Guide to the American Public Transportation Association records, 1950-1980 American Public Transportation Association C0051

A Guide to the American Public Transportation Association records

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0051


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0051
Title
American Public Transportation Association records 1950-1980
Physical Characteristics
145 linear feet (93 boxes)
Creator
American Public Transportation Association
Language
English.
Abstract
The American Public Transportation Association records contain subject-arranged materials pertaining particularly to the American Public Transit Association. Also included are materials from both the American Transit Association (ATA) and the Institute for Rapid Transit (IRT). Types of materials in the collection include: memoranda, correspondence, reports, legislative information, industry-related information (such as brochures and technical reports), and membership information.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

American Public Transportation Association records, Collection #C0051, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Jim Olivetti, Information Center Manager, Department of Transportation, 2000.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives Staff. EAD markup completed in February 2009 by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty.


Historical Information

The American Public Transit Association (APTA) was created in 1974 with the merging of two major American transit-related organizations, the American Transit Association (ATA) and the Institute for Rapid Transit (IRT). Both organizations trace their histories back decades before this date. The ATA, which originated in 1932, specialized in issues dealing with motor busses and trolley coaches and other motorized transit vehicles. The IRT, organized in 1961, specialized in electric railways and other rapid-transit sources. In January 2000 the name of the organization was changed to the American Public Transportation Association. Today APTA is a leading participant in research and legislation regarding the American transportation industry and issues relating to it.

Scope and Content

The American Public Transportation Association records contain subject-arranged materials pertaining particularly to the American Public Transit Association. Also included are materials from both the American Transit Association (ATA) and the Institute for Rapid Transit (IRT). Types of materials in the collection include: memoranda, correspondence, reports, legislative information, industry-related information (such as brochures and technical reports), and membership information.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged by subject.

Related Material

Special Collections also holds other transportation manuscript and book collections.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Corporate Names:

  • American Public Transportation Association.
  • Subjects:

  • Local transit--United States.
  • Transportation--United States--Planning.

Contents List

American Public Transportation Association Collection
  • 1
    1
    Operating Association Executive Minutes
  • 2
    1
    Operating Association Executive Minutes
  • 3
    1
    Operating Association Executive Minutes
  • 4
    1
    Operating Association Executive Minutes
  • 5
    1
    Operation Association Executive Minutes
  • 6
    1
    PERMANENT NOMINATIONS
  • 7
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER 1970-1971
  • 8
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER 10-8-71 MEETING
  • 9
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 1/26/70
  • 10
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION GENERAL
  • 11
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER MEETING 6/30/1970
  • 12
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER 9/20/1970
  • 13
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 1/29/1970
  • 14
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 2/19/69
  • 15
    1
    ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 4/9/69
  • 16
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 2/23/70
  • 17
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 2/20/69
  • 18
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION 8/8/69
  • 20
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER
  • 21
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER MEETING 2/14/72
  • 22
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBERS COMMITTEE MEETING 5/22/72
  • 23
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER 1/27/72
  • 24
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION
  • 25
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION
  • 26
    1
    ASSOCIATE MEMBER DIVISION
  • 27
    1
    Associate Member Committee (860) 1974-1975
  • 28
    1
    Motor Coach Interchange Materials
  • 29
    1
    Substitute Materials
  • 30
    1
    873.1 Comm. on Materials Management
  • 31
    1
    873.1 Substitute Materials
  • 32
    1
    Motor Coach Substitute Materials
  • 33
    1
    1969-70 Roster
  • 34
    1
    Minutes of November 169 Comm. Meeting
  • 34
    1
    Purchases and Materials Management
  • 36
    1
    Legal Opinions-Loss and Damages
  • 37
    1
    Gift for McCaul
  • 38
    1
    Officers Committees of the Purchases and Materials Management Division 1968 and 1969
  • 39
    1
    1970 Purchase and Materials Management Administrative Committee
  • 1
    2
    READING FILE-TSG August 5, 1981 Dec.4-30 1981
  • 2
    2
    READING FILE-TSG August 5, 1981 Dec 4-30 1981
  • 4
    2
    READING FILE-TSG January 1982
  • 5
    2
    READING FILE-TSG January 1982
  • 6
    2
    READING FILE FOR TSG October 1982
  • 7
    2
    READING FILE FOR TSG October 1982
  • 9
    2
    READING FILE FOR TSG October 1982
  • 10
    2
    BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
  • 11
    2
    BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
  • 12
    2
    BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
  • 1
    3
    NYSERDA/DOE/NYCTA BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE PLANT
  • 3
    3
    REPORT-BATTERY STORAGE A LOAD MANAGEMENT OPTION
  • 4
    3
    TECHNICAL AND RESEARCH SERVICES
  • 5
    3
    READING FILE FEB-MAR 1982
  • 6
    3
    READING FILE-TSG FEB-MAR 1982
  • 7
    3
    READING FILE-TSG April 1982
  • 8
    3
    READING FILE-TSG MAY 1982
  • 9
    3
    READING FILE-TSG MAY 1982
  • 10
    3
    ENERGY STORAGE PROJECT N.Y. ENERGY
  • 11
    3
    ENERGY STORAGE PROJECT N.Y. ENERGY
  • 12
    3
    TSG READING FILE November 1982
  • 13
    3
    READING FILE FOR TSG December 1982
  • 14
    3
    READING FILE-TSG June 1982
  • 15
    3
    READING FILE-TSG August 1982
  • 16
    3
    READING FILE-TSG September 1982
  • 17
    3
    READING FILE-TSG September 1982
  • 17
    3
    READING FILE-TSG July 1982
  • 18
    3
    READING FILE-TSG June 1982
  • 19
    3
    READING FILE-TSG June 1982
  • 20
    3
    READING FILE-TSG June 1982
  • 1
    4
    075.232 TRUCK RULES AND REGULATIONS
  • 2
    4
    075.204 MOTOR VEHICLE EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS
  • 3
    4
    075.402.1 LICENSE PLATES
  • 4
    4
    075.203.1 REGROOVED TIRES
  • 5
    4
    075.203.1 REGROOVED TIRES
  • 6
    4
    075.203.1 REGROOVED TIRES
  • 7
    4
    075.202 DRIVER LICENSES REQUIREMENTS
  • 8
    4
    075.202 DRIVER LICENSES REQUIREMENTS
  • 10
    4
    075.202 DRIVER LICENSES REQUIREMENTS
  • 9
    4
    DRAFT REPORTS CARPOOLING
  • 11
    4
    STATE OF MICHIGAN-Vehicle Code-1949
  • 12
    4
    075.201 SIZES & WEIGHTS-RESTRICTIONS
  • 13
    4
    075.201 SIZES & WEIGHTS-RESTRICTIONS
  • 14
    4
    075.21 COMMON CARRIER REGULATIONS
  • 15
    4
    075.23 COMMISSION POWERS OVER MOTOR CARRIERS
  • 16
    4
    075.203 TIRE RESTRICTIONS-RETREADS
  • 17
    4
    075.1 SAFETY-PRIVATE CARRIERS
  • 18
    4
    075.59 TAXICABS-LOCAL INFORMATION
  • 19
    4
    075.61 ICC RULING ON TROLLEY BUSES
  • 20
    4
    075.2 VIRGINIA
  • 21
    4
    075.2 WASHINGTON
  • 22
    4
    075.2 WEST VIRGINIA
  • 23
    4
    075.2 WISCONSIN
  • 24
    4
    075.2 WYOMING
  • 24
    4
    075.2 WYOMING
  • 25
    4
    075.2 MOTOR BUS LAWS-CANADA
  • 26
    4
    075.2 PENNSYLVANIA
  • 1
    5
    TRUST FUND HEARINGS 3/11/70
  • 2
    5
    STATEMENTS/MAPS
  • 3
    5
    814.8 LEGISLATIVE COMM 1972-1973
  • 4
    5
    TRUST FUND HEARING 3/04/70
  • 5
    5
    814.8 TRUST FUND HEARINGS 3/5/20
  • 6
    5
    077.241 REPORTS OPERATION DATA;REGS BY REGULATORY BOARD
  • 7
    5
    077.252 COMMISSION AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS
  • 8
    5
    077.23 ACCOUNTS-REGULATIONS
  • 9
    5
    077.22 CAPITALIZATION REGULATION
  • 10
    5
    077.26 REGULATIONS OF SERVICE
  • 11
    5
    077.253 RATES, PAST EARNINGS OR LOSSES RULINGS
  • 12
    5
    077.251 JUST AND REASONABLE CHARGE
  • 13
    5
    COMMISSIONS
  • 14
    5
    LIBRARY STUDY AND EVALUATION OF URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION REGULATION AND REGULATORY BODIES
  • 15
    5
    075 MUNICIPAL FRANCHISING AND REGULATION
  • 16
    5
    INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION GENERAL RULES OF PRACTICE
  • 17
    5
    074.32 SPECIAL INQUIRY FUEL TAX EXEMPTION
  • 18
    5
    075.2 MISSISIPPI
  • 19
    5
    075.2 NEW HAMPSHIRE
  • 20
    5
    075.2 NEW JERSEY
  • 21
    5
    075.2 OHIO
  • 22
    5
    0.75.2 NEW YORK
  • 23
    5
    0.75.1 SAFETY MECHANICAL REGULATIONS
  • 24
    5
    0.75.12 HOUGOMOI
  • 25
    5
    075.102 LICENCE REQUIREMENTS
  • 26
    5
    075.12 ICC REGULATIONS OF MOTOR TRUCKS
  • 27
    5
    075.12 ICC RAIL
  • 28
    5
    075.2 MOTOR VEHICLE LAWS-GENERAL
  • 29
    5
    075.2 CALIFORNIA
  • 30
    5
    075.2 DELAWARE
  • 31
    5
    075.2 CONNECTICUT
  • 32
    5
    075.2 ILLINOIS
  • 33
    5
    075.2 INDIANA
  • 34
    5
    075.2 KENTUCKY
  • 35
    5
    075.2 MASSACHUSETTS
  • 36
    5
    075.233 REGS OF SCHOOL CHARTER BUS SERVICE DEC'58
  • 37
    5
    075.233 REGS OF SCHOOL CHARTER BUS SERVICE December 1958
  • 38
    5
    075.233 NEW YORKS WORLDS FAIR-CHARTER BUS REGS-'39
  • 39
    5
    075.233 CHARTER BUS OPERATIONS
  • 1
    6
    TIRES 1967
  • 2
    6
    TIRES 1967
  • 3
    6
    900 LOS ANGELES
  • 4
    6
    900 MUNI
  • 5
    6
    900 MUNI
  • 6
    6
    900 ILL-CHICAGO-GENERAL
  • 7
    6
    900.01 GENERAL/MISCELLANEOUS
  • 8
    6
    824.73 MODERN MACHINE ACCOUNTING
  • 9
    6
    824.73 PUNCH CARD ACCOUNTING
  • 10
    6
    824.82 MANUAL OF PAY ROLL PROCEDURE April-1949
  • 11
    6
    824.82 MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN PAY ROLL PROCEDURE
  • 12
    6
    TAX ADVISORY COMMITTEE
  • 13
    6
    814.95 PRINCIPLES OF RATE REGULATION
  • 14
    6
    814.816 SMALL BUS SPECIFICATIONS
  • 15
    6
    824.21 STANDARD CLASSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS
  • 17
    6
    824.214 TROLLEY COACH ACCOUNTING
  • 18
    6
    824.28 PRESERVATION OF RECORDS
  • 19
    6
    824.51 INTERNAL CONTROL
  • 20
    6
    824.72 COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTING PRACTICES
  • 21
    6
    824.721 SUBCOMMITTEE ON NON-UTILITY ACTIVITIES
  • 22
    6
    635.6 NEWSPAPERS
  • 23
    6
    640.03 MOTOR BUSES
  • 24
    6
    814.91 COMMITTEE ON ADVERTISING REVENUE
  • 25
    6
    814.816 BUS DESIGN REPORT
  • 26
    6
    814.816 BUS DESIGN REPORT
  • 27
    6
    KEENE CORP-JOHNSON Fare Boxes
  • 28
    6
    618.38 SHORTAGES AND AVERAGES
  • 29
    6
    814.817 TRUCK REPAIR AND SERVICE DIRECTORY
  • 30
    6
    618.39 LOCKED FARE BOXES
  • 1
    7
    TRUST FUND HEARING MARCH 10, 1970
  • 2
    7
    TRUST FUND HEARING MARCH 10, 1970
  • 3
    7
    MASS TRANSIT HEARINGS (Report of Proceedings)
  • 4
    7
    MASS TRANSIT HEARINGS (Report of Proceedings)
  • 5
    7
    MASS TRANSIT HEARINGS (Report of Proceedings)
  • 6
    7
    SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ACT 1972
  • 7
    7
    DOT 1976 APPROPRIATIONS-'77
  • 8
    7
    ATA IRT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
  • 9
    7
    ATA IRT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
  • 10
    7
    TRANSIT TRUST FUND-GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
  • 11
    7
    RESPONSES TO HR 16261 FROM MEMBERS
  • 12
    7
    TESTIMONY MAY 18, 1970
  • 13
    7
    MASS TRANSIT HEARING [Vol 5](Report of Proceedings)
  • 14
    7
    SEMINAR ON 3154 12/15/70
  • 15
    7
    PRESIDENTS STATEMENTS ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT 8/7/69
  • 16
    7
    814.8 STATEMENT, TESTIMONY, BILLS
  • 17
    7
    874 TRANSIT LEGISLATION
  • 18
    7
    COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE v.s. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  • 19
