 2,720 $46,785 $132,4; 111,932 $137.307 21 5
Total cost of all equipment acquired .......... $62,164,187 $27,6142,296 $9,872,922 $24,648,969 $2.368,258 $9,740,886 $15,533,152 $3,546,900 $3,572,843 $14,0418,623 $5,589,141 *7,89,1462
equipment retired during the year:
Trucks Number of units...............1,110 529 152 429 93 213 223 101 78 110 35 105
Cost ..................... .1,873,251 *863,649 $307,305 $702,297 1142,487 $371,323 $349,839 $122,960 $92,247 $176,233 $96,907 $213,950
Truck tractors Number of units ............... 2,581 1,573 380 628 125 478 70 166 13190 57
Cost .......................... 09,890,144 $4,9214,693 $1,899,077 $3,066,374 $1473,99 $1,827,248 $2,623, 1 $1.116,260 *384,142 $788,515 $398,535 $378,622
Semitrailers Number of units ............... 3,813 2,289 527 997 172 623 1,49 4 250 152 131 10 360
Cost .......................... $10,683,053 $5,414,779 $1,677,245 $3,591,02 $4,174 1.509,097 $3475.08 $1,162,369 $337678 3 42 $481,709 $1,283,831
Full trailers Number of units ............... 72 16 2 1,, *1,11 1 10 17 3
Cost ......................... $162,572 $19,952 3 712 138,908 95,292 813 13,847 62,947 $7 1
Other equipment Cost .......................... *379,693 $193,225 4185 $186,283 16,732 $116,063 870,430 $25,792 $214,785 191.675 $4,031
Total cost of all equipment retired / ....... *22,988,713 $11,1416,298 $3,887,524 07,684,891 $1,058,679 $3,824,544 86,533,075 $2,o427,381 *839,152 $1,290,190 *1,131,773 $1,996.395
uipment owned at close of year:
Trucks Number of units ................. 12,412 4,728 1,976 5,708 568 1,945 2,215 5142 1,085 1,339 806 1,936
Cost. .................. 27,651,248 $10,493,740 $4,350, 231 $12,807,277 1,295,478 $4,736,090 $4,1462,172 906,037 $1,617,572 $2,6146,679 $2,069,686 $5,567,303
Truck tractors -Number of units .............. 25,325 13,533 3,863 7,929 1,259 4,091 8,183 1,0411 2,114 1,578 1,040 2,156
Cost .......................... $112,162,301 $51,123,630 $17,997,940 043,040.,731 $5,908,308 $18,738,099 $26,1477,223 $4,1475,789 $7,985,235 *7,445,031 8,4814,977 $14,6149,699
Semitrailers Number of units ................. 47,739 27,117 6,989 13,633 2,053 8,024 17,040 1,810 4,1132,004 1,740 3,966
Cost .......................... $163,527,022 *86,036,223 $24,812,967 $52,677,832 $6,819,043 $25,686,054 $53,531,126 $6,439,366 $114,159,576 $7,016,281 $8,907,899 $16,154,710
Full trailers Number of unite ............... 773 319 22 142 36 283 71 361
Cost ........... 2,214,559 831,486 641,825 1318,248 183,740 747,746 238501 1,079,747
Other equipment Cost .......................... 2,992,906 536,809 *28,191 12,427,906 70,78 $119,324 $346,907 1494,398 467,014 $46,925 8103,039 $1,316,501
Total cost of all equipment owned ............ $308,548,036 $1149,021,888 1$47,254,154 $112,271,994 $114,177,147 149,279,567 *85,565,17?4 $12,315,590 124,229,1426 *17,154,916 $19,804,102 *38,767,960

SSee footnote No. 1 to table 16.






30 STATISTICS OF CLANS I AOTOR CARRIR 0F PRO0PERTY FOR THE YEAR EDED DECEMBER 31, 1913
TABLE 25.-EPLOEES4 AVERAGE NUMBER. TOTAL COMPENSATIONN* AND AVERAOS COMPENSATION BY CLASSES
COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL 782102? U0AOED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED UIPHENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION



All district. Eastern district Southern m5o. Wetorn district New Eng1and region Mdl tatcrga
or.. Ser "" TIt- Total__number _______*_Total__ITat_____Olas.tri..ioon of employeesr huS opn- .oa fuh? or o~o- '~ SO0 A-oor. Average oonuo3 uucbo hour Ao or 001 o o
of oz .. salon n Of 0or 7 00- 0 0 ~O O ,850- or day. 005805 0r ore Ip coupon- oamen Ir hor opn
Mict gtte W, 0 idttd fa Vol far5b.hA.I'~...A 94tMN; gation .o22
Number of carrier. represeted ........ 136 77150 35* 133
EOQIpOO .. t tte ..OO and garage:
8,halo IoudoSoukog.5*. 6 0 1,03614 l0 2912.9 925 78.39k2 92 2.464:999 3,7 .9 ,897 2,0 9,1811: ,2,2 ,5 6 0309 1,7,17 4,:28 92 2,25.2 4,4570,3o
.O0'042 4 1Z9 3,2 574 39, 57, ,0 2 ,9,34 2,041 ?58 3.919 16 47:8 5676 2,4 3 315. 494,
Srl.uloD. .......1127 2,631,388 409.635 3. 2~ 432 1o,5 93 99390 1 J323:. 21 19 ?
0that. (Secluding ......plyn540 1.0.5 .6613 340 9 1,9 65,2 .2 89 237 289 .326 .17 205 46.1915 ?29.114 3,557 21 43,4 64,308 ,6 32 73,703 102,
Transpor'tation:
8000eri..cry. ............. 0 2,36 67 2,105 13,250,218 5,672 1 ~ 9648 5.602 213 63,02 1.14.615 ,37 4gl 28 12,53,4,6 122 32,89
2416 183.. 2725:- 5:716,89 87s 6 461056 529 149,878 2:T:4806
0r2,oro--L~~no hau 3...........218 81 ,15.6 17546277 11.6:608 9916'," W0 4.227 10.547: 678 213. ,4 7 23207 17.5 28 10 2725 6?S2 5,01.5,975,69
Drlerc-?0ku .~s K 8,066 66,062,6 1,8979 484 675 39 7967 3.8 -,589,7n5 1310,155 3,778 7 6 98.9 547612 ,2 19 2975 955:98. 4:49 :4~ 7 03
-,6 2,5 66 18,39 90,0 34,301,41 4,6 1,67 3872:525 7,657.090 k,51 4,89 677,"9
Nolp" ..L..... ..... 44,2,8 17197 .2 36 ,343 89 3646 4279 3 97 1230 2261
SopR --Piou d0 d:1V~' 1? 518 1133,298 1,820,20 351 268 584,559 995~ 6 ,71 143 356 4801 ~1 0 21 344,122 1583. 78. 72 1271550 h.361 227,801"377
Ot,, Inlulg loluloulo~) ..,. 503 1,0,9 ,5,95 Z4,8 23 553,403 4,57 110,628 193,527 .032 22 51523 8894 4,2 6U 1726 2:51 3 644 ,

00900e100-7...... a ,1 3 .6,8 2j.9 1.887 537.542 11,502,699 6.096 533 161,039 2.864,0559 7 196 365,307 65,3503 11 151 72.7 ,3
Flaifra !.0. .....22.847 52,754,435 93 1 2,475 2B.18,137 52.590,792 4,1 g 7 : 04Z:527 12.460 6 6:793 4,20 ?7 119~1
,6. 2. 3 29 5,085,077 3,135 3 339975 520,2 3 37 2: 3.931 3
Cooo. 11,6 25.091,197 37278,325 3251 6,058 13:096:79 197 0994 3,7 122 8.67 IS7 717 74 0,1423 83, 714 ,3
Other ..................... 1,667 3,521,953 4,848,701 2,909 1,013 2,02,5N 2,921,116 2:,84 234 552,233 725,683 3,101 20 877,166 1,201,902 2, 38627 1O : 131 2,43 299 ,7
Saes, tariff. and advorti.Inl 86 482491 1' 2 ,6 3018 7.30 2 5: 8'
Sap. ............8 86 1 11~5 6.421:091 7,440 56 U19,481 4,175,740 7,365 110 3150 86853 7,86 5, ,, 401:2 4 135~ 1
............... ....0D 3,120 95,8 7002,513 5,40 1,1 47,814 9,326,249 56 4 118,959 J123,09 ,74 103 8,16 5 51,7 4,4 123 '1:0476822 5,10 182 9O,?3 119 538
Others (including c1erica1 employeeos)... 597 1,305,161 1,977.118 3,312 272 608.047 909,555 3.344 139 301,971 43 .461 3,126 186 395,143 633,102 3,404 P13,329 6348 304623:87 1902:715
Insurance .04 safety.2 9 ,2 6 6 9.6
Super~i.lory.......0 j......... 589 178,070 3,100,281 5,264 358 111,163 1,880,304 5.252 92 26,750 493,206 5,361 139 4017 726,771 5,229 16 6,059 87,5 4J 89 25,235 433,4
Others (including cleric.. amy.017 .... 849 1,877.240 2,936,491 3,459 419 905,052 1.450,403 3,481 164 398,041 524,222 3,196 266 6141 953,866 3,586 22 45,282 6,25 2 95 200,121 )193,1

Office* owner. 9a "A.........0D 1,h07 14412,533 21,916,837 15,146 84 2446 13,338,933 15,619 193 54,77 2,773,407 14,370 4oo 116.317 5804,897 14512 72 1,8 ,9,5 526 38 8,2 ,5,6
Olrlal .. .. ... 6,51 1497,292192,70 20 3,94 8,320,6 1,0309 ,6 914 1,,916 2,5573 3,128 ,992 4339,108 6.9,0 3,911 64,007 885,247 2,784 13.0 2,781,593 4,001,162
014r.. 1,293 2,70,066 14,372.5659 3,462 674 1,395.499 2,197,855 3,261 226 5104,535 73,209 3,421 363 800,032 1,401,501 3,861 77 16,7 2510 333 23 4229 6285
Dal1 4.b1.is total............. 12.925 3,690,054 186,023,459 6,868 7.5 ,5,7 16412 709 1,1 77,9 108530g ,9 368 1,59 23:3997 00o 508 1493 .6,053 7,207 2,059 57,8 425,681
Horl 4.. Tta. ..,, 11,67 27,53,093 510,179,263 4,1.470 1018 291,898 449 16,017 389457 625480 3907 3768,4,73 156,0842 4,0 ,86 110612.34,138 ,99 18,566 36,7580973

Central region Northwesotern roglon Hid-Wosern region Southwestern region Rocky Mountain region P-Inim region
Ol .. Iicati.n of ..Play*.. Avor. Toa I Total AvrTat.rg ~ V Total 1Aver aoAveros T TotfaloI Avrage Total Tl1Avercga ,-Xierag Totaloo Aver A 1 Tot,
nufbe Iopn hor nulnoo or 0 oul noo or. couToal n nua umher hour. 0ooa number hour. Total annual .00' our Tota1
of Ior day.s 00 00.6- o r17 on- of or day. **pn am .... aotupsoawe- of Ior T.I oocPon f000-o.n- of o. o.. opea.mlO~~e0. 0.16nafor a ~.o18lysr. e 010 .010.ND2.8.1 m3.L.L_____...jfito .6fhld paI2Lid _____ ..Jafl2 p,23822 .j.D8618.L Is.eL...8io of .51288 r Odva Stl
Nushber of ooorlor. represented .........168 26S 46 22 16 40
ESupa*nt maintenance0 an6 garage:
Ouporer .. 19 58,40 t1,249,807 86,280 39 10,809 $242,983 86,23 53 16,291 $316,777 85.977 33 10,659 $215,436 6,528I 30 9,551 $205,745 66,88 4 13,573 $261,145
Service employees ... .. 280 642,791 1,142,208 4,079 60 13 9,500 261 350 4,356 39 94,014 152,940 3922 177 420,002 626,235 3,3 98 230,870 394,486 4,05 14 30,8 66,3
808.?.a (101u10 class)o 10 .... 143 298,4 48,5 386 24 53,761 95,46 8 2 92.031 124,512 2,965 30 75,140 112,683 3,715611 1725 21,4 ,6 48 10,2 1795
Trananortatuon;
supervisory ... ...0D 1,044 298,981 5,991,734 5,739 75 20,947 427,275 5,697 76 23.249 507,005 6,67n 8 2,0 488,645 9,682 55 16.744 358,761 6,523 136 912 5,7
DI..-n,81 /..........1225 31.67,2 68,304.130 5,596 1,160 2,729,588 6 411544 2.704 6.923.3 15,526,911 572 183 4202,593 9,76,1 5,3 1,522 3956,174 9,277,708 6,096 2,388 5,28.0 13 41'
M.lP r.-Lo l .. .. 133,003 311,564 621 20 495 86, 49 4:21 4,707, 4,41 48 2 Sg41 905 '27,6 3,051 12 8,750 15,750 1,313 20 25,452 48219
0: 9, 6 ,2 47 43951 go 1.7-.0,6 865? 1 .6 8.0 2 7,371.646 3,953 7 82 1,816,6 3,150,452 4,029 2.316 5,347.524 10,893.477
IIelp.r-PI*kup .W8 dollvary I/....... 17 45,386 90,331 5314 -- 31 74,=0 125,444 4,047 2 5,345 7,602 3,801 18 13,65 2232 1240 46 98,866 188,752
Others Incoluding clerical employees) 1... 98 470,694 850.478 4,295 1 2,288 5,540 5,540 110 277,728 411,955$ ,3 20 47,.103 68,779 49 19 41,715 77,27 4 ,047 7,8 2
Terinal.
SuPrst.0r2........... 0 1,23 360,247 7,651,92 6,186 139 39,696 783,955 5807 343 111.031 1.870,397 9,453 303 92,538 1,403,648 5,291 14 4,76 8,95 ,08 21 7,615178
C1 tfnrS ........S.. ::::....... 8,2 18.40,43 3,1W0 420 93 ,6,40 ,8738 ,116 1748 4166,882 7,580,290 401 7 136 ,212,910 5,349,686 3,972 1,240 2,87.2,584 5056,428 4.78 1,46 2,5 ,1,3
COhrsa..................... 4,0 887,978 13.611,095 3,32,0 413 90,2 ,12,831 3,179 1,038 2,333,843 3,299,085 3 :140 849 1,990101n 2,733,596 3,220 620 1,537 2,8,7 3,6 86 1,82,Z5 72 15,600
Oestri. .. .. .. 65 1,3075 1.936,526 2.8 66 14,57 193,918 2,932 130 290,684 395,674 3,0" 109 200,818 231,487 2,205 5 116,167 195,619 3,557 64 128,930 5.0
SUPerf.037 ........... 0 344 97,5 2,684,434 7,804 30 8,689 222,230 7,408 58 17,306 439,4"5 7,577 38 11,607 272,427 7,16921 601 8372 84 39 1,1 2506
Oollotoro .... ..0 ,.13 ..28 6,131 999 119 33,9 6499 ,20 32 99,862 1.667,880 4,7 222 132,567 1,118,561 5,039 166 49,112 838,616 502 24 7,8 ,8,8
Others (Including cleriaemlo yes .90 .. 18:29 44,3 54o36,331 651,994 3,450 16 3,9 61,754 ,6 5 1023 3,3 ,5 45 1387 7064 ,922 4,77 783 39358 17755 173,81.8
Insurance and safety. 3 6 0,3 3,3 : ,925
8.9ornI.aluding.. 253ica 81,869 1,5.0 537 20 5,1 1,0 5.840 43 12,366 220,966 5.139 32 9,603 160,631 9,020 14 4,065 75,12 5,366 30 8,312 153,242
Othoro ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 .....o.olr~a .170 302 659,649 110,61 3,64S6 54 1,00 9362 3.585 63 149,373 23,4 ,6 4 149,391 211,401 3,303 32 70,543 1.04 ,15 3 1280 2879

Of nr.onr. and = ..r......r...0D 474 136,435 7,889.407 18,4 57 16,023 969,758 17,013 120 35,329 1,811,373 15,095 70 20,396 976,370 13,948 48 14,426 706,1 1471 05 273 1779
orloa......................... 2,31 4,74,565 7,66,1 3,287 312 67 603 1005,408 3.222 578 1,303,385 1.709,958 2,958 33 7,75 10,42 ,098 262 a5,8 892,061 305 50? 1.063.03 190 8
Dai e aToal.... ........ 6 6,1 ,6,7 ,8 35 8070 100,358 2,867 93 202,038 333,254 3 ,583 74 160,957 266,592 3,603 81 178,459 326,44) ,030 80 177,.8521 374, 854
Hol 0.0-Tta. . 4112 9.9722190,082,084 4,19 4,37 96,780 19,69,584 4,425 9,20 22,367,583 111 79 435 11,509 7,1341,762,783 30,111,101 4,221 5,293 12,9,722543 4,58 ,2 19458,130 141,0787
SpIbor. .0d~pr f.hoo ofr~gprohcacck transportation 00,0100 if t4. or. od .09.000012 4y respondent sea Included on Its payroll.
.-b 241*D, deognatca 040.0 ampplans. "opartos on I daily 4a.1.; all other 01...e. Are report on an neurly ba.10,




STATISTICS OF GLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTr ?OR TOE YEAR ENDD DECEMBER 31, 1953 3

TABLE 26.--OPERATING STATISTICS COMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEASED EQUIPMENT OR PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


A All Eastern Southern Western R Z ____0 N ____...........__......REGIO S
IteC districts district region district New Middle C r N h n M t Southeenl. Pe@il
_England Atlantic Central Northw western Southwestn M n P
Nubrof carrier* represented .................................564 336 77 151 35 133 168 26 46 22 16 41
number of trucks and truck tractors In
I:teroity revenue service;
Owned power unite 16,495 8.538 2,699 5,258 110 3.192 4,2o6 730 1 15
In operation ....................................1,4 8.3 2.9 3,2 58 12 326 0 1 2
Undergoing repairs ..............................1,047 594 151 302 58 220 316 52 67 39
Stand-by ..............................................867 497 135 235 27 245 225 14 3z 6 3
3,Total power units--owned ..........................18,409 9,629 2.985 50795 1,225 3,657 4,747 796 1,380 1.350 724 1,545
Rented power units without drivers--In operation .. 15,057 10,962 1,O40 3,055 158 22165 8,639 350 1,85 62 1 512
Rented power units with drivers--In operation 7,838 4,964 1,308 1,566 206 2,378 2,380 253 8 179 5 ........

Total number power units Intercity revenue
service ........................................ 41,304 25,555 5,33 10,416 1,589 8,200 15,766 1,399 3,711 2,091 987 .
of revenue trucks and tractors owned at
Intereofy ;erve ................................. 18,700 9,735 3,079 5.886 1,250 3,639 4,846 725 1,344 1,466 767 1,584
Local service ..................................... 19,037 8,526 2,760 7,751 577 2,397 5,552 858 1,855 1,451 1.079 2,508
Total number of trucks and truck tractors owned 37,737 18,261 5,839 13,637 1,827 6,036 10,398 1,583 3,199 2,917 1,846 4,092
oc 1-miles perat d In Intercity service
5, ded and empty
Owned vehicles:
Trucks ......................................... 30,520,449 12,000397 3,106,768 15.409284 3,782,362 6.160,010 2,062,025 621,088 223,425 1,460,304 4,714,868 8,389 g99
Tractors ....................................... 989,909.346 411,841,420 188,593,379 389,474,547 40,491,238 136,961,600 234,388,582 46,260o,990 1O0,"0,620+ 82,096,218 73,013,306 87,653:,13
Total miles operated Owned vehicles ....... 1.020,429,795 423o845,817 191,700,147 404,883,831 44,273,600 143,121,610 236,450,607 46,882,078 100,O74,045 83,556,522 77,728.174 96,043,012
Rented without drivers;
Trucks ......................................... 22,625,851 5,124,510 678,683 16,822,658 187,415 1,113,935 3,823,160 96,000 2,508,148 14,218,510
Tractors........................................ 960,626,465 662,982,627 79,739,711 217,904,127 7,920,184 108,623,158 546,439,285 28,314,672 90,715,914 42,773,526 22,526,077 33,573,938

Total miles operated Rented without drivers 983.252.316 668,10?,137 80,418,394 234,726,785 8.107,599 109,737,093 550.262,445 28,410,672 93,224,062 42,773,526 22,526,077 47,792,448
Rented with drivore
TruOk ......................................... 7,825,850 3,506,794 934,477 3,384,579 260,261 1,569,040 1,677,493 758 25,304 2,424,154 389,576 544,787
Tractor ....................... ............... ..497167,177 291,573,573 94,521.379 111,072,225 11,648,935 125,688,901 154,235,737 16,405,827 60,772,750 6,289,289 13.932,575 13,671,784
Total miles operated Rented with drivers 504,993,027 295,080,367 95,455,856 114,456,804 11,909,196 127,257,941 155,913,230 16,406,585 60,798,054 8,713,443 14,322,151 14,216,571
Driveway ......................................,.., --
Total miles operated All vehicles in intercity
highway service ............................. 2,508,675,138 1387,033,321 367,574.97 754,067,420 64,290,395 380,116,644 942,626,282 91,699335 254,696,161 135,043,491 114.576,402 138,052,031
--Rail and water services .......................... 15,275,179 8,776,416 639 6,498,124 5,569,391 1.287,379 1,919,646 855,678 2,107,717 3,443.868 90,861
T of revenue freight carried in intercity service 1/ 77,296,477 49,6-55,045 8,292,879 19,348,553 3,010,305 14,206,583 32,438,157 2,643,757 5,449,263 3,382,172 1,922,558 5,950,803
F t revenue from intercity service .................. $1,434,788,031 *831,865,331 *182,711,917 $420,210,783 $50,494,227 $244,442,591 $536,928,513 $51,768,523 $124,001,852 $75,198,230 $65,165,448 $104,076,730
T expenses (including depreciation, amortization, and $184,21800 $71,927,613 60,492,7151 103,959,898
rating taxes) I/ ................................ 1,399.011,217 $815,434,023 $178,120.589 $405,456,605 $50,746,349 $239,859*636 $524,828,038 $50.78454 3 11291
AVERAGES
t revenue per interoity vehicle-,lle .............. *0.568 $0.596 *0.497 $0.552 $0.723 $0.641 $0.568 $0.559 *0.483 $0.543 *0.568 #0.658
x ese per intercity vehicle-mile J/ .................. $0.554 *0.584 *0.485 $0.533 $0.726 $o.629 8o.556 $0.549 $0.461 $0.519 $0.528 *0.658
A e miles Per owned vehicle per annum .......... 55,431 44,O18 64,221 69,868 36,142 39.136 49,811 58,897 72,952 61,894 107,359 62,164

eludes duplication on account of tonnage received from connecting Glass I motor carriers.
asic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in interoity and In local services; these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue
and expenses per intercity vehoile-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 O N PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 26-A.--OPERATING STATISTICS SUPPLEMENT COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE OPERATING WITH OWNED AND LEABED EqUIPMENT OR PURORASED TRANSPORTATI O /
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953



All Eastern Southern Western R E EGIO0NS
tem districts district region district New Middle Central North- Mid- South- Rocky
Enland Atlantio Cnr western Western western Motanc
Number of carriers represented ................... 410 246 56 108 25 86 135 18 32 21 11
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by line haul vehicles 2/
Vehicles--Owned ............................ 6,595,443 3,992,130 588,845 2,014,468 1,155,727 1,092,710 1.743,693 269,693 49,025 635,150 29 583
Vehioles--Rented without drivers ........... 1,986,935 1,689,131 69,050 228,754 83,320 654,790 951,021 10,995 41,316 69,480 4,482 10
Vehicles--Rented with drivers .............. 1,ool001,590 565,614 36,736 399,220 61,914 412,002 91,698 23,950 338,331 24,679 12,
Number of miles in line haul service by
pickup and delivery vehicles: 3/
Vehicleso--Owned ............................ 8, 434,769 5,205,017 1,775,760 1,453.992 994,150 842,759 3.368,108 169,168 135.577 128,280 420,306 600
Vehicles--Rented without drivers ........... 4,768,306 818,434 270,370 3,679,502 50,664 262,265 505,505 102,972 70,400 350 1
Vehicles-Rented with drivers .............. 1,746,380 60,080 78.508 1,607.792 60,080 758 1,607
Number of hours in pickup and delivery service
by pickup and delivery vehicles: 2/
Vehioles--Owned ......................... 38, 914,639 20,955,1461 5,012,659 12,946,519 1,475,96 6,115,995 13,363,503 1,623,858 3,652,363 3,020,780 1,786,510 2,863,
Vehioles-Rented without driver............ 12.919,14 9,01o,401 1,201,688 2,702,055 199,144 1,958.312 6.857,945 157,095 544,593 696,745 83,232 10220.3
Vehicles--Rented with drivers .............. .4,206,781 3,158,405 165,223 883.153 70,789 974,324 2.113.292 205.833 295,031 116.595 52,043 213,
Freight revenue from intercity service-Truok load 4/ ............................... 601,384,792 369,844.,347 $64,188,363 $167,352,082 *16,753,322 $97,965,409 25,125,616 *17,514,613 *61,393,034 *26,712,801 *29,160,480 325711
Lese truck load ............................ 757,988,410 $423.139.250 106,916.512 1227,932,648 $28,841,229 $125,906 ,865 268.391,156 130,168.139 156,300,815 48.167.3814 133,950.495 15934: ,
Tons of intercity revenue freight carried-Truck load ............................... 42.344,.752 29,857,607 3,436,428 9,050,717 1,289.350 7,493,396 21,074,861 1,210,802 3,249,441 1,544.323 934,936 2,111,V
Less truck Ioad ............................... 28,044,852 16,22,083 4,024,766 7,778,003 1.352,211 4,879,267 10,010,60 1.123,630 1,811.951 1,840.561 951,146 2,0507
Number of intercity shipments carried-Truck load 4/ ................................ 4,247,725 3,114,110 413,715 719.900 117,292 786,253 2,210,565 102,351 254,514 129,734 68,463 164,
Less truck load ............................... 93,620,649 441,945,892 14,148,679 34,526,078 3,858,721 13,787,620 27,299,551 4,507,867 7,005,728 9,256,818 3,923,942 9,83,1

SSee 'Segregation of Carriere" Introductory Statement.
Includes 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 plokup and delivery vehicles driven by line haul drivers or by pickup and delivery drivers temporarily assigned to line haul servie.
The term '*Truok-load means any shipment which moves on a single bill of lading and weighed 10,000 pounds or more (billed weight).




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953




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$2,500,O00 appear in Tables 31 and 32.



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STATISTICS OF CLASS 1 MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 3

TABLE 27.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIES OF COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western RE G I 0 N 8
Item dietriots district region district New Middle Nort h- Mid- South- R .5
---_ _England Atlanti central Ren vestn mk

Number of carriers represented ..................... 660 307 98 255 34 133 140 19 37 77 .. 94
ASSET STIDE
Current assets Total .............. ................. $127,465,572 $68,028,070 $12,889,981 $46,547,521 $3.530,600 018.173.379 $46,324,091 $2,8a20,846 $9,636,503 14.393,468 #4,980,420 4,716,4
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ........................ 264,365,509 12570,500 31,64,889 107,297,120 12,500,815 51.943,662 61,259,023 5,857,604 11,073,604 32,130.472 1,54498 46880
Reserve for denreolation and amortisation ......... 132,970,855 62,61 ,635 14 69,409 55,882,811 6,935,382 27,557,280 28,125,973 2,951,299 812,729 15,678,491 3 548o0 ,o 304
Net carrier operating property .................. 131,394,654 63,084,865 16,895,480 51.414,309 5,565,433 24.386,382 33,133,050 2,906,305 5,260,875 16,451,979 5,919,678 20,875,472
Carrier operating property leased to others ....... 52,587 -5258
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .....52 ,173 -2.17 2,1
Noncarrier property ...8,100,898 3,682,425 60, 3813.463 .496,216 1,269,556 1,916,653 210,364 361,221 1,371,987 8,697 1,7 1
Reseve..r.d...cat.o.a..amot.zaion......... 2:,06'3468
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ..... 2,816,576 1,102,323 163,981 1,550,272 117,713 490,790 493,820 144,254 60,946 618,3~9 871 3 179
Total tngible property less reserve ............ 136,679,390 65,664,967 17,336,509 53,677,914 5,943,936 25.165,148 34,555,883 2,972,415 5,561,150 17,205,572 5.,998,653 21,940,124
Intangible property less reserve for amortization ... 6,198,633 1,581,040 888,259 3,729,334 174,049 680,802 726,189 221,405 263.792 816,062 903,614 1.524,461
Investment securities and advances Total ........... 16,322,671 8,604.154 1,110,027 6,608,490 336,289 2,309,241 5.958,624 375,487 1,542,299 909,206 470,944 3310,54
Special funds, deferred debite, and miscellaneous
debit items Total .............................. 2,701,197 1,399,391 317,152 984,654 37,032 349,653 1,012,706 80,002 123,932 252,632 76,312 451,776
Total assets ................................ 289,367,463 145,277,622 32,541,928 111,547,913 10,021,906 46,678,223 88,577,493 6,470,155 17,127,676 33,576,940 12,429,943 41,943,199
LIABILITY SIDE
Current liebilitles Total .......................... 87,066,985 44,712.713 9.596,702 32.757,570 2,721,884 13,202,656 28,788,173 2,255,662 6,0 4,438 10,394,214 3,589,963 10,463 293
Advance payable Total ................ ............ .4,465,066 1,838,432 401,095 2,225,539 273,054 557,685 1,007,693 120,000 451,385 325,008 372,365 956.781
Equipment and other long-term obligations Total. 48,8968 18, 600 7,021,470 22,982,898 1,679,727 8,74 2 8.126, 10 1,116,252 1,.8 993 5,642,849 2.738,939 11,587,865
Deferred credits and reserves Total ................ 5,831,622 3,487,04 355.251 1,988,967 102,751 57,81 2,837,072 222,901 387,250 325,280 18868,696
Capital stock and noncorporate oepital Total ....... 59,356,204 28,331,786 5,855,541 25,168,877 2,575,579 10,803, 7 14,952,800 1,225,806 3,168,002 8,147,708 3.539,495 9,087,866
Unaporopriated surplus:0
Unearned surplus ................................. 2,108,774 1,182,270 258,250 668,254 55,188 683,588 443,494 20,018 118,594 384,133 ,562 142,947
Earned surplus .................................... 81,953,844 47,144,417 9,053,619 25,755,808 2,613,723 12,109,043 32,421.651 1,509,516 5,051,014 8,357,748 2,001,779 8,835,751
Total unappropriated surplus ................... 84,062,618 48,326,687 9,311,869 26,424,062 2,668,911 12,792,631 32,865,145 1,529,534 5.169,608 8,741,881 2,004,341 8.978.698
Total liabilities ........................... 289,367,463 145,277,622 32,541,928 111,547,913 10,021,906 46,678,223 88,577.493 6,470,155 17,127,676 33,576,940 12,429,943 41,943,199
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Operating Income
Operating revenues:
Freight revenue---Interolty--Common carrier ....... 831,679,446 478,550,610 88,921,196 264,207,640 19,583,405 121,294,596 337,672,609 16,645,238 52,143,441 81,054,576 33,434,814 80,929,571
Freight revenue---Interoity--Contraot carrier .... 4,340,477 1,726,262 632,909 1,981,306 530,131 1,090,207 105,924 17,535 249,147 740,27 97.31
Freight revenue---Local osrtage .................. 14,842,016 7,332,157 745,900 6,763,959 559,984 2,495,557 4,276,616 302,057 413,236 2.799,25 511,969 2,973,?
Interolty Transportation for other Class I motor
carriers ...................................... 18,448,322 9,403,408 1,821,293 7,223,621 450,827 4,736,238 4,216,343 53,617 2,268,713 1,848,927 $48,5235 2,203,839
Other operating revenue ............................ 15,283,751 6,119,538 916,188 8,248,025 326,485 1,215,616 4,577,437 180,696 2.518,904 3,220,853 831,886 1,495,686
Total operating revenues ...................... 884,594,012 503,131,975 93,037,486 288,424,551 21,450,832 130,832,214 350,848,929 17,199,143 57.593,441 85,663,883 35,627,194 88,340,890
Operation and maintenance expensesEquipment maintenance ............................. 88,601,206 38,976,726 9,58 ,905 40,038,575 3,28,731 16,762,992 18,929,006 20,241,820 43 ,24,318 4a077,85 1 27,617 3 1 869,85921
Transportatio ...................................... 521,917,31 311,489,512 53,99,626 156.433213 10.66,333 7, 382,0541 31 5 0519
Traffic ............................................ 1,. 262 10011,811 1,77,101 4.526.350 503,205 2 6 7.364, 184,470 3 1.0, 182 1 46.82
Trmfial...........................................4257.7 5 29,719,531 3,638,356 11,899,898 1,280,825 2 25, 60.37 421,421 3,3g73 11 10~ 6182
Insurance and safety .......................... 45,39,751 26,994,622 4 4 8,964 13,4M57,165 1,240,157 7,348,859 18.395,606 703,732 2,024,508 5,0 7,589 1.182.49 4. 4 S37
Administration and general ................... 60,597,329 33,835,580 6,605,049 20,156,700 2,073,156 9,648,208 22,114,216 1,218,653 3,217,701 7,144,247 2,024,920 6,551,179
Total operation and maintenance expenses ....... 778,079,684 451.017,782 80,550,001 246,511,901 18,748,407 113,264,903 319,004,472 14,973.715 51,380,877 76,265,773 30,575,142 73,316,394
Deprelciation expense ................................. 33,469,937 15,089,481 4.435,495 13,944,961 1,344,783 6,125,860 7,618,838 835,041 1,375,905 4,873,154 1,755,4~5 5,105,406
Depreciation adjustment ................. .. d 2 2.891 d 1.1.21 d 597,402 d 69.968 106.769 d 4 88 d 586,865 d 82,899 26,314 2.49
AmoPtlzatlon chargeable to operations ............... 123,247 61,458 ,099 4690 545 36,91 650 15,356 2, 2,258
Operating taxes and licensee ......................... 39,813,211 18,525,565 4,344,033 16,943,613 1,190,082 6,473,919 10,861,56 868,465 1,774,008 5,050,395 1,849,393 7,401,352
Total expenses ................................. 849,043,188 483,542,765 88,747,226 276,753,197 21,176,503 125,431,340 336,934,922 16,594,322 54,557,754 85,922,183 34,101,456 85.577,482
Net operating rev-nue .......................... 35,550,824 19,589,210 4,290,260 11,671.354 274,329 5,400,874 13,914,007 604,821 3,035,687 3,7410700 1,523,738 2.763,408
Lease of distinct operating unit--Debit .............. 100,818 43,194 6,350 51,274 396 27,951 14,847 1,432 200 1.579 36,063
Lease of distinct operating unit-Credit ............. 172.387 13,986 7,992 150,409 7,697 650 3,639 4,895 2,795 ,387 138,332
Net carrier operating Income ................... 35,622,393 19,560,002 4,291,902 11,770,489 281,630 5.373,573 13.904,799 608,284 3,038,88 3,732,508 1,525,738 2,865,677
Other Ordinary Income
Income from noncarrler operations--Net ................ 1,671,917 800,205 476,994 394,718 95.710 538,577 165,918 71,156 96.941 26,521 30,625 169,475
Interest Income ....................................... 472,250 166,602 40,025 265,623 11,081 16,697 138,824 7,554 82,711 42,574 32.063 100,721
Dividend income ...................................... 982,062 876,739 549 104.774 637 8,709 867,.393 4,415 36,051 .069 2.662 58,586
Other nonoperating income .............. ............. 399,734 94,876 19,568 285,290 10,138 42,410 42,328 85,955 1,639 94,089 3,558 100, 049
Total other ordinary income .................... 3,525,963 1,938,422 537,136 1,050,405 117,566 606,393 1,214,463 169,080 217,342 166,244 68,908 428,831
Grose ordinary nome ......... ..... .. 39,148,356 21,498.424 4,829,038 12,820,894 399,196 5,979,966 15,119,262 777,364 3.255.624 3,898,732 1,594,646 3,294,508






36 STATISTICS Or CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECE'"E 31, 1953

TABLE 27...8UMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES OTHER TAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued ST DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


I All Easter Southern western R EG I 0 N S
Item districts district region district New Midale N-orth- Kid- South- Roo
Engla4o Atlantl ctral western Western western oungtai Pacioi1

INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deduotions From Ordinare Income
Interent .3,305.594 $1,316,749 #475.932 $1.512.913 $110,996 $580,472 $625,281 083,843 #146,760 $373.866 $157,035 $751 40
Amorntiatioo of debt disoe.nt and expense 25,91. 6,557 2.270 17,087 720 5,837 11,003 6:084
Amortization of premium on -et-rdt.......
deuto ..1 ....... ..... 1.631,610 756,651 250,210 624,749 23.721 273.836 4459,094 51,341 229,048 152,235 37.742 154.383
Total deduction from ordinary Inoose ............. 4,963,118 2,079.957 728,412 2.154.749 134.717 855,028 1.090,212 135,184 375.808 537,104 1941777 911,876
Not ordinary Incom .... ..... 314,185,238 19.418,467 4,100,626 10,666,145 264.479 5.124.938 14,029.050 642,180 2,879,816 3,361,648 1,399,869 2,382,632
Extraordinary income
9xtraordinary lnome. orsdits........................... 1,4644.82 513,620 82,212 869,020 15,105 197.722 300.793 3,012 56,625 152,863 49,008 607,312
1,rodnr nom hro ... -. ...... 170,669 1322 59,900 9847,367 73,001 11,000 S,? 9913:5 1:5
1241 1919 3 ?,0 170 3991 3,5 1,5
Delayed Income charges ................................. 5092 364,505 1,356 114, 31 -73,252 291,253 9102 1,799 18,622 103 1 89,905
Total extraordinary moose ........................ 405,006 352,486 112,579 4 60,059 20,070 69,771 262,645 a...........& 39,888 99,061 28,451 I 20.. 495
Not ione before Income taxes ,................... 34,590,244 19,770,953 4,213,205 10,606,086 284,549 5,194,709 14.291,695 635,216 2,919.704 3,460,709 1,428,320 2,162,137
Iwoose taxse I ................................. 14,977,122 9,262,109 1,833.445 3,881.568 160,880 2,076,562 7.024,667 256,309 1.476.915 1,044,036 457,197 647.111
Net Inoome ..................................... 19,613,122 10,508,844 2,379,760 6,724.518 123,669 3,118,147 7,267,028 378,907 1,442.789 2,416,673 971,123 1,515,026
Operating ratio I/ .........................(percnt) 95.98 96.11 95.39 95-95 98.72 95.87 96.03 96.48 94.73 95.83 95.72 96.87
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividend ................................. ....... 4,998,594 #3.290.275 $257,309 $1,451,010 $108,484 $477,469 $2,704,322 $38,000 #305g9 $346,960 $2562 044,85
Withdrawals ......................................... 5,569,090 1,522,659 823,866 3,222,565 73,817 1,056,016 392,826 78:149 66888 1,133,779 9,606 994.1 3
Total dividends and withdrawal ................... .. 10,567,684 4,812.934 1,081,175 4,673,575 182,301 1,533.485 3.097,146 116,149 972,478 1,480,739 605,231 1,498,978
EQUIPMENT
Revenue freight equitent owned:
Trucks Nmber of units ................ 4,712 1,385 440 2,887 237 714 434 64 175 961 301 1,386
Cost ............................ #26,027,717 $4,825,841 $975,361 $20,226,515 $674,359 12,414.357 $1,737.125 $131,925 #512,580 32,901,102 #12,326,170
Trust tretors -Number of units ................. 16,922 9.002 2,228 5,692 868 3,983 4,151 43 785 2, 368 1,628
eOr C r........................... $77,53634 $37,66,655 10,110,489 $29.659,230 #4.491,98 $18.639,77 14,635820 2,403 $3,00 71 10,542,188 2,499,9 $11,207,000
semitrailers -Number., of units.....................27,769 15.764 3,268 8737 1,376 5.8 8,643 541,304 3,645 74 2.4495
cost ......... I ................ 146,620 $48,804,75 $13392,393 26,9 82 4,610,920 #20,008,161 #24,1848 2,2443,60 $4,278,9 #9.352,0 #2.708, #8,367 6
7011 tr3.. -N44,ofm ....... ......3118 875 22 17 2,221 1 161 713 1 77 47225 1.87
-cost .............................a10501,998 #2405.921 #1058 #,4,3 50 #41,4 19612 #,55 #5,5 1581 # 25 #,900
0ther equipment 2 ............................#3358,073 495,211 1125.527 237.335 $80,28 #27,6 287,089 21 1 6 737,415 225,51! 1571.155
Total cost of al equipment .................... $206,370.782 $94.298,003 $24,754,308 $87,518,471 #9,857.305 $41,609.617 #42,831,081 #4,810,240 $8,135,869 #25.142,274 $9,360,046 #40.070.042
E31PLOYEB
Average number ............................... ........ .2,660 28,845 5.221 18,594 2.043 8.383 18,419 1,320 2,726 6,824 1,716 6,008
1otal compensation....$241,922,03) $134.967,494 $20,445.327 #86,509,212 $9,159,193 $38.958,949 #86.849.352 $6,25,518 $12,664,030 #27,834.123 $7,802.644 $31.982,897
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks sad tractore In interetty
reavnue servio*:
0wne6 power unitas
2n operation ............ ....................... 16,54 8,146 1,984 6,419 863 3,798 3,485 356 653 2,723 498 2,189
Undergoing repairs .............................. 8 460 96 308 62 227 171 25 44 114
8 __ 46o__ 96__ 2 27 n 6
Stand-by ..................................... 1,640 807 228 605 78 386 343 2 102 194 2
Total power Unite-oened .................... 19,053 9,413 2,308 7,332 1,003 4,411 3.999 404 799 3.031 571 2,527
Rented power m015e with00 drvs -I opIton841 ,8S37 1,997 63 59,5226 284 618 666 212 217
Rete owrunte.thdivr-in operation 144.036 9,252 1,55 3,129 1044 1,997295 ,1594 6
Total number o power units in int e1ty1
revenue service ............................ 41,510 24,552 4,500 12,458 1,170 6.938 16,444 740 2,532 4,651 1,250 3,285
Yebile.m..es operated in Interoity revenue
service (loaded and eamty):
owned vebilesac.... .................... .............99,329,61 401,528,969 121,853.264 375,9688 3,2,5 178.0448,413 126901 2,6,2 78486 131595 4,6,5 3,6,0
7.hial.. rented without drivers................ ...5,4971 380 81 3686,741764,28 3,23,64 1"68,5 320,001 85,466,777 51,71,60ao 315:.714 4 1:,9867 1, 8


