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Statistics of class 1 motor carriers for the year ended December 31 ...
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Dec. 31, 1938-
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Issued 1938-1941 by the Bureau of Statistics, Interstate Commerce Commission; 1942- issued by the Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Planeographed.
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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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I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISION BUREAU OF STATISTICS





STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTORCARRIERS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER31

--1910




COMPILED FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY AND MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGER FILEDWITHTHE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION




-WASHINGTON, D.C. STATEMENT NO. 11216

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. - Price 30 cents
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THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


JOSEPH B. EASTMAN, Chairman
CLYDE B. AITCHISON
CLAUDE R. PORTER
WILLIAM E. LEE
CHARLES D. MAHAFFIE
CARROLL MILLER
WALTER M. W. SPLAWN
JOHN L. ROGERS
J. HADEN ALLDREDGE
WILLIAM J. PATTERSON
J. MONROE JOHNSON
W. P. BARTEL, Secretary










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau Of Statistics




Statistics Of 01880 1 Motor Carriers, 19140




CONTENTS


Table Title Page Table Title Pg
no. no. no. o

CARRIERS OF PROPERTY -Continued
Introductory statement ............................ 3
10 Income statement:
CARIRSOFPRPETYA. Common and contract carriers engaged preponderantly Iintect
CARRIRB O PROPRTYaervioce operating owned equipment principall
( Summer; of sactio na B end MC....;; ............
S.Common carriers engaged preponderantly inW1.c~
I Summary of selected financial and operating data. Carriers engaged owned equipment principally .............................2
preponderantly in intercity service ....................................... 4 and 5 C. Contract cariere engaged preponderantly in Intercitysrie prtn
2 Summary of selected financial and operating data. Carrier, engaged owned equipment principally ......................I.........9
preponderantly In local service.......................................... 6 and 7 11 Operating taxes and licenses, and provision for imea xes:
A. Common and contract carriers engaged prepondeantlyin Itrct
3 Selected balance-sheet Iteme. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service, operating owned equipment principally.
service, operating owned equipment principally ...............(Summary of Emtion. B and C. .. ....,>........... 30
B. Common carrier. engaged preponderantly In interq ysevcoprtn
4 Investment In carrier operating property. Carriers engaged preponderantly ,owned equipment principally......................3
In intercity service, operating owned equipment principally ....................9 0.Cntract carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service prtn
owned equipment principally..................... ........ 3
5 Investment in carrier operating property, loe reserve for depreciation and
amortization. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Interoity service, 1 prtn e~ m
operating owned equipment principally .......................................10 12 Operatn rvnuestatcaresegae:rpndrnl nnect
servic, operating owned equipment principally.
6 evnu euimet wnd.Nube o uit ad os:.Sumry of section B and C.......3
A. Comneeqmnt arre Nfugeer feits and commtie oteShn.eea Common carrier, engaged preponderantly In intacity mervi;;,,P;ii
A. Comon cariers f geneal freght ad commditiesotherthan gneradow equipmenmet principal .l............. ......................3
freight and contract carriers, engaged preponderantly In intercity 0. Contract carrier. engaged preponderantly In Intercity service, opertn
service, operating owned equipment principally.oweeqimnprnial...................... 3
( Summary of sections B, C, and D.)..................................... 11oweeqimnprcpal. ..............
B. Common carrier. of general freight engaged preponderantly In interoity123 Oprtoanmitencexns:
servceopeatig oned quimen prnciall ..................A. Common and contract carrier, engaged preponderantly in Intercity
C. Common carriers of commodities, other than general freight, engaged service, operating owned equipment principally.
preponderantly in Intercity service, operating owned equipment (Summary of section. B and C. ........ 33 and 34
principally .......................................................... 13 B. Common carrier, engaged preponderantly in inerit service, operating>
D. Contract carriers engaged preponderantly in Interoity service, operating ond equipment principally ......................................35nd6
owned equipmn prnial.................... l C. contrat carrier. engaged preponderantly In Intercity service, operatn
E. Carrier, engaged preponderantly In local service......................... 15 owned equipment principally.............................. ......... 37 and 39

1i4 Depreciation expense:
7 Revenue equipment installed: A. Common and contract carriers engaged preponderantly In intercity
A. Common carriers of general freight and commodities other than general service, operating owned equipment principally.
freight and contract oarriers,engaged preponderantly in Intercity (summary of sections B and C.)......................................... 39
service,operating owned equipment principally. B. Common carriers engaged preponderantly in Intercity service, operating
( Summery of sections B, C, and D.)..................................... 16 owned equipment principally ...................................... 39
B. Common carriers of general freight engaged preponderantly in Intercity C. Contract carrier. engaged preponderantly In Intercity service, operating
service, operating owned equipment principally......................... 17 owned equipment principally....................................... 4
C. Common carriers of commodities, other than general freight, engaged
preponderantly In intercity service, operating owned equipment 15 Average number,total compnation,and average compensation of employees, by
principally .......................................................... 18s classes. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service, operating 4
owned equipment principally.......... ............1 owe qimn rnial..........................................
E. Carrier, engaged preponderantly In local service......................... 20 16 Operating statistics:
A. Common carriers of general freight engaged preponderantly In Intercity
service, operating owned equipment principally......................... 2
9 Revenue equipment retired: B. Common carriers of commodities, other than general freight, engaged
A. Common carriers of general freight and commodities other than general preponderantly In Intercity service, operating owned equipment
freight and contract carriers, engaged preponderantly In Intercity principally...................................................... 4
service,) oetigondeupetpncaly. C. Contract carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service,
(Summary of sections B, C, and D.).......................21 operating owned equipment principally............................... 44
B. Common carriers of general freight engaged preponderantly In Intercity D. Carriers engaged preponderantly in local service. .........
0.Cservice, operating owned equipment principally ..........................22......
C Common carriers of commodities, other than general freight, engaged 17 Operating statistic,. Carriers reporting revenue ton-miles. Carriers
preponderantly in Intercity service, operating owned equipmentenaeprpneatyIitrcysrve................. 4
principally .......................................................... 23 eggdpeodrnl niiect evc..............
D. Contract carriers engaged preponderantly in intercity service, operating 19 Abstract of selected items of Individual carriers having operating revenues
Cowneda equipment principally........................................... 24 over 6500,000E. Carriers engaged preponderantly In -local service......................... 25 A. Common carriers of general freight engaged preponderantly In Intercity

9. Common carir ofit comdiis mother tquiann general fihnae
9 Nmbr f nis f evnu euimet wndclassified by year of model. preponderantly In Intercity service ...............................
Carriers operating owned equipment principally, engaged preponderantly In C.Contract carriers engaged prepondeaently In interolty service .....
Intercity service .......................................................... 26 0.Corriers engaged preponderantly in 1oa service .............F




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INTERSTATE COJGUMCE OMISSION
Bureau of Statistics




Statistic$ of 01089 1 Motor Carriers, 1940



CONTENTS Continued


Table Title Page Table Title Page
no. no. no. no.
CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS Continued

19 Summary of selected finsnoial and operating data. Carriers engaged 30 OP:rating taxes and licenses, and provision for Income taxes. Carriers
preponderantly In Intercity service ........................................ 54 and 55 ngsg0d preponderantly In Intercity service ................................ 66
20 Summary of selected financial and operating data. Carriers engaged 31 Operating revenues. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service .... 66
preponderantly In loosa or suburban service ................................ 56 and 57 32 Operation slid maintenance expenses. Carriers engaged preponderantly in
21 Selected balance-sheet Items. Carriers engaged preponderantly in Intercity intercity service .......................................................... 67 and 68
service ............. I ...................................................... 58 33 Depreciation expense. Carriers engaged preponderantly In intercity service 69
22 Investment In carrier operating property. Carriers engaged preponderantly
in Intercity service ....................................................... 59 34 Average number, total compensation, and average compensation of employees,
23 Investment In carrier operating property, less reserve for depreciation and by classes. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service .......... 69
amortization. Carriers engaged preponderantly in Intercity service ........ 6o 35 Operating statistics. Carriers engaged preponderantly in intercity service... 70
24 Revenue equipment owned; 36 Operating statistics. Carriers reporting passenger-mlles. Carriers engaged
Number of units and cost. Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity preponderantly In intercity service ........................................ 71
service .................................................................. 61
37 Abstract of selected Items of Individual carriers having operating' revenues
25 Revenue equipment Installed. Carriers engaged preponderantly in Intercity over $500,000:
service ......................... ; .......................................... 62 A. Carriers engaged preponderantly In intercity service ................... 72
26 Revenue equipment retired. Carriers engaged preponderantly in Intercity B. Carriers engaged preponderantly In local or suburban service ........... 73
Bervioe .................................................................... 62
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGER
27 Number of units of revenue equipment owned, classified by year of model.
Carriers engaged preponderantly In intercity service ....................... 63
36 Abstract of selected items of Individual carriers having operating revenues
29 Number of units of revenue equipment owned, classified by seating capacity. over $500,000 .............................................................. 74
Carriers engaged preponderantly In Intercity service ....................... 64
29 Income statement. Carriers engaged preponderantly in intercity service ...... 65 39 Summary of selected financial and operating data ............................. 75.76 and 77









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Statistics


STATISTICS OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS, 1940






INITRODUCTORY STATE gMUT


As authorized by Section 220 of the Interstate Commerce Act, the Interstate Commerce divided to show returns separately for carriers engaged preponder
Commission has required the large common and contract motor carriers Subject to its Juriedic- for those engaged preponderantly in local service. In addi
tion to file quarterly and annual reports, and in the case of passenger carriers monthly reports strict is given for each of the three groups of selected it.
are also required. Summaries of the information In the monthly and quarterly reports have been reporting carriers having operating revenues over $500,00.
regularly published.
The tables relating to property carriers do n e r
The first annual report required was for the calendar year 1938. The returns for that all oases. Tables 1 and 2 cover all reporting carried
year were in many respects defective and only a brief summary thereof was published. The re- io respectively. To permit of significant comparisons
turns for 1939 reflected a considerable Improvement In the completeness and accuracy of the have been excluded from other tables the returns of cc
information requested. A still further Improvement is found in the returns for 1940. They have tion" in an amount in excess of 5 percent of total opr o
been examined and verified In the Bureau of Motor Carriers and the corrected reports form the oases, the number of concerns covered is shown In thefm
basis of the present tabulation. The unusual delay in pulioation is the result partly of the to be restricted to a small number of carriers ow t
extensive correspondence required in correcting the returns and partly of the pressure of other shown by Table 17, only 61 common carriers an 5 c c
work given precedence in the Bureau of Statistics. carried; but to permit of useful comparisons, revenueap,
miles are also given for these 66 carrier .
For reporting and accounting purposes, motor carriers are divided by the Interstate
Commerce Commission into classes according to the amount of their annual gross operating revs- There were some Instances In which the data repor i
nues as follows: Class I, revenues above 100,000; Class II, revenues from $25,000 to $100,000; gasoline consumption, and other statistical Items wer fo
and Class III, revenues less than S25,000. A detailed annual report was required for the year were corrected before tabulation. Those not correteby
1940 only from Class I carriers, and the present tabulation covers only such carriers. The so- carriers, do not affect the final result to any agificant e .
called "exempt" for-hire carriers are not required to file annual reports. fying improvement is noted in the quality of the rurns underth sa
The relative importance of Class I carriers may be determined from the following tabulation of revenues of all motor carriers, other than carriers of both property and passengers, GoBgralioal GrouoIngs Class I M ctor Carier
subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission as to rates and servioee:
1. eW ind Region:
Gross revenues Percent Maine Florida
Class of carrier year 1940 of total Massachusetts Georgia
New Hampshire Kentucky
Property carriers Rhode Island MAissisppi
Vermont North Carolina
Class I ................. $470,1i6,12 2. 14 South Carolina
II and III V1..........31,667,33? Z7.6 Tennessee
Virginia
Total .............. 901,843,463 100.00
Passenger carriers 2. Middle Atlantic Region:
Delawae Mihig n~pper eninsula)
Class I .................... .140,4O1ld 81.17 District of Columbia Minnesota
II and III I/ 2..... ,594 1 :83 Maryland North Dakota
.......oHew Jersey South Dakota
Total g/ ......... 169,923,612 100.00 New York Wisconsin
Pennsylvania Woi
West Virginia
11 Partially estimated. e
7/ Total operating revenues of carriers of both property
and passengers, which are not included in this table, 9,
amounted to $19,427,053 In 1940. Ce Rlo. Md Western Region:
71 nhiota Iowaoni
As may be seen from the table of contents, the Class I carriers have been segregated, Indiana Kansas Nvd
for the purposes of the present compilation, into three groups: Carriers of property, carriers Michigan (Lower Peninsula) Missouri Oreg
of passengers, and carriers of both property and passengers. The first two groups are sub- Ohio Nebraska Wa







TABLE 1.-SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY'j/
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by distrlots and regions
Eastern dietriot Western district
ItTe All To NO Middle Southern Total o y
distriotes Eastern England Atlanetlo Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mo ain Palfi
district region region region district region region region reion region.
Number of carriers represented ...................... 991 608 105 232 271 93 290 42 57 80 Is 93
Total ourrent assets ................................ $48,529,271 $30,060,307 $,527,427 $8,861,263 $16,671,617 $5,131,629 $13,337,335 $1,790,841 $2,201,259 $3,990,487 $32,213 $4,52,535
Carrier operating property .......................... 144,879,53 94,972,o63 16,9 9,623 10,S92,910 37,157,530 13,876,294 46,024,296 5,637,022 5, 0410 10o6,7 4 2 ,870:42
Less. Reserve for depreciation and amortization 71,951, 2 43,02 ,739 9,267,409 6149,399 17,609,931 5,806,684 23,117,739 2,803,760 2,54:8,031 681,94 1
Net carrier operating property.................. 72,928,491 41,952,324 7,711,214 14,693,511 19.547,599 8,069,610 22,906,557 2,833,262 2,892,379 5,380,820 1,644,991 10,155,105
Total intangible property (lees reserve) ............ 10,052,881 3,635,156 804,622 1,475,032 1,355,502 914,185 5,503,540 1,102,402 404,032 1,375,287 301,778 2,3,041
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies;
Motor carriers .................................. .2, 543,692 1,325,455 244,280 160,351 90,924 104,788 1,113,449 8,000 23,j48 28,450 91 625 961 9g6
others.......................................... 2,310,483 876,733 439,047 224:3 8 213338 65,716 1,369,03 54,715 :,U2 1,123,826 3,991
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 409,03 14 521 11,910 4J,683 20,34 02,52 11,874 265,962 24, 000
Others .......................................... 2,093,752 1,073"448 266,2772 1 25 6 ,70qO 2:1 791,195 120,176 49,361 133,307 ... 46....
Total investment securities and advances ...... 7,356,970 3,361,750 950,626 656,575 1,754,549 419,960 3,575,260 195,465 81,261 1,551,545 115,636 1,631,353
Total assets ........................................ 152,575,590 86,585,564 15,565,043 28,595,352 42,425,169 15,622,512 50,367,514 6,825,134 6,482,541 13,516,072 2,990,802 20,552.965
Total current liabilities .......................... 44 677,081 27,98, 4 218 172 14 56 4 5 800 1, 63 1,723,19 3 3 4361,946
Total equipment and other long-term obligations ..... 20 89 ,085 12, ,71 ,658 5,;,51 1591 213294 68,7 6 731,83 992 602 3 2,708
Total capital stock and nonoorporate capital ........ 52,681,851 2,I 219 6,659,384 9,39 29 4 12,57,5 41 4030259 2o,5 3773 9 823 ,1 33,128 6,173986 1,46234 755 0
Unearned surplus .................................... 525,306 3.309,05i 233,401 872,646 2,203,011 36,o84 iD67,164 a 9a8 14o, 4 302,282 120,782 78436
3oe; 280 1,0782 794, 26
Earned surplus ...................................... 19,435,791 10,060,6oo00 631, 466 3,071,106 6,358,028 3,916,539 5,458,652 8, 56 595,75 2,085,413 481,827 1,427,511
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 24,721,097 13,369,658 864,867 3,943,752 8,561,039 4,285,623 7,065,816 1,127,536 736,139 2,387,695 602,609 2,211,837
Revenue equipment owned:
Freight equipment in interoity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors .............. 28,18 1,862 ,8 2 2 3,09 7,447 975 1, 347 2,454 326 2
C2 ,1ost 1............................................ 62,7 166 37,7 62 9,383, 6 15,7 4 12,569 5,57819,40,29 $2,03 09 1,947,9 4,006,027 $1355,259 10,064
Cost .6.7.3 4 37,72 629 $9.3935 1,4 9 $5,5739:20"9 $1 '"
Number of full and eemitrailers **.................* *56 ,8,7 8 3 1 0 963 3,08875 1,0 1,76 ,06
os m, 56~e 149 3, $115.5 ;29 $.71 3,6 ,56o 8:0 ,9
Cost............................................ $03 4 $25,4 $34456 $,47 1 3.5 6 83,492 $104,7 5u 170: ,72 $1,7 39 $597,272 4,948,855
Freight equipment in local service:
Oot$10,1 $5,1,.O l:2J $22769S
Naber of trucks and truck tractors..*.********** .10,161 4,73 884 1,473 2,426 1,395 3,9. 5,76 5 1,3 23 8
Cost........................................ 14o $5 329 04 $1,121,020 1,940,212 2,268,472 $1,233,8 $3,9171 $591 524, $1,060,46 $179,379 $1 ,55988
Number of full and semitrailers ................. 485 109 148 228 64 384 5 7 I9 110
cost ........................................... 955,1 532,426 6134,243 $189,692 $208,491 643,898 1379,105 $69,25 $20,983 624,925 611,981 251,931
Passenger equipment:
Number of units .........................** ........ 6 1 1
cost ....................................6 $3,946 $850 $50 3,09 Sop
Operating revenues:
Freight revenuo--Common carrier ................ 373, 2,985 238,158,219 33,874,25 65,3,983 138,944,984 41,048,906 94,046,60 14 20,048,463 27,289,148 5,923,361 26,611,74
Freight revenue--Contract carrier....54,2797 37,179,20 3,836,886 14, 18,20 1,854,117 5,596,115 11,496,67 1:6A 7,46 2,199,353 1:361,159 30,375 6,261,034
Total operating revenues ......................... 431,052,674 277,162,288 37,873,362 80,429,330 158,859,596 46,767,980 107,122, 406 15,867,994 22,581,574 29,575,051 5,968,149 33,129,638
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance and garage .................. 44,75 ,51 25, 08,185 4 o ,768 ,687 11 13,636,5 1,6 64 2,2 69 3,,o 787,31 5,5,O
Trasprtaio '8.... 5807,4 1 136 ,55 ,1,42 21,9 3,9340 77,310 5,505,700
Transportation .................................... 156,831,881 10, 2 119 12 ,15 027 33 508,7g 347, 22, 11 8,9 ,521 1, 721 o,,
................E,6 15 8,9PS J ,5',3 617.:0 ;1 .4,g 52 z u7, 216 15
Terminal......................... ................. 70,940a 1 7,211,94 o7 o 6,*,* 760,501 18,245, 3,3 16 4,190,899 5, 924 415 4, ,9o2
Sales, tariff, and advertising ......... ........... 15 ,749:, 27 9 6, 6 1,03,99 43,6,52 ,,17 ,6 11 7, 41 1 1,0 2,966 1, 490,.99 19 o, 4 1, 7076
Insurance and safety ..........................***** ......... 23,368,55 15,48,280 2,112,561 ,09,076 1,95 13 79 16 1,00,9 1 94:174 21,046 1, 776
Administrative and general ........................ 4.. 10639 25,949,598 4,327,179 7,655,812 13,66,60 4,871,273 10,989,768 1,840,072 2,252,44 3,058,116 670,129 3, 69,008
Total operation and maintenance expense ......... 353,353,193 230,835,959 30,939,721 66,976,624 132,919,614 36,648,219 85,869,015 12,781,217 19,181,411 23,578,138 4,281,156 26,047,093
DprociL tion expense ................................ 18,100,8 11,5 3 2 571 21 ,5 5 22 ,1 5,0Z2 6 1,0711 1,7,o3 39,3 1:,76
Amortization chargeable to operations .............. 9,O, 3,832,282 4,953,285 2,081,262 5,118,408 0 687, 1 7
Opertng de and licensee .......................31,5,50 22,652 3,02 1O012 9,615 41,6 4 2,6422,63 17 7 2, 06 2
::., ,,::: :6:,: ,:o, 9 7, 8,353 9 7e9 2 ,175 ,4b, 39 59 157,100
Operating ran -"et ............................... a,,3 1 0,3,6 43,3 92'3"o 45oo ,,5, ,0 e

Total expenses .................................... 412,040,349 265,602,907 36,530,987 77,668,089 151,403,831 44,520,263 101,917,179 15,170,453 21,844,262 27,961,O17 5,609,416 31,332,029
Net operating revenue ............................. 19,012,325 11,559,381 1,342,375 2,761,241 7,455,765 2,247,717 5,2052,27 697,541 737,312 1,614,034 358,731 1,797,609
Rent for lease of carrier property-Debit.............. 110 619 44 900 660 120 2 16,4
Income from leas of carrier property-Credit 27,79517,9 3,500 13,921 10,52,07 57,299 11,141 1,o0 90 5,059 2 -,006
.......:91 3,500 3:91l 10:o535 2, 600 7, 239 5, 245 1:96 9 o
Net carrier operating income ...................... 18,929,501 11,533,044 1,344,975 2,751,429 7,436,640 2,238,290O 5,158,167 691,645 737,1661 1,598,081 353,672 1,777,603
OTHER INCOME
Net Income from noncarrier operations ............... 54,987 17107 16, 68,341 86,296 1,179 401,731, 5,267 93,:562 6 167
Net income from nonoperating property .............. 049,01 6 Dr. 868 5,830 1,087 Dr. 3.059 37,023 569 8,484









TABLE I.--SUMMAR OF SELECTED FINAOIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERT Y /
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE--Oontinued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBEn 31, 194o

Summaries bY districts and regions
Eastern district Westedi
Item All Total Now Southern Totar
districts Eastern England Atlantlo Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwst
district region region region district region region region mountain

OTHER INCOM--Continued
Interest Income.:
From assoolated companies: $0,4 0,065 $1,251 $1,754 $6o $1,714 $3,665 481 i $2
Motor carriers .................................. ,699 I
Others .......................................... 10,583 8,884, 2,280 2,571 4, 1
From other than assoOated companies:
Motor carriers ................................... 1,12 225 -25 795 41 26
Others .......................................... 69,750 35,417 10,306 7,233 17,878 5,528 28,805 3,388 4,6
Total interest Income ......................... 90,211 47,591 13,8937 11,7813 21,971 9,736 32,82' 3,495 4,91 5 1
Dividend Income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers ..................................... ..127 5,082 5,082 5 3,000 3...
Others .......................................... 15,939 ...- 15,939 5
From other than associated companies:
Motor carrier .................................. 57,882 2,8 37 23 -,5
Others .......................................... 33,528 3,3 973 522 1,688 3
Total dividend income ......................... 115,476 11,102 973 522 9,607 45 ,329 3,037 9,9216
Income from sinking and other funds ................... 1,656 1,215 1,415 241 1
Other nonoperating Income ........................... 20882 87,377 ,96 28,790 53,61 32,890 88,575 1,,281 3 10a
Total other Income ................................ 1,030,185 324,611 35,328 115,266 174,017 40,791 664,78 3 20,396 1 9173
Gross income ...................................... 19,959,686 11,857,655 1,380,303 2,866,695 7,61o,657 2,279,081 5,822,950 712,041. 8. 5 1,
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations .....................1,218,933 697,331 161,617 265,781 269,906 111,055 210,51 4:6 4o, 45 7 1 L
Other interest deductions .................... 4.53,008 261,790 53,748 91,154 116,888 22,823 128,375 12A41 2097
Taxes assumed on interest ...... .......,................-
Amortization of debt discount and expense ....., 4217 2,445 2,16i 277 1,432 3210 166 1
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .............-
Other deductions .................................... 822,122 398,755 67,778 105,220 225,757 78,626 34,711 29,914 65
Total income deductions ........................... 2,498,280 1,360,32 283,173 464,323 612,828 233,956 g,O00 87,121 126,6
Net income before Income taxes .................... 17,461,4o6 10,497,331 1.097,130 2,402,372 6,997,829 2,o45,125 2,918,950 624,920 7412,749 1,749,692 3 3
Provision for income taxes.......................... 4,199,8979 2,748,176 328,730 241,232 2,005,2141 513,176 938,527 125,519 81,667 372,767
Nt income .......................................... 13,261,527 7,729,155 768,40o 1,988,140 4,992,615 1,531,949 3,980,423 299,401 661,062 1,375,896 2
Dividend appropriations and withdrawals:
Dividends ........................................ 2,276,422 2,919,624 117,790 295.403 2,306,1i 405,605 951,193 105,303 oo,624 44
withdrawals ....................................... 2,12,0421 1,322,79 219,109 508,397 595,2 3 158,987 1,000,305 81,035 222,651 21
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 6,758,463 21,22,373 336,899 1,003,800 2,901,67 562,592 1,951,498 186,338 323,301 743,19 5 3
Employees: 2/
Average number .................................... 101,045 62,013 10,233 19,470 32,310 12, 4 4 26,092 :321 26 7,661
Total compensation................................ S16,325,828 $102,522,762 618,192,5 632,111,007 $52,239,330 $17,959,K06 6,823,8 0 $6,1: $,3 o 449
SUPPLIENT TO TABLE I
Number of carriers represented ...........................9321 575 101 221 253 92 267 41 5 6 $8
Intercity service vehicle-miles (nol. nonrevenue):
Owned vehic les......................l, O 27j1 '02,227,661 o,4 C :; 1: 0p 21a1o 02/'40786 35 76,g0 51,170,703 ;3:123:515 110:084's 21 16
Leased vehicles (inol. purohaeed transportation) 2*72,2N6 ;9p,895 ,70 380,Ji4j a0,908,252 1 ,6 0,00 2 ,,9,0 59
Fuel used by owned Intercity revenue equipment: Gasoline (galons) 218,010,71 1 33,415J,335 22,o21.oo 435,9731 35,629 o6 1 1442 89422U a-~q 1
Other fuel (gallon ::.:............................. 17,886,589 2,7 ,100 27 ,693 6 3 1,856,073 4 5:86E 14,6 8, 25 i 7932 6: P&0l5
Lubricating oil used by owned interceity revenue
equipment (quarts) ................................. 13,019,533 7,162,970 1,331,172 2,363,427 3,468,371 1,695,202 1,161,361 2172,356 620,563 951,56 24 1
Tons of Intercity revenue freight carried 3/ ........ 60,559.965 22,699,773 6,1O0,113 12,852,78 21,746,82 2,765,250 13,09,922 1,827,73 2,175,259 2.217,335 "27 ,
Freight revenue:
Interest service ................................. $399,566885 1255,288,789 034,467,955 671,90o,25 698, ,60 $45,,22,,.32923 $15,1321,139 $1,643 365 $25,26030
Local service ......................................lO9673 8,060,727 1,8o9,12o 3,9,,123 6 2 ,512, 561 255,813 2 5, 121 3 .

1/ This Introductory table covers all reporting Intercity carriers of property. In later tables such companies / This Item does not Include drivers cf equipment enged by thee e
as reported 'Purchased transportation' in an amount in excess of 5 percent of total 'Operation and maln- transportation, service.
tenancs expenses* are excluded to permit of significant comparisons of various items of expense, employees. / Includes duplieations on account of tonnage received from oconneetinq
operation, and equipment owned.







TABLE 2.--UMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPEqTING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY y CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL CARTAGE SERVICE
(PICK-UP AND DELIVERY AND OTHER LOCAL SERVICE)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19q0

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Western district
ItmAl To-tal Now Midl Southern Toa
districts Eastern England Atla central region Western Northweatern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacifio
district region region region district region region region Mountain region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 129 88 7 56 25 3 38 3 7 3 2 2
Total current assets ................................ 19,447,697 65,660,722 $162,991 $3,644,709 $1,853,022 $93,579 $3,693,396 6$49,669 j375,285 $266,934 $191,495 0.810,013
Carrier operating property ......................... ~ 9 452 16,979.543 1482, 0 52.850 6,255 1 211~ 214,19 1,729216,4 o l49o
Less: Reserve for depreciation and amortization .. 13,902973 9,633,842 3I44,r6 5- 7 93 3,57031Z 10: 27 3,523:aus 158,78; 732:04 102,52 27 :29
Net carrier operating property .................. 10,038,479 7,345,701 137,1483 4.523,477 2,684,741 101,349 2,591,429 55,404 735,20 66,715 132605 ,6 ,497
Total intangible property (less reserve) .............. 928,487 577,849 71,612 136,231 370,006 15,722 334,916 14,753 -49 250 319.423
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies:
Motor carriers.............................. 686,o 30512 2,6a 56 2253- 33.1 R
Others ................................. ....,571,90 1,329,117 631 1,231:279 27,907; -4l' 132,6203 i6n7 Z688
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ................................. 1413,26g 256,989 2 9 6279
Others ...... ........... ................ 1,380 017 5 9,055 125,05g 27,41 126,543 13,929 8 7,033 17,477 18,383 21,50 15. 6
Total investment securities and advances ...... 4,051,149 2,456,373 128,370 1,890,980 437,023 13.929 1,5o,847 44,255 18,383 53,537 291,496 1,173,176
Total asset ...................................... 39,067,876 25,700,372 584,256 18,724,617 6,391,499 396,478 12,971,026 177,442 1,201,194 1,258,347 660,966 9,673.077
Total current liabilities.......................... 6 034,717 4,16i4,oi1 120,256 2,692,818 1,350,937 714,7 1,796,627 38,174 208,599 1123 15 ,2,2
Total equipment end other long-term obligations 3,996,143 2,7146,0 5, 0i49 2,189,1492 502.939 11, 5618 1,23988 5,971 53,020 227,7527046 129
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital ........ I19.06, 8 12,929,820 409,701 9,550.930 2,969,189 65,000 6,073,a428 107,500 683,211 36,45 1 4
Unearned surplus...................................204714
Earned surplus ............................ .. 34;~ 9 ')'. 239I2 1,305:g 23 :077 16 A529 29:S9 9739771A
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 7,855,231 4,389,925 Dr. 181,600 3,203,228 1,368,297 243,119 3,222,187 16,529 245,274 51,329 97,3so 2,a11675
Revenue equipment owned:
Freight equipment in intercity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 6 466 16 240 210 23 19412 46 16
cost ....................................169, 62i 1.189,615 629,280 666894 61473,50 631,078s 6,432 $..1$0170,4 1 89'
Number of full and semitrail.i .:::::::: :: es....... .. ...o52 363 123 1 3
cost ............................................ $749,623 $511,909 $4,924 $160,768 $346,2 627,7957,2 1325 566 73,
6379R 2,9 2999 8.979 65,19 6
Freight equipment in local service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 6 4 102 13 2,23 1 69 8 2 12d
Number of full and semitrailers ....:::: : 3: : ,2 7 8s ,605 26 71 u26 n s a ,0
cost ..............................,............ 3,59, 3 $2,859# 11.4o $1,052,75 $1,687 17, 1 91 719,*17 447,9 $188,838 15,523 68, 458,
Passenger equipment:
Number of units...................................
cost.............................................
Operating revenue:
Freight revenue--Common carrier................20,847, 1 400305 560,714U 8,2149,970 41,5592 1488,14 6,958,836 16s, L14 M252443501 4 ,51251
Freight revenue--Contract carrier.................:: 17,323, 27 14.375,S3 233.8~ 8,535.269 5,60,707 47,465 2,900,379 257A54 1,527:14 51,7 il$999,
Total operating revenues .......................... 39,123,455 28,447,276 797,505 17,351,881 10,297,890 547,874 10,128,305 427,379 1,813,628 438,066 776,132 6,673,10o
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance and garage .................. 2,9 90 2,3 O 60,385 1,377 075 93,690 5702 276 19,5 159400 28 7 106,5 u6
Terminal ......................................... 4 2,512,27 80,688 21657 6 4
53 ,, 9 2 863 5 ,19 12 9 3,32,7 129,1971 3586136




Insuopraeind saeenue.....................,........1,699,238 1,318,2 5 64605 6229 70.3 ,2 7,ss34710064,5 440177
R ale tariff, and advertising-..................... 880, I 5r 21388 O8 96 1:781 19141 30 38,9 8147
Administrative and general.................................6 15: 6:099:575 2:225:,315 72:d 6:6 4 ,96 "
14,09,97 2,2,61 1590,233 8716 73,112 1 ,1 52,293 3,6261,999 ~ 7,9
Total operation and maintenance expenee...........32036,504 23,099,121 709,138 14,339.5914 8,051,389 459,669 8,1477,714 351,520 1,397,186 366,074 650,117 5,720,417
Depreelation expense ................................2,008,1472 1,1491,806 1935 861o0 611,1413 19,734 496,9g a4 2,7 9,62926215
Anortiation chargeable to operationsCe ..... 6,156 4 1,19,35 662 1,9 22,
Operating rae n- et......................... 1. 227 1608,21 4,667 39 073 7355 0271 668;1,7i41 9 61 622 39
Operating etax e andlicnse............................y851 .9,5 5622 3,95,653 19,7 1651 6368 71 T
____________ 135,089 7,207 0 45
Total expenses ................................... 37.424,217 27,134,804 790,645 16,749,602 9,5914,557' 540.946 9,74,47 1423,9142 1,6143,532 1433,407 761,6142 6,495,944
Bet operating revenue ............................. 1,699,238 1,312,1472 6,860 602,279 703,333 6,928 379,838 3,1437 170,096 14,659 14,)490 16,5
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ...........
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ... _____ 91 __ __ __ __ _____Net carrier operating income ...................... 1,699,447 1,312,679 6,86O 602,486 703,333 6,930 379,838 3,437 170,096 4,659 14,490 187,156
OTHER INOMS
Net Income from nonearrier operations ...................65,950 i69,0114 15 ~ 9677 30,507 666,1429 -38.5434567 2,6543
Ret Income fro& nonoperating property ....... 308,107 _.307,702 ft. 3 ,7 405 15.561 27,660










TABLE 2.--UMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIE S OF PROPERTY I/ CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL CARTAGE SERVICE Continued
(PICK-UP AND DELIVERX AND OTHER LOCAL SERVICE)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and retions

Item Eastern district S Western distplt
districts Total New Middle Southern Total ...... .. B Pacfi
Nortwesenn Atlanier !~a region g R ock
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Noregion ren region thwntair
district region region region district region renion

OTHER INCOME Continued
Interest income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. $,586 1,14514 $1,205 $249 $132
Others .......................................... 7.022 7.022 6,9 2 do
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .......................................... 2 $271 271
Others .............................................. 3,14 22,1459 1 $64 17,981 3,614 15,985 $473 603 $3, ... $1
Total interest income ......................... 47,223 30,935 8614 26,12a 3,943 132 16,156 473 84
Dividend income.,
From associated companies:
Motor carriers. .................................. .44350 25,000 1000 10,000 19,350
Others ......................................... 1,000 1,000 o000
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 2041 2 041 2
Others .............................................37:678 10,909 291 9,265 1.353 -26,769 100 1,682 3,7 2,1
Total dividend income ......................... 85,069 36,909 291 25,265 11,353 160 100 1,62 -3
Income from sinking and other funds ................. 678 7,678 7,678
Other nonoperating Income ........................... 2,021 11,672 128 8,351 3,193 14,349 23 3,110 9,i6O 3 1,733
Total other Income ................................ 1,34o,o4s 563,910 939 453,430 109,514 30,639 745,499 596 144',295
Gross Income ...................................... 3,039,495 1,876,59 7,799 1,055,916 812,874 37,569 1,125,337 1,033 214,305
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ................... 175 52 3,219 2,032 9,12 34,045 299 4L,334 2,j96 10,46
Other interest deductions ........................90,838 g7,399 699 053 le,64 299 12,91 2
Taxes assumed on interest ; .......................... 272 1 5 -5" 126 2 1 .. .
Amortization of debt discount and expense 973 763 725 38 208 208
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ...... .... -
Other deductios.................................. ... 78,081 52,525 30,790 18,2146 3,1499 14 25,506 259 2,332 509 7 1 1
Total income deductions ........................... 346,o14 253,906 33,511 170,166 50,229 1,026 91,02 148 6,412 15,621 22,7 4591
Net Income before Income tsxes .......................2,6931481 1,622,683 Dr. 25,712 885,750 762,6145 36,543 1,0314,255 3,5145 207,893 146,117 25,71174,8
Provision for Income taxes .......................... 596,380 357,902 2,529 203,256 152,117 5,920 232,558 8894 53,334 4,5162
Not income ...........................................2,097,101 1,2614,781 Dr. 28.241 6812,494 61o,528 30,623 801,697 2,661 1514,559 143,601 25.4,57,2
Dividend appropriations and withdrawals:
Dividends ......................................... 1,15,41914 616,782 10,900 515.643 290,23 25,000 343,712 101,532 24,180
Withdrawals ....................................... 168,956 135,186 112,546 22,64 33,770
Total dividends and withdrawals ................. 1,354,450 951,968 10,900 628,183 312,865 25,000 377,462 101,532 275,9
Employees: ?J
Average number ................................ 1,611 9 424 31 5,731 379 353 37 196
Total compensation ................................ $22,92= 614 16,526,944 $499,295 O 932 $341,154 12 1 $70,17 $917,561 1272,695 9 956
To69~ $105, 44 60,52 2437,122 14.1

SUPPLEMENT TO TABLE 2
Number of carriers represented ...................... d11 78 6 55 17 3 37 3 6 3 2 23
Interoity service vehicle-miles (1eel. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles .................................... 13,1475,821 9,525,973 2514,4153 5,288,576 3,982,944 623,353 3,326,495 302,352 323,000 218,642 509
Leased vehicles (incl. purchased transportation) 699,363 691,05 214,004 1473,357 197,0 1,758 200 i 200
Fuel used by owned Intercity revenue equipment:
Gasoline tgallons)................................. 2,1424,6~ 1,809,214 148,508 1,013,861 7146,84S 112.745 502,685 60,671 46,000 22,121 5 1 2
Other fuel (gallons)................................ 189,64 88,01 18,804 69,210 101,632 37006421
Lubricating oil used by owned intercity revenue
equipment (quarts) ................................ 163,416 117,107 3,05. 6,241 45,812 5,256 41,053 68 2,800 1,776 4,5743
Tons of Interoity revenue freight carried 3 ........ 1,594,552 1,006,060 11,852 570,555 1420,653 37,936 550,556 15,862 600 1,520 15,122
Freight revenue:
Intercity service ...................................$4,363,103 62,8961464 *lO3,JO5 61,976,901 $8l14,028 $196,705 11,269,934 60,184 $36,4'0 1 '631 22,6 U5.332
Local service ..................................... .7,673,81 19,619,591 616, 5 11,676,285 1,326,6 1 339,177 7,71 ,13 365,559 31930 67, 3 6 ,is
1 This introductory table covers all reporting carriers of property engaged preponderately in pick-up 2/ This item does not include drivers of equipment enged by these ceriers to erfo 'Pu h edh
and delivery and other local service. transportation$ service.
3/ Includes duplications cn account of tonnage received from connecting motor carrier.







TABLE 3.-SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY y CARRIERS ENGAGED PIEPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY! SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Vestern district
t Al Total No MWidl So.thern Notwstr i-tsen Sotwser l
districts Eastern England Atlantia Central region rnern Northwestern Mid,-Wetern Southwestera Mc tain f
district re region region dietriot region region region regon ren

Number of carriers represented ..................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 34 30 57 16 74
ASSETS
Total current assets ................................ $30,717,442 #17,505,902 03,425,555 $5,637,796 65,442,251 S4,027,04 $9,124,136 61,279,575 11,103,302 12,431,234 4678,370 $3,691.652
Carrier operating property ...........................10;:66S.192 61,1494,00 2 ,o,o6 0,9 J0 69 1li 6 k245 2. ,2,7 6981
92,92 3,1582164191 ?i53,1 ___6__0__1_4'7253_6553_ .
Les: Reserve for depreciation and amortization '412,52 ,10,533 1 419 11793,1435 57 17 3 114,61 10P3
Net carrier operating property .................... 53,746,390 29,358,919 6,177,416 11,162,141 12,019,362 6,472,031 17,915,440 2,105,564 1,684,686 3,560,981 1,52,462 8,681,747
Other tangible property (less reserve) .............. 3,153.969 1,453,686 256,761 584,464 312,461 47,931 1,682,352 227,199 30,575 442,734 283 981,558
Total tangible property (lese reserve) ............ 56,930,359 30,812,605 6,434,177 12,046,605 12,331,823 6,519,962 19,597,792 2,332,763 1,715,264 4,303,715 1,592,745 9.663.305
Total intangible property (less reserve) ............ 5,129,706 2,612,413 563,059 1,235,770 610,54 41,414 4,675,579 853,755 226,457 1,150,907 2o4,296 2,2lo,464
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies*
Motor carriers ...................................2,059,115 977,6124 207,337 157,274 613,003 1024,7go 1,006,713 17,600 28,450 25,2452 ,1
Others .............................................1,109,357 722,914 439,017 220,234 63,663 65,71 320,727. 31,715 5,2524 117,5963,9R I
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .....................................624,702 5,2242 6,250 1,992 20,343 36,117 11,121 -250 762,0
Others,.............................................1,576,353 741,99L2 243,127 2110,2474 258,391 216,09 615,301 724.1 t 32,11 249,1524 19,27 4,6
Total investment securities and advances ...... 4,839,557 2,450,792 559,511 624,232 937,049 406.937 1,981,85 117,550 55,255 195,450 49,463 1,561,uo
Total deferred debits .................................5,49 ~61 3,286,ios 792,262 1,2 71 1,335,3 717 o~i 1,496,416 1481 70 212, 40 449 621,
All other assets......**.................................39; ,5 1 0,063 5,511 980 9z712 9,336 218,157 59 9:22 14:37 7,:8 5 52:,
Total assets ................................. 106,504,667 56,837,83 12,110,975 20,774,925 23,951,980 12,522,546 37.144,238 4,40,405 3,324,133 8,576,991 2,603,015 17,799,694
LIABILITIES
Total current liabilities ............................ 2,567,752 16,437,479 3,32,855 5,674,304 7,350,320 3,862,532 5,267,741 1,130,703 657,027 2,243,109 715,984 3,520,918
Advances payable:
Associated companies:
Motor carriers...................... 1 1767 927,909 60,55 41,23 5 26,076 5,000 U54,269 1425 183.4
Others.................................24557 1172 12935,9 ,0 2,2624,125 5,000 296,237 124,051 19,0
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ................................::9,9 :4,700 4,o 4 m l 4 23 1
Others .............................................,57,779 1,169,019 325,275 692,5119 150,592 111,130 59:299,127 39,321 252,392 30:031 176,749
Total advances payable ........................ 5,460,559 2,293,400 455,846 819,556 984,968 116,130 3,051,359 103,127 335,555 266,901 34,377 2,311,396
Equipasnt obligations ......................., 10,19, 1224 6.524,7o 1,657,71 2,565,570 1,161,2421 9724,2524 2,699,136 291,99 139,451 355,109 359,27 15520
Bonds and other long-term obligations...........4:1414,233 1,751,289 429,01 917,550 33415 272,126 1,590,515 131,25 1146,15 361,55 123,175 1,128,154
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 14,342,357 5,305,993 2,116,777 3,756,450 2,402,766 1,446,410 4,589,954 423,195 25,166 716,627 482,602 2,652,364
Total deferred credits .............................. 200,793 77,718 14,551 15,276 47,591 4,055 115,990 1,521 9,600 6,424 1,231 99,914
Total reserves for insurance, injuries, le and da.
age, and other .................................... 1,506,710 68,277 82,920 55,557 489,770 136,324 742.,109 106,635 11,140 28,459 26,503 569.372

Total capital stock ................................, eg,5224111 16,3212470 4,24206 5,190,4a5 6,595,9115 e,476,286 10,726,624 1. 10,77~ g24o,s 23 026 65-05~,4
Sole proprietorship capital .......................... 4, 43 2,512 1,019,6 0 601724 3145,010 2,295,122 11641,50 33,4 aL594 4
Partnership capital ....................................,05 0 1,5,35 1 1;5~ 376.3 395,5724 1, 5,531 27T202 6594 J0,4ATotal capital stock and noncorporate capital 39,694s523 20,653,716 5,505,267 7,265,440 7,553,009 3,223,170 14,817,637 2,109,159 1,701,309 3,600,396 905,994 6,500,7
Unearned surplus ......................................397,5U4 2,335 2043 699, 5 ,12427,860 15,0,24224,219 24s,657 2,82 0,9
Earned surplus ..................................... : 1475 ,,,. 31,528 e 355639 24Lo k132.229 717,075 27 '4 1L 14,6
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 17.731,643 ,441,300 519,759 3,150,285 4,763,256 3,733,595 5,556448 965,765 324,333 1,715,075 436,334 2,114,941
Total liabilities ............................. 106,504,667 56,537,5s3 12,110,975 20,774,928 23,951.980 12,522,546 37,144,230 4,11o,4o5 3.324,133 5,576,991 2,603,015 17,799,694

/This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes earners which report expense for 'Purahased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total Poperation and maintenance expnes'.










TABLE 4.--INVESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OW D EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and rer one
Item Al Eastern district Western district
TotaluNew- -um ---- Totlute
district Es ern England Atlanti Central region Westera Northwestern Mid-Wetern outhretrn nN
district region reRion region district region region ereein

Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 129 6 211 34 30 57 16
Land and land rights ...........$,169,264 1 61738,191 $276,15 0 6185,447 $976,597 $2641,4419 $2,166,621 *70 0"1 6114,659 6'4" 09S9,OQG,41.2
Structures ...................................... 8,35,664 4,132,4716 1,012,753 1,327,930 1,791,703 63,650 3,609,59 '115,215 356,312 85 2015
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 77,272,74 1145,603,725 10,634,418 18,994, 02 15,974,3O5 7311,23135, 21, 2,9706465 1 U;,323 ,, 1 d
Balace at close of year1........................ 87,032,081 50,830,93 31,59 4,172 9,022,750 27,1 21 ) 1
2,9n n etemns....... 0 0,92 ,2 185,2 ,2 111
Retirements......................10,516.981 6,553,626 1,396,552 2:3:93 2,5: 1,209,071 2,7 5,39 329,29 6 2 8, 5 2

Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 2,17 2,173
Additions and betterments ..................... .. 1,77 850 850 923
Retirement ....................*.................
Balance at lose of year ........................ 3,946 50 80 3,096
Combination bus-trucks:
Balance at beginning of year ....................
Additions and betterments .......................-
Retirements .....................................
Balanoe at lose or year ........................
Total revenue equipment ....................... 87,036,027 50,831,784 11,596,464 20.636,026 18,599,294 9,022,750 27,181.493 3,297,291 2,302,191 5,oo,056 2,070,98 14,47
Service oars and equipment .......................... 1,931,180 921,13 199,295 369,214 355,56 214,56y 792,410 95,3 0 64,89 2 22.

po:191 152,71 Furniture and office equipment ............... 2 85221 1, 9,69 321,46b1 41,033 1,5,6 439 990,15J5 139:66 12 4 14:9 7 2
Miscellaneous equipment 7............................ 6896 3 973 105,494 81,5 2 753927 ',, 423 1:70 2:1 2 2261:
Improvements to leasehold property .1............... 1,272,9 877,20 132,197 139,37 178,040 217,039 13,23131
Undistributed property .............................. 12'8, 128,490 125,190 3 -. ..
Unfinished construction............................. 156,24 1 70,295 9,956 15,166 12,173 13,74 72,25 8,65 1,931 17,452 1 37 2
Total carrier operating property .............. 108,668,192 61,194914,08 13,587,949 23,804,062 23,802,797 11,0149,648 36,123,736 4,214,352 3,139,421 7,26~554 2,725,275 18,91

./ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers whioh report expense for OPurchased transportation' In excess of 5 percent of total 'Operation s ans







TABLE 5.--INVESTMT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS RESERVE FOR DEPREgIATION AND AMORTIZATION, L yAS8 I MOTOR CARRIE S OF PROPERTY, OPERATING ONED EQUIPMET PRINGIPALLY
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPNDENTL~Y IN INTEGRITY SERIES
DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Item All Eastern district Western district
distris Nentral region Northwestern Mid-Western Southwetern
Eastern England Atlantic ster n re Pcifiou
dis riot region region regiorntr egon region region
Number or carriers represented....................... 63 364 78 157 129 68 211 334gi0 57
Land ad lend rights ................................ $4,169,264 11.738,194 $276,150 $485,447 6976,597 1264,449 62,166,621 70,o346 *l48,8gg 194,555 "4,
sepr tone ............................................1 5,664 4,1 2,416 1,012,7 3 1,327,930 1,791,701 63,6m 3,60D,812,4O9 3 .. ,
Dercaties ........................................ 01,630 24 450 396 312 81 ,152 341 12J 12516
Dere~nlo 1567,190 663 249:450 298,.39 319,5 42,06 3658 49 1.15.I 5138412e 716 ..