    7
    SENATE SUBSIDY BILL
  • 20
    7
    CONGRESSIONAL RECORD/ARTICLE AMENDMENT/LEGISLATION
  • 1
    8
    900 D.C. General
  • 2
    8
    900 D.C. General
  • 3
    8
    Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
  • 4
    8
    900 U.S. Possessions
  • 5
    8
    900 PITTSBURGH
  • 6
    8
    900 PITTSBURGH
  • 7
    8
    900 PHILADELPHIA
  • 8
    8
    900 D.C. Transit
  • 9
    8
    900 National Capital Transportation Agency
  • 10
    8
    900 Wisconsin General
  • 11
    8
    900 Tennessee
  • 12
    8
    900 Washington
  • 13
    8
    900 Texas
  • 14
    8
    900.001 Discontinued Electric
  • 15
    8
    900 Seattle World's Fair
  • 16
    8
    900 D.C. General
  • 17
    8
    900 Ohio
  • 19
    8
    900 Illinois - General
  • 20
    8
    900 P.A. ALLEGHENY COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY (PAAC)
  • 21
    8
    900 PHILADELPHIA
  • 22
    8
    900 PITTSBURGH
  • 23
    8
    900 PITTSBURGH
  • 24
    8
    900 Pennsylvania
  • 25
    8
    DIRECTORY, REPORTS & MAPS
  • 26
    8
    DIRECTORY, REPORTS & MAPS
  • 1
    9
    900.1 MISSOURI
  • 2
    9
    900.01 MONTANA (GENERAL)
  • 3
    9
    900.01 NEBRASKA (GENERAL)
  • 4
    9
    900.01 NEVADA (GENERAL)
  • 5
    9
    900.01 NEW HAMPSHIRE (GENERAL)
  • 6
    9
    900.01 MASSACHUSETTS
  • 7
    9
    BUS COMPANY FAILURES - Meeting
  • 8
    9
    Michigan Public Transportation Directory
  • 9
    9
    Plan of Reorganization
  • 10
    9
    Central Automated Transit System
  • 11
    9
    900.01 Massachusetts
  • 12
    9
    900.01 Massachusetts
  • 13
    9
    900.01 Alberguergue
  • 14
    9
    Readjustment of Transaction Agreement May 31, 1935
  • 15
    9
    Transcript of Testimony
  • 16
    9
    900.01 Fifth Avenue
  • 17
    9
    900.01 Long Island Railroad Company
  • 18
    9
    900.01 Long Island Railroad Company
  • 19
    9
    900.01 MICHIGAN (GENERAL)
  • 20
    9
    900.01 MICHIGAN (GENERAL)
  • 21
    9
    900.01 NEW JERSEY
  • 22
    9
    900.01 NEW JERSEY
  • 23
    9
    900.013 NEW YORK
  • 24
    9
    900.01 TWIN CITY/MINNESOTA
  • 25
    9
    900.01 TWIN CITY/MINNESOTA
  • 26
    9
    900.01 TWIN CITY/MINNESOTA
  • 27
    9
    900.01 MISSISSIPPI (GENERAL)
  • 1
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 1
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 2
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 3
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 4
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 5
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 6
    10
    RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
  • 7
    10
    Joint Trackwork Electrical Design Guidelines
  • 8
    10
    840 Rehabilitation and Modernization Task Force
  • 9
    10
    State Regulations on Trolley Cars
  • 10
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 10
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 11
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 12
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 13
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 14
    10
    840 APTA SYSTEM SAFETY COMM.
  • 15
    10
    840 Stars
  • 16
    10
    CAR EQUIPMENT
  • 17
    10
    CAR EQUIPMENT
  • 18
    10
    NFPA STANDARD ON FIXED GUIDE TRANSIT-REPORT
  • 19
    10
    NFPA STANDARD ON FIXED GUIDE TRANSIT-REPORT
  • 1
    11
    900 NYC INTERBOUROUGH
  • 2
    11
    900 NEW YORK STATEN ISLAND
  • 3
    11
    900 MASSACHUSETTS GEN
  • 4
    11
    900 MASSACHUSETTS GEN.
  • 5
    11
    900 6th AVENUE
  • 6
    11
    900 NYC TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 7
    11
    900 NYC TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 8
    11
    900 NEW YORK CENTRAL
  • 9
    11
    900 3rd AVENUE
  • 10
    11
    900 NYC INDEPENDENT
  • 11
    11
    900 REPORTS
  • 12
    11
    900 REPORTS
  • 13
    11
    900 REPORTS
  • 14
    11
    STATISTICAL GUIDE FOR NEW YORK CITY
  • 15
    11
    900 NYC LONG ISLAND
  • 16
    11
    900 NYC LONG ISLAND
  • 17
    11
    900 NEW YORK TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 18
    11
    900 NEW YORK TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 19
    11
    900 NEW YORK TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 1
    12
    900.01 COLUMBUS OH.
  • 2
    12
    IDEA 27th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • 3
    12
    APTA 200 CONFERENCES, SEMINARS/WEEKLY MAGAZINE
  • 4
    12
    900.1 GREATER CLEVELAND-Regional Transit Authority
  • 5
    12
    900.01 SEPTA
  • 6
    12
    900.01 SEPTA
  • 7
    12
    900.01 SEPTA
  • 8
    12
    900.01 ALLEN COUNTY REG. TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 9
    12
    900.01 MIAMI VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 10
    12
    900.01 CHARLOTTE TRANSIT SYSTEM
  • 21
    12
    900.01 TOLEDO AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 12
    12
    DUKE POWER COMPANY
  • 13
    12
    900.01 NORTH DAKOTA (GENERAL)
  • 14
    12
    900.01 YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
  • 15
    12
    900.01 METRO REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTH
  • 16
    12
    900.01 QUENN CITY METRO
  • 17
    12
    900.01 OHIO (GENERAL)
  • 18
    12
    900.01 OH
  • 19
    12
    900.01 OKLAHOMA (GENERAL)
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    12
    900.01 PORTLAND, OREGON
  • 21
    12
    900.01 OREGON (GENERAL)
  • 22
    12
    900.01 PITTSBURGH, PA
  • 23
    12
    900.01 PENNSYLVANIA (GENERAL CON'T)
  • 24
    12
    900.01 FIFTH AVENUE - Surface Transit Condemnation
  • 25
    12
    900.01 FIFTH AVENUE - Surface Transit Condemnation
  • 26
    12
    900.01 FIFTH AVE ROBERTS CROSS EXAMINATION
  • 27
    12
    900.01 NIAGARA FRONTIER TRANSIT METRO SYSTEM
  • 28
    12
    900.01 ROCHESTER-GENESEE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
  • 29
    12
    900.01 SCHENECTADY
  • 30
    12
    900.01 REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICE (ROCHESTER)
  • 31
    12
    900.01 UNITED TRACTION, N.Y.
  • 32
    12
    900.01 SYRACUSE
  • 33
    12
    900.01 INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY CO.
  • 1
    13
    900.01 INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY CO.
  • 2
    13
    900.01 INTL. RAILWAY CO. - Proposal of Plan of Reorganization
  • 3
    13
    900.01 OHIO (GENERAL)
  • 4
    13
    900.01 NORTH CAROLINA (GENERAL)
  • 5
    13
    CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 6
    13
    900.01 CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 7
    13
    900.01 CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 8
    13
    900.01 NASSAU COUNTY, N.Y.
  • 9
    13
    900.01 FIFTH AVENUE N.Y.
  • 10
    13
    900.01 NYC GREEN BUS LINES
  • 11
    13
    900.01 NYC STATEN ISLAND
  • 12
    13
    900.01 NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 13
    13
    900.01 NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
  • 14
    13
    900.01 NYC SURFACE TRANSIT INC.
  • 15
    13
    900.01 SYRACUSE TRANSIT CORP. N.Y.
  • 1
    14
    REPORT OF THE APTA TRACTION MOTOR PERFORMANCE TASK FORCE
  • 2
    14
    AMERICAN TRANSIT ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE COMMITTEE
  • 3
    14
    EXPRESSWAY BUS OPERATIONS
  • 4
    14
    APPENDIX TO APTA PETITION
  • 5
    14
    1983 Reports of Transaction Motor Performance Task Force
  • 6
    14
    ASAE Evaluation Report
  • 7
    14
    SEMAPHORES ON VEHICLE USED IN SCHOOL BUS SERVICE June 3rd, 1964
  • 8
    14
    OPERATORS WAGE CHANGES
  • 9
    14
    OPERATORS' WAGE CHANGES
  • 10
    14
    Instructions of Operations and Trolley Coaches
  • 11
    14
    Code#'s, Industrial Injuries, Transit Industry 1938-1956
  • 12
    14
    Carbon monoxide Poisoning and Exhaust Fume Elimination
  • 13
    14
    STATISTICS OF ELECTRIC RAILWAYS OF CANADA 1943-1952
  • 14
    14
    STATISTICS OF ELECTRIC RAILWAYS OF CANADA 1943-1952
  • 15
    14
    Carbon monoxide Poisoning and Exhaust Fume Elimination
  • 1
    15
    900.01 ALASKA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 ALABAMA (GENERAL)
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    ROUTE MAPS 10/25/65
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    900 UNITED STATES-GENERAL
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    CITY EXHIBITS
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    900.01 NEW JERSEY/NEW YORK/
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    900.01 COMPARISONS OF TNJ AND OTHER LARGE BUS OPERATIONS
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    900.01 TACOMA TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 TACOMA TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 MASSACHUSETTS
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    900.01 MASSACHUSETTS
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    900.01 NEW MEXICO (GENERAL)
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    900.01 NEW YORK
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    900.01 NEW YORK
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    900.01 INDEPENDENT
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    Feasibility and Desirability of Privately Provided Transit Service 900.01 TECHNICAL REPORT
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    900.01 NEW YORK Miscellaneous Clippings
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    900 NEW YORK STATE
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    900 MARYLAND-BALTIMORE
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    900.01
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    N.E. GROUP
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    LOUISINA
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    900 INDIANA
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    900 MAINE
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    Public Law 86th CONGRESS 7/14/60
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    900 MARYLAND BALTIMORE TRANSIT CO.
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    900 MARYLAND BALTIMORE TRANSIT CO.
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    900.001 Discontinued/Abandonned Railway Operations
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    REGROOVED TIRES-POSITIVE REPLIES
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    REGROOVED TIRES-POSITIVE REPLIES
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    REGROOVED TIRES-POSITIVE REPLIES
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    REGROOVED TIRES-POSITIVE REPLIES
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    REGROOVED TIRES (CANADA) 8/25/67
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    BLS SURVEY-BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
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    BLS SURVEY-BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
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    BLS SURVEY-BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
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    BLS SURVEY-BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
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    FLSA SPECIAL REPORT OVERTIME
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    REGROOVED TIRES-NEGATIVE REPLIES 8/25/67
