The Penn Central and Other Railroads: A Report to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Halaman 38

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Capital expenditures Pennsylvania and New York Central 194667
Miles of slow order track Pennsylvania Railroad 195667
Gross tonmiles per freight train hour class I railroads and selected railroads 196070
Capital expenditures for equipment per mile of track operated selected railroads
Comparison of operating ratios achieved by local motor carrier subsidiaries controlled
Capital expenditures as a percent of operating revenue Penn Central Pennsylvania
Railroad accidents per million units selected railroads 196069
Perspective Analysis and PrescriptionContinued
Posture Problems and Prospects
Relative significance of transportation in the economy selected aggregative measures
Output of transportation and warehousing sector required directly and indirectly
Equipment and facilities rents as a percent of net operating revenue class I railroads
Change in selected income accounts 196070 class I railroads
Oridinary income and cash flow class I railroads 196070
Gross capital expenditures and cash flow class I railroads 196070
Capital productivity selected measures class I railroads 196070
Loaded freight car miles class I railroads 196070
Tonnage originated and received class I railroads and selected railroads 196170
Percentage of total freight terminated selected railroads 1961 and 1970
Shipments subject to truck and rail competition
Involvement of the largest railroads in the current merger wave
The Economy and the Railroads
A Study of Its Planning Approval and Resu
Fiscal Policy Analysis
Comparison of straight line and accelerateddepreciation methods
Cost and equity method of accounting for investments in subsidiaries compared

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