Investment, less depreciation .......................6,81,474 3,265,786 763,093 1,029,3491 1-,3473.202 601,584 2,951,104 357,737 3334,928 752,3436 314.067 139,3
Revenue equipment:
Freight ............................................8 ,06.01 50,830,934 11,596,464 20,635,176 la,sZ99,294 9,022,750 21,178J9 ?,721 2,30211 5o 06 274L8 4,9ol
Depreciation ...................................... 7.,199 29,221,958 7,00 .564 117 2,001 10, 55,393 ,12 32 1112, 961277.60 294137 106,
Investment, less depreciation ................... 37,554.82 21,608,976 4,591.900 8,873,175 8,143,901 4,880,118 11,065,788 1,4334,268 1,024,331 2,198,919 1
Passenger ........................................... 3,946 5 85505 3,096
Depreciation ....................................... 2926 750 750 2,176 3,096
Investment, less depreciation ................... .1,020 100 100 920- -920
Combination bus-trucks ...................... .....
Depreciation................................ ...... .. -
Investment, leee depreciation .................. .. .-- .
Service care and equipment ..................... 1,931,180 924,133 199,29 6,274 355,564 214,567 792.4.. 64894 219,o 5
Depreciation........................................ 386,595 6,40 47,179 153,01O 86,377 348616 U 31,45 94,612 2 1614354
Investment, less depreciation .......................1,109,692 537,538 112,889 222,095 202,554 128,190 4143,964 51,587 343"9 1214,4214 23,61
Shop and garage equipment ....................... 1,901,722 58 ,Z4 2334,149 335,268 389,527 157,116 785,662 85,663 69,516 126 16 ? 5 466 s
Depreciation ......................................... 1008,343 l. 0 1, 177,901 189,025 71,125 5,73 42,o4 33,718 ....
Investment, lees depreciation ..................... 893,379 477,4641 119,595 157,367 200,502 85,991 329,924 43,623 35,798 69,788 23,713 157,002
Furniture and office equipment ...................... 2,859,253 1,397,659 321,461 411,033 665,161 481,439 980,155 139,866 1234,8941 317,29 713 ?2
Depreciation ......................................... 1095475 5573466 135,472 1693433 252,56i 123,896 Z14,113 56,516 52,263 115,727 20: 516
Investment, less depreciation ...................... 1,763,778 840,193 185,989 241,600 412,6o04 357,543 566,0342 83,350 72,578 201,571 50,9347 157,56
Miscellaneous equipment ............................. 826,898 434,973 105,494 Sl52 2174927 73,22 18,403 53 ,70127,616 49,611 i25827 .....
Depreciation ........................................ 374,808 224,754 ,791 83,553 131,120 32,529 317,25 20,162 13,68 20,102 2,78 56,512
Investment, lees depreciation ..................... 52,090 210,219 55.703 37,709 116,807 41,093 200,778 3.54P2 134,5, 29,509 18,346
Improvements to leasehold property .................. 1064 149 1376
Depreciation ........................................ 4 5 293,13 l,2 39,9 192,97" 56,834 297,573 24-298 5,0 7 8550 1:G0Z I
Investment, lees depreciation ..................... 825,454 584,782 70,951 lO,448 413,383 121,206 19n3466 23,853 8,214 23,198 4,16 "3 59,738
Undistributed property .............................. 128,861 128,490 128,490 371 -
Depreciation .................................... 81,253 81,253 81,253
Investment, les depreciation ..................... 47,608 47,237 47,237 371
Unfinished construction ............................. 156324 70,295 9,956 18,166 42,173 13,744 72,285 8,685 1,931 17,452 14,375 29,342
Total investment, lees depreciation ............... 53.791,965 29,380,784 6,156,226 11,165,598 12,028,960 6.494,289 17,916,892 2,106,691 1,694.686 3,861,306 i,582,1462 8,681,747
Amortization ........................................ .4,575 21,865 8,810 3,457 9,598 22,258 1,452 1,127 325

Total investment, less depreciation and
amortization ..................................... 53,746,390 29,358,919 6,177,416 11,162,141 12,019,362 6,472,031 17,915440 2,105,564 1,694,686 3,860,981 1,52,462 8,681,747

1J This table Is restricted to car iers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total -Operation and maintenance expenses.






TABLE 6.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER OF UNITS AND COST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWHED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY, A. C S E COMMON CARRIER OF GENERAL FREIGHT AND ODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT AND CONTRACT CARRIERS, ENGAGED PEPONDERANTL IN INTERCITY VICE
(SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B, 0, AND D OF TABLE 6)
DEGEMBER 31, 1940
Summaries by district and regions
Eastern district Western district
dsrcs TtlSouthern T """ .. ..Item d Al oe n nea Maddne Seoentral r teln Northwestern Kid-Western Southwestern acil
dietricte Eastern England Atlantic Ceontra region Wetale re
district region region region district region region region m ion
Number of oarriere represented ...................... 6113 364 78 157 129 68 211 134 30 57 16 74
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased 9,213 +,237 3 1,513 1,906 1,818 99 2,983 279 213+ 9 1.
Cost .............................................. 20,087,901 $1105 $ ,0,991 12,768,7 1,26115 $7,23 1,3 31 1 54 3725
Aveag cot eruni ................... ,09 92 105 121)2 ) ,673 752 1 7 1388 ,
Average cost per unit ........................... 2,180 2,111 2,303 2,520 1,523 1,25 26 2 W 130 1, 1 3 1 1
Number of units second-hand when purchased .. ,2 2.055 619 7d11 652 573 2,97 173 216 6
Cost ....................................... 1656182 $1,92,01 ,941,10 19150.15 79 11, 1,2o1 3
Average cost per unit ........................... 1097 972 1.058 1,213 2 ) ,3 1 7 7
Truck tractors:
Number of units new when purchased ................ 12,666 7,72) 1,156 2,111 1,151 2,095 2,17 651 0 71 0 2 51
Cost ............................................ 627,39 679 617,689,329 63,881,061 07,3821978 #6, ,4o1 $3,565,16 61 3 $1,393 $61,529
Average cost per unit ........................... .2,163 2290 3 57 3,058 1,527 1,702 2,157 21 3:
Number of units second-handc when purchased ...... ,295 1370 251 516 63 10 8 17 1
Average cost per unit .. ............................ 1636 1,609 20 5 1,9)3 1, 1 ) 3 1,793 1,379 1,90317 34 56
Senitrailere:
Number of units new when purchased ............ 1.-5,301 9,896 171 2860 .321 2,118 27 70
Cost ........................................ 23,089709 $1 -97.119 -2,71 $ .-16o,852 $6796, 5 $3.233 930 14983660 61,127 151
Average cost per unit ........................... 1,509 1,51 1,582 1,909 1,277 1,527 1,496 1o1 12
Number of units second-hand when purchased ......3 25 665 1,162 300 9.,50 2
ost ............................................ 6, 0 $3 2 -970,03 -,6$8$12 .)7,73 7.67 2.
Average cost per unit ............................. 91 94 911 1,29 675 693 98 1,03 73
Full trailers: tru s Number of units new when purchased 1,090 339 31 30. .1 2 6
cost .........................................2,301,706 6$0,9 $- 61659 $503,831 $911 j2 $,744),9' 61,624 $23,6103,8 $6291 15461
Average cost per unit ............................. 2, 11 1,623 1,636 632 2,371 912 16
Number of units second-hand when purchased 6...... 678 13 5 1 A
Cost .......................................... 9571 121,151 67,709 93,2 1 $22,5 01
Average cost per unit ........................... .. 819 792 27 269 1,573 141
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ....... .... 38,270 23,196 4,38)94 7,211 11,601 5,221 95,83 1,635 1,329 04 3 7
Cost ......................................... 72.876,995 $44 ,267,533 $10,079,350 $17,69),20 $#16,494,903 68,014,977 $20,59,405 $2,858,538 $1,862,050 64,069,8 $1,414,76 10,39
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 11,231 67 1,1 62)001 22066 1 ,530 1,90 439 P 1 9 558 1175 321 1,91
Cost ............................................ $13),180,132 $6,18.727 $1,401,347 12,825,o66 $1,958,314 9319 6,063:' 411,1791 43073 75630 614,24 34,
Freight equipment by class of service:
Intercity service: Number of trucks and truck tractors 2............. 21,016 12,983 2,777 4,397 5,704 2,77. 5,414 78 760 1609
Coss711929 $4,426 62,5591 08 45 57,
Cot .............................................9..,677,0 172,74 7 529 07,557,977 612,9,2 ,5, 91,97, ,92.
ber of full and esitraleren ................... .19,689 12,096 1,881 2 ,28 1 ,77 12,0 29 ,191 0 .4,
Cost ........ ............ 2.................628191,.750 617.,71,058 62835,396 62491a80.2ea7r 1 taCAf1an011 a r,0Pt67a8 1,95ti ,x126 f 18,277 1,291, 1a
Local serviceo
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 8,023 619 7 712 6 1,3 119 6 97 6 3611 41 3963 5 1,3 ,0d 44 1
Cost........................... 509..........61,23 1 ,5 ,97
Number of ful 13 1riere........................I13 370 90 133 17 38 305 ,
cost ............................................ die,29 1,1 617 94 19,66, 66,896 22,9 6
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ................ I 1
Cost .............................................. $923 6923
Average cost per unit ............................ 923 923 --23
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 51-
Cost ............................................ ..3,023 6 850 $-",,o $2,13
Average cost per unit ............................. O6 850 850 5 3
Combination bue-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ................-
cost ...cot.e. u........................................-Average ;pPUi ........... .....

Number of units second-hand when purchased -..-...... .
cost ...............................................
Average cost per unit .............................
Total revenue equipment:
Number of unite new when purchased.................. 3,271 23,196 1,3811 7,2161 521 9:,85) 1
Cost .......................................... 672,877,918 611).267.533 610,079,350 617.693,280 $.6.191:903 68,0 ,977 5,95,48 62,858.53 l,.6286
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 11,236 l,697 1,126 2,001 2,50 1,190 ,39 11:79 21
Cost .............................................. 13,183,155 66, 2,0117 62,825,916 61,958,311 691#985 6169 S130,723 6751, W4
Other equipment:
Coot ............................................. 971,95) 378,671 115,767 116,830 1116,077 75,788 520,1192 27,582 9,378 211,928 I_ 3011
Total cost of all equipment .................. ...87036,027 Lp,.3,78) 11,596.1464 2o,636,026 18,599,294 9,022,750 27,11,493 3,297,291 1 2,302,191 .070,1

1/This table I* restricted to carriers owning most of tbe equipment operated. I't exc1udem carriers whisk report expense for "Purchased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total lGprationan i nteanc c4~ venessms$





TABLE 6.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER OF UNITS AND COST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY B-COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL EIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY BERVIOE
DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
ItEastern district Western dletriot
Item All Toddl -et Nrh se Kouthtrn
ditriots Eastern England Atlanti Central region W n Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Roo Paific
district region re io region distriot region region region ongion
Number of carriers represented ...................... 408 212 55 90 67 53 143 27 19 39 14 44
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ............... 6,21 3,204 968 1,297 939 915 2,O94 256 192 634 $6
cost ............................................ $11,665,:488 $5,932,986 $2,058,23 2,776,92 61,o097,17 1,o60,975 44,671,527 286,129 $210,963 $641,617 $620,8 6 2,91
Average cost per unit ........................... 17, 1,52 2.127 2,1 1 2231 1,1 1,099 1,012 52
Number of units second-hand when purchased .... 3,671 1,482 79 51 492 3 1,636 162 18 9 3
Cost ............................................ $3,392,0 1,223,0 47,1 486, 55' 269, 288, 7 1,879,797 6107, 10,1 $254,350 $1,20
34 0,2: -6, 9, 46, 08,7 #,9.179,797 $107,17 IN $200
Average cost per unit ........................... 92 2976 952 5 522 1,150 61 572 2 1: 905
Truck tractors:
Number of units new when purchased .............. .. 9,00 5,296 894 1,559 2,844 1,66 2,158 12 409 822
cost ..... ........................................ $19,76,2 $12,123299 3,019,838 4,66,921 ,38,5 0 63,064,862 ,577,281 $1,1044 79 $ 58,612 61,196, 2328 134
Average cost per unit ........................... ... 2,174 2,289 3,378 2,992 1,561 1,873 2,121 2,158 1,61o 1, 3279 42
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 1,8941 936 19 291 446 287 618 100 18167
ost ............................................ $2,928,988 6$1,393,5 $405,1 $50,26 482,555 389,073 1,15,990 121,67 #93,351 2136,833 $
Average coat per unit ........................... 1,591 1,9 2,036 171,082 1,35 1,54 1.9 93 57478 299
Semitrailers:
Number of units new when purchased ............ .. 11,3449 7,307 1,384 1,70 ., 1, 2 2,320 568 367 66 To
Cost ............................................ 16,86,032 610,625,8 $2,137,25 3,455,897 $5,032,75 $2,652,14 63,568,005 909,0oo4 510,591 865, 59 119,98.1~2
Average cost per unit ........................... 1,4 1,45 1,5 1,84 1,212 1,5o 1,53, 1,600 1,391 1,130 1,857 2,100
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ...... 2,191 1,278 182 41 6 68 31 56789
Cost ............................................ $2,o22,123 $1,149,905 $168,287 52o,218 $61,3 $156, 7 715,478 $102,599 120,168 $156, $130 $20
Average cost per unit ........................... 923 900 925 1,180 67 1,0o55 1,127 829 676 1 k ,
Full trailers:
Number or units new when purchased .............. 4187 8 6 92 389 2 2
Cost ............................................ 1,209,125 $194,336 $13,114 181,222 $1,014,79 1,824 $1,9 0 155 ;
Average cost per unit ........................... 2,483 1,983 2,186 1,970 2,9 912 95
Number of units second-hand when purchased **. *5 18 -,88 40 267 1
Cost ............................................. $486, $29,28 $4,290 $25,438 457,151 $175 $41 4
Average cost per unit ........................... 1,56 19 536 636 1,712 175 177
Total freight equipment:
Number of unite new when purchased .............. .. 2,139 15,905 3,2146 4,732 7,9 42,273 6,961 1,338 970 2,222 3 073
Cost ............................................ $49,48 ,o87 $28,876,502 $7,215,934 $10,910,92 $10,749,64 $6,777,983 $13,431502 $2,3-1,636 $1,392,0996 2,7o4:185 $1,139,1 5 $6,}o:520
3,466 ,777,953 .1,8,, #e 3 1 $1 3 2, #e 7 ,8 wl,lj9 ..

Number of unite second-hand when purchased ...... 8,018 3,744 860 1,251 1,633 1,05 # 3,199 337 434 920 307 201
Cost............................................ $8,830,023 $3,797,367 $1,oo,81148 $1,51.7,302 $1,239,217 $834,2 $4,198,416 331,878 $321,633 $548,235 $606,011 $2,39659
Freight equipment by class of service:
Intercity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............ 1,556 71,7 2,629 371 2,20 612 37 1,09 2
Cost............................................ 30, 6 7 156,966 3,81o,378 48 122 1 786 3 4 $1 06
15,0o17, ,,6 7 7156,966 65,o6 1 7 all3 :12:99 1,
Number of full and semitrailer .......1.. *5 1:,k 62,237 $ ,1 1,9 3,47 630 9 7 196 1,163
Cost............................................ 11,70 1 7 3,899,27 5,612,769,79 5,559,795 $975, 308 625,922 1,o 449,
....6: 2,3 1,0:i 2,193,732 69759906 1 6276,962,2 ;l 391,42,4*'9.37o
local service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 7,259 3,081 03 1,029 1,3449 1,161 3,0 7 101 53 1,01 20 oo4
Cost ... ................. $7..262,759 $3,439,$2 ,69 $1,277,711 61,227,93 $992,959 $2,8305, $390,101 284,6 $7806,97 157, $1,191
Number offulladsemitrailer... ...................... ,5 98 1014 3818 32 15 21 105
cost ............................................ $529,7 $295,o026 $111,814 $93,922 689,290 $39,090 $195628 $38,294 $6,767 $12,742 8,32 $129,501
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ......................
cost ..............................................-
Average cost per unit ............................... .-
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 1 1 1
Cost .............................................. 80 850 -. as8
Average cost per unit ............................... 8 85 50
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ................
Cost ..............................................
Average cost per unit ............................. .. .
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ........_Cost ........................................... ....
Average cost per unit ...........................
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ................ 27,139 15,905 3,246 4 ,73& 7,7 4,273 6,g61 1,338 970 2,222 35 2,073
cost ........................................... $49 .49,87 $28,876,502 $7,215,934 $10,910,924 $10,749,6:4 $6,777,983 $13,831,602 2,301,636 61,382,096 $2,704,185 $1,139,165 $6,304,520
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ........ 8,019 3,715 860 1,252 1,633 1,075 3,199 337 4343 920 307 1,201
ost............................................ 6,30,873 $3,798,217 $1,o,88 61,518,152 1.239,217 83,40 64,198,416 331,878 $321,633 6 235 6,6, 2,390. 59
Other equipment:
cost.............................................. 315,114 1oo,666 26,393 39,694 34,579 11,243 o203,205 27,547 3,093 6,724 41,488 124,35
Total cost of all equipment ..................... 58,632,074 32,775,385 8,283,175 12,468,770 12,023440 7,623,466 18,233,223 2,661,o61 1,706,822 3,259,144 1,786,664 1 ,819,532

/ This table is restrioted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchased transportations In excess of 5 percent of total operation and maisntenane expenses'.





TABLE 6.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER O UNITS AND COST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY 1/
O--COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES, OTHER TAN GENERAL RFEIGHT, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
ItemEastern district Western district
Item All I Toal Nw MAlaal outhen Tota Nrhws
districts atern England Atlant o Central reon etNorthwestern id-Western Southweste P e
district region region region district region region region a rion
Number of carriers represented .................... 101 56 10 18i a28 3 42 1 41421
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ........... 1,517 949 117 208 624 13 5 22 2
Cost ...................... $4,292, 995 $2,100,971 $2o50,231 $635,580 115,160 $114,032 2.177, $ 4 217 8755 14 0 133
Average cost per unit .......................... 2,30 2,21 2,139 3, 56 1,947 1,079 3,9 1 278 991 2.952 156 52
Number of unite second-hand when purchased .38 188 4 44 90 4 246 11 1
Cost............................................ 7496951 $203,325 6 3 $116036 $1. $5" 735 $5,981 $1 1
Average cost per unit.............................. 712 1,082 1,22 1:,81 600 73 2,1 1,995 352
Truck tractors:
Number of unite new when purchased ..... ....... 1,162 8148 128 376 3*44 46 26a 12 28
Cost ........................................... 8 1,337 $.742,511 1390,798 $993. 9 0357,81 4 $2,752 6596,o4 $14 ,028 $39,050 os $3 041,979 4
Average cost per unit........................... o 2o5 3,053 2,3 1,040 929 2 ,22 1,169 1.395 1.592 3.155 2
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ..... 203 107 27 34 46 2 8 1 9
cot ............................................. $3o7.77o $153,Z05 55,027 $57,00 $41,578 $1,320 $152, 9 8937 25,719 1141
Average coot per unit .......................... 1,516 1,38 2,038 1,685 904 330 1,65 1117 29 930 22
Semitrailers:
Number of units new when purchased ............. 1 915 1 6 o 20 2 51 12 25 287 46 144
Cost ........................................... $2,074, $1,46,63 $278, 71 $686,1 41, $51,49 0576,310 018,710 313351 $147,0a $111,iig g
Average cost per unit ............................ 1, 1,551 1,871 1,98 1,147 1,226 1 ,17 1,559 14137 52 ,,9
Number of units second-band when purchased ..... 469 31 16 81 218 20 13+- 13 so 3
Coat ........................................... ,30, 1 0221,31 *15,628 $1412 091,1 $16,35 $81,62 $*11,059 $2s8 2,
Average cost per unit .......................... 681 703 977 1,61 851 325 789 16111
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased ..... 339 110 21 89 229 5 17 20
CoA t ............................................. 630,70 0 126,20 $25, 1oo, 969 5o3, 7 1378 17
Average cost per unit .......................... 1,859 1,147 1,0 1,3 2,200 -144 985 1:4s 2
Number of units second-band when purchased 177 55 15 40 122 2 11
Cost ............................................... $19, $.. .. 1 28,312 9 o20,21 $165,903- $75 4 478 $2o $15 4
Average cost per unit ......................... 1,09 515 0 1,360 438 1 3 400 1 .6
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ............. 4,4 823 2,2 02 1 ,11477 101 1,70069 105 665
Cost ........................................... 9,378, 9 $5,.16,3.9 191973 $2,341, 5 15 491 $10,28 $3,850 $51,416 o,612 $1,12798 $275,571 $2,296,59
Number of units second-hand when purchased. 1,27 66 97 174 394 28 594 34 229
cost........................................... $1,57123 $606,85 $138,828 $261,026 $207,005 $19,568 $944,0 $598 025,651 197701 ,613 6359
Freight equipment by class of service:
Interoity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............... ,147 2,014 312 620 1,082 65 1,068 12 57 2
Cost ....................7,425, Z 1 $4,047,512 6752,120 $1,651,337 $1,644355 $59,23 3 18,302 $14,o2 668,76 1,018,7 6, $2,055.9
Number o ll and semitrailre 1,7 6 165 51 760 62 9650 12 41 360 9 3
Cost........................................... $3,159,01 $1,791,68 294,342 $811,oo002 686304 067,851 $1299519 $18710 53,576 181,08 $123,0 3 923

Local service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors .. ....173 78 14 *2 22 2 93 10 12 62
Cost .................. ........ ....... $306,516 $152,900 $12,109 116,558 $24 23 $572 $153,04 $24.71734 5,772 $115,660o
Number of full and semitrailers ................. 19 12 7 1 24 10
cost ........................................... $59,035 $30,848 $23.244 7,60 $28,187 $129 $10,195 -$17,63
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ...............
Cost ......................................... ... .
Average cost per unit................................. .. -. iii
Number of units sesoond-band when purchased ....... .
Cost ............................................. .. .. -. .Average cost per unit ....................................ii iii i
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when puro ased .. .... ...............- -.
Cost ...............................--------ii
Average cost per unit............................. ... .
Number of units second-hand when purchased ---.......-. .
Cost ............................................-
Average cost per unit .............................-
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ............... 4 ,4 9, 3 $ ,82 2 $919,7 4 2, 951 1,477 101 ,5 0 1 do 689 105 665
Cost............................................. 9,37869 5,16,, 9.115 2 ,15 1 $108,278 53,7105424 $51.406 ,102,612 1,127,9d $275,571 $2,296,589
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 1,287 665 97 174 394 56 .4 34 229 14 314
Cost............................................. 61,571,237 6606,59 6138,828 261,026 207,005 1$19,a 944,1810 $5,986 325*,651 1 9 1 $,613 706.

Other equipment:
Cost ............................................. 395,866 126,455 4,563 57.350 64,512 269,41 202,011 67, i0
Total cost of all equipment ................... ..11,345,972 6,149,663 1,063.134 2,659,521 2,427,008 127,846 5,06,463 57472 128,263 1,527,696 24,1* 3,070,8114

1 This table is restricted to earners oming most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for NPurchamsd transportations in eess of 5 percent of tatal 'Operation and maintenan o expenses'.




140 TABLE 6.-zEENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER OF UNITS AND C0ST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUpMENT PRINCIPALLY
D--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31*, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
dittrict Total New Middle aotei TotalRok
ditrots Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Montain Pacigf
district region region region district region region region region region

Number of carriers represented ...................... 134 96 13 49 34 12 26 6 7 4
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ................1,4s8 o,841 428 401 6531 16 2 6
Cost ............................................61,129,111 3,021: 36 61,175,329 61,391,1419 61156,09 1131,39 197513 6.31,s5 #06 4 2 1 82
Average cost par unit ..............................2,7#5 2,789 2,714 3,1476 1,789 221 2,92 1,gr2 9117 1:2412 3Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 616 5 86 229 16 215 8 16 1
cost ............................................. .1, ,710 $570, 7 $119,226 $383,13 68,' $15,495 $4 .578 $3,650 $14,861 8510 -$35
Average cost per unit ......................... 1,689 1,:3 1,386 1,63 978 968 2,113 496 929 510
Truck tractors:
Number of units new when purchased.............. 2414 580 14 79 96 11 421 126 6
Cosy ............................................... 5,2 oo $3,82 47 $1,723,255 1 ,629 045 5 $966,828 $274 423 14 $118,209 4 4a,11,
Average cost per unit 0512,: 173
Avraecotpe ni .......................... 17. T,41 3 3.597 1, ,0297 ,171 ,1,1 3,869
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ,451 27 5 191 111 1 105 34 6 1 -4
oa ..................,94900 165; aj0g2 491 $167n lo-2 8 12 4 7
Aveage cost per unit..........................1873 2-:01 65,122 2113002 ..., 2617 6169 52~4 611,21 69222:
Semitrailers:
Number of units new when purchased .............. .16 644 18 1 6 1 8 6 53 4 1 171
Cost .........................................,... $62 $901 $910 $,2 2,1092 530,20 $740 2, 90 $1762613
Average cost per unit .............................. 1,001 1,3 1, 2 101 1,2 gl149 1101
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ...6. 490 58 1 3 11
Cor .............................................. 65.511 1,29 2 441 2 $9, $22,22w 11 -, l
Average cost per unit ......................... 61,6 1, 22,02 772 1? 12 1
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased ..... 126 131 1 1277 1 26
Co f ................................. .. 6,6)1 6229 10 2197 6,7 22 266 27I 138 39
Average cost per unit.............................. .1 ,2 3 7,1,7547 ,028 1,795 632 1,918 73549 -5
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 186 124 1 1 7 591 7 2 1
Cos ............................................ 264,6 7 81,1 1 $1, 321 $ $1,881 019 5 0 2,270 1-7
AVerage cost per unit ...............................1.1123 d160 0 ,7 4A 6 ,90 1,135
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ............. 6 638 4.469 4 4 8 5 2,19 7 66 8119 132 26
Cost .......................................111,012,039 69,971,682 61,9113,673 1,11,21 63589, 768 61,129.76 62,908,6111 505,1 0377,3422739 178~
Number of units second-hand when purchased ,926 s 2117 169 U7 o7
Cost ............................................ $2,7789817 $.780 $221,671 1,46,732 $12, 7 578,177 6120 $1 ON ,3J68,9 $10,7 $6750,1
Freight equipment by clss of service:
Intercity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 1 3037 638 1,2 2fn 479 2 100 166 -42


Cost ............................................ $5,298:317 3571 6 7322 61,496,292 1.,730:972 $576,367 11J7534 $32018, 16A 479 -100*571 S658,9

Number of trucks and truck tractors ................. 591 3 152 218 30
Number of full~ ~ and3 2eiries.............. 2281 624 T21,9~ -53,201 633,6 -cost ............................................ 229,6 6 #1-7, $5471 8 $5268 122,256 ad 693,697
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ...............1 1
Cost .............................................. $923 -92
Average cost per unit ............................. 923 92
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 4 4
Cost .............................................. 21 - -2
Average cost per unit ............................
Combination bus-truoks:
Number of units new when purchased ................-
Cost
Average cost per unit ................................. -
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........-
Cost............................................
Average cost per unit .............................- .
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .. ........ 6,639 4,469 1 2 1 13 640
9 ~ ~ ~ 4 $191, ~63591 1.12d.71 M 2996 260,6 T373 ~ 6 ,329 $179,7
cost ............................................,012,9 2 69,974,682 #1.94673 $4.412C 03.5897 $2,9096 $505.416 377.34 $2373
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 1,930 1,247 169 6503 87 99 26 1
Cost .........,8......,1.......................... 6$27105 91,780,501 $221,671 $1,046,738 $512,09' 78,177 7922,36? 73,3D 8479 012,694 $752,88T
Other equipment:
cost .............................................. 263.971t 151,553 84,811 19,756 46,986 64.55 47,876 35 6,285 3,193 38,363
Total cost of all equipment .................... I.17,057,981 11,906,736 2,250,155 5,507,735 4,144,06 1,271,438 3,879,807 578,750 467,106 253,216 2,50,727

.1/ This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment op*ated. It excludes es.Lee maah report expense for ludbasead twanepontationi in sess of 5 Pereent of total 00peratio and maiatenanS e pOSea.







TABLE 6.-REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER OF UNITS AND COST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY E--CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPoNDE1WITLW IN LOCAL SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Itm All Eastern district southernn Western district
distict T1otal --iw Kl~woe Tota. ..l
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region western rthwstern Mid-Wetern outwete regon regonWetert mountai
district region ..roditrict region region r
Number of carriers represented ...................... 129 88 7 56 25 3 38 3 7 3
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased............... s84 2,589 58 733
98,373S4:g 675 63,o32 66,01650
.verage cost per unit .................................2,14 2,41 2,2 2.667 1,788 1,229 1,937 1.15lt' ,,ot...........................72....24,165 62,~ 1448 1276 5121 4
Num er of unte se ond ha d he p rc ase 2 051135 6 9 16 2 1 1 380o 21 672
cost.................................................6 2,0 4 6, 4 e7 5 616,52 61 ,13,,1060 ,4011,792 611,651.7238$I76 629
Average cost per unit ........................... . 9 1,103 763 1,243 821 5550
Truck tractors:
Number of unite new when purchased.............. .1,202 927 15 31 598 23 2511 67
Cost ..............................................., 61,943,9114 *5,2 1 77,:0 61,,9 63,988 652,70o3105,16'
Avraeo o st er.. unit......................................2.0814 2,09 21, $ ,1,476 1 ,892 1,39 2i,098 1,9
Number of units second-hand when purchased ..6.295.151..... 6,950 ,7 1 0 1
C st............................................. $ ,5 2 $ ,967 5, 72 16,75 2 $1 ,1 0 $ 1 2, $ 1,6 1 5663,.31 13, 61 4
Averge cost per unit ........................... ... .1,13 1,27 1,07 1.51 1,00 Sl 93 9
uc trailers:
Cost .............................................o. 2 ,5 1 9 $ 7 16 23,1.2
Average cost per unit .................................. .1,27 26 1,201,2 1,491 1,307 1,17 ,1101 32,
Number of units second-hand when purchased ..46 295 15 2 2 6907 4 17 2 13


Cost .............................................. 67,151 $1,2 $92,10' #256,472 $5 |2 0 $665,131 o8$1 621,, 22
Average cost per unit ........................... 1,153 73,5 1,1 ,01 06 2940 65 14
Fultrailers:


Number of units new when purchased. .............. .. 7.. 12 871 6 6 $3, 2 453 42 194 2221
Coot................................................ 62 o91 9, 212 63,85 i6"46 *, 29 3 7,
Average cost per unit ................................1,794 1 2690 1,72 328523 2j469 61:34 'T 1:l g :01



Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 1 75 69 1 20 47 1 970 1 7
cost................................................ ..62,570, o 22.5 9 2 $12,,127 $6,6,179 $2,710 35319
Average cost per unit.................................. ....5863136 556 2,70 57 42

Number of units new whn purchased ................. 5,2 13 2 2 1 20 108
cost ............................................. .. ,1 1 1 2 23 95 6,45 6 $7,6 sl3g 6 92



Nmer of f an seit ra r 6.5.7.............2 1.194 ,o2 162 2,,3 1. 619,607
Number of unite second-hand when purchased 35. 17 2139 87 1,2 97~ 14 1,16 85





Cost ............................................ 6,31257 6 12,71,$81, $ 59130,.57 #2 67,50 $ 9 $1476 16,,2680
C c............................................... 6 619 63 6 612 631,0 557 6 347 577055
Ta eigh qupmnt:
Nube o uit nw he prcasd ........ 765190 67,92 1 3,6 8 234621 5 :092'8 $9374 1



Cost ............................................... ,, 650 957 39 657,219 61323 :

ost ............................................ 3,59 6 62,89,495 $1 1 61,5 20 61,6 87,930 6 7 69,571 $45.031 6 6,8o3 *3,298 01 ,7
Paseger equipment ls fsrie




Number of uitcs nd trn prhato s .......... .. ..................""" 2 4
osts.............................................. $
AvNu pe o r unli t ............................. . 1 9



Number of units second-hand when purchaed ........-- -cost .................................................. 22..1 1 g 7 $ $ 5


Average cost peruni. ..................................... .--oal rveeipce t


Number of units new whan puchae .rc .................... ...- 6 7 2 9 1 7
Coo $1,2500 $21,792$9,86,3 1 $19950$,23593612 $2,0 450 $1,21 0,16- 0191 7180 $86z $5.31 $,9,

.............................................. ....... ... 26 2 27oAeaco st per.. unit................................... ..... -3 -9:4 9. -; -4 $102,7 016-7,3 -1,1 079-7 $-, 9a11,3 1,2 55 1 $5,9
Number of unite seondhn w hen purchased ...... ----cost...........................................................- - -,,s- .. ...
Average cost per unit ................................... ,. 76 , 7

Number of units n W hen purcha......... 7
cost ...............................................61,211 61.O,52 27,43 282 2747 360 943617 aI

Number of units sewodh when purchased 3,58.,39.7.,39......1,6888...,~
cost............................................633506 6,9,2.7,2 15320 62,87 6967 61,7 4,3 2,0 ,~
Otherag equi p e n t ...........7.101.......
Coat............................................. 7639 3,0 0 2460 1,8 4 ~ 3,9

Total cotor aleuivnen,2,761ue176 32,64 8,5,6 equ,8i576pm4,0ent:9,72 107,1 3337~ 1468 i~~,1
lu 3mb 0- 42-t no2hnprhsd7 $10;72 3 ,4 .4 5








TABLE 7o-REVENUE EQUIPMENT INSTALLED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY 3/ A-COMKON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT AND COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT AND CONTRACT CARRIERS, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY I-'INTERCITY SERVICE (SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B, C, AND D OF TABLE 7)
EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19140

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Itmdsrcs Toa "Mdl Southern Tooal
Eastern E Total Nw middle Central region Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ro
dsrcs Eastern England Atlanti region Souhweten 'reoon
district region region region di riot region region 'ln roan

Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 34 30 571
Freight equipment:
Trucks: *
Number of units puchased ....................... .2,042 250 219 340 691 186 606 55 2 1$
cost ..................................... ....... $3,441,034 $1,727,110 $422,662 $540,500 $763,94 $217,071 $1,1496,853 $60,16 $54,923 628,7 .
Number of units purchased second-hand ....... 1035 564 177 164 22 121 350 29 66 127 210
Cost ........................................ .739,027 $377,284 $122,669 $147,861 $106,75 $61,932 6299,811 $10,658 $142,164 676,391 $11, $567
Truck tractors:
Number of units purchased now .. .. 3:10 2,315 282 597 1,1436 706 729 172 144 296 37
Cost............................................ $7,06523 $1,327,506 $798,7614 $1,530,568 $1,998,174 $1,279,91A4 $1,158,203 333, 707 S203,890 $142,004 $134,091$4
Number of units purchased second-hand 611213. 868 6 4 70 160 268 149 221 51 ,49 72 1
Coot ................................... $1-121953 $632,9 6 $101,323 $295,965 6235.160 $259,26 $229,679 $40,271 $44,099 514,407 $22,2656,637

Semi trailers:
Number of unite purchased now. .................... 164 2,041 380 629 1,0 52 59 134.12 1,7 6 16
cost ............................................. ,.337,066 03,446,736 $641,291 $1,2149,281 $1,557,1N 49.5 $9914S$ 13 $ 510 $243,846 $61,0 1251,639
Number of units purchased second-hand 760 1499 149 153 297 149 212 43 53 o 1 2
Cost ............................................ 0655,266 $450,860 $3,8 $231,111 1177,265 $33,908 6170,478 $29,912 $47,790 646,972 11,8931
Full trailers:
Number of unite purchased new ................... 138 33 33 105 7 4 7 87
Cost ........................................ $351,357 149, 7- $49,7-7 301,6io $5,087 $14,494 122,92 0269-137
Number of units purchased second-hand 12 1 11 42 1
cost ..............................................703N $6,848 75 $6,373 $280 $63,236 $500 0
Total freight equipment:
Number of units purchased new...................... .,0O 5,639 al 1,566 3,192 1,1417 2,038 64 26 692
Cost ............................................ 416,195,080 $9,551,099 $1,862,717 63,319,349 64,369,033 $2,392,501 $4,251, 80 4646,.2 $429.,11 1959,02 $385,16Z $1,931,331
Number of unite purchased second-hand ........... 2,71 1,53 296 1478 799 320 825 123 169 279 52 202
Cost $2,586,610 *1,17,160 $262,796 $679,112 $525,552 $355,946 $763,20M $90,941 613k,553 $177,770 $4,937 $324,103
Passenger equipment:
Number of unite purchased new .....................-
Cost............................................... -- ;
Number of units purchased second-hand *.-...........
cost ....................................................---- ------Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units purchased new .....................-
Cost ..............................................
Number of unite purchased second-hand .........-...."-
Cost|..............................................Total revenue equipment:
Number of unite purchased new ........................9,094 5,639 881 1,566 3,192 1,1417 2,038 6 26 692 115 5141
Cost .............................................. 616,195,080 $9,551,099 $1,862,717 $3,319:,349 $4,369,033 $2,392,501 $14,251,80 66146, $2 19,1 $959,082 6385,161r 61,831,331
Number of units purchased second-hand ............. 2, 18 1, 3 296 478 799 320 82 123 169 279 '1 2
Cost.............................................. 2,56 10 1,467 0 262,796 679,112 $525,552 6355,946 8762 80141 1134,553 $177,770 $4593 4l03

1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for OPurchased transportation" In excess of 5 percent of total 8Operstion and maintenano expenseen.










TABLE 7.-.REVENUE EQUIPMENT INSTALLED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY B-COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1910

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item All -.- --- NwSouthern Tt
d s r c s Total Now Mi d e C n r l regionw ee n T al N rhwe tern Kid-Western Southwester I
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central rreio nPWeaterno
district re ion region idstrict e .or.n.eo
Number of carriers represented ...................... 408 212 55 90 67 53 143 27 19 39
Freight equipment.
Trucks.
Number of units purchased new...............1,219 591 6329 2142 212 17 ~ 45 53 46 Z3 3
Cost ................................................ $1,934,062 $757,936 $200 $ 657 $227,510 $203,87 $972,250 656,381 43,161 $129,6 21 5
Number of units purchased second-hand .........7 66 352 142 2"O2 119 295 24 61 3 4
$48671,$20 $63,958 $4.5,06 $6,2 19,513 $8,875 $8,24 4,0$08
Cost ........................................ .. 6 2 2 97,342 062 60,842 66141,$1&2,011
Truck tractors:
Number of units purchased nw...................... 259 1,542 233 356 953 56 1 104 2
Cost ............................................ 85,266,oo8 $3,064,735 $687,111 $891,087 $1,486,537 $1,069,830 61,131, 3 0264,689 154,166 .363,533
Number of units purchased second-hand 596 307 52 86 169 1142 1147 11 39 J6 29
cost ...........................................841,807 6419,200 64,1499 $188,653 $166,04 62514,053 $169,551 69,609 636,525 $414#4620 6o3
Semitrailers:
Number of units purchased now ................... .2,380 1,515 3145 1406 7614 1426 1439 5 15 6 4
4265 7 49 67 '4,5
$39 :80 250 5111 $798, $1,135,167 $728,829 57677 50
Cost ............................................ 3,99,77 ,50,98 ,760,99 206,657 118,5 6
Number of units purchased second-hand 435 269 28 100 141 3 131 3 Mk1
Cost ............................................ ...... $4314,152 $289,166 20,3814 $173,761 $95,021 $25,39 119,590 62,331 $44,773 $ 7181
Full trailers:
Number of units purchased new ................... 70 1 1 69 6
Cost ............................................ $225,518 $95 $895 1261
Number of units purchased second-hand 2..9 -----29
Coet............................................ $45,955 ,- 45,59955"
Total freight equipment:"Number of units purchased new .......................6,267 3 6'715 1,004 1,930 1 10k 1,511 2714 235F 67535 Te 3Z5
Cost ............................................ 11,1420,36o 66,321:8 $1 ,0469 0, 20o9,381 62,850,109 $2,002.531 43,o69,312 6527,727 6315
Number of units purchased second-hand ...........1,826 928 6 1 222 268 1438 296 602 38 1148 23 45
cost ..........................................1,808,531 6914,628 12,225 61426,272 $306,131 $3440,291 $553,612 620.815 6 119,547 6135713 #35,614221,7
Passenger equipment:
Number of units purchased new...........................
Cost .....................................................
Number of units purchased second-hand .............-
Cost .................................................. -1-..-,, 0
Combinat ion bus-trucks:
Number of units purchased new .....................-
Cost ..............................................
Number of units purchased second-hand .,...........
Cost ............................................. ... .- -----,
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units purchased new.....6,267 3,64Z 715 1,004 1,930 1 1 274
Cost...............................................11,420360 66,328,51 $1,49,024 $2,009,381 62,850,109 62,002,534 69,312 6527,727 $315,582 $705,955 4272,901 I 26T 7
Number of units purchased second-hand .............26 92 222 268 438 296 602 38 14 213 146 1
Cost ........................................... 1,808.531 6914,628 $182,225 6426,272 6306,131 $340,291 6553,612 $20,815 $119,547 $135,735 635,642 6241

I/ This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchsed transportation* in excees of 5 percent otoa "Opertion an saintenaneB epenessN.







TABLE 7.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT INSTALLED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS Or PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ C--COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES, OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern di triot Western district
Item All Southern ,L:j i"*i
districts Total Now Middle Central region Total Nrnn
Eastern England Atlantil region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southves Pacific
Esen Egland Atlantic region ditit region region egzon Mountainiii
district re ion region district region region region

Number of carriers represented ...................... 101 56 10 18 28 3 42 1 4 14 2 21
Freight equ o.Ipent:
Trucks:
Number of units purchased new ........................476 373 20 41 312 3 100 S 6532
cost ...............................................796,114 $491,753 $32,688 $73,965 $385,100 $4,027 $300,334 $ 9,o66 $151,699 $3,579$43,9
Number of units purchased second-hand ........ 58 112 22 15 75 46 4
Cost ............................................ 183,320 $lO6,683 $15,059 $43,672 $47,952 $76,637 $3,435 $26,41 41,000
Truck tractors:
Number of units purchased new ................... 435 367 26 125 216 20 21
Cost ............................................ $655,707 $534,635 $42,715 *292,399 $199,521 $19,675 o101,397 $5,145 $26,533 61,c5
Number of units purchased second-hand 9.......... 70 8 19 43 2 26 1 3 4
cost ................................................$97,453 873,836 $20,703 $30,764 $22,369 *837 $22,780 $3,987 $6,o25 $7,64$12
Semitrailers:
Number of units purchased new .................. 241 161 20 70 71 22 2 2 062 ,
Cost ............................................ $386,505 $282,507 $35,597 $147,536 $99,384 $29,732 $T4,22 $3,367 $3,9127
Number of units purchased second-hand .150 115 1 26 88 35 2 23
Cost ............................................ $89,188 $63,205 $750 $22,808 $39,647 $19,983 $2,166 $5,692 $1,65o
Full trailers:
Number of units purchased new .................. 45 20 20 -25 2 4 1
cost ............................................ $85,419 $25,558 025,558 $59,861 $3,010 $4,494 $1,375
Number of units purchased second-hand .......... 7 -1
cost ............................................ $18,723 3,259 $3,258 $15.465 $500 $1o6
Total freight equipment: 11
Number of units purchased new .................... $1,92;, 37 ,4 66 236 619 42 231 2 17 117 $ 3 52
Cot........................ 375 $,$44 110,990 $513,900 $709,563 $53,43 $535,858 $3,367 $21,133 $192,670 1263 20,5
Cost ............................................2

Number of units purchased second-hand ........... 424 304 31 60 21 2 118 11 61 6 Jw
cost ............................................ $382,684 $246,982 $36,512 $97,244 $113,22 $837 $134,865 $10,088 $38,131 $10,295 $76,351
Passenger equipment:
Number of units purchased new ............ o..... ....-
Cost ..............................................-
Number of units purchaed seond--and ............ I I- ii
COst.....................................................- -- -- ---

Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units purchased new .....................
cost .............................................
Number of units purchased second-hand ............- -Cost .............................................
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units purchased new ...................1,17 21 66 236 619 45 231 2 17 117 43 52
....................,90go56 5,'3 5524$,6 o2,3 $19,67 $2o6,425
Cost .............................................. 1,923,745 $1,334, 53 $110,990 $513,900 $709,563 $53,$ 58 $2,263
Number of unite purchased second-hand ............. 424 304 31 60 21 2 i8 11 61 6 40
Cost ............................................ $382,684 $246,982 $36,512 $97,244 $113,226 $837 $134,865 $10,08 $38,131 $10,295 476,351
1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchased transportation' In excess of 5 percent of total "Operation and maintenance expenses.'










TABLE 7.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT INSTALLED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINOIPALLY D--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DEC DER 31, 1940


Summaries by diLotrits nd region
Item Eastern district sWestePn district
All Total New i aile Southetn
district. Eastern England Atlantic Centrel region Western Northwestern Kid-Western Soutwestern
district region region region district region ......

