Review and Refunding of Rail Passenger Service Act: Hearings, Ninety-second Congress, First Session ...
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Transportation and Aeronautics
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - 764 lappuses
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Adams additional affected agree agreement allowance alternative Amtrak Appendix arrangements basic system basis believe benefits bill carrier cars Chairman changes Chicago City Cleveland Commerce Commission committee Congress considered continue contract Corporation cost Department designated determine developed DINGELL discontinuance dismissal employees equipment existing expenses fact final funds give going hearing improve Included incorporators intended intercity rail passenger Interstate involved JARMAN KENDALL Labor letter lines loss ment million months National Railroad Passenger negotiation notice NRPC Office Olsson operating Orleans parties Passenger Service Act passenger trains period position present problem profit proposed protection question rail passenger service Railpax reasonable received recommendations record referred representatives request result route Secretary Section Segment selected serve statement submitted terminal Thank thing tion transportation Washington York
406. lappuse - As a condition of its approval, under this paragraph (2), of any transaction involving a carrier or carriers by railroad subject to the provisions of this part, the Commission shall require a fair and equitable arrangement to protect the interests of the railroad employees affected.
393. lappuse - In its order of approval the Commission shall include terms and conditions providing that during the period of four years from the effective date of such order such transaction will not result in employees of the carrier or carriers by railroad affected by such order being in a worse position with respect to their employment, except that the protection afforded to any employee pursuant to this sentence shall not be required to continue for a longer period, following the effective date of such order...
80. lappuse - Water for yard locomotives Lubricants for yard locomotives Other supplies for yard locomotives Enginehouse expenses yard Yard supplies and expenses Operating joint yards and terminals Dr.
159. lappuse - The Corporation shall be a for profit corporation, the purpose of which shall be to provide intercity rail passenger service, employing innovative operating and marketing concepts so as to fully develop the potential of modern rail service in meeting the Nation's intercity passenger transportation requirements.
392. lappuse - ... the protection of individual employees against a worsening of their positions with respect to their employment...
140. lappuse - If the employee owns his own home in the locality from which he is required to move, he shall at his option be reimbursed by his employing carrier for any loss suffered in the sale of his home for less than its fair value.
338. lappuse - Commission shall be requested to appoint the third appraiser. A decision of a majority of the appraisers shall be required and said decision shall be final and conclusive. The salary and expenses of the third or neutral appraiser, including the expenses of the appraisal board, shall be borne equally by the parties to the proceedings. All other expenses shall be paid by the party incurring them, including the salary of the appraiser selected by such party.
399. lappuse - Upon notice in writing served by one party on the other of intent by that party to refer...
398. lappuse - The dismissal allowance of any dismissed employee who is otherwise employed shall be reduced to the extent that his combined monthly earnings in such other employment, any benefits received under any unemployment insurance law, and his dismissal allowance exceed the amount upon which his dismissal allowance is based.
78. lappuse - Maintenance of way and structures. 201 Superintendence. 202 Roadway maintenance. 206 Tunnels and subways. 208 Bridges, trestles, and culverts. 210 Elevated structures. 212 Ties. 214 Rails. 216 Other track material. 218 Ballast. 220 Track laying and surfacing.