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    URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT
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    URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT
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    890 PUBLIC RELATIONS '67-'69
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    RESTRUCTURING OF P.R. DIVISION
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    ASF-IRT-ATA JOINT COMM 893.14 P.R. POLICY COMM.
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    884.265 PCC RAPID TRANSIT EQT.
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    884.265 SUBCOMMITTEE ON RAPID TRANSIT CARS
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    WAGE WEEKLY 1972-1974
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    Inquiry on Sick Leave Abuse
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    OVERTIME IN THE TRANSIT INDUSTRY
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    OVERTIME IN THE TRANSIT INDUSTRY
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    900 OREGON
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    900 OREGON
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    CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    OREGON
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    HR 9331
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    HR 9331
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    HOUSING ACT
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    FINANCE
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    FINANCE
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    FINANCE
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    FINANCE
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    814.8 (FLSA) CORRESPONDENCE
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    (FLSA) LEGISLATION, AMENDMENTS, BILLS, LAWS
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    (FLSA) LEGISLATION, AMENDMENT, BILLS, LAWS
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    (FLSA) BULLETINS, MAILINGS
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    (FLSA) MISC>
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    (FLSA) STATEMENTS TESTIMONY
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    (FLSA) VOTES
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    PERLY AMEND 4/8/70
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    PERLY AMEND 1/8/70
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    HR 18185
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    RESPONSES ON H.R. 18185
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    TESTIMONY MAY 1970 FEDERAL AID TO HGWY
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    TESTIMONY MAY 20, 1970
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    TESTIMONY JUNE 10, 1970
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    HR 16261
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    SEMINAR ON 3154 12/15/70
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    HEARINGS JANUARY 1970
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    LEGAL
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    LEGAL
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    LEGAL
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    URBAN MOTOR COACH DESIGN OBJECTIVES 4/10/58
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    THE BUS OF THE FUTURE
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    619.4 SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY
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    620 EXPRESS AND FREIGHT
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    620.08 AIRSHIPPING
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    618.4 FAREBOXES
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    618.4 FARE BOXES
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    618.22 COUNTERFEIT TOKENS
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    618.26 COUNTERFEIT DETECTION
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    618.27 TICKETS OR TOKENS VOIDED BY CHANGE IN RATES
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    619.3 FARES, FERRY
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    618.31 METHODS OF CHECKING FARES
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    618.221 FOREIGN TOKENS
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    618.311 OPERATORS REPORTS
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    SHORTAGES AND OVERAGES
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    620.161 CONTAINER SYSTEM
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    620.23 MOTOR TRUCKS
  • 18
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    630.03 MOTOR BUS
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    618.43 MACHINES FOR MAKING CHANGE
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    618.43 CHANGE MAKING MACHINES
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    618.45 TICKETS
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    618.491 TOLL COLLECTION MACHINES 6/8/49
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    618.5 HAND COLLECTION
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    618.601 TOKEN ACCOUNTING PROCEDURE
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    618.6 ACCOUNTING IN FARE COLLECTION
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    618.61 TICKET AND COIN COUNTING
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    618.63 ACCOUNTING FOR UNREDEENED TICKETS
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    618.131.4 GOVT. AND LARGE CO. PURCHASE OF TOKENS
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    618.131 TOKEN HOLDERS
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    618.133 TOKEN ISSUING MACHINES
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    618.171 FARE COLLECT ON ZONE SYSTEM
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    618.18 CREDIT SYSTEM OF FAIR PAYMENT
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    618.19 SCRIP
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    618.131 AMERICAN VECTURIST ASSOCIATION
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    APTA NEWS
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    RAPID TRANSIT CONFERENCE
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    618.124 OFF BUS SALE OF TOKENS
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    618.124 OFF BUS SALE OF TOKENS
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    618.131 METAL TOKENS
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    618.123 EXACT FARE
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    618.123 EXACT FARE ATA MATERIAL INQUIRES ETC
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    Subway Rail CAsh Transit
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    Subway Rail Cash Transit
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    URRVS TRAIN CONTROL
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    URRVS TRAIN CONTROL
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    ACT CONTROLLER
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    ACT CONTROLLER
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS COMMUNICATION
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    URRVS BRAKES
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    URRVS ACT PROGRAM
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    URRVS ACT PROGRAM
  • 14
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    URRVS ACT PROGRAM
  • 15
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    URRVS TRUCKS AND SUSPENSION
  • 17
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    ACT - CAB AND BUS
  • 18
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    URRVS 5.3.4. Propulsion
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    URRVS 5.3.4. Propulsion
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    URRVS 5.3.4. Propulsion
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    URRVS 5.3.4. Heating, Ventilating,AC
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    884.265 Surface Cars Subcommittee
  • 2
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    884.26 Questionnaire-Resilient Wheel Pressure Check
  • 3
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    884.262 Surface Cars Subcommittee
  • 4
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    884.265 June 1960 Questionnaire
  • 5
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    884.265 May 1963 - Rapid Transit Cars - Subcommittee On
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    884.265 Oct.1962 - Meeting Rapid Transit Cars Subcommittee
  • 7
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    884.265 Rapid Transit Cars 11/26/62
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    884.265 Rapid Transit Cars
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    884.265 Rapid Transit Subcommittee
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    884.265 Dec.1959-Rapid Transit Cars, Subcommittee Meeting
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    884.26 May 1962 - Circular Letters and Minutes
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    May 1962 - Mechanical Division Advisory Committee on Rail Cars
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    884.26 May 1962-Meeting Rail Cars, Advisory Committee On
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    884.26 June 1961-Meeting ADV. Comm. on Rail Cars
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    884.26 Nov.1958-Meeting ADV. Committee on Rail Cars
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    884.26 Sep. 1960-Meeting Rail Cars Committee and Subcommittee
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    890 Public Relations '70-71
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    Characteristics of the Urban Transit Mode
  • 19
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    Mr.Somerville
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    894.03 Public Relations
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    Minutes, Public Relations Division-Feb 1946 to date
  • 22
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    Minutes, Public Relations Division Feb 1946 date
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    890 Marketing Grants
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    890 Marketing Grants
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    890 Marketing Grants 1974
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    890 MARKETING GRANTS 1974
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    890 MARKETING DIVISION 1972-73
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    890 Marketing Division 1972-1973
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    890 MARKETING DIVISION 1972-1973
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    890 MARKETING DIVISION 1974
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    890 MARKETING DIVISION 1974
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    890 Marketing Division 1974
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    Public Relations/Ketchum,Mcleod and Grove Inc.