1otal miles oparated in interoity
higray sorrioe .ll w oles1...............2,299,116,639 1,294,070,356 273,072334 731,973,949 40,971.872 327,144,469 925954,075 50,821,258 154,618,752 246,451,965 98,152,249 187,929,.725
Ntin-aIs serne an at r seree.............. 159,660 1.759,662 1,759,660
Tens of r1.e6 freigt carried In 1nter01ty
rve ............................. .. 106,85,705 52,033,689 11,30418 43.38,598 4,068,895 21,870,384 26, ,410 4,642,106 6,460309 1019,243 5,029,34 17,063597
raighte 0 serv e aterty servee .................836,019983 #480.276,872 #89,554,105 $266,188,946 $20,113,536 $122,384,803 #337,778,533 $16,662773 #52.392,588 #81,794,849 #33,434,814 #81,903,922
To-ofr"as fegh orjdinItecty17-6 -19.6 = =

AVERAGES
freight avenue Oe intecity ske1to41*5l ........... $0.363 60.371 #0.328 *0.363 $0.491 t0.374 0.365 $0317 00.339 $0340 0.341 0.436
ftpa0ea per Interoty vhole-mile #/ ..............* 0.369 #0.374 #0.325 0.37? 0.117 #0,383 t0.364 #0.316 #0.353 0,357 #0.347 60.455
Aveage mila per owned vehiote po na. .......... 4,2o 42,657 52,796 51,275 30,729 4o.365 48.177 53,626 46,827 43.958 76,650 55,348

. Credit or other reverse ite.
yf Does Dot 100104e Io"-. t-x. -ppitobI. 5001 an PrWItorshi'4 and Partneships. 0e0 introductory statesen't. Basic s~ fig re Inolud eprbi. eem. of aprtig ver e renet nd Ixnee loca seriositimvesl
Total expenses (Inaloding duproootio, maortlion, n prtn ee)dvddb ~a Prtn eeus es are notr~ o~remb. C, o~to,parisoiuve age y t 's... nd calrvns sa ag
Includes duplication an soco of tonagoe id froo~'* omd onnootng Cia..ON 2~Is byto ot loperating reenes the* 505510 Parifterolehile





STATISTICS OF CLASS I WOTOR CARRIERS P PDPIEY FOR THE AR ENDED DECEBUW 31, 1953 57

TABLE 28.--sUMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AmD OPERATIC DATA CONTRACT CARRIERs ROADED IN INRSI!! SRVIOE
BY DISTRICT AND REICO, 1953

All Eastern Southern Western RE0S 0 a5
Item districts district regon district ----Ww Mi-dale Ceta North- Mid- South* Rocky
Englend Atlantic entral_ westonntw..+we e Pacifie
Number of esriers represented .................... 267 187 14 66 12 79 96 12 24 7 2 A
ASSET SIDE
Current assete Total ............................ 431,156,100 $21,605,970 $2,266,752 $7,283,378 $965,347 05.749,320 $14.891,303 $1.273,317 $2,358,921 $1.545,831 $98,553 S2.aos.7s
Tangible property 4
Uarrier operating property........... 9? a ,O2 69.315,171 6.569:9Z0 21,499.891 4.029,600 23.418,682 41,86 e88 3,841,041 5,720,390 465 44*1 501376 7
Reserve for depreciation Sod amortization ... 50, 3,070 37.076,222 3.091,7 3 10.325.105 2,8,0 961 4 2150,7 1,8,8 I.9171 1,3,7 2:S: I :
Net carrier operating property .............. 46,891,982 32,238,949 3,478,247 11,174,786 1,440,298 10,492,533 20,306.118 1,955,415 2528,677 3,030.26? 273,109 3,387,318
Carrier operating property leased to there .... 42,897 42,897 42,897
Resrve for depreciationt and amortization ............9.262 9.262 9,262
Nonoarrier property ...............................1,035,736 868,748 29,676 137,312 6.138 470,49 392,113 17,807 43962,4- 51., 4
Reserve for depreciation end amortization .... 340137 287,272 6,792 46,073 6,138 217,396 63,738 __ 1,635 24,S8 2,659 17,99
Total tangible property less reserve ........ 47,621,216 32,854,060 3,501,131 11,266,025 1,440,298 10,779,269 20,634,493 11971,587 2,547,593 3,a52,151 273.109 3,421,585
Intangible property lace reserve for amortization 1,250,364 729,829 108,249 412,286 89,989 292,962 346.878 68,97? 119.779 108,479 19,943 95,108
Investment securities and advances Total ........ 2,804,917 1,787,317 246,771 770,829 71,834 442,882 1,272,601 116,954 273,190 24,100 911 353,668
Special funds, deferred debits, WA miscellaneous
debit Iteas Total............................ 994,036 745,293 6,689 242,054 6,606 146,545 592,142 65,828 93.199 73,634 156 9,237
Total assets ............................. 83,826,633 57,722,469 6,129,592 19,974.572 2,574,074 17,410,978 37.737,417 3,496,663 5,394,682 4,804,195 392.678 5,886.354
LIABILITY SIDE
Current liabilities Total .........................25,422,57 1,6,1 1,,83740 8305 ,0,967 11,808,09 821,432 1,849,35 ,5,0 94,7001,0,4
Advances payable Total .............................2,258,6 582,879 546 1,670,626 8,54 289,592 17,77 9593 9.621 1,31032 331 165 049
Equipment Sod other long-term obligations Total 14,654, 58 10,236,927 923,515 3, 494,142 569,031 2,549,902 7,13,94 U1322 801,8416 517,53 10 431 1,424,11
Deferred credit and reerves Total ............ 1,354,7 1018,344 96,86 239,97 1,027 1125 90722 2.154 97337 89,61 1 ,98 27,
Capital stook and nonoorporate capital Total ... 16 ,34,773 10,906,603 1,419,689 4,208, 81 614,881 3,642, 6,649,182 1,226,351 1,085,109 418,139 45,768 1.43),114
Unearned surplus.................................. 544,563 494,019 10,843 39,651 2,577 291,293 200 144 710,681 2:079 -569
Earned surplus................................. 23,056,419 16,321,136 2,236,9 8 4,498,335 514,513 4,930,089 10,8 731,340 1,464 6 142,850 1.096.173
Total unappropriated surplus ................ 23,600,982 16,815,155 2,247,841 4.537,986 517,090 5,221,382 11,076,683 742,021 1,466,415 1,054,834 142,850 1,131,866
Total liabilities ......................... 83,826,633 57,722,469 6,129,592 19,974,572 2.574,074 17,410.978 37,737,417 3,496,663 5.394,682 4,804,195 392,678 5,886,354
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Oerating Income
operating revenues:
Frih vne-neot-Omncrir... 71519 16628 24202 30489 6 2,640 1390 631,578 213,916 88,589 802,946 106,91 1,822,457
Freight revsnue-interoIty- trctO carrier 7,145,109 1,658,20 2,452,062 312,089 2,9,8 44 527 105,257,201 9,037,762 17.785.4588 12,189,163 759,84 11:496:$5
Frih evns.ntriy-onro arir 20385,426 15,5,7:315,7 129o 1190 2,49296,55 2,437,4326599,1
Freight revenue--Loool cartags ................... ...6023,790 3,771,927 383,899 1,867,9 123,527 1 9905 2 .95625 25,3 47 4 ,53959
intercity Transportation for other Class I motor_oerriers .......................................809219 6,722,589 2.055 1,278,575 6,938 624,525 6,091,126 229,359 253.02 ~ 421,~9 23 00 1
Other oprating revenue ...........................1,32,157 969,378 1643 206,326 34,224 250,329 684,825 25,277 98,0997 296558
Total operating revenues .................... 242,869,701 169,081,572 16,131,342 57,656,787 7,066,815 46,900,732 115,114,25 9,575,569 18,490.539 13,895,725 982,431 14,712,523
Operation and maintenance expensesS:
Equipment maintenance ......................... 23,411 659 1,954,661 8,12.891 1,169. 55 6,782,432 9 o 2 1640,9 15413,70 2,121, 1 797 1,978,847
ran at on 531 7,06229 8,102 141 30,6 8 7452 6 25,105 1,170 9727667?9089



Toalponsetio ................................ 235 50,19 16,9,10 1496,5 541672 6,9.3 4522,1 1 160 9,2.15 101299 1 2 28 9 76 137,828,79
Terminal .................................... 1a, 97,10 1o,63,970 1.786,765 131,71 1,798,50 2,976,729 2.7 -12 0 831 6.9 329,950
Traffic ..................................... ... 1 ,6:321 850990 165,813 329,518 27.955 186,982 636,0 56,866 72,888 13772 18 ,1 127,273
Insur as and safetyin. unit.. o.e.i............ 11,920,521 8298,561 780838 2,841,122 368,292 2,530,545 5 .399.7 464,261 859,543 701, 83,4 732,153
Administrative and general ................... 15,372539 .001,607 1,215,062 4,075,270 529,938 3,180,491 ,371,178 688,308 1,215,247 954,311 828 1,1,1
Total operation end maintenance expenses .... 204,125,0t0 143,056,576 13,283,085 47,7,379 5,97397 40,019,476 97,023,63 8,094,904 15,131,440 11,600,162 797,739 12,161,134
Depreciation expense ............................... 12986879 9,359,134 765,064 681 444,58 6,255,710 455,042 941.487 676,524 60.629 726,799
Depreciation adjustment .......................... d .321 k 6 8 21215 d3,1 d 47 .*
Amortization chargeable to operations ......... : 6 og 95 - )4-5
Operating t es and licenses ........................ ..237,29 9,446277 971,954 433,709 6,420,017 612,016 1,177,405 978.73 59,506 99306
Total epenes ................................. 230,800,197 161,497,010 14,986,459 54,316,728 6,796,739 45,262,111 109,438,160 9,124,91 17,217,959 13,227,83 918,076 13,828,819
Net operating revenue........................... 12,069,504 7,584,562 1,144,883 3,340.059 270,076 1,638,259 5,675,865 451,178 1,272,250 668,242 64,355 883,704
Les of distinct operating unit-Debit ..... 40,618 28,618 12,000 6,650 21,968 12,000 --
Lese of distinct operating unit--Credit ...... 54,518 15,445 38,123 950 -14,308 1.137 -- 950
Net carrier operating income ......................12,083,40 7,571,389 1.183,006 3,329,009 270,076 1,646.279 5,655,034 439,178 1,272,580 668,242 64,355 884,654
Other Ordinary Income
Incmm from nonorrier operatione--Net ..............6 AIJ1 94,413 1,664 4J& .90 4,739 62,961 26,713 36,347 d 1"83 4,t:
Interest income ................................. 9 92 71,797 7,785 16,338 1,503 8,203 62,1 3:957 5,3S 1.0
Dividend income ................................ :8663 5,139 33,524 691 4,18? 7j:1,2
91:6 2615 L 97 486 2512 -0.9Other nonoperating Income .............................155,646 65613 _____ ______ 2.2 60 .0ON. _____ ____Total other ordinary Income .........................210,412 217,875 9,602 -12,9351 6,728T 96,9890 114,16 109,203 d 2, 35 a 101,211 3- 5480
Grose ordinary inc1Ome.............................12,323,816 7,789,264 1,192,608 3,341,944 1 276,804 1 1,74-3,259 5,769,201. 548,381 1,243,225 566,449' 64,355 919,534





3S STATISTICS 0Y CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS 0F PROPERTY TOR THE TEAR ENDED DECMkBER 31, 1953

TABLE 28.-UNHARY OF SELECTED 7IMANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CONTRACT CARRIERS EROAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGIC, 1953


All lcteron Southern western RX 1NREGI 0S
Itea districts district region district New Middl* Northalid- South- RokT y
E__ __ged antio Central western Western eptern Mnqca Pacifo

INCOME STATEMENT Continued
Deductions From Ordinar Incaome
Interat .....................* $937.552 $640.356 054.608 $242,588 $34,025 $174.236 $432,091 $39,760 071.109 $28,407 07,251 $96,061
Asortisation of debt discount and upase .......*** 5,802 5,787 15 57 5,730 15
Amortization of premium on debt-Credit ...........
Other d.ductions ... I. -o.... ;:::: 360,059 210,369 56,354 93,336 47,687 52,961 109.721 9,037 43,937 26,830 13,532
Total deductions from ordinary inoo0e ........... 1.303,413 856,512 110,962 335.939 81,712 227,254 547,546 48,797 115,061 55,237 7251 109,593
met ordinary inoome ........................... 11,020,403 6,932,752 1,081,646 3,006,005 195,092 1.516,005 5.221,655 499,584 1,128,164 511,212 57,104 809,941
Extraordinary Ino2m
Extraordinary lnon. credits ............ 25363 140,079 21,352 53:,93 10096o,113 7,449 1, 1 40,324 98
zxtraordinary income charges..........................U4, 60,1 3,e98 4 76 34,351 6, 61 35,964
Delayed 100030 credits............................... 120,003 31,786 2769 ?7,941 4,99;97 26 83,494 2,492 -1,955
0.1.2.8 too=* Cbargesm................................6322 10,655 356715- 29.20 2997 5,97

Total extraordinary income ...................... 174,773 100,392 17,643 56,738 1 19,182 81.539 60,973 d 8,877 33,663
Net Inoome before noome taxs .................. 11.195,176 7,033,144 1,099,289 3,062,743 194,763 1,535,187 5,303,194 560,557 1,119,287 544.875 57,104 780,920
Income tues I/ .................................... 4,936534 3,081,014 442,828 1,12,692 58,372 500,377 2,522,265 262.943 564,314 233,248 18.373 333,814
Not Insme ..................................... 6,258,642 3.952,130 656,461 1,650,051 136.391 1,034,810 2,780,929 297,614 554,973 311,627 38,731 447,1o6
Operating ratio / ......................(peroent) 95.03 95.51 92.90 94.21 96.18 96.51 95.07 95.29 93.12 95.19 93445 93.99
blv2DESD APPROPRIATIOnS AND WITEDRANALS
Dividends......................................... 1212,$49 $971,9 054,600 086,040 07500 $135,231 $829,178 035,640 #6,000 $84,400 060.000
WithdraAl....................................... 1,318,658 671.461 52,706 594,491 64956 356,074 250,431 63,270 272,839 62,366- 196,016
Total dividends anM wlthdrawals .................. 2,531,207 1,643.370 107.306 780,531 72,456 491,305 1079,609 98,910 278,839 146,766 256,016
EQtIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned at .lose of years
Truok Number of units ............... 1,277 737 94 446 103 333 301 48 68 80 49 201
SCbot ........................... $4,505,318 $2,650,612 $183,028 $1,671,678 0397.168 61,43053 $823 391 675, 164,032 $204,429 0261,032 0966,627
Track trantora Number of unitsm..................... 97682 571 2,76334 2,6 4328 4113 708 685 25 345
t- o......................... 35,586 026,o,647 $2,136,640 7,378,682 01,822,81 9587,322 014,661511 01,230,725 $2,085,164 $1,982,96 59,807 $2,020,010
Semtrailers Numb.er of uanits ...................12,660 9,165 693 2,802 504 2,854 5,807 525 81 701 28 697
cosl .......................... $39,975,7O $29,205,366 02.380,913 $8,389.31 #1,356,091 08867,498 $18,981,777 $1,628,377 $2,608,359 $1,971.803 059.3 $2.121,4
P.ll trailer : Somber of : : : ................ : 49612 39 9102 8 21 280 13 6 19 132
Donoet...........................1360,05? 0767,40 093,727 498,929 $16,145 042,197 0709.059 069:852 8141 347,736
Other equipment- Cost...........................6,1905.567 41,463,158 615,801 426,608 0167,368 0464,.05 6831,345 072,346 0130,620 067,180 05,653 150,809
Total coot of all equipment .................. $83,333,621 16o,158,184 04,810,109 $18,365.328 $3,759,586 $20,391,515 $36,007.083 *3,007,006 $5,058.027 $4,226,388 0467,227 $5,606,680
EMPLOYEES
Avera: nomber:.........................:::::::::::::.:18:414 12,062 1.221 4 231 712 4,152 $88991$ 80 6 266 109 849
Total compensatioo ...............................91.898.291 065,200,266 05,349,707 021,348,318 03,285.798 020,387,578I $41,52,89 $3,89731 1I 6,2651:123 $6,028,292 0384,217 #4,773,004
OPERATING STATISTIC
Average number of track. and tractors In Interoity
revaue service:
Owned power units:
In operation ................................ 8,624 6,203 479 1,942 358 2,136 3,70 391 601 580 25 345
bnergolog repair$ ........................... 427 286 7 134 35 97 15 14 42 52 1
Stand-by ..................................... 623 429 24 170 32 123 274 21 69 24 2
Total power unit--Owned ................... 9,674 6,918 510 2,246 425 2,356 4,137 426 712 656 28 424
Ranted power units without drivers-In operation 1.252 889 13 350 202 687 86 113 101 2 48
Ranted power units with drivers-In operation ... 2,003 1,626 160 215 32 278 1,318 32 103 5 75
total number of power unite it integrity
ravanue serv ..... ................... 12,929 9,435 683 2,811 457 2,836 6.142 544 928 762 30 547
Vaheole-a-les operated in intercity awaint
(loaded med mpty):
Owned voilc................43631,343 301945,668 27,524,028 124,161,647 11,238,648 76,50,30 240674 206971 4,611 3,9 ,15 ,1,0321617
Vehilca ratdwtotdie..........9301,319 39,90,5 34,209 29,336,660 8,452,894 31,477.556 6 .335 .9,379,036 10.44627 90,000 2,981,662
ashil.:yrated with driversa....................14740,8 71,687,20 12,526,278 20,5426,767 840,823 12,588,374 58,258. 03 264 026 85475 15,4- 7,331
Drleawy...........................12.13977 1,99,942 895,959 18.07 1317,215 9,482.727 250:303 167,773 -Total cans operated in interetty highway
.0wie all vhiole a.................... 639,786,924 424.363,300 40,980,474 174,443,150 12,079,471 98,858,789 313,425,040 29,668,425 63,066,625 47,420,566 1,806,403 32,481,131
iles--Nail and water services ......................
Tnas of revenue freight carried In Interity
t ei ........................................ 34,328,284 27,848,610 1,359,098 5,120,376 1,534,579 8,095,596 18,218,435 1,037.839 1,321.448 696,326 102,642 1,962,321
Freight raenut ro interoity sweet w ............. 227,530,535 0157,617,678 015,608,935 $54,303,922 $6,902,126 $44,826,773 0105,886,779 09,21,678 $17,874,047 612,992,109 8866,777 013,319,311
AVERAGES
Preight revenue per interolty-al .................. 0.356 00.371 00.381 00.311 0.571 $0.453 $0.338 $0.312 $0.283 00.274 $0.480 #0.410
Expenmes per IateroIty vahicle-ile 2/ ............ 0.361 $0.381 00.366 $0.311 $0.563 0.458 $0.349 00.308 t0.273 10.279 00.508 0.426
Average all--per owned vehicle per annu ..6..2 43,646 53.969 55,281 26,444 32,470 51,778 47,816 63.153 53,300 61.330 52,184

d. Credit or other revarma it...
j/ Does not ancl ore t eo.. taxes applioable to cole proprietorahips and partnerships. Sie introductory I/ Bsi fig es include expenses of operating vehicles in 20teredtyp and in local services; tha e x/a T se o not oebrable Compaini of average revenue and xpcal revenuetsr ltgevpartofthe
pest:ns temneritent.l-al
Z/ Total e.pn. diie oa r hrefore sublaot to qualification, particularly where the in al revenue io a large part of the
(including dopr~aiation. amOrtiXatioA MAd Operating taxca) dvedby taloperating total revenue.
"avenus..




STATISTICS 0r 01066 I 00700 00RRIERS Of PROERTY MR6 THEtEA ENDED 1922 00709 31, 1953 3


TABLE 29.-071007260 STATISTICS CARRIERS ENGAGED0 IN 267060070 0060221 REPORTING 040220 706.46100
BY DISTRCT20N REGION10, 1933

(Thee oa'1Or. ar. 1n0luded 1n tab1e. 14, 26, and 27)


70.1 ~ o7eor o Tt).B orl~. f 001IO Oe.P. of Total oaanoe, sonoo1Coe t 000, 6n6
00.07 t600 thsan th



of gene0ral0 OrooO06 fro6 10.- IT.01700
.7. 00110.~il r


-4 r aroTTp .da ........................ ,70 1,093 1,3 1,02 1.62 73 507 WB 216 106 269 265 1 126 303725 2

I. tt .0 ... 01....0...0.. .....60,6261 39607 16,666 29 492 22,3 77,93 6,665 1,070 16.76 12,701 6195.006 6.209 ?97 391,96 8.37
CO 701.010001,..I 29700 267 2 1676 ,7 703 134 5691 1,163 51 3,5 3,56 1,71612254263
900*7 0009. 0190 6010*7~~~~.......... 01 ...236 I,0 13o8 121 2,1 U913 1.46 1.0 4,2 1,53,703726 0 ,
at001 0.0y 70 ...........................0..06.23.6,02....29 6,20 60,29 3,30503460,.3296,06 2,60617,63 1,76 6,06169510,09 26,69 6, 2,59
T ea oo e u0. t. Cand00 70 o 4 .......... ........ 100,663 61,949 16,668 51,762 4,273 9,307 14,909 126,21 2,366 36,1760 1277021 7,395.6o 6,356 1905 19,.061 943 3,
21 38740 10 10,10 14000 17*7I03000024 10


1o a 01180 r 09.0 4 10 it -60 0 0 Int rci y 10 se v c 11 6,2,752024 116 ,2 7 2 1 6 ,2 0 9 4 82 1 9 3, 06 9 134 9, 96 083 28,6055 -7 W 6, 61 5 1,0,,561 I: 1 ,097 20 64 14 14

664 of 0. rea .70ruks100 ae wnd.. loe.. sy... 19,01,363 1721,723 1,96 12,02 1062,025 90 4,263 52,21 2.) 6,3,066 6,7,13 17,60 6,51206 6,35069 1,9,26 1,5,665 -.
BOO,4le operated 0In7, Int0e1rcity. 249096 1662,6 61303 12,6,3 06519 71391 2.1,31 1,7,2 066,6 17063 3,2616 3,3,3 2,9,1 ,5,6 36099 6,5,9 25,661,11 29,137,5
007 1(6.7 00.10. . . . 6,12,66,69 3,37,66,96 13767223643 6,21,26,36 2,29,40,31 7,39,60,66 ,63,71,31 3,36,00,21 1996919191 16.35,26,13 2,27,32,39 5766566~64 1.39:~5:66 1,91,73,67 67,52,76 .37,61,96 6,66,63,65 ,33,39,72
(2 00,7 and. . 22,1.7 206,23,61 9661,5 13026 1 526,464,32 26,36,05 13:,66,777 66,777p -l:112 1 169,,70 1,2 ,9901 1 26 11 1 31, 11 1 69,63,1 2 54,27,9 16.,90 1663650 7
900 00 08 .0 70 00 00 .0 0 00 60 . 3 ,3 3, 03 56 3 ,3 1, 20 36 1 ,60 ,6 5, 02 26 60 ,3 32 3 0, 13 92 ,0 6 ,9 6, 96 16 7 63 .7 6, 69 5, 36, 66 69 1 99 .0 9, 91 16 16 ,5 2, 93 12 32 ,9 6, 19 5. 16 35 .6 6 ,6 6,9 6, 76 1, 61 00 ,6 0 67 95 ,0 6 ,6 5, 67 13 6 26 ,6 6, 60 6 5,6365 00 0071y0*,10 . . 35273069 236,6,2 87,5664 6,766337 133,7,2 66,6,60 60,0704 63097,3 6,1969 6966631 7696,3 23,5,3953.9200 9177693 1,7191 65n9639 6969,7 11,3,5
. . . 630071,63 6,2676,7 66,9516 176,3706 9123,0,43 9 03, :.61 39,0,5 61,6,1 626267 920566:616311 2062,2 1776,0 179 1,.0 29,9,5 55,5,9 43,3,5 61,1,9 4n9tt,?76163

9o oe(0.00 01 0 o m 0 ~ 6229"6:2223I6 310 39 192 233 371 131 59 165 219 134 224 0.9
-I1 11 I. I.0. h.11 I0 .21o. . . . 50,929 17,93 6 ;6,361 19 62,396 0 4 1,963 63 5. ,67 0, 675 6,12,924 3316 61336,9056.3,7 160.962:0573,926,3
1000000 7(0 1893 0 o7 0000. 70 10 ,2,7 5, 123 03077(0 96,0037 10107 7 00I100 60 1 3,006.10,0 9002lg 3 0 06 10. 40 00 94:2
1.7. ..p'o4o4 . . . 61 26 1231 573 360 17 10 71 30 107 566 6 31 B9 2, I 76 5 6V
.910 7 500

07l6010 cle 0p00........... .:...... 796 660,2 ,86,2,99136991, 1306062 130.1731159 204,861129035,9296,46,831l 0364 ,85,27421620. 920 5471.8106,5626 76$6,442689.78213 125364.7291 1,, 69.0
.-t d- s......................... 9 3 1 30312 1, 960 6742.9 604,92 16 1314 7,23 36, 3,54076 178 90 5133o ,6120 36 3,6 76 1.67,4 26
a ,. of no 0010._ ~ 0. . ....... 4 296 1 082,61 3,607o 1 27, ,39 ,619 3715,31 2531622361 8860 10 624 M791,5 35,216 3852,339 12, .0699 15.637 4607,2 4.5,371 .2 6 611 2 0 ,305

90 0 410 1 60 0 401 .7 9 70 1 0 390 ,6 05, 6 36926 2,066 5 1 676 1 1 6,9 1 6 9 180 5 6390252692 320 6
100070010:E10 WI000.I 03.,10. . 9 36 g ,:6: 15 71. 31 6 26,5,4,8 021 3 651,960696810192 2 7,05, 70 66 61 63 016

00001 and 01 T 0 070000 00004e .0 010.. 7..........7 20 307416 61605 302633 1 4,526 8 63650 6,263 3,569 71 log 150 6,62090 2 ,36o 9 3 33 9 ,5 337 10,0 ,5 ,

676,357,697 501,Interc6933 136u97M626h117243071.176.3.7.192073277616636006326617269830,00016,601,8.666202 113,115,963216,605,3023,20,265666-36,339,632,36,060,132,234,876
.68140,123.063 130,43 62 2,8,672,17 ,3,76892,62 361,,13.881 ,962,017.2191 iSi,1237 2,6394,777 3.6,57,803 163,96177 16,3 9900,90 61 17266 3,3 .7 1,?,168,33
101 7813 3,U ,323,66 382,0, 2 101,33,602 $ 1 0833.5 $ 2,,72 9 46,810,726 2994, 704 0-092,3 2,19,8690 9 3 40,317 $-98,3 $2,630.,56 16 9,3 61772,3 -1. 1, $5,67,2,97 -962,7 16,95
S 11T ............10100.................. 2,1,06,93,58 26,106,199 669,956,196 21,53,2 1,66,605 463,62566 3 9066,6718 $319,993,11 162,705,357 466,636.223 256,099,016 W 210,352722 25,6,676 412730,63 66,663,961 677,0,136 43063,65013 11,76,5016
60 00 .000 . . .5,3 ,3,3 26263 11263 173,6 ,6.0 ,6,56- 36366 36366 1119,7

100 96 0.71 6 6 1 0.01 7 0. 1 . 6,6 2,61 60,6639 2,2 5,6 9 6,0263 6,7766 622,36 1,6 3,66 7,3 6,07 5,39261 1327,6 7 ,93,3 6 ,3 6,39 ,6 0,63 2,67,62 6,6376 5356,2 1 .6 6.61o3,5966
10701 7 70 .008 77019 90 ~060


. . . . 61,66,31,25 6725,96.5 I/601,0 61776,1 $ 62,2,2 1,6739 2 9763,3 16,1,5 06699370 20, ,0 13,27,79 6966616 6 2 6 06,2,5 9 36036 520,06925 6$.3635,6 672921
936568 2R F- 0 o II E
-e- 900oo6010 3oo-0.... .... 636 .39 0037 0661 N.36 ?X635 0. 5 0 076 0.66 10.77 r~69 I.2 6 1. .0016 .0 61 79530 0
9, 6009 ,11.0 0 04r/1.0 .590 ,691 a,67 91 692770,6 1 116 7 1121 32
tun00 (0.om 0001 9V. 0000.0 V. ........ . 266 2 7 16 3 109 30 31091 162330
0 or 00 060697060 . 6,7 66,166 66,960 32,72 32,62 03,63 61,3 63,336 50,926 613303,0 6 7,3 62. 736 3,69 7666 3733,3



1600fca lo.0o.0 000*0 .......... ......00704 .01 .0...0 412 289 123 0.010 6 10001 7 100101100001106. 2 115 7 6
m 1ap 1001040 of 060 Ofuks 69701d 0062,100i "10 10in10 Inerit 101r071.;evenu000e. /6.0.00 147060 1140 600 000100 080 10712000. 010 .1 0907010 2power00 solve070.6 6 6900 0710,1,.110116000010 030
01. oeration .......................... 0127 9,27 1000 000002 1000 26935 96762 2040 000000 7006440,7 ,62Ig6 90492 ,81





40 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953
TABLE 29.-OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE REPORTING REVENUE TON-MILES
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953
B.-CONTRACT CARRIERS
(These carriers are included in table 28)

All Eastern Southern Western R E GO 0S .
Item districts district region district New Middle Roky
....Endln Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mouan

Number of carriere represented ................................... 238 168 10 60 9 73 86 11 23 6
Average number of trucks and tractors used in intercity
revenue service:
Owned power unite:
In operation ............................................ 8,122 5,847 429 1,846 319 2,032 3,496 33 587 564
Undergoing repairs ....................................... 404 264 7 133 35 93 16 14 41 52
Stand-by ................................................. 567 396 5 166 32 115 2 9 21 68 24
Total power units Owned ............................. 9,093 6,507 441 2,145 386 2,240 3,881 388 696 640 2
Rented power units without drivers--In operation ...... 1,181 818 1 350 195 623 86 113 101
Rented power units with drivers--In operation ............... 1,868 1,527 12 215 14 260 1,253 32 103 5
Total number power units Intercity revenue service 12,142 8,852 580 2,710 400 2,695 5,757 506 912 746
Number of revenue trucks and tractors owned at close of year ..... 10,240 7,128 594 2,518 397 2,386 4,345 421 758 748 74
Vehicle miles operated in intercity revenue service
(loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles .............................. ............... 429,678,003 288,793,059 23,425,951 117,458,993 10,107,259 73,379,190 205,306.610 17,754,518 43,988,812 34,532,952 1,716,4o3
Vehicles rented without drivers ............................. 65,001,317 35,685,132 34,209 29,281,976 8,059,168 27,625,964 6,01,335 9,379,036 o,8 4 ,62 90,00
Vehicles rented with drivers ................................ 97,923,245 69,583,922 7,872,571 20,466,752 717,683 11,9 5,475 56,920,764 2,647,026 8,554.,705 1,951,72
Driveaway ................................................... 6,810,646 5.496,611 895,959 418,076 1,317,215 4,179,396 250,303 167,773
Total miles operated in interoity highway service 1,806,403
All vehicles ..................................... .. 599,413,211 399,558,724 32,228,690 167,625,797 10,824,942 94$701,048 294,032,734 27,053,182 62,090,326 46,969,303
Miles--Rail and water services ............. ......................
Tons of revenue freight carried in intercity service 1/ ........... 31,565,067 25,651,486 1,220,224 4,693,357 1,387,421 7,807,063 16,457,002 998,534 1,300,337 676,486 102,642
Ton-miles--Interolty revenue freight: Z/
Motor carrier highway service .................................. 4,337,704,138 3,086,127,816 194,887,858 1,056,688,464 74.,373,692 725,283,662 2,286,470,462 181,521,911 419,304,721 194,226,036 18,149,258
Rail and water carrier services ................................ 99,000 99,000 99,000
Total ton-miles Intercity revenue freight ................ 4,337,803,138 3,086,226,816 194,887,858 1,056,688,464 74,472,692 725,283,662 2,286,470,462 181,521,911 419,304,721 194,226,036 18,149,258
Freight revenue Intercity service ................................ $212,349,676 $147,570,717 $13,189,385 $51,589,574 $6,090,289 $42,532,596 $98,947,832 $8,524 ,132 $17,483,712 $12,740,671 $866,777
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating taxes) 3/ ... $216,041,981 $151,772,111 $12,561,961 151,707,909 $5,961,289 $43,093,039 $102,717,783 18,454,725 116,875,998 $12,981,160 $918,076
AVERAGES
Freight revenue Per intercity vehicle-mile ...................... 0.35426 80.36933 80.40924 (0.30777 $0.56262 0.4J4912 0.33652 p0.31509 0.28159 p0.27126 p0.47984
Per intercity ton-mile ........................... $0.04895 60.04782 80.06768 80.04882 0.08178 0.05864 0.04328 p0.04696 0.04i0 p0.06560 p0.04776
Expenses Per interoity vehlole-mile 1/ ...................... 0.36042 :0.37985 :0.38978 80.30847 :0.55070 to.45504 10.34934 10.31252 0.27180 80.27638 60.50823
Per interoity ton-mile / ........................ $0.04980 0.04918 :0.06446 0.04893 0.08005 0.05942 $0.04492 60.04658 0.04023 80.06684 a 0.05058
Ton-miles Per intercity vehicle-mile (average load) V ......... 7.24 7.72 6.05 6.30 6.87 7.66 7.78 6.71 6.75 4.14 10,05
Per ton (average haul per carrier) ................137 120 160 225 54 93 139 182 322 287 177
Average miles Per owned vehicle per annum ....................... 47,254 44,382 53,120 54,?59 26,185 32,759 52,900 45.759 63,202 53,958 61,300

1 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
In many instances the ton-miles reported were designated as 'estimated.' dividing revenue ton-miles by intercity vehiole-miles.
/ 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 tons of intercity revenue freight carried.
not separable. comparison of average revenue and expenses per intercity vehicle-mile are therefore subject
to quaification, particularly where the local revenue is a lare part of the total revenue.




