A leading guide to numerous air law subjects, including sovereignty in airspace; market access and open skies agreements; inter-airline cooperation; the EU regime affecting air transport; air carrier liability; insurance and product liability; safety regulation, including, ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs); international and regional organizations; rights in aircraft; and aviation security.
Covers the history of all known common carrier steam powered operations of ten or more miles, as well as numerous logging companies, electric traction and diesel operations in the two Northern Pacific states.
Examines the concern of a variety of interest groups with federal policy toward railroads, concentrating on the crucial years during World War I when the federal government ran the industry, and prior to the passage of the Transportation Act of 1920.
This historical atlas delves into the history of the railroad in North America, from its origins in Britain in the 1820s and short lines connecting Eastern Seaboard rivers in the 1830s to Amtrak and the modern intermodal freights driving today's railroad revival.
Traces the expansion of the Northern Pacific and Union Pacific systems in the interior Northwest, chronicles the construction of the Pacific extension of the Great Northern Railway, and presents a multi-faceted portrait of railway operations on the last frontier of American settlement.
Tells the story of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad's beginning and its unprecedented plan to build a rail line from Baltimore over the Allegheny Mountains to the Ohio River, considered to be the most ambitious engineering feat of its time.
Chronicles the The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company--the Rock Island Line's- painful decline and along the way reveals some of the key problems within the American railroad industry during the post-World War II era.
"Deals with ... the apparent conflict between the Sherman antitrust act, as administered by the Department of justice, and the Interstate commerce, act, as administered by the Interstate commerce commission, in their application to the transportation agencies of the country."-Foreword.
Full title: "Railway Law in Illinois: the relations of railroads to the people, as set forth in the constitution, the statutes and the decisions of Illinois : together with the decisions of other states and the federal courts upon the constitutional questions involved.
An in-depth contemporary exploration of the law of railroads in Illinois in the 1800s.
A twenty-two year review of railway operations; a forty-year review of changes in freight tariffs; a fifteen-year review of federal railway regulation; a twelve-year review of state railway regulation; and a twelve-year review of state railway taxation.