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    TIRES 1967
  • 1
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    Submittal of Contractual Data
  • 2
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    Equipment Specification for ACT-1 Vehicle
  • 3
    23
    ACT1-SIMULATED DEMO
  • 4
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    URBAN RAPID RAIL VEHICLE AND SYSTEM PROGRAM
  • 5
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    URBAN RAPID RAIL VEHICLE AND SYSTEM PROGRAM
  • 6
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    URBAN RAPID RAIL VEHICLE AND SYSTEM PROGRAM
  • 7
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.1 General Correspondence
  • 8
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.1 General Correspondence
  • 9
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.1 General Correspondence
  • 10
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    2.1 ACT-1
  • 11
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    2.1 ACT-1
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    2.1 ACT-1
  • 13
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    2.1 ACT-1
  • 14
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    ACT-1 PROGRAM
  • 15
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    ACT-1 PROGRAM
  • 16
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    SUBMITTAL OF CONTRACTUAL DATA ACT-1 PROGRAM
  • 17
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    ACT-1 REPORTS
  • 18
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    ACT-1 CARBODY-CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW VOLUME 1
  • 19
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    ACT-1 CARBODY-CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW VOLUME 2
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    TORONTO TRANSIT COMMISSION
  • 2
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    840 1972 Rail Transit Meeting
  • 3
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    840 1971 Rail Transit Meeting
  • 4
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    618.131 METAL TOKENS
  • 5
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    815.136 ANNUAL MEETING PHOTOS
  • 6
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    1976-RAPID TRANSIT MEETING
  • 7
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    1976 RAPID TRANSIT MEETING
  • 8
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    1976 RAPID TRANSIT MEETING
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    1976 RAPID TRANSIT MEETING
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    1976 RAPID TRANSIT MEETING
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    834.03 REGIONAL CONFERENCES
  • 12
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    TRANSIT '76 REVOLUTION NEWS
  • 13
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    TRANSIT 76 ASSOCIATION
  • 14
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    RAIL TRANSIT 1973-74
  • 15
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    BOOKLETS
  • 16
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    '73 RAIL TRANSIT CONFERENCE-CHICAGO April 23-27 MC CORMICK INN
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    1974 RAIL TRANSIT-SAN FRANCISCO
  • 18
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    1974 RAIL-SAN FRANCISCO
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    840 1977 RAPID TRANSIT CONF. JUNE 28-30 - Wash. D.C.
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    840 1977 RAPID TRANSIT CONF - JUNE 28-30 Wash DC
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    RAPID TRANSIT CONFERENCE - APR. 1-3, 1975
  • 4
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    RAPID TRANSIT CONFERENCE - APR. 1-3, 1975
  • 5
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    1975 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1975 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1975 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1975 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1974 RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1974 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1973 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    1973 - RAIL TRANSIT MEETING
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    900 GEORGIA
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    900 SAN FRANCISCO
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    900 CHICAGO
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 4.0 ADVISORY BOARD
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 5.2 ACT - Boeing Reports ADVISORY BOARD
  • 11
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 5.2 ACT - Boeing Reports ADVISORY BOARD
  • 12
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 5.2 ACT - Boeing Reports ADVISORY BOARD
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    RESEARCH REPORTS
  • 14
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    RESEARCH REPORTS
  • 15
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    RESEARCH REPORTS
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    URRVS 5.3.2. DOOR OPERATIONS AND CONTROL
  • 17
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    URRVS 5.3.2. DOOR OPERATIONS AND CONTROL
  • 18
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    URRVS 5.3.2. DOOR OPERATIONS AND CONTROL
  • 19
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    DESIGN SPECIFICATION
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    DESIGN SPECIFICATION
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    900 CHICAGO
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    900 CHICAGO
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    900 PHILADELPHIA
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    900 PHILADELPHIA
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    900 ILLINOIS
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    900 HAWAII
  • 7
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    900 PHILADELPHIA
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    900 OHIO - CLEVELAND
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    252.001 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
  • 2
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    252.042 PENSIONS
  • 3
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    252.001 COMPUTERS
  • 4
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    252.001 COMPUTERS
  • 5
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    CITY X AND ENVIRONS 1980
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    311.1 SALE OF PROPERTY
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    311.2 SALE OF PROPERTY
  • 8
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    311.2 SALE OF PROPERTY
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    LEASE OF PROPERTY
  • 10
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    312.11 REAL ESTATE LEASE BACK CONTRACTS
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    315.6 PAVING
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    340.01 TRACK STRUCTURES
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    340.02 TRACK MILEAGE
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    TRACK MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORK
  • 15
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    COMMITTEE ON EXCHANGE OF SPECIFICATIONS
  • 16
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    COMMITTEE ON EXCHANGE OF SPECIFICATIONS
  • 17
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    340.301 PAVING AND TRACK REMOVAL
  • 18
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    340.301 ABANDONMENTS
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    342.7 RAIL GRINDERS
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    351.23 ROBOT OPERATORS
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    PERRY TURNSTILES
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    355.1 BUS GARAGES
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    355.2 OUTDOOR STORAGE OF VEHICLES
  • 24
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    359.5 PURCHASE AND STORES METHODS
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    DEMAND RESPONSIVE #523.24
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    DEMAND RESPONSIVE TRANSPORTATION
  • 3
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    #520.302 LOADING OF BUS PASSENGERS
  • 4
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    #523.33 RE-ROUTING STUDIES BUS
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    #523.33 CHARTER SERVICE
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    #523.33 CHARTER SERVICE
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    #523.34 SPECIAL SERVICE
  • 8
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    #523.341 SUNDAY BUS SERVICE
  • 9
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    #523.343 NIGHT SERVICE MOTOR BUS
  • 9
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    #523.343 NIGHT SERVICE MOTOR BUS
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    #523.392 ARMY CAPS
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    #523.393 ACCESS TO AIRPORT
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    #560.4 SIGNAL INSPECTION
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    #574 A.T.A. RADIO
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    #574 TRANSIT RADIO
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    #574.1 RADIO DISPATCHING GENERAL
  • 17
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    #576.2 TELEVISION TRANS. INTERFERENCE
  • 18
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    #580 ACCIDENTS
  • 19
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    #580.01 SERIOUS AND FATAL ACCIDENTS
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    URRUS 5.3.4 Heating and Ventilation AC
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    HVAC SYSTEM
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    URRVS 5.3.1 CarBody
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    URRVS 5.3.1 CarBody
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    URRVS 5.3.1 CarBody
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    038 Insurance-Gen
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    038 Insurance-Gen
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    038 Insurance - Gen
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    038 Insurance - Gen
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    900.01 New Orleans Public Service, Inc.