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Albit total ...26.......38.....,482 61,6"."S8.600 $333,.9 $11.912.372 $1,661,704,566 $1.597..$83,834 $64.783.932 625358,261 162,6(5 $753.1149.99S 25,134 2,828 0714,3 1.569.22 875,577.313 35,044.614 3.357 2799.847.972 10.,30" $05,989-S
bm&imriot tol ......... I"4 273,86.536 880,789,134 56.019 3.923,130 886.768.283 857.078,643 29.582."7 9.816.938 84,53A 3"8,850,176 11,914 9.125 3,410 24,.4 611,00.69 5.373.274 218.959.024 3,357 1.405,3ah,347 4,871,15 .627 .610
an W ood *a .......... 8 16A"4.433 41.06),285 56.019 68.454 "1,187.658 40,062.966 1,12.692 310,030 4.80)3 20.918,2"8 94 33 71 .109 40.268.993 3,386,686 6,010.661 49.666,340 3.272,3 .88 .0
Ka.tot aogu ........ 1... 52 101.3m 90 284,064.016 3,12,5 287,177.566 276.65710 10.472,027 3.988.432 29.314 130.806.9133 4,887 1,654 1.451 7,992 VA.~63 8935.321 84,986,897 4150.697,M4. 0
84 15.5.9 55.6,: 2,4112 558.403.05" 540,339,959 17,985.655 3,320.456 50.397 247.122.99 608 7.43 31.888 154806 405'051.267 100,oo 66t 3,5 939.110,159 1. "15 .575
5r No .............. 3 82,606.635 228,332,674 281,728 228,814,402 22240o7.369 8,299,293 3,350,898 24,306 104.132.367 4,381 827 696 5,904 317,210.842 66,20,12 37.684,"4 441.14.5.002 5,243 47* .."a
rifot $*UI.................8 0 M2.030.311 540.,136.792 277,575 5.707.524 546.121,88 518.997,842 26.904.265 12,178,415 33.825 232,467.252 8,839 2." 9512,680 60,.963.754 233.953.919 78.400.950 953,318,623 6,018,968 .567 .5"8
ffo o rw~t g"eon...................17 -20.9A8409 70,233,326 100,149 264,365 70,597,840 60.697.38" 1,868937 679.561 7,717 35,405.752 1,28 317 189 1,790 69,972,220 25,92,86 10,973,602 16,876 591,806 .5 A
a- .A ............. 12 42 086.468 109.928,127 177.46 635,950 10,971,503 105,923.042 5,031,331 2.401,384 9,901 46,491,244 1,559 1,086 593 3,24 121.51 ON2 78,6595 43,175,719 285,352.696 1,917,066."40
Amkooo regio...................2) 1,060,574 117,138,241 1,045,624 U68,179,865 112,953,090 5,128,320 2,271,402 13.253 57,964 2,500 708 38 3.246 23,3,6 533,9"4.355 3,276,799 211.064,.721 3,443,8W .553 .3
41.rg.........18 537,0 81,399,383 581,115 1,-980,49 75,094.276 6,841,851 3,252,366 7,296 335,252:683 1,107 281 63 1,451 102,527,69 35,44612 12,834154 150,816,758 6.236 .540 .4g&
-...............23 72,390,8531 161.41.71 2,9,50,460 164,392,175 156.3x0.049 8,033,626 3.573,.12 25.658 77,351,923 2,389 484 80 12.953 203,129,249 47,953,243 8,140,376 259,212,768 .623 60

flY 180021 220108
16 Mtor Trmp~oto010 Go., w 2...........2 1.136 1.243.186 3,873,391 1,256 3,74,647 3,918,758 d 441 L.S .2M 42 19335 9 6 6 10-.2,3 6,6 8,6 4,7,634,1 8 .1
Soos.C 0.............................. : A 3,42h 4,966,042 7,810,105 2,03 7,812.158 7,413,503 a9,5 221I,226 919 4,251,810 165 16s 8.107.503 2.398- 8,169,941 .5 "
Arthr Isrs Trckf ON :6 .4.6 ,6.2 o 66090 64769 4 5 .7 3 05.2 204 7 241 7:0908 2,53.960 9 604:338 8o0,780 6" 6
1;j';;: *:...........................247 3,496,959 7,:683,754 7,683,754 6,955.069 728,66 363,870 97 3,876.837 62156363,67 6,63.23 ,8,8 1. 138 1.048
4h bnr opkig O.., I. .................4A 2,986 2,279,61 5,958,759 2 62 5.938.92'1 5,715,436 243,465 97,002 722 3,105,821 A4S- 4 6,97"38 12.332 6,986,657 523,594 .5 818
b 016ag Ue. M. ..................... A 1,986 533,691 3,683,095 3.996 3.687,091 3.964.595 L.... W.fik6ff Ma 2 1,484,480 08 246 23 97 398A4 3,014.2235 2,647,898 6,060,565 .664
A ss P................................2B 1,958 2142,403 2,861,754 36.019 68,773 2,978,546 3,026.491 A4 t190l dL ...Z 395 1,758,694 81 1 1 83 4,860,643 6,294 81.041 4,947,978 196,787 .5"0 .12
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k MmWtI= (IaO., Uso. ..................3 4,897 1,05,321 5,1,1 3 128 ,519,112 5,231,160 287.952 89.590 222 1,880,719 33 94 127 1,799,425 63719- 8,16,744 -.676 .641
Ab mopos, lao. (Sow York) .............A 24,832 24,896,660 43,782,632 31:,64 43,834,116 42,604,002 1,215,702 21,3.01 5,288 23,851,624 1,064 19 6 1,089 75.199.003 3,552,317 394,647 9,145,969 :55
on" 4 V lb..Ine, INS ......................0a 909,29 3,838,337 -707 3,851,044 3,741,843 109,201 83,022 242 587,333 13 21 145 179 432,000 647,044 6,858,5650 7,929.609 48 :942
&p140.b4o4 motor flowo o. ..........2 1,465 703,484 2,690,495 6,877 2,697,372 2.775,817 d 0. 305I 263 1,392,478 33 2 54 2.120.266 1,274,032 -3,394,298 -.793 .818
Ap 80w Cor 0. or 2.101.3, city1..........A 081 2,962,604 3,672,670 337,77?2 4,030,442 3,691224 39 1,54,024 621 2,752.086 85 85 3,902.541 18,730 -3,921,071 .937 .941
L* .................. 4,289 1,133,413 4,153,580 251 4,13,831 4,144,027 9,804 a ,3 385 1,767,760 49 59 12 129 4.196.908 3,048.331 38,066 -7.283.305 .570 .6
Zdolo...........A 2.157 1,101.749 3,129,288 3,502 3,122,790 2.951,960 1760 91,02 352 1,599,315 62 3 65 3,468251 242.930 -3,7111 .1 .
0 8a~i., TM. ......................... 1 2,726 1,836,098 5,263,88 2 2421 5,226,305 5.18614 79,561 1-8891 584 2,555.176 79 A4 3 106 5,043,273 1,654.675 567,242 7,265.090 : 725 .7R1
wk ~ ro J .s o........................ A 1,676 2,59,4 6,633,633 6.199 6,639,812 6,510,374 129, 438 21,.984 786 3,764,954 162 7 169 7,118.509- 260,353 7,378,8U2 .899 .882
asIo .............................. A 185 1,338,06 2.692,04$ 71 2,692,126 2,393,183 96,931 35,406 297 1,381,525 91 3 9* 2,875,449 181,320 632- 3,057.401 .881 M84
.so, IN. ..........................3a 2.422 1,529,71 ,0,5 ,0.5 87576L...o5 0 2,288,739 80 6.8 2 ,7650 42538 8979,867 17,883,143 W8 .488
Loapr. iz*$~a., IAWo. ............2 3,667 3,179,846 18,444,1211 9,146 10,453,257 9,283,327 1,173,782 V79 748 4,189,407 59 154 107 320 3,366,12 8,154,79 2,524,92 14 2,25,51 .745 .662
10M. 1.1 2................... .......... 2 540 1,668.955 5,509,854 W 2 5,310,276 5,267,885 842,391 123.999 715 2,980,046 123 28 143 5,184,999 330, ~ 152,1"1 5,67,253 .9"2 .930
Ib.octhalos lo, ..................... 0 2,262,479 9.634.285 1.325 9,615,510 9,093,300 542,218 219,923) 8 ,5,4 30 245 U26 391 1,818,86 11,770, 5,459,800 19, 047.05 .506 An7
Ifr 2025.Co...........A 1,367 2,617,344 3171#1.804 495,344 6.237,148 6,05330D 181,818 121.698 89" 3,730,682 112 2 5 13 .,81.479 57,8 1242 6,3,3-.71.8
L 0~ 4.41,. I= ....................... A 1.459 76&,387 3,472,992 -111 3473,103 3,416,721 56.382 30,210 382 1.798.7"S 128 128 MW82443- 3,.82,443 .969 .954
0n4bt" I s, ...................... 3 648 502,694 2,928,779 2,928,779 2,832,394 68,389 54481 154 043,663 25 it 42 79 1,218,964 50,788 2,.40,494 4 4,60.266 23,893 .721 .698
lasZo,..............A 66 897,032 2.856.173 105 2,837,242 2,7n6.031 14031 4,928 324 1,7,1 5 7 52 24092 24276,243 2,71,5 1.069 1.017
21.30*a%1a C. .................. ..A 2,239 1,619.733 4,502,708 4,502.700 4,32B,162 174,538 95.607 555 2,IS0,278 91 84 15 ,3586 17.57 360,667 6.010.723 -9-2
1.404Mtr 20,, A 1.,65 1,266,106 4,818,679 -- 4.810.679 4,796,547 14,132 9,674 393 2,890,733 47 39 66 13808- 2,995,847 -7,543,7250 .655 65
'*R 01.,I..... ...........A 5,432 2,607,843 5,12.030 264,622 3,375,0 5,137,820 237,4 1283 787 3.151,745 03 2020,4,0 3,8 ,8,9 .701 .705
80101t~to. lam ....................0a 701,85 3.526,803 6.746 3,33,549 3.432.689 100,860 46,99 140 57S.997 19 91 31 141 1,693,011 3,27.65 4.304.107- 9.276.770 .380 .7
0., 2. .......................... A M80 795,306 2,531,224 9.760 2.540.984 2,409,362 131,622 75,038 339 1,479,773 100 1 101 2.927.904 9,331- 2,937,033 .862 .2
11Ks24 M~ass. ISO. ................. 3 7,466 2,684,569 15.898,158 38,983 15,137.241 14,851,092 286,049 65.962 1,223 6,064,856 377 377 22.757,529- 22:17 59- .663 .653
09000011.3 0 .....................D 680 1,152,4NN7 2.91,605 161,876 3,1335 2,988.798 164.717 67,893 458 1 .,877 67 4 n 7 2,995,217 189.715 3 314,932 .939 .938
1*124a 20As, lot. ..............A 13,674 1,493,972 4,432,812 4,432.811 4,380,492 52,319 20,675 291 1,016,112 123 123 8,260,73 6.8260,733 -.537 .-DO
2.. a., Motor.................... A 872 1,106,732 2.?,76,00 244,807 3,026,017 2,845,806 180,212 71,532 361 1,534,782 43 2 45 2,471,794 118.2 71,040- 2,633.24" 1.049 1.07)
010~t Tm.opoltotins Co., Us ...........A 3,847 2,280,165 9.647.757 33,1U9 9,680,916 9,279,806 401,110 198,893 788 3,607,938 218 218 13,374,540 -11,374,540 -.721 .89"
owO O., IA ....................... A 1,426 741.292 3,627,346" 18,491 3,645,837 3,524,185 121,732 1,112 425 1.797,089 74s 68 5 247 1.64",536 2,346.610 377.798 4363.936 .827 .804
t mra .............. A 1,177 2,819,222 5,744,588 327.069 6,071,569 5,713,659 355,910 150,277 752 3,863,080 152 18 6,240,882 29,812 -6,270,69h .916 .911
WI MA............................... 2 1.583 1,166,484 2.793,874 3,877 2797.751 2,707,188 90,3 22.662 299 1.315,598 77 9 T6 4,56,453 709.620- 5,216.103 .536 -.519
09010.01.3 a., 2.. .......A 1,493 2,022,416 4,447,924 -- 4,:447,924 4,072,700 373,2 1418 8 2,2882 110 110 ? 2 -.0.2 .60 .626
u2ot4 0a C...... .....A 736 MA95O 2.741.129 -26 2.741,135 2,73741 25,424 4,103 327 1,.596,698 6 66 4,431,490 21,320 161,8000 4,613,810 -59 .589
I- Zrommk Ante X~ms. Co., Inc. A 692 698,789 2.692,092 -116 2,693.008 2m63,863 3993 16,9 59 48.0 123 6 22,5028.90 6,587,72 .872 .859
X .24t aom. ........ ::: A 3.469 775,9 4,077,109 17,760 4,0 *869 4,086,041 6,563 16,590 27 1,4068032 12 -0 54 114 3"2'0008 -.9.3 821,900 -74 3,4540
PrmfrG. I ......... A 2.4 M .8933733 3,896,936 3,803,899 87,037 42,814 383 1,410,311 72 50 122 2,258,815 4,43,893.8156
V." Oak ItoM., lMao................... A 4.190 1,4906 2,000,031 2 5,369 2,525,400 2,358,125 1775 155,505 543 1,585,279 128 128 1,988,995 -- 1 99 .W8 1.282
Crax o..,m 2........................2 3,577 1.138,19 3,030,250 3,280 3,041,530 2,847,033 194,49 93,84 287 1.308.304 77 82 3,938 .4142 W.00,85 -n.7o .740
vaI 71024 Omp........ .....A 380 1,030,819 3,428,239 -961 3,429,200 3.339.963 89,237 26,068 466 2,179,822 49 49 1,628,887 5310 -1.634.117? 2.09a M.44
I ..pam 16.3. of 60N3 a......... ...A 79 3,480,873 7,269,510 7 98 7269,608 6,299,548 976,060 349,831 712 3,330,618 87 5 52 6,78843 451.037 -7,201,880 .0 875
I ao. ............A 444 1.473,738 389,3 7,297 3,982 3.772.620 127.262 47.975 364 1.924.003 78 8 3,13,34 C,1 37596- .4 .1
Co ............3 3,353 am007 3,884,041 -7 38448 3,870,0 14,623 2694 262 1,321,253 71 173 29 1,583,403 S.5205.395 6.708,79S 572 .7
m- gCO. o e. ...................... 0v 970,975 3.352876 264,791 3. 817,.67 3,754,24 83,522 17.773 244 1,152,192 1L30 9 139 6,593,783- 1,946.010- 8.539,793 : 416 .437
*0 t ............................... A 462 1,636.237 2,779,246 2 0.635 2,789,901 2,741,73 46,167 7,300 460 1,794,213 39 59 1,877,24 1 4.9m 1,892.120- 1.469 1.449
gout Ivvss Coop6 ...................... A 4,537 2,839,188 9,258,971 836 9.259.807 9,10,402 269,403 76.677 1,115 4,919,582 184 1 u2 207 12,485,684 169,737 2,415.8 1 4,070,584 .658 .&?7
*-.fa & 2000mg. Co. of 00.3300., Va. A 609 2,24,645 4,587,276 642 4,4,0 4497,77 W.5929 474 484 1,773,687 36 79 U5 2.460.336 5,0,2 .092.3$0 -.567 .556
NA 15 94,3 ,43,268 4,48 25,3 2,412,286 135,452 041 298 2.410.287 93 93 2.279,723 2,279,723- 1.6108
COO p................A 2,663 1,535,977 3.017,."2 58,635 3.00,627 2,747,429 321,198 1.04 289 1,35,2 77 14 10 101 4,1519 354,232 551,531; 5,060.302 -.596 .543
*. o.......Go............A 1,80...,33.,.0,8....5.92.,99,62...7.73A21,92 4,56 32 ,60,90 34 15 19 15,68 9,06,52141,00.92 -199
ma-, owjp...........................A 70 17,41 334,1 3 15 302 3,120,304 214,825 8,0 303 1.4,45.89 43 "N 2 43 23128- 1225-2504,093 P27,600 1.332 1.246
UNO 2to.............................. 3 51901 8,623 3,2,8 0 2791 3,333,609 3.312.968 42,4 2.367 361 1,:50,27 29 71 28 1,872,4284 2,788,728-- 46114 73.1
V mas o.......................... A 1,339 1,852,972 6,127,462 2. 2,28 6,19,75 5,966,282 163.569 76,964 1,016 3,911,251 214 214" 4.2209"5 7,70422,7O 1.449 .,411
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42 STATISTICS 01 CLASS I 60201 CANSIfl op npSOIY 102 THE TSAR WDt ONCUWR 31, 1953
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BY DISTRICT AN1D REGION


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Auro.-Okiapq !rwsportstioa CO. I 2 ,1 107264 $3,741,2 on $4,131 $3.745,951 03 509,61? 26,7 $80,085 246 $1.367 378 42 32 13 87 3 83 2,193,206 963,278 6,222,669 $0
All Based.Y W S .l............ 4A 4,157 3:,46,460 11 339.658 -9.030 11.568.688 10:730,226 81me 2 30,6 628 3,367,000 97 178 31:'5960,793 9,931,035 239 358 1 3 8
aariu. 7*851 Ide.s. La 0 .......... 580.879 2.883.106 -791 2,833.697 2,589,745 244.152 91,47 21 151.914 -- 14 51605,724 -5,605,724 .
Au.iated Traok 105... ISo A .......,.... 3663 2.345.431 9.238.959 9.262 9,2"4.221 8.900.329 347,892 257.648 956 4.489.963 233 233- 11.669,895 11.669.8952. Mao prt r Do IS .......... A 2.922 1.721.636 4.072.439 4072.439 3.934,620 137,839 120.088 427 1.986,782 58 X 4 72 56339- 7.U,4 -251 755
2.8. 104.Moo 10a0 L o A 2,295 624,838 2.708.739 1129 2720.028 23094 3,54 130,466 244 1.2,1 4 3 9 15489 2,302,100 --3663
Bl1r.f4 I 1,a00 ............... A 871 546.28? 2,893,995 12,177 2,906.172 2,783.075 123,097 26.909 355 1,743.241 138 136 2.,45,051 2,945,051a1" hrw= p lks. ISOuor 2,.. 2................. A 87 725.804 2.616.95 9.558 2,626.513 2.445,496 281.017 48.572 216 2,177,425 56 1 57- 3,508,610 5.1144 3,513.954
3.luts88k Idoo., Tao............ 520 329222 5.570.195 -297,472 3,867.667 5,840,878 26,789 a 4.!m 799 3,546,624 128 28 8.622.591 a 8622,591 313.992 6
C, AD. Rotor>D.IlvorY0p e. ..........A 12,70 1,10.318 4.282.740 -3,657 4 ,286 .397 3.992,031 294.366 162.567 530 2,476.100 64 5 69 4,418,639 335,799 --4,754,4308
Carolin Motor Ar.. AS..". o...... :.........2 1,914 361,802 2.726.247 449 2.726.696 2.763.9418 A as& d 32L5621 273 1.228.7$3 3 96 6 125 3,147 6,242,628 70,303 -6.316.078 43
141a 1oo 20 0 .......................A 833 1.192.438 3.727.887 -7,538 M3.,425 3,488.052 24687 107,590 426 2264,079 94- 1 95 4,830.823 4o.376 -4.871.199
ci..4isa Columbus A Ofomi.,.. SMivo. .. A 7.810 2,923,714 9.535,.90 5,135 9,340,925 9.117,682 423,243 237.750 1,104 5.646.250 230 32 1 263 10,797,499 1,768,983 51,990 -12,618.472 -7s
Comrcial Motor Fr.1240, ao'. of 1041.... A 3,749 1.673.703 4,855,016 4.855,016 4,477,697 377,319 131,450 566 2,587.919 162 13 34 209 5.371,337 921,840 827,407 7,120,584
C.ommrial Motor pre1440 in.. (ale.).............A 5,749 6,625,909 13,051.655 8.376 13.060,031 11.946.314 1,113,517 517,172 1,692 7.617.458 324 25 349 22,711,472 2,091,875 -14.803.347
0.6411 book it". I"u.: o. .................. A 2,550 725,53 3,764,124 6 3,764,130 3,724,919 35,010 30,539 304 1,639.255 78 1 94 6.246,100 210,538- 6.456,638Oouu.11at.A Fo.26i0 Co.. 10,. ............... A 2,782R 1.645.261 4,698,707 8.502 4.907,209 4,7947 1772 7,2 494 2.276,24" 101 Is 11 124 8,022,180 785,097 981,251 9,852Cosolidated Freight o......................... A 1,5$46 1.100,351 6,471,460 30,433 6,501.893 6,480,834, 21,059 ..25 62 2,611.194 94 134 228 2,169,741 8,296,841-- 10,4-66,582 6
0.ope.?- icun.0, Lt ........................... B 4,813 3.169.111 10,017,770 14.030 10,031,800 8,8819,831 1.141.969 34,03 682 3.524,$22 53 72 125 6,074.654 13,449,899- 19,524,553 .DOXIIAS Prai440, IM* ............................0a 962 52.,172 3,13577 27,387 3.1,84,964 3,095,400 91,564 30,850 220 944,291 41 117? 158 638,053 6.225,306 6.863,359 .par$ hrmAufr, IsO............................. A 1,051 559,692 2,525,340 79.852 2,5.192 2,516,030 79,162 33,292 344 1.665.540 65 65 2,535.301 2,515,302,1-00,
Dour WOW o. ............................ 1 5.946 2,203,696 6,853.084 1.728 6,834,812 6,976,466 a A-J J4-0.232 587 2.834.921 U2 63 4 123 290,290 6.02.2,435 4,126.172- 10.438,897 6
Dahm Imef.? o...............A 332 166.1 ,5,7 4,212 4,860.107 4,790,433 6974 2,1 95 2,853,492 103 2 o 10 ?,135,268 109,22 7.244.490 .7
vap ow4 1... Ia...........A 1,939 1,567,119 4,683,008 12.162 4.695,170 4,303,174 391,996 85,440 512 2,566,261 1I" 14 6.382,202 6,382,202
Jost.= Motor Dispatch, IaO .....................2 3 ,3 10219 4,2,9 7,8 4,360,488 4,146.648 21,4 9),440 289 1,307,657 3 19 68 90 153.207 1.216.363 4,82,785- 6.182.355Ma.0.r. Motor Axproi.. led ...................... & 4237 2,37'2,87V 19,261,558 32,42 19.293.987 18,945,507 8,0 1417 173 82128 51 448 -40 4,037,483 30,653- 34,804,015 :35
211.hoohagD.,I...............A 2,658 16496 6,275,801 -369 6,279,270 6,219,970 59,300 22,.038 649 3,336,047 82 10 9 ,5,8 7,254,295 23164- 310,08
mo6ral Z~o. Ime. .......................... A 3,84 1,628,460 4.250,2980 18,554 4.265.852 3,935,374 333,478 169,21 350 1.833.467 81 8 2 91 ,979,61 701,107 9" 6,776,612 W
2eae.0.? et Uses. se 1 ...................... A 1,359 1,108,724 2,892,229 81 2,893,044 2,884,774 8,0 5,107 322 1,570,521 43 10 53 3,314,138 530.412 am61 -.927.365
ON 000 3 033.724 34691 27,867 313 1.586.606 36 51 1 Be 1.816,672 2,206,769 16711 4,912
Nlanok 2oTruu. .........................A 1,281 1..165,9 103.9.4 "'25. 30,431 1068,4 L266,60 A 393.01 916 4,521,790 22 157 86 265 1,307,592 1.772,070 6,088.083 -19,167,753 718
Nomo(d Trucking. let................. 0 378955 2.498,235 -1,889 2,500,124 2,487,898 ...Aii 1.94 91 474,702 41 43 84 2,794,512 3,552,770 -6,347,282
Nap.. Pros se I SO .....................A 20,363 4.770,356 2122,096 -12,193 17,294,289 17,368,691 1 A3 61529 2,033 8,882,736 154 535 95 784 9,142.0 23,814,022 3,332.163 -38,288,233 30.600 .3
210ri.44 Trucking Co..la 3. ..................... 2,037 804,89 2,M.5772 ale1 2,916,590 2,050.853 65,73 39,751 229 1,120,192 65 3B 101 1.6o1.4"8 3,192,258 4,793,746
3*10 oo bu,2,...........A 165 347.326 2 847.5~ 9.812 2,85 73 2,805.552 51,823 7,407 296 1,447,203 7? 1 78 5115,978 4,629 -5,118,667 -53
Indiaapolis forwarding Cu. .....................A 787 275.06 2522.12 1,647 2,523,841 2,321,228 2,.n) 4.242 269 1, 271,2 30 5 41 705,23 2,493,150 268,369 -3.466,753 74
2.000.0500 t. iwih, I&........................ 3 5,139 1.107,480 4,335,039 7,73 4,342,778 4,213,811 "8.967 25,195 415 2,241,636 56 20 5 a1 4,53.9 194,942 357,055 6,860,)96 -63
2.0.0.0.0. motor FAA&"4 System.................. A 18,028 7,233,555 26,224,38 22.333 26,246,721 24,539,234 1,707,48? 856,541 2,362 10,242.540 607 99 706 43,921,928 7,150,081 1,072.009 92,24S35%
Zuuubis motor flpruu CO.,U 2...................A 12,505 4,265,903 9,529,370 -1,391 9,530,701 10.281.451 L AU 1,043 5,354,555 251 78 36 365 9,099,942 7.426,059 1,-693,689 28,219,688 .2
Wisher. Motor 24.2246A lines....................A 1,760 596,874 3,307,723 3,307,723 3,475,489 179 925.191 38 37 75 3,311,788 4.018,983 7330,72 .4
164.00 SI24wap Do ................... .......... A 3.336 1,147,398 3.372,861 3.5 3,376,315 3.466.691 0 436 2,115,603 81 1 82 5,476,821- 54.360 3 5531,21 61
Ims hreauportatia os 0 ......................... A 1,560 869,049 6,253,.440 1,009 6.254.449 6,132,881 223a3.7 2 2,562.496 158 5 11,677,237-- 11,677,237Iqoau Ir-aportatian0. 0........................ A 3,058 2.633,783 6,373,764 1.125 6,374,889 5,824,251 550.68 22,8 695 3,466,933 110 no11 6,93,113 6,973,113 -53
Mom. 00 ~~. lo............ 219 67,4 39564 24,909 3.940.554 3,909,044 31,510 5,538 179 911,77 18 101 119 930,461 3,637,479" 6,567.940 537.49
801,1. 2uo28og OC............................. A 1,154 581,137 2,884,8553 6,192 2.891.046 2,919,22m8 B. M af 5. 347 1,614,050 64 16 16 96 3,063,721 1.093,373 368.839- 4,525,923 -3
Merchant. 7r.i2t Syst, IM. .................. 3 2,408 819,441 2,831.037 5,079 2,836,116 2,764,742 7,7 31,131 135 650,074 16 61 77 1,561.985 2,7,1i ,3,0
Mh'a Xapru.u, Ca4.........................A 1,003 744,94 3,477,821 $45.94 5,483,415 5,304,105 179,230 104.433 528 2,625,950 13 53- 271,34 4,48 -7,041, .5
M1.41. Moo1~h 0.,lo........ ,8 ,9,1 9,695,279 -106,680 9.801,5 9,523,30 278,655 211,224 824 3,860,592 15 370 385 1,23718 16,471.64 -17,708,824 0
Ub.2t to, 10.0240 Lim.". o.................. 8,4 4,13,49 17,832.360 4,808 17,837,160 17,474.082 363,086 1,58,299 1,366 6.914,329 76 278 354 5,884,82 22,076,6386 33,961,468 272,165 .2
186u1aO-hu Iuas,.I.......................... 135,587 314,588 3,392.109 1,112,984 4,515,093 4,513.905 1,188 A .o4 49 278,395 26 286 11,574,455 1157,95
Mlor Traospou0toa, Csd. .....................0 653,638 3,882,531 -26.635 3.909,166 3,921,386 A a 25,091 335 1,653,654 120 109 229 1,850,1069 7,031,207 7MM93 9,641,22 .03
Mthawk motor, 22....................A 1,638 9448 3,425,422 Z.2661 3,428,083 3,225,60 202.4799 103.272 397 2,041,298 105 2 107 4,244,500 80,323 2,954 ,307,777 .-9
Moo01.0a Motor 1004,lo..............3 2,053 1,368.242 2,790,909 -2,210 2.793.119 2.504,108 269,011 102,899 196 1,169,466 41 30 4 75 )3322,292 2,6,91 49317 -5,977,700 -66
Motor Dou ...............A 9,803 5,821,146 19,022,027 -42,565 19,064.592 10.075,131t 964.684 323.140 1,211 5,464,355 154 383 82 619 7,134,827 19,803,774 1.825,751 -28,764,352 900 .6
Motor Ipro.. 2.. (ho.. .........A 3.301 1,374,127 5,545,588 3,357 5,54,945 5,391,339 157,606 89,61 639 3,339,823 153 17 10 180 6.703.320 795,810 90,805 ?.7509.935
Rat1.0.1 ?-Iut Co.........................A 1,449 1,016 3,017.681 8,485 3,026,166 2,846,769 1937 86.764 278 1,44056 559 3 67 3,0825366 12.9-58593Moul 00 4a o.............A 4,264 9,015,86 25,367.963 -73,115 25.442.078 24,370,759 1,7,1 391,158 2,940 15,204,685 801 1 5 807 30,432,464 57,200 218,961 30.708,625
01. ..Mtr8.'iaCo .A........2 296 1,080.225 2,781,282 101.223 2,882,405 2,750,660 131,745 59,399 288 1,506.718 29 29 2,4,6 ,21,640 --3,567,209 -78
11.o 2-. Co., Ia .......................... A 1,086 791,711 3,702,083 2 2337 3,704,420 4,135,709 A 431,289 LjJ 486 2,216,592 6 101 107 162,187 5,718,683 5,880,870 .63
Se S., 7*8028.a... la.......................: A 1,09 60.31,2,81;588 25312 245,3 074 3,25 18 9571 2 24 53 2,711,525 1,863.700 -4,575,225 .55
3. 8wb~~t o, a..............A ,47 2280,799 7,996,178 39,158 8.037.336 7,856,012 181,324 78,019 810 4.221,68 74 16 190 6,295,596 7,596,519 13 892,115 -.576
100485 bA-u., 1.ao .......................... A 04,1 8.76 l8 31,522,841 -46,." 31569,824 30,633,252 915,992 50,902 2,666 12,981,635 229 586 175 990 10,391,733 45,303,415 9,876 65,076,934
a.,'" 12R1 ............... ,2 ,8,5 ,2,2 7,3A 16,529,669 6,238,237 291,632 70,462 577 3,040,176 62 14 204 4,503,393 7.684,916 MII 2,88305
Soho- ?-.ofor Do..I a. ......................A 716 931,586 3,517,428 -13,287 3,538,615 3,233,949 896,666 25,620 320 1,650.405 91 91 5,530,667 5530,667
84rer Freight0Lima., La............ a 4,343 l13,920 3,650,691 -25,074 3,775,765 3.730,121 45,644 12,822 495 2,189,006 77 8 5 90 5,096.142 603,576 291,409 -5,993,127 .60
hoarltp Cortu". 0o.. lo..............:.......A 2,5 1,629,528 4,761.619 to 28,29 4,789,848 4,755,298 34,550 t2 .2 54 2500,719 3 93 96 173,376 6070,842 7 ,4,9
St"yu. Dotor ato, Usd. ..........A 121 ,195,747 4,363,805 -30,716 4.394,521 4,206,175 188,346 52,11 44 2,225,098 73 11 84 4,337,563 2,204,622, 6 6542,175 66
lla Mto Irzoor 2 .. a................:: 1 1,189 698,217 4.082,151 o 96 4,.083,1W 4,026,509 5658 26,254 6 32097 25 65 90 1,040.177 66904-76921-.3
spootor otore oyiu IsL.. .......... 6,472 3,588,490 16,916,967 625 16.917,592 16.658,688 258,904 132995 1,00 ,4,3 7 9 34- 2,0,1 5,3,3 : 89874:
Suoia otor Fright. I ............ .A 3,2 1.7.0 4,292,483 -- 4,292,483 3,907,486 385,057 1351 391 2,176,344 96 6 2 104 5.257.552 438,926 417,332 -6,133,810 -.7
S t154N.2,2..................... A 1,787 2 316,846 5.396.460 3,101 5399",641 5,337,902 61,739 11,237 478 2,186 71 60 139 4,057,694 4,467,485- 8,525,379 .633,
t.04.t houo41g, I .. ..........................2 1,7:74 1.195,486 3,747,414 -2,110 3,749,524 3,72.622 19,912 1.772 46 2,029,34 1 33 177 6,155,849 2.847,276 298,381 -9,301.506- .402,
10.ammoa No.024 Lids.. 2o ................A 13,347 5,059,00 22,699,656 7,692 22,717,388 21,549,106 1.160.242 296,890 1,574 7,786.226 210 68 129 399 9,425,416 8,834,641 18,0702 -36,667,059 -.612,
Truck rpor t oor .............................A 2,345 4.0,3 4,5,A ,56,615 4,016,120 240,495 104.851 278 1,538699 91 4 95 7,150,710 ?Z 17,478 -873,18-.7
U. S. Truckpr Co.I.............................A ,9 8,8 ,8,4 ,2 2,816 27,157 2,2 ,3 203 1,028.72 101 101 5,500,725 '.00:,725-.52
0.2.bok .. 26.................A 1,721 1,029.070 3.889.244 2 6,355s 3,905,599 3,761,374 14,2 ?0,377 33 21854 2 4 5 5,9 ,8,0 .4,0
Ud10.4 Traotg 3-1.S, 14 ..................A 2,77, 58973 3,6,6 192 31816 336323 2 .1,178.65" 20 117 35167590 ? 3715 6,040-803 370,000- 3
lA8a 4024 ..................A ,27 3.786,743 7.224.369 -13.996 7,138,365 6,636,524 501,841 19,13 ,512 947 150 150 12,010.257 ,512,013,614 -.593
150..ter ra.portati o 0. ......................21 1.839 838,267 4,119,345 4,119,345 4,008,403 110,942 835,4 2 870,968 55 22 75 3,73.19 2,3,6 6.068.236 :679
80.6w. lzoo22sg C ........................... 1 m7 2.054,882 3.565.285 600 .55:6 3,194,821 371,144 126.570 249 1,443,530 59 10 69 4.647250 96,8.74,0 -O 5,788,630 616
Ml.. YSour or .. ag. ao... ................. A 6,9 .8,5 6.3,712 3.247,871 3,171.609 762C 41,04938 1,3 2 1 135 -4 1310.1 ,6,0 ,7137n.4 599
M~.. 2.446Ibu~40~ o.............A 7,752 2,250.040 10,648,012 10,646022oi 10,642,796 5,216 0,211 4 495.9 225 U 1 236 16,655,128 6 1,124,8.-1,7,4
M1.o05. Iruo o. ..................... A 1,7 14 055.246 3,492,24 5 34 2,3 3,1,476 76.867 28.910 32 1,873 10 17- 636.4 6,367.324
00031.ktn. a...........A 2,21 1,1247,003 3,286,793 20,150 3,296.943 3,256,540 48,403 36,719 299 1,615,285 48 20 9 77 3,266,370 1,593,924 534.393 -5.394.687 .60
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A 1,033 971.586 2,672.312 711 2,673,023 2,50000 123,019 60.131 414 1.374.300 62 17 79 2,933.016 1,028,866 32,127 ).410 -69.3
,.ttio e.* e e A ,63 ,84,014 .94.5,340 186 ,9,2 3,4,69 9,: 31,123 752 3.208,632 173 173 8,3104,562 -8,>W.0562 .72.0
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we Ida: o......., o ...... A 4.,5 1,732,310 7,366,211 9.632 7.,37..843 7,184,.255 191.588 86,113 898 3.370.339 94 140 7 2101 5.676.127 10,9",969 1.293,438 21,m915 -65:0
:::: C 856.324 4,940.661 3,448 1.9*44,109 3,033,033 4.1L~~ ~J~~ 443 2.034.425 130 10- 1,6,13- -1.6,4
.............. A z60 1 4 6 2:,1 .42 1,46 2,577,916 3,437,073 14.4 263 331 1,310,764 30 3 61 3.5.5 19000 3,902,253 60:8
.. e.............A 2~ 1,39:3 992 7,390 4.6.8 1036,0 15,81 8.712 219 892,061 16 61 77 523,132 20.001 8.217,839 -8.762,972 .0
Uses., In0 ............. A 3.42i 897,93 1,230,191 190 10,230,381 4,067,231 183,130 24.098 396 1,797,784 62 51 113 1,3823 2,808576 -7,766,834 -4 .32
ele............A 1,363 482,843 3,284,138 3 3,284221 3,248,836 33.383 3.656 341 1,3610,079 41 21 13 77 2,963.273?8 1,317,787 1,060.932 5,511,9 090
reC e. A 1.1090 1,337,914 4,836.032 ,4 083,01 1,672,2 1629 42.308 639 2.371,6 69 37 2 o 10 -04413 3,313,669 58)3380 8,511,4 58.9
MmcboAPo.0 ............. A 7,92*4 1.373,307 8,2402,1073 20.890 8.263.363 8.169.708 93,633 34.106 383 2,431,383 39 193 232 1.635.536 13,233,020 -14.868,556 -.3554
ortotl .....0 ........ 2 3.493 2,335,436 3.710,473 6,569 3.717.042 3.308.105 208,897 240,098 1073 1,863,801 141 3 1441 6.511,488 -93.456 -6,600.94*0 .562 .531
'AaIf* v pe... Inle ............ A 1,217 1,089,900 3,294,300 391 3,24,891 3,167.783 127,108 33,638 301 ,5180 73 73 3,660,188 3,469288 go.
DI ovra rtlt. a ........ Ak 3,106 2,573,963 8,171,671 22,514 8,194,183 7,739903 *054.282 187,07 933 1,26,931 168 168 16,!i47,449 407.752 16.595,201 .92 .6
00 .oo4e C.....................: A 3,931 3,337,233 14,693,180 23.368 11.716.34 14.6810,368 31,920 120.938 1,664 6,6063507 83 139 98 3140 3,337,629 86.38 10.397,224 2,321.591 .62.5
VA Vo Itt se, O. ...................... C 1,571 2,123,66 6.635.337 465 6.635,822 6,623,880 9,942 a.,2.h 3W1 2,5*49,104 71 31 66 188 7.37*4.743 6,443,807 2,W8.20) 16,398,753 .45.0
0. Ise ............. A 3.10a 1,822,023 6,1012,789 1.701 6.414.,490 6,329,288 83,202 2,09 762 3.232.093 132 92 224 6,149 1,051,228 12,211 10.2910,933
or&Nb otor Mwe... ........ A 1.135 2.862,*43 8,73,033 16,053 8,791.1438 8,540,617 230,821 133.281 1,039 3,027,880 201 19 220 16:376,029 1,642,168 18.018,197 .4-.7
do 6w ito.., Il. ... ... A 6,843 5,4M21602 9,983,395 m 3 9.983.633 9,248687 734,948 338.649 798 10,009,388 191 3 21 217 18.1419.883 638,743 1,695,283 00.733,831 -.4081 .*446
a0Ia. e 614 937.337 3.262,577 -- MU26,M? 3,003,010 2939.67 108.709 102 237.302 133 135 34- 9,.47:962 9,667,962 -337 .311
168s.L.., In.. 5.870 4,837.306 12,411,113 1,769 12,412,882 11,798,931 613,931 233,729 1,308 6,181,228 290 33 6 329 19.945,76 2,082310 1073,63 22.301,739 -.552 .524
Ty.lgCo.: s .............. D 10,622 1U.584.46 19,3510,340 86,736 19,4041,096 18.268,089 1,163,267 262.198 2,033 9.369,321. 660 4 1 663 38.921,962 376,So1 151,132 -39,449.975 .491 .*063
wa p ove.VO, IS.............. A 2.836 2,393,.W .0860,1440 ).3102 4,871,342 4,679,988 191.554 98,208 611 2,362,071 l010 12 9 123 6,797,878 805,670 785.070 -8,36.618 -.580 .3a8
0%,weportatles. ............. 0D 1,078 2,233,337 4,938,380- 3*4 4.958,926 4,14644305 4",621 201,181 "a4 2,361,067 123 0 219 6.832,210 660.3540 7.5)2.5640 .658 -593
Cot rnier.n.. ........... 2 91*4 2,827.276 7.916.976 5 0 7,917,026 7,703,034 213,992 j 44 698 3,104,424 160 166 15,849.856 107772 3A.63317,628 10,606 .485 .4i71
U 0rMe.Ia.............. 2 2.82 1,.411,055 5.158.373 3,570 5.16.943 5,00,711 111.232 31,330 480 2,288,338 96 3 3 108 8,1140,9w 727.669 460:07" 9.)29,670 .353 .581
Moto.r Jkr.... I........... A 3,834 1,313,042 3.9*41.879 29.328 3,974,207 4,084,003 0,9 d.iLS 1...i55966 462 2,12,824 103 32 1I7 3,792,763 2.364.4175 -8,137,23 ,1081 .501
Motor Track0 Lin... Im.......... A 2,0410 1,650,113 3,4214,27 5,424,277 5,294,020 130.257 63,617 633 2,723,993 113 10 123 8.367.4029 877,673 9,245.102 5 ,87 .53t
Moo r14 o .. A 2,773 3,882,211 9,387,168 733 9,387,903 9,018,223 369.680 192,494 889 10,202,936 2010 2040 16.3288040 2A.6528,800 .58-5
T port .,. I.e ............ A 2,4710 876,616 3,432,702 2,486 3,453,188 5,362.965 92,223 32494 511 .3.5 0 7 12 9,8391086394 1272 11.782,02wm-C. .....o.......... A 1,330 2.981,511 3,735,837 2,083 3,738,722 5,167,015 371,707 233,827 650 2,827,048 164 3 167 12.563.780 18.613 -U12,32,395 .456 .411


46ant &200.w a0 ol.................. A 1,368 829,380 2.567.)42 8,873 2,576,217 2.627.013 L__5,9 .21.3n 306 1,42539 82 3 1 86 3,179,032 196,735 13,883$ 3,382,670 .739 77
14.1400,l Co ...................... A 1,182 703,100 2,399.946 2,399,946 2,569,760 32,186 22,864 276 1,383,133 146 10 1 39 3,003.489 90,008 190.1429 410.396 U1,128 .627 .62o
t r te.rtlf., I ................... A 4,443 1,217.916 5.315.937 4,290 3,320,247 3,163,408 137,139 32.607 389 1,932,11 38 70 3 111 3,302,759 6,293,339 613,.879 10.209,"997 .521 .306
.. aoo ieotC....... 1,223 1,725.199 *,677,790 282 4,678,072 4,448,631 198,163 87,982 102 2.319.967 93 23 1in 5,697.026 1,100,000 3.033 -6,800.059 .688 .630
efrC............... ...A 1,328 811,1 2,84679& 1,464 2,848.254 2,784,387 63,667 22,723 324 1.583.210 72 10 76 4,166,326 231.207 3.595 1.403,400 .6406 .632
8 toq Co.........A 2.736 1,364940 3,381.010 22,672 3,403.682 3,384,743 is93 ~ .9 332 1,637,229 104 *07 41 132 1,266,032 10,888000 676.374 -6,830,406 28,930 .*495 .496
Vv- rWI-lo. o..................... A 8,139 1,88.938 10,766,046- 39,503 10,803,531 10,631298" 174,233 83,033 1,080 3.162.137 132 27 108 287 9.786.039 539,680 6.879.632 171265.771 .624 .618
1400.070, ie .................... A 7.167 1.6140,085 4,7481029 8.053 4,736,482 4,481,921 274,561 124,191 3n1 2,385,260 as 12 2 102 6.442,676 1,1036,383 144.481 8,023.740 229.200 .592 .339
.40.rttl Co., I................A 715 326.063 3.068.629 1 1402 3.070.031 3.0408,286 22,745 9.191 280 1.487.174 36 3 101 12.0635 3,834,973 326.1023 10286.035 76,560 .716 .712
P. Tmaking Cc ...................... A 3,297 1.041.914 3,050.113 84,358 3,313 3.61,784 3,019,181 42,603 24,034 327 1,47408 37 41 78 2,980.658 3.120,372- 6,101,050 .501 .1095
vw 14 O.............. A 1.233 1,438.1077 3.097.373- 102,400 3,299,777 2,937,498 242,279 122.332 475 2,111.071 93 93 3.106.388 3,106.388a .997 .952
Wear 1reigh Use, In. ................A 1.704 752.254 2,828229 5 39 2,828,768 2,697,286 129,602 100,633 300 1,284,7 29 12 0 103 2,020,503 920,22n 131,161 -3.091.875 -.915 .872
ft- P0tat0o Co ........ A 77 999,423 2,778,090 7,264 2,783,334 2,604,822 180.532 72.9409 356 1,.621, 63 5 70 2,6149,296 121,101 -2.770.397 -1.003 .940
014..410,.0.......2 1.1081 2,378,833 6,831.93 6 6366 6.838,302 6,367,730 290,372 79,202 876 *0.028.199 139 3 162 8,239,320 203,304 8a" 8,463,738 -.809 .776
14la 0 C............... A 2,970 1,512,609 6,136.636 91.791 8,448 6.236.873 6.218.074 38,801 4,241 903 3.669,042 1" 13 10 183 7.662.210 1,084.630 183,594" 8,930,434 700 .696
14.1410.ttl CoW........... A 770 632,723 2J328.830 2,066 2,30,890 2.032.279 78.611 3524 173 80,991 33 5 38 2,409,033 870,981 ,280,014 243,600 .771 .74J8
0.Miu 2 ram.f., QCo ........... A 5,81 1,403,110 2,970.180 47.,10 3.017,608 3.040.868 A 22,000 2,633 327 1,081,132 8s 20 105 3.925.158 52.390 1.802,220 5.3779,768 1,380 .514 .526


