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SURFACE TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
H.R. 12891, H.R. 5385, H.R. 13487, H.R. 10694,
and S. 1149 (AND ALL IDENTICAL AND SIMILAR BILLS) MATTERS RELATING TO FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND REGULATORY CHANGES AFFECTING SURFACE TRANSPORTATION
MARCH 26, 27, AND 28; JUNE 27 AND 28; AND JULY 2 AND 3, 1974
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HA RLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman TOR BERT H. MACDONALD, Massachusetts SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio JOHN JARMAN, Oklahoma
ANCHER NELSEN, Minnesota JOHN E. MOSS, California
JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan
TIM LEE CARTER, Kentucky PAUL G. ROGERS, Florida
CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California
DAN KUYKENDALL, Tennessee J.J. PICKLE, Texas
JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania
JAMES F. HASTINGS, New York JOHN M. MURPHY, New York
JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas DAVID E. SATTERFIELD III, Virginia LOUIS FREY, JR., Florida BROCK ADAMS, Washington
JOHN WARE, Pennsylvania W. 8. (BILL) STUCKEY, JR., Georgia
JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER, Nebraska PETER N. KYROS, Maino
DICK SHOUP, Montana BOB ECKHARDT, Texas
BARRY M. GOLDWATER, JR., California RICHARDSON PREYER, North Carolina NORMAN F. LENT, New York BERTRAM L. PODELL, New York
H. JOHN HEINZ III, Pennsylvania HENRY HELSTOSKI, New Jersey
WILLIAM H. HUDNUT III, Indiana JAMES W. SYMINGTON, Missouri
SAMUEL H. YOUNG, Illinois
EDWARD R. MADIGAN, Illinois
W. E. WILLIAMSON, Clerk
SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND AERONAUTICS
JOHN JARMAN, Oklahoma, Chairman JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan
DAN KUYKENDALL, Tennessee BROCK ADAMS, Washington
JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas BERTRAM L. PODELL, New York
LOUIS FREY, JR., Florida HENRY HELSTOSKI, New Jersey
DICK SHOUP, Montana RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois
July 2, 1974.
Bagge, Carl E.,
Page Flint, Sam H., vice president, Quaker Oats Co.
552, 568 Gross, John E., chairman, Traffic Committee, American Iron & Steel Co.
552, 573 Hickey, William J., attorney, Railroad Shop Craft Unions. 657, 673 Horton, Hon. Frank, a Representative in Congress from the State of New York.
313 Jewell, David, treasurer, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC).
385 Kahn, Fritz R., General Counsel, Insterstate Commerce Commission.. 329 Kolins, Ronald K., counsel, National Association of Food Chains. 552 Krzyminski, James, assistant general counsel, National Council of Farmer Cooperatives.
705 Lane, Leonard, in behalf of the Sierra Club, Environmental Policy and Friends of the Earth...
717, 736 Lederer, Brian, National Consumers Congress.
717, 742 Lennartson, Nils, president, Railway Progress Institute..
688 McCollister, Hon. John Y., a Representative in Congress from the State of Nebraska..
697 McGrath, Joseph B., counsel, Transportation Committee, Forest Industries Council..
-- 552, 581 McIntosh, Clarence, executive secretary, Railway Labor Executives' Association..
657 Mahoney, William G., attorney, Congress of Railway Unions and Railway Labor Executives' Association...
657 Miller, Paul V., American Iron & Steel Co.
552 Morrow, Giles, general counsel, Freight Forwarders Institute.
403 Olsen, Ernie, Assistant Director, Bureau of Traffic, Interstate Commerce Commission..
329 Olson, Roy E., transportation executive, Forest Industries Council -- 552 Pearce, Jack, counsel, Committee on Modern Efficient Transportation (COMET)
552, 561 Pickle, Hon. J. J., a Representative in Congress from the State of Texas...