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    013.163 LABOR AGREEMENTS
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    013.163 Labor agreements
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    013.163 LABOR AGREEMENTS
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    American Transit Association
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    Personnel-A.T.A.-Info
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    Personnel - ATA - Info
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    Marketing and Rider Motivation
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    Energy Conservation and Rationing
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    812.6 Small Operations
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    812.6 Small Operations
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    812.6 Small Operations
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    812.6 Small Operations
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    Associate Member Survey
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    Associate Member Survey
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    Associate Member Survey
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    812.4 Committee on Committees
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    Committee on Committees
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    812 Membership Committees
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    State and County Classification
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    812.22 State Dots
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    900.023 ABANDONMENTS, TROLLEY COACH
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    900.023 ABANDONMENTS, TROLLEY COACH
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    900.023 ABANDONMENTS, TROLLEY COACH
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    900.02 BOSTON
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    900.02 MICHIGAN
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    900.02 MARYLAND
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    900.02 LOUSIANA
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    900.02 LOUISVILLE
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    900.02 KANSAS
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    900.02 CHICAGO
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    900.013 ABANDONMENT OF BUS SERVICE
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    900.02 OHIO
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    900.013 ABANDONED OR SOLD TRANSIT COMPANIES 1968
  • 14
    32
    900.02 IOWA
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    32
    900.02 OREGON
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    900.02 ARKANSAS
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    900.02 CALIFORNIA
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    900.02 COLARADO
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    900.02 DELAWARE
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    900.02 FLORIDA
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    900.02 GEORGIA
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    900.02 HONOLULU
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    900.02 TROLLEY COACHES
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    900.02 NORTH DAKOTA
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    900.02 NORTH CAROLINA
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    900.02 NEW YORK
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    32
    900.02 NEW JERSEY
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    32
    900.02 MISCELLANEOUS
  • 29
    32
    900.013 DISCONTINUED LINES Ohio-Ore
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    900.02 TABULATIONS TROLLEY COACHES
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    32
    900.02 TABULATIONS TROLLEY COACHES
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    32
    900.02 TABULATIONS TROLLEY COACHES
  • 34
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    900.02 TABULATIONS TROLLEY COACHES
  • 35
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    900.013 TRANSIT COMPANIES ABANDONMENT OF BUS SERVICE
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    900.013 TRANSIT COMPANIES ABANDONMENT OF BUS SERVICE
  • 37
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    900.02 ALABAMA
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    900.02 TROLLEY COACHES-GENERAL
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    900.02 TROLLEY COACHES - GENERAL
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    900.02 TROLLEY COACHES - GENERAL
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    843.1 RAIL TRANSIT GROUP GENERAL
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    ADV. COMM. WAYS AND STRUCT. 10-15-70
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    RAIL TRANSIT MEET SEPT.24, 1971
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    RAIL TRANSIT STEER COMM. OCT 16,1970
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    RAIL TRANSIT ANNUAL MEETING
  • 6
    33
    RAIL TRANSIT COMM. STEERING 9-11-72
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    33
    STEERING COMM. APRIL 23rd 1970
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    33
    RAIL TRANSIT GROUP SEPTEMBER 19,1969
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    POWER AND SIGNALS - APRIL 22, 1970
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    843.1 STEERING COMMITTEE ON RAIL TRANSIT GROUP
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    ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND STRUCTURES
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    ADVISORY COMM. ON CAR EQUIPMENT 4-22-70
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    844 RECORDING AND OFF THE JOB INJURIES
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    844.1 SAFETY STANDARDS BOARD
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    844.1 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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    SAFETY
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    SAFETY STANDARDS
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    840 CAR EQUIPMENT
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    #580.2 TRANSIT ACCIDENT DEATH STATISTICS
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    #580.2 COMPARATIVE OPERATING ACCIDENT RATES
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    #580.2 COMPARATIVE OPERATING ACCIDENT RATES
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    #580.201 FATAL AND SERIOUS TRANSIT VEHICLES
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    #580.2 COMPARATIVE OPERATING ACCIDENT RATES
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    #580.21 TRANSIT ACCIDENTS FILE
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    011.222.11 REPLIES ON USE OF SPOTTERS IN DETECTING FARE IRREGULARITIES January 1950
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    011.222.11 REPLIES TO QUESTIONNAIRE CONCERNING USE OF SPOTTERS for detecting irregularities in handling fares dated January 23rd, 1950
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE PART I
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE PART II
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    844.1 LIGHTING
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE 4
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE PART II
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    AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE PART II
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    844.1 METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING ACC. EXPERIENCE PART II
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    AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE
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    NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
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    AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
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    001 ARBA
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    AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE
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    AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE
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    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
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    AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIAL
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    AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY FOUNDATION
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    001 COMTO
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    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
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    HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD STATE OF THE ART
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    HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD STATE OF THE ART
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    HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD STATE OF THE ART
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    ENO FOUNDATION FOR TRANSPORTATION INC
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    FLORIDA BUS ASSOCIATION
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    HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD
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    HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD
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    001 TRANSIT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MEETING
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    NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
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    NATIONAL GOVERNORS CONFERENCE
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    NATIONAL TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION
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    NATL. CAP PARK AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
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    NATL. COMM. ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC LAWS AND ORD>
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    GENERAL U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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    GENERAL N.F.P.A.
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    GENERAL U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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    GENERAL U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON URBAN TRANSPORT
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    HIGHWAY USERS ASSOCIATION
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    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES
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    GENERAL U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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    GENERAL US CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
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    001 INTERGOVERMENTAL RELATIONS
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    CAPITAL HILL CLUB
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    CANADIAN TRANSIT ASSOCIATION
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    INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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    WAGES, OVERTIME AND SCHEDULED HOURS NONOPERATING PERSONNEL
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    WAGES, OVERTIME AND SCHEDULED HOURS NONOPERATING PERSONNEL
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    WAGES, OVERTIME AND SCHEDULED HOURS NONOPERATING PERSONNEL
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    WAGES, OVERTIME AND SCHEDULED HOURS NONOPERATING PERSONNEL
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    Bulletin No.886-January 1963
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    Bulletin No.891-August 1963
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    Bulletin No.893-March 1964
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    Bulletin No.898-September 1964
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    Bulletin No.899-March 1965
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    Bulletin No.904-October 1965
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    Bulletin No.910-December 1966
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    Bulletin No.911-June 1967
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    Bulletin No.916-November 1967
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    Bulletin No.923-May/November 1968
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    Bulletin No.924-May 1969
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    DATA SHEET 581 RAIL BUS TROLLEY
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    BULLETIN #904
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    DATA SHEET 581 BUS 100%
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    1979 Rail Transit Steering Committee Meeting MORGANTOWN
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    RAIL OPERATIONS - GENERAL
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    RAIL OPERATIONS - GENERAL
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    ELECTRICAL INSULATION FIRE CHARACTERISTIC
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    RAIL OPERATIONS (T and O) OCT 24-27, 1978 COLORADO SPRINGS
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    RAIL OPERATIONS (T and O) OCT 24-27, 1978 COLORADO SPRINGS
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    '79 MINUTES - Rail Transit Steering Committee
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    1980 MINUTES - Rail Transit Steering Committee
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    844.1 ASA D15 INTERPRETATIONS
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    WAYS AND STRUCTURES
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    WAYS AND STRUCTURES
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    WAYS AND STRUCTURES
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    APTA TRANSIT CAR EQUIPMENT HIERARCHY
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    RAIL TRANSIT DIVISION 1972-1973
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    RAIL TRANSIT - MISCELLANEOUS
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    844.1ASA RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET AND PASSENGER ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE
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    844.1ASA RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET AND PASSENGER ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE
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    844.1ASA RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET AND PASSENGER ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE
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    844.1ASA RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET AND PASSENGER ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE
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    1981 RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMM. MEETING
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    1981 RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMM. MEETING
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    1981 RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMM. MEETING
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    012.24 1962 SPECIAL WAGE SERVICE
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    012.24 1963 SPECIAL WAGE SERVICE
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    012.24 1964 SPECIAL WAGE SERVICE
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    012.24 1966 SPECIAL WAGE SERVICE
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    012.24 1968 SPECIAL WAGE SERVICE
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    012.24 OPERATORS' WAGE CHANGES
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    LABOR PRACTICES AND INFORMATION
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    012.24 EXECUTIVE CONFERENCE/SEMINAR
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    011.222.3 CASE INTERVIEW
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    011.312 SOCIAL SECURITY
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    011.312.1 WORKMENS' COMPENSATION
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    WAGES AND SALARIES
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    WAGES - QUESTIONNAIRE
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    012.2 WAGES AND WORKING CONDITIONS
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    011.211.03 IDENTIFICATION OF TRAINMEN
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    011.222 DISCIPLINE OF TRAINMEN
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    003.71 LIBRARIES
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    003.2 URBAN TRANSIT COMPANIES AS OF DEC. 31st,1964
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    CONSUMER'S PRICE INDEX 1/23/70 to Dec 1974
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    MONTHLY REPORTS OF CHANGES IN CONSUMER'S PRICE INDEX 1961,1962,1963,1964,1965
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    CONSUMER'S PRICE INDEX-JAN 15,1961 003.341
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    PURCHASING POWER OF THE CONSUMER' DOLLAR IN THE U.S. Consumer Price Index (1957-59=100)
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    ENERGY AND PUBLIC TRANSIT - A PROPOSAL
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    URBAN TRANSIT RESEARCH
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    003.2 URBAN TRANSIT COMPANIES AS OF DEC 31, 1966 Distributed by population groups
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    CENSUS OF CANADA, 1961
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    001 APTA PRESS
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    DISTRIBUTION STANDARD EXAMINATIONS
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    ATA PLACEMENT INTERVIEW 011.12
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    STANDARD EXAMINATION FOR TRANSIT EMPLOYEES 011.123
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    MINORITY STATISTICS 1943 011.125
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    STANFORD UNIVERSITY - SURVEY
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    TRANSIT F.E.P. CASES
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    011.128 PERSONAL REACTION
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    NATIONAL TRANSIT SAFETY
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    MANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS - ATA OPERATING ACCIDENT CLASSIFICATION
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    #580.231 ACCIDENT PREVENTION
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    #580.213 ACCIDENT PREVENTION
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    #580.213 ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE
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    #580.215 DATA ON TRAFFIC AND PASSENGER ACCIDENTS
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    #580.215 DATA ON TRAFFIC AND PASSENGER ACCIDENTS
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    #580.23 ANALYSIS OF PASSENGER ACCIDENTS
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    #580.24 ACCIDENT REPORT AND SUMMARY
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    580.25 TRANSIT SAFETY - SUBWAY
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    SAFETY METHODOLOGY IN RAIL RAPID TRANSIT
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    MASS TRANSIT ACCIDENTS
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    ACCIDENT PREVENTION
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    #580.543.1 SEAR BELTS
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    #580.543.1 SEAR BELTS
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    #814.8 OPERATING SUBSIDIES-FARE STABILIZATION
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    #814.8 OPERATING SUBSIDIES-FARE STABILIZATION
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    #814.8 OPERATING SUBSIDIES-FARE STABILIZATION
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    #814.8 OPERATING SUBSIDIES-FARE STABILIZATION
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    #814.8 OPERATING SUBSIDIES-FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION COMMITTEE
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION
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    FARE STABILIZATION COMM. MTG. April 5, 10:00 am - ATA
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    FARE STABILIZATION COMM. MTG. April 5, 10:00 am - ATA
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    FARE STABILIZATION COMM. MTG. April 5, 10:00 am - ATA
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    812.1 Membership-General
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    812.1 Membership-General
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    812.1 Membership-General
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    Bylaws
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    812.1 University Memberships
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    812.1 Membership-Management Companies
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    APTA Bylaws
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    APTA Bylaws
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    APTA Bylaws
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    APTA Bylaws
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    811 Constitution and Bylaws
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    811 Constitution and Bylaws
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    811 Constitution and Bylaws
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    811 Constitution and Bylaws
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    812.11 Membership Campaign
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    812.11 Special Dues Comm. '76-77
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    811.122 Dues
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    900.01 D.C. TRANSIT
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    900.01 COLORADO TRANSIT DIRECTORY (1981)
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    900.01 MTA TASK FORCE REPORT
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    900.01 TRANSIT ATLAS - Bus & Taxi Service in IOWA (Aug.1981)
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    900.01 ARKANSAS-GENERAL
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    900.01 COLORADO (GENERAL)
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    900.01 CONNECTICUT
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    900.01 WASHINGTON METRO AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    900.01 TRANSIT EQUIPMENT - MIAMI
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    900.01 MILWAUKEE TRANSPORT SERVICE
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    900.01 WISCONSIN (GENERAL)
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    900.01 SEATTLE - PIERCE
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    900.01 SEATTLE METRO
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    900.01 PENNSYLVANIA Mass Transit and Economic Development
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    900.01 PORT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY
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    900.01 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION DIRECTOR (State of Tennessee)
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    900.01 LEHIGH AND NORTH HAMPTON TRANSPORTATION
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    900.01 CUMBERLAND-DAUPHIN-HARRISBURG
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    900.01 HOUSTON TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 SAN ANTONIO TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 RHODE ISLAND (GENERAL)
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    900.01 TENNESSEE (GENERAL)
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    900.01 CHATTANOOGA AREA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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    900.01 KNOXVILLE, TN
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    900.01 MEMPHIS AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    900.01 DALLAS TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 EL PASO CITY LINES
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    900.01 CITRAN (FORT WORTH)
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    900.01 SANTA CLARA
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    KENTUCKY (GENERAL) 900.01
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    KENTUCKY (GENERAL) 900.01
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    KENTUCKY (GENERAL) 900.01
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    IOWA(GENERAL) 900.01
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    900.01 INDIANA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 TENNESSEE PUBLIC TRANSIT DIRECTORY
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    900.01 MEMPHIS, TN
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    900.01 SOUTH DAKOTA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 SOUTH CAROLINA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 TEXAS (GENERAL)
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    900.01 AUSTIN-TEXAS
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    900.01 METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY (NASHVILLE)
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    900.01 FOREIGN MOTOR BUS OPERATIONS
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    900.01 NEW MEXICO
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    900.01 SAN ANTONIO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
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    900.01 VIRGINIA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 UTAH (GENERAL)
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    900.01 LUZERNE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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    900.01 BERKS AREA READING TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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    900.01 PENNSYLVANIA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 ERIE METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    900.01 WEST VIRGINIA
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    900.01 VIRGINIA (GENERAL)
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    D.O.T./U.M.T.A.