21.KV-i jbr... In e. ................A 6.223 1,53,823 8.641,970 4.015 8.645,985 8,722,861 L_ ...76J30 6 16.12 111 1,0,1 6 7 2 7 61314519,379 30,3 715303.108."8.
pW010 o *lo. 1 81 .5852 ,7,89- 3,624 3,476,303 3,390,220 8633 7,9 11 1,817,336 77 1 5 83 5,223,832 362.11#0 211,7 .59 -5
=r.. cc ............. A 1,469 459.531 2.662.874 17,350 2,680,424 2,677,633 2,791 74 262 1,285,527 34 2 1 57 3,231,021 183.490 122.980 .7,57,099 73
w t .Cc .............. A 2,203 813,310 3,14,043 3 3080 3,132,123 3,182,73 a3.2 QA1 1 318 1.604,4062 38 26 1 8 3,039,998 3.112,917 35,833 6 6,08,748 63.220 .507 .513
.,1...............A 2,904 1,062,370 2,2,9 .,56 2,925,446 2.941,7 aJ 20 1,214.145 22 23 3 0 2,967,096 2,700.869 6140,61 -63866-.0.6
0, 20, Lns Is......................... A 3,924 960,399 1143,436 13830 4,139,266 1,232,03 4I519 863g *13 1.907,061 9 64 7 126.128 6,126,717 390,558 6 633403 768,876 .685 .638
bo"if" 700104,. In ....................AL 3,497 3.017.868 8,364,712 2,694 8,567,406 8.316.840 .9j6 l17.81 863 4,20,0W4 139 26 165 12,907.811 2,300,200 13408,049 22,471 .556 .50
'VI & ..Iw..............A 20,740 6,1437 29,106,072- 1,637 29,107,729 26,273,000 2,834,72 1,041,283 1,678 7,327,690 18 324 553 1.097 1,201,746 23817,726 36,&41,1"7 63,903.619 .1055 .1011
2r~pr~la o........A 1,71 1.0.4 92699- 391.691 9,858,670 9,962,594 L M~.02A 66,080 1,356 6,026,989 238 238 13,187,827 -13.187.827 35,321 .73 753
bm 0 1- ,10 s. ..................2b 1,289 1.1023,398 3.998,3401 177,46 31.176 4,269w0~ 3,978,791 ,13 103.293 222 1.131.196 1 141 21 163 6.736.760 3.101.334 MAN38010-.120 41
sWLtZ................. A 5.964 3,948,323 8,466.941 167,627 8,636.368 8,229,331 403,237 183,394 834 3.990,931 133 96 7 236 8.118,153 7.666.764 1,283,9435 17.0701864 370,232 .496 .482
0 as rao.ort.t42o Co20... .........A 16,082 10.319.632 23,330,983 5,40 25,5365,435 24,013,013 1,519,820 984,260 2,102 11,166,407 323 176 699 *03,314,.210 110,948,983 --66,293,193 630,240 ."03 .9


we 101 ADJ., FrihtLm e............... A 3,354 1.396,287 10,924,384 350 10,924,914 4,675,636 249,283 197,624 310 2,670 14- 24 11 ,8.29 ,3.80 ,379 .52t .496
Moo ol .................. A 3,938 92*0,063 ,943.8W 07 3,946,320 3,933,813 12,303 24,281 369 1878,330 8*0 8 92 7,219,899 319,90" 7.739,*8 .1 .508
0lkpt................... A 3,603 2,328,373 6,13,7985 6,03 6,421,832 6,193.628 226,204 170,801 850 3,633.689 203 30 233 U1,694,352 306,14 12.200.336 -.526 .508
1%, 16~l s..ncleo.....................A 1,352 10,723,573 7,012,064 u 12000 7.223,064 6,16,130 496,93 234,819 1.103 3,886,033 210 16 226 11,0714,84 200,500- 11,273.143 .0 .597
b .rLie. I......................... A 3,217 1.246,616 2,709.632- 6,314 2,716.246 2.628,798 8804 39,233 368 3L.435,423 77 1 78 3,873,636 23,023 3,896,659 .695 :673
1400t wt., 41 28gh se................... A 3,007 2,395,649 8,819.361 3,20 8,824,481 8,938,414 d 3153 L16.51 1,084 4,993,023 97 65 162 9 ,745 ,646 6.9" 68*b 16.692.470 .328 .3?7
OkaMt Treseport, lee ........... A 3,795 1.352,007 1,464.509 6010 4,465,113 10,339,283 103,828 69,390 424 2,047,324 95 27 122 3.912 2,498,60a 1,690 8,240.214 -.382 .529
Inaprt o., D. C.............. 12 3,073 1.735.386 3,673,281 359 3.675,640 3,627,353 102,2m 67.1w0 369 1.792.171 49 101 90 3,482, 979 2,1016,106 143,711 6041.0- .608 .600
= r14.1410. .......... A 3,330 2.895,896 3,789,721 12,321 5.802.042 3,070,633 731,409 69,336 5&4 2.1452.198 129 17 6 142 9,9407 680,000 270.13- 10.811062 4 .36 .1469
s0, Inle ................ A 3.067 1,12,2650 3,788,638 3,788,638 3,1085.1090 303,248 1107,193 432 1,.66"2 127 17 7,041,333 12.988 -7,053.343 -.337 .149
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44ITAO20?208 Of CLASS I MDTOSRRIS or22 01 1201 M E10 TEX TAR D303(S 31. 1953

TAUB5 30.-ASTACT 0F 510M ?2IAOOIL AND 0P2AATIN 0142 INDIVOIDUAL 00*801 0522231 or SSiAL VAI11501 ON 11)11 112342Tr mIRVON 11?231 09228120 UMSou 0TIR 0.500.000 9 aind
ST D211320? AND 132001


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No fwiriritnibeeea o~rc ter Ttl actotc ~oa (mdl eoinDs- otl -hva.1 t..
ontoOl~ 020'10 texas 0r0000. Ove V ta a2oe vit-...t itt ...~wq iuty es"Im0.
vima ra. property) carrier Carrier and operating high-$0.0
11taxes) ouhdrt.or~vor 261,.,. 01ve. i2500035311! 110201 Contet
too 1..y Motor Tlnlat 1 Ze............ A 3.983 03.346.926 $81756.051 #.W6 *8.763,315 08.606,405 $357.030 $100.786 954 $6,038,357 US as 5 203 8.65.169 7,350.56- 60S.16 16U,3M.899
beroheet-s 71at Motor Lie.he.... ........ A 2,306 2.259.798 3,999.011 1.196 4.000.207 3.666.23? 333,950 174.542 672 1.880.065 101 10 11 6.268,203 896.766 7.126,.907
Mid Continet Freihtime n-. l e..... A 3.261 2,031.661 3,291.364 8.035 3.299.399 2.800,712 698,687 93,2 216 1.3506 6 26 4 53041 19560 8.4 ,g5
iler & Miller Motor Freight LIM.. ....... A 1.922 1.118.687 2.o9- 2.612 2.855.702 2,732.711 102.991 6479 31 17866 59 28 67 3.355,2F 2.3.3 3.595. m
led Arrow Freight time.. ............ A 4.288 1.218.676 419:-9 U.704 4.196.103 4.275.887 Lfl2826 8406 57Z 2.2"9.593 106 21 1 126 6.548.8o8 1.932. 43 21,320 -6.502,781
Southen ope.. ......... A 3.940 3.621.698 7.038.88 2,945 7.041.533 6,962,831 8.022 699 ).23A,837 155 62 217 9.062.206 4,196.1% 13 218,351
Southern Poifi. trwesport Co...........A 2.925 710,055 2,682,088 319,127 2,801.215 2,766.748 3.66 3,92 333 1,626,388 12M lit 3.998.218 3,747 6.400 4,GOO:j63
Satbo...o Tre..pooation 0.....:.............A 2.583 6,371.034 4.893.728 153.267 5,066.975 6.577.199 46927 62.2 543 2,285,062 90o 90 4.350,823 4 ,358,823 3.463881
trink2.02 Tnaoportatloa 06.,I".*...............a 6,069 2.927.23 6.409.686 949 6.410,635 5,761,655 650,180 276.071 552 2.763.106 122 27 1 150 8.819,50 2,825,713 690,69 12,135,720
2moot Motor Line#............................. A 3.636 1.891,93 6,368,701 222 6,366.923 6,130,227 236,696 105.229 769 3.319,039 203 203 1.342,203- 14,342.203
0.2. S. eter Freight Lim.. ... ...........A 2.571 1615.175 6,602,315 2.569 6.604.S86 6.609,51 Al33 im3.59 24 2,38,58 71 38 109 4.326.342 3.304,082 --7:630,424To. ANMOI@ Motor Vmprt Co... ...........A 2,912 94,.129 2,464.948 49.865 2.956,813 2.822.077 13e,736 L A21 53 IjPn70,222 31 126362 111 121 3,4122,107 3,41u,1 -o
Tll., TMeol O e t t ime.. ................A 7,525 2,609.166 8,066,857 -914 8,047,771 71759.083 288.188 257,241 89 4.059,599 206 206 15.520.878 6,706 -15,527,586
RD01T MOUNTAIN 232203
Deaer.. nOwgO Trucking O.. *s e. ................2 8,780 8,359,034 19,767,411 23,422 19,790,833 17.786.737 1.796.096 908,213 1.758 .733.726 639 126 s 28,976,73 13,925,529 42 -,90,0 M
0.11.4..bor ?. frnfo Storage o.................. A 4.032 3,227,968 4,006,986 140,516 6,185,498 3,205,111 98038 396,631 M2 1.676,859 54 3 5 62H 4,145,080 125,326 1,341,106 3 56U,510
Garrett Pro.d*412..., I...... ....... A 3,824 5,673.0"6 12.655.281 26,319 12,479,500 U.562,006 917,64 655,941 1,304 5,857,295 195 2 6 201 21.688,853 228,761 2,074,661 -23,992,255K1ll U-.I.....................:........... 1,2316 96.5 2.0.5: ,1 ,6,9 ,9.5 6,3 810 22 14629 1 36 51 1,626,588 2,922,373 62,264 4,122Illinal-Gallfsv. aW..re.. Xe. ......... 3 6 ,764 3.630.599 9,337,550 2 2,84 9,340,398 8.351,673 988,725 606,911 789 4,139,881 67 16 13 96 10.673,482 4,823,399 326,289 231.823.1701-loFe igh IS.24 o.............................6 1 ,182 1.463,202 3,069,140 -- 3.449,140 3,24,s.006 204,056 79,772 178 858.769 16 4 9 29 3,519,993 759,855 1,597,230 5.877.078 .9
tutoraixia Motor Uwe, Ise...................... A 2,468 2.549.268 7,676,889" 1,710 7,678,599 6.651.547 823,481 336,087 388 2,939,7"6 55 43 1 99 6,795,405 6,1-6A9,88-1,0,1
Navajo Y6.024 Liema. la ......................A 5,340 3,781,346 10,197,148 9,057 10,226,205 9.806.725 639,400 376,3Z6 763 6,371, 762 116 67 26 187 9,2,8 ,6.113 2.5008 1),42617
Meay2.0 i., e.............A 747 3.552.876 87.16 255.032 8,993.258 8.568.154 386,206 153,325 832 3.578.129 79 15 4 98 21:632.093 257,253 4,449,718 16337,8941k
Rio grat. Motor VAq, Use................... A 1,512 2,4045 .9253 ?1,7 3,073,577 3,009.288 64.289 42.940 467 1,670,319 n1 1 3 75 3.751,834 131,579 150,593 -4,034,006 66236


Arroaal Freight lins.a d 4. ...................A 2,331 1.230.979 2,972,816 -1,100 2.973.916 2,893,966 79.970 105,088 251 1.287,993 68 14 62 3,689,752 790,567 186,780 -4,667,099
3Il1 Motor Freight Ines.....................3 3,14 3,523,968 3,860.6U 1.217? 3,861,828 2,99037 917,7191 406,939 317 1,550,295 60 1 61 7,256.796 32.919 7,289.715
Ollforela Mtor Trasport Co., 2,6. ..............A 1.084 2,453,288 2,932,638 -2,932,638 2,77,660 162.198 76,126 186 900,477 75 5 3 85 5.806,73 617,399 661,530 -6,485,702 A
cso*01dalt 2-1244.opo, Xeo. ...................A 18,694 16.039.799 37,548.380 695,287 38,43,667 36.308,603 1,731,564 633,288 3.811 20,158.424 579 39 618 60.148,13 6,348,672 215,606 -64,712,461 -0
weta 11"..4. .............................. A 876 1,173,023 3,378,065 35.901 3,413,966 3,602,538 22,428 L 3n1 1,926.288 47 4 51 1.616,254 235,518 1.851.772 LN
16rtier bvaorpowa 0........................ 0 1 .382,287 3,216.368 506,351 3,720,719 3.766.896 a...J~2 46,17? 363 1,929,617 14 1 150 5.896.928 30,961 218,310 6,106,.199
I-,-- NO Motor % ..e2 .......................... A 2,059 1,379,865 3,5246,04 163.368 3,687,432 3,575,224 112,208 62,188 665 1,998,542 78 8a 2 3,637,063 716.747 6,185 4.167,975
In.. A 31"6. maee ............................. A 633 1,106,407 2.563.889 8,881 2572.770 2,499.109 73,681 39,290 291 1,409,863 61 61 3,o.08,06 5,6800 3,089,691. Aga.~oata otr ra.,2........ A 1,486 2,561.970 8,576,396 68.77 8.6316 8,4,2 394,542 211,600 703 3,3,70 5 9 3 11 46949,910 6,631,713 383.410 -11,965,033Northern Trasportation Co ...................... A 1,631 1,082,274 3,145,786 39,159 3,226,945 3,179,764 5,181 a ,5 176 979,016 24 13 16 53 2,122,106 1.398.164 2,663,39 5,983,705
Onoo,eiva4Oliterels lout Traig4t, I&. ..... A 1,833 1,565,642 3,461,258 10.505 3,471.763 3,182,975 288,788 118,917 375 1.793.658 63 3 68 3,927,937 -89,.41 .017,378
P".011 Frigh 161 4 s 2............................ A 3,322 6,225,270 10.255,562 687,166 10.942.726 10,995,892 4 L. .Uk J a 1,370 6,165,853 209 30 8 267 8,766,831 3,533,209 366,609- 12,666,669
Iadibt 102v wmeaport, le................... A 302 850.690 2,545,294 110,920 2.656,222 2,530,017 1-23,205 08,551 346 1,433,242 51 51 2,025,.436 20,715 2.06,15
Pua" 0 A61 OOUL Ztoo atel. one C. ................A 10,609 1,786,846 22,334,044 18,448 22,352,692 20,028.697 2,323,795 1,179,660 2.079 10.716,991 253 8 261 40.831,609 856.706 -61,60,373
KIoren An%* 16.521 Use.. se................... A 1,353 1,094.381 3,293,553) 63,931 3,357,686 3,322,603 34,801 9,453 649 1.751,565 43 12 53 2,491,115 1,360.759 52,209- 3.906,053 .8
Southern Seliforlje 7104" lims ................A 1,639 1,679,122 6,301,982 10,075 4.712.035 4.738.072 1 M.52 d )76~f 3/ 3/ 34 U6 19 69 2,061,909 1,286,173 1,691,738 3.5219,820 .
P; I 1. N ., Iedoryovatut ................... A 3,127 1.461,565 3.891,235 997 3,892.232 3,716,577 1775765 56,470- 391 1,816.633 48 17 1 66 5.320.760 1.766.352 123,155 ? .210.267
To.oeArtsoee Motor 10.1244, Tue..................2 1,022 1,776,9 3,050,463 -2,486 3,052,947 2.4,5 0,9 6,0 8 13269 9 7 56836 5,3 ,3 ,8,9
Tree.... lae..... ............................2D 3.660 2,223,786 6.029.638 2,127 6.031,765 5,714,989 Z0.776 84,900 490 2,701,632 53 25 1 79 6.460,626 6,959,330 296,617 II11716,171
'wood fto Use.o. ........................ A 1,723 2,620,go0 5,488,127 12,621 5,500,740 5,343.176 157.574 66,131 604 2,759.866 14 108 122 290,588 6,112,977- 6.403.565 A
V.11e Truckee". ISt.A.......................... A 727 937,656 2,651,124 66,129 2,517,253 2,698,334 18,919 0o 227 1,170,017 65 5 3 53 #k,036.476 340,560 296,656 ft ,673,472 .West count Nat Freight. IS. ....................A 5,276 7,191,355 13,655,057 36,147 13,691,206 L2.908,342 782,862 518,73 1.191 5,408,316 132 100 9 26*1 10,696,2301 10,76691 3922-21,802,323boo n ftaris a.,ft*.............W... ....3.1.,0..,96,....10,69.,97,24.8906739 71695 56,02 83..30,26 11 6 207 12,93769 2,88,199:-25,01,88&

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en therefore sebjet to qualifloation, particlaly vikere t2..0. locro.. it u large part of t2. toal we...
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STATISTICS or GAsS I mom0 aw2roo8 or 2809382? 700 283 rEan 830 DKCDUU 31, 1955 4

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By DISTRICT AND0 MICK0

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aep18.00ee -Y1.7 45.m..
-~ am~ l All_____ ne t- E____ IEE E__- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Dw C.0. ...8 To 16,3,8793182,0 41,0665,1,614473157 82.0, (..5603 t#658 2. 0,4,9 ,7 ,2 ,6 944 212796507651811948 9,6,5 9,.5
.8-t~~ 8 7.6,55 3285,7 7,6 93871 118365 9.5268 229.2 ,9903 571 877,2 340 3,7 .77 1,16 13,7,470671,931163,2 9,9,20 8%.2,83 -,7& .R



4*0~ ~ ~ 81trc 0" ......- 7.6,5 326,362,77 876 9,118n 2 2,953W 2"61028 1.117.657 599029 3 3,4778.20 3.006 9 63 .788 1.97 136. 1"7.8321 6.2320 915.Z0 7W,418,183 .36 .7

U.. 0t1 2 1,91,8 10,08.8 3368 ,8060 4108306 102142 2,169,8012,6,5 5,8 .7,3,50 1,330 1200 9.36 82813 1.1 81.99.W8 5101m, 2,162 1309644.5r .
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S ':lag218 16.958,212 39,560 17,267.772 16.526,836 7416 60 29463lo 348 631 15,12,113 7,454,951 Z5,628,3.51 48.795.415
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... .155.2 6,2,51828 6507,239 6,397,899 109,340 38,928 301 4.14.619 126 28 25 377 5,493,776 1,183.486 10,763,192 174.6 .37 .36
60.l~o.2g ,,1 ,1,001 8,167,195 23.495 8,190,690 3.982.585 068,105 1,001.833,391 15 0 7.255,200 7.88W6,61o0 15.5919,572 -.267 .2Z53
DtO .. 1,105,79P 4:.5,78 133,863 8.25.657 4,1M,5"? 87,080 23,385 179 921,008 93 6 75 176 6.,155.7"6 410.351 4,086:407 10,6208,544 .388 .389
0 ..............2 750,158 3,380,1213 288,560 3,584603 M5SS.142 34,531 22,8 138 n35.839 24 126 107 257 1,570,218 7.406,326 8,000,250 127.25 23,106,509 .52 .82>1
X. 21 ........... 2,303823 6,899,880 8.760 6.908.680 6.393.0%5 5 V36 169535 288 1,863.637 117 17 165 299 6,151,472 1,085,55 9,859.380 16.696.406 -.813 .383
6 ..............23 903 1,395,639 2,733,213 78.768 2,973 2.836.958 2,855,1233 di95 A.28 232 991,890 115 19 2 136 8,87,0 688,870 97,315 91205 .309 .311
.............. 0 2,94,014 7,645.951 610,589 8,216,500 7,588,72a ?162 330,8 647 2,567,38 5 9 42 21193-M409,8 ,0,69 2,8,8 .264 86
.0 ................0 306,191 2,993,315 58,011 3,087,326 2,998,765 81,561 28, 35 163,898 29 130 159 .:031,3880 9.202.139 108313,477 -.190 .291


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2.131,098 ,721,676 18989 6,3662 5,96.67 74990 43:6 8436 -38 a1 50 9 5043 3
F!.2 3,621i 3,080,518 13,237,069 387,576 13,588,685 13,390,596 190,799 55,978 1,66 5.785,183 182 360 862 9,081,161 17,188,.327 26,229,488 .505 .501
W 2m... LO104 3D.203-44 1.205,1"9 31,488563 31,88,196 367 238 798,771 1,552 1.552 47,898,499 47,898,899 .636 .663
D1 fr.0 ., 8. 67,876 8,183,718 "59433 4 8278,061 8,235,605 38,856 22.055 53 196,168 295 195 81211- 14.192,171 .295 .298
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I 0Ie................0 4,6 ,8,1 8i005.4a) 4,579,188 6,385 7,988 56 219.910 1 575 576 28,000 5.9,95.W 5.970.888 .767 .76
17,0.. 0 2309,323 8,760,.2 4 67087 8,827321 8,727,678 9,643 791,680 216 1,281 172 6 178 12,806,831 1,070,906 2,033 13,197,770 .33
ofl, t. ofl ....... 1,99169 7,598,960 0- 86407 8,019,367 7,573,680 885,727 158,001 475 2,8?408 0 805 28,962,27 28,962,27?8zz 2
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0.,..1.2 2."92.813 8,675,571 2,084 8,677,655 8173,807 503.768 272,60 541 2.687.2m in9 266 82z 7,708,873 to,8804 3561551, 30,107,120 M .28 M07
b.. 963,375 4,410,113 21,01 8,431.954 8,180,4064 291,530 104.532 256 1,501,427 26 101 287 1,0,885992- 9,881 .859 .631
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2,1.,0.. .. 1, 1,12,675 4,555,067" 9,.70B 4.585.605 8,378,233 207,372 86,229 350 1,713,106 38 244 178 1,6 13,534 7,892,861 9,505.995 -.479 .461
'ox1. .. . 1,506,973 4,809,896 126,531 4.936.027 4,820.790 W.5237 58,778 323 1,537,833 06 173 197 18 10,V381 213,823 8,254,582 18,991,502, 53 .284
78 0.., .........2 D 1.019.282 5,122,176% 335.747 5,457,923 5,806.88" 51,436 16,707 617 2,195,83 7 271 278 224,127 13.313.430 7.9926117 20.829.678 2 .06 .88
80,.8 ...... 0 850 859,388 5,092,684 62,117 3,158,761 4,972,574 182,187 86,638 282 1,398,918 16 W2 329 36,12 8.209,015 8.575.607 .598 .58D
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20.62261.. 0 ,5613 ,3"22 5685 3,31.,907 3.282,008 130,9 561 V 1,367.335 210 210 8,92785 302,25 9,8 310,1 12 069 .261 5
0eI.. ...::::..... 0 657,646 3,172,7253 5,172,725 8,953,03? 519.688 83, 210 307 1,337,856 82 224 266 2.171.330 12.54.,210 46650 -.350 .337
a.. 1,60,1235 5.12,~1 32,2 5,505,988 5.421,345 98,603 88,688 312 1.238,706 106 106 7.333,782 7 ,333.782 -.699 .3
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0........2 1.86 :1 98,2 6,355 17.28 6,689,695 6.366.7U 283,988 107,823 228 1,006,059 31 31-127082- 270,1 89
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86.4-., 28...............8 D 560,6 2.997.689 98.872 3,196,521 3,873,592 22,919 13,596 4 27,909 14 171 m8 714,6s 4.902.633 55.68 -34 .5Yk 24...f la., I". .......... 3. .42 19,092,891 W.03 1 3.8 18.606,4?2 723,112 2".4886 28 1,085,940 222 66 18:7 31,7 ,- A.2.7 .9 .58
L-021.1 G. ..... ..0 .548 4,970.686 31 4,971,017 8,5.83 18587 95,87 2,214,022 3 0 A 0,593,823 Z,0611P.9.46 4z
10 26-k M. ..............2 D 9 5,60 .339,362 15.2U5 3538687 5,266,599 68,886. 39 378,606 2 92 98 -12,038.076 12,034.07?6 -.4844 .3
0 0t,- b...............8 1,572 5,38 2.965,.21 53.9N0 3.019.131 2,991,574 27,557 'YR 288 805,952 065 285 3,76.76 .?4,6M4 .091 .798
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2ue C- ........... 922,083 3,687,038 546 3,687,578 3,138686 588,932 191,578 269 1,522,118 14,.369 4393,695 256 .288
hmtrw08al.01 ....... .0 98,506 ,8055 5440,575 5,260,715 184,770 55.106 no0 5lO,225 5 3 07856- 107.286 -.07 .9
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0.0807 0.,2. .. 97,97 ,68,37 265,288 3,663,825 3.500.523 1M.302 32 1,594 a : 0 0 95219- 9572,099 357 .6
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46 STATISTICS Or 0GLASS I MOTO CARIERS O ROpyRn~iy FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 31.-ABTACT 0f SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL C0OMM08 CARRIERS 0r COMMODITIES 0THER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGMS IN 157300170y SERVICE RAVING OPIRATINOSOEXXNE8 OVER. 2,500.000 1953 C-tu&
By DISTRICT AND REGI0N



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Lt1040 W00 10,1 0 1.063 2.551.959 81.3 0531 25.05 2,476.264 95,741 10,075 211 992,502 53 57 no 10 32.331 47?.o99- 7. 9404-.


2.-I A1o Tra0.90.., 1 00 1,64.487 5.80013 192,052 6,042,125 5.404.562 637.363 242.523 364 1.028.435 12 200 223-4,750 22.000.562 1.630.306- 23.985.695 .24402
-1.0 10po o .- 1092.100 3.440.146 338.314 3.178. 3.413.634 34.826 181.722 225 114,781 14- 76 180 ~ 42- 8.717,623 m80.3 662
looa Port900 0 00. 2 2032.804 6.030:326 2909 6,308.035 6.096.949 211.084 67,556 8 4,9 5 20 134 ,59 8440 187i4 0.4.2 79053-.337 .4
200-01.. VreosiZ & DW01000000oo 1. D .. 1.414.90? 3.114,303 1,390 3.117.693 2.037.774 1.079,919 34664 3 2u173, as 94 899,833 4.3620220- 52205 .592 39
"a00 ..4.,10 .I .5.5 ,4,3 1,006 489 11.452.620 111548.079 103.741 42746 107 413.414 1 57 579 17.484,810 7 14864.80-.
l.OO t Transp0.00 or ..t 9524 4.0,4 339:430 4,928,413 4,833,418 74,95 9,s 313 1574.450 24 214 -20.(411; 124.2230 20.750.1:-.2


A000 0..-o.? ................... 2 a 799.212 2,680.769 12,956 2,701.775 2,36898 336,864 13L,071L 189 973.252 4 133 139 479.410 10.228.790 94.794 11,392.994 .26Yr..0oo 1.4 ................... 0 374.192 3.615.492 3.615,492 3.509.877 105,415 48.873 33 269.482 3 79 82 174,873 89070- 9,143.671 : 395 -5
20oo41ke T-0.0900, Zoo ........... 2 D 941,620 4.469,.139 4,449,130 4,340,393 180,744 47,175 229 803,101 12 221 233 2,354,732 18906.079 2,81 06O .212 .0
00,00 To 1o0. . ............. 2 473,980 2.579,495 317,713 2.897.408 2.848.404 46804 14,500 148 424,270 35 1 112 1408 593.359 19,557 5.974,914 6:4589.832 -.391 .3
Ro4 1.21 M0100 10.Ooh. I2. .......... A 4,360 1,980.253 5.449.742 145 5,469,907 5,435,283 34,414 7,738 ?77 2.946,430 59 12? 184 5,175,921 4,8M,475 0,.ffl .547 .54
2o. book 210.. Ina., J. 9 I.......... D 59.5.988 3487,564 7130 3,504,702 3:523:032 4.429 4.6 7 1,119.898 117? 2 159 9.84,989 149,863 .94.850 .3
0.0. 1.09010 Zo2,.49 4,:56 1559,073 448,010 7,8,03 6.3,25 57,28 100"8 509 2,912,519 34 3 2 40 22,393,452 5.692,906 1,184.018 1.355.11 20.27,490 72922z


A0'oorth 2-oo.0.1. 0 ............. 0 41,101 2.322.359 32.255 2,554,814 2,312,510 242,344 234,23$ 58 296.895 24 35 59 1,054,952 5,731.540 6,784.483 .373 34
3.610 To 24-0. ................ -) 1,020,794 4,284,911 100,48 4,3917,409 A,365.693 31,914 18,485 55 227,241 w w 6 4 8.428.451 8420,451 -.510 .1
1011.01 Took TAS ................ 3 6,934 747.171 2.418,086 130,944 2.549.030 2,448.048 144,181 79,357 104 844944 2 57 6 84 3,154,989 2.779.137 180,214 6- 6,A3214$ .389 -8
.......... 1010 0. ... 1 2.1193,321 2,930,28 4,524 2.934,732 2,481,850 Z52.882 109.732 191. 493,033 59 43 13 115 6.507.858 4,675,814 932.902 12,1164.4- .262 22
012.0.......,.............. 2 ,3,4 ,9,4 41,13 4,831,587 47,34 74,053 32,894 174 80478 71 129 2o 504,14. 10,255,162 15249,484- 31


fCo02.oy A 1a. . .....o ........ 0 2,403,449 3.10'.2a3 131,521 3,274,735 2,954,73 317,996 170.037 289 1,455,950 79 79 9,024,225 69,622 9.095,83?
G.0. 10A- Trok aw.0, IZoo......... 1a 482 405,804 2,057,220 314,43 179,344 2.54,959 2,579,10 4d92 235 1,149898 12 29 3 44 1,002,M5 3.614,192 489.475 5.105,918.45 50
10.m OoooP-o'1mio Cuop............. 0a 2,430,449 3,584,500 334,3%5 3:900.904 3.0,W5 251,029 L*0 275 1,.664280 82 32 1 w5 5,297,311 3.378,078 8S,034 8,760.423.47 .1
Nil.. & 0ans 10,ooklo.4U- 0. ....1 ...... 0 12"8,565 4.072.090 9,713 4,001,803 4,820,841 52,942 64,797 28% 1.496.266 W5 8 40 1"9 8,410,052 48,27 4,392,435 13,410.787 -.363 .6
070105. Tooa 100.. t.. ........ 2 a 91,:1 2.441 91,0 2,5102 2,849 458 Z532,4 124 8355 4 3 -9 37414 25342- 6378-.8
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.7.1s -oa l .......... 91 17.590.006 13.39.613 $1.656,370 $73350 $86.5 8."13 $.32" 2483 .1 3.0.0 .337.6 58.6235 TM73.1 4.4,8.97 1,508.808 3,828.98 36,303,5281 2.001k 258,454.59 -___ 40-4 $032

19-5 ,6 2.9.8 6.74.4.74 26,674,296 :,3,8 161.569.51.037. ratio. ............ 1I 1.899.016 2.421.993 3.4620.o24 912 5.862.929 5.620.334 422.5 238.376 1.08 1.4.322 7 13 90 1M 3.99.525 34.20 6,101.508 10,01.6.868 .581 .539
m 61.67186 toa..... ...... 5.786.72,1 802.946 26.813.835 799.596 16.1.397 17.235.299 1.269,102 500.960 1.41n 7.773.678 891 103 20 1.014 54.922.3%11 2.0.05 ).530.722 371.547 69.863.940 .252 ."5.
7trme e. ...... 1 129.266 3.307.361 31.004 3.338.365 3.030.799 295.566 204.172 239 1.367.124 11.7 15 163 10.314.)31 1.67.628 250.303 22,08,262 .74 .29
1V.e -ae ...... 1.28.81. 1 4.304.870 189 4.305.059 3 815.451 469. 608 136.776 296 .943 5 256 17.590.638 76343.64 91.370 221.22.4 18. 546 :22:0
6108o .0atrgi......... 2 3.369.632 802,946 9,901,424 768,.403 10.772.973 10:289.0" 1.83 928 160.01 958 10,613.82 496 97 5596 27:016:617 10,296.571 19,74- 39.24,712 .262 :
it.ne* 8. ............


8.0.7 l1.1g61. 3.!. Co. ........... 2 1.634.180 5.896.69 164,310 6.058.806 5,718.017 340,787 170.587 1.83 2.857,590 366" 3" 15.675.657 I .31.125 16,.8. en .347 M36


Roto7 1702g60, 1..., of Ma1W8n D 2,171,212- 8.520,221 16,039 8.536.230 7.923.071 613.179 298,526 61.0 3.6W0.863 554 554 31.308.309- 1W.,24 11.34.133 .271. .152
& 0... Inc. 8 .......... .0 1036.0 6.; 2.6,2 ,3 2.966.361 2.693.789 272,572 108,232 276 1.371.601 139 -5 1". 12.408.095 1 76.382 34.5.465 15.527,948 .219 1
at. into Itanalt. in.2 ............. 0 6,756.773 15.502.161 239,991 15.742.132 13.:976.224 1765.908 833.196 1.128 5.838.761. 731 35766 566890 .661.0 3.660,796 62.9W0.730 .286 .222
b..wpot.tl.n 0 ............... 1v 2.355.691 8.20.810 231.58 8.636.396 a.342.362 96.01L4 11.924 83 40.6 872 4 36,L 4.4JM I.Y4.0 15,276,641 1,18.67 W 43
r o.*wl.................... 781,610 2.607,=n2 2,66.6,022 2.470,301 177.721 88.970 666,"6795 2 2 9- 2,619.1.n 2196087 5,588,299.44.2
1... Jac. A.................. C 1.410.170 3.026.410 123.321 3.147.731L 3,034.057 113.674 1.2.967 251 1.550.681 189 20 209 5,536.700 1,197.727 6732,62749 45
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0 & 40,1.. 2m................... 0 2,361.202 4 6,"8.654 468.654. 6.439.916 208.738 52,219 365 2,165755 211. 2 21 11.315.9b0 95.348 2.412.200 .107 .389


11 Trateprtat0. o ............... 3 I 1,89.016 2.621.99 3.420.024 912 5.642.929 5,.20,334 4.22.595 238,376 1.08 1,434,322 7913 96190 3.912.525 34.209 6.101.508 108.0.4 .581 .539


2.e.. IL v ................... 2 D 1.129.2". 3.307.361 31.006 3,338,365 3.030.799 295.366 206.172 239 1,36.126 147 15 162 10.314.331 1.4.7.628 250.303 U.,052.262 -.274 .251


Transport Co..=. ................ 0 1,287.85 4.304.870 189 6.305,059 3,8 n115,5451 1.69.608 136.774 296 1,792.731o 250 6 256 17.590,638 743.n46 91.370 121.244. 18A.51.966 ...22 .206

202323 0 1g72 .33
77. ats.20 . . .3,59 176:75 82,9609~ Wb 7.266.309 1281 97 37 1.9 2 10.2950 1.5.2 3,61 M
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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 CARRIERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE TABLE 33















Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $2,500,000 appear In Table 34.