Number of carriers represented ...........................134 96 13 49 334 12 26 67 9
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units purchased new .................347 286 62 168 11
cost................................................10,5 $47,421 189,.205 .136,8'# $151,331 69,168 9 $3,75 2,696 .7,,03 1.,0. 9
Number of units purchased second-hand 111 100 1 6 20 25
Cost ............................................ 69,090 664,339 $10,261 #,,331 $13,740 61,090 03,661 $1,783 9 6
Truck tractors:
Number of unit purchased nw................ 717 406 23 116 26 13 55
cost .......................... ......... 1,143,98 $728,136 $66,93 1347,082 6312,116 $190,409 225,3#3 69,015
Number of unite purchased second-hand 174 121 10 S548 34o 6 11
cost ............................................ 12,693 $139,412 W 2,121 $76 W,3 6,.932 $3,3 $3,6 $3.57 #9.,17
Semitrailers: r ~ ~ s1
Number of units purchased new ......... .65. 15 1 101 28
......................................... ........... . 322,613 136 $59,552 1595 $43
Number of units purchased second-hand 17 15 20 27 6 14 4-6 0
cost ............................................137,922 698,50 #17,670 638,22 632597 60,512 $30,905 627,581 6851 8!4
Full trailers:
Number of units purchased new ...................32 11 *
coet ............................................ 40, 232919 23,29 3 617,126 $ 62,077 11-0
Number of units purchased seond-hand ........... 1 4 1 2 I-
Cost ............................................ ... 5,686 63,590 6475 3,3115 6280 11,816 1 18..
Total freight equipment:
Number of units purchased no ................... 1..o.?. ,630 1,069 100 326 64 265 296 74 40
cost ..............................................2,850,975 61,881,132 #282,703 $796,068 S809,361 6336,533 6626,310 $115,39d 492,696 $0,457 $
Number of unite purchased second hand ........... 341 343 150 19 22 105 0l
Cost ............................................ 395,395 6305,.50 64,059 $155,596 $106,195 614,818 6734,727 .6o,o,2 63.914 13,90
Passenger equipment:
Number of units purchased newd.......... ..... ...
Cost ....................................................
Number of units purchased second-hand .................
Cost .............................................. .... -Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units purchased ne ..................... .....------i!
Cost .............................................. -
Number of unite purchased second-hand .............-
cost .....................................................
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units purchased new ...................... 1,6 0 1,069 621 46 265 296 89 74 4o
Cot .....................................$2,850,9;5 $1,88 9 "2,7030 68 09,3 336,533 626,310 15,399 192,696 460,457 $5,
Number of units purchased second-hand............ ...468 3341 34~5 1348 41 22 105 5~x
.............................................. .395,395 $305,850 5596 $106, 6 727 6 3,9
cost ...able.is.restri.ted.to.carriers.ow.ing.m on o d e o exclude 17.4.,1c re o .ps r .rha, 07trnpr n 0 exe of 9re t1n8 o n
/This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipmnt operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchasedasportations in exce of 5 percent of total 'pt~i~on andA maitenne xeno




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TABLE 7.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT INSTALLED, CLAss I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY
E--CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Western district
All Total 'e Southern Total
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Roc P
district region region region district region ereion region reo
Number of carriers represented ...................... 129 8g 7 56 25 3 38 3 7 3 2
Freight equipment:
Trucks: .... 8 6 3 112357 21
Number of units purchased new .................... 1587 3 8 23$ 121 11 213 5 7 1
Cost ............................................ 0961,887 4637, 32 $15,002 $449,654 $172,976 $13,436 $310,819 66,268 089,232 *2,8$k7 0,145
Number of units purchased second-hand ......... 398 281 9 205 67 6 9 7 8 7 7 6
Cost ............................................ $272,920 $217,o4 $4,790 *11,475 $30,819 $1,50 $51,25 $2,100 $5,1471 $3,761 $
Truck tra tors:
Number of units purchased new .............. ..... 281 207 2 75 130 6 68 2 1k 4 4
Cost .................................................543,63 0408,031 $1,577 $222,569 $183,885 $5,237 *130.375 42,399 $23,778 $5,14.7 $ 1
Number of unite purchased second-hand .........64 8 2 3 1 J4 O9 A 7
Cost ............................................ $105,17Z 469,713 $7,005 $31,50 $31,20 $200 $35,21l 0k,437 07,355
Semitrailers: 2 61 169 8 4k 2 5 4
Number of units purchased new .................. 4 2J 2 ?1
Cost ........................................... $366,56k $295,8 6 $1,429 $85,352 #209,065 $11,283 459,435 $3,545 $6,375 43,09 $4
Number of units purchased second-hand ...... 157 113 1 32 so k4 19 2
cost.......................................... .$73,971 $47,479 *kk4 413,372 033,667 $26,k92 $900 07,111
Full trailers:
Number of units purchased new .................32 11 1i 21
Cost ............................................. $53,165 $25,472 $25,k72 $27,693
Number of units purchased eoond-hand ........... 11 5 6 3 "
cost ............................................ $11,183 *,526 *6,179 42,347 $2,657 2
Total freight equipment: 1
Number of units purchased new ...................1,18k 813 12 370 25 346 9 98 11 18 2
cost .......................................1,925,59 *1,366,981 $18,008 *757,575 8591,39 82,56 85 322 *12,212 $119,385 $11,082 $39,570 $34,5~
Number of units puroht.sed second-hand ..............,6 6 469 8 265 186 117 18 1 5 7
0463, o0 $12,235 $ 530 $99,037 0 o $Z5666 $1oo f~To9 zz #,
Cost ............................................. 32U 0342,80 $1,3 232,53 89,374,78 *115,66 63,000 01, *,1 6,521 $7,11
Passenger equipment:
Number of units purchased new .....................
S ost ..............................................

Number of units purchased second-hand ..-...........
cost ..............................................Combination Bue-Trucks:
Number of units purchased new ..................... -Cost ...............................................
Number of units purchased second-hand ............. "
cost ..............................................
Total revenue equipment: 1 1 81173k
Number of units purchased new ..............................37.43 2254 81i 1
cost ...............................................1,925,259 $1,366,981 $*1,0 *757.575 *591,1398 29,95 4528,322 $12,212 4119,385 011,082 $39,578
Number of units purchased secondhand ............... 6 69 1 265 186 7 4111oio
Cost ........................................... .3, ,3k2 2 412,235 ,530 ,98,037 ,.78o $115,.1 $,.$oo06 ,6o1 0










TABLE 8.--REENUE EQUIPMENT RETIRED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY IV A--COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT AND COMMODITIES OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT AND CONTRACT CARRIERS, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY N INTEaCITY SERVICE
(SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B C AND D OF TABLE 8)
YEAR ENDED DE6EMBER 31, 19110

Summaries by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Western district
It mA l l T o t a l N e w - -l -dd l o S o u th e r n T t o l
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Weste orthwestern Nid-etern Southwetr
district r.eion roglon region district region region region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 12 68 211 34 30 5T
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of unite new when purchased .............. .....11463 997 276 2 126 0 25 5571731
cost............................................ 2,36 521 $1,57,27 .79,6 1 $50,727 57 o 6 622, 26,41 026.644,14
Number of unite second-hand when purchased .892 4 1 1 7 4 10, Ad
cost ............................................ ..890,325 112, $ ,.1 411'M 5, 59., 4 #.6' $39,616 5,0
Truck tractors:499307 Number of unite new when purchased .............. 1, 18 ,7 1 46
cost............................................ 33,64o 543693 735.97106$672,4596$145,643 6, 211,735 6615,290 1,551 19,1350,
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 6,3 6 50 251 10 12 4
Cost............................................ .69 391 25226 $91,15 033 636,123 $24,a63 $21,3#,
Semitrailer,:
Number of unite new when purchased .............. O.....17 622 1 5 28 91 237 4 3
Cost............................................ ..1,325,1 68,176 61410,207 6 174,,111 $267, $152, 691, 65981 637,11. 1 ,0,1* P61
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 51 2 1 96 100 126 2 .1
Cost............................................ 1358 $220,J32 $23,367 681A71 #115,145 $80,436 $203.2" 630,526 $14,7! $22,2 6$2 1
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased. ............... 6 ,26 26 it 5 -6 ,2
Cost ............................................ 6102,117 628 ,930 62,930 66,655 066,92 $3.821 000
Number of units seond-hand when purchased ...... 11 1s I
cost............................................ 92,073 8,957 61 060 05,67o5 677,41
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .............. 11710 3,1 891 662 692 147 151
ost................................................. 121 785 1,9 655 11 230,79 21


Number of units second-hand when purchaed.....::: 2:11966l41 D'7
Cot...................................................4...5,5
Comb rtof unts e We3 Il02:37 55 012 $73,307 479 95I 3 1.
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased.. .................... -i
Cost ..............................................
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ........
Cost ..............................................
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ......................
Cost .............................................. 7,....7.. 7 7 ,
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ........- -.-,
Cost.......................................... ..... ..Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .....................1710 3,102 515811662 666 94a3 1A7 151 1132
Cost .................................................7,121,785 64,929,0655 61,014,1421 61,811531 #1,995,703 6937,981 $1,551,J19 6230,879 S2141,092 $542a,599 $664 4691
Number of unite second-hand when pflrchased ..... 2,111 1,19 22129 641 0 616 1011O 01011 4
Cost ........................ 02.0711,573 61,092,331 #2112,064 $407,180 $4113,127 6227,11509 6751,75 673,30747077

?f hi, table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriler@ which report expense for IPurobassd treaportation' in excess of 5 percent of total *Operationi andI salntonnce expenses'







TABLE .--REVENUE EQUIPMENT RETIRED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I B--COMmON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district hWetern district
districts -Total NoCntral re o Toter Rocky
AatrlEgadltota eta reoen Toetal Northwestern Rid-Western Southwestraaii
Eastern England Atlantio ecn&s~o n~n I rgo ei
district region region region district region region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 40 212 55 90 67 53 143 27 19 39 1. 4
Freight equipment'
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased.............7,6 4 8 142 123,~ 1 160 5 1 3 *2 21 23 32
ct.............................................1,126,049 1699,442 $305,018 # $1 1 $377,210,332
Number of units second-hand when purchased 656 334 119 815 131 87 235 172 296
Cost ............................................ $542,351 $260,058 $104,724 $72,537 182,797 $39,77g 0242,515 16,390 816,
Truck tractors:
Number of units new when purchased .............. 1 i389 846 121' 168 557 284 259 5 48 117 7
cost ............................................ $2,442:012 11,470,584 1292,671 $370,794 $07,129 $517,697 $453,731 114,45 102,128 1129,1209 $
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 422 248 44 50 154 67 107 24 24 36 6 17
coot............................................ $495,215 $319,960 $75,758 879,239 1163,963 166,63 $109,621 $27,269 $21,533 21,08
Semitrailer:
Number of units new when purchased ..............742 434 11 167 153 ll. 191 40
Cost ............................................ $949,818 1569,155 $127,925 $279,04 162,181 6126,10 254,559 153,4979 $359 $99,205 $ 3
Number of units second-band when purchased 356 193 26 52 ll 68 95 24 14 2 61
cost............................................. 1$264,047 0136,6143 822,242 $43,534 $70,87 ~ 147,226 180,173 122,984 111,151 01,1 10,846 1.7
Full trailers:
Number of unite new when purchased..............27 4 4 4 19 -2-1
cost............................................ 45,719 1547 $1,547 $6,655 137,517 0
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 5 3 1 2 1 31 31
Cost ............................................ 137,862 $1,7o3 $510 $1,193 $11k25 35,734
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .............. 2 .....2894 1,722 7 7 486 859 5198 654 118 11275 2712
Cost.............................................. $4,563,598 82,740,728 1725,614 1883,681 11,131,433 $799,850 11,023,020 0187,2o6 1168,406 283759 I6,695
Number of units second-hand when purchased 6... 4 7178 1 188 402 223 468 65 77 10 157
Cost ............................................ 11,339,475 1717,3 9 1202,724 $195,820 #318,925 6154,o63 0468,o43 156,643 #48,9'A $79,240 $
Passenger equipment.
Number of units new when purchased.................
Cost .................................. ...--
Number of units second-hand when purchased ..........
Cost ...............................................
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ..................
Cost ......................................... ...... .-
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ ..
cost ................................................ -"I
Total revenue equipment: I 3 .0...
.............................................. 5,799,850
Number of unts econd-hand when purobaee ....... 1,88 188402248 15634,981470
cot.............................................. 33 9 22,724 1195,820 318,85 154,6 8,43, #79,2 12

/ This table is restricted to carriers owning moat of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for #Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total *peration andaintenacnex s nsee~m









TABLE S.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT RETIRED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS or PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ C--COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES, OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item All Eastern district Southern Western district
districts Total Nw Middle STotal Northw M
Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western N este Mid-Western Suheter P
district region reEion region district region region region
Number of carriers represented ....................... 101 56 1o 0 28 3 42 1 4
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased.............478 68 64 254 a 108 92 1
Cost .............................................. 738,564 5o4,18 117,96 164,855 221,797 2,010 ,231,936 8,058 $73 ,25

Number of units secondhand when purchased 1....... 4 9 1 3 1
cost............................................. $...6171,o39 653.380 $ 416 13 18 1 0 0
0395,653,30 64157 $1,204 $8,3 of 63,080
Truck tractors:
Number of units new when purohased.....................49 $29824 21 66 127 827 3Cost ............................................. 366,624 2 047 30,10 143,118 124,825 66,254 62,323 $
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...41 32 2 12 3.8 9 1 11
cost.............................................. 729 $47,93S $5.720 35,322 #6,796 $20,891 $1,263 1
Semitrallers:
Number of units new when purchased 2............. N 4 2
cost ................................................61o0,29 70,7' 0,62'a $31,J $33,43 $2,29 0,27,5;9 1,780
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 39 32 5 27 7- 1 2 22
cost ............................................. .63,212 621,289 612,000 616,289 9,923 1,465 $2,375 S 64,33
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased ...............8 -4 ._cost ................................................. 16,185 $5,06o 5 ,06 11,125 4-1"125
Number of units second-hand ten purchased .... .24 13 12 1 11 -Cost ............................................. $725,354 $65,370 $ 64,397 6983 $ 619.984 -19Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ................. 835 644 73 42
Cost ................................................1,222,002 6-78,496 $153,698 $339,633 0385, ,i65 $10.5 $ 17 $12.51 2


6- 3, _5 P2,5
Number of units second-hand when purchased .... 228 160 21 47 92 67 -5 246
cost ................................................307,334 169,993 616,759 6105,009 $48,225 -1,2CM 6136,137 65,808 $18,637 il, 1
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .................
cost ...................................................
Number of units second-hand when purchased .........
cost ................................................
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ......................--------Cost .....................................................
Number of units second-hand when purchased .......-- -coat ....................................................--------Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ......................35 644 73 14 429 3 78 1 2-k3
cost............................................... 1,222,002 $78,496 $153,698 $339,633 6385,165 #10,54 $332,957 $12,5 $220,85 ,51 9
Number of units second-hand when purchased 228 160 21 4-7 92 67 5 24 62
Cost .............................................. $307,334 $169,993 616,759 6105,009 $48,225 $1,204 6136,137 -5,808 618.637 611,i4o 61

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TABLE S.--REVENUE EQUIPMENT RETIRED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ D--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district S Western d-istrict
Item All Ta New-- iddle Southern Total
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern | Pa
district region region region district region region region igii
-- -.. r ..
Number of carriers represented ...................... 134 96 13 49 34 12 26 6 7 14 9
Freight equipment:
Trucks:29 9 4142
Number of units new when purchased .......... 249 191 50 715 5
Cost ........................................ 199,908 374,21 $156,687 1142,02 $ 75,507 $12,176 $113,514 $7,150 $21,505 $i1, 79 62,9190
Number of units second-hand when purchased ... 112 55 12 29 1A 9 4g 1 9 1
oat.......................................... .$172,935 $63,590 $18,134 $35,366 $10,090 $9,207 $100,138 $268 $20,272 $898 8
Truck tractors:
Number of unite new when purchased...........54 3 12 20 265 106 44 214 6 12 2
Cost ..................................... .. $820,394 $672,R34 $41,768 $320,791 $309,781 $91,339 $56,715 $31,186 $7,8944 12,935 ,
Number of unit second-hband when purchased ... 76 114 1431 7936 26 0 3
Cost ........................ .... $123,17 8,3 $3,322 $144,715 $35,769 $214,1 $15,52 $8,851 $2,067
Semitrailers:
Number of units new when purchased .......... . 155 130 3 86 41 18 7 3 1
Cost ............................................ $275,370 241,550 $6,651 $ 163, 2 71,494 $24,o67 $9,753 $5,337 $3,16 1,5
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 146 90 2 34 54 32 214 18 3 1 2
Cost ............................................ $102,099 055,699 $1,125 $26,20 $28,334 $33,210 $13,190 47,542 $2,165 $2,083
Full trailers:
Number o units new when purchased .. ...30 1- 18 -1 6
Cost ....................... $40,513 $22,323 22,323 $18,190 $3,821 $1,6
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 23 2 2 8 13 13
Cost ............................................ $28,57 01,884 $1,884 $5,250 621,723 -21,723
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .. .... .981 736 99 263 374 135 110 9 27 30 4
Cost .. $1,636,185 $1,310,31 $205,109 $626,217 1479,105 $127,582 $198,172 $43,673 $33,170 $37,98o 9
Number of units second-hand when purchased ...... 47261 8 914 114 85 ill 9 15
Cost .................... ................... $427,764 $205,009 $22,581 1106,351 $76,077 $72,183 $150,572 $16,6 $24,50- $2,981 -106,23
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ...........
Cost ...............................
Number of units second-hand when purchased ......... I[ I
Cost .......... ........ . . ... .-...............Combination Sue-Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased ................ .Cost ...................... .... ...... .... ...
Number of units second-hand when purchased ..........- ---
Cost .......................................... ... .. "-,-" I
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ...... .... 981 36 99 263 371 135 110 29 27 30
Cost .............................................. $1,636,185 $1,310, S05,109 $626,217 $479,105 $127,582 $198,172 $43,673 $33,170 $37,980 8
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 457 261 18 94 19 81 i5 il 2 5
Cost ..427,764 $205,009 122,581 $106,351 676,077 $72-,183 $150, 572$2,96 $ 50 2,

1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total 00peratlon and maintenanoo expenses."










TABLE S.-REVENUE EQUIPMENT RETIRED, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIE S OF PROPERTY
E-cANIEN ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by dietriots and reglne
Eastern district Westhen district
Item All ew Middle Sntr l region WTo e Ptcif
dtrt Eastern England AtlanticNorthwestern i-W tern Suthweter
ditrect region Aegilon region strn region region egio

Number of carriers represented ....................... 129 98 7 56 25 3 38 3 7 3 23
Freight equipment:
Trucks4 2 1Z272
Number of unite now when puroased ... ............395 301 16 224 61 $492 7 20 4,
Cost ................................... 1,131,03 09,337 $ 4, 515 $750,397 $113,365 $2,944 0219,862 $11,729 $46,580 $9,551
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ..333 221 148 65 4 10 7 7 4
cost............................................. $241,794 $165,619 *5,309 $127,196 $33,123 $1,035 $75,131 01,645 $3,752
Truck tractors,
Number of unite new when purchased ............... 121 100 4 .44 1 20 5 4
cost ............................................. $276,202 $239,0 0 08,961 $116,779 $113,32 001 036,321 81,245 $11,797
Number of unite second-band when purchased ..67.0. 61 1 301 12 4o ,7 3--2
cost .................................................. 044.. ... .,721 $30,o $12,0,2 $1,579 021,7K 75$
Semitr oilers:
Number of units new when purchased ............... 59 53 24 29 2 4
Cost ............................................. $ 2,558 #78,751 $37,035 $41,716 $2,205 1,602
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....45 '38 2 27 9 74 3
Cost ............................................. $27,57 023,s $2,127 $16,925 $4,66 $3,7 0950 2,0
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased ............... 12 1 1 11 11
cost ................................................ .9,120 $1,285 $1,285 $6,935 -6 ,3
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 2 2
Cost ................................................ $1,427 $1,k,27
Total freight equipment:
Number of unite new when purchased ................. 57 455 21 292 142 5 127 8 25 8 9
cost ............................................. 1,497,923 $1,227,453 $54,831 *9g4,201 $268,421 *5,850 $264,620 $12,974 $58,377 012,413
Number of unite second-hand when purchased ....... 475 320 11 205 104 8 147 11 10 8 2 116
cost............................................. '3,291 $233,599 $9,158 0174,012 05o,429 $2,614 $102,07 $2.595 $4,5o5 $4,585
Passenger equipment:
Number of units new when purchased .........................
Cost ...............................................-
Number of unite second-hand when purchased .........-...
Cost ..................................................
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased .................
Cost ...............................................
Number of units second-hand. when purchased ..
cost ..............................................
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ............... ... 57 455 21 292 142 5 127 25
cost ............................................... $1,497,923 $1,227,453 854,831 $9o4,2 1 $268,421 $5,50 064,620 $12,974 $5,377 $12,4134
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 475 320 11 205 104 a 147 11 10 8
Cost ............................................... 0338,291 $233,599 $9,158 $174,012 $50,429 $2,614 $102,079 $2,595 $4,505 $4,585 $2,043 ,





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TABLE 9-NUMBER OF UNITS OF REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED, CLASSIFIED BY YEAR OF MODEL, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19140

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Al Eastern district Western district
districts Tot w Middle outhern Tl o
Western England Atlntic Central region n Northestern Mid-Western Southwestern
Eatr Egad AtatcWestern o l Paic
district region region region district region region region
Number of carriers represented ..................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 30
Freight equipment: NUMBER OF VEHICL8
Trucks:
1941 .................................160 117 iO 32 7Z 9 342 6
1940 ..........................................1,941 1,137 215 3481 57 197 13 6
1939 ...............................................151 875 238 319 319 231 469 3 210 41g
1938 ................................................1,0 522 179 211 131597041
193 1,7O 815 321 272 222 21 73 2
1931 .,o, 1,071 257 395 4 29 676 219 A
19391 1 9 182 2 1,9 24 21
193.973 44S 150 1..... ,1 4313 71 3 I 21 21
1933 ...............................................,2 297 15011 1 31 1877 3
1932 and prior yeafls...................................51794 11
229 1,313 46 563 2Z97 1,119 7 7115
Total .................................... 13,938 7.292 2,132 2,690 2,470 1,566 5,080 52 459 1,52833
Truck tractors: '
1941 ................................................466 l7 4 82 17 7081 2
1940 ........................................... 3,868 3 2, 23 9 8 151 77 72 17 2.7
7,6 129 1 8 43
195 696 1 16705
193 9 .................................. 3,262 1, 791 382 195 70 76 79 2o6...
19368.................................. ..............1,4421 309 ~ 365 6.29 782 456781142Z0
1937........................................... 21 219 s4 a

1936 ...............................................,8 1,09 309 39a 1 76 1
1gS 3 26 7


1932 and prior years ........................... 688 412 49 149 214 . 3
Tot, ....................................... 15,161 9,094 1,407 2,930 4,757 2.05 3,662 767 66 1,45 187 71_T
Semitrailers:
194 0........................................... .10 7 1 6
1941.......................................... 3.15 N 1 6o 10 9d7 -6
1939 ........................................... 1,7 39 728 710 592 193 1 1
193.i ............................................ 1,295 143 243 287 4
2,91 111 1,445 26 30 531 173.811
3,16 2,o5 360 489 1,0 322 6 12 265 23
193 2........................................... 2,609 1 2032 2 1242 246 559 1251
193................................................ .1,150 681 1 3 i l 35 2 6 7 I
5 272 6 196 50 5 3 i 5i
1933 ................................................752 492 19 438 111 358 68 89 ,7 11
1932 ard prior year's ........................... 1,229 796 16 21 416 82 351 77 9 76 14 93
Total .................................... 18.634 11,979 1,971 3,525 6,483 2,418 4,237 832 695 I ,434 192 3.,0I
Full trailers: 1941............................................1 1
1940 ........................................ .......144 381 38 0i 7 4 8
1939 ........................................... 10 11 -11 1 91 7
1938...........................73 17 -2 15 51 5 27
150 33 612 1 16
182958 751 120 1 5 1
1932 ................................................ ..2 101 1 13 13 99 5 914
1933 .................................................28 3 1 17 2 22 5
1932 and prior years ........................... 7 158 39 119 591 2 9
Total .................................... 1,768 487 66 1121 22 1,259 37 17 75 1,127
Passenger equipment: 1941 .............................................
194o .............................................."
1939 .............................................-1938 ................................................ - : .
193 .................................. .......... .. .. .
93 ;
1935 .............................................1
1933 .............................................
1932 and prior years .......................... ... 2 2
Total .....................................6 1 1 5

/ This table is restricted to carriers .oning Most Of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers whieh report expense for Purohased trsneport&tLonl in exce s of 5 percent of total 'Operation and alntenoe expenses.









TABLE 10.--INCOME STATEMENT, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY A--COMMON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
(SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B AND C OF TABLE 10)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940
Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western 1 sisr ct
All Southern...
districts Total Northwes tnrn Mhr id-Westrn Soueternaf
Eastern England Atlantic Central region We torn mountain
ALstriot reion e n region Wstrio region region region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 34 30
REVENUES
Operating revenues .................................. 258,775,398 0151,197,276 028,770,766 $49,5248,629 172,877,881 $3k4,974,349 $72,603,773 010,959,327 19,047,16 3 s1.799 2
MLPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses .................. 202,951,982 119, 02,272 23,254,593 39,769,795 56,677,884 26,807,653 56,4242,057 8,761,629 7,200,38 11
Depreciation expense ................................ 13,051,244 7,634,513 1,725,377 2,866,312 3, 794 1,622,69 3,794,037 9,167 370, 9 2
Amortization chargeable to operations................ . 32074 11,399 2,6245 2,635 6,10 9 11,1 9 1 992 -j-1
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 22 690,316 11, 716,173 2,121,683 3,689,887 :Z05.203 3,997,07 6.976.9 1,072, 22
Operating rents--Net ................................ 6431,687 4,693, 695 675,633 1.318592 99,70 0,021 1,129.971 12. 2
Total expenses................................. 245,157,303 143,758,642 27,779,931 47,6247,251 68,331,460 33,O46,611 68,352,050 10,45 ,13 .,385,630 182.................... 6,
Net operating revenue .......................... I.13,618,095 7,438,634 990,835 1,901,378 4,546,421 1,927,738 4,251,723 501,314 661,533 1,
Rent for lease of carrier property-Debit ........... 72,325 18,910 900 2,000 16,010 11,329 '42,o86 2,641 16
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ....... 27,061 17,322 3,500 3,921 9,901 2,500 7,239 5,245 1...... ...
Not carrier operating income ................... 13,572,831 7,2437,046 993.2435 1.903,299 4,54o,312 1,918,909 4,216,876 503,919 663,27 1,276..,5
OTHER INCOME
Net Income from nonoarrier operations ............... 330,598 163 209 6,101 67,36o 89,748 Dr. 1,103 168,492 22,822
Net income from nonoperating property ............... 25,994 1:165 Dr. 1,141 2,376 Dr. 68 ffr O 27,888 741 1,0784
Interest Income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriere................................ .362 3,065 1251 1,74 6583
Others .......................................... b,550 ,851 2,280 2,571 -1,699
Motor carriers .................................. 1,434 225 225 795 414 26 -7
Others .......................................... 51,323 25,550 10,202 5,619 9,729 5,065 20,708 2,967 2,013 6,1o
Total Interest income ......................... 64,669 33,691 13.733 10,169 9,789 9,273 21,705 2,993 2,013 6,015
Dividend income:
From associated companies:
motor carriers ........................................8082 5,082 --5,082 -3,000 --3,000
Others.......................................... 7,90 -- 7,90 540 7,
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. .2 73 2, -,082 000
others ................................................ .32,29, -3 3,0 315 5
Otes ........................ 32,3 7 :03;1,57 -,9 07 1,9f72 19, 9".
Total dividend Income ......................... 51,112 10,279 315 522 9,442 -4 0,833 3,037 1,872 8,591 9,23
Income from sinking and other funds .................1,531 1,415 1,15 116 107
Other nonoperating inoms ........................... 159,b77 62,088 24,902 21,20 35,982 28,232 69,357 ,90313,40 21,577
Total other Income .............................. 633,581 271,847 23,908 101,631 146,308 33,343 328,391 324,496 24,926 134 .711 1,79 119,46o
Gross Income ................................... .14,206,412 7,708,893 1,017,343 2,004,930 4,686,620 1,952,252 4,545,267 538,414 68,213 1,24,1,274 99,61
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ................... 882,916 2487,624 130,341 203,106 1524,177 75,859 319,2433 25,614 26557 65,129
Other interest deductions .............................. 294,242 1247,210 37,761 62,039 Z7,410 314,05 112,627 10,171 6,782 25,397
Taxes assumed on interest ..........................
Amortization of debt discount and expense .......... 3,34 1,62_ 1,480 142 1,432 288 166 122
Amortizatlon of premium on debt--Credit ..........--. .
Other deductions .................................... 508,054 203,801 55,2477 81,796 66,528 62,007 242,246 21,652 12,986 60,392 17,85
Total Income deductions ........................ 1,688,556 840,259 223.579 3248,2421 268.259 173,703 674,594 57,603 48,325 150,918 46,277 71
Met income before income taxes................. 12,517,856 6,868,634 793,764 1,656,509 4,418,361 1,778,549 3,870,673 480,811 639,888 1,260,356 243,33t9 21,
Provision for income taxes........................... 3,118,519 1,898,191 243,729 315,735 1,338,727 442,796 777,532 96,531 61,538 313,465
Net income ..................................... 9,399,337 4.970,443 5 35 1,340,774 3,o79,634 1,335,753 3,093,141 384,280 578,350 9146,91 17,76

_/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers vhich report expense for "Purchased transportation In excess of 5 percent of total "Operation and a




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TABLE 10.--INCOME STATEMENT, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY
B--COMMON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item All Total Now M Southern
distict ant il Central region Northwesthweter Roc
districts Eastern England Atlanti Cster Northwestern Mid-We tern aoIfI
district region reaion region Westrn region region region

Number of carriers represented ...................... 509 266 65 10 95 56 15 28 23 53 16
REVENUES
Operating revenues .................................. $218,962,683 $124,177,607 $25,61,O16 $3,156,635 $60,336,754 $30,306,696 $64,47,360 09,355,967 $7,671,592 $18,778,360 5,231,997 $,
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses .................. 173,298,670 99,16,615 20, 13,596 30,948.955 14,026,164 2J,528,162 4 9,952, 7:734 576,69g 63,966 1
Depreciation expense ................................ 6 590410 1354 l317,24o 0749 23:1 6,1571459174 6 23,5, g95,O 1,3
Amortization chargeable to operations ............... 1 293 i2,389 2,07 2,635 6,109 0,3 9,516 992 255 7
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 19,0 6,611 9,532,399 1,852,699 2,767,5 5 1.912,14 3,385,613 6,169,610 a96,53 715,49, 1694:477 322
Operating rents--Net ................................ 5,576,375 3,941,1O6 630,783 1,017,902 2,292,423 559,590 1,077,677 114,910 Cr. ,7.936 32S, 495 386,210
Total expenses ................................. 2O,634,745 119,212,919 24,12,961 36,6O,412 57,591,669 26,661,193 60,560,633 6,940,555 7,110,761 17,524,302 4,952,120 2232,
Net operating revenue .......................... 10,327,936 4,964,699 871,200 1,34,423 2,745,065 1,445,503 3,917,747 415,412 560,631 1,254,058 279,77 1,
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ........... 64,162 I,910 900 2,000 16,O10 3,166 42,O66 2,64 150 16,043 5,059 1 9
Income from lease of carrier property--Credit ....... 214727 14,9 3,500 1,567 9,901 2,500 7,239 5,245 1,904 90
Net carrier operating income ..................... 10,28,503 4,960,766 673,800 1,34s,OlO 2,736,956 1,444,637 3,662,900 418,016 562,585 1,239,105 274,51 1,399,376
OTHER INCOME
Net income from nonoarrier operations ............... 316,215 137,154 374 47,1447 69,333 Dr. 1.0 1S2,16 22,769 11,673 97,099 1,667 93
Net income from nonoperating property ................... 26,992 585 Dr. 654 1,140 99 26,261 7141 1,076 1459 2,05 20,195
From associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 4,ll 1,814 1,754 60 1 714 593 -- 11 572
Others .......................................... 4,535 2,636 1,060 1,756 1:699
From other than a so ated compan ies:i
Motor carriers .................................. 1,209 795 414 26 67 1
Others .......................................... .41446 19,292 9,936 3,266 6,090 1,930 20,2P4 2,710 1,611 6,010 2,3 7 7,3
Total interest income ......................... 51,301 23,942 11,O16 6,776 6,150 6,136 21,221 2,736 1,511 6,010 2,395 8,269
Dividend Income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers ................................. ,062 5,062 5,052 3,000 3,000
Others ............................................. 2,90 290 2teo 2,150
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ..................................
Others .......................................... 29,817 1,664 315 307 1,042 26,153 3,037 62 5,051 99 19,884
Total dividend income ......................... 40,789 6,746 315 307 6,124 34,043 3,037 62 6,591 99 22,2 4
Income from sinking and other funds ................. 1,531 1,415 1,415 116 107
Other nonoperating income ........................... 95,739 26,736 14,19 5,11 2 16,775 6,762 60,241 4,903 13,1472 21,577 7,609 12,4
Total other Income ............................. 534,467 196,576 15,670 60.612 121,696 11,623 324,066 314,16 26,223 13 ,736 14,798 112,123
Gross income ................................... 10,522,970 5,159,344 669,670 1,408,922 2,660,552 1,456,660 4,206,966 452,202 590,606 1,372,8141 269,616 1,501,499
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ................... 761,603 417,106 123,16 151,927 142,o61 67,141 277,286 23,68 24,99 59,945 1959
Other Interest deductions ........................... 235,966 102,130 34,372 O,155 27,303 31,509 102,347 9,056 7,766 23,52 g, 5
Taxes assumed on Interest ......................................
Amortization of debt discount and expense 3,32 1,624 1,10 114 1,132 26 16 12
m.......... 3 4 1' 4 i, 8 41 432 9122
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .........-
Other deductions ..................................... 449,6O 165,966 16,799 53,763 63,366 53,279 230,557 20,632 10,334 59,473 17,951 122,067
Total income deductions ........................ 1,450,937 666,629 206,269 247,645 232,e94 153,631 610,476 53,741 43,120 142,344 146,277 324,496
Net income before income taxes ................. 9,372,033 4,472,516 663,361 1,161,177 2,627,956 1,303,029 3,596,466 399,461 547,636 1,229,997 243,339 1,177,003
Provision for income taxes .......................... 2,372,677 1,336,092 236,166 256,301 s41,623 326,310 706,475 65,35 42,797 305,220 55,575 219,525
-Net Income ..................................... 6,999,156 3,136,424 447,213 902,676 1,766,335 974,719 2,566,013 313,103 504,691 924,777 187,764 957,478


1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchased transportation, in excess of 5 percent of total operation and maintenance expensee.









TABLE 10.--INCOME STATEMENT, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ C--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
I Eastern district Western dsi
Itemditrict Total New Middle Tota ego etean Notwsem i-Wse%
1t1 Al -~-----~----- o~~--Southern Tc m "
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western orthwestern MidWstern Southween P
district region re ion region district region region region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 134 96 13 49 34 12 26 6 7 4
REVENUES
Operating revenues.................................. $39,812,715 027,019,669 $3,086,749 $11.391,794 $12,541,127 $4,667,653 $8,125,393 $1,603,360 1,375,571 $80 1 7
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses .................. 29,653,112 19,883,657 2,1410,997 8,820,940 8,651,720 3,279,.491 6,.489,964 1,257,372 1,014
Depreciation expense ................................ 2,'l1, 914 1,725,094 2142,292 7914,s67 687,9145 2 45 ,4 441,300 65,624 75:334
Amortization chargeable to operations ............... 71 781
Operating taxes and licenses ........................ 3,603,505 2,184,395 26s,980 922,142 93,059 61l,261 807, 59 175,249 125, 33
Operating rents--Net ................................ 53,312 752,587 414,850 300,690 427,0w? 18,131 52, 29 19,213 ,81
Total expenses ................................... 36,522,558 24,545,723 2,967,113 10,838,839 10,739,771 4,185,418 7,791,417 1,517,1459 1,274,869 762,2734.
Not operating revenue .......................... 3,290,157 2,473,946 119,635 552,955 1,801,356 482,235 333,976 5,902 100,702
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit ........... a 6 8,163 "
Income from lease of carrier property-Credit ....... 2,334 2,33 2,33
Net carrier operating income ................... 3,284,328 2,476,280 119,635 555,289 1,801,356 474,072 333,976 85,902 100,702 3
OTHER INCOME
Net Income from nonuarrier operations ............... 12,383 26,055 5,727 19, 913 415 D 1.O6 53 Dr-.,297 Dr. 30
Net income from nonoperating property ............... 5Dr. 8,8 250 Dr, 5489 1,231 S.5
Interest inconsFrom associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 1,251 1,251 1,251 .
Others .......................................... 2,015 2,015 1,200 815
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ..................................225 225 225 .
Others ...............................................9,877 6,258 266 2,353 3,639 3.135 1484 257 225 20
Total Interest income ........................... 13,36 9,749 2,717 3.393 3,639 3.135 484 257 202 5 2
Dividend income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers ..................................-
Others .......................................... 5,000 -- 5,COO 5.00
From other than associated companies:
Motor carrier ........................................ .2,793 2,7 2,793
Others .......................................... 2,530 7- 215 525 1,790 1.790 ...
Total dividend income ......................... 10,323 3,533 215 3,318 6,790 1,790 0Income from sinking and other funds .................
Other nonopereting income ........................... 63,938 33,352 83 16,o62 17,207 21,1470 9,116 9
Total other Income............................. .99,114 73,269 8,038 40,9 214,412 21,520 4,325 310 D 39........J3
Gross income ................................... 3,33,442 2,549,549 127,673 596,108 1,825,768 495,592 338,301 86,212 97,405 39,4.3 1
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ..................... 121,11 70,518 7,223 51,179 12,116 8,a448 42,147 1,927 1,559 5,24 3
Other Interest deductions ........................... ....... 58,251 45,080 3,389 21,5t 20,107 2,896 1O,28O 1,115 99?1. 1,871 3
Taxes assumed on interest............................... --Amortization of debt discount and expense ......-.-....
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit .............
Other deductions .................................... 58,250 37,833 6,678 28,013 3,142 8,729 1 11,699 I20 2,652 919
Total income deductions ........................ 1. 237,619 153,431 17,290 100,776 35,365 20,072 64,116 3,662 5,205 9,o74
Net income before Income taxes ................. 3,145,823 2,396,118 110,383 495,332 1,790,403 475,520 274,185 82,350 92,200 30,359 69,276
Provision for income taxes .......................... 745,642 562,099 7,561 57,434 497,104 114,486 69,057 11,173 16,741 8,245 3,91
Net Income ..................................... 2,1400,181 1,834,O19 102,822 1437,898 1,293,299 361,034 205,128 71,177 73,459 22,8.7

j/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total 5Operation an maintenance expsuess.





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TABLE 11.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES, AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY A--COMMON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
(StTMMY OF SECTIONS B AND C OF TABLE 11)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district .... ..............
Item All Total N Ce Southern Tota Wes.ern .istri.
district Eastern England Atlanti otral region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern R
district region re=gon region district region region n region
Number or carriers represented ................................. .3 36 78 157 129 6 211 3k30 57 16
Gasoline, other fuel, and lubricating oil .... ..... 10,360,080 5:55 2 9go $1,273,66 $2,56,776 $2,125,14o $2,681,318 1405,258 $321,282 1,2....
............ ..... 6,7, M 41 8,9 6,0 11Z9 27893 4o o 3. 0 61 1,6,o
Other licenses ................................ 9,2158 32,93 5,278 23,250 ,'15 1,19k 25,291 7,03 U5 3: 72
Corporation taxes .............................. 5,311 ?7,515 16,184 19,525 11:0 0 4,763 33,063 15Z 1,41 ,31 2I1
Real estate and personal property taxes (or gross receipts taxes) ................................... 668,2 303,58 127,898 65,112 110 7 79:64 2
Social security taxes ........................... ,288,067 2,6O7,771 5,8320 862,810 1,196:M 53,55 i 9 76 15:i o706
Federal and state capital stock and stock transfer
taxes ............................................. 23,6o5 13,595 14,21 39.70o ,370 34,ki1 61,59a 6,194,19 93023
Federal excise taxes ...........................101,28 550.................55,051 O6 29,820 18,106 2S,129 4,652 3,214 9:816
Other operating taxes .......................... .552,569 21,311 9 ....i 11,4.86 ,033 23,225 5,051 ,44. 1,s62514.....

Total operating taxes and licenses ............. 22,690,316 11,716,773 2,121,683 3,689,897 5,905,203 3,997,074 6,976,469 1,072,102 841,322 1,785,007 522,4
Provision for income taxes .......................... 3,118,519 1,898,191 213,729 315,735 1,338,727 412,796 777,532 96,531 61538 313,45 55.57
Total taxes ......................................25,808,835 13,6141,9641 2,365,112% 41,005,622 7,2413,930 41,439,97V 7,7511,001 1,168,633 902,-860 2,L ,12 ~ 8~

/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchsed transportation In excess of 5 percent of total 'Operation end msintenaoe e





TABLE 11.--OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES, AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLYi/ B--COM ON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Western district
Total Now Middle --hwI Southern
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Ifii
district region region region district rregon r o r o
Number of carriers represented ....................... 509 268 65 108 95 56 185 28 23 53 16
Gasoline, other fuel, and lubricating oil ........... 88,583,796 811.32,939 $870,632 $1,.454,45 $2,107,862 81,785,255 .2,365,602 $330 380 8270,576 $827,528 $16go$7,
Public utility taxes and licenses .................... .5,86,52 2,h 3-,817 338,538 495,1Z2 1,610,17 1,006,519 2, 18,116 394,826 283,396 472179 249,661 755
Other licensees ....................................... ... 19 28:513 1,939 19763 3,831 1,189 19,637 7,03 292 3,314 2,01:
Corporation taxes ..............................6.. ...6 1 3 13,918 16,157 7,768 3,673 26,925 15 ,1 6 3,268
Real estate and personal property taxes (or gross
receipts taxee) .................................. 535,596 213 ,889 107,60 119,80 18 6, 477 70,0 0 221,667 16,190 20,959 54,60 24,038
Social security taxes ............................... 3,6 03 3 2,178,41o 493,652 683,933 1,00,825 170,335 1,013,28 133,5z; 131,6G 013 8 70,696
Federal and state capital stock and stock transfer
ta e.............................................. 183,26o 101,652 13,707 31,366 16,979 2,288 ,320 ,63o 316 19166 3,201 23,1T
Federal excise taxes..................................... .9,651 9 7,112 16,899 619.5 5,051 z,,32 1991
Other operating taxes........................................3,111 11143 4 95 1,2 25 1

Total operating taxes and licenses ............. 19,086,811 9,532,388 1,852.699 2,767,55 4,912,1" 3,385,813 6,168,610 896,853 715,9 1,694,787 522,1185 2,38,9
Provision for Income taxes .......................... 2,372,877 1,336,092 236,168 258,301 941,623 328,310 70,75 85,358 112,797 305,22q 55,575 219,525
Total taxes .................................... 21,59,688 10,868,480 2,088,867 3,025,86 5,753,767 3,714,123 6,877,085 982,211 758,286 2,000,007 578,060 2,558,521

/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for Purohased transportation* in excess of 5 percent of total 'operation end maintenance expene0a'.










TABLE ll.-OPE4ATING TAXES AND LICENSES, AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES, GLASS I MOTOR OANERR OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED ZqM&WdET PRINCIPALLY Y
0--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERNITLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19i4o

Summaries by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Western dietri
ItmAll Total NIe-w Midllle- Soten -- --r
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Sthwestern R
district region region district region region region M
Number of carriers represented ...................... 134 91 49 34 12 26 6
Gasoline, Other fuel, and lubricating oil ............ 1,776,254 S1,120,tc $122 755 *'318 21 *47,Ul 0 574 #n 7G6 45
Public utility taxes and licenses ....... 1,002,006 5i1A 66,93 56: 300,% 75,378 :,s32'7
Other licenses ...................................... 10 069 41039 3 52 ,1
Corporation taxes................................... .....16,0 9,672 23,365 403 1,090 I 9C
Real estate and personal property taxes (or gross 3 "
receipts taxes) ................................... .102 6 59.698 20,294 15,6o 23,800 9,603 33,85 1,26o 6
Social security taxes ................................. 626,034 429,366 54,665 178:977 195,821 60,2O 136,4511 22,552 22 10 ?3
Federal and state oauital stock and stock transfer
t ae ............................................. .51345 36,9 1,21A 5, 27,91 7,1 0 7,272 6 1,6
Federal excise taxes ................................ ,523 5,31 512 2 177 2,708 1,41 1,935 617
Other operating taxes ............................... ..55 5, 0 17 43 3,134 36 4
Total operating taxes and licenses ............... .3,603,505 2,1.35 265,94 922,342 993,059 61,261 507,559 175,249 125,6
Provision for income taxes .......................... 745,642 562,099 7,561 57,434 = 497,10 114,46 69,057 11,173 18,741 8.24 30,096
Total taxes .................................... .,349,147 2,746,454 276,545 979,776 1,490,163 725,747 576,9 16 156,422 1144,574

1/ This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for *Purchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total 00parsti an sn





TABLE 12.--OPERATING REVENUES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS O7 PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY A--COMMON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
(SU19ARY OF SECTIONS B AND C OF TABLE 12)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19140


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Wotern district
Item Ail Total New IIdo Cne Southern
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Westernn ounts NorthwesterI n NiW sterm o esn
district region region region str rion region region

Number of carriers represented ...................... .........643 364 7S 157 1 le 65 211 34 30 571
Freight revenue--Common carrier ......................241: 4 2 9 $25.371 4 *17,249,665 $59,250,490 $29 4 663,50 9 2 9,
Freight revenue--Contract carrier................... 299 23 os3 126 1 1 3 ,6 39,467
Passenger revenue....................................
Special bus revenue ..................................1,611 1,611 1,611
Baggage revenue ............. ........................ ......
Mail revenue ...............................................------Express revenue ............................................---- ---Newspaper revenue ..........................................--
Miscellaneous station revenue .......................
Miscellaneous terminal revenue ...................... 69,217 417,462 10,601 22,700 4,161 27,941 244,114 0, 140
Other operating revenue ............................. .... ,4 67 559,321 105,322 350,900 103,099- 35,992 515,354 10,992 12:321 5,30 54
Total operating revenues ....................... 1.25,775,395 151,197,276 28,770,766 49,545,629 72,577,581 34,974,349 1 72.603,773 10,959,327 9,047,163 19 ,579,091 5,231, 7 271

1/ This table Is restrl re to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for Puorchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total 'Operation ard Maintes
455079 0 42 3




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TABLE 12..-OPERATING REVENUES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY B--COMMON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19 o


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Itm l ~ ew MddeSouthern Total
districts Total New ic Central region Weten Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacific
ditics Eastern England Atlantic Wesernow- a- f~
district region re.,.n region di strict region region region
o region
Number of carriers represented ......................... 509 268 65 10 95 56 12 9 23 53 16 65
Freight revenue--Dommofl carrier .......... .............213,729,468 $121,146,982 $94.971.579 $36,980,25 *5",195,0'44 629,648,451 $62,734,1-33 $9,283,449 $7,349,662 $18,04g,a5g $522;1 $2,4 2
Freight revenue--Contract carrier ................... 3,370,379 2,175,605 620,602 862,45 692,518 404,281 790,493 42,275 90,446 115,931 19: 62 5 ,
Passenger revenue ...........................................
Special bus revenue ................................. "-6 1,611
Baggage revenue .................................................
Mail revenue ........................................
Express revenue ......................................-
Newspaper revenue ....................................
Miscellaneous station revenue.......................
Miscellaneous terminal revenue ...................... 631,227 403,656 9,981 14,575 376,10 22,095 205,476 o,4o 105, 7
Other operating revenue ............................. 1,229,998 49,53 81,856 29 ,905 73,092 31,867 74,278 1103 125,744 s, 75 29:199
Total operating revenues ........................ 21,962,683 124,177,607 25,694,ol 38,156,835 60,336,754 30,306,696 64,478,380 9,355,967 7,671,592 18,778,360 5,231,997 23,44

I/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total wOperation and maintenemee expenee.