271 Rea, Bryce, Jr., Central and Southern Motor Freight Tariff Association, Inc., et al.
412, 509 Rodgers, Paul, administrative director and general counsel, National
Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)----- 385 Rush, Henri F., Jr., Deputy Administrator, Federal Railroad Administration, Department of Transportation
276 Scoggin, James R., chairman, Transportation Committee, National Grain and Feed Association...
711 Sender, Stanton P., National Industrial Traffic League..
552 Sheehy, David T., American Waterways Operators, Inc.
412, 502 Smith, Frank, senior vice president, Transportation Association of America.
366 Smith, James R., president, American Waterways Operators, Inc.- 412 Smith, Hon. Neal, a Representative in Congress from the State of Iowa.-
697 Snow, John W., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, Plans and International Affairs, Department of Transportation
276 Stafford, Hon. George M., Chairman, Interstate Commerce Commission.
329 Tierney, Paul J., president, Transportation Association of America 366 Washer, Charles A., transportation counsel, American Retail Federation..
552, 595 Wheeler, Ed, president, Fertilizer Institute of America.
617 Additional information submitted for the record by
American Farm Bureau Federation, John Datt, director, congressional
758 American Paper Institute, letter dated July 10, 1974, from Roy E.
Olson, director of Transportation and Distribution, to Congress-
607 American Trucking Association, attachment to Mr. Breshnahan's pre
pared statement, Table 1.-Freight revenues, total operating reve-
Additional information submitted for the record by-Continued
Associated Construction Publications, Arthur E. Graham and Ray Page Metzger, Jr., statement.
761 Association of American Railroads: Attachments to Mr. Ailes prepared statement:
A.-Capital expenditures and cash flow, class I railroads,
435 B.-Anatomy of the car cycle.-
436 C.-Freight car utilization, class I railroads, 1957-73.
436 D.-Freight car capacity and traffic trends, 1957–73.
437 E.-Freight car investment, class I railroads, 1955–71.
437 F.-Average cost of new freight cars, class I railroads, 1956– 73..
438 G-Equipment obligations, class I railroads, 1951-73. 438 H.-Interest charges and equipment rents, class I railroads, 1951-73.
439 Appendix I-Statement on protective provisions for railroad employees.
439 Åttachments I-IV.-proposed modification of various sections of H.R. 13487...
445, 446 Attachment V.-Agreement between the National Rail
way Labor Conference and Eastern, Western, and
447 Exhibit A-Eastern railroads.
456 Exhibit B–Western railroads.
458 Exhibit C—Southeastern railroads.
460 Need for loan guarantee legislation in relation to recent authori
zation by the Interstate Commerce Commission of a 10-percent
526 Status report on improving freight car utilization.
536 Total research expenditures by the railroads in the United States - 523 Bangert & Co., Inc., Norman G. Kurland, Washington counsel, letter
dated June 26, 1974, to Chairman Staggers, with attachment.- 786 Central and Southern Motor Freight Tariff Association, Inc., et al.,
attachment to Mr. Rea's prepared statement, Appendix-Rate-
518 Committee on Modern Efficient Transportation (COMET), letter
dated July 10, 1974, from Jack Pearce, general counsel, to Chair-
668 Appendix B-Contracting out of work financed by loans and equipment obligations...
671 Appendix C-Employee protection.
671 Appendix D-Unions on whose behalf testimony is presented
672 Continental Grain Co., R. J. Helm, corporate director of transporta
tion, letter dated July 3, 1974, to Chairman Staggers, with attach-
789 Delta Council, B. F. Smith, executive vice president, statement.. 765 Dow Chemical Co., John J. Clemens, statement.
567 Fertilizer Institute of America, Ex Parte No. 241, Investigation of
adequacy of railroad freight car ownership, car utilization, distribu-
622 Forest Industries Counsel, attachments to Mr. McGrath's prepared statement:
Attachment A-The Forest Industries Council and its structure. 588