STATISTICS CF CLASS I MOTR CARRIERS OF PROPER PR THE YEAR ENDED DEOEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 33._9UnOfARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATIC DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED 13 LOCAL BERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION 1953


Ite l Eastern other Vstern R I O 1 8
distriote district region district el Central Northwestrn Mid-Weston Beathvate ametAL

Number of ers............................. 426 271 5 150 16 14. 1o 15 22 aa
ASSET SIDE
Current aesets Total ..6............... ............ $64,883,902 037,252,784 0342.173 $27,288.945 61,741,085 $2.611.478 $12,900,221 61,620,090 62.511,307 $0,84. $1.371,595 118,742.106

Care prtn property ................ 152,748,344 91,817,151 961,506 56,969,687 2,969.147 54,016,186 37,831,8 15,96,722 6:8 380 se 36.o"'3
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 91,770.284 57,855.832 590,552 33,323,900 1,791,712 140942 2.,0514.696 2,1,1 41:383 3,72Z2* 1:511,94I
Net carrier operating property ............ .......... 60,978,060 36,961.319 370.954 23,645,787 1,177,765 20,006,762 15,776,792 2,381,212 2,645.507 2,835,502 1.035,079 14,7ae,467
Carrier operating property leased to others ............. 211, 28 171.2 3 40,075 70,008 101,245 5,364 11
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ................ 10601 90,966 712635 52.568 38.398 967
loncarriar property.....................31.36 .728 3,1477,509 456.983 2,4314,236 1,1a 0 36011,02 1338,5163 29,6375 0 11 16 0 1642

Total tangible property lees reserve ................. 81,159,058 39,069,467 643,530 41,446,061 1,859,314 21,014,469 16.195,684 3,245,912 ,842,791 5.299.774 1,927,802 as129.782
Intangible property les reserve for amortization .......... 1,354,901 659,077 2,000 693,824 83,027 405,131 170,919 9,727 23,648 73.95 9.975 376.549
Investment eourities and advances Total ................. 10,143,299 5,161,779 46,541 4,934,979 315,146 2,281,896 2,564,737 103,535 351,076 130,876 93,944 4,235,58
Special funds, deferred debits, and alesellaneous
debit Items Total ..................................... 2,041,650 743,919 21,667 1,276,04 10,338 465,457 268,124 11,299 57,591 352.621 15,1ae 839,43
TOtal assets ...................................... 159,582,810 82,887,026 1,055,911 75,639,873 4,000,910 46.77,.431 32,099.685 4,990.563 5,786,413 8,901,043 3,418,436 52,543,418
LIABILITY BIDE
Current liabilities Total...................:::::::::::: : 3: 807,167 24,1490644 153,107 15 163.416 1,153,612 1186,002 8,11,03 855,967 1.3 0 1 66,504 16
Advanospayable Total ................................8202,771 2,876,550 2,500 5,323,721 S,393 2,91 03 602,0 21542 U. '5 94 1.~ 214 508 0@5010
Equipment and other long-ters obligatione Total ........... 18,694,858 8655.501 117,739 9,921,618 7,5 3,753,14 4,179,206 1,256,184 1,437,005 647 891 5.697,
Deferred credit and reserves Total .... ............ t.,79,317 1,261,669 51 1,417,597 1253 729,595 48,821 35,969 24,757 30,098
Capital stook and noneorporate capital Total ............. 39,1163453 17,323,954 271,225 21,521,274 8,045 9,173,399 7,333,510 1,075,533 1145.316 4,889,892 1,4 311
Unappropriated surplust
Unearned surplus ................... *. 3,675,560 3,088,511 587,049 76,662 2,704,095 307.754 68,216 56,718 76,003 386 11l
Earned surplus .......................................... 47,406,684 25,190,197 511,289 21,705,198 1,189,790 12,963,097 11,037,310 1,1485,152 2.268,515 468,497 778,422 16,710,612
Total unappropriated surplus ......................... 51,082,244 28,278,708 511,289 22,292,247 1,266,452 15,667,192 11,345,064 1553,368 2.325,233 544.500 772,422 17,096,724
Total liabilities ................................. 159,582,810 82,887,026 1,055,911 75.639,873 4,oo8,910 46,778,431 32,099,685 4,990,563 5,786,413 8,901,043 3,418,436 52,543,418
INCOME STATEMENT
Carrier Onerating Income
Operating revenues
Freight revenue-Interoety-Common carrier............... 62,667,669 26.918,754 247,495 35,501,420 1,9 ,929 11,731,603 13,272,220 1,337,893 376.260 5.543,640 2,027,305 26,216 322
Freight revenue-..Interoity--Oontraot carrier ............. 19, 95,647 12,144,628 257,344 6,993,7 5 346 7,268,182 4,287,100 2,888,829 466,004 44083 9737 3565022
Freight revenue-Looa cartage ........................ 22 ,083 159,11 506 865,640 65,1428,937 3,090,075 95.297,190 60,762241 5,100496 10.309,004 5,608996 2,282.024 48,1417
Interolty transportation for other 0laea I motor
carriers ................. ..................3,016,840 1,075,761 218,974 1,722,113 108,578 445.414 521,769 109,803 165,083 144,859 294,473 1,007,895
Other operating revenue ........................ .8382,441 4,234,561 62,983 I 4084,897 229,816 604,296 33,235 387,333 820,112 210,719 2,633,498
Total operating revenues ............................. 318,906,688 203,523,210 1,652,436 113,731,042 5,932,744 118,142,840 79,447,626 9,470,256 11,723,684 12,161,690 4,884,258 75,551.154
Operation and maintenance exuensest
Equipment maintenance ................................... 37,763,628 22,304,683 184,449 15,274.496 862,123 11475,928 663 1,365,553 1,53,273 2,311,061 981,680 9,062,929
Transortation ...........................................161,895,509 106,007,955 792,755 55,094,799 3,183431 59,387,705 4368 5,116,890 6.346973 5,337,609 2,023.564 30,269 763
Terminal ................................................ 22,976,721 15,085,406 109,892 7,781,423 4 1 11,676,406 3,412,197 410,528 380,079 188,338 59,201 6.743,277
Traffic .............................93 3,284,679 3 ,080 3.030,134 2.1,753,358 1,328,866 139856 2912 500 79,121 2.199,525
3nuenead safety ...................................14,780,500 9,146,117 714,788 5,559,595 412.317 5,730,921 3,002,879 1439.903 554,085 19.,705 2143, 10 3,1437,392
Amin"itr.at.ive nd general......................:::::::: 22,660 21,179341 209,946 11 ,27163? 694.1 13 65, 6,819,67 al33 1,261,349 1,110,611 485, 9
Total operation and maintenance expense ............... 276,428,175 177,008,181 1,407,910 98,012,084 5,351.320 103,689,797 67,967,064 8,287,060 10,370,891 10,153,824 3,872,746 65,327,563
Depreciation expense ...................................... 15,135,520 9,544,004 108,134 5,483.382 263,931 5,014,767 4,263,306 49,873 70 6 886,718 300,573 3,099,05
Depreciation adjustment ....................... ............. 3 138 d 198,Y19 d&1,.58 1526611 d 10.741 127 7l4.16 L.. 2J852 L..7.*L11g 92,613 1 1...4
Amortization Ohargeable to operations .......... ........... 5,205 2,250 395 -1, .4826 9
Operating tes and licenses ............................... 16,830 99 10,372,893 102,988 6,354,611 309,405 5.306,578 4,756,910 586,287 532,767 696,129 267,212 4,272,223
Total expensees ........................................ 308,046,761 196,728,909 1,617,474 109,700,378 5,913,925 113,899,912 76,915,072 9,344,386 11,568,323 11,714,058 4,438,585 72,635,026
Net operating revenue ................................... 10*859.927 6,794.301 34,962 4,030,664 18,819 4,242,928 2,532554 125,870 155.361 447,632 385,673 2,916,128
Least of distinct operating unit-Deit...................92,981 1:4::73 58,508 34,7 1 102 49,035 1,628
Lease of distinct operating unit-Credtt.......................52,130 18,759 33,371 53247 13,512 22,873 la:491Net carrier operating Income ............................ 10,819,076 6,778,587 34,962 4,005,527 18,819 4,213,804 2.545,964 148.743 106.326 446,004 385,673 2.918,781
Other Ordinary Income
Income from nonourrier operations-Net ...................... .5,119,616 1,299.072 92,957 3,727,587 160,206 542,6 596,232 246,128 309,296 316,942 232,171 2,623,050
Interest Income ................................... 176,581 614,217 514 111,80 832 26,648 36,737 442 7,316 21,526 2,13 80,433
Dividend Income........................:..........: : 268 3 113l18 15 82,6 20,215 33699 9,275 14,916 1, 13,1 754 25,70
Other nonoperating income ......................................10,1 92857 779, 8,8 72,122 20,735 836 15,2521081,74309
Total other ordinary income ............................. 5,745,770 1,569,335 94,250 14,082,185 181,253 675,103 712,979 262,322 333,765 372,693 253,122 2,860,283
Gross ordinary income.....................................16,564.846 8,347,922 129.212 8.087,712 200,072 1 4.888,907 3.258,943 411,065 440.091 818,697 638,795 5,779,064




52 STATISTICS OF OLASB I KOTOB CARIERS OF PROPERTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECENI 31, 1953

TABLE 33.-.SUNNAM OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF PROPERTY ENGAGED IN LOCAL SERVICE Continued SE DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western REG 0 N 8
districts district region district EN ..TW Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern M l Paoithe


INCOME STATEMENT Continued

Deductions From Ordinary Incom
Interest ................................................. $1,271,465 $629,591 $6,074 $635,800 $32.569 $325,606 $271,416 657.714 667.933 694.103 $58.440 $357.610
Amortization of debt discount and expense .................. 8,008 1.946 6,062 92 1,854 26 4,214 1,822
Amortization of premiumk on debt-Crsdit..........................
Other deductions .......................................... 428,129 186,667 3,748 237,714 16,814 97.571 72.282 10.716 11,821 32,850 57,428 124,899
Total deductions from ordinary income ................... 1.707.602 818,204 9.822 879.576 49,383 423.269 345.552 68,430 79.780 126,953 120,082 484,331
Ret ordinary Incom ..................................... 14,857,244 7,529,718 119,390 7,208,136 150.689 4,465,638 2.913,391 342,635 360.311 691,744 518,713 5,294,733
Extraordinar, Incom
Etraordinary Ioome credits ............................... 373,? 182,133 2.636 188 961 22,842 84,116 75,17 1.967 2,123 52,978 340
Extraordinary Income charges ...................................89,7449,3 ,67 46.148 22,763 17,176 -,98 8,72331
Delayed inoome credits .........................................99,284 59,600 39,6841 993 22,131 36,476 39,684
Delayed income ohrges ..................................... 81185 72,003 9,182 27,001 5,002 I 9,182
Total extraordinary Ioom .............................. 302,085 129.791 d 1,021 173,315 23,835 56,483 49.473 1,967 138 44,255 340 126,615
Net Incoe before Income taxes .......................... 15,159,329 7,659,509 118,369 7,381,451 174.524 4,522,121 2,962,864 344,602 360,449 735.999 519,053 5,421,348
Inoms taes /....................................... 5,299,088 2,684,400 41,451 2.573.237 59.479 1,506.233 1,118,688 129,590 183,604 87,479 59,000 2.113,564
Net inaone .............................................. 9,860,241 4,975,109 76,918 4,808,214 115,045 3,015,888 1,844,176 215,012 176,845 648,520 460,053 3,307,784
Operating ratio I/ ...............................(percent). 96.59 96.66 97.88 96.46 99.68 96.41 96.81 98.67 98.67 96.32 92.01 96.14
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dvidens ......................................... .... 500.3749 $1,439,048 $33,000 $3.533,701 $29,060 $637,762 $772,226 $15,310 $164,504 612,000 126,099 $3,315,788
withdrawal ............................................... 246,700 1,248,209 12,583 1,202,908 731,160 517,,049 17,497 458,285 207,901 519,225
Total dividends and withdrawals ......................... 7,469,449 2,687,257 45.583 4,736,609 29,060 1,368,922 1,289,275 15,310 182,001 470,285 234,000 3,835,013
SqUIPMENT
Revenue freight equipment owned:
Trucks Number of units ....................... 15,982 10,630 147 5,205 230 7, 035 3,365 415 913 587 270 3,020
Cost .................................. $46,727.488 131,261.700 $286,531 615,179,257 719,956 $22,620,895 $7,920,049 $742,184 61,714,707 62,851,214 $1,201,776 68,669,376
Truck tractors Number of units ....................... 9,826 6,038 72 3,716 188 ,249 1 663 284 97 ,221
Cost................................. $35,853.793 620,751,705 6218,421 614,883.667 #821,569 9,66 ,739 410,26 397 1591,873 $1,602,368 $1,163,847 0449.079 $10,076,500
Bemitrailers Number of units ....................... 17.741 11,238 83 6,420 226 25 77 621 1,279 6 120 3,761
u Cost .................................. $35.752.529 $226779. $214.849 $12.75?.773 $587,845 9,642,442 $12,549 ,67 $1.551,496 $1,724,936 $911.69 $231,063 $8.338,606
Full trailers Number of units ..................M.... 9111 240 21 51 99 35 361
-cost .......... ......................2,282,373 $1255.397 L 10696 6282 627,1220 61.05,459- 6647 63 1 6712
Other equipment C ost .................................2,286,48 66230. 61,480,256 6306 6480,054 6323,116 613,889 6402,003 $152,7. #79:4= 6832,200
Total cost of all equipment owned .................... $122,902,669 $76,854,976 #719,801 645,327.892 $2,205,282 $42.540,250 $32.109,444 $3,899.442 65,444,014 $5,155.886 $2,196,653 $28,631,897


Average number................. I....... I........................40, 26:544 312 13555 884 16,344 9,316 1,217 1,689 1,951873
Ot4al mesion..............................685,573,07 122,780 ,307 $927,091 $61,866,009 $3,769,582 M2,94816 $46,845,90 $5,659,24 $7,385015 511286 $2,201,230 $41,509,230
OPERATING STATISTICS
Average number of trucks and tractors in interaity
revenue service:
Owned power unite:
In operation ......... .............................. 4,248 2.1U 42 2,037 190 1,278 701 255 89 438 125 1,130
Undergoing repairs .................................... 153 55 95 10 a6 22 13 2 24 4 52
Stn-by.. ........ .................185 103 BE 12 44 47 6 2 56 3 15
Total power unite-Oned.......................... 4,586 2,330 42 2,214 212 1.348 770 274 93 518 132 1.197
Rented power units without drivers-In operation ........ 200 124 76 5 36 84 9 38 29
Rented power units with drivers-In operation ........... 365 245 120 2 34 209 20 100
Total number of power units in intercity revenue
sevi0s.......................................... 5.151 2,699 42 2,410 219 1.417 1,063 274 102 576 132 1,326
Tehicle-miles operated in intercity revenue service
(loaded and empty):
ned vhie ed ........ ..... 118,810,606 51:756.461 1,929,415 65 124,730 3,961,874 26 560.60 21,233,927 10,141,810 1,8 8,475,632 5,468,470 39 188,565
VeIce entdwthu ivs....t~r ... ............,6 3 7,18399" 2.827,136 653 1,596,236 5,435631- 52.36 ~ 337,675 1,65,9
Vehicles rented with drivers 14,41.,145 10,56.251 3,649, 30,000 896,621 9,0,630 3,074 232,56 3,613 957
Driaay .............................................. 575,678 575,676 ** 575,678
Total miles operated in intercity highway service
All vehicles ...................................... 142,968,664 69,442,111 1,929,415 71.597.138 4,078,406 29,053,517 36.310,188 10,144,884 1,902,617 9,045,870 5,468,470 45,o35,297
UIles-Rail and water service .....................
Tons of revenue freight earned n Intereity service J/ 14,186,449 8,288.574 62,831 5,835,044 415,593 2,967,785 4,905.196 942,922 110,832 575.391 332,281 3,873,618

eight revenue from Ijinwerty service....................6$82,843,316 639,063,382 0504,839 442,495,095 62.504,275 $18,999,787 $17,559.320 64,226,722 $862,264 65,587,723 62,037,042 $29,781.344

Credit or other reese item.
Doe ot include inome taes applioable to sole proprietorships snd partnerships. Se intratuetory statement.
Total expenses includingg deprooiation, amortization end operating taxes)divided by total operatmg re ges.
Includes duplication on count of tonnage received from -onnecting 91ase I motor carriers.





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Number total_____ Operating "Tomxes %ta Number of tracks mat *10011. Temble-auloaD in Iatawit rovenu car""o
of soot (sot (including Met Not Inom traotoTO owed at sloseJ22t. cs.
3405~~~loa Tf011?0*11 al~U 0. atorelty All Asprectattoa number Tfotal..IIo T"10o..srusted eelk2
repro- istsanoblo o Total as& *"rating lo0ses (.16*1. ompsgm. too"i Iatsolty totale iuh
**sed. property) service sevc othr peatiag Inomei tam of south tioa **Me*0 novel** lot"OO vWith Dl~w Itect

All districts total .......... 15 *46.003,775 064.102,993 *26,650.092 P2,58.546 $92,911.631 $88,283.821 $4.625.810 $3,"59,549 11,591 $-4.m5.557 5,83 1.099 6.962 37.239,312 3,431.443 7.383.427 573.7S8 M9.
Moster d1.8*1st total ......... 9 22,931.716 49,77130 6.381.698 1.395.338 57.4946 59.610 2.899.856 1.917.354 7.649 35,812.726 4.552 262 4,814 7,275,5551 2,798,060 5.061, 238 5134.633
low Ang41a 158105 .......... -- ----Middl Atlatic ona ........ 5 16,037.345 38,452,510 1.609,915 972,800 41.033.223 38.841.328 2.193.897 1,552,884 5.959 26,962,255 3.635 123 3,758 2.088,425
Central region ............ 4 6.894,371 11,264,920 4.771,783 422.538 16.4"9.&1 13.73.282 705.959 364,470 1.690 8.85.471 917 139 1,056 5.187.130 2,798,060 5,061,138- 230*,8
Swthemr. wgisa .........................
Wot~ra "strict st"ta ......... 6 23,072.059 14.385.563 20.2W8.394 763.208 35.417.165 33.691.211 1,725.954 1,542,195 3.942 19.142.831 1.311 837 2.11S 29.963.787 633.383 2.322.189 573.676 33.493,037
Worwtrwestora rooms .......... 1 1,216,188 703.019 2,038,14 343 1 2.741.308 2,612,356 1252 77,908 286 1.60,.031 33 106 139 5,8,51- 3074 5,59122
818-V..teou region .......... ------ --Botbuesor lagou ..................- -- -- -meoky Na= rdus ... a.........- -- -Pacific 700 ........... 5 21,855,871 13.682,544 18,230.248 762,865 32.675,657 "1,a.,855 1,596,802 1,4&4.2e7 3,656 17.638.800 1,278 731 2,80 8,375.636 633,383 2,319,115 575,678 27,903,92

3420012 19110010 210101

Neck Trasportation Os............................. 951.457 2.476.668 582,867 5t 3,059,387 2,781,001 278,586 303,551 3574 1,763,242 208 118 256 1.458.084 1,450,844
Scott 210.., Inc ..................................1,719,729 1,903,894 868,074 2,771,968 2,6188 0088 121,31 267 1,748745 182 7s 257 587,576--- 587,576
ftited Parcel Service of I"v York. Ia ...............720.361 23.135.756 5476 23,290,512 92.452,23e 838,274 411,220 3,350 15.185.025 1,961 1,961
Ma1ted rel Servio. of Pennsylvania.,n o. ..........1,631,80 ,848,644 5,8M.644 5.747.512 121.132 52,088 906 3,965,708 "a2 612
Vatted States !oae51ag 001F. ............... ........4,013,998 5,067,548 158,974 817,992 6,044,514 5.198,697 845,817 6".,74 1.062 4,299,535 672 -672 50,805 ---50,805

OUL 31011
mtor Expross Inc (In.)....................... 1,090,226 2,52.690 2,871 2,532.561 2.450,159 82,402 49.106 289 1,560,720 224- 224 -Rogoe a rtage 0................................ 2649.121 1,481,077 4,057,123 333,920 5,872,120 5,593,134 278,986 11,1 313 1,697 19 119 4,352,607 2,789,&7 5,06.23g 1.0,3
$Ideal Delivery Service, lao,....................... 682.341 ,203,608 414 3,204.022 3,175,264 28,758 12,620 535 2,49,642 294 294
willeot Co ........................................ 2.472.683 Z,050.545 714,60 85,333 4.850,538 4,534,725 315,813 161.393 553 2,835,142 399 20 419 834,483 8,413 0 42,896

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E111s16o Torasit 0..u la.......................... 1.216.188 703,019 2,038,16 343 2.741.308 2,612,356 129,152 77,908 256 1.504,031 33 106 139 5,588,151 -3,074 5,591.205

PACIIC 102801
sot"o Ta & Storage 0 ........................... .4183.807 2,544,869 3.195.756 670,962 6,413,587 6,200,567 213,020 78,51 648 3,105,051 270 40 310 1,935,669 1.935.60
morohaat's 2apross 00oo ........................ 1319,60 993,816 2,813,506 71,876 3,879,198 3,822.615 56,583 54,748 505 2,394,705 186 74 260 1,972,708B 1,970,708
Pacific Motor Truoking C ......................5493436 3,897,480 7,916,624 17,052 11,831,156 10,869.508 961,848 459,776 1,258 6,049,163 385 392 777 2,26,"443 6,891 2,006,7 57a6n 14.713.88?
81gs" Trucking Sorres, Ltd6........................ 1,486,360 3,220,360 827,136 4,047,496 4,013,991 33,505 23,155 509 2,642,561 256 56 312 2,089,000 9,004 209e,004
7011.7 Motor Z1g.,, lao., & Talor imrove to. 2,072,660 3, 026,019 3.477,226 975 6,504,220 6,172,174 332,046 138,093 736 3,1147.320 1.81 169 350 6,251,816 626,.92 303.240 7,181,548



















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STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 INTERCITY SERVICE TABLES 35 TO 449 INCLUSIVE LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE TABLES 45 TO 549 INCLUSIVE










Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over 02,500,000 appear in Tables 55 and 56.







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STATIBTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PABSGES FOR TE YEAR suSD DoEsR 31, 1953 57

TABLE 35.-8EIEOTED BALAGE 883B1 ITWKS CARRIERS OF PASSMERS WGAED IN INTERCIY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND RWION, DEOCBER 31, 1953


All Eastern Seuthers Western xR__ __1 0 MS
It" districts district region district w 0 atral Northwester Kidwetern Southwestemn P&G aIi

Number of carriers represented ..........*..********* 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 1 n
ASSET SIDE
Current assets Total ..... ......** ** 81,661,912 $24,897,310 $21,875,924 $34,88,678 $1,931,765 $9,214,970 $13,U5@,575 $2,290,113 2,556,432 $17,993,306 $1,23,706 10,25,119
Tanible property;
suarrier operating property ...... 0.................339,694,961 W3,4.06.253 89,537,277 136,751,431 7,430,185 36,1140,761 69,535,307 23,032,693 17,206,9 536,493 3,61.8,286 1.7,325,261
Reserve for depreciation and amortization .........186,030,859 63,163,033 40,104,7.1 74,763,085 3,691,702 19,81,41. 39,289,8.7 7,871,730 8,69.6 31,0132 1.6,7 25,330,61.
Net carrier operating property .-............... 153,664,102 50,243,220 41,432,536 61,988.346 3,538,483 16,459,277 30,245,460 5,160,963 8,319,292 24,535,168 1,978,508 21,994,415
Carrier operating property leased to others .....
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 2 8 1 3 7 1
Nonoarrier property ... .....4..........................1,329,323 219,889 1,109,431. 27,01.7 iS3 6 5,.86 1,816 1,0154,79152,057
Rosere for depreciation and amortization 175,761 17786 15797 10,011 2,34 5,426 1,127 154791 2 057
Monopeorating property ............................ 2150,951 1,117,34 338,205 69 401 140 525 198 054 778,766 87 183 71,461 431,687 17,590 87,463
Reserve for depreciation and amortization 354,324 98,9 81,639 17 ,236 37,565 21,577 39,307 2,700 9,030 136,930 8,224 17,352
Total tangible property less resltr.e .......... 156,614,294 51,464,219 41,689,102 63,460,973 3,658,479 16,820,761 30,964,979 5,24,135 6,381.743 25,723,790 2,044,779 22,064,526
Intangible property. 36685 1,2,4 0461 531
Organization, franchises, permits end other .36.6,8 14,.574 0,2612 1,094,991 859,770 2,682,714 10,563,256 3,671,13 2,437,02. 6,167,291 204,77 6,614,826
Reserve for amortization .............................21,573,147 9,01.7,626 5,843,938 6,681,583 667,000 777,105 7,603,521 1,01.3,677 2,:278,469 1,321,:906 3,:413 2,:033,916
Total intangible property less reserve......... 22,073,738 5,078,116 4,582,214 12,413,408 192,770 1,905,609 2,979,737 2,627,256 158,555 4,6453,385 201,304 4,580,906
Investment securities and advances Total ........... 27,436,681 11,426,939 3,963,886 12,046,056 176,.447 1,319,309 9,931,183 868,041 952,429 9,038,351 33,963 1,153,272
Deferred debits Total ............................** 5,487,875 1,656,315 1,421,702 2,409,858 74,668 578,708 1,002,939 515,246 354,59 1,04,664 61,037 434,362
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ...... 22,555,822 6,191,627 4,815,995 11,548,200 43,928 1,450,759 4.696,940 1,058,267 1,560,241 2,185,615 6,744,057
Total assets .............................. 315,830,522 100,714,526 78,348,823 136,767,173 6,078,057 31,290,116 63,346,353 12,605,078 13,963,949 60,831,113 4,164,789 45,202,244
LIABILITY SIDE
Current liabilities Total ......................... 62,380,859 19,803,133 14,408,610 28,169,116 1,353,730 6,846,121 11,603,282 2,171,383 1.999,606 U1,215,791 712,598 12,069,736
Advances payable Total ........................... 45,104,687 11,298,976 22,505,012 11,300,69 400,000 1,621,351 9,277,625 5,891,767 2,163,289 7,100 3,238,543
Equipment and other long-term obligation*:
Equipment obligations ............................ 27 387 001 12 806,254 6,8 51,404 7,729,34 1,683,506 4,685,681 6,437,067 1,194,028 899,774 4,602,78 367,681 645,075
Bonds and other long-ters obligations ............ 13,396,459 6,697,773 1,340,472 5,358,211 189,66 735,209 5,772,698 10,000 1,916,722 2,533,993 321,700 5955199
Total equipment sad other long-term obligations 4E,783,460 19,504,027 8,191,876 13,087,557 1,873,372 5,420,890 12,209,765 1,204,028 2,816,496 7,114,77 709,384 1,240,874
Deferred credits Total ............................ 575,587 265,346 45,095 265,146 2,420 244.564 18,362 24,359 24,19 62,625 3,768 150,201
Reserves for insurance, Injuries, loss and damage,
aend other Total ................................ 11,243,776 4,092,527 2,159,813 4,991,436 220,710 501,118 3,370,699 590,633 505,90 1,204,497 50,345 2.639,981
Capital stock and noneorporato capital:
Capital stock Total ................ ...... 52,478,55 11,990,327 7.527,011 32,961 217 1,117,101 4,859,568 6, 013658 3,142,534 623,723 12,62 940 574,120 15,999,900
Sole proprietorship capital ...................... 290, 00 203,869 86,531 67,740 136,129 86,531
Partnership capital ........... ............ 8.,089,898 7,852,553 162,826 74,519 7,852,553 74,519
Total capital stock and nonoorporate capital .. 60,858,853 20,046,749 7,689,837 33,122,267 1,184,841 4,859,5468 14,002,340 3.142,534 623,723 12,781,990 574,120 15,999,900
Unappropriated surplus:
Unearned surplus.................................. 4,628,990 2,043.299 362,658 2,203,033 58,317 31,396 1,633,586 328,274 1,711,780 85,726 77,253
Earned surplus.......... ......................... 90,254,310 23,660,469 22,965,922 43,627,919 984,667 11, 5,108 11,230,694 5, 143,867 2,102,182 24,574,366 2,021,746 9,765,756
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 94,883,300 25,703,768 23,348,580 45,830.952 1,042,984 11,796,504 12,864,280 5,472,141 2,102,18 26,286,146 2,107,474 9,863,009
total liabilities ...... 6,078,057 31,290,16 63.346,353 12,605,078 33,963,949 60,831,133 4,164,769 4.,202,244





58 STATISTICS OF 01.A8S I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 36. -- INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953


Item All Eastern Southoern Wvestern R 1 0 a
districts district region district New A ile Central Northwestern Mid-Western Soutwestern MaROn Pacifi
England AtldW.ntic-n Southwestern Pacific____Number of carriers represented ........................ 161 76 32 53 0 35 31 3 5 26 8 11
land and land rights .................................. $13.815,210 $4,109,358 $3,630,663 $6,075,189 $93,973 $1,375,543 $2,639,842 $315.192 $580,552 $1,700.521 $118,856 $3,360,068
Structures ............................................ 44,038,450 14,601,324 12,533,806 16,903,320 543,355 3.664,035 10,393,934 1,322,376 2,497,970 4,986,833 625,609 7,470,532
Reserve for depreoiation .............................. 10,430,820 4,159,807 2,471,013 3,800,000 265,778 1,016,598 2,877,431 385,681 662,851 902,771 129,183 1,719,514
Investment, less reserve ........................... 33,607,630 10,441,517 10,062,793 13,103.320 277,577 2,647,437 7.516,503 936,695 1,835,119 4,084,062 496,426 5,751,018
Revenue equipment:
Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 242,792915 84,658,090 63,379348 94,755,477 6.394.425 28,161,18 50,102,482 8,746,079 11,659,570 40,891,017 2,540,407 30,918,404
Additions and betterments ....................... 27,951,822 9,098,031 6.?79 2,105 12,061,686 693,093 3,332.474 5,02,464 1,579,17 1,28790 4,925,086 27171 3,856,642
Retirements / .................................. 17,266,485 7,122,686 4,17?,739 5,969,060 775,165 2,903,064 3, 4457 362, 80 606,6 8 3,013, 34 1,62,964
Balance at alose ofyr ....................... 253.478.252 86,633,435 65,996,714 100,848,103 6.312.353 28,590.593 51,730,489 9,963,016 12,481. 682 42, 802.599 2,458.724 33,12,082
Reserve for depreciation ........................ 159,953,258 53,773,902 42,039,685 64,139,671 3.273,855 17,278,126 33,221,921 6,673,807 7,428,458 27,020,943 1,424,170 21,592,293
Investment, lose reserve ..................... 93.524,994 32,859,533 23.957,029 36,708,432 3,038,498 11,312,467 18.508.568 3.289,209 5,053,224 15,781,656 1,034,554 11.549,.789
Service oars and equipment ............................ 2.357.553 815,673 554,065 987,815 84.151 379,152 352,370 80.735 177,785 '445,167 33,146 250,982
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 1,484,821 476,728 303.839 704,254 45,541 218.841 212.346 52:654 135.338 324.352 18.948 172,962
Investment, less reserve ........................... 872,732 338.945 250,226 283.561 38,610 160,311 140,024 28,081 42,447 120,815 14,198 78,020
Shop and garage equipment .............................. 6,147,700 2.234,99 1,429,550 2,483,157 135,372 813.533 1,286.088 303,261 297,106 1,054,282 56,122 772.386
Reserve for depreoiation ............................... 4,033,014 1,424,4 0 892,953 1,715,657 115,450 527,132 781,822 215.902 222,397 675,305 35,981 566,072
Investment, leas reserve ........................... 2,114.686 810,589 536.597 767,500 19,922 286,401 504,266 87,359 74,709 378.977 20,141 206,314
Furniture and office equipment ........................ 6,444557 1,949,846 1,822,505 2,672.206 147,273 510,934 1,291,639 349,081 290,608 1,178,455 41,671 812,391
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 3,987,960 1,281,095 1,144,727 1,562,138 99,885 303,154 878,056 190,102 168,053 707,990 25,467 470,526
Investment, less reserve............................. 2,456,597 668.751 677,778 1,110,068 47,388 207,780 413.583 158,979 122,555 470,465 16,204 341,865
Miscellaneous equipment ............................... 1,605,430 547,217 238,386 819,827 44,130 121,066 382,021 83,366 42,897 309,161 8,415 375,988
Reserve for deprecation .............................. 1,037,452 381.572 129,743 526.137 35,109 77,975 268,488 62.503 16,227 151.332 4,291 291,784
Investment, less reserve .............................. 567,978 165,645 108,643 293,690 9,021 43,091 113,533 20,863 26,670 157,829 4,124 84,204
Improvements to leasehold property .................... 10,512,761 2,455,258 2,750,415 5,307,088 69.578 949.335 1,436.345 615,666 811.592 2,806,163 33,927 1,039,740
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 4,981,043 1,638,594 1,045,175 2,297,274 56,084 559,198 1,023,312 291,081 256,082 1,200,678 31,738 517,695
Investment, less reserve .................. ......... 5,531,718 816,664 1,705,240 3,009,814 13,494 390.137 413.033 324,585 555,510 1,605.485 2.189 522,045
Undistributed property ................................ -.
Reserve for depreciation ..............................-
Investment, less reserve ............................
Unfinished construction ............................... 1,295,048 59,149 581,173 654,726 36,570 22.579 28,506 253.312 271,816 101,092
Total investment in carrier operating property ........ 339,694,961 113,406,253 89.537,277 136,751,431 7,430,185 36,440,761 69,535,307 13,032.693 17,208,698 55,536,493 3,648,286 47.,325,261
Reserve for depreciation .............................. 185,908,368 63,136,102 48,027,135 74,745,131 3,891,702 19,981,024 39,263,376 7.871.730 8,889,406 30,983.371 1,669,778 25,330,846
Reserve for amortization .............................. 122,491 26,931 77,606 17,954 460 26, 71 17.954
Total investment in carrier operating property,
less reserve for depreciation and amortization .. 153,664,102 50,243,220 41,432.536 61,988.346 3.538,483 16.459.277 30,245,460 5,160,963 8.319.292 24.535,168 1,978,508 21,994,415

1/ The differences between the amounts shown for retirements of equipment in this table and those shown In table 42 result from aooeunting adjustments.





STATISTICS OF 0LASS8 I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS OR THE SEAR ENDED DBEEMBER 31, 1953 59

TABLE 37.--INONE STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTAROIT SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western B G 1 0 N 8
Item districts district region district New Midle Rocky
Entland tsantio Central North~lesterna Kid-Western Southwestearn Muti n- Pacii

Number of carriers represented ......**.* .* 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 8
REVENUES
Operating revenues ..................................... $394.561,975 $135,381,869 $99,972,936 $159,207,170 #8,254,675 $46,245,215 $80,881,979 $14,163,384 $18,933,225 $65.113,252 $4,227.533 56,769776
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses ..................... 293.050,629 106,414,403 68.388,924 118,247,302 6,857,892 37,401,392 62,155,119 11,212,869 14,394,462 48,023,380 2,982,113 41,634,478
Depreolation expense: ............................24....... 2689,751 8.388,643 6,199,335 10,101,773 669,464 2,912.493 4,806,686 888,949 1,392,008 4,743,278 274,964 2,6802,74
Amortization chargeable to operations .......1........ 14,69 10,219 4 48 27 112 510 27
Operating taxes and licenses ......................... ... 31,490,72 8,884,194 9,205,795 13,400.753 598,567 2,95 S42 5,330,785 1,038,865 1,47 ,551 5,66o3,315 380,071 4.,850951
Operating rents-Net ................................... ... 4#.395,307 2,704,657 764,513 926.137 161,911 1,274,666 1,268,080 235,459 396,928 979.44 186,542 62.8
Total expenses .................................... 353,641,123 126,402,116 84,563,015 142.675,992 8,287,834 44,548.3505 73,565.777 13.376,142 17,453,949 59,406,446 3,.823,690 48,615,765
Net operating revenue ............................... 40,920.852 8.979,753 15,409,921 16,531,178 d 33.159 1,696,710 7.316,202 787,242 1,479,276 5,706,806 403.843 8.154,011
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ............. 76,542 34.578 6,210 35,754 731 8,944 24,903 35.754
Inoseoe from lease of carrier property--Oredit ......... 57,967 7,924 22,140 27,903 4,360 3.56 1,250 26,642 11
Net carrier operating inoose ........................ 40,902,277 8,953,099 15,425,851 16.523,327 d 33.890 1,692,126 7,294,863 788,492 1,479,276 5,697,694 403,843 8,154,022
OTHER INCOME
Net income from nonoarrier operations ................... d 76.183 d 1.9 A 4,261 d 2.447 698 1,503 122.746 46,982
Net inoome from nonoperating property .................. 66,028 9,5 60, 79 13,426 89 748 5,472 1,158 5,160
Interest income .................................... .... 491,030 158,87 120,855 211,688 2 43,209 11279 1,427 19.570 83,290 4,324 103,077
Dividend inoome ....................................... 372,489 11, 438 88.237 272,814 96 32 11,310 208,839 10,000 53,975
Inooe from sinking and other funds .................... 341,983 94,171 52,474 195.338 248 30.663 63,260 12,302 10,967 14,770 157,299
Other nonoperating income .............................. 305,874 114,654 170,566 20,654 36,917 17,828 59,909 15,111 4,070 3 1,470
Total other incame .................................. 1,501,221 386.533 427,776 686,912 39,043 105,856 241,634 29,484 31,285 242,693 62,467 320,981
Gross incomose ........................................ 42,403,498 9.339,632 15,853,627 17,210,239 5,153 1,797.982 7.536,497 817,976 1,510,561 5,940,.389 466.310 8,475,003
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on lons-tern obligations ...................... 1,500,941 771,085 270,625 4P9.231 79.773 249,465 441,847 25,479 84,725 274,886 24,037 50o,104
Other interest deductions ............................. 116.547 64,096 32,625 19,826 15,767 41.312 7,017 608 1,196 10,825 1,023 6,174
Tazes assumed on interest .............................. 50 50 50
Aaortization of debt discount and expense .............. 17,879 9,242 504 8,133 7 186 9,049 260 6,810 1,063
Amortization of premium on debt--Oredit ................-
Other deductions ........................................ 310,312 92,972 59,051 158,289 36,722 21,422 34,828 5,049 5,980 106,303 1,591 39,366
Total inome deduoti4ns ............................. 1,945.729 937,445 362,805 645.479 132,269 312,435 492,741 31,136 92,161 398,824 26,651 96,707
Net inoame before Income taxes ...................... 40,457,769 8,402,187 15,490,822 16.564,760 d 127.116 1.485.547 7,043.756 786,840 1,418,400 5,541.565 439.659 8,378,296
Provision for income taxes I/ .......................... 22.352,019 5,555,808 8,618,540 8,177,671 25,242 943,093 4,587,473 402,319 861,772 2,697,988 196.521 4,019,071
Net Inooa.e .......................................... 18,105.750 2,846.379 6,872,282 8.387,089 d 152.958 542,454 2,456,283 384,521 556,628 2,843,577 243.138 4,359,225
Operating ratio 1/ .......................... percentt) 89.63 93.37 84.59 89.62 100.40 96.33 90.95 94.44 92.19 91.24 90.45 85.64
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Dividends .............................................. $10,142,401 $2,221,121 $2.555,367 $5,365,913 $3,992 $411,055 $1,806,074 $56.247 $150,011 $2,040,070 $162,710 $2.956,875
Withdrawal ............................................ 17. 590,942 51,786 11. 734,000 5,805,156 1,786 50,000 5.700,000 105,156
Total dividends and withdrawals ..................... 27,733.343 2,272,907 14,289,367 11,171,o69 5.778 411,055 1,856,074 56,247 5,850,011 2.145,226 162,710 2,956,875

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





60 STATISTICS Or CLASS I MOTOR A-RI-RS OF PASSENGER OR TuE YEAR OED DECEMBER 31, 1953-TABLE 38.-OPERATING REVENUES CARRIERS or PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


It All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N S
ItitcR d5~i5 districtt region district New Middle %pal
England Atlanti G. entra T Northwestern Mid-Wetern Southwester~n Ro Pacific

Number of carriers represented ..................... 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 8 11
Passenger revenue .................................. 0351,790,580 $121,215,816 $89,293,472 $141,281,292 $6,982,206 $41,243,060 $72,990,550 #11,955,974 416,842,142 $ 7.587,321 ,552,370 $51,343, 485
special bus reven ue ................................ 21.990,768 9, ,714 4,436,572 8,239,482 1,067,564 3,841,196 4,405,94 1,393,229 1,031,205 3,275 298 37,209 2.20
Bagag reo eee e .....................133,5,9 3720 222 1
agae revenue ....................*. ..* 134,398 54,533 48,552 31,313 587 40,901 13,045 1,348 4,099 9,02 216 16,14
Kali revenue ....................................... 967,539 117,126 151,516 698,897 1,192 5,603 110,331 15,131 5,210 407,320 38,514 232 722
Express revenue .................................... 11,915,955 2,6146,410 3,689,481 5,580,064 80,825 5142,085 2,023,500 511,787 580,510 2,334,752 228,90 1,924,5
Newspaper revenue ..................... *............. 1,473,315 375,091 370,329 727,895 18,00# 66,150 290.937 67133 148606 298,915 3,865 279 3?6
Miscellaneous station revenue ...................... 4... 4,569,039 1,252,180 1,409,181 1,907,678 44,916 288,638 918,626 19413 363,661 723 254 32,26 5914 087
Other operating revenue ........................... 1,720,381 405,999 573,833 740,549 59,381 217,582 129,036 24369 57,792 476,890 4,502 176,992
Total operating revenues ....................... 3914,561,975 135,381,869 99,972,936 159,207,170 8,254,675 16,245,215 80,881,979 14,163,384 18,933,225 65,113,252 4,227,533 56,769,776








TABLE 39.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western REGI 0 N 8
districts district region district New AiIddl Rocky
dEngland t 4o Central Northwestern Kid-Western Southwestern o n Pacif c

Number of carriers represented ..................... 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 8 11
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes .............. $12,1401 7 $3,612,183 $3,572,795 $4,955,159 $242,601 $1,174,795 $2,194,787 $401 ,903 $487,288 $2,263,139 $136,02 $1,666,533
Vehicle license and registration fees ........... 10,766,6514 2,245,095 3,624,870 4,896,689 136,191 531,121 1,577,783 349,192 594,780 2,025,923 13326 1,793,168
Real estate and personal property taxes ......... 2,865,169 806,821 766,845 1,291,503 64,053 174,000 568,768 138,67 156,278 498,682 448 453,048
Sootal security taxes ............ ...........****** 3,057,412 1,198.997 650,958 1,207,457 115,796 448,377 634 ,824 104,906 137,873 523,3535 960 4112,36304
Other taxes ..................................... 2,661,370 1,021,098 590,327 1,049,945 39,926 626,549 354,623 ,217 94 ,332 349,222 36,335 525,839
Total operating taxes and licenses ........ 31,490,742 8,884,194 9,205,795 13,400,753 598,567 2,954,842 5,330,785 1,038,865 1,470,551 5,660,315 380,071 4,850.951
Provision for income taxes: /
Federal income taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ........................ 21,123,577 5,189,934 7,980,488 7,953,155 23,434 889,283 4277,217 389,545 836,592 2,577,452 187,591 3,961,975
Excess profits tax ........................... 588,264 242,100 303,000 43,164 26,100 216,000 43,164
Total federal inoome taxes ................ 21,711,841 5,432,034 8,283,1488 7,996,319 23,434 915,383 4,1493,217 389,545 836,592 2,620,616 187,591 3,961,975
State income taxes .............................. 640,178 123,774 335,052 181,352 1,808 27,710 94,256 12,774 25,180 77,372 8,930 57,096
Other income taxes ..............................Total provision for inoome taxes .......... 22,352,019 5,555,808 8,618,540 8,177,671 25,242 943,093 4,587,473 402,319 861,772 2,697,988 196,521 4.019,071
Total taxes ............................... 53,842,761 14,440,002 17,824,335 21,578,424 623,809 3,897,935 9,918,258 11441,184 2,332,323 8,358,303 576,592 8,870,022

/oess not tIncluade nease taxes applioable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS 1FOR THE YEAR EDED DB OBER 31, 1953 61

TABLE 40.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITE SERVICE
Br DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western REG I 0 N 8
Item distriots district region district CNow l entral Northwestern Mid-Western Southvestern RPaciti