TABLE 12.--OPERATING REVENUES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY J C--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
AlTtl ~ -Southern Total
Itemitil Total Now Middle Central region Weter Northwestern Mid-Western Southwester n Mo Pagilo
districts Eastern England Atlantic rester S soP
district revlon revlon region district region region region c region

Number of carriers represented ...................... 134 96 13 49 34 12 26 6 7 4 .9
Freight revenue--Common carrier ..................... $1,523,836 $754,52 6399,900 $29,06 1 l,6 869,08 813,4
Freight revenue--Contract carrier........................380 ,920 26,11 3 262,762 llo6l,068 2 14,657,682 7,250,595 $1,602,471 1,349,021 $798,241 3
Passenger revenue .................................... --
Special bus revenue .....................................Baggage revenue .....................................-
Nal revenue.......................................... %. --Express revenue........................................
Newspaper revenue ..................................
Miscellaneous station revenue ................................, "
Miscellaneous terminal revenue .........................58,290 13,806 620 5,125 a,061 9,46 38,63 a 12, 489 S f~
Other operating revenue ............................. 180,669 1o9, 8 23,466 55,995 30,007 ,125 67,076 S9 577
Total operating revenues ........................ 39,12,715 27,019,669 3,o6,748 11,391,794 12,54I,i7 4,667,653 8,125,393 1,603,360 1,375,571 800,731

1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for "Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total "Operation and maintenance expenses'.









TABLE 13,--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIINENT PRINCIP LLY A-COMMON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
(SUMART OF SECTIONS 2 AM C OF TABLE 13)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and region
Item All Eastern district I
distriots T n Ein A Central gNorthwetern Mid-Western Southwes
aG Egad Atlantic Wetel rgo estern %O~V@tI Pi-WstweSO14W54e
_stict_ repon _____gion region dist___region region regions MN in

Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 34 30 57 A

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE

Supervieion of shop and garage ............61,083,775 633,501 $n16,096 $258,557 $258,848 1143 2o6 6307,06d 14, 766 $43:6 $5,84 6,2ajj:
Repairs to shop and garage equipment .....................2,383 5,915 8,355 141,285 24,27Z 7,316 29,152 2,5 1 5,2
Operation and maintenance of service equipment ...... 2 3 137, 3476 2 21,81 6 1 4Pi
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds *.*. 1 105,6 1 24 37,65 2,917 6 6 1,1976,36
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 536,259 362,9 2 100,06 13074 1222 ,60s 128689 30 2 .K
other shop and garage expenses ...................... 823 65 30,715 84 13,14 2267 93,70 299 ,28 339 2
Repairs to revenue equipment........................ 13 5,531 9,962,6 1 ,376912 6,57,1268 8,1 1 8 6o,788 10 05 09 1,1 0 1 1 3 o35





TRANSPORTATION EXENSE

vin of tranti9,2 1 86 67 2 7 30 1 70 39 15 667,2



Tual ...r ...e*ve******e***i*pme**t 76,31913 5 ~ 616 98 3,0 12 2 1 2.99.397 on~222 2,97 ,58 1,508,094.8, ,9



Jon7emnlfclte-Dbi .....***** 31 7 12,679 91023,115925 2,3 9 72,9 6 29,11 2,7o14
O ermin a o r evenue equipment e.. .................... 130,2194 9 55 1, 3 17 5 7 1 31, 761 ,72 7 1651 70
urohand traprta io ............................. 2,37 5,477,60 5 23, 677 6 ,6.1 6 20,352 3,o03 3l%3 353 .6 71& 1
Roinad g expense..................... 111486 0,5912 0 1,2
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls...............................:,i~89 8~ 1872 2,5 14, ;.~61 2,3
ot tras porainexprense...........................,13,1 ;2,,196 30475708 133 39509 739,7706 1,0 13,1 2 15
TT t lta l . .... . . . . . . . . . . .7 3 5 32.. . . . .9 1,.3 9.7 2 1 81.2 ,. .9 9 7 8 1 5 92.1 0 3 0 18., 7 1 ,5. 5 0 ,9131.3 6< O 1

TRASPRION EXPENSE

Tuerion poyeeras....................................1,705,8962 1,585,217 2542:~ 212,46 5~i7l ,1676 5,7,1 5,8 ,,3 ,6,
Repairs ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ p1. totriasad9qimn..............735 6,6 26839 1, 142716 845,809 17685 43139
Suppies' and epes aedbnss..................2017 1,24781 75, 7,220 9,36 75615 74o:
Comisonaens n cnecin ins................4656~ 10.93:3 27,55 61622 21181 128 i, ,0 1
6:516,1 71D 29 39,9 4 1 64,3 1,712470014
Colecton aevne deimen..............................1,1214 2731 1,931:15 31221 2.0I~ l.61 % 4l87 8~,7
Loalcrng...........................7,2, 1 1,1,91 78,25 8141,29 2,8 9 4 ,194 728,142 299,11
JOintal f acnu qiites--Debi...........................61 3, ,0a':Zgr3,92M
35,71361 914,028 89,58 32967 06,79 14,772 9,71 120,839
Purinte ternorfaclties--red...................1084 9555 ,8 3901 5567 1395 160 -: 2- 2
otal..pese.........................................164,39,1 27,10 51497 6,6,73 1 ,2 6,014 1a01,0 ,6,43 1,11,5 ,6.g




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TABLE 13.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EENBES, CLASS I MOTOR CARIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY, A-CO.NON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE-.CONTINE
(SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B AND C OF TABLE 13)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 191 0
Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item Al Total -No Middle Coenhrrn Rock1
districts Eastern England Atlan regi n Northwestern Hid-.Wetern Southwestern
diticntio e ic region ditit region region region Muti a

SALES, TARIFF, AD ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses .................................6,716,1456 $3,1446,5415 $592,131 O1,016,815 $1,837,596 $1,116,81 $2,213,07 $368,4125 $276,sgo $1012 570 $1 ,4365.2
Tariffs and schedules .............................. 762,092 402,999 96,315 115,510 191,084 139,237 219,906 27,910
Other sales expenses ....................................877,7 7 61,935 1 9110 135 290,7732 123.399 257,37 b 9,0284 2707 0
Advertising......................................... 8 3 95,321 129,918 217:734 113,100 321,347 521'5 46W
Total ......................................... 9,289,838 3 1 ,785,571 815,705 1,402,678 2,537,188 1,1192,577 3,011,69o 50,93 382,921 1,05218 1 3

INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE

Salaries and expenses -Insurance and safety .....7,116 367,50 :653 7702 216,760o5,2 741,928 16,576 6,796 11*,3 61a
Public liability and property damage insurance ..... 5,397,336 3,2 203 61,8 1,191,687 1,390,710 787 162 1,355938 216,68: 197 t1407,2436
Injuries and damage ............................... 273,01 215,323 81,767 697,03 96,520 15,Z81 611708 13,862 2,833 7,213
Workmen's oompeneation--Insurance .................. 2,517,8 1509 37 2 6 7 521321, 22 66,885 52 270,9a
Workmen's oompensation-Self Insurer ............... 2 5,,60 30,!9 4, 351 2025 3 23 6 4372 511 117.
CroIsrne..................................... 159 13,: 27.217 g 2 6 6lg 7 558
Cargo os and damage .............................. 1,853,0 1,082,5 7 201,190 205,657 6 o7,70 2 610 6,906 76,759 5
Fire and theft insurance ........................... 1,011,20 616,585 115,39 221,700 279,118 14,32 250389 3,902 1
Other insurance .................................... 492,89 297,805 45, 15 129,298 123,312 61:297 133,792 19,172 17,230 347 11 24 i
Total ......................................... 13,768,207 8,339.04 1.625,735 2,829,525 3,883,789 1,960,69 3,468,509 602,715 428,326 i,og9,oo6 20

ADMINISTRATIVE MID GENERAL EXPENSE

Salaries of general officera....................... 8,963,572 5 23 Us 1,166,837 1,9412,962 2,221i,89 1,2149011 2,1191:380 402,089 28,11371,505 197,963954,6o
Expenses of general officers ....................... 1,111,350 758,711 185,107 248,540 325100 ,62 4 73977 23 l
Salaris of general office employees 1.............. 722 3,72,301 10,1,87,,1oo1 1,17951 2, 3 619 I
Expenses of general office employees ............... 199,088 9,393 8 9,711 121,0 01 2 8,2 3 14683 73,5222332 6
Law expenses ....................................... 1,000,891 113,960 68,318 9 94:.55 251,585 1 7 3 2 15,67 35.2..520.
General office supplies and expenses ............... 2,296, 12 1,231,353 252,351 383.03 95,66,66 3116,61 718,9oI 810 2 2J
Communication service .............................. 2,875,236 1,713,5881 411,536 13 29 7. ,202 116,20 745,81 108,827 97,838 2 J6, 2
Outside auditing expenses .......................... 303,573 193, 30173 _0, 00 30,011 79,932 11 081 11. 06 13 9
Employees' welfare expenses........................ 212,505 11 1 6 13, 135 58,81 1,812 80,09 872,98 10 818
Other general expen .............................. jo:1 7, 2 6 10 ,1 283,170 400,211
Management and supervision fees and expenses ..... 736 323,33 317 151503 166,123 17,637 11,756
Franchise requirements-Debit .................... .. 1,160 328 25 303 5 827 24 1 .....
Franchise requirements-Credit .-.. -.-.-......... - -Other regulatory commission expenses................... 13,397 135,339 2,821 1,620 13,8~ 1 0.01 755246a021,72 29.
Uncollectible revenues ............................. 35, 11 1711,02 79,232 5,110 1,210 30913 9 15149 17,3 8072 7,
Joint operating exponse-Debit ...................... .2.. 22,912 19 19 4 2,91 1:200 44-1 780 7 7
Joint operating expense-Cred ............... 8"3 D. 2 ,
7on9pe3ig ,. 10,301 Dr 32 3 57 6,,996 38 4,2 2,917 -35 7
Total ...........................................26,299,616 111,596,985 3,1117,8923 11,995,130 6,1151,032 3,8140,068 7,862,593 1,235,857 981,4164 2,355,399 592,4150 2,9,2
Grand Total ................................... 202,951,982 119,702,272 23,25,593 39,769,795 56,677,8891 26,807,653 56,142,057 8,761,629 7,200,378 15,173,905 3,693,966 21,612,179

1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for Purohased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total *Opertion and maintenance ex s .









TABLE 13.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES,-CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPLLY / B--COMMON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summearies by districts and regions
Eastern district Western ditrit
Item All TSouthern
districts n En nd A c central region rn Northetein id-Western South to Muawein
Eatlos Fstern England Atlanticsetr t aIi
district restion region region district region region regin

Number of carriers represented ...................... 509 268 65 108 95 56 185 28 23 53 16

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE

Superviesion of shop and garage ...................... $800,860 $4*6,672 $98,953 $187,740 $169,979 $108,946 $235,242 $35,49 $25707 ,9 71
Repairs to shop and garage equipment.............67... 6,55 37,89 7, 11,800 11,240 3,843 25.82 2,374 127
Operation and maintenance of service equipment ...... 187 39 109, 675 29,31 34, 59 4 05 17910 59,76 3,0 261 1
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds .... 122, 9 792 23,391 2 4 26,57 8,79 ",912 5,279,1 1
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 399,099 251,023 S0,295 92,106 5 632 34 ,05 10 6,9 20,697 15 l9a 24
other shop and garage expenses .................... 80,17 339,519 76,95 12,377 179,11 82,250 260, 20, 9 2 7 49 1
Repairs to revenue equipment ...................*... 14,6 34 7,63 ,9 6 1,53,91 2,506,729 3,57,256 2, 32,670 4,1,88 5,41
Servicing of.revenue equipment..................... 103,71 991,060 1121O 11,973 500,722 171,70 3,922 43
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment...................... 63,162 ,4,960 1,7
Joint garage expense--Debit ......................... 67 ,598 39,334 1,650 37,6 15 26,764 ,
Joint garage expense--Credit ........................ 107,157 86,234 1,650 84,514 4,77 16046
Total .......................................... 26,351,1 13,977,122 2,02,531 4,718,497 6,456,o94 3,856,806 ,517,890 914,157 907 7 2199,80 73 52

TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE

Supervision of transportation ........ .............. 2,570,352 1,752,241 379, 429 729,59 6 ,53 212,124 6 9 112,2 2 44,4 9
Drivers' and helpers' wages and bonuses ........... 36,01779 23,325,73 5175250 7577 0 6 93, 1,30,43 1,16, 2
Fuel for revenue equipment ........................... 13,6,057 7,558,289 1,373,71 2,258,295 3,926,51 2,255,602 3,839,166 ,62 5 24 ,7 1
Oil for revenue equipment .............................. 1 329 56,071 76 o,5512 180,702 2,66,17 159,479 .421, 6 5*,2 11





TERMINAL EXPENSE
Purchase transportation. ............................ 1:7696 1,.5,726 215, Z: 2a,69,02 9, 2i7 9I 0 .



Rod expanses. ....................................20 51 5 9 991 2760 '91 80 30039 6,0 2 11,8 70070,:
Brde, tuerminal s and ferry tolls .................... 2, 19,91.9071 2 1o lo. 339,1 3 70,31 7 7,217 216J163 5
Cmm2,ion',163 97ted onecin 6ln75 1,621 21 6 3 2
Other transportation expense ....................... 3 2 9 8,8 ,51 3,67 3,18,6 1 9 361 ,138,9 1 06,0536 13 3 5
Tota l .......................................... 67,605,511 37,602,76 7,626,251 12,302,893 17,753,617 7,21,217 15,7 1,533 2 ,26,626 1,998,6,7 io.66 9, 6,3738
TERMINAL EXPENSE :


Te rminal e fployee s .................................. 17,974,696 18,,8372 ,4 9,1 89,82 2,92 1, 2 772
Supplies and expenses ............................... 2,0 7108 1,211:]8 do;0 OR267 6 "7798110 270,99 551,734 57,652 1090369 21:1 7 2 13
Repairs to +terminals and equipment ................. ill51. 1,91 1,01 2? O 1021 11 773 ,210t 2,0.
Commission agents and connecting lines ........ 1605,5q 696,69 40.583 39,.1' 616 629 21',1 697,033 9zTOI 3
Jont erialfolite--elt.................. : 5105, 1,9Lt 3 1.5 99,0 4, 1 34 L7, 5 3671 096Zntle...................... 713:56 +3079 2,~ 85ol e,2,3 6oeo ,2 ,1 9 ,'

Joint terminal facilities--Credit ................... 150,184 95,585 1,189 39,017 55,379 13,959 40,6 3302
Total ........................................ .. 43,499,386 24,849,36 5,376,295 6,672,276 12,800,15 5,930,214 12,719,786 2,218,39 1,702 080 39 918 79,19







TABLE 13.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNE EquIPMENT PRINCIPALLY 1/
B-COMMON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE-CONTINUED
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item All SouMide ~thern Vaer isrc
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Motai Pacifio
district region region region district region region region reion region

SALES, TARIFF, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE

Salaries and expenses ............................... $6,629,058 63,335,Z21 6579,628 $984,8 81,771.44 $1,116,841 62,1 96 $366,503 $271,803 $810, $1 $104,6
Thrf andsedlenses................................0,6 2 9 468 110,766 1isl~ 139,19 l217,'09 2779 3,2,9 1 3
Tariffs and schedules ............................ ....7,710 M ,-2 9 5 11954o 2781930 121,654 217,285 142,503 25,722 70192 g37
Advertising ......................................... 32,953 410,627 83,073 119,080 208,474 111,706 3 0,620 59,198 42,255 96,154 27,190 4 23
Total .......................................... 9,011,886 4,587,199 813,025 1,333,236 2,44o,938 1,149,388 2,935,299 495,999 375,0143 1,049,958 16s,132 46,167

INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE

salaries and expenses--Insurance and safety ......... ,7 50.579 72,687 74,826 203,066 9.387 62,71 16 76 3,043 14,342 1 a 26
Public liability and property damage insurance ...... 6 2,6 ,78 0,2 912, 1.13 15 6 3,9 1,14,989 168, ,301 390 4
Injuries and damages ................................ ,645 185 ,70 78,246 31,898 60 99 13 5 2146 218 3 1 390
or n. co"pensation--Insurance ....................0,03 :::177: 2,o68,83 1:177, 525,370 1 5 9 1,72 5 '
Workmen's oompensation--Self Insurer .................. 177,08 158,087 39,96 3, 1214,339 0 9 ,96 3,990
Cargo insurance .................................... 1:3599 7570 122,242 20ol 3s ,615 0,95, 9Z,573 34,777 7o
158,929 753,770 122,204122250,010 381,518
Cargo lees and damage ............................... 1,7 6,989 1,026,o96 199,531 19 ,213 86666 70,7
Fire ad theft Insurance .............................2,7 4Z97,222 9,8 5,7 ,1866263224
Other insurance ..................................... 426, :5O6 2 909 1,649 97,731 109.529 52,961 124 36 17,8 1 15,6 3 ,360 13, 2 ,
Total .......................................... 11,791,706 7,000,998 1,439,417 2,247,943 3,313,638 1,739,877 3,050,oo 31 497,655 356,215 '1042,435 205,536 94,990

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE
9141,651o2,7 149,3330 799 1 167 1 3 1
Salaries of general officers ......................... 6,954,1 3,838 ,420 999,747 1,199,080 1,69,593 9 651 2,17,330 3,99 20 179 7
Expenses of general officers.......................... 1,1 ,211 51,873 158,580 17,809 421,529 6 6
Salaries of general office employees ................ 61445,880 3,237,09 73,399 1,036,731 1,461,949 1,098,07 2,110,738 598,2 16
Menses of general office employees.... ................ 10,119 3,.937 18,31 17,o7 48,79 36 64,86 77 4:10 2;O 2:894
La expenses .......................................... 868,131 82,223 60,77 113,925 26,0 1,3 7 ,01 23,12 2,23 91
0714 2 D7,0 21n 29,222 1 .992 29028
Communication service............................2,62,~s 1,5 is 18 38846 M .447 70145 390,750 68985 Wl :'866 238,252 55 2 20 7 7
Outside auditing expenses ........................... 1230,2 14,510 32,08 65,07 42,615 214,262 65,89 10,67 650 15,337 7
Employees, welfare expenses ......................... 130,175 80,128 11,027 19,664 149,138 i, 8 38,799 7,252 1 1,
Purchasing and store expenses......................... ,181 28,793 0,529 Or. 1.469 19,732 .10 224 r. 02 3,827 Cr. 8 2
Othr general expenses .............................. 710,2 7 78 ,770 4, ,1 0 8 ,300 37,628 7 7, 9
management and supervision fees and expenses of.. h eqiop 2p t I17 3 s 6 ro n exes o re ft l ri na.00xense
ranchise: requirements-Debit ....................... 263 25 231 5 5-0 4677 9
Franchise requiremente-Credit ...................... "
Other regulatory comi esion expenses................. 120 946 33,2 2 29,494 ,1 1,241 7,5 107 2,5
Unoolleotible revenues .............................. 315,5141 138,2945 39,951 3,793 1 4,45 17,883 13,72 8 801
Joint operating expense-Debit ....................... 9,839 1,298 1,380 2,918 1,200 14, 7 780 7 9 7,
Joint operating dxpenoe--Credit ..................... 48,793 10,301 Dr 232 3,547 6,986 38,2 2,817 35 75
Total .......................................... 22,038,563 11,721,149 2,786,077 3,674,010 5,261,062 3,290,660 7,026,754 1,109.431 823,862 2,230,84o 592,4150 2,270,171
Brand Total .................................... .173,298,870 99,818,615 2o,843,596 30,948,855 148,o26,164 23,528,162 49,952,093 7,504,257 6.157,734 114,576,698 3,693,966 18,019,1438

L/ This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for NPurohased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total 0'Operation and maintenane expenses'.








TABLE 13.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY 0--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern distriot Western district
Allrct h-ot-aln Now- dai Southern Rocky
distriots Eastern Egland Atlanto Central region Western Northwestern Md-Western ouwete a
district region region region district region region region 1eio

Number of carrier represented ..................... 134 96 13 149 ) 12 26 6- 7 4

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE

Supervision of shop and garage ..................... $282,915 $176,52 $17,1 $7017 18,869 $34,260 $71,826 13,268 $18,005 $,4
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ............... 14,8 26 a E 24a 5,035 3471 5 : 1711 12
Operation and maintenance of service equipment ..... 48 124 27,499 5 45 103 9 &9 427 1.5 11 91 1 6
Repairs to shop and garage buildings and grounds ... 39,4314 27,33 1 89 1096 1,18 172
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 17, 160 4 1,781 4 968 11,90 10,2 21,68 2 17 6
Other shop and garage expenses ..................... 3 2,537 77 11 0 4 0
...........792... 1,8,7p03 55,229 36,21 0,5 11,79
Repairs to revenue equipment ....................... 3,19 7 2,0 2 7 972 86, 6, 4j1 1008 391
Servicing of revenue equipment ..................... 501,32 06,2 ,0 26 9 ,139 52,1 51 2,149 147 is 5
Tires and tubes--Revenue equipment ................. 1,93 5 1 3 6 577,0 866 36730 1 201 52,797 74134 51
Joint garage expense--Debit ............................ 57 15,657 5,7
Joint garage expense--Credit....................... ...6 55 655 6,6-
Total ......................................... 6,307,494 3.985.4988 1471,593 1,830,771 1,683,124 793,992 1,538,024 265,921 235,333 125,291

TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE

Supervision of transportation ...................... 8.0. .72 16221 4 184 941 49,644 31,190 62
Drivers' and helpers' wages and bonuses ............ 10,, :J2 7, 2 3,1 595 606 999 331: 164 9 1
Fuel for revenue equipment ......................... 2 3 1,518 1 8 7 825,77 1 8 ,02 170, 1 16,7
011 for revenue equipment .......................... .2 00 08 7 2 50 .7 5 5o 27 S
Purchased transportation ........................... 121,021 9 7 1: 06 69 48 10o, 1 209 43
Road expense....................................... 1922 1 1 24 1 5 3 0 3,285 5
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls................... 60,95 320 ,679 220 95,44 11 9 29 2,54 2,710
Other transportation expense ...................... 5 1077 326 59 26,181 112,9 187,564 629 36 12,1302 22,2: 7 15,052 35,727
Total ......................................... 15,790,121 10,857,96 1,290,188 4,821,928 4,745,780 1,594,710 3,337.515 705,942 527,447 279,31 1,

TERMINAL EXPENSE

Terminal employees ,................................ 7a: 16 437,903 64481 110,463 262,9 115,721 174 2 15,411 39,o 7,60S
Supplies and expenses ............* *......*.. *, *33, ,1191 1,175 1932 991
Repairs to terminals and equipment ..... .... .5 1 1,:3 93 11,577 a47
Re.5,or. 1. 2,7 2 6427 a
Commiselon agents and connecting lines ............. 1
Collection and delivery ..................................... 62,7 67
Local oartage ...................................... 173,657 90,4 39,298 51,106 53,2 29,633 59,3
Joint terminal facilities--Debit ................... 2,130 2,130 1,727 10 2. 9
Joint terminal facilities-Credit .................. 1 7 403
Total ......................................... 1,039,961 62,014 68,472 196.097 363,445 127,430 254,517 45.04 42,273 19,180 7




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TABLE 13.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ C-.CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE-CONTINUED
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and region
Eastern district WVestern district
,tm llSouthern..... ...
tem All New Middle SCenral regiouthern Total Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pc o
districtso oa ~Mdl Central region Westernk
diEastern England Atlantic region district region region region Muntan region
district region region _______,_..._____, ..

SALES, TARIFF, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE

Salaries and expenses ...................................1147:39 110 624 $12,506 31,965 $66,153 36:7 4$1,922 S5,077 61,639 1 136.
Tariffs and schedules.............................. .133o ,44 2 7 4., 2. 25 4 115 269 56
Other sales expenses ............................... 72,705 4,911 5,079 21 19571211 26,o42 6,4g5 I 1117
Advertising........................................ 4,67 32,346 12,241 10,131 9,260 11390 1,727 417 1,315 530 ,
Total ......................................... 277,952 198,372 32,680 69,442 96,250 3,189 76,391 9,939 7,871 2,225 -57,349

INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE

Salaries and expenses--Insurance and safety ........ 29,623 16,926 966 2,266 13,694 6140 12,057 3,753 34 ,270
Public liability and property damage insurance ..... 966,590 6411, 53 106,815 279,243 255.395 114,188 210,9149 41,150 4b,3o 16,939 -105480
Injuries and damages ............................... 2,367 29,619 3,521 5,131 20,960 1,037 1,711 1 617 59
Workmen'e copensatlon-Insurance .................. A 0.1 331,619 0975 169,17 121,297 3 6,969 4'21, 10,213 14,32 9
Workmen's compeneation--Self insurer ............... 18,679 1,725 572 1,13 7 16,947 18- 7
Cargo insurance ...................................... 140,703 91,929 8, 253 17,907 5,79 13,202 35,572 16,1 8,211 4,338 6,
,704115: 13,0 35,54g 3,21
Cargo lose and damage .............................. 8. 074 56,451 14,659 10,44 11 9,33 1820 2.17 2,077 1,923 10,
Fire and theft insurance ........................... 189,036 1]9,363 17, 13 6502 36,722 25, ;6 44 ,7 10, 3o 5,173 8,62 8
Other insuranoe .................................... 638 8896 351 31.567 13,813 8,6 956 1311 1363 38 6
Total ......................................... 1,976,501 1,331,051 16,311 581.512 570,151 220,772 417,671 105,o6o 72,111 46,571 19,936

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE

Salaries of general officers ...................... 2,009,171 1,393,068 167,o090 643,882 512,096 9,053 317,050 52,091 92, 49 65,411 107,099
Expenses of general officers ....................... 315,139 189,831 26,527 81,118 82,193 53 76148 9,763 6,:619 20,789 3,277
Salaries of general office employees ............... 796, 3 505,232 72,322 207,369 225,51 81, 1 209750 25,771 29,o64 20,365 355
Expenses of general office employees ............... 1,969 15,376 1,590 6,142 205 3,1 639 580 1,
Law expenses ..............................I......... 132,760 81,737 7,524 30,132 4,081 21,3 2, 9,7 6,202 3,105 1096
General office supplies and expenses ............... 153,722 97,038 15.797 3 398 12, 427 .257 9,167 5,213 3262 2615
Co: 153 15, 1 55Z" ,592 ,1
Communication service .............................. 233,578 152,170 23,50 32 62,78 25, 455959 12,31 5,952 ,714
Outside auditing expenses .......................... 7, 01 5,120 6,85 38,46 8,79 5,7 14, 43 114 5,297 319 -,713
11;g 5:20 05 3:4 :7 l 19
employee' welfare expenses ........................ 3,0 3 ,466 3,651 23,772 9,3 4,564 41,300 92 63135 9
Purchasing and store expenses ...................... 3,272 1,637 Cr. 1 1,703 119 226 1 169 Or. 550 -1790
Other general expenses ............................. 151,251 98,1 27 ,6 36 53,307 30,954 21,870 5,302 2,861 8 ,376
Management and supervision fees and expenses .. 212,290 194,6 123:536 71,120 17,629 5
Pranchise requirements--Debit ...................... 312 5 65 247 247Franchise requirements--Credit .....................
Other regulatory commission expenses ............... 18,451 2,o84 25 1,282 527 919 1,37 1,oo005 507o 632 234
Uncollectible revenues ............................. 41,053 36,30 29,34 5,651 1, 09 150 ,595 1 86 50
Joint operating expense--Debit ..................... 18,614 11614 1,614
Joint operating expense--Credit ......................-
Total ......................................... 4,261,o083 2,875,836 361,746 1,321,120 1,192,970 549,4098 835,39 126,426 157,602 124,559 427,252
Grand Total ................................... 129,653,112 19,883,657 2,410,997 8,820,940 8,651,720 3,279,491 6,1489,964 1,257,372 1,042644 597,207 3,592,741

Y This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers vhich report expense for 'Purchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total 00poration and maintenance expeness.








TABLE 14.-DEPRECIATION EXPENSE, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY I/ A--COMMON AND CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
(SUMMARY OF SECTIONS B AND C OF TABLE 114)
YEAR ENDED DEoEBER 31, 194o


Summaries by, districts ed regions
Eastern district Western district
IemAll T New M Southern Tota
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region e Northwestern MIA-Weetern Southwestern
district rergonio region region regioftg
Number of carriers represented .....................643 36.4 7. 157 129 69 211 3.4 30 57 1
Depreciation of structures .......................... 275,039 $126,99 6 $35,135 36,696 $55,157 $22,223 $125,2 $13,3147 $11,05633
Depreciation of revenue equipment.
Freight ........................................... 12,355,516 7,314,574 1,661,078 2,860,14* 2,793,008 1,515.024 3,525,918 435,222 337,5619
Passenger ........................................ 1,039 170 -69
Combination bus-trucks ...........................- -
Depreciation of service oars and equipment ......... ,10 9,0 39,59 79,80 758 150 15,2o6 iZ.5 51.510
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment .. ............8,39 90,296 11 .7N 30,406 51,052 150, 60626 1 '1
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ... 2144,657 1,747 26,957 33.6k4 57:3 4 4 11 0212:4 :1
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ..............10,9 56,:963 1535 7,971 3454121 35,6 ,3612,0 4
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property 150,317 105,659 17,885 13,136 7 :636 16,629 28,029 14,106 1,877
Depreciation of und ltributed property ............. 29,237 28,737 298,737 500
Total ........................................ 13,739,826 .,039,216 1,811.7991 3,062,327_ 3,165,090 1,675,362 I4,025,249 491107 34,116 107 6 3 .
Depreciation adjustment ...............................Cr. r., 40 m- Cr, 6.1422 Cr 95.0i. or, 122.296 Dr. '#2.66a O.23121 Cr,.L0+ 9.,-40 Or. 1J,7 + + r,
Grand total ...13,051,244 7,634,513 1,725,377 2,.66,342 3,042,7914 1,622,694 3,7914,037 49,167 370,4089

This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers Which report expense for *Purchased transportation" In excess of 5 percent or total 'Operation and mante co e @


TABLE 14.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY/ B-COMMON CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts end regions
Eastern district South Western district
item All Total Wo. Middle S central outhern Total R
districts Eastern England Atlantic Centra region Western Northweste n Mid-Western Southwestern Pacific

_____________________________ ______ district region reio region district region region region Monanrgn
Number of carriers represented ..................... 509 26* 65 10* 95 56 185 28 23 53 16 65
Depreciation of structures ......................... $.2141.2149 $10 ,725 $33,874 $25,091 *44,91o $19,920 W116,6&14 911,725 10$,047 *38,766 6,949
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight. ......................................... 9,914,9*8 5,607,198 1,410,348 2,065,613 2,131,237 1,214,062 3,093,728 372,285 267,196 866,732 315,270 1,272.2
Passenger......170 170 170 -....

Depreciation of service cars and equipment ......... 329,431 15,42* 314,159 63,1411 142,154 129,149 114,079 13,15 55433 Z916
Depreciation of shop end garage equipment .......... .15a.7 ,95 16,7*6 ,3 33,o64 114,62o 65,963 9,929 559 13,977 2 32,398
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ..... 226,SV6 109 1 25,249 3056 52,226 39,055 79,750 12,9 5iiiiiii
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ............ ......89P503 51,1421 9,86 7 5 314,015 10100 27,982 6,16i iii iiiiiiiiiiiii
Depreciation of Improvements to leasehold property 130,121 88,869 17,590 12,01* 59,261 15,1482 25,770 1410 1,6 ;15 1 93
Depreciation of undistributed property ............. 29,237 28,737 28,737 500 0
Total ......................................... .,186,323 6,220,74 1,547.874 2,226,0o 2,446,861 1,.426,193 3,539.346 431,2 17 309,145 1,011,270 347,66o
Depreciation adjustment ............................ ,46.927 Or. 311.36r, Cr, 64,779 Cr. 1454.574 Dr. 92.012 Or, Cr. 16.6oq C 7r. 14.071 C Cr. 277 C. 031
Grand total .................. 10,639,396 5,909,1419 1,1483,095 2,071,1475 2,3514,8949 1,377,240 3,352,737 1423,5143 295,074 919,1476 3414,953 1,369,691

I/ This table Is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total 2Operation and maintenance expes' ,








TABLE 14.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY i C-CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Western district
rItem All Total New Middle Southern Notal...
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Mountaln Pacific
district region region region district region region region n region
Number of carrier represented ..................... 134 96 13 49 34 12 26 6 1 4
Depreciation of structures......................... $33,790 $22,263 $1,261 $10,755 110,247 $2,303 $9,224 $1,622 1,0oo9 $622 ,971
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight ....................................... 2,370,528 1,707,376 250,730 794,975 661,771 230,962 1432,190 62,937 70,365 63,932 235,
Passenger ........................................ 69 869
Combination bus-trucks ...........................
Depreciation of service care and equipment ......... 69,759 40,654 5,434 19,50 15,.270 ,098 21,00 1,127 1,365 2,017
Deprecioation of shop and garage equipment ............ .7,061 16,101 2,30 6,06 1 7,110 3,34 ,60 723 952 77
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment .... 17,811 9,706 1,608 3,081 5,017 3 1 ,961 554 772 56
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ............ 13, 8 ,542 1,667 436 13 9 161 7,86 1 97 292 7
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property 20,19 1 ,790 295 1,120 15,35 1,147 2,259 216 61 75
Depreciation of unidetributed property .. .........- ..
Total ......................................... 2,553,503 1,51,1432 263,925 836,278 718,229 249,1.69 145,902 67,160 74,971 68,o66 275,705
Depreciation adjustment ............................ Cr.141.65 y. 93.,3 Or. 2164 C. ,1.411 Dr. 30.24 371 ,602 gy..56 363 r. 01 o. 3..
Grand total ................................... 2,411,84 1,725,094 242,28s2 794,867 6S7,945 245,45 4 441,3oo 65,624 75.334 57,926 242,416

/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for Purobased transportation in excess of 5 percent of total mOe ation and maLntenane expenses .











TABIL 15.-AVERAGE NUMBER, TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENSATION OF DPLOYEES Br CLASSES oLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PaoPERTY OPERATING OWE ED U IxNT PRINOIpAL
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDiNTLY IN i iETY SERVICES
YEAR ENDED DECENER 31, 194o0


Summaries by districts and reg-one
Item All Eastern district Western district
disrAlts er En a Central region W rn Northwestern Mid.Vestern Southwestern
dtstriot e sern England Atlantic Western regif

district region region region district regioreinegnn region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 643 364 78 157 129 68 211 34 30 57 16 74
AVERAGE NUMBER
Equipment maintenance and garage:
Supervisory employees ............................. 423 236 4 8 104 66 121 17
Others ............................................ 4,936 2,725 5 1,247 687 1,524 16 37
Transportation:
Stupervisory n.......ployees .........................146.... ,6 939 184 153 135 362 63 31
Drivers and helpers ............................... 30,42 19,52 3,671 6,5 6 9,286 3,623 7,06 1,020 9 2,09d at g9
Others .........................................*...* *87* 7 33 40 6 8 1 -5 1
Terminal employees .................................. 22,962 12,100 2,664 3,618 5,818 4,15 6,707 99 863 2,46 4 ,
Sales, tariff, and advertising employees ............ 2,51 1,146 217 302 627 4 91 142 122 361
Insurano and safety employees ...................... 207 133 29 29 75 31 8 2 7
Administrative and general:
General officers .................................. 1,248 702 142 294 266 151 5 61 5 105 12 144
Others ............................................ 5,799 3,131 684 1,029 1,418 o905 ,3 309 499 2 556
Total, all employees ........................... 70,063 40,714 8,261 13,226 19,227 10,219 19,130 2,709 2,509 6,063 1,135 6,714
TOTAL COMPENSATION
Equipment maintenance and garage:
Supervisory employees ............................. 957,091 0568,199 $97,325 1236,644 $234,230 $127,182 #261,710 $47.539 636,045 058 M9986 Ill9.o
others............................................ 33,954 4,200,682 880,171 1.389,762 1,930,7~ 8, ,199 2,286,973 281,810 2,341 3051 0509 1, ,75
Transportation: ................................ ., ,
supervisory employees 21.57....................... 37, 5 2,153 9,85 426,026 861,382 866,577 303,625 59,65 146,247 20 850
Drivers and helpers .................................. 47,6 2 30 25 6, :, 31 10,956 ,7065 13,969,38 4,848,313 11, ,205 1,769, 1 1.5 2.571.35 70702 2
Others ............................................ 4,9 1,032 46,957 o51100 7 975 ,056 199 45 675

"Terminal employees ie5 .................................. ....30,86 1 166:, 4,16 997 5,.359 837 4,o504,93 1,3,575, 1 ,575 1,8,;1 2, 5 2,6
S tariff, and advertising employee5,3,5 2,4 1,54' 956 903 1 1,61 282,119 2222 511.6g1
Insurance and safety employees ............... ....... 37 505 253,901 54,258 55,222 4,21 7 95 53,409 14,172 4:041 0,9 1 290 23, 5
Administrative and general:
General officers.................................... 9,030,85 5,248,20 1,179,4 1,866,725 2,202,040 1,240,44 2,542,207 414,73 Bl 2
Others............................................. 7:33,67 3821,246 850,99 1,254,521 1 :715,728 1,190,529 2,351,872 374,5 6329
Total, all employees ........................... 112,227,243 68,135,873 14,401,647 22,835,401 30,898,825 14,044,743 30,046,627 4,688,280 3,940,534 7,900,592 1,842.373 11,674,848
AVERAGE COMPENSATION
Equipment maintenance and garage:
Supervisory employees ............................. 2 ,26 2 ,478 $,27; ,7 62,120 1 1....
Others.............................................148 1,542 12 1,151,
Transportation
Supervisory employees ............................. 2,241 2 294 2 315 2,27 2,280 2,249 9 2,921 64 1,701 2,062 2,26
Drivers and helpers............................. 56 1 1690 1 6 1,504 1,338 1,60 0 1 228 1,679 1 837
Others ............................................ 311 1,595 1,423 1 278 1,329 1,007 199 1
Terminal employees .................................. 1,342 1 77 1,563 1,481 1, 084 125 1,510 1,389 1,076 1,350 1,291
Sales, tariff, and advertising employees .29 1,47 2 2,66 2, 90 1817 1,987 1,822 1,639 1,577
Insurance and safety employees ...................... 4 1 99 1,871 1,904 1, 32 1,723 1,772 2,021 1,566 290 1710
Administrative and general
General officers .................................. 7,236 7,476 8,306 6,349 8,278 8215 6,436 6,799 5,686 7,107 6,186 6,125
Others ................................................. 1,270 1,220 1,244 1,219 1,210 1316 1334 1,212 1,307 1,262 1,201 1,513
Total, all employees ........................... 1,602 1,674 1,743 1,727 1,607 1,374 1,571 1,731 1,571 1,303 1,623 1,739


1/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report expense for 'Purchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total *Operation and maintenance expenses'.







TABLE 16.-OPSRATING STATISTICS, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED EQUIPMENT pRINcipA~ A--OMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PRPONDERATLY IN INTRCITr SERVICE
ER ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Sou.estern district
disAll s e Middle Southern.
distrist Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Vestern Iouthwestern Monain Pacifi
district region region district region region region region
Number of carriers represented ....................... 40+ 209 54 69 66 53 142 26 19 39 I44
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors In intercity
service ................................................13,501 7,790 1,830 2,602 3,358 2,230 3.41 9754
Number of owned trucks and truck traitors in local 197 23 1,3
service ............................................ 7,251 3,078 70- 1,029 1,34+5 1,161 3,012 396 31 1,051 1
Intercity service vehicle-miles (Inol. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks ............................................105,160,602 ~o6 9,612 21,618,232 21.169,057 7,912,323 10"84 '14 43,615,876 91 1621 1, 75 4 0., ,21 21
Tractors ......................................... 514,94,139 263,465,638 46,263,776 64,911,889 152,289,973 118,582,77 159,95,727 30,632:551 1 6,
Total .......................................... 66,1o,711 314,165,250 67,882,008 86,080,946 160,202,296 129,431,888 202,511,603 31,574,172 30,265,159 72,155,597 14,155
Leased vehicles (nol. purchased transportation):
Trucks........................................... 5,201,783 3813,503 136,476 3,P98,240 376,77 53,865 go4415 7,622 69,026 1
Tractors ......................................... 29,52,398 19,571,M4O 617,659 3,290,761 15,63,420 1,965,342 8,105,212 764,357 2,529,891 161,659 32
Total ............................................34,7+4,181 23,385,343 756,135 6,589,001 16,040,207 2,449,211 8,909,627 771,979 2,618,917 -161,659 3,271,115 208,5
Grand total .................................... 680,852,922 337,550,593 69.638,143 92,669,97 176,242,53 131,881,099 211,1+21,230 32,34+6,151 32,884,076 7,317,256 17,46, 6
Fuel used by owned intercity revenue equipment:
Gasoline (gallons) ................................... 119,645 62,727,329 15,3145,123 18,834,984 28,547,192 23,007,268 25,1455,014s 5,1+15,31 5,175,065 11,032,97742 2 0
Otherfel galons) ............................... 232l :
Other fuel (gallons)8................................1,92,893 1,316,856 l63,O68 282,373 871,415 402,o61 9,223,976 3 8,5 52,407 39,205 1, 735677
Lubricating oil used by owned interoity revenue
equipment (quarts) ................................. 6,952,588 3,1+52,O6 76e,071 1,095,835 1,594,157 1,131,574 2,368,951 216,08 267,761 57,668 2 1,2,3
Tone of intercity revenue freight carried ?/ ........ 22,532,379 14,360,031 3,188,293 4,551,3 3 6,620,395 2,668,335 5 5,1O13 1,065,924 660,530 1,2,7
Freight revenue: 2 3
Intercity service .................................. #17,21,25 $96,292,46+ $22,369,351 $30,236,796 $1,686,317 829,253,051 $52,669.730 ,713,.9 $6,8,4 $15, 4 $378927
Local service ....................................... 5,04,937 %170,090 1Ol3 1,995,056 1,072, 1 3226 763,199 25,6b 77,271 902 12,57 292
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) ................................... 175,35,008 96,930,453 22,742,753 31.417,935 2,769,765 28.106,053 50,398,502 8,62o,798 6,556,4411 14,284,001 162,50 16774
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per intercity vehicle-mile ...... 62 0285 036 0.326 0 8 9 0.222 0.249 10:26 9 ot212 0.251 10
Expense per intercity vehicle-mile Y .... 025 0.230.18 1.226 029021 .5
Miles per owned intercity vehicle per annum .......... 7,856 40,329 37,94 33,083 7,708 58,04 a ,16 5,8 55,532 o16 6 : 5,3

l. This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report 3/ Basic figures Include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local services; thee
expense for 'Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total 'Operation and maintenance expenses". expenses are not separable. Comparisons of revenue and expense per intercity vehic1e-mile
2/ Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting motor carriers. tarefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a lage part ot
total revenue.







TABLE 16.-OPERATING STATISTICS CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OW EQUIPMENT PRINCIPALLY l/
B--COMMON CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES, OTNER THN GENERAL FREIGHT, ENGAGED
PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district W etern is ti t
Item All Total Rev Middle 0ntral re rn WesTte Northwestern N S oh t m s
districts Eastern England Atlantic Weste n e gon d e sion r eo n region
district regiolonon reon dietot region regi..n regiin
Number of carriers represented ...................... 73 39 9 15 16 3 31 1 3 7
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors in Intercity service ...................................... 2,595 1,755 291 474 990 65 775 12 49
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors in local
service ........................................... 140 55 k2 13 2 83 106
Intercity service vehicle-miles (Incl. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks ............................................67,692,24 43,265,055 1,863,663 47Z62 36,651,720 1,595,065 22,822,404 9,5 2,5,67611 isg
Tractor........................................ 55,235,o0 39,84,567 5,702,787 13 9 .9O 20,199,290 3,538,972 11,849,861 221,991 7,531 1 45
Total ......................................... 122,917,924 83,111,622 7,566,450 18,694,162 56,851,010 5,134,037 34,672,265 221,991 2,627,426 4,
Leased vehicles (Inl. purchased transportation):
Trucks........................................... 74o,240 43,592 362 257 1 413,05 204 296,099 20,000
Tractor ........................................ 15,256,491 12,425,736 1,0039,5 1141, 1,210,151 1 6 9 40...
Total......................................... 15,996,731 12,964,329 362 1,029,115 11,834,851 1,626,153 1,506,250 20,000 272,
Grand total ................................... 138,914,655 95,975,950 7,566,812 19,723,277 68,685,861 6,760,190 36,178,515 221,991 2,647,426 4
Fuel used by owned Intercity revenue equipment:
Gasoline (gallons) . ..188 14,074 12,692,496 1,675 886 3.961,877 7,054,73 704,839 5 416,739 38,371 371,627
Other fuel (gallons)............................... 1:.16,479 174,197 6:6oo 111,379 56,218 1:694,282 1 5
Lubricating oil used by owned Intercity revenue equip- 06 ~ ~ 5 742 1622 2572120 45308 .
meant (quarts) ...................................... 9,o6 o 6 6,, 1! 520 9 2
Tons of interoity revenue freight carried g/ ......... ,Z20,880 2,Z5,894 637,596 1,168,537 599,751 54,2 5 1,960,571 1,017 36,179
Freight revenue: 16...
Local service..................................... .576, 85 221,211 9,339 69,778 142,094 2 ,000 331, 674 2o 9,139 1910
Total expenses (inoluding depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) .................................. .24,341,o 9 15,977,111 1,705,296 4,291,438 9,980,377 755,140 7,6o8,798 103,064 423,417 ,1,49575
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per Intercity vehiolo-mile ... f0.176 10.167 10.230 f0.220 $0.14 0.125 60.210 0-32 0.125 0. 02
Expense per Intercity vehiole-mle I/ ................ 0 5 0.166 0.225 10.218 0.Ik t0.112 0,210 10".164 o.160 90-3
Miles per owned Intercity vehicle per annu* ......... 17,367 47,357 26,oo2 57, 25 7995 4,738 18,"9 53,621 18,783

I/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report 2/ Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in Intercity and in local serie;ts
expense for 'Purchased transportation" in excess of 5 percent of total "Operation and maintenance expenses, expenses are not separable. Comparisons of revenue and exp ,ee per InteiP.
/ Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting motor carriers, are therefore subject to qualiflatlon, particularly where the local revenue Is
of the total revenue.







