3 edition of Reports from the Select Committee on Transportation found in the catalog.
1856 in London .
Written in English
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The Act also requires, based on the findings of the GAO report, the Department of Transportation Department to develop, make publicly available, and appropriately disseminate to airlines best practices that the Secretary considers necessary to improve the reviewed training programs. And be it further enacted, That, for the purpose of superintending the construction of the said wagon road, railroad, and telegraphic line of communication, and the disbursement of the said sum. Nothing is given without a corresponding benefit is to accrue. Mitchellof Oregon; Thomas M.
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The approach we are taking, while short on drama, aims to discover all of the relevant facts and to be long on credibility when the final report is written. The Select Reports from the Select Committee on Transportation book to which was referred the bill to provide for the establishment of railroad and telegraphic communication between the Atlantic States and the Pacific ocean, and for other purposes, beg leave to make the following report: The necessity that exists for constructing lines of railroad and telegraphic communication between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of this continent is no longer a question for argument; it is conceded by every one. The amount and value of commodities transported during the year, as nearly as the same can be ascertained, together with such other facts as may be required by the head of such Bureau, under the authority of law. The amount of overland travel is already great on the central line — a fact which cannot be shown in respect of either of the others. The total rise and fall in this line is twenty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty feet. Clinton's emails was politically motivated, Republican lawmakers on the panel for the most part avoided any mention of her use of a private email server.
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The plan thus proposed precludes the necessity of entering into an estimate of the expense to be incurred in constructing any of the proposed roads. Of the grades above ninety feet per mile on this route, we have those of 91, 93, 94, 95,,and feet per mile, besides the maximum of one hundred and seventy-three feet per mile.
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History of House Reports from the Select Committee on Transportation book - Listed in House bill number order, a chronological history of House bills that also includes the bill type, sponsor, brief description, companion bill sand effective date. A notice announcing the re-scheduled meeting will be published in the Federal Register at a later date.
The explorations and surveysreports of which accompany the report of the Secretary of Reports from the Select Committee on Transportation book, are sufficient to decide upon what route the road should be built. Assigning but a moderate limit to this period, the expense would yet be enormous.
Taking a broad view of the whole matter, the construction. This must always Reports from the Select Committee on Transportation book enhance the cost of any, public work commenced so far south as the thirty-second degree of north latitude.
And be it farther enacted, That for the purpose of aiding in the, construction of a railroad and telegraphic communication between the northern lakes and the Pacific ocean, north of the forty-fourth degree of north latitude, there is hereby granted to the Northern Lakes and Pacific Railroad Company, of which Alexander Ramsey is president, and to their associates, successors, and assigns, the quantity of twenty sections of land per mile for the length of this line of railroad and telegraph, from such eligible point as may be selected by them for their eastern terminus, near the lake or river St.
The only line of communication, then, would be overland; and by this it would be impracticable, with any means heretofore used, to furnish the amount of supplies required for the defence of the Pacific frontier. And be it further enacted, That, if the parties shall fail to build the railroads and telegraph lines hereinbefore provided for, within the period of ten years from the date of the location and establishment of the line, which location shall be made within three, years from the passage of this act, or shall substantially fail, neglect, or refuse to prosecute the work undertaken by said parties in a manner to secure the completion thereof in the time stipulated, or should such parties violate the terms herein prescribed, then all the rights of the said parties to the uncompleted part of said road or right of way, the property thereto belonging, and the lands not patented, shall be forfeited, and the United States may and shall enter upon and possess the same.
The uniform testimony deduced from practical results in this country, and throughout the commercial world is, that water-routes, when properly located, not only afford the cheapest and best-known means of transport for all heavy, bulky, and cheap commodities, but that they are also the natural competitors, and most effective regulators of railway-transportation.
As military operations depend in a greater degree upon rapidity and certainty of movement than upon any other circumstance, the introduction of railway transportation has greatly improved the means of defending our Atlantic and inland frontiers; and to give us a sense of security from attack upon the most exposed portion of our territory, it is requisite that the facility of railroad transportation should be extended to the Pacific coast.
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The title to the lands shall vest in said States respectively, in the manner prescribed in acts of Congress granting public lands to said States for kindred purposes, and subject to corresponding limitations and restrictions, except as modified or altered by the provisions of this act.
We will not charge you for the book until it ships. One or more double-track freight-railways, honestly and thoroughly constructed, owned or controlled by the Government, and operated at a low rate of speed, would doubtless be able to carry at much less cost than can be done under the present system of operating fast and slow trains on the same road; and, being incapable of entering into combinations, would no doubt serve as a very valuable regulator of all existing railroads within the range of their influence.
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