Number of carriers represented ....* ............. 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 11
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage .................... $3,772,782 $1,569,260 $947,631 $1,255.891 $105,211 $553,082 $910.967 97.344 $170,849 $631,617 $53,541 $302,540
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ............. 274,099 86,532 66,381 121,186 3,133 23,509 59,890 10,228 17,803 39,158 626 53 371
Operation and maintenance of service equipment .... 202,415 72, 86 52 862 77,067 8,822 38,137 25527 3,589 15,395 33,599 1,979 223505
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds 643,542 208,873 110,616 324,053 14,192 77,483 117,198 7,917 25,076 67,037 5,416 218 ,607
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 1,290,895 59,322 263,793 432780 62,084 224,715 307,523 70,14 6 846 188,683 23,16 84573
Other shop and garage expenses .................... 5,356,694 1, 794:,645 115,948 2,16,101 95,303 440,967 1.258,375 261,761 26 119 782,.590 19,286 817,345
Repair to revenue equipment ........................ 39,015,122 13,918,389 8894 444 16,202,289 807,977 4,643,375 8,467,07 1,367,129 1,81, 491 7,346,317 359,21 5315 111
Servicing of revenue equipment .................... 8 671,761 3,47.583 1:833 428 3,290.750 251.666 1,392.375 1,903,2 349,994 650 1358,326 120,796 1,039
Tires and tubes-Revenue equipment ................. 8 835 293 2,788,316 2.513,091 3,533,886 200,284 1,025,381 1,562 651 313,978 41 960 1,538.999 102,529 1,161.20
Joint garage expense--Debit ....................... 1,906,763 1,215,903 477,341 213.519 34,810 109,654 1,071 639 56,031 17 191 95,736 44 561
Joint garage expense-Credit ...................... 1,252,220 647,545 418,518 186,157 64,223 170,135 413,187 9,926 8,421 79,643 88,167
Total equipment maintenance and garage ......... 68,717,146 25,148,764 16,157,017 27,411,365 1,519,259 8,358,343 15,271,162 2,528,559 3,247,959 12,002,419 686,578 8,945,850
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Supervision of transportation ..................... 8,302,807 3,159,969 1,783,744 3,359,094 177.251 1,067,692 1,915,026 339,520 505,465 1,171,685 52,754 1,289,670
Drivers' wages and bonuses ........................ 85,696,839 30,754,412 19,013,941 35,928,486 2,044,929 10,794,633 17,914 ,850 3,270,181 4,140,242 13,870,467 846,42 13,801,170
Fuel for revenue equipment ....................... 19.739,551 6,878,243 4,937,151 7,924,157 463,735 2,.555,156 3,859,352 706,072 930,989 3,506,501 238,112 2,542,483
Oil for revenue equipment ......................... 1,066,665 385,394 257,038 424,233 31,454 142,280 211,660 33,327 59,463 188,892 1,598 127,953
Purchased transportation .......................... 1,919,714 1,411,524 382,686 125,504 24,094 1,214,636 172,794 13,658 30,847 53,175 S,924 21,900
Road expense ..................................... 18,578 15,633 2,925 20 14 8,531 7,088 20
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry: tolls .................. 2,817,077 1,969,026 432,130 415,921 79,607 1,210,382 679,037 4,26 3,700 80,5 ,981 322,452
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees ... 195,616 71,568 85,567 38 ,481 23,537 9,166 38,865 38,334 147
Other transportation expenses *..................... .4,759,464 2,118,851 1,103,635 1,536 ,978 116,576 751,001 1,251,274 183,919 187,787 592,176 44,310 528,786
Total transportation ........................... 124,516,311 46,764,620 27,998,817 49,752,874 2,961,197 17,753,477 26,049,946 4,550,920 5,858,493 19,501,775 1,207,232 18,634,434
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and commissilons ............................ 18,877,592 4,985,345 5,244,605 8,647,642 230,225 1,605,762 3,149,358 716,532 1,121,413 3,402,582 229,354 3,177,761
Supplies and expenses ............................ 2,108,809 576,390 517,221 1,015,198 29,952 197,279 349,159 99,687 101324 453 27 26,780 31 980
Repair to station buildings and equipment ........ 779,248 139,910 170880 858 1 488 4 ,517 88905 26,0 20 571 699 99 745
Commissions paid .................................. 16,804,416 5,741,154 4,067,380 6,995 880 465,144 1,93,531 3.341, 479 689,979 840,685 2,797 ,41782 692 .982
4 39910 .170,0 3 151 1905 2,9 178,2,88,982
Other expenses allowed............................ 267,i96 109,798 50,597 106 801 7,093 63,887 38,818 819 6,258 57,33 468 41,823
Interline commissions paid ........................ 8,939,995 2,252,988 2,842,631 3,8,376 116,416 406,196 1,730,376 274,017 583,104 2,113,029 122,471 751,755
Interline commissions enamrned--Credit .............. 8,721,064 2,608,878 2,539,355 3,572 831 183,108 569,334 1,856,436 235,508 362,317 1,799,714 139,464 1,035,828
Collection and delivery ........................... 1 1
Purchaosed collection and delivery ................. 13 ,949 4 412 1,863 7,674 4412 2,740 4,431 503
Joint station facilities--Debit ..................... 8,247,740 3,670,861 2,168,586 2,400,293 .65 w44 357,082 3,148,335 249,967 351,966 1,379,627 106,350 320,383
Joint station facilities-Credit .................. 3,621,801 1,084,413 1,268,142 1,269 .246 66492 142,569 875,352 142,376 129,882 760,075 30,882 206,031
Total station ................................... 43,696,079 13,787,567 11,255,867 18,652,645 766,162 3,906,763 9,114,642 1,679,151 2,533,122 7,716,540 501,759 6,222,07)
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses ............................ .,814,923 1,405,792 743,874 1,665,257 131,521 315,554 958,717 221,716 296,778 587595 21,256 537,912
Tariffs and schedules ............................. 1,397,762 582,28 256,294 9,220 41,826 148,939 391,483 69,843 70,370 260,750 23,194 15,063
Tickets and baggage chesoks ........................ 1,125,714 370,283 272,112 8,319 22,276 157,818 190,191 43,576 29,bo2 18,679 10,070 21,592
Other traffic expenses ............................ 918,648 257,846 208, 411 452,391 2,4 566 50,986 182,294 52,600 35,225 219 521 9,959 135,086
Advertising...................................... 6,806,758 2,233,866 1,542,844 3,030,048 117,183 622,322 1,494.361 347,278 373,366 978,965 26, 531 1,303,908
Total traffic, solicitation, and advertising ... 14,063,805 4,850,035 3,023,535 6,190,235 337,370 1,295,619 3,217,046 735,013 805,141 2,231,510 81,010 2,337,561
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE
Balaries and expenses-Insuranoe and safety ....... 1,7,06 600.394 563,126 683 3 3422 129 283 437,689 105,721 67 017 274,792 517 25,96
Public iability and property damage insurano* 5,326,874 2,421,031 1,130,.356 1,775,87 264,080 1,48,477 708,:74 75,090 169,334 1,079,796 109,680 341,587
InJuries and damages .............................. 5,186,772 2,010,528 1,061,177 2,135,067 103.569 371,051 1,535,908 281,039 284,078 573,256 151 996,
Workmen's compensation-Insurance ................ 817,856 365,159 141,239 311,458 39,629 17,195 151,.535 4,920 43 ,261 179,666 10,183
Workmen's coapensation-Selt insurer ............. 160,825 36,037 46,820 77,968 760 35,277 2,000 1,322 4,646 -4000
Baggage and express insurano. ...........* .... 3,532 2,818 430 284 70 1902 212 92 142 50
Baggage and express loss and damage ............. 162,197 41,016 48,488 72,693 1,896 10,071 29,049 6,051 7,781 33,271 2,021 23,569
Fire and theft insurance ............... ...... 704,097 279,618 154,819 269,860 29,318 131,29 118,806 13,039 19,131 148,138 32,56 57,038
Other insurance ............................ ...... 411,426 152,657 99,477 159,292 17,000 62,044 73,613 6,721 23,950 93,433 14 347 20,51
Total insurance and safety ,.................... 140,620642 5909,058 3,225,2 5,85,652 489,418 2,329,077 3,090,563 516,581 615,966 2,387,140 169,413 1,796,.532





62 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1953

TABLE 40.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western REGI 0 N 8
Item districts district region district New MiddleN
---England Atlantio Central Northwetern Mid-Western Southwestern o Paific
AMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general officers .................... .4,129,507 $1,897,407 $850,026 $1,382,074 $161,124 $996,687 $739, 96 $103,160 $156,174 $712,552 $114 ,249 $295,939
Expenses of general officers .................... 605,576 2 47,1418 114,448 243,710 45,690 108,948 92,780 11,865 25,320 131,577 20,634 51,314
Salaries of general offtie employees ........... 9,428,113 3,437,450 2,275,582 3,715,081 248,493 1,252,668 1,936,289 430,227 442,226 1,579,975 132,060 1,130 593
Expenses f general Offtee employees ............ 131,279 4,611 35,227 49, 441 1,987 15,582 29,042 5,15 2,617 20,535 2,223 18,651
Law expenses ................................... 9,258 383,890 295,206 317,162 36,088 195,799 152,003 30,665 17,845 186,83 6,226 75573
General office supplies and expenses ............ 2,046,716 668895 5 382 932,439 40320 2011403 427 172 82,618 70 ,512 33229 14,212 4 32848
Communication service ........................... 2,091 440 762,924 460845 867,671 62 085 213 318 487,521 116,944 96770 339911 25,661 288,385
Outside auditing expenses ....................... 338 270 143599 78,908 115,763 11 089 87 950 44560 5,513 18,167 6 013 7,559 23,511
Employees' welfare expenses....................... 5,001 945 1,488, 482 1,469,132 2,044,331 111,499 424,221 952,762 2614,188 35 ,174 1496,:401 2,318 923,250
Purchasing and store expenses ................... 234,205 36,362 43,156 154,687 10,537 8,568 17,257 2,753 17 093 123 693" 11,14
Other general expenses .......................... 975,013 340,278 234,190 400,545 26,791 143,693 169,794 65,396 49,041 157,222 9,117 119,769
Management and supervision fees and expenses .... 148,251 91,213 48,4 01 8,637 213 20,951 70,049 1,879 600 6,158
Franohise requirements--Debit ................... 6,237 5,513 721 5,513 224 500
Franchise requirements-Credit ....................
Other regulatory commission expenses ............ 288 461 117, 414 47,544 123.503 16,547 71,326 29,541 9,892 37,276 198 7613
Unoollootible revenues .......................... 113,584 48,708 1,021 33,85 5 8648,770 9,074 ?,500 1,85 16, 6 890 7,6
Joint operating expense--Debit ............1,886,0140 485,188 380,9144 1,019,908 44 34 58 ,37 382, 488 7540 097 65,531 254 25 ,09
Joint operating exnense-0redit ................. 98:,249 2146,993 82,256 655,000 33,18 5,641 158,168 4,018 3,977 633,630 1375,6
Total administrative and general ............. 27,436,646 9,954,359 6,727,756 10,754,531 784,486 3,758,113 5,411,760 1,202,645 1,333,781 4,183,996 336,101 3,698,008
Grand total .................................. 293,050,629 106,414,4 03 68,388,924 118,247,302 6,857,892 37,401,392 62,155,119 11,212,869 14,394, 462 48,023,380 2,982.113 41,634,478








TABLE 41.-DEPRECIATION EXPENSE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 5
districts district region district New Middle
dist t dEngland Atlantiso Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Moun in Paotifio

Number of carriers represented .................. 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 8 11
Depreciation of estruotures ...................... $1,437,964 $501,999 $373,982 *561,983 $23,163 $123,398 *355,438 $40,734 79,131 $159,378 $20,218 $262,522
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight .......................................Passenger....................................... 22,0,47 11 7,567,315 5,480,078 8,999,724 675,771 2,644,1 421 4,247,123 787,117 1,227,231 4,239,942 268,878 2,4?6,556
Combination ................................... 91,996 91,996 91,996
Depreciation of service cars and equipment ....... 372915 144,467 94,155 134 293 18,048 66,415 60 004 11 945 20,1426 57,385 6,517 38 020
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment ........ ,57 146,706 92,618 1492 0 7,54 :30 89,632 13,921 1511,20 346 0,
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment 21,952 136,623 125,552 62 92,66 23,032 14,1387 23,12 1497 ,N;5
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment .......... 10,283 4996 16,615 7 072 3,00 10,914 35 642 1,353 4138 23129 49 955
erection of improvements to leasehold property 750,063 164431 191,539 394,093 11,526 72,777 80,128 41,830 35,899 230,864 1,085 84,415
Depreciation of undistributed property .......... 500 500 -500 Soo
Total ......................................... 25,646,364 8,803,633 6,374,539 10,4 68,192 748,6534 3,093,646 4,961,333 919,932 1,396,343 4,851,960 305,227 2,994,730
Adjustmente--Credit .............................. 956,613 414,990 175,204 366,419 79,190 181,153 154,647 30,983 14,335 108,682 30,263 192,156
Grand total ...................................1 24,689,751 8,388,643 6,199,335 10.101,773 669,464 2,912,493 4,806,686 888,949 1,392,008 14,743,278 274,964 2,802,5714






STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 42.--REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE. DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS Cy PASENGRS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVlOE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953



All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N S
Item districts district region district New Middle C N K Rocky
___. England Atlantic Central Northwesten Mid-Western Southwestern i

Number of carriers represented ..................... 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 a
Equipment acquired during the year:
Busses Number of units ......................,06Q 360 228 4 2 8277 2301 3 5, 1957 1 591 190 26 $,5.2
Cost .......................... $27,,447550 $8,739,887 $6,758,120 $ll,949,53 29 132 179 $149,4 $.847,056 1258,412 910
Tractors Number of units ...............
Cost ...........................- "
Trailers Number of units ............... --
Cost .................. $51,043 $819 $65,698 18,766
Other equipment Cost .......................... $151,463 $85,283 315,137 _.0_89_,91,7 _0___8 _ ..... ....
Total cost of all equipment acquired .......... $27,599,013 $8,825,170 $6,773,257 $12,000,586 $683,592 $3,110,237 $5,031,341 $1,579.418 $1,424,252 04,893,594 $230,411 63.852,910
Equipment retired during the year:
Busses Number of units ............... 1,1459 600 364 495 63 244 293 69 45 217 42 122
Cost .......................... $16,335,389 $6,862,460 $3,960,344 $,512,585 $763, 87 $2,866,277 $3,232,596 $362,480 $606,678 $2,926,387 $353.44 $1263,606
Tractors Number of units ...............
cost ..........................-.......
Trailers Number of units ............... -- ....
Cost .......................... .- -, ,
Other equipment Cost .......................... $751,894 $260,225 $211,44 $280,225 $11,578 $36,787 $211,860 1$193,10

Total cost of all equipment retired 1/ ....... $17,087,283 $7,122,0685. $4,171,788 $5,792,810 775.,165 $2,903,064 $3,444,456 $362,480 $606,678 $3,013,504 $35, 43 4 1,456,714
Equipment owned at close of year:
Busses Number of units ............... 12,940 4,643 3,232 5,065 341 1,687 .52,615 513 560 2,229 203 1,560
Cost .......................... : $252,136,111 $86,136,620 $65,837,608 #100,161,883 $6,271,833 $28,335,898 $51,528,889 $9,947,981 $12,#471,695 042,305,151 $2,451,135 432,985,921
Tractors Number of units -..............
Cost ..........................
Trailers Number of unite ...............- Cost ..........................
Other equipment Cost ..........................$1,342,141 #496,815 $159,106 $686,220 1 #40,520 1 $254,695 1 $201,600 $15,035 $9,987 #97,448 1 $7,589 $156,161
Total oost of all equipment owned ............ $253,478,252 $86,633,435 $65,996,714 $100,848,103 $6,312,353 1$28590,593 1$51,730,489 $9,963,016 1$12,481,682 $42,802,599 1 $2,458,724 $33,142,082

1/ See footnote No. 1 to table 36.





64 8TATI2TIOB 9OR GLASS I MOTORO 000818802 0r pA8OKUOM, FOR ME8 YEAR0 8808 OvEMfBX 31, 1953
TABLE 43..-EP.0T808 AVERAGE MURDER,. TOTAL 000788228.AT ND XB 020 AE O OnIO8ATIOU HE 0468888
CARRIERS 0F PASSENGERS 02206080 IN 00728017 8ERVICE
BY DISTRICT AMD 020100, 193


All., ditit aasnurn district outher region vets flint.,. NO 0fl 9..MdleAlnicrgo
Ola.0,Itloatio f *play.a.. Ni .1 Total A,-, Ars Toa Avog A . Tot; Toa renn AV rO Total O2O ,. ~ ~ ~ ;:~ '~ ~ p99041
of~ ors number~ o or t. o1 n of o n. 0000 ~ bot ore Tg ~t.1
::Pn000a, number hour nafln,, cuo o r 890
I ., fo, a loon 0 o
Emb~er of carriers ,.prno ......... 161 76 32 33 10 35
.........2 D 2 ''1 """ 00.002 2 6 23 :4 $ 8 1 619 0
wooolo2 coludliog -k2210 to".~20 3,69 222Ojl 0 8086Z.10 1.93 4,684 4 74,63 4,03 131 2902 20:.o2j423806233 5!7.S7 1010,'8.46 33 31.21 6,88 ,106661.34.0z71j 54~7
Oob1. (100350..011po.. 2 ,3.8 2.79,:88 3,6 1 39 4 1,0709 3.461 233 14,7 79,9 3,17 60338 497,01 314938 1814 030 3,3370 665 '53 N 2 14 '10,'3 3"44
employee00 ... ... 2 1.2 368 3672.040 6.41. 4623. ,3001 26 ,1 6 1.4,7 4,10 49 19, 2 ,617,708 146
Tooaprnto: 843 9.3,68 8632.2 ~:9 17,233 01~ 38,688 20 2.3805 19,4901 6,3 7,332 1342.8 1~,64 33 73:22 1., 010,809 2 34
...t2 8 32 .3024 492709 3.,4,03 2,60 28 ?8 2,317 3.8 1 .11 10.933j 3.22
O8her0 (Includin0g oloxil 0 0 38 822.3802 117?9,12 388 1 7.33 399,38 2,9 12 27662 39378 3,242 27111,71 2,03 5,3181 538

0th ........2 82..,.7..4 7,... 322..4.23.,9 7,48...0.1 7.3.4 LS 1 179 986138316 2, 28 1,3 7 .83 ,8 2 369 .33s27232963, 88 78, 24 8.08 84Z00080 00 ,26 311
389r10y . 241 27,484 1.448,90236.012 1029 278,31 399, 3,66 21 17382 39,630 6,27 88 27,033 386,7 63,267 2 3 11 145,3 23,35 26 7.826 0131,997 38
BOlPitoo ompoo i...........2 14 1200 8660,496 4,98 331 17.02 9 .913,4 3,381 26g 7,2$2,7I,3 3 27136 201 3.7 351 ,8 802 42
Ot..(onolgo1o3a apoo 32 6034 8,0 310 12 138974429,333 2,81 6 13162 206 3,0 14 231,3 8 6, 4627 6832 9 2,796 26,678 2,964 0 412130 159.468 3,478 tea. ..2............ 2 2 259,986 6368,782 62 46 11.0168 20,8?37 ,6133 30o 8.3 18,4 602061 23,3763326 17.618 8,0 10 3.4 30983909
Ad3.ra tlr anf0001
O~to..0005adp~~. .... 37 111,322 46 1,44089 1,7 16 3,83 206.066lz 2861 5 4 11,369 80 22,18 3 9,6308 11.267 121 23,934 1,4 179 11.7 17 3,482 1 2 10:5 ,123 81 24,074 1301899 12,077
C101U................... 3,10 6,223w 9.430 3,008 0 6 2 0189968 9 3.6,9 2.962 69 137,903 224,013 0 1917 2774 3611 303 87 14.69 9373 2,323 310 75,2 29831 ,7
982,.. . . 12 39.5 907 4,343 64 17.349 3904,7 4,7391 45 89,62 216,049 3.802 3 1 01,601 32,33486927 1. 2.0 6.77 2 6, 772,64 11 19,131 474 1 43
& oto--ay .................. 3, 07 96,83 18.68 6.7 1.17 33,86 7.4 839 6,33 70 20646 .128,377 3,848 1,19 33930 72313 395 39 243 1.8 .70 1.24, 3 ,,382 657398
Tot1--Mouomly tasla. .mpoee)...6 9 9,687224,0 1 95,163 346 12,3 27,73.77 3143,40 4,04 9,0 1 6,772,80 34396,03 3,802 13,1 952. 10,9 6 3,348 3 548 89 2,017 ,0122 3.8307 4,0 10,8,09 17,3.03 2,888
office-, -a"lo Andt..o~ pa0tn00 ............ D.lo 3??4. ill10 4o~ so0l 22lo 24.0 tho 1050,81 .0 ?

___........................_8_ __59__ 4alo 0 10 tl 890 2.0100 0018.51828 7880L16L ,_____ 0.030, 68a.U. ..0L8L .3 :0 U1812l ..860..10 800
397,738 ,f za,1r 137,529to 31 26.53 8 910 2,3 ,6 .6 7 "29 111 4,4 ,4
2819.08 -DI basilt.e ....an :0602080,8 9 3 ,23 833.7 95.3 10 :9 3,1316
916o1 . 13 4.7631 186834 86,092 1 27 50:86 7 419 86.3 7 7763 816,3 4 81 98 323 0 7 2.76,319 46.91
000, (0008,0 0,200 09l700)82 44938 1233 73 23 ,73 ,123 9 3,7 117 23221 347. 822,973 439 99,07 1. 7 1 8 2.6 41 9391 11,8 6 77291.2.3
T~aop,.?tlo,.83 3 16,37 060 3,1 2,83 2,08 0 3,2 12 27823 15378 3,1 50 1294 21.38 .17694,3532073 3,6
O~palory.ais..... 0 219 9687,323 1.47.3,0 1631 03 4 127, 23,2 .2 1 2. 13.'7053.82 18 0#9 37633 91413 5,8 109 2 3 .13.44,07 4.463 963598.7
Orb... ,/. ... ... ... ... ... .886 8.29.68 1,13 49 :66 62 1.23,68 3261909 3.86 81 1087399 ,09.47 3,14 .99 6,90,28 4.33.26 4.84 87 80,78 42,07 .308 2,74 6098912 13,34.01 .07
000.20 0010605 pCentralaporegio101 21.017 32,286 3e11o13 33.820 3,273 ,332gio33,49u33,849 2,992 8e83,31 110,09 8Mounta39n 48 56 116,40 189,27 3.02
-a tadrg te. WlToaoLSo. oa
710200 OfflOO 0 ,0 tor mloyees 0.9107.0 221 468,88 77,0 3,314l 60be 8b8 number r,26 2oa 88S 26,323a 360.14 4,9 Toa 1,"6 0 4,078 67 1,61-402 I,8
Bup.,.oiaoo~~~~~~y It.yo . .8 6 2.3 4769 433~ ,1 5,7 I .2 j "T 3om3 I6.7 I.,. 3.65

Member o sr. .peetd ........ 3 118 31.0 3,3 16 4.18406 321 2 ,2 0 510 3 ,3 2,.O .8
s0..ups" 030 110 01703 3 4 1328 386 3.2 2 333 1 7 971 36.8183 1 2 3,77603 2. ,26 3 43 9883 1,2 8,76 -0 3.3 813 2107 36391
0c o ludig 10,1:0 .o1 321 6333 Il96 l 3,33 32,79 61362 ,0 3 3?7, 9.2 3,1 124 23.03 3.9 3,02 1- 3 -49180
1.2~0atT 00280 800.1 6680'1 o 410 o 4 0 20,3 6 7887 82 100 22 .5,708 82 3 490
"i. pyvo.... ...... an .............. 7 2.2 1.3 20389 9 10,6 116 12 23,31 136,1 73 4 1:51126. 4,031 13.6983 .19 36 277j 1,327
0t0 ~ . . . .3 116738 2003 .0 10,797 190 381 87 1764 3276 4,9 61 3,490 263.79 ,1 3 2 1294 365 30 3,657
TOtr ala13y cleicl. .yes)... 68 201,983 4 79,854 6,141 84 23,9 6,93 3 .423 6,8 817 2 3,20 1.103,610 6,097 324 164,32 3,701 3,86 50 1,8 26386 6,577 3624,8 20 93 5,86 =T ovo~y a............... 7,3 16 3.3 30. 800 49 1,0 12.88.4 32,9.1 5.372 171 362,:36 73 0 4,35.31 1 ,394,3 23,01,2923 ,09 397 63 1 3 73,0 3,6741,23.3 23,63906 518?
ot8;Tk. g 82. 000 30060 3.261,909 5: .501.0 00880 b" 0400.9,: ..1850. tO 99-fr 12,400 To..oof7t2: .00.
700812 32 doloa' 8b0090.0.pre 2, a2 dolly: Waln 13,00.0..0 r ~ot8000027t







STATISTICS OF CLASS I ROTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 65

TABLE 44.--OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTEROITY SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


It All Eastern Southern Western REGI 0 NS
district* district region district m *Central Northwestern Mid-eatern Soutbwestme a Paiei

Number of carriers represented ......................... 161 76 32 53 10 35 31 3 5 26 a 11
Average number of passenger vehicles in interoity revenue
service:
Owned equipment:
In operation ......................................... 1 3,009 2,408 3 76 290 11423 159 926
Undergoing repairs .............................. 60 195 183 223 21 68 0 4 0 104 6d
Stand-by .......................................... 2,175 872 486 817 34 199 639 161 86 z48 41 381
Leased equipment In operation .................... ...1372 356 276 740 28 137 171 t 12 602 5S 69
Purobaed transportation In operation ............. 19 74 31 14 5 9 2 3 3 1 5
Total interoity vehicles .......................... .13,372 4,506 3,384 5.482 378 1,626 2.502 523 577 2,770 263 1,349
Number of revenue busses owned at close of year:
Interoty operation ..................................... 11,983 4,026 3.195 4,762 332 1,411 2,281 513 560 2,19820 129
Local operation ........................................957 617 37 303 9 271 "34 311 a
Total number of revenue busses owned ................. 12,940 4,643 3.232 3,065 341 1,687 2,615 513 560 2.229 203 1,560
Sus-miles operated in revenue service (with load and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Busses operated-Intereity service (regular routes) 762,335,943 237,251,355 200,144,948 324,939,640 16.210,808 68.360,608 152,679, 9 31.346,977 43,121,987 141,259,326 8,002,537 101,208,813
-Local service ....................... 35.521,059 18,943,555 1,893,797 14,683.732 654,41) 8,736,537 9,552,605 1,099,057 13,626 13.371,049
erv o r............................ 46,745,899 17.336,671 10.119.368 19,289,860 2,442,616 6,570,492 8,323,563 3,274,09? 2,527,222 7,944,906 829,849 4.713,786
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggage, mail,
express, And/or newspaper service ................. 2,150,865 102,114 325.584 1.723,167 102,114 1,723,167
Total Owned Vehicles ........................ 846,753,791 273,633,695 212,483,697 360,636,399 19.307,837 83,667.637 170,658,221 34,621,074 45,649,209 152,026,456 8,846,012 119,493,648
Leaed v hic ec?
euses operated-Interolty service (regular mutes) 114,606,675 28,422,409 31,218,511 54,965,755 2,027.246 9,478,916 16,916,247 1.853,750 1,167,319 38,341,165 2,006,801 11,9,0
-LOcal service ...........................5,629,192 4,592,009) 1,037,183 78,320 3,660,714 852.973 1,1037,183
-Charter, sightseeing and other special
arioe ............................ 1,406,460 1,023,770 6,643 376,047 8,064 479,353 536.353 9.863 58,996 233,581 4.633 68,974
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ................. 4,102 4.102 4,102
Total Leased Vehicles ........................ 121,646,429 34,042,290 31,225,154 56,378,985 2,113,630 13,618,983 18,309,677 1,863,613 1,226,315 38,574,746 2,011,434 12,702,877
Purchased transportation: _____Busses operatid-Intercity service (regular routes).... 5,444,214 3.558,461 1,370.324 515,429 16,636 2,664,166 877,659 57,592 103,704 234.736 10,024 109.373
-loaGl service ..............................20,735 20.735 20.735
-Charter, sighteesiog and other special
servi o.......................... 541,717 493,598 1,501 46,618 28,527 387,018 78,053 2,069 16,262 20,785 1,771 5,731
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ................. 27,000 27,000 27,000
Total Purchased Transportation .............. 6,033.666 4,052.059 1,371,825 609,782 45.163 3,051,184 955,712 59,661 119,966 255,521 11,795 162,839
Grand total bus-miles .......................... 974.433,886 311,728,044 245,080,676 417,625,166 21.466,630 100,337,804 189,923,610 36,544.348 46,995.490 190,856,723 10,869,241 132,359,364
Passengers carried, revenue:
sntsrcity regularr route) **............ ........... 266,743,321 106,986,99 78,668,168 81,088,254 6,077,81 49 192,807 51,716,311 8,276,161 8,851,232 37,074.560 1,953,615 24,932,686
Local (excluding transfers) .................::...............72,821,814 47,867,566 2,224,118 22,730,130 1,688,484 23,411.589 22,767,171 1,474,175 18.023 21,3,2
C t"\. : an tespeari ee passenger :10,537,570 6,710,759 1,301,620 2,525,191 772,188 3,299.755 2.638,81 361,998 236,876 779,823 99,83 1,0,56
Total number of revenue passengers carried ........... 350,102,705 161,565,224 82,193,906 106.343,575 8.538.373 75.904,151 77.122,700 8,638,159 9,088,108 39,328,558 2,071,476 47.217,274
Intercity passengers carried free (Including employees) .... 740,143 214.926 168,423 356,794 12,206 97,062 105,658 24,177 9,267 223,441 5,635 94,274
Total mber of passengers carried ...................... 350,842,848 161,780,150 82,362,329 106,700,369 8.550,579 76,001,213 77,228,358 8,662.336 9,097,375 39,551,999 2,077,111 47,311,548
Passeonger-iles Regular roote intercity .................. 16,182,853,652 4,824,744,653 4,409,354,920 6,948,754,079 289,824,914 1,418,410,355 3.116.509,384 596,680,341 890,092,073 2.913,503,501 145,224.255 2)40),253,909
Passenger revenuel
Intercity service Regular route ....................... 331,626,320 $108,442,930 $88.835,817 $134,347,573 $6,762,752 $33,762,615 $67,917,563 $11,955,974 $16.842,142 857,249,822 $3,549,670 $44,749,965
Loa service............................................. 20,164,260 12,772,886 457,655 6,933,719 219,454 7,480,445 5072,987 337,499 ,700 6,59),520
Charter, sIghtseeing and other special service 21,990,76 9,1.1 4,3,7 8,8.8 ,6,8 ,41,.196 ,4,54 1,393,229 10,25 37,98 3209 2,202,541
Total ................................................ 373,781.348 130,530,530 93,730,044 149,520,774 8,049,770 45,084,256 77,396,504 13,349,203 17,873.347 60,862,619 3.889.579 53,546,026
Total expenses (Including depreciation and operating taxes
and rents) .............................................. 353,641.k23 126,402,116 84,563.015 142,675,992 8,287,834 44,546,505 73.565.777 13,376,142 17,453,949 59,406,446 3.823,690 48,615,765
AVERAGES
Bus-miles per owned and leased vehicle per annual
ntercity service (regular route*) ...................... 66,169 59,944 69,002 69,478 48,896 49.706 68,029 63,725 77,159 64,908 38,204 83.933
Revenue per passenger per carrIer?
lntervne y service (regular route) ....................... $1.243 $1.014 $1.129 1.657 $1.11 #0.686 *1.313 $1.445 61.903 $1.344 $1.817 1.795
"al service .......................................... .27? .0267 .206 .305 .131 .028 .228 --0022* *0 .0186
Charter, sightseeing And Other special service ......2.087 1.188 3.409 3.263 1.783 1194 1:670 3.s49 4.333 4,200 3.3 8 5, 04
Passenger revenue per bus-oiles.' 8,39.7 31 349
Integrity service (regular route) ....................... 18. 403 6382 370 .602 898 607 10 3176 14 .196
LOcal service................................................. go .543 .242 :?10 63a 0 Io5
Chartser, sightseing and other special serve ...... .452 .494 .438 .418 4.5749.27.36.1.03:0
Passenger revenue per Intercity passenger-mleo....... .0205 .0225 .0201 .0193 .0233 .0238 .0218 .0200 .0189 .0196 .021 .0186

Per bus-miie--Tnterolty (avera&" load) 18.........i 18 19 18 16 18 1s 18 20 16 1421
Per passenger per oarrier--Interoity (average journey) ., 60.7 45.1 56.1 85,7 47.7 25.8 60.3 72.1 100.6 78.6 743 96.4
Expenses per bus-sil I/ ................................. $0.363 t0.405 $0.345 *0.342 $0.386 t0.444 t0.387 0.366 *0.371 t0.311 *0.352 4o.367

J/ Bawlc figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and local services; these expenses are not separable.
Comparisons of average revenue and expensesper bus-aile are therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the
local revenue Is a large part of the total revenue.





66 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECDIBER 31, 1953

TABLE 4 5.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DEOgEBXR 31, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E 1 0 N a
Item districts district region district now Middle
England Atlto Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern 0o n .... .
Number of carriers represented .............. 63 50 6 7 10 28 12- 2
ASSET SIDE
Current seats Total .............................. $18,606,776 $16,04 5,655 $1,757.318 $803,803 $4,4?9,876 $8.636,629 $2,9k9,150 *88,887 *714, 916
Tangible property:
Carrier operating property ....................... 128,780,718 116,217,370 10,114,042 2 449,306 26,196,936 78,671,651 11,348,783 605,792 1,843,514
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ........ 73:131,002 65.567,576 6,118,885 1 444,541 16,505,366 42,850,169 6,212,041 252,030 1,192,511
Met carrier operating property ................ 35,649,716 50,649,794 3.995,157 1,004,765 9,691,570 35,821,482 5,136,742 353,762 651,003
Carrier operating property leased to others ....
Reserve for depreciation and amortization
Nonoarrier property ...............................7,431,234 7,392,020 39,214 181,0 1,3,0 3,978,006 39,214
Reserve for depreciation and amortization ......3.. 3081,344 3,049,958 31,386 813 800,281 2,212,864 -31386
Nonoperatln property ........................... 3,966,563 3,071,263 895,300 24,042 2,884,757
Reserve for depreolation and amortization ........ 2,156,834 1,655,974 500,860 20 1,640,315 15,639
Total tangible property less reserve .......... 61,809,335 56,407,145 4,389,597 1,012,593 9,860,384 37,498,052 9,048,709 353,762 658,831
Intangible property:
Organization, franchises, permits and other ...... 9,759,848 9,157,505 525,953 76,390 254,373 8,294,906 608,226 40,590 35,800
Reserve for amortization ......................... 3,139,013 3,113,037 20,976 5,000 6,794 2,929,677 176,566 5,000
Total intangible property les reserve ........ 6,620,835 6,044,468 504,977 71,390 247.579 5,365,229 431,660 35,590 35,800
Investment securities and advances Total .......... 4..460,416 2,953,739 1,324,804 181,873 409,666 288,706 2,255,367 4.933 176,940
Deferred debits Total ............................. 2,057,779 1,861,554 118,843 77,382 608,196 711,442 541,916 11,113 66,269
Special funds and miscellaneous debits Total ...... 1,913,70 1,910,926 2,779 913,283 783,169 214,474 .-
Total assets ............................... 95,468,846 85,223,487 8,098,318 2,147,041 16,518,984 53,283,227 15,421,276 494,285 1,652,756
LIABILITY SIDE
Current liabilities Total ......................... 9,521,830 8,323.873 908,100 289,857 2,052,511 4,427,512 1,843,850 39,228 250,629
Advances payable Total ............................ 1,135,892 736,339 328,626 70,927 91,330 579,515 65,494 70,927
Equipment and other long-term obligations*
Equipment obligations ............................ ,617,333 3,475,753 942,051 199,529 260,956 2,238,356 976,441 92,648 106,881
Bonds and other long-tern obligations ............ 10,034,456 9,709,684 259,766 65,006 30114P600 5,142:315 1,452,769 65,006
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 14,651,789 13.185,437 1,201,817 264,535 3,375,556 ?.380,671 2,429,210 92,648 171,88?
Deterred credits Total ............................. 327,499 290,440 922 36,137 121,126 44,463 124.851 36,137
Bseervaefor insurance, injuries, lose and damage
and other Total ................................... 7,220,272 6,854,492 359,522 6,258 1,957,936 4,682,141 214,415 -. 6,258
Capital stock and nonoorporsate capital:
Capital took Total ............................. 67,427,194 64,899,547 2,126,024 401,623 26,987,956 32,452,315 5,459,276 250,000 151,623
Sale proprietorship capital .... ......63,440 63,J0.. 63,0
Partnership capital.............................. 428,164 428,164 156,582 271,582
Total capital stock and noncorporste capital ,, 67,918,798 64,962,987 2,126,024 829,787 26,987,956 32,515,755 5,459,276 406,382 423,205
Unappropriated surplus.
Unearned surplus ........... 759,127 2,362,J25 2,299,382 97,420 75,666 834,953 1,451,706 97,420
Earned surplus ................................. d 10.066.361 6 11.492.406 873,925 552,120 d 18.143.097 2,818,217 3,832,474 6 .173 596,293
Total unappropriated surplus ..... ......... d 5.307.234 d 9.1303081 3,173,307 649,540 d 18.067.431 3,653,170 5,284,180 6 693,713
Total liabilities ..............,........ 95,468,846 85,223,487 8,098,318 2,14?,041 16,518,984 153,283,227 15,421,276 494,285 1,652,756

gDeficit.





TATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE MAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1953

TABLE 46.--INVESTHENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATIOW CARRIERS OF PA88BENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE BY DISTRICT AMD REGION, DECEMBER 31. 1953


All Eastern Southern Western RE I 0 N
Sistriote district region district. Central Northwestern a
________ I lentra I h t id-Vestern SoUtSSt'e et&n$r

ber of carriers represented ......................... 63 50 6 7 o10 28 12 2 5
Land and land rights ................................... $3..743.795 $3,560,404 $183,391 $399,949 $2,564,914 $595.541 .
ures ............................................. 21,908.63 20,486,322 1,419,988 42,333 5,584 ,028 13.153.,575 1,748,719 -33
rve for depreolation................................ ....8,27.688 7,835:436 440,919 2,333 1,369,434 5,906,963 559,039 233 3
Investment, less reserve ............................ 13,629,955 12,650,886 979,069 4,214,594 7,246,612 1,189,680 .
Revenue equipment.
Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year ..................... 96#760,770 86, 484 782 8,06,708 2,219,280 20,447, 458 57.561,905 8,472,419 $622,4o4 1.596,876
Additions and betterments ........................ 6,802,113 6,382,949 87,.415 331.749 150,038 5,341,0o 891,820 54,119 277,630
Retirements 1/ ...................................... 7,344,681 6,448,062 678,502 218,117 1,482,024 6,999, 966,692 105,692 112,42
Balance at cose of year .......................... 96,218,202 P6,419,669 7,465,621 2,332,912 19,115.472 5,906, 650 8,397,547 570,831 1,762,081
Reserve for depreciation ......................... 60,116,277 53,803,457 4.940,835 1,371.985 14.494,030 34.057,800 5.251.627 231,856 "1,.4,1a9
Investment, less reserve ...................... 36,101,925 32,616,212 2,524,786 960,927 4,621,442 24.848,850 3,145,920 338,975 621,952
service oars and equipment ............................. 1,343,270 1,213,362 115,644 14,264 233,537 868,674 111,151 -5,986 8,278
serve for depreciation .................................. 935,922 846,379 78,403 11,140 198,195 571,778 76,406 4,264 6,876
Investment, less reserve ............................ 407,348 366,983 37,241 3,124 35,342 296,896 34,745 1,722 1,402
and garage equipment .............................. .....2,964,579 2,620,536 301,075 42, 68 521,801 1,830,643 268,092 13,959 29,009
Reerve for depreciation..................... ......... 2,087,149 1,856,853 194,863 35,133 223,754 1,454,977 1781122 9,079 26,35
Investment, less reserve ............................. 877,430 763,683 106,212 7,535 298,047 375,666 89,970 4,880 2 ,655
urniture and office equipment ......................... 1,525,043 1,308,420 176,601 40,022 234,375 966,077 107,968 11,3 60 28,662
serve for depreciation ............................... 951,148 827,801 102,222 21,125 142,723 622,280 62,798 6,648 14,477
Investment, less reserve ............................ 573,895 480,619 74,379 18,897 91,652 343,797 45,170, 4,712 14,185
Msellaneous equipment ............................... 8,946 64, 842 10,448 3,656 3,512 32,767 28,563 3.6 6
erve for depreciation .............................. o965 36,69 10,088 183 872 15,106 20,716
Investment, less reserve ............................ 31,981 28,148 360 3,473 2,640 17,661 7,847 3,473
iprovements to leasehold property ..................... 993,803 539.378 441,274 13,11 104,185 343,991 91,202 13
eerve for depreciation ............................... 656,958 337,565 317,051 2,342 76,35 206,289 54,918 23
Investment, less reserve ............................ 336,845 201,813 124,223 10,809 27,827 137,702 36,284 10,809
distributed property .................................
Reseve for deprecation ...............................- .....
Investment, less reserve ............................-
Uinished construction ................................ 4,437 4,437 77 4,360
otal investment in carrier operating property ......... 128,780,718 116,217,370 10,114,042 2,449,306 26,196,936 78,671,651 11,348,783 605,792 1,843,514
reserve for depreciation ............................... 73,073,107 65,544,185 6,o08e4,381 1,444,541 16,505,366 42,835,193 6,203,626 252,030 1,192,511
serve for amortization ............................... 57,895 23,391 34,504 14,976 8,415
Total investment in carrier operating property.
less reserves for depreciation and amortization .. 55,649,716 50,649,794 3,995,157 1,oo00k,765 9,691,570 35,821,482 5,136,742 353,762 651,003

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





68 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR ARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE ZEAR ENDED DEOEBER 31, 1953

TABLE 47.--INOOME STATEMENT CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western REGI ON 8
Itea districts district region district Eny A .Middle central Northwestern Mid-Western Southestern lcky Pa

Number ot carriers represented ...................... 63 50 6 7 10 28 12 2 5
REVENUE
Operating revenues ................................ $123,660,712 $109,916,627 $9,784,825 $3,959,260 $23,682,178 $73,834,252 $12,400,197 #609,608 $,349,652
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses ..................... 101,181,885 90,288,305 7,910,109 2,983,471 19,55,025 60,882,709 9,860,571 462,429 2,521,0o42
Depreolation expense ............................... .8,505,908 7,505.243 683,501 317,164 1,009,563 5,501, 436 994,244 112,901 204,263
Amortization chargeable to operations ................. 11,913 8,07 3,836 1,79 1,322 ,961 .
Operating taxes and liloense ........................ 9,064,088 7,987,49 811,099 265,495 1.845,310 5,204,885 937,299 50,026 215,469
Operating rents--Net ................................ .1,639,743 1,156,443 248,268 235,032 116,=4,4 1,027,166 12,833 16,805 218,227
Total expenses .................................... 120,403,537 106,945,562 9,656,813 3,801,162 22,518,136 72,617,518 11,809,908 642,161 3,159,001
Net operating revenue .............................. 3,257,175 2,971,065 128,012 158,098 1,164,0o42 1,216,734 590,289 d3553- 190,651
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ........... 23,275 23,275 23.275
Income from lease of carrier property--Oredit ....... 2,000 2,000 2,000 -,.-.
Net carrier operating income ..................... 3,235,900 2,949,790 128,012 158,098 1,140,767 1,218,734 590,289 190,651
OTHER INCOME
Net income from nonoarrier operations ............... 671,575 643,500 28,075 d 6,10 d 43.413 993,183 28,075
Net income from nonoperating property ............... !d 8.055 d 272 d 10.,73 1,131 40,552 12,096 .
Interest income ..................................... 258,248 246,100 7,710 4,438 81,438 15,63 148,699 1592 2,846
Dividend income ..................................... 102,008 102,008 19 2,.477 99,512
Income from sinking and other funds ................. 1.4,345 14,345 6,802 7,399 144
Other nonoperating income ........................... 77,003 61,651 8,979 6,373 1,364 3,475 56,812 3,149 3,224
Total other income ............................... 1,085,124 1,040,279 5,959 38,886 84,604 d 344,771 1,310,446 4,741 34,145
Grosse income ..................................... 4,321,024 3,990,069 133,971 196,984 1,225,371 863,963 1,900,75 d 81 224,796
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ................... 704,437 629,522 57,956 16,959 142, 410 303,550 183,562 5,068 11,891
Other interest deductions............................. 60,109 40,387 18,135 1,587 2,889 25,818 11,680 1,345 242
Taxes assumed on Interest ........................... .-Amortization of debt discount and expense ........... 9,377 9,377 ?,954 1,205 218 --
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ............. .
Other deductions .................................... 581.791 547.423 29,319 5,049 7,107 529,383 10,933 3,045 2,oo4
Total income deductions .......................... 1,355,714 1,226,709 105,410 23,595 160,360 859,956 206,393 9,458 14,137
Net Income before Income taxes ................... 2,965,310 2,763,360 28,561 173,389 1,065,011 4,007 1,694,342 17Z 210,659
Provision for $noose taxes A ....................... 1,238,209 1,105,974 77,054 55,181 416,654 .a .713 697,033 55,181
Neot Inome ....................................... 1,727,101 1,657,386 d 48.493 118,208 648,357 11,720 997,309 **3.22- 0, 155,478
Operating ratio / ....................... (percent) 97.37 97.30 98.69 96.01 95.08 98.35 95.24 105.34 94.31
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS AND WITRBAWVALS
Dividends ........................................... 01,170,502 $1,116,312 $44,190 $10,000 $129,089 $25,430 $961,793 $10,000
Vithdrawals ......................................... 86,900 12,650 74,250 12,650 $14,400 59,850
total dividends and withdrawals .................. 1,257,402 1,128,962 44,190 84,250 129,089 -38,080 961,793 14,400 69,850

d Deficit or other reverse item.
Does not tnolude Incomoe taxes applicable to sole proprietorships and partnerships. See introductory statement.
Total expenses includingg depreciation, amortilation, operating taxes and rents) divided by total operating revenues.