TABLE 16...OPERATING STATISTICS CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY OPERATING OWNED IQUIPHENT PRINOIPALLY 1/ C--CONTRAhT CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY XN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEBER 31, 1940

summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Eastern England Atlantis C ron Western Northwestern i&-Westearn Southwestern H.
district region region region district region region region re
Number of carriers represented ...................... 129 92 13 47 32 '12 25 6 7 4
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors in Intercity service...................................... 4,316 2,985 638 1,136 1,211 479 852 154 66 I 3
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors In local
service ........................................... 572 320 35 133 152 34 218 30
Interoity service vehicle-miles (inal. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks....................................... 34,97,055 21,241,531 6,517,038 9,732,771 4,991.722 1,968,430 11,287,094 502,6 755,091
Tractors ......................................... 135,001,074 90,729,925 5, 00,414 26,602,352 49,027,159 30,399,929 23,871,221 7,565,31 7, 1,0 7,2
Total ............................................69,498,29 101,971,456 11,617,452 36,335,123 54,018,881 32,368,358 35,158,315 8,067,971 7,884,34,6 6,022,860 1.9,3
Leased vehicles (Inc. purchased transportation) I
Truckes .......................................... 661,895 494,333 44,064 242,291 207,978 167,562 1,285
Tractors .......................................... 6198,681 5,630,668 I,s 2,657.303 2,971,484 1,000 567,013 67,530 372,000 75000
Total............................................ 6,60,576 6,125,001 45,945 2,899,594 3,179,462 1,000 734,575 6,815 372,000 95,000
Grand total................................... 176,358,705 108,096,457 11,663,397 39,234,717 57,198,343 32,369,358 35,892,890 8,136,786 8,256,346 6,117,960 3, 3,
Fuel .used by ownead Intercity revenue equipment:
gas g ............. 30,562,583 19,994,261 2,614,790 8,469,860 8,909,611 4,646,552 5,921,770 1,385,175 1,42 ,610 8
Other fuel (gallons) .............................. 1,661,512 650,257 18,855 160,978 470,424 1,011,255 88,820 3234
Lubricating oil used by owned interoity revenue
equipment (quarts) ................................ 1, 708.017 1,069,263 111,449 1, 002 549,8l2 221,41a 417,439 63, 986 66,363 3 559
Tons of intercity revenue freight carried ?_ ......... 12,160,694 9,022,785 1,265,252 4,508,24o 3,249,293 1,0&6, 14 2,091,495 275,682 293,163 13 :903 1,365,747
freigh revenue.
Interoity serce;..................................35,633,200 624,143,823 $2,719,64 1 10,093,167 $11,331,011 $4,489,579 86,999,798 $I,466,827 61,315,228 $798,241 $
Losl erie ..................................... .3,240,572 2,080,797 343,017 930,985 806,795 168,103 991,6:72 135,6 47,277
Total expenses (including depreciation and operatinga0875
taxes and rents) ................................. 35,829,273 23,889,323 2,967,112 10,545,319 10,376,892 4,1865,418 7,754,532 1,517,458 1,274,869 762,273 4,

Freight revenue per interclty vehicl-mile ........ 0.202 10.223 60.233 60.257 60.198 #o.139 60.195 $0.180 10.159 0.;030 2J6
Expense per intercity vehiole-2ale2/ ................. 10.203 10.221 10.251 t0.269 0.191 10.129 01.216 10.186 0.0154 0125
Kiles per owned intercity vehicle per annum. ......... 39,272 30,161 18,209 31,985 4,607 67,575 1,266 52,389 7,496 3,399

/ This table is restricted to carriers owning most of the equipment operated. It excludes carriers which report 2/ Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles In Interoity and In 1ocal service e these
expense for 'Purchased transportation' in excess of 5 percent of total *Operation and maintenance expenses." expenses are not separable. Comparison Of revenue and expnee per ned h
/ Includes duplostion on account of tonnage received from connecting motor carriers, therefore subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue Ia la
the total revenue.








TABLE 16.--OPERATING STATISTICS, CLABBs I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY
D--CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by disetrite and regions
Item Eastern distriot Western district
Al Tta- Nw --- ---- Southern -YT
distrlots Eastern England A tlntio Central region etern Northwestern Mid-Western outhe
district region regio region district region region regon tn
Number of carriers represented ...................... 118 78 6 55 17 3 37 3 6 3 2
Number of owned trucks and truk tractors in inter.oty service ...................................... 554 373 16 24o 117 23 158 12 10 16
Number of owned trucks and truck tractors in local
servioe ........................................... 5,728 3,821 96 2,888 837 78 1,829 127 259 l
Intercity service vehicle-miles (inol. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles:
Trucks .......................................... 6,590,769 4,587,863 200,92 3,658,002 728,869 141,47o 1,861,436 25,000 122,000 87,8 2599
Tractors ........................................ 6,885,052 4,938,110 53, 61 1,630,574 3,254,075 481,883 1,465,059 277,352 201,000o 130,79 227
Total ......................................... 13,475,821 9,525,973 254,453 5,288,576 3,982,944 623,353 3,326,495 302,352 323,000 21,642 509,69 1
Leased vehicles (incl. purchased transportation):
Trucks .......................................... 178,394 178,194 24,oo4 101,386 52,804 o200 2
Tractors ........................................ 520,969 516,211 371,971 144,240 4,758
Total ......................................... 699,363 694,405 24,ook 473,357 197,044 4,758 200 2
Grand total ................................... 14,175,184 10,220,378 278,457 5,761.933 4,179,988 621,111 3,326,695 302,352 323,000 21,642 509,9
Fuel used by owned interoity revenue equipment:
Gasoline (gallons) ............................... 2,44,647 1,809,217 48,508 1,013,861 746,894 112,745 502,685 60,671 46,o0o 22 53
Other fuel (gallons1.............................. 189,646 88,014 18,804 69,210 101,632 -23

Lubricating oil used by owned interoity revenue equipment (quartse)................................ .16,,416 117,107 3,054 68,241 45,812 5,256 41,053 88i ,8 0
Tons of Intercity revenue freight oarried ........ 1,59 ,552 1,oo6,oo 14,852 570,555 420,653 37,936 550,556 15,882 615
Freight revenue:
Integrity service ................................. #4,3 63,103 2,896,464 $103, 505 $1,978,901 $814,0o58 $196,705 $1,269,934 60,184 $38,460 35 22,60
ocale n (inoin. d.reo.nton an e.ra.i.... 27,673,881 19,619,591 616,6 14,676,285 4,326,6 1 339, 77 7,71 ,813 365,559 39,430 3
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating 7 39onn36 5e7 8,571
taxes and rents) ................................ 31,932,997 22,390,139 716,311 16,621,635 5,052,193 540,946 9,001,912 423,942 896,977 'M,407 761,642

I/ Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting motor carriers.






TABLE 17.--OPERATING STATISTICS, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
CARRIERS REPORTING REVENUE TON-MILES
(These carriers are Included in preceding tables)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Ite All Total New Middle ntral region Tal
diStricts Eastern England Atlantic eWestern Nr be
district region region region district regIon region region ..... /and
COMMON CARRIERS
Number of carriers represented ...................... 61 24 2 14 8 3 34 13 6 5 4
Number of owned vehicles in intercity service.Trucks............................................. 664 322 -4174 s6 256 28 43 i 6
Truck tractors .................................... 2,424 1,519 288 733 199 706 271 189 19
Total .............................................. .,08 1,841 288 646 907 285 962 299 203 222 3
Intercity service vehiole-miles (incl. nonrevenue) :"
Owned vehicles ......................................155,384,306 77,630,292 13,203,949 21,333,546 43,092,907 20,80,02 56 934 012 15 603,170 13,010,544 12.630,375 1,60,7 14ol,
Leased vehicles ( ,nol. purchased transportation) 20,105,636 9,691,102 393,2 3 2,100,140 7,197,719 3,3940,879 7,019,655 1,24, i 94,856 309,039 3 5 999,572
Total ........................................... 175,489,942 87,321,394 13,597,082 23,433,686 50,290,626 24,214,881 63,953,667 16,843,980 13,955,400 1
Tone of intercity revenue freight carried V ...... 5,041,391 1,9.J 644,220 1,725 1,7,1 37,0 ,695 1 17
Reinut ren-milef intercity service ................. 1,19,24 3 51o 48o .5 31,2 .4 l .' .676 7 120 ,,96 8,10 ,
Freeht revenue from intercity service .............. $,1 ,797 $25$2 6,2,Z29 3 10,541,7 T 541,806 $17,570$1
Freight revenue from local service .................. 6s2,527 517,14? 11,671 307,501 247,94 115,380 70,078 5 1
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) .................................. .46,285,043 25,18O,600 6,05,517 8,512,986 10,52,097 4,411,793 16,692,65o 4,994,324 2,561,334 3,0o0,140 1 l,272 >
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per Intercity vehicle-mile .............E.27012 02s964 80.45928 636292 60292 0.18756 .27474 4 :3 99 0 2102g8 4a245320
Freight revenue per ton-mile ...........................6 o3986 60014U00572 0045 9365 0.O0 6 01O980 0.0 9187 0348 481.0
Expense per ton-mile Z/ ............................. 89.2 o .0 o.0o:78 7 : 5
Average load ................... 70* 7.0678 9 .52 9 70 519183
Average haul /.................................. ... 236 199 1 23
Average miles per owned vehicle per annum .......... 50,319 42,167 45.47 33,021 47,511 7,5 59,183 52,185 64091

CONTRACT CARRIERS
Number of carriers represented ...................... 5 3 31
Number of owned vehicles in intercity service:
Trucks ........................................... 2 2
Truck tractors.................................... . 6 26 26 20 14 -Total .......................................... 69 28 28 20 21 2 1. .
Intercity service vehicle-miles (incl. nonrevenue):
Owned vehicles .................................... 4,678,O45 ,516,909 -16,909 2,28,238 Z52,896
Leased vehioles (incl. purchased transportation) .. 4 ,6 ,968 0,217,968 ,-1,966 32,000 32,000
Total .......................................... 9,328,013 5,734,877 5,734,877 2,208,238 1,384,898
Tons of intercity revenue freight carried I/ ........ 465,394 306,147 306,147.8,358 1po889 -/ -9
Revenue ton-miles Intercity service....................0 ,, 8 4,234,193 4,24 ,19 12 1261400 12 : ;
234,19 3413''915I12
Freight revenue from Intercity service .............. 61,618,782 81,106,985 -- 1,106,985 4239:639 4272,158 12-2-1Freight revenue from local service .................. 193,940 193,940 193,9W0
Total expenses (including depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) ..................................... 1,716,725 1,219,860 1,219,860 221,383 275,42
AVERAGES
Freight revenue per Intercity vehiole-mile .......... .:17354 .19303 5.1930. 2 o ..19652 6-
Freight revenue per ton-mile ........................ 0.02293 o.02394 .02394 0.01976 0.02223 -0
Expense per Intercity vehicle-mile 3/ .. ....... 0.18 04 021271 0.21271 0.1002 p.19892 _19S92
Expense per ton-mile ..............................2 ,0.o. ,o026386 002639 S 1 02
Average load ....................................... 7.57 8-- 808.84
Average haul .................................... 152 151 151 208 121 121
Average miles per owned vehicle per annum ........... 67,798 54,175 54,175 110,412 45,376 -5,376

Includes duplications on account of tonnage received from connecting motor carriers. / Average load is based on both trips with load and trips without load and Is der ved by divdlng
SBasic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity and in local services; revenue ton-miles by Intercity vehicle-miles.
these expenses are not seperable. Comparisons of revenue and expense per intercity v/ erage haul is derived by dividing revenue ton-miles by tone of Intercity revenue freight
vehicle-mile are therefore subject to qualm/ilcation, particularly where the local carried.
revenue is a large part of the total revenue.










TABLE 18.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORT OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRImS OF PROPERTY HAVING OPERATING MRUBS OvER 500,000
A.-OMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

interment eniole-oalr
riopal Total Number mi e(nuding Ripens*t foru fo paa Notee inoe,3R111
p op assets (not of owned nn a ng i iro Total pense for (neteagNe e Net income.lpee2
Name of carrier tevof. including trucks operating ras o ting aftetg
s e tangible and truek Owned Leased Common Contract revenues ta oa- t asIncome ino Average Total (a n Total
property) tractors equipment equipment carrier carrier azes nnuere c ensatn m
intangible~~~~~~ ~txe aam nro we ea~ osn Cnrat rvne ioicm aeumber~ couponsa& a a
rents) 7-476"1
Total, all districts ............................... $60,289,551 14,869 505,414,139 282,651,923 $193,668,975 $1,125,284 $197,907,356 $33,764,686 $190,035,731 $7.805,188 04,901,594 46,536 *72.56o,al5 to.abo $o.234
Now England region .............................. 5460,377 1,521 42,670,158 716,07k 15.760,788 420,587 16,627,284 731.414 15,944,781 68163 363,362 4.508 8,0 1 o 1356 W
Middle Atlantio region ......................... 8,86 ,370 2,040 52,654,512 33,2 9,716 27,397.258 137,819 28,64030 5,135.708 278ss,4o 74 ,074 2732 7,397 12 6 aph
Central region .......................... ......... o,5 ,375 4,841 169, 3,o 2oo,506,472 82,900,457 83 D, 29 21,890347 80657,938 3 17,852 190 16,579 .5 69
Total, Eastern district ....................... 34,891,122 8,402 264,631,374 234,532,262 126,058.503 558,406 129,093,413 27,757,469 124,491,199 4,573,529 2.707,056 28,484 46,177.506 .244 .240
Southern region ................................. 8,095,393 2.394 103,739,370 13,741,265 25,289,501 25,350,758 1,587,809 24,388,528 960,966 612,764- 7,088 9879,655 .15 .208
Northwestern region ............................* 2,477,490 585 19, 31,284 4,136,069 7,279,646 7,349,872 50237 7,031,020 310,302 181,019 1,722 2,895.161 .1
Mid-Western region ........................* ..**. 3,123, 7 834 31 646 245 26,121,418 11,3 236 2 ,929 11, 1 2, 11,335,112 496,269 461, 2725 4
Southwestern region ................................ 5,912,850 1,582 56, o0397 379 1 13,162,211 2436149 13,g45 1, 4 12, 69439 972,3 714 7 33,730 4 ..1
Rooky Mountain region ........ ..................757,01 97 3307,1 2,73 560 1,564,228 1, 57,723 1, 0, 36 9646 57 9.204
Pacific region .................................. 5,o ,8 975 2.170,32 1,06,85 9,007,650 37,300 9,108,065 239,11 8,4 74 214,623 2,502 395,3 393 *1
Total, Western district ....................... 17,303,036 4,073 137,043,395 34,378,396 42,320,971 566,878 43,463,185 4,419,408 41,156,004 2,270,693 1,581,774 10,964 16503.654 .245 .836
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Adley Express Co., Ino. ........................... A 810,183 126 3,586,266 1,748,641 1,750,033 16 5226 74,807 31,027 79 491
Consolidated Motor Lines,Inc. ..................... A 1,237 64 312 9,167,996 34,055 4,520,078 4,532,262 56,101 .4,3 478143 184,419 105,511 1,36 2 .491 .
Gays Express, In. ................................ A 248 131 4,13,974 2,16 773,9 7- 773,828 7686 10,092 5,3 18 2
Hemingvay Bros. Interstate Truoking Co. ............ A 78,04 68 1,836,077 102,400 1 1,991 25, 6359 12,62 71250 166 30 .
M. & M. Transportation Co. ......................... A I'2,250 75 3. 1 282 95,092 1, 871 1, 72 112 1,28362 162,6 102,838 244 3
McCarthy Freight System, Inn ....................... A so,11 179 5, ,083 38,000 1,38,475 1,901 4 as 1,758.926 142,7o 8,6
Old Colony Forwarding Corpn. ........................ 109, 46 63 0,220 12729 729, 7896 / 258,975 73384 21
St. .Johnsbury Trucking Co........................ A 204,594 83 3,422, 18 0 572, 21 6 5 58,057167 .16 .17
Seaboard Freight Lines, Ino. ....................... A 41771 121 04,035.1,3 359,188 1, ,851 1, 2 10 1,737,67r4 51. ,1 9 *39.5.Z,
Stone's Express, Inc. ............................. A 408,466 196 1,742, 6 ,58 332,896 1,0223,67 1, 1,827 5,77256
Towle, A., Co. ...................................... 5 o380 35 95 3 5 115 82,012 0 22,97 ,37 62571 23, 236 3 .221 .ig
Weloh, E. P., Co. .................................. S 232,05 72 1, 625,0 1 393,850 49,216 61655 4,4 612,550 3 *

MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
A. & B. Fast Freight, In. ......................... A 64,944 11 15,611 1,750,437 512,513 512,5 255,6 509,17 2 2,353 602 .24 .246
Alko Express Lines ................................ A 142,223 68 1, 2,352 26,538 510,57 510755 3,92 57901 2 6 2,089 154 op96
All states right, In............................ 185,393 22 1,240,535 3,158,523 1,091,743 1,552.936 1, 30081 66,218 40,165 109
67I.14;2 11.2 1,0921 146 2
Arrow Carrier corpn................................ 1,o ,237 174 3,141,705 14 6,922 1 ,01, 224 98 777 70,661 42 7 *
Baltimore Transfer Co. of Baltimore City2.............6... 105 1, ,075 49,680 639,911 92 4 9,690 110,003 71,465 101 3 7 *
Branch Motor Express Co. ........................... B 280, 8 71 1,53 9,025 717 592 83,077 8 5,790 39,370 853,2 2 14,927 318 534
Brooke Trans oration Co., I:. ................... A 35 1 131 3 6 L 3,019 1,37,226 1,3,. 30 1 3 6 1,,
Cnietal Transportation Lines, Inac.................B A114 2 3,273,600 ;00,13~ -.0~1 13,762 702,-6441a
Cowan, W. T., In. ................................. B 3 ,622 101 2,533,228 31,867 1,319,2 1322, 7 7,060 1,293409 208,2 353
Davidson Transfer A Storage Co. .................... A 63,69 141 2,99,202 287,284 1,372,670 1.57527 57,024 1,2 s28 50 35,351 563 6 N 1 .
Horlacher Delivery Service, Inc.................... B 359,478 154 3,3111,465 204,590 689,259 1,062,289 40918 1,03,74 .315 19,782 280 5 255 194 *292
ormer Bros., Freight Lines. Inc. .... ..:: 1 1 1,70 ,033 1,1071438 1,5 147,55o 311 281,
Libery Motor Freight Lines, Inc. .................. A 188,099 11 8, 7,a35 1,915 1.918:33 1,177,096 1 1,1 14 28 3o
LynnViotor, Linea, Ina. .......................... A 211,981 a 2,061 6, 54,742 9 126 190,1 ) 2r 16 20],2 .384
Lyons Transportation Co.,Ino. ....................... A 259,33 55 2,07 76 61,75 3- 697 196,03 9921,9D296955 .3o .25
5 25, 5. 149 67997 775 6,23 M 338 75,617 2
Middle Atlantic Transportation Co., In. ........... A 71/916 4 160600 1,7 ,30 509,797 51,2 264 5 491,21 7,8o9 6 07,639 e6k 2
Moran, N., Transportation Lines, Ino.............. A 772,691 190 8,816344 1,16, 7 2,78 68 2,814 74,2 2.757 9 1,3 2
Motor Freight Express .............................2A 332,055 78 1,025,704 612, 7 2 99,033 6,73 197 3307 479
Niagara motor ExpresIc ... ......... A 1 ,o 3 2,s ao 6,5 6 4 6 728 103 62 6 a ,o63 177 223.9 5 .211 *212
Novick Transfer Co. ................................ B 25,860 56 2,158,38 173,60 6 26 68 826 43,604 6380 9 73,863 192 25, 293 274
Nigr Moo5xrsIc................ 5,1 6 2,8280 163, 15 600, 14 :607,3
Overnight Motor Transportation Co., In. ........... A 10,14 51 1,442 51 93 600 588,831 588,837 19,187 6o 619 2 *378 .387
PrmdMotor Freight Corp ....................... ..A 404661 9 /2: 4 ~ 7.9 975,198 1,22 060,119 5
icheMotor Freight Lines ..........................A 697,640 134 k,46,~ 1-015, 000 1,092,801 1,102,081 2,00 1,1908,407 Dr 5 92614228 20.4
shein Express, Inc. .............................. A 227,44 78 800,0 6 788,3 813,736 3,766 809:291 140 8
Western Express Co.................................... A 162,801 14 5,148 2, ,512 708, 712,520 237,553 6 6 2 1 138 192,29 8 .25*
Wisnfeght Forwarding Co., In ...................B 77,298 15 140000 6,000,000 259.W ~ 59,157 30,2 :6,4 1570 w 4
York-Bu Moto r Expr ess, C. ...................... A 182, 3 72 3,07957 30, 3,843 6,37 2,179 1179 *38

See footnotes at end of table.

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TABLE 15.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM VR ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER 000 A,-COMMON CARRIERS OF GOERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1940

ToaltBebr rioy g Freight revenue from
Principal setal not ou er alleI NI.1. I nteroity service TlExpense f (pe Net cEployees 2/ per o1terc
Rae of carrier tpof Including trucks pr~n tpraed tion ca operating afterFrih
service opretng trasoota 1%ion andR T
Intangible and truok Owned Leased Common Contract reenun n Oret r Avo Total e Total
property) tractors equipment equipment carrier carrier ton operating nuh vee oat (common expose

CENTRAL REGION
Advance Transportation o. I........................ B 9,54 47 673,399 26,9 4 5Q4.97o -505:694 651,071 $493,565 2,1 $9 17 92 4 s 1
Awe loan CErloading Corpon......n................ B 332 1 1 9 157.97 55 2 3 1,200,9ee 231 123 1,137,535 1,453 1200 30*3
Batroe Motor Transport Lines, In. ................ ....A 902354 6 6 2, 65 .31 01 11,6 52' 1,71 52jj 52 3 .20 .
Boiell Brothers Motor Freight, In. ............... 11,15 21 2,6507o57 57,215 211,462 54211 Dr. I 2.519 19 19
Cleveland, Columbus Cincinnati Highwy, In......... A 1, 193 11,311 2,8749,593 3, 501 3,979,099 753.5 ,526,952 51..567 62 *1








Midwestnd. E esI ......,, ............... BA,4 2202,6521 2N83003196- 2330 991 2,4: 2,0 90 d, 2 1 ,0 25 115,91051$ .3
Comarial Motor Freight, Inc. 16.................A ,655 95 3,2466 722,6 9576 971,17 12,6 964,671 6 501 ,6ij43 .4
Comercial Motor freight, In Ohio)................ A 207 5,415,571 2,/ 2,20,2 2,736,135 223,796 25 2217.3 1A0, .33 0
Consolidated Forwarding Co., o .................... A 17579 35 1 04 234,000 205,615 09,615 7,0 02,501 3,114 2,339 79 157,60o .2 *
47:121: Isk,946 1 65 14
Consolidated Freight Co............................. A 15,530 33 740,000 5412 11,91 5, 71 1 .21 .
Cooper-Ja rr tt, In o. .............................. B 6659 2 10 97,902 4 94,45 2, 9?2 43 4271 1 6 1,41 4 :I57 *176
Oush n Motor Delivery o......................... A...... 11, 72 1,8 a 3 1 7 553,31 52,778 6 1O,787 25,221 5,139 149 262 602 25 .21
Denatur Cartage o ............................... B 372 03 2U 1 6 6 3 5 9 1,32,6 -o 1 7 10,67 1,592,742 129 3,06 2 an o25. .243
Ere rigtLies no....................A 2395 3 17,50 2,6,5 ~7,"2 7935 761i 705,235 k2.754 DZL~ 564" 01 .0
Dohrn Transfer Co. .................................A 227,51, 95 797,191 562,590 5.152 5 6,7 1,74 8,71 26 o









Plaia ExresshtCo.e, In ........................... A 183,281 60 11 1 045 7, 2 67Z0,o35 136 152 705,83z Dr. ,1.o r 30,435 8 1ss .24 .256
Re s a T a si o. nc .. .. .. .. .. A5 ,905 97:" 6 ,2 1 3 0 1,59 1 1, 0 15 32 3 1 1, 9 1 0 00 7 1 1 :7 1.11 6
Federal Express, Inn ............................. A 15,116 25 2, 32 1:,06 19 655,956 67,3 2 9339 39.15 34 98 3 107 3 00 *67 .
Globe Cartnge v Co., In. ............................ 1 ,715 162 5 7,6 507,711 1 ,955 450,27 755,253 33, 91 2 47 64 133,904 .17 .12b
Great Central Transport Corp ........................A 144,10 39 1,604,56 3,155:623 1,051,550 o,5,1 320,9 1,7,3 192 2,0 6 5,5
H. A K. Motor Transportation, Ino. ....................A 221 59 1,645,5 534,226 534,226 515,697 15,529 14,516 174 233 345431
rayesafreight Lines, Inc.......................... A 9,17 06 32 13,165,72 1,216,173 2,655,295 2 3 62 60 3,5,5 57,967 4527 95 1,4,661t 4
Interate Dispatoh, I.............................. A 105l,21 25 90,707 2,95,725 922.399 974 326,569 9,,6 9,164 19 11 21,195 2
Inter-State Motor Freigh t Syste.................. .. .A a4 1 3 5,713 9907,9 5 327 6 261,496 163, *El)
Zeeshin Motor Express o., I::.:.....................::::A 1:4::4 5 i06,237 3,6005 5.573,320 3 1,6 O 5270256 30,622 9, 2,72,9 .9
ibel Lines, In ....................................... 14 5 ,225 61 3,643 610,955 611,3 15 630,565 D1r,.71 so 7 3o5 .18 .7
Kirk Transportation Co............................ A 57,095 1 156,255 4,047,712 539,062 545,725 306,719 534,919 1 97 1, 1 77,o5 .32 .31
ecrone Motor Transport Line, ...................... A 170,262 6 1,91,765 o6,3 ,601 3810,96 153530 11,071 5,22 1030 1, 13 2










Wolverin Ex.es In ..... ................. 6 3,5 ,3,9 3.3,9 110 ,92 1, 1 52 62 4421 06 5,1 176 24,62 .211 .20
Lstt & Co. of Indiana, Ino. ......................... A 106,153 10 51,000 2,15 1000 769,116 789,449 3643 98,35 911 72 1 290 265 .252
Liberty Highway Ce ................................ A 520,209 67 2,446,664 15 201 1,13,651 551,135011 33 10 23 1 4 21 .93
Loron Transport o Co,........................... A 12 ,609 1 7 992 6,926 1,25679 1,02 5 1 1 1 2 5 5 2 9 ,716 12 537 .19 .27
Miohigan Interstate Motor Freight, In ..............A 95,105 7 2,50.000 5,657 5I,1- 5'460 4361 2,2 169 255,0 2 .

ichigan Motor Freight Lines, o ..................**B 227,225 43 1,736,131 6 1, 1,49,771 ,63,225 ,2.015 557 32,57 6 502,59 .172 1
26e fonte 2, 550 of t 25 2 0 a
Midwest Haulers, Incn..................................B 227,4756 2,282513 2.5329 ,8 ,17 270,94 i 20 11 30 118,910
Miller, J., Co ........................................ 86S,652 15 442' 2 2__ 3.0 4:4'" :2 2.0 0 12154b, 3 74 12 0 :9
Monark Motor Freight System, Incn......................A 36 1 54, :9 11, 15,26 9, li 2q 2 2 .4
Motor Cares, In. (O.io...............................A 129o61 41W~ 2,25g,152 2134 204422 's 5 3837 2p,4 99 27 A
Moor CmgI.................................. 2~:393 2,2 ,402 6722 ,1, 7527,073 2,0 5 3*105 1 ,5 .21
Mutual Trucking Co ....................................B 1 1:,59 12 6,619,537 922,355 1,09 27,556 ,594 2147 4 05A 4 ,9 -2 .
tional Transit Corpn ...........................................................................................4,3 6 2 67 9,260 6,212 96 lZ5,275 .21 2
PNnslai Truk Lines Inn............................. 69 ST 1' 1565 152606~f2 4- 3
son, Fred, & Bon Motor Service Co ................... 154,766 72 15005 10,720 619,0 63,065 23,75 612,53 2 24 5055 9 305,623 -2
PlnslaiTukLns n .......... A $1,720 29 3:&:66 339,159 1,152,:561 ,,12 5635 44652 525 1,022,021 -330
Peoria Cartage Co .....................................A 191,197 679 2, 2,669 62,19.3,52 5,2 2,0 11,9 0 00'
Plaze Express Co., Zoo ................................A 13,251 65 1 .977J,063 1,079.475 759,525 o 5 10614 75,24 5,1 14, 35 1751 315, 2
Red Star Transit Co., Ina. ....................................2,905 97 6,558032 2,113,72 1,559,131 1 6k25 3,12 1,9,5:21 106,.... 3318 311 557,791 ~ 26
5 5 1.0,1 39531 521 57 Z305 :
adway Expre, In,...................A 5,357 257 12,659.894 568,.019 2,23,5 2,223,952 69,959 2,159,256 57,196 1 54.5 .
adway Trnsi Co...................B 315 113 3,601,45 595,053 1 1057,509 8,3 o5,6 3669 2:70 57,
Shiper Dipao In................................ 102,5 31 so 4,07,7 74.6l203Z725
Speotor Motor Service, Inan............................B 196,765 7,57 09 1,661 2:51 ,25162
asercnFegtLnsIn.......... A0012539 2 022 15 :5r 1,72,911 991,122 1,718 12,151 5,547 150 .7 :2Z
Trucngmerla ih Lies I................ 1,10 340 13,0077 1,570,9 3,49 44., 39,42 67 32:65 3,77 1,52 775 1,634,0p1 .4
TuknZo.....................................A 105,77 25 590,154 3,87622 1,075,55 1,075,:854 41599 1,050,240 25,61 19,05 171 231,9 .243 '*237
Truckownere Freight Co ................................. 28,243 3 2,145554 507,76 507,950 323,709 520,52Dr1 k1.90 34 66,909 .207 21
U. 6. Trunk Co., In .................................A 619,34,39 105 2:9,4 1,222,9 1,223,306 -1,074,102 149,204 54,711 252 2,~ 49 :3
United Truoking Service, ZIna..............A 30,5 15 a1,4 -,5 912,055 25,314 19,&1 26 905
Biking Freight Co ..........................A 5 16 7,222,521 122,652 1,642,49011.7 20,2 12,70750
Western Miohigan Transportation Co ....................A 265: lb 1 4,197,415 1,499178 1,461,269 5713 1,355,072 73,2 819 2 30 .49 .4
21 1,919 1, 956 ,0 be 2621 250.
Western Trucking Co., Inc. ............................B 9521 16 1,7,6660*.036, 107.9O 569,s 35 .2512 1553
Wolverine Express, Ino. ..............................A 7 ,3,9 ,3,9 10 2 101015 36,14 95% 21, 06 15,412 i9 21162 .1 .207
Ziffrin Truck Lines, Zoo ..............................A 3.53102,61 ,,5 767, 36 6 8,99 2504 9805 D3,723 Dr 6,29,499 19 .24.5 2

SOUTHERN REGION
Akers Motor Lines, In ................................ 178,923 49 1,520,450 3,091,757 911,749 923,20 3679 9,10 2,6 1.9 23,6 .1958 19
AtatcStates Motor Lines, Incn......................A 397,04 95 6:79 3529070 2,096 921- 1,~153654 251 213026 .2 21
B39elBohrIn..................A 87,172 155 3,S10, 01 21,000 726,551 7 24 226 700,181 29,153 1.s 5314 3,53 Io 18
Central TrnkLes, Inc ...............................A 1169 1559 :6911:509 112,59 65,o25 2-06,3 53 6,Z,02 25752 20,635 23 1,0226,3 .230 .201
Dixie Chick Expres Co..............................A 13365 9 9259 37335 506 89,75 49531 593 3,05 1,2A131815 .19 .
K. T. & W. N. C. Motor Transportation Co.......... 21,49 5 2,3,9 3,49 62591 95 62,4 114 60236 2Il 1964429 6,52 .33 .2
GeriaHgwa xres oo..................... ......., 7 91,01 ? 91 298,12 6224 2; 23,45 223 27.12 .2103 20
Flamingo Truok Lines, Incn.............................A 27, 1.8 4,001,557 54,452 5:91 55,997 N24 25 2,700 3,076 2123 32,5147 .3210 23
Gordon, Transports, Zoo ...............................A 2b5,1 05 122 42 ,3 1,759 N570,7 257, 4 3 2255,;,,111 11 7:1 .7 7
Great Southern Trucking Co ............................A 8.4 0 ,2,2 ,3 ,5,94 ,5, 3 1,23:1 5 19 3,552 37 573,6179 7 7
502,20 170 6,115,67 1,330,266 1,330:745 1 163,228 67,537 1253 176 0,5 .217 :206
See footnotes at end of table.










TABLE l8.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY RAVING OPERATING REVENUE OVER 1500,ooo A.-COMMON CARRIERS OF GENERAL FREIGHT ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

InteroitT vehicleN Freight revenue from ootal E feras*
piopal aests not Iofwned 1 inar elung interoity service To ( n ign Employees &/ p era
Hame of carrier service Including trucks operating tparased d l operating Inpoteen
i ntangible and trunk Owned Leased Common Contrat revenues ransports- tion and income Average
%ion. operatime "aoi ATotal
property) tractors equipment equipment carrier carrier io t ing taeeuber compensaion ex
I _rents) 1?t
SOUTHERN REGION Continued
Harris Bros. Transfer Co. ......................... B $1s,571 28 1.99 ,493 994, 746 $503,697 $518.338 $150,173 $519,754 1 .1 106 $11,370 t. .
Horton Motor Lines, In. ............................ A 1 .955663 353 12,, 91 93618 4,250,094 4,a 4 20,923 3,879,620 96o .1,644, *3 .
Huber & Suber Motor Express, Ino .................. A 9,920 1 10, 5.806 1.488,376 1.950, 1956 14923o 1,852,716 1 4,251 50 5.
K. & L. Transportation Co., In. .................... A 126,105 78 2,3626 52271 523 47,528 25,876 20,610 9 1 ,
Mason & Dixon Lines, Inc..........................******** 370,44 11 10, 415,932 646,391 1,91,8 1, 17,8S4 65,011 1,92N,406
New South Express Lines ............................ A 182,887 109 2,325,933 14315 69,914 73,568 17,982 6565816 13,,66
Rutherford Freight Lines, Ino ..................... A 182,794 63 3,41 1 22 58 6 81,920 682,278 2 695,885 Or 222 27,783 110
Silver Fleet Motor Express, Inc. ................... A 623,04 187 9,15 6 1,906,50 2,374 2,380,807 175,6 2.337,536 242 9617
Transport Corpn. of Virginia ...................... D 191,8 42 1,808,7 1,056 32 5561 558,461 o,39 528,553 29,908 23, 126 1514$5 :195 ,g
Transportation,Inc. ............................... A 316,1 139 3,972,0 1,000 1,029 23 1,030,495 150 1,0.254,292 D 4 ,3 l9
Whitney Transfer O. .............................. B 193,0 153 4,590,572 57,000 923,3914 923,394 2,563 920,101 3,293276 ,263 .19 11
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Gateway City Transfer Co., Inc. .................... A 226,277 62 1,810,846 1,956,275 1,047,112 1,o6o,031 108, 14 1,024,243 35,788 24,2o3 260 450,483 ."7 .21e
Glendenning Motorwaey, Inc. ........................ A 337, 30 7 2 473 358,201 853,321 "58,274 31458 822 8 35 ,826 26,ki7 217 31 .9 .go
Midnite Express, In. ............................. A 20 ,2, 2 2 ,170 6 1 688542 2 .0
1 :9 732 6j0 9 796 3326 32 17
Motor Transport co. ................................ A 30 087 118 1,9 63 i550770,810 702 52, 66,198 41,180 241 40 37 -3
Northern Transportation Co. ........................ A 204,52 42 1,102,620 626,7 0 5138 642,356 54,231 58,560 45,296 31,402 150 2361
Olson Transportation Co. ........................... A 331,782 98 3,502,022 1,155,30 1.1 6,126 1,098 8 57,628 35,786 261 532,16A,..o
Werner Transportation Co. .......................... A 1,882 27 1,962,001 813,000 028,023 1 124,136 810352 20,1 78 120 227,637 4 re
Wilson Storage and Transfer co. .................... A 25.377 6 2116812 15,803 21,72 1,1 72, 0 11 20,8401 2,66 1
Yellow Truck Lines, In. ............................ 1 6,481 46 1,666,108 339,840 602,693 610,199 22,198 596,952 13,247 11"233 1 5 238,71 *o.0
MID-WESTERN REGION
Adams Transfer & Storage Co. (Mo.) ................ A 362,337 16 207,269 4,313 2o 841,270 843,737 431,420 826,627 17,110 24,184 116 146,636 .1
Anderson Motor Servioe Co. ......................... A 118,089 44 1,085.633 1, 65806 688,93 719,555 689,218 0,337 22,747 165 29 .260
Brady Transfer & Storage Co. ....................... C 446 8 56 2,9 1 8,7 262 2,039,19 $45,776 2,05,o1 562,522 2,115,2514 D410 6 832 .17g .10
Denver-Chicago Trucking Co. ....................... . 669,52 112 6, U2,614 1,131,39 1,131,991 3,896 793,112 339 87 336 28 41373
Enaus Trunk Lines, In. ............................ A 93, 362 3 1, 6 142 1,220,237 499,696 50,872 11 25 492,978 10,8 9,07 11154631 *
Potashniok~~~~~g0387 325e Truc System In............. 3,03, 8 5,1 66,3 11 6:11is67128
Merchants Motor Freight, In. ...................... A 7954 1 3,095,298 34,707 807,011 6,1 6,941 7 816 71,298 45,194 23 397,906 .258 .244
Potashnson Local Trc ytm nc ........ A 1 133 3,o 3rdS 5,010 663,333 66.9 sgi 6 8 ,603551 9,1] .18.1
Rise & Co., Inc................................... D 48 433 38 1,738,673 5599,1470 1,505,919 1, 262 530415 1,5 418 20,114 16,229 s 33,62b .20 .211
Rock Island Motor Transit Co. ....................... A 291,178 111 3, 5,287 95 61,677 6,912 71 45 18,60 731,219 10,216 29 2 387124 .198 .26
Union Transfer Co.................................. A 134,258 60 2 ,005 248 850 8 ,68 239,210 84,700 1 8 1 390 15 271386 .17
Watson Bros. Transportation Co., In. .............. A 212,292 155 5,914,635 1,960, 1,618329 233,241 1,864,052 451,182 1,852,036 12,016 6,909 463 659,085 .235 *235
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Brown Express ..................................... A 158,668 89 2,257,573 618,541 622,83 554,606 68,017 42,371 2o1 264,131 .274 246
Central Freight Lines, Ina ........................ A 242,021 103 3,251,829 690,136 6 9 636,240 54:74
East Texas Motor Freight Lines .................... A 2110 5, 4,039 1,0841,11 1,01142,1172
English Freight Co. .............................. A 296,528 119 3,651,032 661,542- 662,630 650, 02 12,129 5. 183 274,309 11
Gillette Motor Transport, In. ...................... 5 12,03 72 3,395,178 63,266 613,371 608,789 4,582 183 6,9
240 14,582 126 6337 8" 162 28,915 9 7
Herrin Transportation Co. .......................... A 255,116 66 2,35 2,304 6,422 630,09 59 l 123 231,217 254 209
Johnson Motor Lines ................................ A 193,793 129 2, 6,27 23,992 0,01* 5949 1 5 224 337 272,721 2 223
Powell Bros. Truck Lines, Inc ..................... A 160,931 112 4, ,758 309,038 911,251 911,778 39.321 907,991 3,787 D273 398531 180 .180
Red Arrow Freight Lines, Inc....................... A 345,717 87 4,12, 785,914 79,922 696,30 91,319 23193191 .169
Red Ball Motor Freight Lines ...................... A 116,22 92 5 7 5532 64,8 6211 6,849 51,592 104, 1 219,370 211 .17
Southern Pacific Transport co. ..................... A 117,277 27 1 116 47,029 982 6593 92 ,
,,5 1 273,9142 1,1142 630, 81 32, 08 j/ 5 2,86 714,600 277 334
Southwestern Transportation Co. .................... A 1,944,959 101 2728 506,784 82087 25,61 7473,
Sproles Motor Freight Line, Inc. ................... A 901 76 2,38 .979 537552 16 25,123 18,o 72 209,9355
134 96755 413 J70 325 .216
Sunset Motor Lines ................................ A 69 63 2,725,000 052 205023 as ,622 54, 01 38,308 186 186,358 *190 16s
T. S. C, Motor Freight Lines, In. ................. A 165,8 75 3347,040 933 47446 d11,s40 32,R36 23,043 297 368,898 .252 .243
Texas & Pacifi Motor Transport Co. ................ A 205,088 8 121,590 1, o2, 5 1,080226 554,a3 1,071,537 7 71 5
Fellow Cab Transit Co. (Okla.) .................... A 1,055,229 180 ,545,518 2,210 1,567,07 1,569,720 87 0 1323872 245.49 163:772 405 647,oo0 .239 .20'2
OOKY MOUNTAIN REGION
Denver-.Los Angeles Trucking Go., Inao................... 125,516 7 2,7314,560 612,751 6 63603 1,931 62o,283 Dr 668 r 83 15,71 .224 .227
Garrett Freightinea, Inc. ............................A 631,525 90 3,307,1145 W951,0Q47 9614,120 5,747 920:49,4 43j62 1,198 u02 142.278
PACIFIC REGION
Alaban Freight Lines .............................. A 178,592 45 1,226,842 509,922 520,274 523,410 65,37 1478,427 144,93 32,061 112 193,023 .30o 27
Consolidated Preightweys, Inac..........................A 2,07071 39 1,5,14 4512 4,084,9 14,120,7I96 14,5 39878 12,11 1001 1311 1,92
Conys Freight Lines............................... A 6542 62 2,082,7J10 621 622,19 623,297 2,921 594,806 28,1191 18,217 144 3,2
Inland Motor Freight A.....114,5........1,795,89033 Zo015 901,798 37L 6s 410.,o 3 1,2 34:6
Oregon-Hevada-California Fast Freight, Ic..... A 279,11411b 17,686 9,150 700,280 5,632 6912 3,146 9.3j IS2224 3
Pacific Freight Lines ........................... A 1, 301 4,08239 47,doi 1,59,213 1 7- 0,140 1 9673 165 2 .21S
4rn~r 07509 0514 5o 109,3l7 73 26 25,9392
Pacific Highway Tran1,or 1,............ 133, 797 6382 6 1r. 93Zq :5S3 52.57
Western Trunk Lins, td ...............................S 1001 7 187.8 1,2 14821Z 37,300 537f794 11,003 52 .75 :6


/ A' Regular route--Scheduled service. W Includes payments to other carriers as follows: Carriers by water, $239,07; to other motor canriers and
B"5 Regular route--Nonecheduled service. railroads, *19,168.
C'0 Irregular route--Radial service. 6 Not reported,
D, Irregular route--Nonradial service. Not segregated between owned and leased equipment.
ZE' Loal cartage services. W Represents payments to railroads.
/ This Item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased tranepor- Includes 654,971, payments to railroads.
tation' service. Tnslaes 95,339, payments to railroads.
/ Averages for districts and regions are based on the returns of carriers which show complete data. BLank Report for ten months ended October 31, 1940.
spaces against items for individual carriers mean that no comparable figures are available.
Basin figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity service and in local service; these
expenses are not separable. Comparisons of revenue and expense per Intercity vehicle-mile are therefore
subject to qualification, particularly where the local revenue is a large part of the total revenue.




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TABLE 1.--ABSTRAOT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL 0LSS I MOTOR GARRIERS OF PROPERTY RAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $500 B.-COMoN CARRIERS OF COMMODITIES, OTHER THAN GENERAL FREIGHT, ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVIO o0 0
YEAR ENDED DECUMER 31, 1940

Interoity venate-aies Freis revenue Aual
Total Number (inlUding nnrevenue) from intercity service expenses Employees 2/ p er tor t
Principal assets (not of owned Total Expens to (including Net ue income,
Namtype of including etaues pryihesol n e e q ae o n op g re crotin t
servi of intangibr antuk Owned Leased Common contract operating trnprs to cn oeatrir stInm vrg oa eeu
sevceL Itnger tadtrs equipment equipment carrier carrier revenues tio ad oetig itom erTgtal
prpety tacor ton operating Income taxes number comnsti~eon (cmo epne
taxes and and
rets.) contract
Total, all districts ........................ .10,019,993 2,392 119,229,347 49,742,136 30.421,491 $136,067 $32,343,345 $4,018,689 130,711,074 $1,632,271 1,095,101 6,222 $10,067,468 to.156 0.153
New England region .............- 0IlSl 667 iI.234 9519 1401-
Mliddle Atlantic region ............................1,720460 1634 22,75855 7:1:l71 5 80 136,6 ,,04 95:91 5,144OI 255,025 242,157 962 1:58, 6
Central region ...................................47110 1,273 655 4,15 39,741,95 912.20 20,055,230 2,7I,2 19,114:965 970,365 591,179 3,717 5 :91I
Total, Eastern district ................. 6,481,560 1,737 91.559,961 47,4983,678 24,267,321 136,067 25,517.271 3,750.751 24,261,979 1,255,393 933,336 4,679 7,549,839 .153 *L53
southern region ............................ ___. 176,855 50 3,538,972 525,959 552,393 45,903 93,490 67,359 120 369,713 *149 *130
Northwestern region ...... ............ -
Kid-.Western region .... -:: ............
athwstern region ....................... 1,315,1 351 11,059,559 2,133,4!0 2,799,210 3,379.342 206,487 3,302,505 76,37 113,210 90 1.179,536 .o .116
Rocky Mountain region ..::::::::::::::::::: 125,00o 2,a39,4o1 62,,51 2 ,67,7s8 2o6,55- 3 s o .205
Pacific region ...................................2,("144 2534 12,0140,825 12,0 ,3,41 25433 115 ,5, 0,5 81,196 53~ 1165, .22i
Total, western district ................. 3,361,268 605 23,10,414 2,258,455 5,628,611 6,273,681 267,938 5,990,293 253,388 194,406 1,423 2,347,916 .177 .163
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Eastern Automobile Forwarding Co., Inc. ...... D 154,505 10 282,440 3, ,49p 1,0 .205 1,o53205 356, 1,47,297 s,905 4,6o 26o 607 .272 .270
Empire Milk Trucking 0orpn. ................... O 13,6 52 3,912,650 ,s 66 7 4 65 2 i 1, .599 r.0 1
N. 0. convoy, Ina ......................... D 200 1Z 5,8,132 0 666,1 35, 226, .
McBride, L. F.n.......................... 13: 30 72 3:1 0 000 3 49136,6 7 3 0 6 020 5,950 1 3 82 0 .13 .1




Boutell,~ ~ F.3 J., D2vaa oIo ..... O 41 ,02 ,4 2, 1 7 14757952 665 973 50: 7 21 3192 -12
MeCallough Transfer o...................... D o 1 1 764,973 76915 o", 52 5s 90,55 *137 11
mu-eoar barriers, Ino. ..................... 151,201 13 2, 1 002 A 1, 1,97 3,729 2360 1
petrol. Transport Co. ..........................0 1 0 16 1 32, 519,05 .11
Pontaoc uto Transport Co. .................... 0 33 77 3,1,2 3 300 520,0 52, 502,969 129, 27,19,9 .12117
CENTRAL REGION
Ar& Mayflower Transit Co .......................D 609,200 197 9639,193 225 2,714,25 3,041,678 72,092 2,95,772 r 2,906- 50,799 or.121, ,71
Aetna Freight Lines, Inc ........................C 77,796 12 397,211 3,534000 511,04 525,5 33 5902 503,5 2,2 219:1'27
Auto Forwardng 0o. ........................... 0 147,309 10 1o 2 126 fE 4 1, by 1,65 926 75157 19094 126 575,
Automobile Shippers, Inc. ................... D 17 5 .5 1,077,310 157,3,9 107,532 1415,9 9 679 21
Baker Driveawsy Co., Inc...................... D 132,0 62 6,2 11,15 62,79 4 45 30o. 6 16 ,I N
oTno i C o 7... D 207 2 24 5 0 395 1,659,91 2 o, 47 .2
Soutel, F. ., Driveaway Co., I.. ............. 0 1483,0 7 5 1 1F 1 Z 49 10,1
11 0 14 6 82'117: 3561 9
. J. Commercial Driveauwl, Inc ............ D 212,592 2epe s ae ns400o t2 15 50,0e5 75e,20. 9as4of 3eveu ad
Central Truckaway System, Inc.e...... D 10,3 90 3,927,724 .258 561,215 55307 8,136 5,187 19 2019 .4
Commercial Carriers, In i s.................... xd 311 2,149:3 1 0,658 2 r
Dealer's Transport o. (I1.)e............... 14 5 ___ V/7014 7,980 065,772 22,205 10iew 2revne
E. AL. Transport d e a.......................rego 5,s696 ar e 3d1 73 74 30,321 1eturn 55,of e5a r 3 s c l 3a0 Ba .ot po
Kessa Aoes aInst tesor. .. n divdua 1ar01ie9 3,3ha no co mr,16a 533f95u4 ae av a lable
Motorcar Transport Co ........................... A85 Is~ 12 52 ~I961 69,32 29,06 75 2 768: 68,7
8. & C. Transport Go ............................. 1192 3, ,g 9 40,y: 1a M 2140525 1r. 1.6~7 0 Dr. a2.1
Sober, Howard, Inc ............................... 35619 40 P/2,S56,62 M,33343 8l1 61 72 32
BOMBRERM REGION
Dealers Transport Co. (Tenn.) .................D 176,855 50 3,535,972 525,959 552,393 455,903 93,4390 67,359 120 169,713 .1139 -130
SOUTHWESTERN REG~ION
Heard & Heard, Inc ........................... Ca 290, 62~ 9 516,a3 3-1,216 561,151 Dr. 44. 629. Dr. 1162 165 2o6,1459 a
=uhe Joe D., Inc ...............................2 5 2,103,53 57315 1,5 1:9 ~ ,S
Ucio ciyT se......................... 3#:550 1,2,3 17, 1.,6 101,2 1:. lSgUnited Transports, Inc............. .... 29,6 177347 1,253,40 1,292:16 7 148906 117;36 21 40,73313
Walker, B. F., Inc ......................D 235,459 1 493,959 509:2 3?:744 ~~ 1 19,161 552 4 -?~ .10 1
PACIFIC RESGN
Arrow Transportation Co. of Delawar 69 25... 2,D,24- 54,03 -4,9 5.15,791 24,09983 26o2323
Asbury Transportation Co ......... 63 so0 3418o6 IA,14453 1, 9034 944 ?9 104,298g 183 3885
C01ntl161 & Tansola, Inc ....................... 3:i 63 3,713,715 125,000 631 7 637,74 19,75 729:97 36,802 5,799 1 132 1 39 91A 1 19 1

@ AU Regular route-Scheduled service. Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity service end in local .servisa these
as: Regular route--Noneaoduled service. expenses arc not separable. Cosparisons gof revenue and expense Per liercity vehiale-mile ar t414 or
'00 Irregular route-Radial service, subject to qualification, particularly where the loal rewenue is a large part of the total rvenue.
'2' Irregua route-Boradial service. 5/Excludes 4,65d,5102 driveaway miles.
'E Lalarago seovic. /Conaducts driveawsy operations.
LThsIa o@ntInclude drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform vPurchased Z.. ude drvas miles.
transportat&on' service. Include 212 driwae rvne
jAverages fortdistricts and regions are based on the returns of carriers which show complete data. Blank Nf ot reored
spaces against Items for individual carriers mean that no comparable figures are available.