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    Statements/Conference Reports
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    Statements/Conference Reports
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    Task Force G
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    814.8 Federal Aid Highway Act (5.502) Task Force G
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    H.R. Report
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    H.R. Report
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    Highway Bill/Highway Fund
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    Statement from A. Transit Association and Statement from Senator
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    Rail and Bus Transit/Federal Highway Act.
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    Highway Trust Fund
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    Federal Aid Highway and Mass Transit Act
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Act of 1970
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    Highway Cost Allocation Study
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    Highway Cost Allocation Study
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    Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956
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    Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956
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    Fuel Tax File
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    814.8 WO Inf. Public Works Planning
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    Taxation and Finance
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    Taxation ad Finance
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    814.8 WoInf Section 210 Highway Act
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    Section 210 Highway Act
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    Section 210 Highway Act.
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    Federal Aid Highway Act of 1972
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    Housing and Urban Development Act of 1972
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    900.02 PITTSBURG
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    900.02 WASHINGTON
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    900.02 TEXAS
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    900.02 UTAH
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    900.02 VIRGINIA
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    900.02 TENNESSEE
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    900.02 SOUTH CAROLINA
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    900.02 RHODE ISLAND
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    900.02 TRAIN BUS SERVICE
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    900.013 DISCONTINUED LINES
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    900.013 DISCONTINUED LINES - General
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    900.013 ABANDONMENT OF BUS SERVICE
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    URRVS 1.1
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    URRVS 1.1
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    NOISE ABATEMENT STUDY Reports
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    TDC-NOISE STATEMENT STUDY-CORRESPONDENCE
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    TDC-NOISE AND VIBRATION RESEARCH AND PROPOSALS
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    TDL-RFP TSL/TMP 0187
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    TDC-NOISE AND VIBRATION REPORTS
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    TDC-Noise and Vibration Standard Measurements - Correspondence
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    RTC Rail Car Standardization - TDC Proposal
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    RTC - Rail Car Standardization
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    TDC - PROPERTIES RESPONSE AND INPUT
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    TDC PROPOSAL
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 2.1 Project Control Financial Letters
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 3.0 TDC Reports
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 3.1 Weekly Reports to UMTA
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 2.0 Administrative
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 3.4 Pueblo Reports
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 3.4 Pueblo Reports
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    URRVS PROGRAM DC-06-0082 3.4 Pueblo Reports
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    TDC - PROGRAM MATERIALS FLAMMABILITY AND SMOKE
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    TDC - PROGRAM MATERIALS FLAMMABILITY AND SMOKE
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    TDC - PROGRAM MATERIALS FLAMMABILITY AND SMOKE
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    TDC - PROGRAM MATERIALS FLAMMABILITY AND SMOKE /PROFESSOR SMITH USE OF RPT
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    TDL - PRELIMINARY RFP TSC/TMP 0173-RN-CORRESPONDENCE
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    URRVS PROGRAM 1.2 ACT PRE-AWARD DOCUMENTATION
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    013 APTA Labor Relations Comm. (1 of 3) 1976
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    013 APTA Labor Relations Comm. (2 of 3) 1976
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    013 APTA Labor Relations Comm. (3 of 3) 1976
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    MINUTES-EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TRB - June 11, 1986
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    TRB - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING Jan 14, 1986
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    TRANSIT INTERN PROGRAM PROPOSAL 9/20/76
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    011 GERMAN MARSHALL FUND OF THE UNITED STATES
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    TRB-NRC-EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING June 28th, 1982
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    TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD
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    INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS
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    AASHTO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION STEERING COMMITTEE
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    1201 NEW YORK AVENUE NW - KAEMPFER
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    ASAE EVALUATION REPORT
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    1985 CODE OF ETHICS
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    AMERICAN PUBLIC TRANSIT FOUNDATION
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    RUDE AWAKENINGS-WASHINTON POST SERIES
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    1996 ANNUAL MEETING EXPO-ATTENDEE RESEARCH
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    INTL. PUBLIC TRANSIT EXPOSITION 1999- Sales and Marketing Plan
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    INTL. PUBLIC TRANSIT EXPOSITION 1999 Sales and Mktg Plan
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    APTA Files
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    13C 1971 - 72
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    13C-Demo Projects
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    13C - 1978
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    13C - 1978
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    13C - 1978
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    13C AGREEMENTS
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    13-C 1972-1973
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    13-C 1976
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    13-C 1976
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    13-C 1976
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    13-C 1976
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    13-C STUDY BY JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES
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    CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY Collective Bargaining Data
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    F-13C
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    13(C)
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    GENERAL AGREEMENTS
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    GENERAL AGREEMENTS
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    GENERAL AGREEMENTS
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    TRANSIT DATA GROUP
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    WASHINGTON JOB PROTECTION AGREEMENT
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    844.1 INTERPRETATIONS
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    844.1 INTERPRETATIONS
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    844.1 INTERPRETATIONS
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    844.1 INTERPRETATIONS
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE SUBCOMINICATION
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SUBCOMM.
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SUBCOMM.
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    840 VENTILATION - SPECIAL TASK FORCE
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    840 TRACK GEOMETRY MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
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    840 MOVING PEOPLE SAFELY AND DESIGN GUIDELINES.
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SUBCOMM.
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    TRACK CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SUBCOMM.
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    840 CONTRACTING PRACTICES REPORT.
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    840 CONTRACTING PRACTICES REPORT.
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    840 APTA RAIL T AND O OPERATIONS COMM
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    1980 RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMM. MEETING - ATLANTA, GA.
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    1980 RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMM. MEETING - ATLANTA, GA.
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    840 MISCELLANEOUS.
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    '79 MINUTES - RAIL TRANSIT STEERING COMMITTEE.
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    MTA ESCROW ARRANGEMENT
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    MTA ESCROW ARRANGEMENT
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    TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CORP
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    Rail Car Standardization and Rapid Transit
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    RAIL CAR STANDARDIZATION AND RAPID TRANSIT
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    Computer and ATA
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    Computer and ATA
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    Computer and ATA
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    Update
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    Updata
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    Update
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    Harre Demore Articles 1977
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    Sloan Retirement
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    ASAE Evaluation
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    812.1 Executive Comm. Minutes (Hershey) Nov.28,1978
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    812.1 Executive Comm. MINUTES (Hershey) Nov.28, 1978
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    001 ASAE Evaluation
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    Public Transportation Act of 1978
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    Financial Statements .