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 69

TABLE I40.-OPERATING REVENUE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
districts district region district New Niddl e Central Northwestern id-VWestern Southwestern Rooky Pa
....... Enkitland Atatc oti
Number of carriers repr.eeented ......................... 63 50 6 7 10 28 12


Neapape revenue ..67.....***** 13 34 9 1 8002 12 16978 ,6
Mi reeu...............5,9140 *4,576 1 261 1,1 .30019 33,6 12,1
Nal rvnue........................................ ....3*4I3 39- 9
N ewsp ap r r evenu O123,33 107, 6 6 67 31179 69 78 7 3 7 4 7
Nicellaneous n ....................... .***********27,261 24,084 1,878 1,29 10,283 4 9534 60z 692
Other operating revenue .........1,88a 1,291
Other oetatiorevenue .........................*214 194,666 1,628 18,581 35,770 15162 7,334 18,581
Total operating revenues .. 1,301,606 1,234,904 47,?:346 19,356 136,006 1,038,3 60,415 37818,978
T*a*p** *1....................... 23,660,712 109,916,627 9,784 ,825 3,959,260 23,682,178 73,834,252 12,400,197 609,608 -334962

S ee table 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 SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


Item All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
districts district region district New Middle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ro Pacific

Number of carriers represented .... .............* 63 50 6 7 10 28 12 2
Operating taxes and licenses:
Gasoline, other fuel and oil taxes ...... ....... 02,523,796 $2,044,281 $378,544 1100,971 $730,:1433 $991,816 $322,032 ?2,768 -$77 203
Vehicle license and registration fees .......... 2,819,525 2.535,983 198,247 85,295 157,016 2,259,373 119,594 2 66,872
2 81 52,, 19,- 1 67,87
Real estate and personal property taxes ......... 1,273,201 1,177,820 91,015 *,366 240,592 699,718 237,510 2,792 |574
Social security taxes ........................... 1,458,175 1,329,669 92,703 35,803 421,480 807,463 100,726 3,822 31981
Other taxes ..................................... 989,391 899,741 50,590 39,060 295,789 446,515 157,437 1,221 37,839
Total operating taxes and licenses ........ 9,064,088 7,987,494 811,099 265,495 1,645,310 5,204,885 937,299 50,026 215,469
Provieion for income taxes: .
Federal Inome taxes:
Normal tax and surtax ............ ........... 992,778 867,115 72,788 52,875 *416,654 16,46 466,923 52,875
Excess profits tax ........................... d 1.483 & 1.1483
Total Federal income taxes ................ 991,295 865,632 72,788 52,875 1416,654 17.9415 466,923 52,875
State income taxes ,.............*..*.... .... 16,816 10,244 4,266 2,306 10,232 12 2,306
Other income taxes ............*. ..... 230,098 230,098 230,098 -Total provision for income taxes .......... .. 1,238,209 1,105,974 77,0534 55,181 416,654 d 7,713 697,033 .- 55,181
Total taxes ............................. ... 10,302,297 9,093,468 888,153 320,676 2,261,9614 5,197,172 1,634,332 50,026 270,650
SDeficit or other reverse item.
Does not Include Income tales applcable to se0 proprietorshiPe and partnerships. See Introductory statement.




70 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR TE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 50.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIER OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E G I 0 N 8
Item Astriots district region district New Atlantle Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern MRnt Paoifti
_______________ ____________ MountainIPacifi
Number of carriers represented .......................... 63 50 6 7 10 28 12 2 s
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage ........................... 61,887,237 $1,724,878 $133,879 028,480 $355,490 $1,209,512 $159,876 $12,412 $16,068
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ................... 82.592 .,152 7,680 760 16,997 48,632 8,523 760
Operation and maintenance of service equipment .......... 3,376 22.,556 6906 1,914 46,549 162.972 15,035 1,91
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds ......... :,908 8,82 41, 482 4,584 79,035 334,7 8 35,059 27 4,557
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages ...... 83,304 779,948 58,041 5,315 155,920 547,048 76,980 1,62 3.753
Other shop and garage expenses ............................ 1,899,014 1,748,725 143.233 7,056 451,937 1,152,89 18389 845 6,211
Repairs to revenue equipment ............................. 11,638,600 10,246,253 1,001.9 391,198 2,3400,7 6 6,659,020 1,2 6,77 66,075 325,123
Servicing of revenue equipment ........................... 3,610,269 3,217,190 280,982 112,097 873,1 3 1,888,414 45,293 5,080 107o,017
Tires and tubes-Revenue equipment ....................... 2,096,520 1,812,80 208,773 75,167 411, .9 1,173,.71 227,760 13,203 6196
Joint garage expense--Debit .............................. 17,899 17,871 28 17,871 28
Joint garage expense-Credit ............................. 1,031 1,031 1,031
Total equipment maintenance and garage ................ 22,802,688 20,293,964 1,882,125 626,599 4,731,516 13,193,551 2,368,897 99,204 527,395
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Supervision of transportation .................... ...... *,763,211 4,282,203 379,673 101,335 879,061 3,024,973 378,169 19,823 81,512
Drivers' wages and bonuses ............................... 43,799,341 39,524,041 3,146,022 1,129,278 8,873,501 26,.475,872 4.174,668 154,541 974,737
Fuel for revenue equipment ............................... 6,587,774 5,715,073 660,396 212,305 1 23,917 3.596,891 69 .265 61,671 150,63
Oil for revenue equipment ................................ 397,980 337,592 42,573 17,815 6:356 227,505 ,5,731 3,3.5 141.0
Purchased transportation ................................. 1,196. ,162 1,059,859 136.303 6,894 1,052 136.303
Road expense .................. .................. ..... ... 60,252 56.86 3,06 3,552 10,6 13,108
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls .......................... 2,505,172 2,334,950 169,647 567 35,66 2,123,656 175,636 567
Wages of miscellaneous transportation employees ........... 172,675 172525 150 22,031 150,19 150
Other transportation expenses ............................ 693,223 586, .99 48,219 58,505 141,242 383,196 62,061 4,007 54,098
Total transportation .................................. 60,175,790 54,069,596 4,.449,936 1,656,258 11,.50,220 37,075,738 5,543,638 243,787 1,.12.471
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and commissions ................................. 65,.530 492,150 113,358 48,722 41,390 352,935 98,125 31.313 17, 409
Supplies and expenses .................................... 82,636 58,.53 8,887 15,296 9,621 35,925 12,907 7,035 8,261
Repairs to station buildings & equipment ................. 34,115 30,597 2,683 835 3,083 21,769 5,75 835
Commissions paid ......................................... 782,409 666,655 5,832 109,922 30,159 526,2P2 110,204 2,835 107,087
Other expenses allowed ................................... '57,211 57,05 32 125 1,383 55,3 322 125
Interline commissions paid ............................... 20,810 19,252 716 842 437 9,7 9,021 842
Interline commissions earned-Credit ..................... 60,561 59,043 1,014 504 47,778 11,265 314 190
Collection and delivery .................................. 652 652 652
Purchased collection end delivery ........................ 4,001 3,930 71 1,959 1,971 71
Joint station facilities-Debit .......................... 66,500 65,214 1,286 702 6,125 58,387 1,286
Joint station facilities-Credit ............................-
Total station ......................................... 1,642,303 1,334,562 130,.494 177,247 88,734 962,382 283,446 42.546 134,701
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses .................................... 358,719 326,2 28,637 3,828 15.949 296,033 14,272 1,169 2,659
Tariffs and schedules .................................... 235,988 181,019 51,030 3,909 30,031 136, 358 i1,660 371
ickets nd baggage checks............................. 27 7 53,1 18,657 7,807 60,864 167, .557 24,742 3,116 ,91
Tickets and baggage checks ......... 279,627 253 *7 1767 9
Other traffic expenses .................................. 72,167 49,632 58 22,177 ? 20,38 6,216 1.21.830
Advertising ........................................... 374,20 295,030 24.,4 514,73 24216 5 53,945 3,1 50,907
Total traffic, solicitation, and advertising .......... 1.,320,741 1,105,128 123,169 92,444 134,562 856,731 113,835 8,819 83,625
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE
Salaries and expenees-Insurance and safety .............. 1,038,618 1,006,062 27,573 1.4,983 131,102 833,749 41,211 1,155 3,828
Public liability and property damage insurance .......... 2,2492,257 1,815,251 30 ,4.8 122,558 672,311 693,922 449,018 34,167 88,391
Injuries and damages ..................................... 1,906,125 1,780,818 122,118 3,189 525,075 1,227.527 28,216 3,189
Workmen's compensation-Insurance ....................... 177,205 155,798 10,541 10,866 76, 415 61,231 18,152 2,422 8,444.
Workmen's compensation-Self insurer ..................... 123,756 119,869 3,887 34,648 80,584 4,67
Baggage and express insurance ............................ 5 7
Baggage and exorees loss and damage ...................... 1,388 1 1,204 184- 19
Fire and theft insurance ................................ 223,540 189,332 25.5I 8,665 19,89 1301 39,220 17 68
Other insurance .......................................... 59,880 47,194 10,756 1,930 7,845 24,678 1,674 38 1892
Total insurance and safety ............................5,773,316 5,115,055 504,866 153,395 1,467,288 3,051,908 595,859 38,813 114,582






STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASBBENGEAS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DEGEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 50.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western RE a__ I_ 0 N S
Item districts district region district New t Central northwest Md-Wete
__zwland Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwester u Paii
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
Salaries of general officers ...................... $1,588,124 *1,3 3,674 *170 420 $74,030 $219,099 $845194 $279.381 *10.1- #6 880
Expenses of general officers ........... 1 121,300 16,01 9,136 12,771 3,5034 1
Salaries of general office employees ............. 7 2,654,032 20 I1 82,90 582,0 5 ,
expensess or general office employee.... ................ 38,865 14,577 57 2,9 40 2
Law expenses ........................... ......... 40570 33,062 65,62 4,88 90431 196,807 4 5,82 -- 73
General office supplies and expenses ................. 398,087 345,009 33,649 19,429 76,019 215,77 53,187 :
Communication service ................................. 457,16 21,52 20,999 1,69 ,020 34,223 31,282
Outside auditing expenses ............................ 127,15w 94,98 18,763 4,003 14,044 1.223 33,031 3
Employees' welfare expenses ........................ .. 2, 67,07 2,190.308 173,127 10202 1,0 5 57.35 5,357 2 6 7 20.126
Purchasing and store expenses ...........................720 16041 5,7 86,153 2 :76 19,162d-HE
Other general expenses ...................... ........ 339,128 286,986 20,239 3 9 143,835 171,05 ,71 6 1289 ,
Management and supervision fees and expenses 9,7 9,U;
Franchise requirements-Debit ........................ 12,792 12,7 12,792
Franchise requirements--Credit.......................PASNES.NAE oA O
Other regulatory commission expenses 161............ 17 26 3A as er 1,
Uncollectible revenues ................................ 6S,2o66 2 7 28
Joint operating expense--Debit ........................ .72 4 231 0 2 2
Joint operating expense--redit ......................... .._...
Total administrative and general .................. 9 67,047 8,370,000 819,319 277,528 1,672,705 5,742,399 954,896 29,260 24,268
Grand total ...........................................101,181,885 90,288,305 7,910,109 20,983,471 19,5145,025 60,882,7099,860,571 62,1429 2,521,04













Adutet-oei .......... ...................., 10,8 0473 & 99 ,6 .91 8*9 30*. *3,0
d Deficit or other reverse item.







TABLE 51.-DEPRECIATION EXPENSE CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

REGI ONS
Item All Eastern Southern Western R _G_1_0_N_
districts district region district New Middle PaOfi
England, Atlantic Central Northwestern N1t4-Waes rn o h ete n ou a n P of o

Number of carriers represented ....................... 63 50 6 7 10 28 12 5
Depreciation of structures ............................. $478,651 $447,996 $30,655 $98,006 $293,279 $56,711 -Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight ............................................... 7 ,
Passenger .......................................... 7,757,637 6,854,671 592,221 $310,745 875,073 5,079,538 900,060 $89,890 1 220,85
Combination .......................................
Depreciation of service cars and equipment ........... 119,410 100,371 16,280 2,759 8,185 81,121 11,064 1,572 187
126.... 71 10 2032 3,7 21 6 1-162 4
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment ............ 126,711 102,369 20,372 3,970 18,201 66,190 17:97- 1,6 2,312
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ....... 84,918 68,169 13,322 3,127 10,416 49, 407 8,646 -895 2,23
D preciation of miscellaneous equipment .............. 5,318 4,961 174 183 21 2,65 1,972 18
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property .41,4 31,129 10,168 147 7,1 9 18,598 5,181 -...
Depreciation of undistributed property ...............
Total ............................................. 8,614,089 7,609,966 683,192 320,931 1,017,524 5,590,828 1,001,614 94,168 226,763
Adjuetments--Oredit .................................. 108,181 104,723 d 309 3,767 7,961 89,392 7,370 L 3 22,500
Grand total ....................................... 8,505,908 7,505,243 683,501 317,164 1,009,563 5,501,436 994,244 112,901 204,263

d Deficit or other reverse item.







72 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 52.-REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT: ACQUIRED, AND RETIRED FROM SERVICE, DURING THE YEAR; AND OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE BY DISTRICT AND REGION, DECEMBER 31, 1953


All Eastern Southern Western R E G 1 0 N E
Item districts district region district Now Middle __Rocky
Enaland Atlant.c Central Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountain Pacific

Number of carriers represented ..................... 63 50 6 10 28 12 2 5 s
Equipment acquired during the year:
Busses -Number of units................482 427 10 45 1 312 96 -2 4
cost .......................... ..$6,456,826 $6,089,00o4 $44,312 $323,510 $137,204 $5,234,103 $717,697 $53,808 $269,702
Tractors Number of units ............... ..........
Cost .......................... ...
Trailers Number of units ............... "
Cost ......................... o .
Ohreupet Cs -............ 1?37 $141,791 $5,536 $805 $78,323 062,663 --Ote qupet- Cost ...............................1-"37______________Total cost of all equipment acquired ........... $6,604,153 $6,230,795 $49,848 $323,510 $138,009 05,312,426 $780,360 $53,808 $269,702
Equipment retired during the year:
Busses Number of units ............... 902 798 57 47 174 506 18 15 32
Cost .......................... 7,102,546 $6,392,5 5 $493,889 $216,112 $1,481,230 $3,995,279 $916,036 $103,687 $112,425
Tractors Number of units ............... ........-Cost ..........................
Trailers Number of units ...............
-Cost .....................................Other equipment Cost .......................... $58,652 $55,517 $1,130 $2,005 $794 $o,067 $50,656 $2,005
Total cost of all equipment retired I/ ...... $7,161,198 $6,448,062 $495,019 $218,117 $1,482,024 $3,999,346 $966,692 $105,692 $112,425
Equipment owned at close of year:

Buses Number of units .... ............ 7,271 6,452 560 259 1,7 99 4,089 764 60 -1
Cost .......................... $93,500,689 $83,959,176 $7,219,933 $2,321,580 $18,7?593 $56,883,505 $8,300,218 $570,031 $1,75103"
Tractors Number of units ............... -.-..
cost .....................
Trailers Number of units ...............
Cost ................
Other equipment Cost ........................... $217513 $2,46,493 $245688 $11332 $34,9 $2023,145 $97,329 $800 $10,532
Total cost of all equipment owned ............ $96,218,202 $86,419,669 $7,465,621 $2,332,912 $19,115,472 $58,906,650 $8,397,547 $570,831 $1,762,081

l/See footnote No. 1 to table 46.




STATI8TI0S Or CLASS I N0MI, 4528115 071PA88U8348 NOR Slm yan323 M 8023031 31. 1953
TBE53.-ENPW2E3B 92801 x09830 TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND 93028 COMPENSATION BY CLASSLB
OALEOARuoNN OF WAS WKORNSENGAGES IN LOCAL 0R SUBURBAN SIVICS
BY DISTRICT AND MICH0, 1953


Ali districts Easter ititSuhrn r1811 0.egion W.st-w 816.io8 New Enladre1002e tani region2M9 9102
ClOOCifloon of employ*@ r*.~ g: 8oa
-Tbe :-o--a Av Avoroge .-.2.r. 0o ho1202 %'. TTe.a
of___________________ of or day o ain sope*- naio Lti colp..- Vmplm' rS o
Number ot carrier$ presente.......... 6350?1 Squipswnt mm0nt810.000 Ana garage _874884 7076 373 3 0.9 s,,I4 ,2,2 ,1,9
.0 t52 4 5 14~ 973.0 406g 14 123 25 .6
.... ....................... 4 22969 3.2, 413 ~ 7572 5,817 40 56 62Z 26,0 4 34 27 7,980 91 13 1 9. 5 1.28 700.2286:5 $172
'aoprt~a: ,6 2163 .823 8510 2 3,793 187 276 592 2.191 37, 1., '1
Or10mo..............................10.89 21,2796 31 1621' .3 40,075,845 4,093 19U,2 1,6 .18.282,
Other. (Inoldg 0101r1ki pong 208 46.9 759,9414 6 5 187 408.3 6708 33.5941
ta Ion: ca 77....... 7 859F 5 139 925 4288 2 574 9,63 .485 1- 2 3
So-eomr eml0e9.. 43 21,263 2,349 ,4 382 ,18: 15949 30 r4 649 9 26a
9.er 1nluig2lria30.721 21 3972 :467 19234 5813,03212 5.75 913312,146-40 8757 4:10 2,60067 3 07 7
8rmeot~io. 3,01525,0 476 920 3 6,J 42,42 190,06 48 296136 4,67
918. 6ff4o :o ,.1bra mlye 32911 2,80 57 204:,074 ':,11 54 S4. 5149 9, 1~ 4240,9
198,857? N,9 3597,5 720900. 300 Ote ...........6108 7 5a'403 $3 e:9 ,5809
......... olitto 840 24,rtlln2 18921 6,0 4 1,3379 9 3 28,0654 84 a 143.W 3,7941 89 23 83:21 93,17 3898 5561 :3
Oher* l udig leicl. mpoye. ..2 206 10,00 22914 )63 31? 8,3 6 720 2 $9 2.08 1.94
= Illtr. ml es........ . . 0 1 3 n,68 187,964 4,41 30 9:928 46,289 4,8297 1 712,6~ 5 0 114 27 9,3470 4,978 7,4 2346 9~ 9S18 1596 420
NY a,. (loolAl 1210 eml4es 530 105,853 163,99 U,0 2%7 1233 139,10 4.9 M 2962.54.11*40 3
9 65 81833 11 a:33 8 3,6
other& l~ olr3o 27lyo) 14 3980 6 01 ~ ~ 1,9 2658 3 ,816 2' 412 8.5 4,7- 13 156 M0,51 46 2 8
Tffice, ttion and2 pOvte . 166 47813268.57 1013 18 7651635,66 1058 2 708 6 3 98258 ,19 103 591,23541 17926,772294,9
C=eloo ..........! ........ 1,037 245074 32427536 3,3 960 18,25 1 2,9 70 3111 5 1153,871 18,65 32 6 56.658 74382 1286 218 46,9 a3.2 3,5 3 ,288&
OthmO~.... . ... 9 1961 5,6 4 ,2 84 17164 3733 4,1 88 1836 3067 34 2 ,51 6,7 3,8 32'q 2212.682906 335~2 165 ,6
others 011 bo .... 1.31 5 5 38 9 9978,6 554 1,3 337.8860 6.8310 52. 113 3226 68 177 6,6-6 1,4 0,2 24 66,94 1,19446 249 58 3,9 ,9,4 ,5 63V 401 14 2 14 36 247 3, 57 256 3.5 81 -1 4 qp 3,5 ,1 2 1
Totba -8o.l bal. . 164 30 ,2 ,, 14,4719 311,764 66.3 ,288 18 0,158 6 z 352 3.6 4006,2?.0.3 ,5 ,7 ,5,3 258,1 .8 ,6 09305 3.9,3 ,2
00g'0120 1 4,09Z.oo ego 1 2,1- 75le~ .'.$ Z:5t"'09er 2eo o83 0.81 rgon4o 7go



Clmeri of 2orl6r 2020eo7 1.23 26 ,7 0 ,1 6 0 38 5 1789 3622 6
Boem . . 0 17 29 *1 -: 7 -8 67 3 9 385 212,13 3613 8221 4650 8220 3
...r ..... emloee ............ 99 19,7093 1 981 3,32 -4 1 -16 39 I I 1,? 3,714
TrO0porto l y ai ......... 9 j.3 L ,0 -:19 11 3 2,774N ? ,0 123 2,203 24 6644 1 9,3 4 -5 81 4,26 754, 2904 19
Ooer~ory . . :8 1662 29797 5.2 95 a -2 -1,8.1 3 72 66 60 1846 1455 255-- 2 9 574 957320 4025
Orloere l/........ ................ ...1,011 2,1.9 4,176,01 4,13 -3 372855 3 112 -7.2 2 761 338 7252
Central region Northwestern emplooeeX). . 12t28.1reg53,572ut,464tern "Bull Rocky - - i -M 2re24 gi7on189
8A0e1age FI* ho r a-p n 12- -0.0- h -28 1,57-- 1
Classic o fi atnd trve9, r employees Toa 19ta 37,u44630e243 - -opn rdy
hours ellioto I0 odvertlmloB '- -0 n or day fale P.-14 ,
=,prloy . I 736 en 1569 523n-- -~ps -f or das- as n .-l ..t35 ,08 1,5
08f2 o1r020 daeyso efaote- 1mn 1,837n 2N71t,70on- Iv. pai fo cale #- pai -~ -so hal fo -80 -a 1,4 2,4I
Number ocrirere etd.... .......0 1 12. -- 4 ,6
10.020000 modntenanei 4a~e 1,27 2537 6,3432 lo3 5,6
Oter.c 9Io o 4lrlo emlye. 21 4,6 5,5 282 ---
Cler ol. ................ 7 2156907 23 249 3,29 -- - 18,66686 222 3 5,34 6,0
Other . . . incl6di6 2598 3.712 -PA44 ... 12 9 ,5 ,55 113-- 1 ,9 ,2
tl- 11 bel . 10. 3,4 72,0 6,5-- 13 402 4,8 3,6 18 96 16,390 418,6
....H~rybo................... .. 130 3 ,,56 5.90,814 4,60 2 7 1557 3,8 ,3 39~ 77135 1 ,2 4,030
1/ 714.r. 1Ite1 2,e4 00880 140M4 22102 of= eqolpomo 1noo 3y th793reet lrom~oeal mnpralo 021
sOupervsor e mlo yees ..............t .... emlye reorl on a2 3011 0oi; 2ll mother 73or eotd 00b3rybl.






74 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1933
TABLE 54.--OPERATING STATISTICS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
BY DISTRICT AND REGION, 1953

REGIONS
All Eastern Southern Western E G 1 0 h 8
Item districts district region district New MiPleG ifi
England Atlantic Central Northwestern Mid-Weeteran SouthwestesrnPMountai

Number of carriers represented ........................... 63 50 6 7 10 28 12 -2
Average number of passenger vehicles In intercity revenue
service.*
Owned equipment.
In operation 335 297 25 13 6 241 50 13
Undergoing reairs ................................ -3
Stand-by ..........................................21 15 2 8 6
Leased equipment In operation ...................... 3 1 2
Purchased transportation In operation .............. -.._ ___22
Total intercity vehicles .......................... 362 315 25 22 8 250 57 22
Number of revenue busses owned at close of year:
Intercity operation ........... ..............................330 209 27 94 839 15 50* 22 7
Lol operation ............................................ 6,941 6,243 333 165 1.591 3,038 714 38 12?
Total number of revenue busses owned ................. 7,271 6,452 560 259 1,399 4,089 764 60 199
Bus-miles operated in revenue service (loaded and empty):
Owned vehicles:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) ... 21315,721 20,965,737 1,564,208 785,776 287,228 17,193,115 3,483,394 78,1,76
-Local service ........................ 19 ,788,670 175,749,570 15,514,577 3,524,523 42,615,651 115,721,633 17,412,286 ,326,2f0 2,198,283
-Charter, sightseeing and other special
service ........................... 27,277,630 13,817,852 647,661 12,812,117 1,339,546 7,435,510 5,042,796 376,630 12,435,467
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggage, mail, ._ 0
express, and/or newspaper service ................. 96,988 46,809 330,109 70 46,809 70
Total Owned Vehicles ......................... 245,979,009 210,579,968 18,276,555 17,122,486 4 1,242,425 140,350,258 25,987,285 2,488,666 14,633,820
Leased vehicles:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) .. 261,919 261,919 13,767 2,48,152
-Lo1a service ......................3,492,772 1,846,139 1,606,546 40,087 7,136 1,839.003 40,087
-Charter, sightseeing and other special
service ........................... 1,864,135 987,594 42,741 833,800 150,997 764,611 71,986 833,800
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mall,
express, and/or newspaper service................. --Total Leased Vehicles ........................ 5,618,826 3,093,652 1,649,287 873,887 158,133 2,617,381 320,138 873,887
Purchased transportation:
Busses operated-Intercity service (regular routes) ...
-Local service......................... 1,963,639 1,963,639 68,940 1,896,719
-Charter, sighteeeing and other special
service ........................... 653,933 135,217 518,716 135,217 518,716
Vehiles operated exclusively in baggage, mail,
express, and/or newspaper service ................. "
Total Purchased Transportation ............... 2,619,592 2,100,876 518,716 68,940 2,031,936 318,716
Grand total bus-miles .......................... 254,217,427 215,776,496 19,925,842 18,515,089 44,469,498 144,999,575 26,307,423 2,488,666 16,026,423
Passengers carried, revenue: 21,39
Intercity (regular route) ............................... 19,588,646 17,804,989 1,330,238 433,399 113,936 13,213,327 263,4:12 143
Local (excludes transfers) .............................. 763,280,141 698,816,224 59,311 494 5,152,513 167,860,263 1467,161,292 63- 831- 3,187,679
Charter, sightseeing and other special revenue passengers 16,874,252 13,119,405 1,517,233 2,237,614 1,826,355 8,51170o4 2,781,346 85,203 2,152,411
Total number of revenue passengers carried............ 799,743,039 729,740,618 62,178,893 7,823,526 169,802,54 o90,886,323 69,051,741 2,483,436 5,340,090
Intercity passengers carried free (including emuloyes) 3,824,840 2,007,091 1,813,110 4,639 7,537 1,942,755 56,799 1,220 3,419
Total number of passengers carried .................... 803,567,879 731,747,709 63,992,005 7,828,163 169,810,091 492,829,078 69,108,340 2,484,656 5,343,309
Paseer revenue: $1353
Intercity service Regular route ........................ $7,852,881 97,32,210 $3 ,135 $183,53 0136,29 $6,168,204 $1,020,772
Pasegr vnu:6732,15641.30$83,3 2 2:14 66,18,043 9,06201,2 61,080,263
Local service ........................................... 102,73 92,667,820 8L5.461 ,2 8 ,002
Charter, sightseeing and other special service ........... 11,384,098 8,348,981 670,494 2,364,623 1,044,119 5,941,300 1,363,:562 12 ,621 2,240,002
Total ............................................... 121,976,351 108,342,016 9,730,090 3,904,245 23,492,507 72,396,557 12,252,952 583,980 3,320,263
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating taxes 642,161 3,139,001
and rents) ................................................ 120,403,537 106,943,562 9,656,813 3,801,162 22,318,136 72,617,518 11,809,908




STATISTIoS OF GLASS I MOTOR CARRIEuS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953 75

TABLE 55.--ABSTRAOT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCITY SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $2.500,000 1933
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Operating revenues Total mp s amber o vehicles
aesees Net Net Inoome
Na f arNumber Total seern er revenue ar lu ,ng o ro aster Averen
o Miles of assets (not s seen orfrter tepa bons Opete Nenn nomeo
carriers regular including Intercity igtseing, depreciation, o age
Namee loca Oarld Other Al :~e (a 'joeaig Icm
repro- routes Intangible service o Total operating inc0me taxes midle oena- intecit a ala
Sented property) (regular service special other taxes, and -o n1h t'o seric (r ,
All dt t- t ...outes) service entount) ula 1 s y
All districts total ***...... 25 4218,360,083 $250.578,901 $14,887,104 812,476,365 $16.214,287 $29.156,657 $257,246,406 $36.922,242 $16,743,744 29.515 16126,439.337 8.388 8.24
Eastern district total .............. 8 58,802.734 66,275.984 8,867,271 3,445.056 3,041,715 81,630,026 74,348,311 7,28),224 2,277,924 8,186 j35,522,905 2.12 2.307
Now England region ...................... 2-699 2,578,963

Southern region ....................... 8 58,703,732 72,615,588 3,288,727 5,297,534 81,201,849 66,218,919 15,001,060 6,783,493 7,734 31,347614 29 12
Western district total ........ ... 9 100,853,617 111,687,329 6,019,833 5,742,582 7,875,038 131,324,782 116,679,176 14,637,958 7,'682,)27 13 595 59.568,818 397 3717
0~~~~~~~~7 47031.4 337 3 3384
Northwestern region .......................1 9,291,600 11,967,125 196 4,4 3,358,731 1 2,672,480 686,251 327,273 1,385 6,2 444 0 0


4IDDL AT AN I 1REGION 79
Mid-estrn reion .......................1 10,022,939 13,20,2 6 56,77 83,0 86,629,92 13,527,161 11,768 79,876 64 1,522 ? 1,
C oent Geson re ionc.................. ........ -6 43,90,177 6,278,22 9,1?03 2 9,380 01,154, 5205 4 ,662,47 0, 1 ,1 0 5.4 1071 -8
oterocy Mountain eon ................ ......- 7,-So6 128 1791 7
Paciic r-e5ion.. 2- 37,594,901 71,611,498 5,770,705 1,926,250 2,882,84 52,091,29. 43,817,0603,576 ,3



N T EGLAND REGION
Pw England Greyhound tLines, Inc................... 2,50 2159,699 2,578,967 6,96 9,15 2,76,508 2,867,22 2 2 68 9 99






MIOUE TLERNI REGION
iareyd Lin, Ic.........................*****...4 1,21,51 6,67213 -9 205,798 31,158 3,78,12 3,6,081 32,2,077 18,67 9 311,21,9275 28 2
enlral Greyhound Lines ............of Nw York...........3 ,761 4,900,059 6,22,862 55,107 29,80 281,815 7,054,16 6,560,033 9,131 130,96 76,1,0
Iner-City Traneportton Co., In................... 13 78,34. 0 434,5,803 2,612,127 89,311 ,792 3,,1,73 3,122,916 20,818 14,302 1,5 1 3
CEWELAND REGION


American Suslines, Inc............... ..... .... .. .....1,5 6,692,095 8,958,988 568,003 27,029 10,054,020 10,962,307 i 90.87 LI~.67. 1 ,018 4,639,216 10
Greyhoud Corp.-Central Greyhound Lines ............ ,9 11,150,262 10,486,458 374,630 9 ,.39 11,295,527 10,155,243 1,1028 .923 0, ,44
Geyhound Caorp.-Great Lakes Greyhound ines ......... ............. ,1 15,281,862 12,566978 ,78,04 962,2 60 957,335 18,270,816 1,992,788 3,278,08 1,501,650 0 1,621, 3
Pennevani Gr eyhound Lines, Inc., nd Subsidiaries 6. 16*616*.802 24282,632 814,15 772,322 25869,099 22,51,718 ,29,423 1,3 05,421 2 9 10, 2

NOTERN REGION

atlanti Greyhound Corp. and Subsi y. ..............9128 15,649,389 19,138,135 1,211,05540,048 20,80,704 16,6890,40 ,12,164 1,794,607 2 8.184,33 1?
Caolina Coach Co... Ic .................................3,27 4,754,919 5,99,792 301,13 368,656 6,609,582 6,067,578 542,124 230,153 6 1,298,7 5 I 225 259

DGxle Greyhound iCorp nes. ..........-er rou ines .......... 8........ 3 ,911,518 6,673,,456 25574,798 364,156 1,293,27 6,0135,918 1,29,499 29,882 122.8,47.74 02 3
Florida Greyhound Lines .............................. 35,809,891 6,715,770 0 420,704 927,938 1,864,412 6,615,625 1,248,787 605,667 998 4,080,97 5 218 56
u. ,78 ,2 84,15 659,42 ,55,821 4,238,587 321,234 147,89605. 4,6,70 195 212
860 4oo o. ............... ,146,660 4,050,68- 183,706 139,819 ,7,163 3,034,055 1,340,108 563,648 i,1,O? 92
iclhmond Greyhound Lines, Inc............... ..........7,441r12,3e5,804 18,870 1o9,1 2 7601 28,99 |5
South~eastern Greyhound Lines 1,5,0 187,076187 iO,1 0,998 160,989 3,852,146 __0190
Teche Greyhound ines ..............................2,3 7,567,568 7,914,897 42,527 900,337 9,247,761 6,924,763 2,322,998 1,109,732 88 ,529,53| !4 1

NORTHWESTERN REGION
orthlantid Greyhound ianes, Ins.. .............. ... 08 9,291,600 11,367,125 1,29,558 742,048 13 68,731 12,672,480 606,25 1 ,27.276 ,3 6,2.4,11 48 40



Greyhound Corp.-Overland Greyhoun. Lines Di....... 5 10,022,939 13,230,474 2 565,747 833,704 14,629,925 13,527,161 1,102.764 379,873 40
Continental Bus System, In c ....................... 6518 ,752,00- 226,47 3 466 6,62708 5,972,635 35,568 218,223 1 ,983 2 2
3AC,6 ,E5.0N 8 64 2,7,0 251 221
Continental SGreyhoundthe Lines, In....................... .538 4,312,085 6.362,419 1,172 16,2 ,9 888 6,041 ,721 15103 443 226 7 0 295 1 1208
Missouri Pacfic Transportion Co ................... ,2 ,99,55 ,801,97 29,1 9,22 0,978 4,650,727 4,691,4 1 3883 0 2,
Southwesite Greyhound Lines, In 8................... 1,589,12 17,916,372 756,237 78,979 19,421,588 16,4,562 2,99 4209 i59,
Transcon mental u System, Inc ... .................. 16,378,366 11,75,464 527,929 1,152,155 1,425,,89 12,86,074 579,731 8,291 2 6,239,692


Pocieetc Greyhou nd Lines .......................... 17 3,553,138 15,398,462 5,770,700 2,330,769 45,070,948 7,769.596 7_,301,352 4,095,590 4 20,279,136 2 3
1ah ryon ie ............... ,3 :6,6 ,1,9 ,52,07 90033


Gaba Cor.-~eran Gryhoun d LnesDi .0,.,,--.'''' .... ---0,2,39 1,304456.4





76 BTATISTISOB OF ULASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGE S FOR THE YEAR ENDED DEMRBER 31, 1953

TABLE 5.--*ABBTRACT OF ELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PABBENGERS ENGAGED IN INTERCOIT SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER #2.500,000 1953 Continued
BY DISTRICT AND REGION

Vehiole-miles (loaded and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried Average
Owned and leased Purobased Revenuerper Passenger
vehices troasortati-n vehicles Interaity Charter, milee eager revenue per
Nome of omrrier sehviae ti'nmnortatlonvehiolee e e Local vgesehicl, I pvee er x p
Interoity Intercity other Total (regular service an oher Total InIernity n 7hi e-m1 v1ee- 1m
service Local service Local services route) speal service service service er
~"6Aroutes) a; vi evc l series.
(regular service (regular service service (regular (eg (regular
routes) routes) ,.routes rou tes ro.te

All districts total ......................... 636,363,660 27,241,812 24,643 27,985,399 691,836,514 160.399,109 46,830,524 4,132,479 211.362.112 75,895 $1.562 o.394 0.372
Eastern district total ....................... 157,437,836 14,104,715 39,436 6,570,518 178,152,505 42,580,250 28,629,568 1,562,622 72,772,440 71,192 1.556 .421 .417
Now England region .................. 6,472,664 271,836 6,744,500 961,240 27,956 989,196 59,382 2.683 .398 .425
Middle Atlantic region ...................... 17,081,833 7,164,202 39,250 932,344 25,217,629 7,127,823 11,057,750 314,638 18,500,211 56,319 1,038 .i32 .509
Central region .............................. 133,883,339 6,94o0.513 186 5,366,338 146,190,376 34,491,187 17,571,818 1,220,028 53,283,033 74,421 1.632 .420 .401
Southern region ................................ 176,401,272 143,842 7,406,388 183,951,502 56,763,181 867,234 57,630,415 78,850 1.279 .411 .360
Western district total ....................... 302,524.552 13,137,097 62,365 14,008,493 329,732,507 61,055,678 18,200,956 1,702,623 80,959,257 76,857 1.829 .369 .354
Northwestern region ......................... 31,355.527 2,943,479 34,299,006 7?,888,376 311,262 8,199,638 65.597 1.441 .363 .369
Mid-Western region ......................... 32,812,381 10,531 1,285,171 34,108,083 6,238,379 144,394 6,382,773 81,853 2.121 .403 .397
Southwestern region ......................... 136,535,699 721,369 51,834 5,597,378 142,906,280 26,156,909 1,001,093 440,075 27,598,077 69,158 1.742 .334 .327
Rooky Mountain region ....................... .-
Pacific region .............................. 101,820,945 12,415,728 4,182,465 118,419,138 20,772,014 17,199,863 806,892 38,778,769 94,017 1.998 .408 .370
NEW ENGLAND REGION
New England Greyhound Lines, Ino. .............. 6,472,664 271,836 6,744,500 961,240 27,956 989,196 59,382 2.683 .398 .425
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Carey Transportation, Inme. ..................... 640,094 2,702,135 216,736 3,558,965 507,323 2,274.950 156,340 2,938,613 25,604 1.073 .851 .884
Central Greyhound Lines, Ino., of New York ..... 15,680,555 120,103- 553,135 16,353,793 6,466,680 476,361 76,970 7,020,011 56,203 .993 .410 .401
Inter-Oilty Transportation Co., Ino ............ 761,184 4,341,964 39,250 162,473 5,304,871 153,820 8,306,439 81,328 8,541,587 2.825 .543 .589
CENTRAL REGION
American Buslines, Ino........................ 29,588,961 1,393,788 30,982,749 4,287,241 147,737 4,434,978 73,422 2.090 .303 .354
Greyhound Corp. Central Greyhound Lines ...... 25,159,219 666,114 25,825,333 10,733,774 116,618 10,850,392 63,533 .977 .417 *93
Greyhound Oorp. Great Lakes Greyhound Lines .. 25,927,553 6,940,513 186 1,752,914 3 ,621,166 7,607,536 17,571,818 772,075 25,951,429 72,627 1.652 .485 .4
Pennesylvania Greyhound Lines, Inc.,
and Subsidiaries ............................ 53,207,606 1,553,522 54,761,128 11,862,636 183,598 12,046,234 82,749 2.047 .456 .412
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Greyhound Corp. and Subsidiary ........ 45,605,093 1,723 1,391,461 46,998,277 14,439,927 128 149 14,568,076 93,648 1.325 .420 3
Carolina Coach Co .............................. 15,042,803 128,945 645,712 15,817,460 673,908 83,894 5,7 ,802 67,430 1.047 .392 .
Dixe Greyhound Lines ......................... 17,270,050 560,477 17,830,527 276,742 69,845 4,346 ,587 78,145 1.560 .386 .339
Florida Greyhound Lines ........................ 17,178,375 65 773,680 17,952,120 4,241,292 78.557 4, 319,89 78,800 1.583 .391 .369
Queen OCity Coach Co ............................ 10,059,118 13,109 1,009 433 11,081,660 3,788,443 120,680 3,909,123 51,652 .913 .343 .382
Richmond Greyhound Lines, Ino. ................. 7,695,065 316,203 8,011,268 2,781,663 9,091 2,875,7534 83,642 1.456 .526 .379
Southeastern Greyhound Lines ................... 44,791,319 1,759,625 46,550,944 15,519,768 178906 15,698674 80 705 1.207 .418 .357
Teohe Greyhound Lines .......................... 18,759,449 949,797 19,709,246 6,041,438 113,112 6,154,550 76,258 1.310 .422 .351
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Northland Greyhound Lines, Ino. ................ 31,355,527 2,943,479 34,299,006 7,888,376 311,262 8,199,638 65,597 1.441 .363 .369
MID-WESTERN REGION
Greyhound Corp. Overland Greyhound Lines Div. 32,812,381 10,531 1,285,171 34,108,083 6,238,379 144,394 6,382,773 81,853 2.121 .403 .397
SOUTNBESTERN REGION
Continental Bue System, Ino. .................... 18,991,320 7,820 ,19 583 206 3 708 731 46,916 3,71 56 67,613 1.51 .320 .305
Continental Southern Lines, Ino. ............... 19,598,447 21,682 1,00,944 21 021 073 ,879 919 8, 537 56 ,7 202 1.304 .30 .319
Missour Pacific Transportation Co............ 15,756,774 721,369 399 435 311 16,913,853 3, 23,361 1,00oo1,093 36652 6106 82, 98 1.111 .241 .277
Southwestern Greyhound Lines, Ino ............ 179 750 14 1,796,248 45,976,012 ?7,048,691 14,125 7:193816 96,043 2.542 .406 .358
Transcoontinental Bus System, Ino. .............. 38,009,408 21,919 1,380,809 39,412,136 7,096,207 129,845 7,226,052 54,330 1.655 .309 .326
PACIFIC REGION
Northwest Greyhound Lines ...................... 14,312, 420 733,447 15,045,867 5,137,802 204,013 5,341,815 57,022 1.190 .427 .402
Poio Greyhound Lines ........................ 87,508,525 12,415,728 3,449,018 10,373,271 15,634,21 17,199,863 602,879 33,436,954 105,179 2.264 .405 .365
PacficGrehoud8Lnes............ 3 15,634,2 12 L71983 0,?