TABLE 18.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY RAVING OPERATING arME OVER 1500,0O0
C.--CONTRACT CARRIERS ENGAGED PBEPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Interetty vehicle-mile Freight revenue Tot Ir
Total Number (including nonrevenue) from inte-oity service expenses zplyeesr
Principal assete(not of owned Total > for (including Nt Net Income,
Name of carrier type of including trucks Owned Leased Common Contract operating tpurchaaed depreo a- oartier after reig
service I intangible and truck equipment equipment carrier earrer revenues ransporta- tion and operating Income Average Total revnu
property) tractorse tion operating Income taxes number compensation common or
taxee and
nts) contract)
Total, all dietriots .............***.**.*** $5,974,o84 1,604 65,939.895 13,550,387 $558,566 $13,90,410 $15,773,902 $1,697,815 $14,104,675 $1,661,064 $1,095,406 2,997 $5,814,802 10.180
New England region ....................... 63oo44 299 1, ,660 5,641 628745 3,043 612,307 16,4 a 6 251
Middle Atlantic region ...........3 9 78g 2:,51: ill ,0 1,114: ,61 1 Z02:485 1, 18 2, z
Cetalrgin................ 174 51 29,2, 9 19,703,761 114,1414 7,232,369 7:1 7 115,245 20 1,215,017 90,7 ,2 22908.5
Total, Eastern district ..........*.**** 3,061,756 895 33,397,672 12,961,467 114,41.4 8,930,071 9,353,027 1,589,189 8,069,124 1,283,903 867,937 1,545 3,034,999 .1 .
Southern region .......................... 977,962 302 21,895,225 1,000 2,844,077 3,001,646 418 2,712,115 281,368 183,917 612 1,20o,9s .127
Northwestern region ..................
Rid-Western region ........................ --
Southwestern region .......................-
Rooky Mountain region .................... .
Pacific region........................... *1,934,366 407 10,646,998 57,920 444,152 2,2o6,262 3,419,229 108,209 3,323,436 95,793 1 43.552 70 157,94 .23
Total, Western district ................ 1,934,366 407 10,646,998 587,920 444,152 2,206,262 3,419,229 108,208 3,323,436 95,793 43,552 74o 1.578,975 36
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Hall, C. E., & Sons, Ino. .................. D 630,044 299 1,118,660 553,641 628,745 3,043 612,307 16,438 15,654 239 385,1$1
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Paikeiahe Transportationie, In............A 22 .479,7114 3,734 4 6671 667,890 .' 614,4~3 31,517j1 r39:; :0
Psifinbch Transportatione, Inn .............. ,79 71 12 014 35 147,17 121,9 s~1

CENTRAL REGION
Anchor otor Freight, Inc of Delaware 3. D92 107 9 15,953 ,669 16 ,oS los155 1 5,105 1,;P:,351
Anchor motor Freight, Re .Cork Corp............ D 2, 09 53 194 3 1000 1 21 ,8N94 2111
Complete Auto Transit, Ion. .................. D 71 1 1 779 36 3 ,2107,9- 1 ,95 10, 102 6
Lee Brothers, Inao.............................D 14,5 2 122 6a8,81 65183 66263 14:1 ~ st ~ 6
Merohants Parcel Delivery Co., Inao............D 108374 30 60018 3 ~,~,16 715,177 755,702 1423,421 p29055 13
Midot Transfer Co ....................... .D 6 1 9, 7 5 08 ,6520 512,150 29 3 1 290 12
Petroleum Transit Corpn. ...................... 2572 2, 9,56 L' 111,o114 1 2,312 5 36,26 1,,218 014o 2 3, 127
Sprout A Davis, Ino .........................S 2156 39 4,375,694 60,725 80725 69 ,669 1 108: 55' il34.5 .17
SOUTHERN REGION
Boonef, A. G., Co ............................... 2614,094 66 2,314365 1,000 4 191,624 525,824 2147 460,172 6,4 7 0 ?,6 21.9
Xentuoky Transport Corpso....................... 125,391 83 3,21143.36 51 471,1437 589,297 171 5052W5 ;08 A3 9Rotor Freight Corps ........................... 704,2 74 5 ,65 0 83797 09,306 76,8 020 9b.35 112
Petroleum Carrier Corpn ....................... 2893,65 79 10,710,166 1,0077,219 1,077,219 1,0118,805 50.251 32,0b 227 30 11.9
PACIFIC REGION.
Lang Transportation Corpn .....................D 936,617 108 5,083,780 16,614 3114,394 59,55 1 325,537 9514 1 22 61~ 102,375 7322 4-61f4.
Wi'llig, E. J., Trunk raeportatlon Co. C 3,6 3 2, 1, 51 118 ooo0 573:225 ,57,9 13 _____PaifoMoo Tuki o..............A73,8863 '~ ?6,~7 8, 2,5 002 1514,9 a:~ 12? 4 D '7R~ 70 11993,9

I A9 Regular route-Soheduled service. & Averages for districts and region are baed on the returns of carriers which show complete data.
9B0 Regular route-Nonscheduled service. BlanX spaces against items for individnl carriers mean that no compaable figures a available.
aC' irregular route-Radial servee/ Basic figures include expenses of operating vehicles in intercity service and in localservice
'D' Irregular route-onradial service. these expenses are not separable. Comparisons of revenue and expense per intercity vq9019-5 le
61' Local cartage service. are theref ore subject to qualification, particularly Wherf the lcal revenue Is a ag ato
g/ This item doe not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform *Purchased the total rev enue
transportation service. 5/ Not reported.









TABLE 18.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY RAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $500,000 D.-CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL CARTAGE SERVICE
(PICK-UP AND DELIVERY AND OTHER LOCAL SERVICE)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Interoty veiole-miles TotalTotal Number (including nonrevenue) Freight "evn Expense expenses Employees y
assets (not of ovbed Total for includingg Net Net income,
Name of carrier including trucks Owned Leased Lo Inteit operating uroasarrier after
intangible and truok Ond Lae Lol Itrcy opre tng trased tion and operating in00ome Average Total
property ) tractors equipment equipment service service tativnta xs an ndo e maxin oeaee* compe Lon
rents)
Total, all districts ........................ $13,887,091 2,909 5,230,261 30,315 612,176,386 $2,210.973 $16,642,204 $66,354 $15,591,546 1,050,658 $1,072,909 5,289 09,702,513
Now England region ........................-
Middle Atlantic region .......... ...........5,768,465 1,3)41 1,461,72 -48 6,161.76 688,581 7 227,3 12,543 ~,12. 31,04 614 6 2
Central region ...............................2,0648,363 7142 1,593:14 1,2 2,941,:36 570,369 5,236,4 16,5Z4 9,9'330 34,4 57:~ 18:4 :rk
Total, Eastern district ................. 7,816,828 2,083 3,054,871 74,828 9,103,072 1,258,950 12,464,082 28,697 11,681,620 782,462 601,918 3,903 7,431,1141
Southern region ............................-
Northwestern region .......................
Mid-Western region ........................ 407,919 346 438,116 305,487 726,86i 147,600 874,468 38,763 746,555 127,913 95,995 204 341,958
Southwestern region ............................ ...
Rooky Mountain region ..................... 530,a6 91 204,6,14 2,0o33 173,688 566,764 569,030 Dr. 2.274 15,o4o 202
Parifio region ............................ 5,131,538 389 1,532,M 2,oss,413 630,735 2,736,890 914 2.59 333 142. 359,956 98o ,0:7
Total, Western district ................. 6,oo,263 826 2,175,390 305,487 3,073.314 952,023 14,178,122 39,657 3,909,926 268,196 470,991 1, 86 2,271,372
MIDDLX ATLANTIC REGION
Nok Transportation Co. ...................... 191, 69 313,718 145969 116,000 611,066 585,329 5,737 20748 170 4177 6
Motor Naulage Co., 10*...................... 680, 1 227 -1 O 171290 1 2202 64b5 41 58
Scott Sre., In. ............................ 4 2 611,167 1,1 0 222,7 1, 2 ga l0, 8
United States Truoking Corp ..................37 3 25 2/251056 213,090 1967g 1254 ,3,42 o15 4 5
Universal Cartage Co ............................290,249 17 5w84 53.15 3,91 668,01 I40,0 2g:00 25, 45 19r9243

CENTRAL REGION
Landon, F. Cartage o ...................... 19,761 126 & 65,700 359,54 335,000 694 3 to 14,7895 62,01 52 3,128 24o 4147
Lasham Cariage Co. ........................... 222,214 66 805 5 o 11 7 75Z 19 16,900 246 7
Motor Express, Ina. (Ill.) .....* ......... o51 26 18 1 2 1 15o 1061
7..o 461% 1,93 1,36 61;2 59152 z 0
V tauenry, & Sons, Inc. ................. 21567 7 1,593,1 9328 9353691.369 61 26 59 65 55 o0,
WI Co.. ................********* 857,795 293 & V& 1,7 .014 1,491,400 232674 175,965 569 891,485
MID-WESTERN REGION
Columbia Motor Service Co. I ............... 407,919 346 438,116 305,487 726,868 147,600 874,468 38,763 746,555 127,913 95,995 204 341,958
ROOK! MOUNTAIN REGION
Weoker Transfer & storage Co. .............. 530,so6 91 204,634 258,033 173,688 566,764 569,o3 Dr. 2,274 15,040 202 328,635
PACIFIC REGION
Sekins Van & Storage Co .........................1 294776 714 2' 6o617416 74 Q ,15l p2913 293179
Clark1 J. A.-aigC.Ld........ 0 4.5:161 1;21 :95,1 2I71R 32~ 94,M9
1 t391:?26 1,292:640 -9 52,12 11,,S51 28: 30
Vn Express Co ........................... 23 26 2- 553,075 553,201 522,797 30, 271 329,551

If This item does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform m/ Not reported.
"Purohased transportation' service. Report for eleven months ended December 31, 1940. Bucoessor to Columbia Terminals Co.







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TABLE 19--SUMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA o CLASS I MOTOR BARRIERS OF PASSENGER CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Western district
ItmAll Total Southern TtlP
disrits Eastern England Atlantis Central rgo
41sAota ra Eglad AansaCenralNorthwestern Mid-Western SouthwesternPaii
district region r reio0:1 district region region region Mountain region
Number of carriers represented ...................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 16 3 o
Total current assets ................................ $22,963,975 $10,041,607 $3,428,550 $3.108,743 13,504,314 64,926,299 67.996,069 $1,213,618 01,660,910 $2,609,071 6209,859 $2.302,612
Carrier operating property ......................3,238,62 JR 504 0574 15,437,23 17,022,117 1900,7 ,6 6 405Z,939 4,934. 11-7291
Loe: Reserve for depreciation and em;rtcaio 2,629,19 195:2 1:741 7:231,m4 70992,571 49 87 16,9:4 01 2 4994 2,977,1,2291 231 17p,93
Net~~~2 2,reroertngpo0ry..............1~ 5,496,848 1.5 o5,0
Not carrier property ty .................. 50,69,432 19,939,335 1,904,200 8,2o5,589 9,129,546 10,881,453 20,488,644 2,042,844 2,128,829 5,776,069 460,178 o,04QT24
Total Intangible property (less reserve). ...******** 38,603,294 12,001,139 1,065,775 5,996,961 4,938,1403 9,712,495 16,889,660 2,817,337 762,175 4.739,905 106,104 9,464,139
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies:
otoers.......s..................... ....... .... :::: 2 30639 2,351,3 2 07 2,70 1,5,18 72865,378 3,43,20 99,27818 4,900 64,121
Otorcrers ................................. 5,04,39 2,339,36 2:6107 32,705 41,0239 655,306 1,5,5099,208 al 2,938,17139,5
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 399,803 116,2 7 16,000 67,563 2,64
Others ........................................ 1,970.932 902,3 2 819,219 16,44 6,296 4620) 63,565 1 48,582 16 70 270 38Z,928
Total investment securities and advances ...... 36,181,363 29,809,815 27,647,913 667,985 1,493,917 1,871,690 4,499,858 100,593 135,585 3,364,706 20,270 879,704
Total assets *...................................... 152,197,663 79,666,041 34,296,378 18,546,495 19,823,168 28,184,514 51.347,098 6,462,135 4,802,889 16,928,629 818,795 8.334,650
Total current liabilities ........................... 20, 968 7,799,873 1,815 .022 92 3,042,088 4,667,203 656,61586,0 251038,
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital.*.***.** 6,502, 76 3 .255.067 21,926758 9 2, 90, 5'
6_____ 50.?6 1.55o6 2420 ,6159 8,874,518 21372, 591 3,' 32,629 2,934,797 4,902,61784 62
Unearned surplus .................................. 4,546,625 2,000,842 68 82 3,76 1,10,249 31,433 2,27,350 506,297 1,098224 622,79
Earned surplus ..................................... 30,31.0,019 14,292,459 9,056,871 l,7193 3,430,89 9,576,338 6, 15,222 1,023,278 764,615 581,966 Li:. 8O.6 8 412,~
Total unappropriated surplus ...................... 34,856,644 16,283,301 9.125,681 2,618,479 4,539,141 9,894,771 8,678,572 1,529,575 764,615 1,68o,220 Dr. S0.698 4,784,860
Revenue, equipment owned:
Number of passenger units ......................... 6,678 2,678 188 1,185 1,305 1,40. 2,599 224 1,040 977
Cost.............................$74,94,8 $29,501,425 6229,7 12,52,9 147 304 805 8 629641,30 63271714477,79
b .9o Zre$ituits ... ........... :..2,249,79 2o799 730,747 1 ,,5 2,644,32 3,2 3,71.7,3,561 $638,863 $12,77,
2umb 2 2
cost.........................7,715 $5,299 15,29E 62,421 2,421
Numberof bus-trukunits......::::::::::::::::::::::: **...2 2 $222
cost .............................................. $17,957 617,957 -17,957
Operating revenues
Freight revenue.................................................. 4 4-
Pasenger revenue....................107,068,617 40855,35 3,119,819 1,7,7 21,262,6 :678,7 9,4495 4,694,966 5,091,076 14332,615 798,708 1J4,57.
Special bus revenue ................................ 3,841,299 2,9,17 3686 1,58668 6,21 142,369 790,1 11,5.0,9 4,2 9963 278,574
Total operating revenues ........................ 114,741,882 44,629,286 3,523,375 18,446,526 22,659,385 27.963,973 42,148,623 4,921,734 5,425,694 15,269,792 934,966 15,596,437
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Toaupoertation and a ane .................. 17, 13 25712 6,57,207 5U,37 2,0,8 3,382,3 3,978,209 6,400,296 ,2 3811,478 2, 6 15, ,78
2r,97r,031 12.": .i. . :::::: o,65,382, 5 ,78316 5 ,976,69 01,261954 1183,89 442 0 1015 2 0 5,60
station ................................. g 10 5 9,3 362 97 5 1,95:5 19 3, 51 2,390,75 ..20.20 ,,660 ,851,19. 130 1 1 2 5





"22"t:: """=": 25,De 1 is 5,39, 601,4181
Traffic, solicitation, and advertising ............ Z6,29 5,64 150,0 6777 1 1 919702,361,o1 6 7, 1N2 612 7






OTE 7IM7Q2E90ME7:6
Insurance and safety ..........................D.... 1 5,
Administrative and general p .opert, 3P ,424 1,85,651 11 233,742 12 1,200 1,113 8 585
Total operation and maintenance expenses ..........72,906,725 30,253,378 2,458,127 12,972,988 14,822,263 16,254,071 26,399,276 2,924,121 3,543,988 9,791,199 64 5,210 9.1494.759
Deprecalion expense ................................ 10,385425 9,4 332,761 1 345,:6 2,291.76,911, 6 27,575 901
Aortization chargeable to operations .................. o48 9o7op ,S a11,605 504 naas 101,90n. 3,620
Operating teres and license ........................ 11,60649 6 63 727 9 5 7424:13 4, 175 On9, 1,560,95 112, 1605
Operating Pont@-H.et ................................35714 : :06 2 ,2 790,319 86D8,139 7,62 858,6 1 2,876 569, 6.9 5 7.7551,
312:F 9,0 ,309 1,825,242 2 1231,4 349,98 171__33
Total expenses................................... 98,474,785 39,914,358 3,362,752 16,975,093 19,576,513 22,740,137 35,820,290 4,067,660 4,851,198 13,187,119 854,146 12,860,167
Net operating revenue ............................. 16,267,097 4,714,928 160,623 1,471,433 3,082,872 5,223,836 6,328,333 854,074 574,496 2,082,673 80,A20 2,736,270
Rent for lease of carrier property--Dobit........ 4,4 19810 516 1,3 433507-8 ,3
Income from lease of carrier property-Credit 7446 3,70-,467 2.263 7,9 62,81 52,63 10,41Met carrier operating Income .......................16,292,403 4,698,788 160,623 1,467,664 3,070,501 5,207,438 6,386,177 854,074 627,037 2,,067,976 80,820 2,736.270
OTHER INCOME
Not income froa noncazrier operations ............ k .-1.95 Dr.1.35 p iNot incoae from nomoperating property ............. 297 Dr 103i3 ~ 1-35 7,424 1419 Dr. .66 1,2008,4
Interest Inone-a.3 From associated. comanies:
Motor carriers................................... 9,g973 0,2 44NQ
Others...................................... ~ 51022 r0:9 51; 119 2:121 4,170 381l 381 3 ,1408
Fromt other than associated companies:
Motor carriers.................................... 3,2 228 125 103 2,547 1,141 4
others........................................... 3,1341 7,792 1,732 1,245 4,815 4,148 265j4 ~ 158 1,391 15,1443. ,0
Total Interest incme........................... 117,049 1 77, 651 61,3151 7,279 1 9,057 7,889 31,509 539 1,772 1 16,5m8 12,6io








TABLE 19.--8UMLAY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF OLASs I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSEUGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE--Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item All Eastern district Western disri-t
iAll nTotal New Miaddle toSouth Tota
districts Eastern England Atlantic central egion W rn Northwestern Mid-Western So
district reason ralion region western region region zgino
rlto egion regin rgonrgo

OTHER INCOME Continued
Dividend income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers I/ ................................ $4,o62,59 $4,o1 6 $4,016,796 ,34368 611,425 ."10
Others .......................................... 265,3; 15,A 103,T12 06,891
From other than associated companies: 12,750 48,0005
Motor carriers / ...................... ....... 21,246 1,875 17 19,1Others .......................................... 162,034 156,510 156,492 $0
__34 16,1 _16,91_1 ---- 7 1 5: 5 .503.
Total dividend income ......................... 4,511,223 4,327,785 4,277,000 10 50,775 34,442 148,996 48,000 19,.86
Income from sinking and other funds ................. 6,254 773 155 75 563 464
Other nonoperating income ........................... 209,292 98,050 203 71, 2 26,205 14,8 9934 54 $15,83 55,28
Total other income ................................ 4,846,348 4,502,567 4,38,130 79,089 85,348 53,454 290,327 54,452 17,606
Gross income ...................................... 21,138,751 9,201,355 4,498,753 1,546,753 3,155,849 5,260,892 6,676,504 90s,526 3 27.1
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations .................... 700,447 440,040 26,360 278,276 135,404 118,356 142,01 10,873
Other interest deductions ........................... 158,:465 35,765 7,51"1 14,455 13,799 19,7 39 102,961 2,86i
Taxes assumed on interest ...........................
Amortisation of debt discount and expense ........... 89,921 86,464 149 84,021 2,29i 1902 1
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ............. 1,555 2
Other deductions ..................................... 803,414 285,945 13,594 o104,035 168,316 16,8 400, 72,3 32,355 6149 99 0
Total income deductions ........................... 1,752,247 848,214 47,614 490,787 319,813 256,885 647,148 84,751 36,011
Net income before income taxes .................... 19,386,504 8353,141 4,451,139 1,065,966 2,836,036 5,004,007 6,029,356 '823,775 608,632 2, 2 ,64 6,639 25
Provision for income taxes ......................... 4.527,960 1,391,391 272,064 332,108 787,219 1,483,332 1,653,237 238,473 166,61 4 a
Net income ........................................ 14,858,544 6,961,750 4,179,o075 733,858 2,048,817 3,520,675 4,376,119 585,302 441,951 1.473.27 71
Dividend appropriations and withdrawals:
Dividends ......... .................................. 11.... .2O 5,685,976 3,537,60o 573,160 1,575,208 2,476,093 3,211,136 482,os 287,840 1,1 36.a55 1,2 7
Withdrawals .........................................................- 4,5153167 316Total dividends and withdrawals ................ 1.. .1,409,396 5,685,976 3,537,600 573,168 1,575,20 2,48o,608 3,242,812 482,052 287,840 1,151,791 36,855 1,2
Employees: / -Average number .................................... 20,312 ,0272 3,594 7J 6 4588 7699 79 1 1
6l,2,~ ,3 87,080164 1,448,885, 61,480,899 6 ,2
Total compensation ................................ 4,854, 70 6$14,32542 $1302 $6,318,598 66,57 4 $7, $131, 1, 4 ,
SUPPLEMENT TO TABLE 19 ..
Number of carrier represented ...................... 134 70 7 37 26 24 40 1 6 20 3
Number of owned busses operated: Regular route interoity service ................... 6,020 2,215 14 967 1,100 1,338 2,467 219 280 1,31
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ......... 149 129 21 91 17 8 12 2 01
Local service ..................................... 183 180 58 122 3 3 3
Bue-miles of owned vehicles:
Regular route intercity service ................... 440,025,909 146,610,894 10,211,556 52,844,101 83,555,237 114,302,611 179,1,9112 4 19,464,198 19,850,786 77,2
Special, charter, and seightseeing service ......... 9,363,625 5,478,731 513,%44 3,100,585 1,86,, 12 1,3138,837 2,546057 373,734 27 9,76 79,907 2
Local service..................................... 6,5741 3 3 806775 5,57361 98975 9 5
Loalse'voeb,57, '1 80 6 206612 19579 .-7 198P975
Bus-miles of leased vehicles:
Regular route Interoity service ................... 24,807,795 16,420,162 2,661,898 10,338,311 3.41953 3,300,401 5,087,232 45,546 2,282,721 1,622,670 31,13 i
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ......... 733,766 669,178 169,35 351,328 14,495 11,163 53,425 87 48,964
Local service ..................................... 275,392 275,392 261,90 13,48
Number of revenue passengers carried:
Regular route Intercity service ................... 124,994,477 51, 56 21, 664 39,400,9 3,819,0 3,268 1 3.4s66 15,6
Local service 21..4................................... 12,,0,44 14,612 122,83s 1,7o9 93 471,0 o 5 724 52472
Passenger revenue:
Seclcaroter ndrci t seie servic................5 414,763 $2,258,4 63,065,657 616,016,556 620,176,192 $26,717,409 $39,430,949 $4,684,966 $5,057 92g $14,34:1 $48 1-,6,6
Spcal hatrad ihseig evie...... ?43461 ,29 336,807 1,216,912 674,627 473,238 793,699 119,353 1030 2 6,271295
Local service ........................................1324,431 1,291,281 54,161 151,048 1,086,072 33,1-50 33,150
Fuel used by owned intercity revenue equipment:
Gasoline (gallons) ...............................85123,814 31,172,575 2.34 .759 12,761,410 16,061,4o6 20,501,700 33,449,539 3,773,286 4,29J,721734o17 94,5 1o :4
Other fuel (gallons) ..................................2875,616 917,622 '44199 273,387 600,036 792,789 1,165,205 145,874 ,13037,8 -6 i
Lubricating oil used by owned intercity revenue equipment (quarts) ..................................... 4,07,968 1,474,907 93,560 626,127 755,220 1,079,546 1,533,515 16,659 125,47 855,05 6

Ntinco iolies dividend rosabl from other motor carrier, but dividends payable ae ha ged direct to surplus. Net income for the industry a a whole is thus overstated to the exten of such div d.
hls item does met include drivers of equipet engaged by these carriers to Perform OPurchased trasportation' service.









TABLE 20..-SUMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DEMMER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Western district
All --Total- Now Mi southernddle
districts Eastern Enlan Atlant Central region Western estern stern Southwestern Mountain P
_district region region region district region region region re n_ reg
Number of carriers represented .................... ........ 51 42 2 22 6 6 3
Total current assets............................... 0,746,712 64,443,663 $349,502 $2,579,225 $1,514.936 0203.6W 85,064 0
Carrier operating property ......................... 29,207,203 25,607,960 3,121,962 19,464,259 2,961,739 2,545,379 1.054,4 -.54,464
Less: Reserve for depreciation and amortization 16,721,177 15,11Z,521 1,667,933 12,279,210 1,167,372 1,203,228 402,82 -4 .,1 29
Net carrier operating property ...................12,4296,626 10,493,439 1,514,029 7,125,049 1,794,361 1,341,551 651, 636
Total intangible property (less reserve) ..............5,647,295 5,300,641 4o,156 4,744,258 515,627 330,341 16,313 1631
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies:
Motor carriers ...................................442 497O o~6 2 1 1,7
Others ......................................... 1,002,l 81 992:145 1 4,ooo 00Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ............................8,700 6,00 6,000 2, 0
Others ......................................... 560,519 548,3404 23619 290,050 234,675 11,195 660 6 8
Total investment securities and advances ... 2,020,115 2,001,240 137,623 1,312,509 551,042 14,195 4,0so. 4,680
Total assets ....................................... 32,372,670 29,549,257 2,506,197 16,263,381 10,779,679 1,997,004 926,4091 I
Total current liabilities .......................... ,122,11 2,361,494 22,91g4 1,813,562 275,018 40,097 411,720 -1172
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 1,157:537 14, 57,263 2,263,609 8,832,09 3,1492',155 462,12 101,551 10151
Total capital stock and nonoorporate capital 1,733 341 15,059,6b 7,777,131 2.740,540 5.3 .991 626,279 127,800 -7.900
Unearned surplus ...................................2,605,1IJ 2,402,65~ 211,652 2,070,2227 126,706 121,000 45.200 --Earned surplus ................................. D. 7.12.O7 Dr. 7.511.28 D.,23 2 D 1,417,7751 26 4
Total unappropriated surplus ....................Dr. 4.576 96 5 Dr. 5.102.632 Dr.2.O 1644 1,384,531 1,54,41 407,594 112,173 11,173
Revenue equipment owned:
Number of passenger units ........................ .. 3,050 2,619 319 2,036 264 314 117
Cost .......................................... 23,407,137 $20,40,62 62,011,232 $16,627,702 $1,201,14 82,153,257 $213,192
Number of freight unite......... ............ ......
co ............................................. ..... .

Operating revenues:
Freight revenue ..................................-
Passenger revenue ................................ 23,255,497 2,08J.,793 2,109,566 15,933,5o 2,040,726 2,184, 99;5 986,709
Special bus revenue............... 20 ,, 22,0............... 2,77,251 160,402 1,25,120 360,329 277,54 9 6,385 6 385
Total operating revenues ....................... 25,677,136 22,162,959 2,292,354 17.432,059 2,432,546 2,425,549 1,028,622 1,og,62A
Operation and maintenance expenses:
Equipment maintenance and garage.......... ...4,302,921 3,626,512 400,702 2,9241,732 364,7 453,077 169,392 169
Transportation .................................. 10,060,476 8,50,15 775,210 7,24,319 826,86 220,123 329,872 3 9 711
station .......................................... 354,337 283,502 22,246 179863 20,793 11,43 59,401 0
Traffic, solicitation, and advertising............ 229,297 201,222 2 ,962 149,125 22,735 11,23 1,242
Insurance and safety ........................... 221,1 997, 962,013 36,024 7.6,496 281,7b0 44,956 -3-5
Administrative and general ........................2,0%,Uo5 1,705,53 157,2 1,26,219 2,32 23,90 7
Total operation and maintenance expenses ....... 1,103,694 15,695,227 1,506,166 12,550,354 1,639,307 1,642,626 759,101 75,11
Dpeitoepes.................................... ,.9 2,121.,4 235.,2 .232 2 ., 23., 110,779 -- !
Dpelation expense... ,6:1
Amortisation chargeable to operation ............. 127 11,176 2 692,22 36,594 U.Q77
Operating taxes and licenses ........................2,525,92 2,102,3 21332 16 194 19 6 3 15 1418
Operating rents-Ne ............................... 30. 3 306,982 310,697 2,482 22,266 1,215 -21
Total expenses ................................... e3,442,lo0 20,244,266 1,949,802 16,2o4,s5o 2,090,214 2,221,872 975,363 7-5Net operating revenue. ............................ 2,235o35 1,912,093 342,552 1,233,209 342,332 263,677 53,265 53,265
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit .......... 357 95 357,395 106,195 251,200
Income from lease of carrier property--0rdit ...... 2 32 %,532 939 7,593 9oo "
Not carrier operating inocme...................... 1,87,072 1,569,230 237,296 989,602 342,332 264,577 53,265 ...- 53,265
OTHER INCOME
Net income from nonearrier operations ............. 37,631 37,631 1,726 604 35,301
Net income from nonoperating property ............. Dr. 4317 r '2 4 Dr. 1,389 2,944 Dr. 15,10 Dr. 10 D. 53
Interest income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers ................................. 3,237 3,937 3,752 85 --
Others.........................................
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ................................. 1609 1,6og 1,609 1,-- -Others ......................................... .691 11,,665 755 4,029 6,"1 7 ..
Total interest inoo ........................ 17,137 17,1l1 6,116 4,029 6,966 19 7 .......










TABLE 20.-SU0AiRY Of SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL OR SUBURBAN SERICE--Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194o


summaries by districts and rwgions
Eastern district Western district
Item All Southern
districts Total New M e Central region To kyoweten i. WsBtOTI3 i
Eastern England Atlantia- Wete
istrit region eion region district region region region Mountain i

OTHER INCOME Continued
Dividend income:
From associated companies:$6,0 S880$4.0
Motor carriers 1 .................................8,gO0 684,8O 63,8
Others ............
From other than associated companies:
Motor carriers I/ .............................. 7 7 6357 I I
Others ......................................... 7,6 7,69 $1,17- $35i -27
Total dividend income....................... 92,o449 92,449 1,172 357 90,920
Income from sinking and other funds ............... 2,831 2,831 2,191 440 200 ...
Other nonoperating income ......................... .2,227 2,191 27 2.052 112 1 $36 --
Total other Income .............................. 147,95 1347,959 9,84 10,426 127,689 45 D. rGross Income .................................... 2,035,030 1,717,189 247,i4o 1,000,028 470,021 264,622 53,219 -P i
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-term obligations ................. 811,348 759,5 1M2203 500,616 136,905 28,9489 23,295 23 .29
Other interest deductions ......................... 19, '41 15,1 1,682 13,119 8)O 3,655 195 195
Taxes assumed on interest ..............................3,3450 3,3450 3,3450 --
Amortization of debt discount and expense ........ 1,637 1,637 64 1 ,525 34a
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ...........
Other deductions .................................. 52,060 27,793 13,841 4,300 9,652 3,756 20,511 I
Total income deductions.......................... 887,986 80,085 137,630 523,010 147,4045 35,900 344,001
Not income before income taxes.................. .1,147,043, 909,104 109,510 3477,018 322,576 228,722 9,218
Provision for income taxes ........................ 335,836 253,.449 25,758 177,196 50,495 78,725 3,662 -3,66
Net income ..........................................811,208 655,655 83.752 299,822 272,081 1349,997 5,556 5,5
Dividend appropriations and withdrawals:
Dividends ....................................... 29209 290 996 3 6 5,000
Withdrawals ..........................................9:804 4,538 '4538 :28Total dividends and withdrawals ............... 301,898 285,434 32,3489 88N096 164,8s49 1,3464 5,000 5, "0
Employees: L/
Average number .................................. .6,036 5210 ?73 4,1 528 575 251 25
Total compensation .............................. $10,341,527 08,91,342 $966, W2 $6,969,0Z 346982,356 $934,98 $439,787 -37
SUPPLEMENT TO TABLE 20
Number of carriers represented .................... 51 42 a 28 6 6 3
Number of owned busses operated:
Regular route Intercity service ................. 161 ,8 1 lo 2-
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ....... 13 IN8 96 11- "
Local service ................................... 1,230 1,009 93 709 207 189 32 3
Bus-miles of owned vehicles:
Regular route intercity service ................. 55,1U2,007 It7,333,7 7,924,3,80 37,460,240 1,83,857 3,959,6 7 6
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ...... .. 12124 k 3,6 213 277,19 24,6,01 ,81,108 6,73,591 13472,179 2 26- 7
Local service ................................... 397:986 35 162,123 2,797,991 24:53,019 T $11,108 6:763,591 1,472,172
Bus-miles of leased vehicles:
Regular route intercity service ................. 2,25,750 2,25375217 2,253,752 998 ."
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ....... 29,N7 219 217,391 1,856
Local service ................................... 290,050 289,355 11,279 278,076 695
Number of revenue passengers carried, . 2
Regular route intercity service ..................98,579,235 87,5195,357 10,560,766 72,089,3469 4.M42t 7,511,156 3,3466,722 3
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ....... 2,827,3 529,017 2,01,112 228,7i1 $426 1
Local service ................................... 150,3452,317 123,51,3428 8,10,578 103,387,603 12,3432347 22,723,,94 9,676,,
Passenger revenue: 7
Regular route Intercity service ................. 112,932,708 $11,417,330 $1,476,646 $9.405,03 3 I $71,14 0734,233 34233
Special, charter, and sightseeing service ....... 1,16258 1,311,099 1 20,625 1,088,7 91,7 98,960 6 199 6
Local service ................................... 10,965,0 9 ,130,215 6 2,697 6,693,834 1,773. 84 1.582.530 252,62 2
Fuel used by owned intercI y revenue equipment:63,6 asolne (gallons) .. r .t............ 12,891,694 1144451 1,636,979 9,237.510 469,562 864,279 683,364
Other fuel (gallons) ............ ................. 483,510 3510 6,178 77,332
Lubricating oil used by owned Intercity revenue
equipment (quarts) .............................. 925,887 843,427 78,734 743,869 20,824 50,739 31,721

Net Income Includes dividends receivable from other motor carriers, but dividends payable are charged direct to surplus. Net income for the industry as a whole Is thuns ovewetated to the etent of su dividend.
This Iea does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform "Purchased transportation" service.







TABLE 21.--SELECTED BALANCE SHEET ITEMS, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940

Sumaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
district Total Nev iddle~ Totr TtalRok
CaAtetn England Aral region western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern i Pacifi
ragrct Eoser nln rtlgiti regio onio
district region region district region region region ournegio
Number of carriers represented ...................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 6 20 3 10
ASSETS
Total Current assets ................................ $22.963,975 $10,041,607 $3,428,550 $3,108,743 $3,504,314 $4,926,299 67.996,069 61.213,618 $1,660,910 $2,609,071 $209,858 $2,302,612
Carrier operating property ....................... 132 6 3 :J3 :164 3,075.714 437,2: 17,02,1171l910,l1 3,7338 4,057,631 14,' 4~ 1127:22
Less: Reserve for depreciation and amortization 2. 3 1,P 29 i171,514 123,N 7,992,571 1 18,18 474 2.014,99 25%,,j1 llj2: ;6,3
Net carrier operating property ................... 50,609,:432 19,239,335 1,904,200 8,205,589 9,129,546 10,881,453 20,488,64 2,042,844 2,128,829 5,776,069 46o,178 10,oso,72k
Other tangible property (less reserve) .............. ..29,579 70,548 28.857 24,211 17,480 179,498 379,533 14,560 59,622 7,467 297, U4
Total tangible property (less reserve) ............ 51,239,011 19,309,883 1,933,057 8,229,800 9,147,026 11,060,951 20,868,177 2,0j7,404 2,128,829 5,835,691 467,645 10,374,608
Total intangible property (less reserve) ............ 38.603,294 12,001,139 1,065,775 5,996,961 4,938,403 9,712,495 16,889,660 2,817,337 762,175 4,739,905 106,104 8,46k,139
Investment securities and advances:
Associated companies: 27306,390 26,1451,97 26.14o 077 270,770 41,029 6g.306 cc
Motor carriers........................... ,,o 6- 6
Other:: .....i.l5014,238 2,339,340 72,617 312,805 1,353,918 7 ,78 3,43 520 99,278 812,9367 39 55
Other than associated companies:
Motcr carriers ........................... ..399,80 116,237 16.000 67,63 12,674 20,001 263,565-2415 2'G o
others ................................ ....1,970,931 902,362 819,219 1,47; 6,296 469,05 os 1,315 48,58216,720 3998
Total investment securities and advances ...... 36,181,363 29,809,815 27,647,913 667.985 1,493.917 1,871,690 4,499,58 100,593 135,585 3,364,706 20,270 878.704
Total deferred debits.............................. 2,2314,900 1,002,518 81,529 3,206 521,783 558,885 673,41973,7 115,390 2849414,911 191,7
All other assets .................................... 975,120 501,079 1395' 1143,800 217.725 514,201 419,837 199,'o g14,141
Total assets .................................. 152,197,663 72,666,041 34,296,378 18,546,495 19,823,168 28,184,524 51,347,098 6,4462,135 4,802,889 16,929,629 818,795 22,334,650
LIABILITIES
Total current liabilities ........................... 20,259,689 7,799,873 1,815,022 2,942,763 3,042,088 4,667,203 7,792,613 656,615 865,810 2,518,035 182,090 3,570,o63
Advances payable:
Associated companies:
motor carriers ................................. 2,735,282 2,127,725 230:874 1,087,799 809,05 601,370 6,7- 6,18
Others ....................................... 9,308,310 1,986,030 12,913 1,270,650 T02,1AT 189,050 7#132, 30- 5,703,609- 1,1428,821
Other than associated companies:
Motor carriers .................................. 808,95 194,3 l7:4 4 28,83 l12ji
:t ."rs".. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 175"0 08,956 e i87,559 639,795 6ecos u9.3 172:i : 83Z 1t 8 1,232
Total advances payable ....................... 13.223,538 4,922,711 331,346 2,998,244 1,593,121 985,756 7,315,071 35,023 5,849,995 1,232 1,428,s21
Equipment obligations........ ...............l14,26t,.4116 6,92J;332 531: 8 3.,145 902 2,38 1 ,76 9 4,161,61 2 4,952 418 1,46 03 ,33.9
Bonds and other : .ng-term chiatis.............:::2,08 :9::8 98 776 39;d 50,312 5*r1 331,932 766;3 **)l; 14:29 50 & I 39,12!
Total equipment and other long-term obligations 16,346,394 7,910,108 934,361 3,650,114 3,325,633 3,508,301 4,927,985 538,852 56,692 1,748,873 231,149 2,352.419
Total deferred redits.............................. 370,1143 324,110 251,294 70,403 2.413 16,43 29,590 6.371 2,682 11,581 400 8.556
Total reserves for Inrance, injuries, loss and damage, and other ................................... 2,639,079 1,170,871 162,616 349,072 659,183 237,532 1,230,676 298,098 143,270 217,308 572,ooo
Total capital stock ................................ 64,309,849 34,14,226 21,676,058 5,917,420 6,520748 8,838,675 21,2869 3,432,624 2,934,797 .16 444,622 9,617,931
Sole proprietorship capital ......................... 192,327 70,841 70,841 35,843 85,64) 85,4
yartnership capital. ................................. I- -
Total capital stock and noncorporate capital .. 64,502,176 34,255,067 21,676,058 5,917,420 6,661,589 8,874,518 21,372,591 3,432,624 2,934,797 4,902,617 414,622 9,617,931
Unearned surplus ...............................4,546,62 2,000,8112 68,807 62J.186 1,108,219 318,1433 2,227,350 506,297 ,,51
earoed surplus ..................................30,310,019 14,282,1159 9,056,874 1,7914.693 3,143C0,892 9,576,338 6,1151,222 1,023,278 7614,615 581966 pra.9 6
Total unappropriated surplus .................. 34,856,644 16,283,301 9,125,681 2,618,479 4,539,141 9,894,771 8,678,572 1,529,575 764,615 1,680,220 Drt60. 4,784,60
Total liabilities .......152,197,663 72,666,041 34,96,378 18,146,95 iM3,168 28,184,521 51347,09 6,162,135 1 4,802,889 16 ,928,629 18,195 22,334,65o










TABLE 22.--INESTMENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PIDPERTY, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PABSSNGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Ite Eastern district Western district
All oNeW d Southern T
districts EaTotal Central region Northwentern Mid--Vetern SouthwesternP
Eastern England Atlantic enrlregion Western Mountain-eser oubwetw
district region region region district region region region re
Number of carriers represented ...................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 6 20
Land and land rights ..............................6 :6;2,8 1 j3,7 4113,028 oi.2 63275 7211 4401~ *1*,0 nn
Structures ......................................... ,lER 2;380 Il,7 ,13,283 3,' 1 M 347, M1 #1:;i
Revenue equipment:
Freight:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 16088 8 7od 66 61
Additions and betterments ........................ 1 1822 1,
Retirements .............................. ... 10 5,152 5 1 048 504
Balance at close of year..................... 7715 5 29- L421 2 421
Passenger:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 2 S, 1,0o,6 12,571,277 1 .. 6 1 5M 1 .
Additions and betterments ........................lg:314: 1,2,926 1 418 1 ,1 1
Retirements................................... 43 2, 1 '42 5.j247 -:02:1 1 1 83
3J,~8 30,02,160 3271:7P4 ,69110 58- 69.
Combination bus-trucks:
Balance at beginning of year .................... 17,957 17,957 17,957
Additions and betterments ............................
Retirements...................
Balance at cls oyer..... ........17,957 17,957 1757
Total revenue equipment ....................... 75,399,013 29,524,728 2,256,697 12,534.190 14. 733,841 15,824,747 30.049,536 3.271,74 3,691,170 9,608,556 639,0da
Service care and equipment ...........................558, 70 158,487 11,743 81,872 64,872 98,984 01,299 50,976 9 1 1ga
Shop and garage equipment ...................... ..... 1,57,2 598, 6 10ei:o 11 2 711
Furnture and office equipment ................. ..1,8,7 503,1 6:47 ,' 19791 222, ll. '7 I #
Miscellaneous equipment........................ '4, 1W86 07 65'2 3g.,T2 11I 20OI
Improvements to leasehold property ............... 2, 1,181:075 a352 6 5 5 5349 1 312, 3 153
Undistributed property .............................. 5 4: t9
Unfinished construction ............................. ..296:0 1,896 61,239 96,657 79,299 59,2 1 26,631,26
Total carrier operating property ............., 93,238,626 35,535,064 3,075,714 15,437,233 17,022,117 19,030,174 38,673,388 4,057,838 4,834,570 11,272,917 g7,231




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TABLE 23.--INVESTKENT IN CARRIER OPERATING PROPERTY, LESS RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1914o

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item All Total ew Middle Central Southern Total
districtsc region stern Northwestern Mid-Western Poutheern .c fi c
Eastern England Atlantis region district region region region Mountain
district region reion d_______ region
Number of carriers represented ......................135 71 7 38 26 2A 44D 1 6 20 3 1.
Land and land rights ................................ $3,692,851 $1,125,421 $115,218 $671,806 $338,397 0332,557 $2,234,873 O,876 114,937 .223,.1 169,524 01,752,1
Structures.......................................... 7,195,865 2,136,870 419,072 1,001,421 716,377 1,313,281 3,7 ,712 V4744 621 565 57,204 110,466 2,03. 033
Depreciation ........................................ 1,835,055 604,711 89,42& 275,335 239,952 183,55 1,0 79 149,695 14 69 66,156 8,089 638:189
Investment, les depreciation ..................... 5.60,810 1.532,159 329,648 726,086 476,425 1,129,727 2,699,924 197,759 436,896 507,A48 102,377 1,4484I4
Revenue equipment:5,94 521---2,21 -,42Freight ........................................... 7 715 5,294 5,294 2 4,21 2,421 -;] ".
Depreciation ................................... ... 343 1,022 1,022 2,421 2,421
Investment, less depreciation .................... 4,272 4,272 4,272 |
Passenger ......................................... 75,73U,341 29,519,434 2,251,o3 12,534.190 14,733,841 15,82,77 30,029,160 3,271,744 3 691,170 9:5:8,178 639,820 1283gR J
Depreciation ...................................... 37,04,991 11,20 ,03 907,797 6,270,340 7,025,866 7,3143,713 15,1499,275 1,590,131 2,252,162 5,042,7 5 383:o3 6,231194
Investment, lese depreciation ................... 38,326,350 15,315,431 1,3143,606 6,263,50 7,707,975 8,481,034 11.529,885 1,681,613 1,439,00 4645.,433 256,777 6,60,054
Combination bus-truoks ............................ 17,9 17,95- 17,9 1
Depreciation ...................................... 17,06 17,04 17,01 4 .
Investment, lees depreciation .................... 911 911 911
Service oars and equipment .......................... 528770 158,1487 11,743 81,872 64,872 98,984 301,299 54279 0,96 ,7 1,691 102,62
Depreciation .......................................... 171 96,095 5,281 55,503 35,311 52,259 217,817 ,1,071 76,80
Investment, loes depreciation ..................... 192,599 62,392 6,462 26,369 29,561 46,725 83,482 4,471 8,210 44,357 620 82'4
Shop and garage equipment ........................... 1,587,492 598,598 64,073 336,615 197,910 222,521 766,373 141,520 115,825 209,609 11,70 297 711
Depreciation ........................................ 1,243,832 Z61,317 52,200 217,780 161,337 167, 34 6,881 141,023 100,867 117,036 4:294 251:661
Investment, less depreciation ..................... 343,660 137,281 11,873 88,835 36,573 54,897 151,492 497 14,958 92,573 7,14114 36,0
Furniture and office equipment ...................... 1,5 8, 503,123 98,93 20,789 199,851 368,225 707,230 83076 110.399 237,906 20,251 255,598
Depreciation ........................................ 9U,16 282,180 60,199 116,336 105,65 191,943 470,343 58,012 89,701 119,003 13,394 190,233
Investment, less depreciation ..................... 634,112 220,943 38,2894 88,453 94,206 176,282 236,887 25,064 20,698 118,903 6,857 65,365
Miscellaneous equipment ............................. 449 714 14S,966 33.076 66,543 49,247 55,863 2144,985 6,687 20,706 63732 7,203 146,657
Depreciation........................................ 272,964 103,777 23,631 4,050 32,096 28,489 140,698 1,238 19,145 21,036 2,692 96,587
Investment, less depreciation..................... 176,750 45,089 9,445 18,493 17,151 27,374 104,287 5,449 1,561 42,696 4,511 50,070
Improvements to leasehold property .................. 2,439,456 1,181,075 77,352 478,758 624,962 7J,65 523,686 112,212 31,Z42 28, 140 12,831 128,61
Depreciation ........................................ 810,003 491,17 31,294 217,154 2145,72 1 2,8 152,989 25,097 16, 31 1:58 14,470 65,3
Investment, loes depreciation ..................... 1,629,453 686,901 46,058 261,604 379,239 571,855 370,697 87,115 15,111 196,882 8,361 63,228
Undistributed property.............................. 140,479 140,479 140,479 -Depreciation........................................
Investment, less depreciation ..................... 40,479 40,479 40,479
Unfinished construction ............................. 296,408 157,896 61,239 96,657 79,299 59,213 2,971 26,651 3,737 25,854
Total investment, less depreciation ............... 50,698,655 19,287,785 1,904,866 8,206,735 9,176,184 10,899,740 20,511,130 2,042,844 2,128,829 5,798,555 460o,178 10,080,724
Amortization ........................................ 89,223 4,450 666 1,146 46,638 18,287 22,486 22,486
Total investment, less depreciation and _4 22,99 1017 10,00724
amortization .................................... 50,609,432 19,239,335 1,904,200 8,205,589 9,129,546 10,881,453 20,188,6 2,02,8 2,128,829 5,776069 1










TABLE 24o-.REVENUE EQUIPMENT OWNED: NUMBER OF UNITS AND COST, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Sauther TaAtea Northwestern Mid-We t en Southwee Ro
I t mA lT t l~C n r lr e g i o n W e s t e r n e a r nP i i
districts Eastern England Atlantic rgo einr~o eo

district region region district region region region .. ..