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    Role of APTA V. Presidents
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    Executive Committee Meeting Nov. 29,1978
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    Executive Committee Retreat and Meeting
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    Staff Analysis - 1979 Action Agenda
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    Discussions of Major Issues facing APTA
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    1978 ASAE APTA Evaluation
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    1978 ASAE APTA Evaluation
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    1978 ASAE APTA Evaluation
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    1978 ASAE APTA Evaluation
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    GFC Task Force
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    GFC Task Force
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    GFC Task Force
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    011.130 NATIONAL INTERN PROGRAM
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    Battery Energy Storage
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    BES - X - A
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    BES - X - A
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    BES - X - C :BES-WES-C
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    BES-X-C: BES-AIR-C
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    BES - X -C:NYC
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    BES-X-C: GH
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    BES-X-D
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    BES-X-E
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    BES-X-M
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    BES-X-M
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    BES-X-M
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    BES-X-R
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    BES-X-R
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    3.0 Progress Reports-Monthly
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    3.0 Progress Report-Monthly
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    WRRVS DOT-US ACT-1 Design Specification
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    SEPTA/ACT-1 Test
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    URRVS/STARS:Package for Stars
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    RFP-TSC-722-0013 URBAN RAIL SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGY
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    RFP-TSC-722-0013 URBAN RAIL SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGY
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    613.861 PROMOTIONAL, SUBSIDIZED FARES
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    613.861 PROMOTIONAL, SUBSIDIZED FARES
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    613.861 PROMOTIONAL, SUBSIDIZED FARES
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    613.92 PASSES, LIMITATIONS
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    615 TRANSIT FARE STRUCTURE
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    615.14 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 HANDLING AND DISTRIBUTING STUDENT ID CARDS April 25, 1961
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    615.241 STUDENTS RATE WEEKLY
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    CALCULATION OF STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 RESPONSE TO A.T.A. INQUIRY ON STUDENT FARES Circulated August 19, 1968
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES
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    615.24 STUDENT FARES MISCELLANEOUS
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    900.01 Kandas (General)
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    900.01 Transit District/Bus System Guide
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    900.01 Maine (General)
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    RTA Accomplishments
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    900.01 LOUISIANA (GENERAL)
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    THE LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY
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    900.01 MARYLAND(GENERAL)
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    900.01 CALIFORNIA GENERAL
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    900.01 CALIFORNIA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 CALIFORNIA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 TRANSIT SYSTEM PLAN-1988
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    900.01 WASHINGTON METRO SYSTEM (1986)
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    900.01 AMERICAN TRANSIT COMPANY RESOURCES
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    900.01 HARTFORD, CONN TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900.01 ARIZONA (GENERAL)
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    900.01 HONOLULU OF TOMORROW
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    900.01 HAWAII (GENERAL)
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    900.01 CCT BUS SYSTEM INFORMATION
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    900.01 TRANSIT GUIDES, LOUISVILLE TRANSIT COMPANY
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    900.01 ILLINOIS (GENERAL)
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    900.01 ILLINOIS (GENERAL)
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    900.01 ILLINOIS (GENERAL)
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    900.01 Florida
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    900.01 Florida
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    Transit and Transportation Directory
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    900.01 Connecticut
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    Traffic Study and Predictions
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    Public Transportation in Arizona
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    Transit Authority/Transit District
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    FARE TASK IV REPORT
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    Fare Task IV Report
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    Fare Task IV Report
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    Commuter Rail
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    Fare Project and Orientation
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    Fare Project and Orientation
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    Index of Expense Reporting Documentation
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    078.66 FARE Project 1975
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    078.66 FARE Project 1975
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    078.66 FARE Project 1975
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    FARE PROJECT 71-72
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    FARE - ATA REPORTS
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    PROJECT FARE
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    415.8 OPERATING PERFORMANCE
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    415.8 OPERATING PERFORMANCE/ANTIFREEZE
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    415.8 OPERATING PERFORMANCE/ AIR BRAKES
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    415.8312 SANDS, SALT, CINDERS, ETC
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    416.1 ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEMS
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    417 A.T.A. ESTIMATES
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    417 TROLLY BUS ARTICLES/OPERATIONS
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    417 TROLLEY COACH DESIGN
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    417.023 AIR CONDITIONING OF TROLLEY-COACHES
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    417.03 LIGHTING, INTERIOR
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    417.0031 AGE OF TROLLEY BUSES
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    417.13 TROLLEY BUS AXLES
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    417.5 TROLLEY COACH POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
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    417.52 OVERHEAD TROLLEY COACH CONSTRUCTION
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    417.524 RETRIEVERS
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    432 BETTER MAINTENANCE METHODS-LOWER COSTS
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    432.01 SMALL OPERATIONS STEERING COMMITTEE REPORT
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    432.002 OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Job Specifications and Procedures
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    432.101 CLEANING OF TRANSIT BUSES
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    432.102 LABOUR STATISTICS
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    432.103 INFO.REGARDING HOT SPRAY PAINT
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    432.021 BUS PITS VS. BUS LIFTS
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    432.032 RATIO OF SPARE MOTOR BUSES
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    432.043 DIESEL MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
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    432.053 JOB ORDER COST SYSTEMS
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    432.063 HOISTS-DOLLIES
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    432.21 SUPPORTING FRAMES ON CHASSIS
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    432.28 BRAKES
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    432.280.1 AIR BRAKE MAINTENANCE
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    432.29 WHEELS AND TIRES
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    432.3 PAINTING BUSES AND OVERHAULING ENGINES
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    432.301 USE OF DYNAMOMETERS
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    432.43 BATTERIES
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    432.502 FUEL STORAGE INQUIRY 8-28-72
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    432.701 LUBRICANTS
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    432.702.1 SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF OIL
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    432.902 OUTSIDE MAINTENANCE
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    432.903 ROADSIDE REPAIRS, MOTOR BUS EQUIPMENT
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    432.904.2 TRUCK MAINTENANCE
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    FLEET OWNER-MAINTENANCE EFFICIENCY AWARDS 1966
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    FLEET OWNER-MAINTENANCE EFFICIENCY AWARDS 1966
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    PROPOSAL # DOT-UT-20008 Pt.1 DISSERTATION
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    INTERIM TASK 111 REPORT (Nov '72 - June '73)
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    840 Rapid Transit Construction
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    840 POWER AND SIGNALS
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    840 POWER AND SIGNALS
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    840 POWER AND SIGNALS
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    840 POWER AND SIGNALS
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    840 LIGHT RAIL SYSTEMS
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    840 LIGHT RAIL SYSTEMS
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    840 LIGHT RAIL SYSTEMS
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    840 LIGHT RAIL SYSTEMS
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    840 PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
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    840 PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
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    840 PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
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    840 NOISE AND VIBRATION
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    840 NOISE AND VIBRATION
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    840 SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
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    840 SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
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    840 SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
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    840 SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
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    840 RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY, AVAILABILITY
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    840 RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY, AVAILABILITY
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    840 RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY, AVAILABILITY
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    075.1 SAFETY-HOURS OF SERVICE
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    075.1 SAFETY - HOURS OF SERVICE
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    075.201 SIZES AND WEIGHTS-RESTRICTIONS
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    075.201 SIZES AND WEIGHTS-RESTRICTIONS
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    075.62 STATE REGULATIONS ON TROLLEY BUSES
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    814.816 BUS TECHNOLOGY
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    AMERICAN TRANSIT ASSN. #400
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    AMERICAN TRANSIT ASSN. #400
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    AMERICAN TRANSIT ASSN. #400
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    400 ATA EQUIPMENT ESTIMATES
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    400.053 SPARE VEHICLES
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    400.22 PURCHASE PRICES-COMPARED EQP.
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    411 TABULATIONS-CAR STATISTICS
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    1951 VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TRANSIT INDUSTRY
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    FUTURE DEMAND FOR NEW AND REBUILT BUSES
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    COMMITTEE ON MOTOR COACHES AND PASSENGER VEHICLE DESIGN
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    415.001 STATISTICS-TRANSIT SYSTEM SIZE
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    415.011 SMALL BUSES AND MINI-BUSES
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    415.014 SPECIAL ENQUIRY SERVICE-SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOE SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    SURVEY-NEW STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BUSES
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    415.014 SCHOOL BUSES
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    415.014 SCHOOL BUSES
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    615.6 FARE PLAN
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    615.9 PURCHASE, SALE OF TICKETS, TOKENS
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    616 TRANSFERS-GENERAL
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    616.11 ADVERTISING ON BACK OF TRANSFERS
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    616.6 CHARGE FOR TRANSFERS
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    616.62 TRANSFERS FOR STUDENTS
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    300.4 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CORP
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    300.4 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CORP
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1974
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1974
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    NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
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    300.4 TDC 1975-76
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    300.4 TDC 1975-76
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    300.4 TDC 1975-76
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    300.4 TDC 1975-76
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    TDC AND SMALL BUS 300.4
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    REPORT OF EXAMINATION TDC FOR YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    300.4 T.D.C. 1975
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    PROGRAM PLANNING MANUAL #015
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    66
    ROBERT SLOAN #049
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    900.01 NEW YORK TRANSIT
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    900.01 NEW YORK TRANSIT
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    900.01 NEW YORK TRANSIT
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    900.01 MADISON AVENUE
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    900.01 STEINWAY TRANSIT CORP.
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    900.01 STEINWAY TRANSIT CORP.
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    900.01 MADISON AVENUE
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    REPLIES
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    REPLIES
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    BUS TURNOUTS
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    REPLIES
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    PASSENGERS
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    GRAPHICS
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    REPLIES
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    REPLIES
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    69
    RE: UNIFICATION OF B.M.T. - B.Q.T. Properties June 1939
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    900 N.Y. WORLDS FAIR
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    69
    900 N.Y. WORLDS
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    900 NEW JERSEY PUBLIC SERVICE
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    900 MINNESOTA
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    900 N.Y.C. GENERAL
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    900 N.Y.C. GENERAL
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    900 MISSOURI B1-STATE
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    900 MISSOUSI B1-STATE
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    900(MO) ST. LOUIS PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
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    900 NYC-MANHATTAN PR.
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    900 PATH
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    900 NYC QUEENS
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    900 2nd AVENUE
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    900 NEW YORK CITY
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    900 ST. LOUIS PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
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    900 EIGHTH AVENUE
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    900 NYC TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    900 PORT AUTHORITY OF NY
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    MAPS/MISCELLANEOUS BROCHURES
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    900 KANSAS CITY MO
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    900 KANSAS CITY MO
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    900 MASS BOSTON
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    900 MASS BOSTON
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    900 MASS BOSTON
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    900 MICHIGAN
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    NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    900.01 ALABAMA
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    AMERICAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY
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    073.1 CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
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    073.1 INDIANA TRANSIT
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    073.1 KENTUCKY, MARYLAND TRANSIT
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    073 MASS-STATE TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    073.1 MASS-STATE TRANSIT SYSTEM
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    073.1 BI - State Transit System
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    073.1 State Transit
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    073.11 PUBLIC CONTRACTS FOR TRANSIT SERVICE
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    FEDERAL 074.32 MOTOR FUEL TAXES
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    074.34 OIL - DIESEL OIL TAX
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    075.412 SOLICITATION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT PASSENGERS
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    075.413 CAR POOLS - SHARE EXPENSE TRAVEL BUREAU
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    078.201 BUREAU OF FEDERAL BUDGET
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    078.23 U.S. SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS
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    078.24 FOREIGN EXCHANGE REGULATIONS
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    078.556 ICC - GENERAL
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    078.556 LISTS - ICC
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    078.31, 078.551, 078.63, 078.82 ENERGY, POWER, ENVIRONMENT
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    091 RAILROADS-MISCELLANEOUS
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    093 AUTOMOBILES
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    094.1 ATOMIC POWER - ATOMIC RADIATION, ETC.
