2 edition of Railroads and other public transportation found in the catalog.
Railroads and other public transportation
North Carolina. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission. Committee on Railroads and other Public Transportation.
by The Commission, Available for distribution through the Legislative Library in Raleigh, N.C
Written in English
|Statement||Legislative Research Commission.|
|LC Classifications||KFN7701 .A25 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||93621704|
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Transportation is the unsung hero in America's story. Stagecoaches, waterways, canals, railways, busses, and airplanes revolutionized much more than just the way people got around; they transformed the economic, political, and social aspects of everyday life.
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railroads, trucks, and airlines alike. rested on distinctly political. The "Golden Age" lasted from roughly the s until the s, at which time other modes (automobiles and airplanes) slowly eroded the railroads' transportation monopoly.
In addition, stifling government regulation beginning in the early 20th century eventually choked them to the point of desperation. Get this from a library. Public aids to transportation Published after expiration of Emergency Railroad Transportation Act, Section of Research, Federal Coordinator of Transportation.
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C., JUNE 26, By MAJ.May 25, · Lost in this language is the fact that public transit is a civic necessity. Buses, railroads, and other forms of public transportation can no more "lose money" than roads and highways.
Today, with the exception of a few of our larger cities, most notably New York, U.S. public transit systems have been profoundly neglected.Mar 13, · Railroads in other countries also do not have to pay property taxes on electrification infrastructure, which U.S. railroads do.
Unlike other heavy, long-haul transportation vehicles such as Author: Patrick Mazza.