Number of carriers represented ........ 135 71 7 319 26 214 40 1 6 20 31
Passenger equipment:
Number of unite new when purchased ............ ... 5,641 2,139 12 g93 1,154 1242 2,260 223 230 846
cost ...............................................$69,4'48,623 026,367.731 $1,960:131 $10.665:100 *13,741,94 $15.090,635 027,990,27 43.264, 64 $30,o $9,750,732 165 1. ,1
Average cost per unit ............................ 12,311 12,327 13804 12,52 11,906 12,150 e3585 113343 10,1 10
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 1 46 342 151 159 6o 1 60
Cost ............................................. ,2 -3,133 4 289,742 $155 9 3 $70623 $1,654 3 2
Average cost per unit 6,1972 36 4,979 3,7- 6. ,11
Avrgecs prunt.................. .......5,301 5,8114 6,299 5,542 3 97 3,97
Combination bus-trucks:
Number of units new when purchased .... ....... .... 1
Cost ............................................. $11,902 11,902 $11,02
Average cost per unit ............................ ,02 11 211,902 11,90 .
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 1 1 1
Co: t............................................. 6,055 6,055 $05
Average cost per unit ................................6,055 ---6,055 6-05
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
Number of units new when purchased 1 1 1 ....
Cost ................................. ,27 $1.827 $1,827
Average cost per unit .......................... 1,827 1,827 1,827
Number of units second-hand when purchased 1 1 1 .... .....
Cost ........................................... 3467 $3,467 $3,46Average cost per unit ............................ 3,67 3,467 3,467
Truck tractors:
Number of units now when purchased .
cost ................................ ...........
Average cost per unit ..........................-.......-- -- ......
Number of units second-hand when purchased .....1 1
Cost ...........................................- - 1 24Average cost per unit ................................1,28 1,248
Semitrailers:
Number of units new when purchased .
CoSt ........................................... .....
Average cost per unit ..........................- ......
Number of unite second-hand when purchased .....1 1 1
Cost ........................................... .,173 #1,17- 61,173
Average cost per unit ............................ 1,173 1,173
Full trailers:
Number of units new when purchased.............
Cost ...........................................
Average cost per unit ..........................
Number of units second-hand when purchased .....
Cost ........................ ..................
Average cost per unit..........................
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased
Cost ........................................... $1,827 $1,827 $1,827 --
Number of units second-hand when purchased ..... 3 1 1 -2 2
cost...........................................5,888 $3.467 $3,467 -2,421 2,421

Total revenue equipment: Number of units new when purchased ................. ..,643 40 143 843 1 154 1 242 2:261 6 23, g2 ,89
Cost................................................69 352 *26,369,558 $1,961.9 *10,665,700 $13,741,894 $15,090635 2,002159 27, 96 ,762
Number of units second-hand when purchased ....... 10 5 47 342 151 159 342 1 60 195 6 do
Cost ............................................. $5,509,305 $5,137,161 $293,209 61.855,099 4988,853 $709,623 $1,662,521 $3,780 $371,839 $771,305 $13,026 0502,571
Other equipment: 4
cost ............................................. 7,356 18,009 1,5 13 3,091 21,489 3814,85, 21,.86 714,617 957
Total cost of all equipment ........................ 75,399,013 29,52,728 2,256,697 12,534,190 114,733,841 15,824,747 1 3,0149.538 3,271,744 ,691,170 9608,556 69 12,830,248








TABLE 25.-RVNUE EQUIPMENT STALLED A. I MOTOR CARIERS OF PASSENGERS
OARRIERS ENGAGED PEiREP 6nL IN xNTE ITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DMEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions

Eastern district southern Western district
dtstrioe To:Val NOW Middle Cet'l rgoTotal o ....
reTo reContoa regionWstn
Eatorn England Atlani eKonwestern Northwestern MIid-Western Southwestern Rok aii
district regione region region region eag i
Number of carriers represented....................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 6
Passenger equipment:I
Number of units purchased new .........................1,139 444 49 186 g0213 71 424 31 1610
Cost ................................................1,69oo21 66,4o3,577 9724,7 62,5U,91o 63 ,921g 63,4,2,807 65,853,637 62175,565 1,69 $311,9,90

Number of units purchased second-hand ....... 280 102 6 60 36 61 117 1 141
Cost ............................................... ,213,961 S e,207 62,052 6336,257 6203,898 0232,711 6439,0o3 63,7063o
Total freight equipment
Number of units purchased ne ............... ...... . 1 1 "
coat .............................................. .827 1,827 $1,827
Number of units purchased second-hand ............. .
Cost ...............................................-" "
Total revenue equipment
Number of units purchased new ............... ...... 1,140 44 46 186 21? 271 4. 3 1
Cost .............................................. 15,691,8:4 $6,405Ao0 $726,573 $2,588,910 63,089,921 $3,432,607 05,853, 37 6475,515 $291,749 $1,90,9 $ 319
Number of units purchased eoond-and ..........280 102 6 60 36 61 17 1 1
cost .............................................. 61,213,961 654.2,207 62,052 $336,257 1203,698 $232,711 $439,0A3 $3,70 $34,903 $387,326 13,034






TABLE 26.-.vEm EQUIPMENT RETIRED, GLASS I MOTOR CABIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DEoDSEn 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions

Eastern district Western district
dsec .e C tn wT Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern Pacific
districts Eastern England Atlantic region region region re in o
retrict reion reton d______ __ol;_..

Number ofecarriers represented ...................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 6 20 3 10
Passenger equipment: 6,4
Cost ............................................. 5,515,768 62,573,37 6 39 61,322,0 $941,679 $951,770 $1,990,620 20,129 106,292 $56,,8$6 .3
Number of unites econd-hand when purchased .....337 189 40 71 78 57 91 3 6 42 33
Coat............................................ .$1,271,32 6840,083 697,552 $337,235 W05,296 6149,500 $281,779 $4.,365 65,726 14,698 1 ,
Total freight equipment:
Number of units new when purchased 2 2 2 --
Cost .............................................. 65,152 6,152 5,15
Number of units eecond-hand when purchased .......
ost ..................... ............... .............
Total revenue equipment:
Number of units new when purchased ................626 24. 29 14. 112 112 230 24 14 167
cost............................................. $5.520,920 $2.578,530 6314,797 61,322,054 $941,679 6951,770 $1,990,20 6208,129 106,292$
Number of units second-hand when purchased ........ 189 40 71 78 57 91 3 6 42 3
ot, 71, 6 ,5 $337,2 ,145,698 2,
Cot.............................................. $1,271 2,90,, 9r5 $3.3 0526 $495P $9,779 $4,365 $,726. .,









TABLE 27--HKUMR OF UNITS Or REVENUE EQUIPMET OURED CLASSIFIED BY YEAR OF MOEL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASsERm CARRIERS ENGAGED P9iPO"IERATLY IN INTERCITY WMhOX
DECEMER 31, 194o


Summaries by distriote en, regions

Item Al Ttl Eastern district Western district
district Tol feW Mde Central soterwn Total. Rock
Eastern England Atlanti C region wester Northwestern Mid-Wetern Southwestern
,dietriot re-ion reen region district region
Number of carriers represented ..................... 135 71 7 3d 26 21 40 1 6 .
Passenger equipment: NUMBER oF VEIoLEBS
1941 .............................................. o. . 2 12i 2 2 27 27
"1 169 211 26 16 1
194o ............................................. .. 25 45 11 9 2 2
1939 .............................................. .28 3S 27 1
1938 .............................................. 70 21 92 191 6041
91,01 383 31 126 226 193





. . . . .6 3.1 6 .1.. ...
6 3Z8 19 123 16 403~
1968..1235 23 83 138 12203 24s
193Z ..... 8 2 71 90o1 10 4




1933 . .................................. 97 4b 1 2 1 n /
1932 and prior years...................... 97 450 23 331 91 95 352 77
Total ........................................6,678 2,678 18n 1,185 1.305 1,4o1 2,599 224~ 290 1oo6 7
Combination bs-trucks,

1931 .............................................
194 .............................................

1937 ..........................................
1936 .............................................
M&~iryae.................... 2 2 2
Total .....................................2 2 2..
Freight equipment:
Trucks:
1941..........................................11.
194o ...........................................





199.......................... .......1... --1938 ...........................................
193 ...........................................

193 ...........................................
1932 and prior yea......................,,.. .....





Total ..................................... "I........
193....................................
1939 ............................................. -- : I
193t............................................ .- .






193R......................... .........- --1 1






1933 ..................................................--"
1932 and prior years ................................. ....-- --Totl.........................1 1
1940........................................
19329 prior ye.............................
193 tal........................................... 1

19 .. .. . . .. . . .
i o......... ............... ....
19393..........................................--------1932 and.prior.year.............................

T1 a 13



453070 0 42 5







TABLE 28.-NUMBER OF UNITS OF REVENUE PASSENGER EQUIPMENT OWNED CLASSIFIED BY SEATING CAPACIT!, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDiERAiTLY IN INTEROITy SERVICE
DEOEMBER 31, 194o

Summaries by districts and regions

Eastern district Wester district
Itemstll Total New Middle Touther Tal iter di s t .
Eastern England Atlanti Centralgiegion Western rein Mrd-eeon Southwen a0cifi
district rgo region region district regin egon region WWtf &ii
Number of carriers represented .... 135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 620 3 10
Seating capaoity of each vablole: NSER OF VHIoGLB
2 ............... 2 2 2

11 24 14 3~ 2
Total ................... . 2 1 1 4 7 62"10 1 .0....
S............... 1 1. 10 1
1 ............... 1 1
1 ...............2- 2 12 2
Total .................... .3 2 2 1 2 1 65 I






11............... 11 1 5 6 11 15 1 1
17 ..................... .1 5 5 1 8 1 2 1 6
i. ............... 20
19............... 121 3 33
25 ................... 20 79 7 29 8 96
Total ................... 3399 123 8 71 1 100 176 112 61

1 ............... 5 4 53 46 is 11 18 17 1 2
22 ................... ....2. 10 1 1 5 15 3 3 6
29 10 19 1 40
2510 2 277 9 14 2361 1 34 2
Toal......................104 436 17 143 25 25 433 1 39 29317




Total ................... 399 123 a 174 41 10 12 53
21 ....................... .45 3 4 21 16 66 2s 6 3 2
69 30 1 9 A 3 7
2 ............... ..7 24 2 2 2 3 2 5 47
5 D............... 4 41 1 26 15 2 21 1 4
Total .........................9 410 31 196 18 35 933 125411 39 29 12 26
36 ............... 174 4 1 4 7 1
2........... ..... .. 36 2 9 2 2 .
35.................. 12 79 3 21 is 30 9 2
Toa 0....................1,7 541 36 22 303 29454 01 18 17





Total ........................... 5 71 31 1 6 13 5
312 .............. 4 1; 2 29_ S_ 54 2
To 3l......................,438 96 95 126 21 261 917 158 IGO 204 15 11*,
4...................14 13 12 71 60 7 71
35.................. 129 79 21 55 24 a

l3 .......... 12 30 30 g6 13 2 86
T 0al.....................36 171 13 11 60 12 183 181



Grand total ........ 6,678 26789 18l,85 135g,0 2,599 224 290 1,040 68 977










TABLE 20,-INCOME STATEKBNT, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
TRAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Eastern district Western district
Item dalo h nl e- A an1 o S southern To n Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern MaPute
districts Eastern England Atlantic Central region Western region region ne W.UV
__district reion _e__on_ region district reio region
Number of carriers represented ..................... 135 71 7 38 26 24 4o 1 6 20 3
REVENUES
operating revenues ................................. 4114,741,482 #44,629,286 $3,523,375 618,446,526 $22,659,385 $27,963,973 $42,14s,623 $4,921,734 45,425,694 415.269.792 $934,966 415.596,431
EXPENSES
Operation and maintenance expenses ............... 72,06,725 30,25378 2,458,127 1,972, 124, 2,26 16,254,0 1 26,399,276 2, 924,121 3, 98 97
Depreciation expense .................. ... 103 425 3,95634 332,761 1,577 2,o5821 2,293,71a 4,135,276 511,605 0 1 1
Amortization chargeable to operations ........... . 839 17,1 46 4 01 10,57 -.16 7:575 81
3 1 134 42J15 4,16,15590o6 1;6 0
Operating taxes and licenses .....................* 1160 7,78 }TI 1, ,05 1,82 242 3,* 9 3 194,416,18' 519,058
operating rents--Net .........................****..***7.3.52 1,59 706 1,2 790 86 139 858,97 1 ,861 49
Total expenses ................................ 98,474.785 39,914.358 3.362,752 16,975,093 19,576,513 22,740,137 35,820,290 4,067,660 4,851,198 13,197,119 d54,16 12,960,167
Net operating revenue ......................... 16,267,097 4,714,928 160,623 1,471,1433 3,082,872 5,223,836 6,328,333 854,074 574,496 2,082,673 8o,8to 2,736,270
Rent for lease of carrier property--Debit .......... 4 19 1- 76 14,6 4 24,303 5,027 9
income from lease of carrier property-Creit ...... 446 3670 1,407 2,2 7,905 62,871 52,63 1 .-.
Net carrier operating income .................. 16,292,403 4,698,788 160,623 1,467,664 3,070,501 5,207,438 6,386,177 854,074 627,037 2,087,976 80,820 2,736,70
OTHER INCOME
Net income from noncarrier operations ............ Dr. 1.13 Dr. 13995 -1Not income from nonoperating property ......* 57...,2925 .Dr 2,668 1,20 8,443
Interest income:
From associated companies
notor carrier ................................. 59,973 59,622 54,o9 3,612 1,911 1
Others ......................................... 15,022 10,009 5, 2,297 2,22 43 4,170 381 391 2 A 4,1c
From other then associated companies:
Motor carriers ............................... ... .3510 228 15 103 2 547 2,14 1.
others ............................****** 31134 .7,792 1,732 1,24 4,815 4,i A,1
615 194__ 158 1,39159,0
Total interest income ........................ 117,049 77,651 61,315 7,279 9,057 7,889 31,509 539 1,772 16,58as 2,6t
Dividend income:
From associated companies:
Motor carriers _..................... 4,o62,589 4,o16,796 4,016,796 34,36 11,425 2,100 -93
others ......................................... 265,354 152,604 103,712 48,892 112,750 48,000 J 750
Prom other than associated companies:
Motor carriers ............................... 21,246 4,875 1,87 19,71 14,86 4 ,6
other ......................................... 162,034 156510 156,492 10 574 1,39
Total dividend income ........................ 4,511,223 4,327,785 4,277,000 10 50,775 34,442 148,996 48,000 19,086 81,910
Income from sinking and other funds................... 6,2 9g.77 1555 563 17 5.424 Z52~ 424
Other nonoperating Income............................ 209,22 980P 203 71,602 26,205 124,3058 92:934 4 15,8324 55,247 -2,6
Total other income ............................ 4,846,348 4,502,567 4,338,130 79,089 85,348 53,454 290,327 524,452 17,606 8,337 1,200 1as,73
Gross income .................................. 21,1358,751 9,201,355 4,498,753 1,54,753 3,155,849 5,260,92 6,676,504 908,526 644,643 2,176,313 82,020 2,965,oo
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-tern obligatione...:.4 24.40::0 26,36:: 13 40 6 142,0 1 10,873 5 5 0
Other Interest deductions ........................156:246; 35,765 7,511 14 1 IM"9 '9:39 102, 1 35 2, 135106,32
Taxes assumed on interest ...........................
Amortization of debt discount and expense .......... 89,921 86,464 149 84,021 2,294 1,902 1,555 400 422 78 65
Amortization of premium on debt--Credit ............-
Other deductions ................................... 803,414 285,945 13,594 104,035 168,316 116,888 4OO,58i 72,643 32,355 61,497 995 23,o9
Total income deductions ....................... 1,752,247 848,214 47,614 460,787 319,813 256,885 647,124 84,751 36,011 155,709 13,381 357,29
Net income before income taxes ................ 19.386,504 9,353,141 4,451,139 1,065,966 2,836,036 5,004,007 6,029,356 823,775 60s,632 2,020,604 68,639 2,507,70
Provision for income taxes ......................... 4,527,960 1,391,391 272,064 332,108 787,219 1,483,332 1,653,237 238,473 166,691 547,477 24,s42 67,764
Net Income .................................... 14,858,544 6,961,750 4,179,075 733,858 2,048,817 3,52o,675 4,376,119 585,302 441,951 1,473,127 43,797 1,831.94
I/ Net Incope Includes dividends resolvable froa other actor carriers, but dividends payable are charged direct to surplus. Met macace for the Industry as a whole is thus overstated to Ste extent cf auch4 dividend.






66



TABLE 3o.-OPERATING TAXES AND LICENSES AND PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19140

Summaries by districte and regions

Eastern district Western district
I tem A ll T ot al Ne -w i s ou th ern e Wt
districts Coee central region Total Northweste n rid-Weseion 'ouhwee Mot Pacific
Eastern England Atlantic region dutnti
district region region regiistrict r
Number of carriers represented ......................135 71 7 38 26 24 40 1 6 20 3 10
Gasoline, other fuel, and lubricating oil..............5,001,755 61,702,052 $130,63 274 8 6829, 1 l532,831 $1,766,972 $20210 $157,057 97292 45Z:803 #6,9
Public utility taxes end licenses ...................3,970,832 l,216'r05 e4,165 $97,178 163Z:,13 1,291:.36 1, 43,191 207:614 191,787 $463,539 3 39 6590
Corporaon taxe. ................................... 97, 3 Or. 11,67 1,095 1 7
Real estate and personal property taxes (or gross 6150 4 2, 773 5 7,570 181,000 276, 904 3,962
receipts taxes) ................................. 1Z,8 5,8 7735.3 e,7 ~ ~ Zo 59 3 857 63,537 5,1 1373
Social security taxes ............................... 1,479,549 555,875 49,510 237,356 270,009 271,9 1 650,713 55,726 12:989 200.930 13,91 317 7
Federal and state capital stock and stock transfer
axe, s.......................................... 32,01 134,921 23,858 57,673 53 79,069 109,057 1,7,688 37,9
Federal excise taxes. ................................ 2 ,27 7,159 23 2,687 3A :786 9,25 1,389 905
Other operating taxes................................. 72,679 20,170 1,508 15,546 3,122 ,625 4'84 2 1,280 1 15 I
Total operating taxes and licensee.............. 11,606,452 3,787,760 330,470 1,632;048 1,825,242 3,402,505 4,16,187 519,058 569,063 1,560,905 112,708 1.. .4..45
Provision for income taxes .......................... 4,527,960 1,391,391 272,o64 332,108 787,219 1,483,332 1,653,237 238,9473 166681 .547,477 24,842 675,764
Total taxes .................... ................ 16,134,412 5,179,151 602,534 1,964,156 2,612,461 4,885,837 6,069,44 757,531 735,7 2,109,382 137550 23





TABLE 31.--OPERATING REVENUES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 194o

Summaries by district and regions
Item Eastern district Western district
ItmAll Souther.
districts Total new Ml Central region To Northwestern Mid-Western Southwestern 0 y Pacific
Eastern England Atlantic region Western region region region Mountain
district region region district rgion r
Number of carriers represented ......................135 71 7 38 26 24 140 1 6 20 3
Fre eight revenue--Common carrier ..................... .. -
Fre:ight revenue--Contract carrier ...................
Passenger revenue ................................... 107,O68,617 1o,855,354 63,11, 8Z 616,473,272 621,262,263 626,738,27 039,47 ,95 $4,694,966 $5,091,076 #14,332,615 07989,708 $14.567,62o
Special bus revenue .................................. 3,841,299 2,598,117 336,806 8,6831 6745,628 45S2 79 813 119,353 03, 6 3 27'
714 179 2,0 339052 12: 70,3 1,962-, 9,82, 39'r
Baggage revenue .................................... ..577 14.8 o121 1*,5o 9,1 18,7 1 ,9 9 2 1,27 1 0 2 69,5
Mail revenue........................................ .182:301,85 3,1 9 8 99
Newpape revenue .................................. 1 61,162 79,889 1 377 14S 252,,, 988 3 5 8 16 310,07 34 318
ewsper revenue.................................. 1628 91 87 :487 122,024 1 V,81 299: 592 27:246 12,5 115,6610
Miscellaneous station revenue ........................ 93, 14114,81 33:18922 257.31 239,8. 328,890 43,01 5,201 9989 3,s,357
Miscellaneous terminal revenue................ .....
Other operating revenue ............................. 316,301 134,293 2,969 58,990. 72,334 2,571 179,1437 1,187 33,959 78,158 1 3,505 52,628
Total operating revenues ......... llv,741,882 44,629,2s6 3,523,375 18,446,526 22,659,385 27,963,973 142,148,623 1 ,921,734 5,425,694 15,269,792 9314,966 15,596,437








TABLE 32.-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district Westerna district
All Total ami Mile Southern Total
districts Eastern England Atlantio Central region Western Northwestern Mid-Western Southwesatern mountain Pa f
district region region region distrit region reg on reTon eg re n
Number of carriers represented ..................... 135 71 7 3 26 24 40 1 6 20
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE EXPENSE
Supervision of shop and garage ........ -........ 794,953 $339,6 $7,276 $149,701 162,17 179,O2 276,772 37,505 $32,16 104,966 6,705 4
Repairs to shop and garage equipment ........... ... 61860 15.73 2 14 8981 7 15:7 27,11 2,295 6.235 7797 24 11
Operation and maintenance of service equipment ..... 50,793 22,572 3, 96 12 574 2 8 6 19,375 1,095 6159 -, 3514 116 5C95
Repat to shop and garage buildings and grounds ... 78,150 32,303 5,521 17,784 8998 19,155 2, 2 6,602 1,776 3, ai.+@
Light, heat, power, and water for shops and garages 420,213 215,029 19,041 12 ,657 72,331 7,013 1 5,111 25,818 23,0O
Other shop and garage expenses ....74.......... 97 633 188,983 1 3 3 6 63,1 22,722 151, 4 85
Repairs to revenue equipment ...................... 894, 182 3,533, 8 295,766 1, 6:o55 1,7 ,93 1, 239 3 , 2 ,472 0 6 61
Se ising of revenue equipment ................... 1, ,930 739,227 54,820 06 377,1 ,89 697. 85,2 27 3 23
1,5 :36,930 739,27 5,2 307,00 377,4i '6:29 ":K!s 2~8
Tt4 2 ,l 6 1,5++++ 1+++++++++ 1+ 49 211 +]i gii i g 45,909i
Tires an tubes--Revenue equipment............ ... 4,3,106 1,390,008 115,727 573,341 700,940 1,099,953 1,5733 5 17,492 211,
Joint garage expense--Debit ....................... 36,880 270,232 21,777 67,599 180,856 35,997 4051 ,121 6, 149 19,17
Joint garage expense--Credit 32:00....................... 2, 211,815 13,137 150,851 47,827 46,939 3,326 3,36 15,262 10,819 5377

ri e s a e a d b n s s ........................ 6 +
Total .......................................... 17,135,712 6,757,207 557,434 2,5oo,800 3,395,973 3,975,209 6,400,296 702,965 811,478 2,637,ook 151,821 2,09 0004
TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE
Supervision of transportation ...................... 1,607,700 799,690 67,840 319,955 411,895 33,556 7 55,31 9 761
Drivers' wages and bonuses ........... 17,000,21 7,173,510 598,287 2,953,825 3,62139 3, 120 6,86 759 12 46 2,238,6 1607 2,
Fuel for revenue equipment ......................... 6809,7 2,549,518 187716 1,129,839 1,231,963 1,5 82, 3 ,19 1 5 7
011 for revenue equipment .......................... 413,.0 15 41 11,026 3,, 70,10 122,735 1 9 0359 6 872 7 35
Purchased transportation ........................... 573,407 43 876 10,5 3310116 939 3
7,319 3 6 100543,784 13,960 11 1,01 20 7253
Road expense .................. ............. 9 6188 4 84 1, 396 11 6 20 233 3 134
Bridge, tunnel, and ferry tolls ............**. 1, 905,399 2, 721, 1 16122 20,89 26 126 7.13 10,62 271 22
Wages of mlsoellaneous transportation employees .... 1869 107, 081 3 2 65,614 37 ,789 3 114 "11
Other transportation expens.s ............... ...... 993,094 503,279 45,115 183,302 274,62 18 ,730 306,0 o5 41,501 25,742 82772 5,53 150,217
Total .......................................... 28,974,o31 12,635,382 946,923 5,783,916 5,904,543 5,976,695 10,361,954 1,183,896 1,442,115 3 470,915 256,59 4, 439
STATION EXPENSE
Salaries and commissions ........................... ..3,39,772 1,263,911 131,845 4,310 687,756 747,8 1,6258, 012 141,073 220,422 105 3
Supplies and expenses ............................ .. 734,5 071 23,077 2,265 3,81 139,997 7,66 ,220 28 6
Repairs to station buildings and equipment ......... 98,394 2 316 1,885 10,36 11,065 28,183 4,Sg 5,387 8,216 8,7 9 9
Commissions pa d ................................... ... 400,350 1,90 185 142,09 759,51 972,60 911,222 1,584 3,93 159,185 6 3228,9458 3 o9 1 5
Other expense. s ..... ........................-9.......... 91, 6, 13 4,7 25,256 15,134 7,750 35,,2 ,330






Sa lend expeseions ranoe and.safe.. ... .... 224,920 4:, 1 959160$ 97 8,6 14612 7 23,5 3 4 10 2 601
Interine ooissions pai.............................2,54,594 753,325 54804 211,919 456,602 512,298 959,271 87,108 157,90 452622
oInterline commission s earned-Credit ........... 2 99,619 960,52 92,999 299,193 568,400 662,3969 76,158 5,655 113,039 377,94 3,
Colleton and deIve. ............................ 143 143 I 4-6
Purchased collection a eli er........... ... 20,06, 269 5, 2515 6
Joint station facilities-Debit........................1,128,27310
Jont staton facilitles--Debit ...... ................... 1,293 645550 39,557 165, 51 437,612 5-64,216 8O;5 2 74,4 128,
Joint station foellties--CredLt .................... 37,971 53,141 123,025 202,05 2 1 9 2, 3 163,757 500 9
Total ......................................... 9,699,010 3,569,223 258,353 1,327,252 1,953,615 2,395,755 3,731,002 410,750 544,651 1,371,593 10,659 1 5
TRAFFIC, SOLICITATION, AND ADVERTISING EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses ......................... ..... 1,213,17 440,050 35,598 177,658 226,714 257,103 516,02 5 2i i3
Tariffs and hedule0.............................. 18,92 a 190 180 0 109,536 2314,23608 1 7 4 9
Tict and baggage ........................... 319.601 124,342 1,:6 46,954 7 2 95,121 100,38
Other trffic expenses............................. .81,1 7 78,029 Z,831 25,759 U.Z39 439 2 24 0 2 298 14,897
Advertiing ....................................... 2,284,3 0 1,050,082 82,093 360,156 637,503 17,655 7 603 113:562 154:15 121:335 51

Total ......................................... 4,580,129 1,960,545 150,730 694,777 1,115,038 919,361 1,700,223 231,921 34 0,950 497,683 23,142 616497
INSURANCE AND SAFETY EXPENSE
Salaries and expenses--Insuranoe and safety ........ 329,202 134, 1 9,796 46,098 7,957 859,660 104,691 23 7 7 2,. 36:17" 10 20 601
Public liability and property damage Insurance .... 3,110,038 1,49553 128,381 621,152 746,002 560 66 762,937 1 4 91021, 34,442 16o616
Injuries~~~~~~ ~~~~ an aas .............................55,2 21j1 1, 0 172,854 19,734,2 0,54,7139217
Workmen' compensation--Insuranoe ................... 276,021 132,976 9,963 3 50,570 60,393 52 2 608 12 46013 4,281
Workmen's oompenatlon--Self insurer ............... 20,049 46 29 743 3,294 592 55 15,65 6,000 725 2....
Baggage and express insurance ..........................100 5,171 -1,306 6,865 121970-- 3 4 100
Baggae .and expnd daage................ ...... .5,45 11,725 io61 3,411 7,253 11,707 11,913 970 13Z54 4,7
O i nuanhe I uran e ........................... ,19 98,333 9,841 4,465 43,027 57,365 57,71 8 9,35 50,970 e5 thet lseandmae ..3699
o after insuran ce ......... ............ 126,130 59,396 5,675 25,4Ol 25,320 21,615 45,116 1175 8,397 20,970 1,138 iiii
Total ......................................... 5,o26,326 2,163,732 175,010 951,282 1,034,44o 1,309,955 1,552,639 160,817 149,459 702,632 46,423 493,308








TABLE 32.--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Western district
ItmAll Southern TotSalh-r
d1stricte Toa n ew En ad A 0 Gdl entral Seou rn n Northwester Kid Western Southwestern Pon
distrriotn e Atlantic g n ditrc region region region Mountain
________________________________d_ ________ distrio"t region, r,. region Western Notwsen Mi-etr mother eLoni
_____________________________________________________t___ district regionregion

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSE

Salaries of general officers...................... ...2,10 82 1 1522,922 021,295 4 ,3 ,72 8647,075 $20,225 $79,675 $364,342 $ 0a0
Exessof general officers .......................... 1_ 6,11 3 152,221 $280.30 3913552 1112 2152
Exene 1,71 .9 eM5124 7.2 .5 1 1. 2,2 :3
Salaries of general office employees ................2310,080 92 ,828 115,922 3 1,2 451.685 9 .0 77,152 92013 1116,211 370,700 17, 251 13
Expenses of general office employees ............. 53,530 2 ,414 3,522 5,77 17,165 11,825 1 1 1, 751 7,015 579 2
Law expenses ...................... ..............* 55,217 Jo:, 6 10,Oi 95, 101,912 126,35 6 9,92 16,2 a43159 1,
General office supplies and expenses ........ ... 0 11 206,649 21,663 71,0 113,962 117,7 10 15,25 21,} ,13
rE 3 18 Cr 5 113 11r9 1608 1512 3134 123
Communication service............................. 1 9 27,0 360 1,5 26, 00 8,1
Outside auditing expenses......................... ..4'2477 5 27
Employees' welfare expenses ........................ 7, 3 36 3 1, 5 ,06 2,51 2535 5 1 5
1a 2212 5 29,11
4____9_ 0 6170819.
Purchasing and store expenses ................... 7761 Orr 2 28 1,5
Other general expenses................................ 7 6 Jo......,37 53, 1 9 71,8025 6,, 2 321 ,9, 3 5 1 75
Management and supervision sadepne 37,15 137,932 7,2 33,123 97 1 330 199 16,5 27M092
Franchise requirements-DebitY.E 270 2 0 1 65
Franchise requirementr--Credieion..e.on d tree
Other regulatory commission expenses ...........111,886 20,199 774 70 11 4 2 4 1 6 23
Uncollectible revenues .........*. ............. .22,999 6,0 6 1,121 $6 20,0 1,037 10,22 $1
Joint operating 1C 51 1 3,M 937
Depr operating expense--Debit .................... 202,13 3:41 79 14,8 1 574 52197 9 20 14,














D rcitin f mscllneus .qupmnt............ 43 ,1 1, 19 2,6 4 20 ,1 182519 7 t ,161.0
Joitoeti: d 3,5210 3 25 7 53 6 93600 122 79,090 2,745 '
Total ......................................... 7,491,517 3,167,2581 366,677 1,6414,961 1,35,651 1,671,066 2,653,162 233742 255,305 1,121,372 516,572 1 7
Grand total .................................. 72,906,725 30,253,3781 2, 71 1,7,9 4,22,63 16,254,071 26.399,276 2,924,121 3,5643,90 9,791,19 6o4,ox 1.6





TABLE 33.--DEPRECIATION EXPENSE, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19140


Suamaries by districts and regions
ItmAlEastern district Sothe -Vstern district
districts Total Ne idl Central region Ttl Northweatr i-str Southwestr Woucti ?ari
asrn England Atlantic stenweztr Mdwser utinsil
district region regio gio n etrn rein -on ~ rs~
Number of carriers represented ..........................135 71 7 31 26 214 40o 1 6 20 3 10
Depreciation of structures ............................231,1425 $77,322 $8,116 $141,24o0 $27,266 $32,069 $122,037 $10,321 $211,191 $17,095 6$4,637 $65,796
Depreciation of revenue equipment:
Freight............................................. 163,019 1,937 1,93 - 161,152 161,152
Pasne............................9642,655 3,744,5439 309,024 1,1498,605 1.9116,809 2,199,021 3,699,119 142,466 1460,556 1,231.031 99,310 1,4125,756
Combinatio ustok...................778-- 778 779
Depreciation of service care and equipment ..... 13,666 21,560 3,524 12,729 11,307 21,1146 34960 2,6o6 14,197 is,41 321 9,391
Depreciation of shop and garage equipment 1.... 2,131 21,058 2,301 114,6 9,071 155131 r..117 7923 6,07 20,76 1,1341 12,370
Depreciation of furniture and office equipment ... US415 931 759 11,54 1,1 2,7 2354 6,81 00 1,156 13,700
6'938 751 454 1.2 07 2Z1 ,045
Depreciation of miscellaneous equipment ...............39,616 11,94, 2,263 3,964 21 M,1 74a2 'I04g 1,093 12, 97
Depreciation of improvements to leasehold property 2311,302 126,236 ,5 5104 6 :97 54,648 511 9,613,5 24,7147 15 667
Depreciation of undistributed property .........
Total ..........................................10,596,790 4,054,112 3143,637 1,626,955 2,0114,320 2,356,717 4,185,261 513,933 506,091 1,501,134 101,532 1.555,571
Depreciation adjustment ..............................r 2i11 65 CrO1 2 r. 10876 Dr. 149.060 Cr. 394 2Or. 62,952 Dr.JLI 49.9ar, 1r 2,2 rO.o r. 23I.614 C..631U Cr..J15,99
Grand total .................. 10,35,425 3,956,314 332,761 1,577,795 2,i0145,929 2,293,765 14135,276 511,605 50.690 1,1477,460 101,901 1.539,620









TABLE 31.--AVERAGE NUMBER, TOTAL COMPENSATION, AND AVERAGE COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES, BY CLASSES, CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS CARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940

Summaries by districts and regions
Item Eastern district
All Southern
districts Total New Middle Retaorgocotlkt-ey ... ........ ....
Eastern England Atlantic Cenral region Western r en Mid-W Southwestern M
district region $ region Wstrn
Number of carriers represented ....................... .135 71 7 38 26 24 0 1 6
AVERAGE NUMBER
Equipment maintenance and garage:
superviery employees ............................... 34 1o 11 7 7 10
Others .............................................. 4,210 1,564 117 a 61; 99? 1,64 17
Transportation: 79
Supervisory employees .............................. 531 2314 22 131 81 114 183 13
Drivers of passenger-revenue vehicles ......9,122 3,887 328 1,7286
thers............................................ 292 5 100
Or1 189 52 75 10 14
Station employees ..................... ..................3,267 1,029 122 373 5314 802 1,1436 14i 9 64
Traffic, solicitation, and advertising employees .... 393 871 1 41 99 207
Insurance and safety employees ...................... ... .51 2 a 9 5
Administrative and general:
General officers ........................................289 i14 22 79 3122
Others ............................................ ...... ...1,853 759 88 303 3 X 7 7. 10k.
Total, all employees ........................... 20,312 8,025 725 3,594 3,706 4,58 7,699 779 1.01132
TOTAL COMPENSATION
Equipment maintenance and garage:
Supervisory employees .............................. l....715,588 336,137 $2, l131,084 $1,,315 158,012 1221,39 $19,701 $26,462
Others ............................................ 6,215,842 2,33,86 197, 28 126,651 967,772 1,185,504 2,596,47Z 320,114 332.,2g 1...........
Transportation: 7
Supervisory employees ...............................1, 284, 03 576,7146 52,611 3,86220,259 279,699 1428,051 141,379 88,775 96
Drivers of pasenger-revenue vehicles ....... 7,108,147 7,178,621 569,10i4 ,01,6,86 3,562,653 3,618'6.6 6,265,712 76 8 ,0
Others ............................................. ,,3 2,122 3.11 77,.713 1,231 ,163 6l,3 2
Station employees ........................................3, .309 1,17,400 134,099 ,ll 611,190 756.549 1,68,360 138,63 2339, 6
Traffic, solicitation, and advertising employees (98,948 182,680 11,857 86,8814 83,939 191,699 1414,569 54 9'I1 ,7
Insurance and safety employees ...................... 111,975 11,520 2,569 8,95 118,211 5,
Administrative and general:
General officers .................................... .2,1 1,11706 25,5l 577 437 27,.0 630,66o 59,902
Others ............................................ o 25,770 ,514157,1 37 359662'6017, 509o,0 ;6,;
Total, all employees ........................... .34,654,470 14,325,421 1,1430.676 6,318,598 6.576,147 7,00,164 13,44,885 1,1480899 1,86,314 4,908.420 331,57 4,8
AVERAGE COMPENSATION
Equipment maintenance and garage: Supervisory employees ..................................2,1 $2,110 02,249 62,341 $2,1470 $2,165 $2,1433 *2,814 $2 616 $ 162$,
Others ............................................ 1...... 6, 1,556 1,68 1,547 1,543 1:19 1,575 1,850 170o4 113
Supervisory employees ............................... .2,119 2.465 2,391 2,320 2,719 2,44 2,339 3,183 2,276 2,222 16123
Drivers of passenger-revenue vehicles .............1,876 1.8147
Others ............................................. 1,101 1,328 3 1 76 1,553 1,0 1 3 1212 2,812 1- ,
Station employees .........................................,094 1,1145 1,099 1.161 1,1145 914 1,141 1,217 1 178 998 1,366 2
Traffic, solicitation, and advertising employees ... 2,033 2,100 2,371 2,119 2,047 1,936 2,051 2,178 2,p814 2,0 ,20 21
Insurance and safety employees .................... ...2,196 1,920 .1285 2, 238 2096 2,375 2,853 2,4132
Administrative and general:
General officers ................................... 7,458 7.56 11,388 7,309 ,460 7,14 a .O 6 800 6...-0 10 36.......
Others ............................................ 1,386 1,437 2,127 1,288 .395 1 1,25 1 ,0 06,803
1____ 1,2 1,438 ,0 1, 46 1, 2158146
Total, all employees .................... 1,716 1.785 Z973 1,758 1774 1,5143 1.747 1,91 1,48 1
_/ This table does not include drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purchased transportation service.




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TABLE }$.--OPERATING STATISTICS CiASS I HOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS
CARRIERS ENGAGED PPONDERANTLY IN INTERCITY SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DOEMBER 31, 1940


Bsumarles by districts and regions

Item Eastern district Booth Western district
41edsits ase ng and a central region Wystern Northwestern idm.eter Boutheestern Moto i acift1
district region region region dietrict region region region raI on regla
Number of carrier represented ................... 134 70 7 37 26 24 40 1 6 20 3 10
Number of owned vehicles operated:
Busses operated to interoity coonO carrier service
(reu l r o eg.......... 6,020 2,215 148 967 1,100 1,s38 2,467 219 288 1,031 61 868
Bosses operated exclusively in Irregular Intercity
service (special, including charter or sightCeoing ) ru es r .. 149 129 21 91 17 8 12 2 3 7
dosbnation bstokvhoe prtdi os
city Orvioe....................................... 2 2 2-Buse p ,:Idinloa service ................... ..18 go-512 3 -3-Vehioles. oerated exolusivsly In baggage, saal,
express, and/or newspaper service ........*****.* 7 7 2 5
Total vehiles .................................. 6,361 2,524 169 1,116 1,239 1.346 2.491 219 295 1,041 68 ag6
Miles operated by owned vehicles (inal. nonrevenu):
Busses operated in intercity 50mon carrier service
egularr a) ...................... 440,025,909 146,610,894 10,211,556 52,844,101 83,555.237 114,302.611 179,112,404 19,464,198 19.850,786 77.241,618 5.356,733 57,199,069
Busses operated to Irregular Intercity serhice
(Speon al, Including charter Or sighsig).... 9,363,625 5,478,731 513,644 3,100,585 1,864,502 1,338.837 2,546,o57 373,734 274,020 896,876 179,907 821,520
Combnation bus-truck vehicles operated in inter.
city sevse................ .................... 862,21 -. 24 82,240-B.sse orated in local servios. ....................79141 6.380,436 L 0,7 .7,6 98,;75 1.98,975;
Vehicles operated exclusively In baggage naell 0,7 5.T61
express, and/or newspaper servio ...............** 301,592 301,592 35.520 266,o .
Total miles ................................... 456352,777 158,470,061 10,725,2o 56,751,461 90,993,400 115,6414148 182,241,268 19,837,932 20,359,301 78,486,806 5,536,64o 58,020,589
Miles operated by leased vehicles (Inol. nonrsvenue):
Buses operated In Intercity common carrier service
(regular routes ............................... 24.807,795 16.420,162 2,661,898 10,338,311 3,419,953 3,300,401 5,087,232 45,548 2,282,721 1,622,670 31,132 1,105,161
Busses operated In Irregular intercity service
(special, Including charter or sightseeing) 733,766 669,178 169,355 351.328 148,495 11,163 53,425 87 48,964 -4374
Combination bus-truck vehicles Operated in intel'.
Oty sevc...................................... ---- ---Busss orated in local service................... 275,392 275,392 261,904 13,488
aIsbiole perated exclusively In baggage, nail,
express, and/or newspaper service ...........
Total miles ................................. 25,816,953 17,364,732 3,093.157 10,703,127 3,568,448 3,311,564 5,140,657 45,635 2,331,685 1,622,670 31,132 1,109,535
Puel used by owned interoity revenue equipment:
Gasoline (gallons).............................. 85123,114 31,172,575 2,3149759 12,761,410 16,o61,46 20,501,700) 3314149.539 3,773,286 1,293,727 13, 140,27 9214,752 11,057,647
Other fuel (gallons) .......................... ...2.81:75,616 917,622 9:199 273,387 600,036 792,709 1,165,205 1145,871 8,136 07,183 6614,012
Lubricating oil used by owned interoity revenue
equipment:
(Quarts) ........................................ 4,087,968 1,474,907 93,560 626,127 755,220 1,079,546 1,533,515 146,659 125,467 855.056 66,831 339,488
Member of intercity revenue passengers earned (regu
lar route 2..................................... 124,994,477 53,243,560 3,402,755 28,047,141 21,793,664 32,350,323 39,400,594 3,819,041 3,268,159 14,866,175 629,457 16,617,762
(oshr of Intercity revenue passengers carried
special service Inluding charer or sightseeing) 2,620,393 1,808,256 282,278 889.435 636,543 272,719 539,418 115,637 51,728 132,768 63,948 175,337
number of revenue passengers carried in Local service
I excludes ransfer passengers) ..................... 12,410,416 11,885,692 622,838 1,790,964 9,471,890 514,24 %a4,724
Number of Iloroity passengers carried free
includingg employes) ............................. 702,864 222,749 12,326 103,44 106,989 162,212 317,903 46,256 11,592 204,048 9,120 46,887
Total number of passengers carried ............ 140,728,150 67,160,257 4,320,197 30,830.974 32,009,086 32,785,254 40,782.639 3,980,934 3,856,203 15,202,991 702,525 17,039,986
Passenger revenue from regular route Interoity
servmice.................... ............10514114,763 639.2 ,405 63,065,.617 416,016,556 62.0176,:192 026,77109 $39.143a.949, 14,681,966 95,07926 114,332,615 0795,822 *114,967,620
Passenger .revenue ir i: local service ............. eo s.1324,4 31 1,291,28 so o1 151,. s1o02 33,150 33,150 a s
Pasensr revenue from special interoity service
(in ng Charter or sightseeing) ................ 3,495,283 2,228,346 336,807 1,216,912 674,627 473,238 793,699 119,353 103,096 249,8t 42,849 278,574
Total passenger revenue ....................... 110234,477 42.778,032 3,456.625 17,384,516 21,936,891 27,190,647 40,265,798 4,80,319 5,194,172 14,582,442 838,671 14,8146,194
Total expenes includingg depreciation and operating
taes and ruts) .................................. 97,810,10? 39,249,680 3,362,752 16,310,415 19,576,513 22,740,137 35,820,290 4,067,660 4,851,198 13,187,119 854,146 12,860,167


Number of miles per owned vehicle per anual
Intercity service (regular and irregular routes)
including, spolal, charter, and sightseeing ... 72.84 6,W 646 6 7 85,915 17 050 5,569 81,1421 66,4
Loca service...................................... 35.953 35.44 3:,10 : U:32 9095315

Intercity serie vehigle-ailes pr allon of fuel
(owned vehicles)i................................ ..5,11 4.74 4.48 4.29 5.13 5.43 5.26 5.06 4.69 5.71 5.99 4.95
Intercity service vehicle-alice per quart of lubr1
eating oil (owned vehicles) .................*.**** 110 103 115 89 113 107 119 135 161 92 83 171
Average sare per passenger:
Intersty series* tregular moute).................. 84 60. 6091 901 0. 6 0 6 1001 9.2 0188.64 *.64.6
Speolal, charter, and sightseeing service *l.3119 O," 11435 zi1 816
Local c ~ ................................... oi l 01.14 1,14 1 i10s 3.8 ..67. 0
Passenger revenue pST vehole-eiles
Int*rcity psrvioe tregular roots) ....................022 8241 *23 o2 p2 ..2' .11 asg43.59018 3.18

I os "w 11:::::.:::::: #:"s :l #0:9231 10:32l :i2 V.22'1 eltk 9:@ 9:t 8:2 E i
Special, charter, end'slhts o* serupeaes.ar 0.1 sa .219 aeee

,gpene per vhoeie. .........................9.0 90r3 *.13 9.12 6.0 11 6.9 021 01.
Exese per revenue pmas r ...... ...... 10.5024 U071 10.131 90.611 .:Jl h0.8 1,0. 6 9 80.871 RA1.72

9/ 10l figures Include Meenes ofrepertig Yehls Is ntercity seric and Is 1001a serls; thee empenses are not asparabl*, comparisons Of revenue and expense per intercity vehielsalle are therefore
subject to qwmallleaties. parisawlz where tue isee ravasee ISsa large pert ef theatotal revemmee.










