1 edition of Economic regulation of intrastate trucking found in the catalog.
Economic regulation of intrastate trucking
by Midwest Transportation Center, Iowa State University in Ames, IA
Written in English
|Statement||T.H. Maze ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Maze, T. H., Midwest Transportation Center.|
|LC Classifications||HE5632.A14 E86 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||95621145|
Trucking/Commercial Vehicles Trucks are a common sight on Wyoming roads, particularly on Interst one of the nation's busiest routes for moving freight coast to coast. Commercial vehicles wrack up millions of miles daily across Wyoming, providing an important service to residents and nonresidents alike, and sustaining considerable. Chapter 15 Economic Regulation and Antitrust Policy with violating antitrust laws. Economic regulation and antitrust policy are examined in this chapter. Let’s turn first to economic regulation—specifically, the regulation of natural monopolies.
Much of this book is the story of the ICC (Interstate Commerce Commission) and the CAB (Civil Aeronautics Board) and why railroads, trucking, and the airlines were so inefficient during much of this century. The authors describe the origin of state and federal regulation. The ICC was empowered in the early s because some shippers complained. Request intrastate motor carrier operating authority for property from our office. When authority to operate is granted, the motor carrier will receive a certificate. This certificate will indicate the intrastate authority number designated by the letters "LC" and followed by the authority number.
field-price regulation, the comparisons of interstate and California intrastate airline service by Levine (), Jordan (), and Keeler (), and the study of gas pipelines by MacAvoy and Noll (). Montgomery's examination of FEA controls of petroleum applied the same approach to a more recent regulatory development. Each of. interstate trucking took place in the late s and early 80s. Intrastate trucking regulation persisted as a significant activity at many state commissions well into the 90s. By , Congress had had enough of the quirky interplay of interstate and intrastate trucking .
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Get this from a library. Economic regulation of intrastate trucking: an in-depth examination of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska: final report.
[T H Maze; Benjamin J Allen; Clyde K Walter; Midwest Transportation Center.;]. Dempsey's book addresses the question of federal preemption of intrastate transportation and the experience of intrastate deregulation in some states.
Dempsey further examines the issue of whether more deregulation is in the public interest and, if economic regulation is to Cited by: 4. Consumer Cost of Continued State Motor Carrier Regulation. House Reportst Congress, 2d sess., October 5, U.S. Congress, House. Committee on Public Works and Transportation.
Subcommittee of Surface Transportation. Hearings on Economic Regulation of the Motor Carrier Industry. th Congress, 2d sess., Ma Get this from a library. The Impact of state economic regulation of motor carriage on intrastate and interstate commerce: final report, May [W Bruce Allen; United States.
Department of Transportation. University Research Program.;]. Regulation of intrastate trucking has introduced inefnciencies in most of the regulated states. For example, Richardson (t) dis- cussed the ineniciencies produced in Texas. He points out that, as ofTexas remains the most highly regulated state.
He discussed the effect of intrastate regulation on economic by: 2. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this section, all owners or drivers of commercial motor vehicles that are engaged in intrastate commerce are subject to the rules and regulations contained in 49 C.F.R.
parts, andas such rules. 1) A book carried by truck drivers, which contains daily records of hours, route, etc. They are required by the DOT regulations. 2) Record of duty status required for any interstate driver operating a vehicle weighing o pounds and over m.
Janu TIME TO COMPLETE TRUCKING DEREGULATION INTRODUCTION Congress partially deregulated,America's trucking industry with the.
History of Regulation With the establishment of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) to oversee the railroad industry inthe federal government began more than a century of regulating surface freight transportation. Railroad Regulation was strengthened several times in the early part of the twentieth century.
Those changes stifled price competition between railroads by prohibiting [ ]. Commodities considered "exempt" from Federal economic regulation may not be considered exempt in intrastate transportation. "Exempt" applies only to federal operating authority; all carriers of exempt commodities are fully subject to U.S.
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reasonableness, and states no longer control the economic regulation of intrastate transport. However, significant consumer protection regulation continues for shipments of household goods, chemicals, and other designated products. Trucking deregulation was expected to.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Federal deregulation of the trucking industry in created a general gain in economic welfare at the expense of the monopoly rents of powerful interests, leading some scholars to ponder the limitations of the economic theory of regulation.
However, analyzing only the federal changes excludes evidence from the significant intrastate sector of the trucking industry, regulation of which. Regulation. USDOT Announces Final Rule on Administrative Procedure.
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. NEW JERSEY AVENUE, SE. WASHINGTON, DC Downloadable (with restrictions)! This study contributes to the analysis of union pay compensation patterns in the trucking industry by considering the effect of intrastate deregulation on wage and nonwage compensation in the US trucking industry.
Providing such an analysis contributes to gaining greater understanding of the persistence of relatively high union premiums in the for-hire sector. TRUCKING REGULATIONS. The other New England states and New York have adopted similar standards for intrastate trucking. Federal law preempts the states from subjecting the trucking industry from rate regulation and other forms of economic regulation.
But, as noted above, federal as well as state law continue to regulate truck safety.