4 Deficit or other reverie ites.
Basio figures include expenses of operating vehicles In intercity and in local services; these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of average revenue and expenses per interoity vehiole-aile are therefore subject to qualificantion, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MuTOR wAMS- Or PASSENGERS FO RE TUAR ENDED DEOEDMER 31, 1953 77

TABLE 56.-ABSTRACT Or SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS MiAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER 1a,Soo,000 1953 BT DISTRICT AND REGION

OpertingreveuesTotal
Number Total Operating Eeey Net Net 1*: Ephees Number of vehicles
oeofai Miles of assets (not Passenr revenue aotl (including carrier after Average Average
NAM Of Carrier carriers regular including Interoity sightseeing All Total depreciation, number Total operated in
repre- routes intangible service Local and other or operating operating Income taxes (middle of ompens- Interity alone of
scented property) (regular service special revenues revenues taxes, and month tion service (re year
setdroutes) ___0___ sevO ________ coun)_-_______r
districts total taeery.i-----e.. a
Lii e -tota.................. 7 $59,416,214 $5,960.922 $74,977,333 $2,608,912 $746,935 $84,294,102 $81,821,050 $2,473,052 $867,745 12.685 $51,624,420 228 4,926
eastern district total ............. 5 53,240,430 5,960,922 69,342,114 2,453,975 720,067 78,477,078 76,118,922 2,358,156 847,368 11,839 48,192,018 228 4,586
New England region ...........2 14.603,600 134,581 19,879,065 431,726 172,191 20,017,563 19,524,370 1,093.193 643,980 3.165 12,129,411 6 1.360
Middle Atlantic region ............. 2 37,063.903 5,826,341 46,880,683 1,993,988 535,196 53,236,208 54,179,843 1,056.365 132,023 8,356 34,633.785 222 3.097
Central region...................... 1 1,572,927 2,582,366 28,261 12,680 2,623,307 2,414,709 208,598 71,365 318 1,42 8.22 129
southern region .......................2...26,175,784 5,635,219 154,937 26,868 5,817,024 5,702,128 114,896 20,377 846 3,432,402 -340

Western district total ...................-
Northwestern region ........-
Mid-Western region.........
Southwestern region...............
Rocky Mountain region .............
Pacific region ....................
NEW ENGLAND REGION
onneotiout Co. ................................ 9,603,341 10,561,518 270,782 87.537 10,919,837 10,519,248 400,589 65,020 1,665 6,482,787 *667
aetern Massaohusetts Street Railway Co. ....... 48 5,000.259 134,581 9,317.547 160,944 84,654 9.697,726 9,005,122 692,604 578,960 1,500 5,646,624 6 693
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
ublic Service Coordinated Transport ........... 1.227 35,516,428 5,795,824 44,478,30 1,888,310 468, 52,631,167 1,568,100 1,063,067 135,014 7,962 33,003,199 217 2,
renton Transit ................................ 95 1,547,475 30,517 2,402,378 105,678 66,68 2,605,041 2,611,743 & 6.702 d 2,991 394 1,630,586 5 147
CENTRAL REGION
hicago and Calumet District Transit Co., Inc... 120 1,572,927 2,582,366 28,261 12,680 2,623,307 2,414,709 208,598 71,365 318 1,428,822 129
SOUTHERN REGION
lexandria, Baroroft and Washington Transit Co. 2,299,923 3,187,411 105,052 11,900 3,304,363 3,347,600 4 43.217 4 485 1963.185 215
oinnati, Newport & Covington Ry. Co 3875,861 2,447.808 49,885 14.968 2,512,661 2,354,528 158.133 '0,578 361 1,68, 817 125





78 STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953

TABLE 56.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING ITEMS INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS ENGAGED IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $2,500,000 1953 -Continued BY DISTRICT AND REGION


Vehiole-miles (loaded and empty) Number of revenue passengers carried
Owned and leased Purchased
vOh oLa transportation vehicles All Intercity Charter, M i .e per Revenue per Expense per
NameInterty Interoty service Local sightseeing vehle-- Revenue per ehice v e
Service Local serviot Local other Total (regler eervice and other Total ger pe ovehicle. ve "
(regular service (regular service services routes) Sperual service carrier-All mile-All aile-____________(________ roes 1 _srvie_(eglar seric routes) secial (regular services s ervices All service$
routes) routes) service routes)
All districts total ......................... 16,189,480 140,729,033 4,107,126 161,025,639 14,556,344 575,167,623 5,189,646 594,913,613 71,006 $0.12 $0.523 $0-508
Eastern district total ..................... 16,189,480 130,481,966 3,860,496 150,531,942 14,556,344 536,672,712 4,836,909 556.065,965 71,006 .141 .521 .506
New England region ........................ 278,804 36,425,361 746,032 37,450,197 110,408 147,137,243 1,128,851 148,376,502 46,67 .19 .5 .521
Middle Atlantic region .................... 15,910,676 88,911,274 3,073.817 107,895,767 14,445,936 376,566,6435 3,677,322 394,689.903 71,670 .M .5 .502
Central region ............................... .- 5,145,331 40,647 5,185,978 12,968,824 30,736 12,999.560 .202 .506 .466
Southern region .............................. 10,24?,067 246,630 10,493,697 38,494,911 352,737 38,847,648 .150 .554 .543
Western district total .......................
Northwestern region .........................
Mid-Western region ......................... .....Southwestern region ....................... .- .... --.
Rocky Mountain region ................... .. .- .........
Pacific region ...........................
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Connecticut Co ................................ 21,221,170 520,124 21,741,294 88,859,634 1,020,060 89,879,694 .121 *.02 .484
Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway Co ...... 278,804 15,204,191 225,908 15,708,903 110,408 58,277,609 108,791 58,496,808 46,467 .166 .T17 .573
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Public Service Coordinated Transport ......... 15,816,720 84,703,378 2,885,041 103,405,139 14,402,769 358,220,058 3,232,373 375,855,200 72,888 .1i40 .509 .499
Trenton Transit .............................. 93,956 4,207,896 188,776 4,490,628 43,167 18,346,587 4,949 18,834,703 18,791 .138 .580 .582
CENTRAL REGION
Chicsgo and Calumet District Transit Co., Inc. 5,145,331 40,647 5,185,978 12,968,824 30,736 12,999,560 .202 .506 .46
SOUTPERN REGION
Alexandria, Barcroft and Washington Transit CC- 6,485,478 155,532 6,641,010 18,610,628 295,637 18,906,265 .17 .084
Cincinnati, Newport & Covington Py. Go ....... 3,761,589 91,098 3,852,687 19,884,283 57,100 19,941,383 .126 .652 :611

d Deficit or other reverse item.
Based on intercity service, local service, and charter, sightseeing and other special service.




STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1953









SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA TABLE 57











Selected items of individual carriers having operating revenues over $2,500,000 TABLE 58

79









STAT22TIC8 Or CLASS X 16f00 0222108 OV BOTH PROPWW IM PA1BIMURm* FOR Tax 1362 W 0U)DW 31, 19" 8

TANS. 37.-SOIRT 0F 83.23220 112601 A*10 0123*21 DATA 01JUN6 a?~ B09818013*72AND0 1A88A
Sr D1828109 AND 820202, 1953


All Easern Boathe.m Westo.- R I G 1 0 N a
Item districts dittriolt ragi. district I- mm Central t- Md oub oIIi

Wuebqr of on.,.s represented 18........... i 7 18 7 4 1 2


orrent assets Total ............. 06,041.90? 49,194.61* $1,734.355 4),712,7"3 $1,676.197 m76,55s 0155.069 61474,240 $81,686 I16 4,43
lrl oeaigproperty .... -.... .. 23.075,1 W 22.7 ':26,:01 1:5~2 -7,nd = k ,4go9 441,116 4
8.er for depreciionO 0 .annrileatIon ...... 13.532.170 5.92 no 1o 176 21 4. .159., 21 3363i'lI 3 -:6 1
Net Carrie" operating proprty ......... 9.543o6"0 3,801,367 2,307,727 3.413,546 2.988,898 676.428 137.1**" 1,660,980 ".,781 61.807 k14 01

Care prt~ rtlerty leased to othr.0 .....
Reeorve for depranlt on end amortization .........
Roonie r property 1627 26,6 7.82683eerefor deprecia.ti.o IN 162,91 04 12.822g 15-:01
Total tangible property 1.ss rae"r* ....... 9M26,989 3.920.636 2.379.767 5.433.5"6 3,106.767 676,4824 137,845 1,660,980 96,781 6461,681> 2,10)#08
Intangible property:
Organisation, fraoohios, permits 00d other .:1.g 1,335.556 242:26* 65.3 1,20 .936 122,798 2.822 34,9O 6."233
Rose,,.~~~~~~ fo orialn089, 637.376 17,60 22290 63 .376 31000- ,IS.
Total Intangibie property l0.0 reserv..........1,163,789 698,180 62;864 802,785 M7.560 11979 2,82.2 121,921 6,394 $1,300 223>,190
InveOstment securities end advance@ Total1..............21.0,*10 531.456 157,134 29,820 6,559 86,897 's 2.2"9 17,386 10,135
Deferred debits Total1................................530,011. 181.165 20.1.63 328,386 176,736 9485 3,4*64 3 0,221 1,287 6,038 226,680
$pootl funds end fasoolleoOO debits Total.......... 411.827 397,1.53 13,885 589 3971853 -4
Total asset* .............................. .20,114,956 7.885.739 4.361.468 7.907.71. S.99272 1,560,750 34*5,71? 3.289.621 203,1866 1.5182,706 1,07,,914
LX*2ILM ITI 1
Current liabilities Total.......................... 3,872,656 1,260.664 770,651 1.841,34.1 995,690 234.711 30,263 790,200 32,777 514,831 497,53)
Advanoes payable Total .....................I........2,803,309 1,050,963 200,000 1,552,34 1,050,963' -4.-992 50,5000 59,766 509.566
34 ipeotand other long.torm obligationst
aq.pet obligations ............................. 1.322,796 01.j561 760,789 79 1.0d61 78,891
2o062 .08 other long..term obligations ................392,227 16 .927 25,300 200,00N 121,927 -- 200,000
Tot.l equipment and other bong-teow, obligations 1,715,025 650,1.22 786,04.8 278,893 650,.88- 276.895
Deferred credits Tot.a............................... 29,016 28,850 132 438 2.863 25,967 to-26 37 is 23..J 160
Reserve tor i0rn o mas injuries, loss and
d"=go! end other Total .................. .........419,385 33",217 8,1l" 77,9891 330,314 2.933- 6,7 7.4*16 3,671
Capl stock and ,,onoorporatse apitall
Capital stock Total ......... I....................5,502,50* 2,896,260 1,014,000 1.99.2.1 1,774,650 600,000 121.610 .. 55,000 5,000 683.318 759,900
Sole propristarshl, capital...........................
Partnershipowapita. .....................
Total capital stock end noneoorporat* capital 5... 5508,50* 2,896,260 1,014,000 1,998,284 1.774.650 600,000 111,610 50,000 5,000 683,3481b 759,900
Unappropriated surploet
Unearneod surpl................................. 1 07.92 260,251 17,7 8,0 251.751 16,925 36789
Earned surplus ................................... ,S. 59.131 1.765,416 1.582,892 21112 i 21128 697,139 LJUl,902 669.004 98,747 277.322 1.486.15
Total unappropriaed surplus .................... 5,767,061 2,025,66? 1,582.892 2,152,902 1,4,624 697.139 l3.86" 669,001. 109,672 277,5821 1,102,908
Total 1iabili1i2s0........................... 20,114,956 7.64F5,739 4,361,1.60 7,907,789 5,99272 1,560,750 355717 3,289,621 203,.466 1,5428,70828,871,958
INCOME3 82TZ36312
Carrier Oeration 20,000
operating revenues$
Property serviceFreight revomnue-ommom earrlor.........2,76,3 5,775,36-1 .3604,826 14,3~(' 8,505,126 1,25.418 ?.$a* ,5,8 179,190 3,2.8 2.670.033
70.1501 rwveooe -Comtrwt woare...........87,129 325,009 111200
Freight revouo-Loool oertago...................1,02,105 671,956 23,569 786,560 397,389 33,71 28090 WS 1.1*,7 74,59; 77,52060 187,917
loterolty raoapw atoo for other Olsn I
Rotor Care ....- ..........
Other operating revenue ...........................407,376 263,269 633 143,471. 26,6I5 101* 058 1.951 119,092 11,877
Total property service ...... ................ 26,212,606 6,710,566 3,958,639 15,547,361 5,165,631 1,266,232 276,703 0 ,796,617 355,7*7 3,565,100 869,817
Pa@Meegr seorvie
Pon or al reeu..............................9,1,5 5,7,6$,6817 151801,9.8 7"61 18710 1zo57 3205 111,900 1,227.2"
Spoe bus rovon,,..............................801165 5628 1337 1691 38.19 591*5 9.8 883 M 550 5,
All other operating revenue--PaseseO.rl>e. 1,033,956 207,616 8196 3,36 7.72 .73 0621 39 32,525 MAN82 12,
Total pessenger serwilte.....................11,251,661 3.91*0.284 3.173,890 2,137,887 4,857,537 863,233 218,914 2091076 70,557 34827 1,508,1.27
Total operating revenuese.............1.....57,864,267 12,650,870 7,128,129 17.68S.268 10,023.168 2.130,065 1*7,637 0.9003,693_ 426.30* 3,935,087 4,336,284
Opration end altemmfloe exponesm
Prow iyt end 0matenano.................. we1,8 864,201 878,04 19866 70,1$3,2 6,967 1,015,100 42,576 674.,578 257,413
Troeetation ........................ ...102408 3,094,811 1,372,616 ,0,81 2,;""'695 sJ:O.00 160,~ 3,807,237 226,2 9 1,449, 1,511,701
fea-l........................413,., 1,055,615 750.321 2,.607,55 0202 s 930 W. a.062,01 17,41 3700-g 226011
taf ..............................1*8204 98,195 71,270 .9.13 87 2- 151 1 1.933 76,28
ra o. ad safety ...........................1, ,1*::24 387,166 21 f 6407 60 "; 0* h8911:3,1 71:1
*aizlotrative, ad general ...................... 1,378,516 202,486 2 5,861 64 0?? 2,637 :3 51618 al7;04 ID 25 1332,157 1 1
Total Property service.......................22,207,011 5,776,478 3,252,779 13,175,756 4,55,722 957.74 265,305 7,771,96 319,0180 2,836.569 2,2186575

I alpet meintenance amd #Wage..........2583,007 1,533,5 529.675 479,.776 1,21.6,028 2786 8,5 39586 9.92 69,250 3*0.946
TransportatIon................... 4,33,3: ,7,3 2,6 3,2 2,020,040 899,502 8,5 6 ~ 15666 16034 5,55.
Sttin........................72,670 291, 67 05; ~ 265 6,5 172 533 -7 25 2,9 198,695
Preffl, 2oiialn nda2rilg04 1 0 3;8'15 106.1 a 8,573 2,96111 2,1011
Ilu an nd saety .......................~,o 'Z47 1191 a 64
laoetaive and general ........................826625 ss5ss 42,9 1 627 08:9~ :534 ,71 9:9 : ~ r 34
Total pasenger service.....................9,379,334 5,253,308 2,272,520 1,653,506 8,269,996 807,714 175,5960 161 4 98,212 5u8.791 1,34,327
total--fperaticOen "aeaintoenne expenes -. 1,56.345 11,031,782 5,523.199 15,'029,264 6.82,1 17511 *990 ,6772 31,4 ,1530 51,9
as* footnotes at ad, or table.







82 StTIT22 OF GLASH I MOTOR CARRIERS OF ROTH FROPMMT AND PASSENGERS FOR THE TEAR ENDED DMOOER 31, 19"3

TABLE 57. --SOSARY OF $ELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS Cont1nued BT DISTRIOT AND REGION. 1953


All fastore Southern Westerno R_____ ZG_1_0_ N


1100142 STATEMEhT ContinuedA
G0rio1 Operatin Inome, continue
Dercito ozoo,............. $1.903,106 $686, 41 $542.423 6676,4 $561,105 0100.881 616,155 286,772 $31,5 1106,492 6249.823
lotion1115 .ajustmn. ...................... .. dooo 2' 18 is0 a 50.870 p 's81 2:263 4 10.,95! .2j 680 a 1.7
AmaP61os15 IM 28.1 chreal to operation ... ~: --i1 6 kt 16 682 .322
Op..erainorsoa. and licenses .... 2,8 060 754,:412 53192 1, 1666 578,128 146,288 29,996 52.933 38.960 280,981 3"5.792
oprting ,..,,6ota (Passnger orw) ..... 1:805 17,24 1,..,.,3 4 69 17241 661,296
,Tta6.1 eme .90 ..................... 36,131.683 1t,503,840 6,661,82j; 16,966,018 9,985,511 2,014,5931 503,736 ____ 8,758,490 430,112 3.512,153 4,265,263
Not operating revnue......- ........... 1.332,584 147.030 466,061 719,25 37,657 115,472 r-A09 247,203 d. so0 402,874 72,981
IA..: Of d1st1nct operating Unit-e .....0........ 513 53 53
Lsso or distinct operating uni-Credit.................9,323 9,160, 31 132. 9.160 -- 132
No arre O per eating 1na0 ........-....... 1,341,854 156.190 466,335 719,329 46,817 115,472 1 6,09 247,2o3 d 3.808 402,674 73,060
Other Garina,'y Immne
I os"hs nowsir'1ero' peatloa-Met... ..............4,484 5,096 d 6..... 1,09622 7
KZom in s. .. ...................-......... .....1,2 ,7 ,5
Lee=*0 los......................... 5,3775 -- 5.775 5,775
other nosnoe.atIog &noos*.............................. 37,795 10.090 27,705 8 97- 9,193 ----Total. other ordlnai7 Incoe........................ .8478 20,959 30,689 6,830 10,125 10,834 24 5,7771 252 777
drove ordinary loss*,........... I.................. 1,40,.332 177149 497,024 726,159 56.942 115,472 4,735 247,227 1,969 403,126 73,837


Inow'o8.............................. ....... ....... 163,779 76,438 43.573 43,768 76,438- 40,991 8 2,695 74
A,% tiaon~s of debt 61so01,ot and expense ............
Alwrt1,.tlsn of preium o debt-Gred61... ...............
Other deductions.......... ........ ................... 42,150 27,646 5,631 8,873 27,644 2 5,312- 3,277 284
total deduc10tiso ordinary 1ncome ........1........205,929 104,084 49.204 52.841 184,082 2 -46,303 a 5,972 358
Not ordinary Income....................- 1,194.483 73,065 447,820 6703,518 A 7,4 115,470 4.735 200,924 1,961, 397,154 73,479
Extraordinary Income.
Extrordinary Inose credits...........................27128 966 23,969 2,193 738 228 -1,9381 238
Virtmordlnary lnoms, obarges ............... 6,1667 771 5,363 533 338 433 -1- 532
Delayed Inos, credits ................ 1 14,90 go -- 14,905
De1ayed Jons, Charges............... .................. 2:921 2,928A 2,928 ;
tot.1 extraioarFMIc ......... ... 32,438 d ,733 18,606 16,565 d ,528 d 25 -1,937 17 d a....9 14,905
N.t 0000.. before Inomeo taes ................. 1,226,841 70,332 486,426 690,083 d 49.668 115,265 4,735 202,861 1,978 396,860 88,384
Inomse 'taes............................ ... ....... 619,263 58,696 221,993 338,574 58,024 672 109,379 709 207,585 20,901
11110 lnoe..................... ................... 607,578 11,636 244,4331 351,509 A 49.668 57,241 4,0631 93,482 1,269 189,275 67,483
Operating ratio I/............. ......... (Percent) 96.44 98.86 93.46 95.93 99.62 94.58 101,23 97.24 100.89 89.71 98.32
DIVIDEND APPROPRIATIONS1 AND WITHDRAWALS
01*105Mm............ ....................... ........ 1469,916 $2,003 14,000O 063,913 $ 2,003 4 55.003 68,910
Withdrawal.................. ..........................
total d1ivid.ens an wthdr'aals................... 69,916 2,003 4,000 63,913 2,003 -- 55,003 8,910
NIZVMMU EQ'IPRENT OWNED AT CLOSE OF YEAR
Property veo15ng 4
Trucks -No.6.. of unit.............681 169 10 )7062 125 11 33 -219 22427
-Cost.............. .......1,689,815 $484,130 0415,1 7044 0350.791 $47,43 685,906 $ 453,602 6649 607 209.306
Truck trcor Wumber or units............ ..8 38 226 130 492 171 T4 11 71634 7622 83
G0o........................ 613,988,386 $1,153, 012 $634,062 $2,201,312 f904,642 6230,1 $l,~ is $1 7P $3,67 392,604 143,28
N0ottrall.w. Number of u01its. 1390 3961 212 782 28 97 z a65 58
Cos 0.............. ....6,003 69243 *742.454 6206,3 6s46 46331,621 616,168 $1 *125495 044355 624 ,941 6521,245
lull trallers hbor or unit............... .....7 1 6 1 5
-0 Ct.......................19,5 r 301 666 4877 61,27
Othier .quipmeo -o~ Gl. .......................$106,7 V.07 66,782 663 $1,8 196 69 7,021 1 1,1 58,50

Or45 51 Vhl. 595 376 1 j 117 #1 3102 293 40,61 2 -163 72
cost .... ..................... $8,976.251 65,181,791 6211017 6163443 *4,326,447 67 945 61739 26,53 654.871 636,6460 61.305,79
MIPLOIE. AND CONIENIATION
porspl04y .15.1
AIerog. number.............3,335 983. 492 1.877 178 50 1,201 42 371 244
Tol.1 sspn.10...............1 4.74 0,073.41 $1.865,67 68,106,8 632395 64,23 61,9 5,216,817 $167,133 $1,694.378 61,028,554

A_."3g -Wbe?.................. .........1,8 850 285 16 8 2 6 -28 1
Tot.1losepsosalls,. .... ....*4,08,3 #3,725946,141,0 69,2 2,7813 *40,4 1406 7.5 1,0 6,1 16

So .t..ot.. at of table.






STATISTICS or cLAss I 110801 CAROIZUII OF BOTH 1'ROPETI AND PASMFIGER 10O1 THE YEAR~ IRD DONIU 31, 1953 6

TABLE 5?.-SIMXAP OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA CARRIERS Or BOT FRPERZ AND0 P?688U8E -Cotne
BY DISTRI0T AND 21010K, 193


item All Eastern S.uthern West*-n it U OX I a N
districts cistrio st -ia district ce Midl


OPERATING STAT18TIt0--PROPERTY SERVICE
Tehlele-ies operated In intemlty revenue service
(loaded and eapty)t
Truck* sod tractors:
Oned v.4101o........... 32 072,914 6,486,448 6,062,848 19,522,634 1,126,940 1,274,434 a5.074 l1 1 o 75)O*92 31 :1 273
Ranoted without drivers ... 6,432,:6 2 911,487 74o 5:2:3 6?4&,zA 237:35 2:6a12
Rented with drivers -.::2,63.......631 28,060 927,994 1, 83.57 28,0r60 37:, 765 -0, Ce ]L4
Orlveoway .............
Total ails operated--All, vablo1.. In
Intercity highway service ........ 41,144,247 7.425,995 6,991,5821 26,726.670 5,829,1341 1,511,787 85.074 1 116,112,9 1 30,052 .478413. .5

Mi100--asil a-d water services ........ .... 101,817 93,51-4 8.303 "3,514 8 3Tons of revenue freight carried in Intercity service Ll 1,687,060 453.349 303,789 929,922 340,70) 83.074 29,572 415.945 42,207 39.6 3.0
Tom-allee-Interelty revenue savviest
Rlail and water Carrier services .......... ,32,799 246942 3 2,833,452 1,46,3 5

Total ton-e11es-!ntereity revenue freight 3/ ... 225,835,787 26,212,069 47,356,141 152,267,577 20,340.988 5,648.995 222,086 79,161,64 3,550,9?6 1.664,55 2.9.2
Freight revenue from intercity service ...............*24,363,125 $5.775,361 83,930,417 814,657,347 $4,505,126 41,232,1,14 037,821 8,339.246 4279,11" 3.368,750 fa,6 .oi3
OPERATING ffTATt8T108--PA5SENGTR SERVICE
Bus-miles operatedt Io revenue service (1eaded
end empty):
Owed vehiclesBuosses operated -Intercity service
(regular routes).....2Z,690,43 13,314,388 5,992,416 3.383629 -,6,0 ,2,0 2,8 60),709 15.844 276,196 205431a
-Local servioe......... .. 666,841 657.125 159 9.88- 753 979C harter, cightsiog and
other peoi.1 -trvoo 1,616,990 967,310 321,629 328,059 789,777 149,806 27,727 90,947 1,152 228,60
Wobbleo.operatted exclusively' In baggage, ml
sepre a. end/er newspaper service..........708,974 708,974-
Total buw~aloe.-enAd vehleoe ...25,683,249 14,938,823 7,023,019 3.721,407 11,253,367 2,973,012 712,444 694,656 169,563 289,4* 2.567.0
Leased vehile.:s
Busses operated Iotoreitl serwiol
(regular routes) ..........5,460,322 1,022,127 2,076,701 2,361,494 1,022,127 -- --- 480,410 1,881,984
Lola service........
-Charter, sIghtseeing and
other special service .. 193,993 732 19),261 ?32 -- 37.277 155,984
Wehiols operated eclusively in baggage .0.11,
exprecs and/or newspaper oervloe, .... ---- ----Total bue-miles-Lamed vecles... 5.654,315 1,022,859 2,076,701 2,554,755 1.022.859 -- 517,687 2.037,068
Purobaeed transportation:
Busses operated Interoity wervios
( regular routes)..........277.121 111,154 150,958 15,0 98,439 12.715 2,226 2,P4 6,809 3,240
-Local Garvinc. ................875 8759 0175
-Charter, sightseeing and
other special service 21,587 14,910 1,581 5,96 1.10 -- -4,096 -- 1,000
Vehicle. operated exolusively In baggage mail.
express, and/or newspaper servie............28,082 28,080 -- --- 28,080
Total osa-Mies-.urobaed transportation 327,663 126,064 152,539 49,060 113.349 12,715 6,322 3,609 34,889 4,24o
Grand total ,bus.eile, operetedi in4,94 60.4
revenue service........... ......... 31,665,227 16.087,746 9.252.259 6,325,222 12,389,575 2,985,727 712,444 700,978 173,172 84,2 6918
Passengers ,rewenue'oarried.
Regular route Intercity cries...................14,822,148 11.659,172 2,137,670 1,005,306 8,457,440 2,763,202 436.330 o 133,68) 39,838 75,922 755,063
Local service 1................ .,0,313 1.893,268 10,045 1,820,830 ; 72,438 10,04.5
Charteor. .ihsen n te aei erle44393 355,331 53,501 55,561 285.956 64.174 5,201 -q& 1)36 3 3,922 32,243
Pasanger-ailes--Regular route Intercity service 3/ .. 38,71,798 17$.943,450 122,448,455 87,279,893 137,925,387 31,440,113 6,577,950 2.558,779 926,019 4,183,651 79,611,448
Passenger revenue:
Regular route Intercity service ...................89,163,208 05,034.735 82,588,18? $1,540,8 640620 $9,16#5,4 1059 $0,501 6111,900 01,227,266
Local earvIoa........... .......................252,645 241,131 :11.51 2,366 6 11 36,654 #18011,91
Charter,"nsighteseing and other special service 801,830 456,8021 143,35 2 01,691 388,16 9 59,445 9,188 28.438 137 1.5,505 137,611

D:p~ Oset r other reverse iem.
Toa 'fpoe (Including depreeiatioonaortlatio,opratilg %"Geo and rents) divided by total operating revenuee.
I~ neludes duplications oo account of tonnage received from concocting Class I motor carriers. Int *cse instane#, the tona.mla or paseeng-er-les were designated as *estlaatedtd







84 WUtSOS O AI =U 30M0 CRRIAMS OF 302M 120T AIDn im 702IUS -O US~ must NOW RO 31. 19.53

TA=1 5S.-ABSTU Of 0 53.32W 1IANJJI AND 0128*2KWS ZIUU IUDIYID1YA 0--22 01 3021 71013 AMD PAISUB ROM13 0123"12 ann OV 2,500,00, 1953
BY Dr52210 AMD 3310


Vai.ilb. ttl ____________ Operating revenues ______ perting swaeso 14%___Gas ofu"' Frt?_____-e reigh0t ""tioo Pasenger service fotal Amfttem 1.2L. smammmati@S Total srir &o
NO fcrirlar rl- tss..- Inthagilo Sm. ALl 101a Aln Opertin end. operat- operating prsi Ime
Plop Paomr at gar Poety) sortier-- ether rom butn otbl inyma property Possessor usg tones mesos m taxes
Noe arty oaro Passagar -. properLV ""Me___ __"oo"____ rnt

All district* total ....... 6 #n,,,, u.805.8" 147.656,305 *1,219.1076 06.269,923 $331.362 $3a0-857 *U-0790j $u,1.143.60 4S."92437 $2,910,519 $25.307.00 VO93 3.
Maters district total .... 2 4. 10,33,1)1 4.,107,663 443036 3,592.313 382,-34 120.36 80770054 44,216,656 3,575032 993,099 6,746,M8 23.267 _L
Mae 24u rqo ............ 1,2".13 40,107,663 603.36 3.592.313 362,366 120.3b16 8.770,050 10,21656 3,575,032 953o899 8,746,7 23,267 4L .41M&
XUAIO Atlantis rgiR..... ------- -- -----Outal region ................ -- -monikeos, roe OR .............. 2,056.602 2,622,08 109 1.36.03 55,708 16,212 10.160.010 2.278,848 1.036.366 522,867 3.838.101 322,539 151.661
festor. district total ..... 3 --- 551,00 10.926.610 404.061 1,201027 173.201 110.299 13,057209 9.9160 1,381.039 1.4*3353 126762.252 295,097 l143,709
Uortusowtoznregs ---- -MI-Vestsw, rlot ........ 3,167,700 6,339316 107,7 180,599 26.03; 3 9,005,693 7.771.56 158,10 622711 8.7381904 2A7,203 93.W;2
thuvesterm regoon ...........-- --- -ba b matesa regio ....... --- --pagifie PreoA .............. 2.3117.381 ,587,266 118,790 1.060.4a2 1"162 110,260 410.,56 2.170,560 10223.293 605.805 4.,003,662 17,891 50,21?

ne3 1.AUID Jw101
beta.s A Rain. fta.prtAtion 06..... A Jatoraity 1,336 M0 1,295,213 623,763 16,68 1.5402,9740 195,602 106.195 2,557.4012 709, 1.56"91 208652 ,11871,1 3.585
ser macuai transportstleon 0 .... A latereity 2,161 1,117 2938,00 3,083,900 1090,08 2,0119,339 106,760 76,151 6.,260 3,59,105 2.0070338 686,"10 6,20,890 7,752 a 6LRM


tinies grai 140re, ~. ........ A Ilttoiatt? IO 1.38 1071 2,056,.8 262 2,6n010 109 1.336.583 0.7408 111.211 01261 2,276.86 1,036,366 522,867 3,838,101 322.53f 151,66


Price* 2unportatie, Gos...... A Intercity 3.406 140 1.186.626 3,111,335 100,1147 87,761 28,035 30 3,327,731 2,969,829 83,0110 282,826 3,335669 !A......iaaflM.
Baok Island Motor transt 0e. ..............A Intercity 6,0409 98 1,9810740 5,2011 357.,1240 92,818 9 5,677,92 1801.767 75,132 5105,922 5,1022,82 255,110 99,537
PACIPIC 3303I

Sasa 70 tronspertation, go................ A Intorcity 1,555 1.205 2.3107.30 2,587,268 1108,79 1.060.402B 1101,810 126810"t 4052155 2.,1704 1,223,293 605,805 1,003.62 1707,90 50,22





STATISTICS OF OLASS I MOTOR CURIES OF BOTH PROPgT &AN PAESnM S MR SW IMR Dw muo0m 31, 1953

TABLE 58.-STaOT Or Ssorso FINANCoA AND Op ATIoG T=s INDIVXWAL CARRIERS o RoTe PaOPnTy AMD PASSEGnS Ranas OPXaTIN RE Gn OVa $2.500,000 1953 DeatA.ed BT DIsTor AD RGION


o hicles owned at P r Pat Tons of ae Twam
Average number Total compesation 0 Vehicles rented Miles oper- Oaed and Pfras re Touniles- rateretti
ea of carrier Tracks Owned ated- leae& carried Int7o tty servcerLoca
Freight Passenger Freight Pass age hiss Yhicles Without With hiw aole in rei (regular service
track- waterregular Interct ots
service service service service d drivers drivers service / soies routes) regular

All districts total ...................2,481 819 $10,455,823 $2,966,237 1.152 344 22,699,469 32a9,835 2,521,156 28,510,460 101,817 16,893.222 37,147 1,130,115 141,878.669 9,162,401 1 011 864 257.451.860

Eastern district total ............... 692 574 2.987.227 2,307434 252 224 4,334,864 674,134 25.580 5,034.578 93.514 8,948,840 31,681 313.464 19,000,683 7,778,096 1,011,864 113,592.042
New Enland region ................. 692 574 2,987.227 2,307.434 252 224 4,334.864 674,134 25.580 5,034.578 93.514 8,948,840 31.681 313,464 19,000,683 7,778,096 1,011,864 115.591,842
Middle Atlantic region .............
Central region ....... ............... .
Southern region ........................ 356 133 1,261.448 525,161 194 39 2,654,831 908,867 3,563.698 3.622.509 129,020 23,319,075 666,074 63.951.335

Western district ..................... 1.433 112 6,207,148 133,642 706 81 15,709,774 2,615,701 1,586,709 19,912,184 8.303 4.321.873 5,466 687.631 99,558,911 718,231 77,907.683
orthwstern region .................--*
id-Veutern region .................. 1,201 31 5,216,817 74.551 554 21 13,122,409 2,615.701 374,489 16,112,599 8,303 603.709 2,226 455,945 78,119.062 133,683 6,437,089
Southwestern region ...... ...... .
Rocky Mountain region ................ .
Pacific region ...................... 232 81 990,331 59,091 152 6O 2.587,365 1,212.220 3,799,585 3.718.164 3,240 231,686 21.439,849 584,548 71.470,594

ONr JWI. RaEO
Boston & Maine Transportation o. ...... 124 259 510,264 957.832 56 97 686,173 23,608 709,781 3,771,867 21,830 62.378 4,192536 3.757,629 1,011,864 49.964,582
New Egland Transportation Co. .........568 315 2,476,963 1.349,602 196 127 3,648.691 674,134 1.972 4,324,797 93.514 5,176,973 9.851 251,086 14,808,14? 4,020,467 65,628,260
SOTHERN EGION
Taisani Trail Tours, Inc ............... 356 133 1,261,448 525.161 194 39 2.654.831 908,867 3,563,698 3,622.509 129,020 23,319,075 666,074 63.951.335
MID-WaSTAN 310101
Frisco Transportation Co. .............. 460 24 1,782,694 38,180 176 17 2,930,285 2,613.580 373.499 5.917.364 306.757 234,907 38,907,343 85,145 3.982,816
Rock Island Motor Transit O. .......... 741 ? 3,434,123 36.371 378 4 10.192,124 2,121 990 10,195,235 8,303 296.952 2,226 221,038 39.211,719 48.538 2.454,273

PACIFIC EION
Santa Ne Transportation o. ............ 232 81 990.331 59,091 152 60 2,587,365 1.212,220 3,799,585 3.728,164 3,240 231.686 21,439,049 04,48 71,470,594

A6 Deficit or other reverse utem. *U. S. GOMRMENT PRIMING unICE 1614-AS711
RAN R*glar route Schedaled service.
The ales shown may contain duplinations on aeco=nt of deal operations.
No DrIveawymiles reported.
Includes duplications on amount of tonne received from connecting Class I motor carriers.











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