TABLE 36.-PERLTING STATISTICS CLASS I MOTOR CARRERBB OF PASSENGERS 2N IEROITY SERVICE
GABiIlERB REPORTING PASBENBER-NELES
(THESE CARRIERS ARE INCLUDED IN PRECEDING TABLES)
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by districts and region.
Eastern ditriot Western di2rlst
dist Al t o n En nda Central roin wetm Northweatern ..iWsmen Sou etert
anser Engt, rAtlareiotila district region reIon reion it t t regon regon reg iono
Number of carriers represented *********.************ 24 10 2 1 7 7 7 1 1 3
Number of owned vehioles operated:
Busses operated in interoity comon carrier service
(B a route.) ..u ..vey ....rrgu ....n... 3,025 1,095 d8 327 680 787 1,143 219 33 365
Banoe. operated enalvaly In Irregular lnt aroity
service. (opea1al, including carter or eighteeIng) ..............1...............14 10 10 1 3 3
Combination bus-trunk vehicles operated in inter.
osity ervine....... ......2 2
Buses. operated In local service . . 96 6 g_6
Vehicles operated exclusively in baggage, mail, empress, and/or newspaper service ....************- 5 5 5
Total vehicles ..............................,. 3,142 1,201 as 327 786 788 1,153 219 33 372 1 913
Miles operated by owned vehicles (Inol. nounrevenue):
Busses operated in intercity -n.on carrier service
(rg ular r ueter1.s*237,376 81,837,01 6,21,004 21,785,799 53,850,215 72,714,545 91,645,813 19,464,198 3.oca.552 32,106,076 811,96 36. M,1
Busses Operated in ire3lrine:jysevn
special Inluding charter or sighteing) .. 3,144,880 1,600,084 92,632 580,457 926,995 50,35 1,014,441 373,734 41,627 190.616 42.333 366.,31
Combination bus-trunk vehicles Operated in intercity se-ice ................2...0.......... 12- 82,240 -22
BS .. n perated in local service ......1.. 4,688,012 4,688,012e -4,688,02. -Veaile operated exclusively In baggage, mail, express, and/or newspaper service ***** 2 02...... 266,072 266,072 P-..
Total miles ................................... 254,418,5#o 88,125,114 6,293,636 22,366,256 59,465,222 73,284,900 93,008,566 19,837,932 3,050,179 32,645,oo00 5301 36,6t1,150
Miles operated by leased vehicles (innl. nnnrevenue):
Bues Bperated in intercity common carrier serwio
(ru lar routes) ...... .... 5,655,511 2,159,903 98,371 253,267 1,808,265 2,440,717 1,054,891 45.548 3,805 493.197 19.275 493,06
Buss4s Operated In irregular Intercity service
(special, including charter or sightseeing) ..... 650 563 87 87
coabination bus-trok vehicles operated in interem, yervi. ................... .--- ---Bses Operated in local service.::::::.....
Vehiles operated exclusively in baggage, mail, express, and/sr newspaper srI .................
Total ils ................................... 5,656,161 2,159,903 98,371 253,267 1,808,265 2,441,280 1,054,978 45,635 3,805 493,197 191275 493.066
Fuel used by sined intercity revenue equipment:
Oterful(gllns.........................2 69 79 7,132 7 6 AN: N
Ote ul(galons)..................17~ 0 16,217, 241517 1991929 33~97 3~6:6 9,:e 73 974 I
Lubricating oil used by owned interoity revenue
equipment (quarts) ................................ 2,055,992 704,234 42,950 156,734 504,550 665,948 685,810 146,659 13,658 310,604 13,668 201,2m1
Number of intercity revenue paeangers carried
(regular route) ...... assngr cr..57,369,995 15,853,843 871,996 4,667,244 10.314,603 19,958.670 21,557,482 3,919,041 571,879 5,618,549 139,297 11,408,716
B=ber nf Intercity revenue passengers s arr159,0ed34 0,6
(special service including charter or sightseeing) 718,690 380,333 9,576 74,663 296,094 89,960 248,397 115,637 7,190 39,601 56
Number of revenue passengers carried in local service
(enlude. transfer passenger) ....... 8,233,764 8.233,764 8,233,764
Number of lmteuaity passengers carried free (inolud.
ing employes) .................................... 313,109 84,133 3,607 21,230 59,296 105,488 123,48 46,256 2,400 50,539 1.211 23,ose
Total number of passengers carried ............ 66,635,558 24,552,073 885.179 4,763,137 18,903.757 2o,154,11s 21,929,367 3,980,934 581,429 5,70s,689 145,855 11,512,460
Number nr usgular route Interoity paseenger-miles ... 4,320,772,106 1,510,834,723 128,978,781 408,544,951 973,310,991 1,394,533,871 1,415,403,512 302,932,919 39,761,663 461,637,174 l11024,441 600,047,315
Passenger revenue from regular route intercity
s i e........................... .....i...i...6:::n:::: 0 1 2,o $1,760,744 5,922,266 *14,331,02 e187924,699 .2 384,966 satise sassa 6se%15o as y,72
Pasnger revenue from local service .....................93,551019378514699- 93,85145,63
Passenger revenue from special Interoity service
includingg charter or sightseeing) ................ 1,137,747 568,905 31,773 192,354 344,778 226,018 342,824 119,353 11,821 74,297 11,582 125,771
Total passenger revenue ..................... 65,150,450 23,521,271 1,792,517 6,114,620 15,614,134 19,040,717 22,588,462 4,804,319 672,963 7,150,951 210,738 9,749, T
Total expenses includingg depreciation and operating
taxes and rents) .................................. 55,753,505 20,732.930 1,803,473 5,438,373 13,491,01 15,633,148 19,387,47 4,067,660 553,448 6,310,656 210,320 S.&5,343
AVERAGES
Number of miles per owned vehicle per annus:
Intercity aervice (regular and irregular routes)
including special, charter, and eightsesing *** 82,061 75,509 71,519 68,398 79,387 93,001 5 909 a
Local service ................................... .48,833 8833 44,m3

Intercity service vehicle-mlles per gallo of fuel
(owned weqle .................... 4.97 4.86 4.54 4.81 4.93 5.07 4.99 5.06 5.05 5.19 4.13 4*S2
Intercity service vehlole-lse per quart of lubriBating oil (owned vehicles) .. ...... 121 118 147 143 109 110 136 135 223 105 63 102
Passenger revenue per intercity passenger-mile ...... $o.0146 o.0146 0.00137 #0.0145 *0.0147 $0.013 40.0157 *0.0155 *0,0166 to.0153 00.0161 $D.0160
Average fare per passenger:
intercity service regular route ............. 1201 126 1 094 *02.2
Special, charter, an sightnseing series ... A114 *331 257 11:6 329 1.032 16318
LLa esreLs........................................ 11 :114 2,
Passenger revenue per vehisle-alle:
Intercity service regular ~dt 10 260.D76
Special, charter, an ih~ oetng se.Orisso,:::: E12 3%W 1 E27C45!6V 9V3 Aak
Lo1jk servios .................................0 123939g 7
Passngerallos per passenger earried--Interoity
".o.:i:........................... ..................7 1i47.9 87.5 i6e5 ii79.2
Pagenger-allse per vtoals nd *en --Iatereoty service a n 1t e 19 17 19 15 rs 13 1 te 9fr
Eipense per vehisle-alle r.:*L14 0.14
Expense per revenue Paes := No14:6


y/ Baai* tlguree iaclude expesnses of oersating vehiles Is ianselty seorss sand is lecal semvis.; these expenses noe msosparable. toeparieson of evenues and expasse par latsekty Veadsle-811e Roe therefore
$03"s~t te quaifisatien, partl*Ulasey where the lecal rswsnnuo ie a large part of the total revenue.







TABLE 37.-ABSTRAOT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I NOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS HAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER 6500,000 A.-OARRIERS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN INTEROITE SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECEMER 31, 1940


Number of owned Vehicle miles (including nonrovenue) unber of revenue rota N"" r--r ti""e,"""
Total vehicles operated I Owned vehicles Leased vehicles passengers carried Passenger revenue o a Z Averag
Name of carrier Including operating deprecia s e Revenue per e er pe
intangible Intercity Local Interoity Local lateretty Local Interoity Local Interoity Local revenues ion and income ice Tale psnge vehicle- ehicleproperty) service service service service service service service service service orvieg nuae pensation Intee mol
r~~eats) amervicece N* a
Total, all districts ..................... 870,053,347 4,302 io4 337,263,836 5,054.470 14,645,992 261,904 86,440,109 9,791,360 $85,889,445 $1,052,118 99,834,325 $75,206,397 $14,608,727 19,a30,168 15,3415 26,553,33697 4o.994 go.44 to.11
New England region............2,128,5.55 941 7,4106,211 2d5608 261,9011 2N 9J 62,838 2,6041,118 511,161 2,712,9L5 2,1112,737 ?O18 2695 55 9247 1 6
ddeAtlantic region.........8 92 0:971:559 2,903 3,531,019 7 46, J7952 ,, :
Central region ...........................2 79,556 503 10 372 1 ,652,592 31199 1603 '": 59 .963.6 1,27,3 35 9&15 858 s
Total, Eastern district .............. 23,145,388 1,389 101 101,751,027 4,855,495 9,517,576 261,904 28,525,527 9,266,636 28,905,32 1,018,968 30,671,085 26,104,599 1,250,973 2,743,266 5,273 9,335,667 73.255 1.013 .260 .227
Southern region ........................ 16,317,207 1,041 94,797,307 2,789,411 26,216,064 23,536,273 24,213,043 19,482,523 4.721.590 3218,007 3,865 6,082,399 ,064 s89 .241 .200
611;.798 16 7 3, 72 52171 1,94,3 9 805.,64607 1,.201,0
Northwestern region .....................3,644,L99 219 ~ 79~ 19,7 61n 3,9~1,7 18~3 15'~66 .~1074 48 024 77 :21
Mid-Weaesr region ......................65 ;,93 2 59,71291 52,2 107091 11332 96211 ~,'0 2,11 3,6,3.27
Southwestern region .....................9950828 5 51:983,92 ,1:4' 10,123,316:3:46 1,9,6 .241 L.so61 q4 1 10" 56F.20
aciioun region .................. 13,311,643 773 52,224,879 891,972 15,297,792 13,858,229 14,549,196 11,865,083 2,68,113 1,788,163 2,69 4,496,90 67 .906 261 .22
Total, Wectern district .............. 30,590,752 1,872 3 140,715,502 198,975 2,339,005 31,698,518 524,724 33,447,740 33,150 34,950,197 29.319,275 5,636,164 3,868,895 6,207 11,135,270 75,169 1.055 *234 *2o5
NEW ENGLAND REGION
New England Greyhound Lines, Inc........ 1,593, 169 70 5,141,211 9 7 738,93 1, 65 1,5 ,001 1,3 484 197,517 128,51142 261 414,255 73,446 2 *299 *256
Short Line, Inc ............... .....23~ 19'5- 4903 622,83 62 Ri58*g rk.,2 I 101,511 1512 16~
Trailways of Now England, 9n........3 9 211 226,0 2,0 235,12 3 113591 5C,8 7 P 1'5 103 166,351 9 5 ,.796
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Blue Ridge Transportation Co. ............ 3773 35 2,139,0 294,593 797,895 711,655 72690 ,2 166,3 117771 132 219,655 61,1122
Central Greyhound Lines, In, (Ohio) 6,633,2 327 22,?66,256 25,267 41,90 6,114,620 6,25,3,373 820, 168,300 1,318 2,37705W 682
Edwards Motor Transit Co., Ino. ........ 309 2, 2,994 ,155 ,99 521,685 53 508,20 25, 14, 166106
Hudeon Transit Lines, Inc ... 1 39 2,71,489 515,073 572,320 97 29 g66,103 19, 6 9 96 3,167
Nockland Coaches, Inc ........................:752 62 161'-- 1 2,1,3 7659- 70,12;,02,11 2 1 1
Nueo 6rni 2 12,472315,L439 1,2 70.9. 7o,51 .50328 9315 370~9 104 26357 ,1 7133
White Star Lines, Inc .......................77,89 110 1 1,8116,821 2,903 231,515 1:1,3 1,2 -,8 652 53,5.75 9:61 1,9I10 15,1 17":2'.20:1
CENTRAL REGION
All American Bus Lines, In. .............. 359,144 36 4,219,5 591,906 5, 1 1,027,65 1,03 120 9,983 33,137 17,968 208 28 ,516 117,210 17.Z .214 .208
Capitol Greyhound Lines ................... 52,725 35 ,- 15,782 .9 767,0 3 7 12 ,885 1052 65,831 4 169, 3 872.
Eastern Michigan Motorbuses .............. 1, 92800 82 96 4,688,012 145 1, 7 8,233,76 1,32 2 937,851 2,371,381 20 60 1,2
Illinois Greyhound Lines, Inc. ............111, 3 3 3,- 533795b 629 4 9 7 222.872 169139153 119,719 90,94 1.793 .244.191
Ohio Greyhound Lines, Inc... .... 7913,76 37- 1,11,3- 19 243 198,497 136,886 j1, 77
Penn Bue Co................... 61 8 30 176,752 713,201 24 529 73 14,098 22,914 1 10, 7 5 .205 .231 2
Penn-Ohio Coach LInes Co.................. 3 0 1 2, 161,580 p -3,399,905 1, 029 26301 1,152, 41,577 198,117 194 p 244 4as 677, 9
Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines, In. .........7,,998 : 7 5,3- 9,6 517- 9,835,76 8,12 ,277 1,681,058 1,18276 1,567 2,816,718 77, 15.276 2
Santa Fe Trails of Illinois, Inc. ........ 378 -, 573, 703, 7 779,980 8,051 98 16757 110,231 122
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantle Greyhound Corpu .............. 4,46o900 282 28s469,039 42,:74 7,P92,3- 7,593,7167, 50 6,261,161 1,0022 682:872 1,047 1,838 499 100 954 .969 .245 .217
Carolina Coach Cc. ....................... 526,112 78 977,3 1 271 1,57,3821, 1 1,os,31a 977,067 107, 3 71,7- 163 283,592 63,809 .565 .23 .1g
Atlntc reyoud crp.............11,16,90 82 9- 11,9702 50 72,3764.832 2,56,261,11 07,11 71, 41,17 ,3819 1086
Dixie Greyhound Lines, Inc. ............... 2,156 475 107 8,9,112 48 ,Boa 2,3 6 2, 33 2,505, 2 1,911 589, 361,1 98 608,076 83,861 1.02
Florida Motor Lines Corpn. ............... 1,1,3 84 9, ,691 140 237 1,15,658 2, 290 2,297,5 1, 736 510,806 391,02 407 576,947 11,c00 1. *2340
Queen City Coach Co. ...................... 5,2 71 5,3,001 16 1,8 720 ,028 951, ,005 106,022 68,269 168 225,881 72,73 .504 .1.1
Riohmond-Greyhound Lines, Inc. ............1,18,107 27 2,70,096 767,75 046 ,794 919,27 59,622 329,625 235,360 82 153,190 loo,3oo 1.30 .2 170
Southeastern Greyhound Lines ............. 2,811,146 198 17,919,103 299,508 5.1 546 503- 4, 49 772,739 775,710 58.855 870 1,25585 902 .207
Teho Lines, Inc. .........................1,899,717 109 9,309,05 335,32 277732 2,6- 2, 8 72 923,11 9,335 3 3 15 97 .277
Tennessee Coach C. ........................88,661 45 3,535,15 53,00 1,190,0 7 1,393 ,6 17,157 116748 112 178,2 7 566 6 70
Onion Bu Co. ............................. 646:439 37 1,282,7 79,19 971,092 1,017,05 1,0 ,oos 200,526 132,377 185 290,705 115,750 1.7 193
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Northland Greyhound Lines, In .*.......... 36,44798 219 19,837,932 45,635 3,934,678 4,804,319 4,921,734 4,067,660 854,074 585,302 779 1,480,899 90,584 1.221 .242 .205
MID-WESTERN REGION
Interstate Transit Lines ................ 3,173,388 195 3 13,618,588 198,975 346,099 1,763,703 524,724 3. 31.283 33,150 3,588,157 3,14,673 447,40 326,129 678 1,262,372 69,839 1.917 242 222
Jeofferson Transportation Co. ............ 510,095 33 3,050,179 3,805 579,029 '72,963 697.748 553,448 14300 lo,461 127 239,004 92,1430 1.162 .220 ,181
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Bowen Motor Coache ...................... 935,907 119 8,751,830 22,665 1,351,971 317,925 1,408,635 1,266,705 141.255 108,901 295 444,588 ,545 9.154 .144
Missouri Pacific Transportation Co........ 3,6 073 142 9,119399 49,800 2,11,80 1, 29628 1,12127 1,565,899 r. Dr. I o020 521.829 6221 .152
Oklahoma Transportation Co. ............... 48 3,03,312 48,002 ,952 111 193 5868 5 1 12 203,66 6 652 ;6 182 1 3
Southwestern Greyhound L lines, In c .... 3,071,454 213 76- 442,027 2,38,7586 6, 6 5, 1 787 4, 46 1,192, 14 824121, 1,049 1,898,481 lo5, 1z 5 .24 .203
Tri-State Transit Go. of Louisiana 8, 7-7 1, 878 1,722,620 1, 470 1011,523 69,341 378 587,451 65,75 .700 .194.
PACIFIC REGION
North Coast Transportation Cc .. 1 69-1 90 3.6 2, 9 10 2095 8, 33 9'1 1,390 316 31 76 71o~ -74 .271 .2
ninPfcSa gs In............72,8 1 ,29 ,77:539 1 ,7 1,661,05 1,2 3,6 61769 2,858,7 6200
Pacific Greyhound Lines .......::: 97 663 -,o66 1938 9 7 1:209551 S$2 180' 21O 1,3 1 1,73 31661'6 6.4 .23.0
ionl Paii Stp, n ......... 75,0 6:4 1?65' 1211771 18,457 206 172 1
Washington Motor Coah Co., Inc. ......... 1 0 26 8, 1, 89, 1 1,22,061 1,090,6 161,455 107,849 238 ,06 7,0 1.84 .241 .221

See footnotes at and of table.








TABLE 37.--ABSTAOT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROMK THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL OB I MOTOR 0CARRIERS 0F PAB5ENERS RATING OPERATING REVEIUZ3 OVER 6500,000 .- AP.ISS ENGAGED PREPONDERANTLY IN LOCAL OR 3USRWA SERVICE
YEAR ENDED DECD4SE 31, 19140

________________ (inoludIng nonroenu aa5D~p carried
Name of carrier Tnol Lub~~ocal Ieile.~nert Loa Inete aer revenu oein dereis? Y.tl aft r iter Passnge
in nteroityt oit Local Intercity Internand
0rpr" arie crIc rve -Tries sevi service servie evc service tereeand ee Average Ttl Ml.pr Rvnapr -propery) nor service servie serve taxs andnumber compensation evhil- Vsl
~~~~~~~~~rents) Ill."10_Al_._.Al_____sAl oejw
Total, all districts ............. 111,1415,776 1,129 713 37,226,151 25,753,166 1,596,097 276,816 63,630,390 106,1141,709 $9,408,005 *7,064,519 116,625,64 415,266,231 61,115,226 $363,6551 3,502 t6,787,905 324.191 4-9 0 02
Now England reglon ...993,375.. 140 -O 2:60 146 - 2,669,25 549.51 159,29 4 6&S 30 6j;. 1 226 54c oA .20
Middle Atlantic region 7,9..9,2.7 97g742,3,6 77660 15509 1,0 ,5552 9 9 95557~~ 796 ~ 5o~s :~
Central region ...........................,9394 97 2~ 33 4 ,3 7,9,19 6:0 5.13,9,:59 01: 23;6,1 f777 132,7 3. 303:9 2 9
Total, Eastern district.... ......1,731 1,01 6692,07,99 2,55,62 1,55,09 76,16 57,35092 91,62,05761415,56 ,17,10214,92,52 13,11,03995,175 214,31 3375 5,69,59.2044
l b r h e t r n r g o . . . .... . . . . . . . 1-1 -, 4 5 T 9 2 3 -- -Sodutern region............................... go 2,9,- 2.5539 5,- ,9 9,9,1

Nouthweetern region ........................ ..... --- ---------
Rocky Mountain region ...................... ..... --Pail ein................215,6145 142 17 2,506,263 512,014 995 1,022,909 1,922,049 36e,971 127,94 515,921 506,731 10,190 5,768 131 233,1452 56,24p.6.1 15
Total, Western district .....................216,645 42 17 2,506,263 512,0114 995 1,022,909 1,922,049 362,574 127,9145 515,921 505,731 30,190 5,760 131 233,1452 56,242 11.4w5
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston, Worcester & Now York Street Ry. Co. 993.375 40 2,160,946 -- 2,669,25 5149,519 559,238 453,966 75,272 30,631 137 226,362 54,o24n6."22
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
See Line, Inc ..................................499,525 57 ,7,2 65333- 76,015 0144 65,002 52,7U 15 29g:212 g,3
Garden State Line, In. 19,0 4 ,5,0 5.5 ,4715 5,192 507,5 5,275 526,12 5,59 R. 91 Dr. 9.714 014
Jersey City A Lyniiuret Bus OIn.......1762 54 111.8 57 25,0003-4x 51,6254 ?a ~ 1 8 5160 .104 ~ .2425,11 tu ,U ...
Nort:1h 54or Su3c4n.......... 1.1 4k 7c' 915 51160 5,2955 10,0701 5,9-~ 1595 1,61: 2,5,6 0
'O5 79,3,9
Soten enylal ueC.............7,144 1 5 620 2611,29 151, -15,5 3,2320 in 62 14 5 ,0000,3 ~ 15 2245
Vale Mtr r .et o........7.......77461415 50 1 559677,7?- 15 5,9 ,6,37,2622,9,9*373T,00 59693 73322,61 5 36,5


'62,1 1 2,a,7 2'~04
Oregonc Motr c S t es. .. .. .. .. .. .2 56 142 17 ,5 6,263 Z' 51,0 1 4 7 990 27 1 1,022,90 1,2,04 36,74 1794 1 2 0 301905,75,13 23515 564 21
~ ~~I O Lo a1re b a:ar e s a e t o e c o s l r h o e o t a nn a2vr3 e e u e a s e e c r i d o2es t a 0 c n / S~ m t a 5 a t l e u S d i e s o e i ia a s a e p t e e c r ~ r, 1a p 1 c e S ~ t ~ W R m







TABLE 38.-ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF
BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS RAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER 500,000
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940
Inerit ohol-li@5(icudngnorveue ong of ubar o revenue
Principal type of service s Number of vehicles owned Interoity vehiole-miles includingg fonrevenue) nei Number of
Name of earner (not Trooks revenue tonmileo vty casse reumbr rte
Property & Passenger including and trckbito Owned Leased Owned Leased Owned freight interoity Interolty Local tereIy
1 t g tractors bus-trucks equipment equipment equipment equipment bus-truaks carried service service srviceNEW ENGLAND REGION
Boston A Maine Transportatios Co.................A Intercity $432,219 10 30 2425 12001 1,356,075 2,145,933 1- 7 322Oi g8 2 3J:84 6
Rew England Transportation Co .................. .A ?neot ,3,5 203 15 3,S4,3 -/ 515,1 348721 57 2 4~,1
Total .................................... 2,270,276 213 145 4,052,921 6,509,994 2,145.933 533,816 5,240,410 1,236,240
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Harmony Short Line Motor Transportation Co. A Interoity 294,599 11 60 276,161 2,542,715 7,500 11,838 2667
Lehigh Valley Transportation Co. .............. Local 5,517 1 1, 8 3 81,9
Reading Transportation Co. .................... A Intercity 28,999 57 38 1,134,353 J/ 1,224 69,812 30 926,216 1
Total ....................................1,137,115 83 i84 1,410,514 5,620,927 81,650 8,074,930 5,413,692
SOUTHERN REGION
Tamiant Trail Tours, Ino...................... A Interoity 199,732 55 23 965,697 578 1,454,709 2,325 26,641 1/ 310,798 /
MID-WESTERN REGION
Burlington Transportation Co .....................A Intercity 2,063,613 111 139 3930,205 it 13,283,459 148,027 105,633 1/ 1089 44 126,536,673
Santa Fe Trail Transportation Co ..................A Intercity 3,539,977 200 177 4:0973,999 ',977 10,131,618 2,3 A,74 128,875 19,gi57,758 1,8962,693 173,289,910
Total .................................... 5,603,590 315 316 8,904,204 27,415,077 2,467,775 234,508 2,952,537 299,825,583

SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Prison Transportation Co. ..................... A Interoity 201,663 53 601,789 2,420,115 4,863 604,666 94,163 10,829,337 72,305 1,611,317
ROEY MOUNTAIN REGION
Northern Pasiflo Traprt Go ....................A Inieroity 283,245 34 12 1 121976 3295 32,2 ,545 2;.o5 4,25 3/4,52
Ric Grande Motor Way, Inn .......... ..............A lnt ratty 445,007 51 23 lb 187,1 119,6 1,326,908 41,679 63o,391 38,493 5,070.,111 161i,92 14,3K4I34
Total ..................................... 728,256 85 35 25 3,092,976 152,607 1,648,029 47,224 go5,447 80,218 209,144
PACIFIC REGION
Santa Fe Transportation Go. (Calif.) .......... A Interoity 846,602 26 37 150,839 3/ 4,o58,1o6 3/ 14,924 3/ 717,728 59,973,031



TABLE 38.--ABSTRACT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS RAVING OPERATING REVENUES OVER $500,000 Continued
TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Operating revenues Expense for purchased Operation and
transit nationn maintenance expenses Depreiation Net Net Ioose, Emplsyees 4}
Name of carrier Freight service Pasenger service Total and operat- carrier after vra nu r Tol coS sensation
omon Contrast Paenr e operatng t ervo segir Property Passenger ing taxes operating income Freight Passenger Freight Passngr
carrier narrier renu reeu reeus Frihaew t and rents inoon. taxes sevs Siervi.9s sev~
revenue sevieverionerioesrvo
HER ENGLAND REGION
Boston A Maine Transportation Co ... .9,50 9234,7 975864 7764 $ 9i6g,o66 Sqg:41o 96,482 $688,M6 15341 80~ ~ *743i~ 225 $31 $3s
New England Transportation Co .................. 538 6 94,803 1,079,809 579 2 ,27 ,53 3,0 1,989 .269,11 210.9 251 W., ,4%7 51:7
Total .................................... 2,003,236 328,979 1,845,673 135,465 4,384,599 302,590 8,471 1,958,403 1,367,252 847,242 211,702 174,834 662 476 1,220,385 848,398
MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
LHighm lly Short Ln o TransportationMorLieo Co. .. 1,59- 8189 61,054 75840 Cr 119 6,232 14, 24 79:512 14,113 3 ~ 145 4 277 202
Rea~ng Transportation C c.................. ..4 27 6,8 2739 76~41 12661 1,1 43,929~ ~ 8~9 3,7 752 11 28194

Total .................................... 560,281 65,882 1,472,180 141,o51 2,259,684 126,618 293 561,307 1,165,554 395,945 136,878 93,295 188 443 28o,743 675,535
SOUTHERN REGION
Tamiami Trail Tours, Ins. ..................... 262,306 291,102 8,115 574,045 182 1,369 193,091 209,820 132,937 38,197 24,414 125 127 117,392 102,769
MID-WESTERN REGION
Burlington Transportation Cs ................ 9 119131 4,9 4,6 k144 66a ,6,4 7:23962 97T 224L,6 7 1
Santa, Fe Trall Transportation Co ............... ,2,8 598 ~ 1631 2 6 1,2t:71 1:71 ,6,4 679,33 Dr. 6280622 ,717, 272 469a45,21 ,38 776 2
772,719,331 8i95 12209 120 .6 97 ,6,83 1,01,1 1735 499327 13
Total ................................... 2,175,545 4,640,712 87,953 7,378,389 25,394 125,220 1,685,738 4,051.629 1,693,044 Dr. 634698. 147,616 681 1,291 967,419 2,158,639
sOUtrVasTERN REGION
rieco Transportation Co. ..................... 608,830 4,763 29,774 696,609 25.921 79,211 382,621 94,473 221,161 8. 1,297 Dr. .278 184 216,420
ROCK MOUNTAIN REGION
RiortGrnd Motorfiny Irnspro. .................. 83Z 4o22 J:. 3:p' 1 1: 2,037 324,091 89,368 7,65 21,378 820 76 8 42,339 15,566
Ri rneMtrWy n ........... 15,03v 15,891 267:94.1 oos 8025 5,900 3,397 350,1 291,2,66 188,888 Dr. 3.030 Dr. 43.690 139 417 188,575 92,567
Total .................................... .824,873 15,891 30s,169 10,043 1,314,216 8,316 5,434 682,219 380,634 267,953 ft. 16652 Dr. 42.870 215 55 330,914 108,133
PACIFIC REGION
santa Fe Transportation Co. (Calr.) .......... 100,883 767,800 22,458 966,905 260 4,395 9o,819 682,022 312,147 .Dr. 118,08 Dr. 115.759 35 / 6,292 57
Regular routs--oduled serve. 2 Includes duplications on account of tonnage roceive6 from connectingato* carriers,
No, Regular routs-Nonschedaled ser'vice.Ntreoed
O0 Iregla rante-BRadial service. Rpt reported.
SIr rt--Raal ervi. 0 This i dos not Inlude drivers of equipment engaged by these carriers to perform 'Purohased
I r r e g u l ae rana r v i t r a n s p o r t a t i o n s ae r v i c .
..osl ate Sevie Em Fployee-s os'rie4 on payroll of Santa Fe Trail Transportation Cs.












TA212 39.-8UMMARY OF BELZCTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA oF CLAS 1 MOTORt
CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASEMNERZS
YEAR ENDED DECEMBlER 31, 1940


0u-arlsa by districts and regions

Item All Eastern district
All T t- jg wow-- a~j--- Southern 11tl
districts Es n England Aa no otral region we t /rn M-th-.Pr E15b
district region region region d1strint region region region Mounala
lumber of carriers represented ...................... 19 9 5 3 2 9 2
Total current assets ................................ $3,986,999 $1,318,170 $952,001 $366,169 $127,00 *2,541,521 -$1,867,266 4136,448941
Carrier operating property .............. 11,573,001 4:,5114,353 3,210,266 1,6514,0675682 14,2535.0 6J73 .9j:1o4fj
Loss: Reserve for depreciation and amortization .. 1,999,959 2 72 905 1,937,6485 925,257 225 :5,1 :7. 991, -4a

Net carrier operating property ..**..***********. 6,573,042 2,131,445 1,372,638 755,510 251,283 4,160,311 2, 9 5,764 737,496 7
Total intangible property ........................... 3,113,241 1,507,173 1,326,292 150.881 135,599 1,467,49

Investment securities and advanoesAssoolat*d companies:
motor oariers ......** * ** .80,551 300 300 -0,251 779160
Others ...................................*.**. 03,22 3,424 100,398 59005
Other than associated companies:
motor carriers .................................. 492,43 293,242 29,242 199,251 195.179
Others ......................................... 22,9 9 3,927 3,809 118 19,002 15730
Total Investment securities and advances ....** 1,899,795 297,469 297,351 115 3,424 1,595,902 995,969 602J33
Total asset ....................................... 16,399,95 5,494,067 4,176,071 1,317,996 575.550 10,319,951 6,661,569 261,62 2,390,895 .
Total current liabilities .............................3,795,350 1,615,152 916,259 695,863 30,0 1,31,149 -7203 G 42J0061118
Tota equipment and other long-tern obligations 1,370,27 565,309 10.15 619N 123. q13 378525 21-40n
Total capital stock and oooorpOrate capital.......5.372,639 2,275,555 ,645,55 630,000 -159,000 2,907,75w 17-i 5,0 ,;T

Unearned surplus .................................. 69 550 12,100 12,100 -4- 07,4 o
earned surplus ...................................Dr. .81%789 r. 1.210312 Dr. 82.,597 Dr. 381715 20 r. 0 O 7 Dr 1 19F Dr 9- Vr n
Total uappropriated surplus ...................... Dr. 3.7144.219 r. 1.19.212 Dr. 816,497 Dr. 31.715 Dr 6720 r. 1 9.89,05 Dr r rr4 807
Revenue equipment owned:
Freight equipment in intercity service:
Number of trucks and truck tractors ............. 657 325 257 65 22 310 -162 1s 120
cost ....................................... ..*:: 1,720,462 $*892 662147 $2,6a'275 1997216,46 126,
Number of full a d seitrailers................ .......o 1 132 26 19 6, 51 720
cost ............................................ 651,739 $242,030 *185,505 $56,522 *20,590 $389,119 $20125 133.744 132A910
Freight equipment in local services:
Number of truoke and truck tractor ............. 2 11 1 205 5
coat $6 442... . .i .:::.:. :::::: *$ a *16,009 S26,797 -27,724 s11135 -$139, 11,61 $13,21
Numbro uladselrlee.............. 2 6 6
cost ............................................5,258 *232 *23a -5
Passenger equipment:
Nut.r of n.. a.................................9. 8 *, 9 *6 *3, -o 5oo 316 147
cost ........................................... .0,643,733 22,997,712 1,193,9d5 Vi3o3,3 3421,505 15,224,510 -3,84,219 4716.590
Combination bus-trucks:
limber of unIts ...............................*2** 2
cost ............................................ 172.5959 9
Operating revenue:
Freight revenus--Oceaso carrier ................... .53,97 2.7k13,1432 2,153,151 560,251 -267,771 3,5142.7S8 21555 68i 2 0,8
ftaight reveue--Contrast carrier 046,28 "1:~ 112 6,52 -- 7,7
Passenger revue .................................10, 392 2, 14,118 11472 150 62,213 6,002,412
special bus revenue .........................,**.** 5 15 164,144 141,051 -v4,496 le,127 5,953 7
Other operating revenue ......................... .. 597 15373 133,443 1 20,290 21,876 505,955s 47 1 5,242 205:o3 57
Total operating revenues ........................ 19,427,053 7,535,712 5,276,025 2,259,684 969,356 10,921,985 7,379,389 696,609 1,sg0,082
Operation and maintenance expenese:
Property servio*:
Equipment maintenance and garage ................ g 360,151 29,30 62,6 43,0 503,94 275,5 39,8 181
Transportation .................................. 2,: 6 1 1 2 4,- 42,117 969,796 6o 8 130,34
Terminal .................................** ** 97 1,9 02 )16'3 157.1479 830
sales, tariff, and advertising .................. 19,727 30 42,819 4,611 598 113,399 75 21,35
Insurance and safety ...................... 2I757 106,927 86,5o6 20,121 13,494
Administrative and general...............********* 39 575 191,18 153,960 37,226 15,255 129,1 s
ToSal ......................................... 5,865,955 2,670,049 2,108,742 561,307 204,337 2,991,569 1,685,734 382,621 832,391










TABLE 39.-aNKA OF BEIECTED FINWTIAL AND OPERATING DATA OP 0LA8S I MOTOR
CARRIERS Or 028 PROPERTY AND PABSEB -ontinued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1

SUmOaries by districts and rgion$

tmAll Eastern district S stern district
dsrc*--o Mide central region ITW Northbwestern EA-Vesters, Southwestern
edist ot Eastern England Atlantic Cegion stern region region giont nooteta Psef e
district region region dietriot region region
Operation and maintenance expenses:--Continued
Passenger service:
ipment anintenance and garage ... ...... $2.327,409 $822 989 $515,746 $307.24 S117.946 13 4 169,347 200 171, 8 1 1
trsportation ............... ................3,940,139 1,165,58 152,89


randy 3oa-Oprto and maintenanoe13 3:94 5Z96
tetin ........................................14,9 5 1 067 24,799 5,121 8,466,259 59577760 772 1,45 772
D upns 121,6 18,739 -03 75,26 7 0 361 1,279 1 4 194
Traffic, solcitaeton, and advertising ........ 1 76,2 A 18,099 29 4 14 3 298424
Insurance and sarrit .p.oper..-.Debi........... 1,96 1 214,89 15 9,,620 328 2






I n do s f r m e a s e9 o f c a r r i e p r p r y2e i . .z 142 162 2
edainrative and general ....................... 73244 317, 2 17 141018 -71 8 0, 34852:778
___720,324 5,575 76,569 28,2316
Total ......................................... 89,910,133 3,012,659 1,8147,1051 1,165,554 1 452,7814 5,14714,690 4,051,629 914,1473 6146.566 682,022

Intt--opratin and aintenane
o aiee .................................. 14,806,088 5,682.708 3,955,47 1,726,861 657,121 8,466,259 5,737,367 477,094 1,478,957 772,841
otpre .ato.n .pn............................... .. 15724,176 440,835 259,296 181,539 65,03 1,066 461 9079 176,418 1
Aanrtimotion shargoable to operations ............1,14 - -1,71-1,42 285
Opraotihe taxh and license.. .......... . 8 647,040 49 190,391 110p4,n73
Operting rerns--Ne ................................ ,76 20 -61 4,255 176,630 169,817 17,981 62,59
Total expenses ......I............................. 19,052,430 7,0931468 4,970662 2,122,06 890058 4,6,90 7,430,411 69,255 1,855,250 1,084,98
Not operating revenue ............................ ...374,623 442,244 305,366 136,878 979298 Dr. 146.919 Dr. 529022 D 214,32 aa 1 fl
Nent for lease of ar.er property--Debit ........... 1,96 - 100 1,860 1.447 351 62
inomes .ron lease carrier prperty--Credt .......1,221 1,221 1,221.....
Not darler operating Ine ...................... 373,84 443,465 306,57 136,78 79,198 Dr. 1548,779 8 r .997 214,770 Dr. 117.050
OTHER INCOME









NIncome fm nna andl oertins. .......
NOt e non operate n i................ 1 17,762 17,76, 1 23.04 Dr7514156 s
Sose In operating prperty................ 4 D,3 1,236 2 6 ,4 79236 Dr. 3;
Interest inooe:;
A ro soolated companies:
motor carriers ...................................... .37 3 3 - 86 s -,yOth :re.............................................247i 2147i
ain othertaasoaedepaee
Motor carriers ............................ .34,216 26 26 - 1 14,250 14,20
others............................................. 745 122 102 20 N 13 629 1 13Total interest income e......................... 0. o65,288 114 9 129 20 -2147 4,g93 g 14,879 1 13
Dividend Inone:
From assoiated coapanies:
ntor carrner ao................................. .. 3914 ,3 3 9 397 394 217
Others......................................*750 9 3 4 250 1750 1
Frm nther than associated companies; 079
mot or sarriers............................... .... 62,034 52,070 52,070 -9.96 9,.614 75
others.............................................. - --
Total dividend inome ............................63,178 52,070 52,070 - 11,108 1035 5
Income Iron sinking and other fonds...................... - -
Other nonperatlag incomes..............................13,1437 11,091 9.586 1,505 -- 2,346 75 ,365Total other inoe................................. 511456 75,835 74,310 1,525 2147 R. 24 .26 15,960 1,537 _r. 14 14d4 2,330
Girose inoe ....................................... 1425,340 519,300 380,897 138,1403 79.445 13405 Dr. 373.1W0 Dr 460 Dr, 19.683 Dr. 118.18
INCOME DEDUCTIONS
Interest on long-tea. obliga~tions......................280.6 139,232 1014,246 34,486 9,514103- *,4
Other interat deductions ............................. ..16,238,7 8,238 49 -80 719-107 1 5M
Taxee aesumed on Interest ....................................- 9 40- 1
Amortization of debt discount and expense ..........565-64Aortization at premium on dobt-OredIt 56 ---Other deductions .................................47.373 38,702 38,702 -- 8,671

Total In0cm deductions............................. 344.5314 186,601 151,186 35,1415 10,080 147,8953 10,066 1 4,905 314,876 6
Net Income before Income taxes .......... *..............0,806 332,699 229,711 102,988 -69,365 Dr. 321.268 r 1,7 r ,365f Dr. 14.5519 Dro, 115,759
Provision for income taxes .............................514,307 33,038 23,345 9,693 -16,942 14,327 2,043 OLr. 879 2,371
Net Inacas ......................... .................26,1499 299,661 206366 93,295 -52,1423 Dr. 325.85851D.A.i Dr sa Dr i 56,930 Dr. 175










TABLE 39.--SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA O OLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF BOTH PROPERTY AND PASSENGERS--Continued
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1940


Summaries by distriate and regions

Item AlEastern district Vastn datrict
districts Eastern England Atlanto Central region NorthMd- tern Southatn
district rsion region region ditro region regin ion

INCOME DEDUCTIONS Continued

DIvidend appropriationo and withdrv0awe0l0
Dividends $ 3,40 26,1400 910,000-Withdrawals ::::::::::::::::::::. $36.400
Total ....................... 64 26,400 10,000-0

Employees :l
Propertyserve:ce
Average anumbern I... tracto.... .. .....220,0 06 1 1 12 1,65 06
Toted compenation ...... ........ 93,369,697 $1,59. 1. 90,743 -120.638 9660- 05.2
Passenger servlce:
Average nmbser.................. ..........273 iD 611 443 34 1:145119
Total soosation ............... 4,39, 2 1,7141,0 7 91,071,502 6 675,535 $234/ 476 2 69 99773 2$4 1 1M
Operating statistice--Property serve:
Intercity veiolehnilee (including norevenue):
Owned trucks ind trutk sratore ............... 42 6 ,1 226 10- 51 15 0 0 111
COned nobination bue-tru ke .................... 2905, 67 25
Leased trunks and truok tractore. .................4.090,750 1,141,056 /1,1441.056 V 26,995 2,592,699 99S77 ,2~i 126l

Fuel ueed by ownedtercity revenue equipnt
a l (gall n ... 23,92 ,256 1,395,642 1,047 349.450 151 017 2,37 592 0,6o02 3 76
Other fuel (gallon.).binto b7......... ...7s 7459 2299309 84 51 0
Lubricating oil ueed by owned integrity revenue
oulent (quarts) .............................. 6.221 6 9 4
Tone of intercity revenue freight carried V .........1,12 223 6B 11'3 5?, 1,.650 9 46 74M34,707 516
Freight revenueInter ity er ioe ...............................$7,100,294 $2,935,2 6 2. 1,1 $5313 267,771 $3,297,003 2.175,545 9613,593 61.027
.al se..i.. ................................... 2,121 2,66 15,421 595
Operating tatstiet-Pnseeesger serving:
Number o! owned vehicles operated:
Busses:
Regular routs aIntercity service ....................542 331 223 102 455 302 ll3
scal, ohsuter, and sightseeing service ..... 34
Combination bus-trucks intero;iy)i::.:::: 26 26 2i
Nile. operated by owned vehicles;
Rul ir route intercity service ................5,,52 1525,367 10,052.2514 51,1471 2,971,25 33,236,236 -27, 067,99 4,293 2730 ,0 o
SPeciL:, charter, and sightseing service .... 14991, '665,20 265,166 1423,.41 113,37 697,651 3'47:178 :7
Local servie........................... 2,002,356 2002,356 2,002,356
Combination bce-trucks (intercity)..........905,417 -- 905.447 90,4
Miles operated by leased vehicles:
Busses:
Regular route intercity sevc.........5,1476,043 2.3214,307 2,316,207 V/ 7,500 3?:iQJ 2.l:035 Z465,550 6014,19
Special, charter, and sightseen service 1,1 2, 26195,26
loa! srvice................ 3IN5 321,94 22 2,225
Combntion bus-trucks (intersity) -::
Number of revenue passengers carried:
Regular route intercity service ...................19,74, 14,456,099 62,16 7,763 11250 1,0,54 2,912:,566 72 40,13004 1
Special, obarter, and sightsee ng service 6.......61 27,6:2 2I1217 32,022 72,5 22 995~ 13-1
Local service ..... ........ 6'919:F3 6,1 493N2 1 236240 5,4362 -- --
Passenger revenue:
Regular route intercity service ................10,103,322 03,147,9 21007 1 1071,7 9625,213 $6,002,412 9$4,64,712 49,77??4 $564 2 $77 o
Sp LI, carter, and mighteesiog service .14,94 33,7 6,2 14,5 ga 511 122,127 8 7,953 77:7122 5
Loa evo................................... 16,5 14225 5121 9704 --- -WThim Item dos not include drilvers of equipment engaged by thes carriers Es perrosa 2Bata net reported by ens compay.
l"urchaeed transportations serviOc.] Includes duplicatios on amount of tonnage received from connec0ting moter carri9es
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