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    TEXAS TRANSIT CONFERENCES 3/23 - 24/76 - 3/10
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    001 TRB GENERAL
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    001 TRB GENERAL
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    INDIANA BUS ASSOCIATION
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    INSTITUTE OF TRAFFIC ENGINEERS
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    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MOTOR BUS OPERATIONS
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    Pennsylvania Bus Association
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    New York City Bus Conference
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    Pitts. Urban Transit Council
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    Private Bus Operator's Conference
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    001 Public Interest Group Luncheon
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    001 Railway Progress Inst.
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    Society of Automotive Engineers
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    Society of Automotive Engineers
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    N.Y. State Motor Bus Assoc.
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    N.Y. State Motor Bus Assoc.
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    Ohio Public Transit Assoc.
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    Oil International Labs, Inc.
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    001 National Recreation Access Study
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    National Research Council
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    New England Transit Club
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    American Road Builders Association
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    American Society of Associate Executives
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    National League of Cities
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    National League of Cities
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    National League of Cities
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    National League of Cities
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    Canadian Transit Association-Annual Meetings
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    National League of Cities
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    TELEPHONE DISPATCH
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    TELEPHONE DISPATCH
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    72
    AFFIRMATIVE REPLIES
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    REPORTS
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    SCHEDULING
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    PASSENGER
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    72
    REPLIES
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    SCHEDULING
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    SCHEDULES
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    REPLIES/REGULATIONS
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    SCHEDULING
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    PASSENGER
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    INFORMATION REPORT
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    PASSENGERS
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    REPLIES
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    Replies
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    SUMMARIES
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    REGULATIONS
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    COMMUNICATIONS
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    SAFETY TEST
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    SCHEDULING
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    SCHEDULING
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    SCHEDULING
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    ONE MAN CAR OPERATION
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    Interurban Transportation
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    Interurban Cars Selected Articles May, 1947
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    520.04 Origin-Destination Survey
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    520.021 Hubodometers, Odometers-Milage
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    520.02 Vehicle Miles
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    Passenger Revenue-Vehicle Miles 1946-1956
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    520.003 Harrisburg, PA Opinion Research Survey
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    073.1 GENERAL
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    012.303 BUS OPERATORS WORK HOURS-AFFIRMATIVE REPLIES
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    012.303 BUS OPERATORS WORK HOURS-NEGATIVE REPLIES
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    013 FLSA
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    013 FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
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    013.16 ARBITRATION AWARDS
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    013 TRANSIT STRIKES
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    013.18 TRANSIT STRIKES
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    BUS DOWN REPORT
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    REPLIES TO COMM MEMBERS RE HANDLING OF PARTS
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    MOTOR COACH SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS
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    027.141 GLAZING MATERIALS
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    027.141 GLAZING MATERIALS
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    027.141 GLAZING MATERIALS
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    071.2 VANDALISM AND PASSENGER SECURITY
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    071.3 RIOTS
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    608.32 VANDALISM
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    071.2 CRIME AND VANDALISM
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    073 FINANCES
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    SPECIAL REPORT-Relief Actions from taxes and imposts
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    URBAN BUS DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    URBAN MOTOR COACH DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    URBAN MOTOR COACH DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    MINUTES-PURCHASE AND STORE DIVISION Oct 1935 to date
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    MINUTES-PURCHASE AND STORES DIVISION Oct 1935 - date
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    MINUTES-PURCHASE AND STORES DIVISION Oct 1935-date
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    MINUTES-PURCHASE AND STORES DIVISION Oct 1935 - date
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    874.433 COMMITTEE ON PURCHASING PRACTICES (BATTERIES)
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    870 SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS VALUE ANALYSIS
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    873 SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS AND VALUE ANALYSIS
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    PM AND M COMMITTEE 1972-1973
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    873.1 NOMINATING COMMITTEE P & S
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    873.1 P & S DIVISION - CHANGE OF NAME
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    873.1 MID-YEAR MEETING 1969 CHICAGO-ILLINOIS 4-8-1969
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    874.03 PROGRAMS FORE REGIONAL MEETINGS
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    874.433 COMM. ON PROBLEMS OF AUTOMATION IN P & S
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    P & M ADMIN. COMMITTEE 11-19-1969
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    PURCHASE AND MATERIALS MGMT DIVN Meeting Programs
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    P.M.M. COMMITTEE
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    GENERAL - PURCHASE & STORES ADMINISTRATIVE COMM.
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    MECHANICAL DIVISION ADMIN COMMITTEE MINUTES Dec 1943
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    MECHANICAL DIVISION ADMIN COMMITTEE MINUTES Dec 1943
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    MECHANICAL DIVISION Dec 2,1970
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    MECH. DIV. ADMINIS. COMM. JANUARY 21
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    MINUTES OF EXEC. COMM. MEETINGS OF THE BUS DIVISION
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    MINUTES OF EXEC. COMM. MEETINGS OF THE BUS DIVISION
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    MINUTES OF EXEC. COMM. MEETINGS OF THE BUS DIVISION
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    ATA BUS DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON MOTOR COACHES
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    884.24 ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON TROLLEY COACHES
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    885.1 COMM. ON STANDARDS AND MEASUREMENTS
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    885.2 COMM. ON COMPARATIVE POWER SOURCES
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    855.3 COMM. ON. FUELS, LUBS AND ADDITIVES
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    885.4 COMMITTEE ON APPURTENANCES
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    582.2 CLAIMS TRANSIT COMPANIES
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    582.2 CLAIMS STATS. TRANSIT COMPANIES
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    582.203 CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COSTS
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    582.5 CLAIMS AND SUITS STATISTICS May 1974
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    582.52 TRANSIT COS SUITS AND CLAIMS
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    582.520.1 WITNESSES
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    582.520 INFORMATION RE. MAIL QUESTIONARIES TO WITNESSES
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    582.521.2 ACCIDENT - SUDDEN ILLNESS OF OPERATORS
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    582.523 MOTOR BUS CLAIMS DIVISION
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    583.206 SELF INSURED TRANSIT COMPANIES June 3, 1964
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    582.5231 CLAIMS-LOSS OF USE - VEHICLES UNDER REPAIR
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    INSURANCE AND SAFETY
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    583.206 TRANSIT COMPANIES SELF INSURANCE
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    583.206.1 RESERVES FOR INJURIES
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    600.03 BIBLIOGRAPHY
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    600.1 URBAN TRAFFIC
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    600.1 NATIONAL COMM. ON URBAN TRANSPORTATION
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    URBAN TRANSIT IMPROVEMENTS
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    URBAN TRANSIT IMPROVEMENTS - Subsidized fares
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    600.138.21 EXCLUSIVE BUS LANES
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    600.138.21 EXCLUSIVE BUS LANES
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    600.151.153 URBAN TRANSIT
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    600.421 BUS OPERATIONS
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    600.423 STATISTICS
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    602 ADVERTISING GENERAL
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    602.32 ADVERTISING ON SCHEDULES
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    602.7 ADVERTISING REVENUE
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    77
    415.1363 VENDING MACHINES ON MOTOR BUSES
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    415.137.3 MIRRORS ON BUSES
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    415.014 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
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    415.145 DESTINATION SIGNS, ROUTE SIGNS, NUMBER
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    415.15 WINDOWS
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    415.16 CENTER-EXIT PUSH TYPE DOORS
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    415.161 EMERGENCY DOORS
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    415.172 VENTILATION, AIR-PURIFICATION
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    415.193 SPEEDOMETERS
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    415.28 BRAKES
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    415.281 JACOBS BRAKE
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    415.286 AIR BRAKES
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    415.286 AIR BRAKES
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    415.286 L.W. BARDSLEY
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    415.293 ORIGINAL REPLIES AND ANALYSIS
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    415.293 TIRES
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    415.293 TIRES
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    415.293 TIRES
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    415.313 BUS ENGINE FUEL EXHAUST
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    415.35 BUS ENGINE FUEL EXHAUST
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    415.284 AUTOMATIC SLACK ADJUSTER/AUTOMATIC DRAIN VALVES
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    415.43 BATTERIES
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    415.43 BATTERIES
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    415.511 DIESEL FUEL SHORTAGE
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    78
    415.513 USE OF LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS AS MOTOR FUEL
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    415.73 OIL FILTERS
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    093.A.00 AUTOMOBILES FOR OFFICIALS
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    874.1 PURCHASE AND RENTAL OF BATTERIES
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    79
    874 HANDLING OF NEW AND REPAIRED UNITS
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    874.3 MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION GUIDE
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    874.3 MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION GUIDE
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    874.33 1954 INITIAL STOCKING AND MATERIAL RETURN POLICY
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    874.42 SPECIFICATIONS
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    874.431 TIRES - 1967
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    874.431 TIRES - 1967
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    874.431 TIRES, REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE (1957)
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    884 BETTER MAINTENANCE METHODS - LOWER COSTS
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    884 MARCH 1954 USE OF TIRE CHAINS ON BUSINESS
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    884 URBAN MOTOR COACH DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    884 URBAN MOTOR COACH DESIGN OBJECTIVES
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    874.432 P & S COMMITTEE ON PROBLEMS OF AUTOMATION
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    874.432 FUELS AND LUBRICANTS
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    874.433 BATTERIES
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    874.83 COMMITTEE ON SERVICES FOR PROFIT
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    874.911 OCT 1959 COOPERATION WITH MFR.DIVN
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    884.21 URBAN COACH OBJECTIVES
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    884.28 BRAKE NOISE
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    884.28 BRAKE SEQUEAL ELIMINATION REPLIES
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    894 PUBLIC RELATIONS MANUAL
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    884 REPLIES ON THE HANDLING OF NEW AND REPAIRED UNITS
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    884 March 17th, 1965 REGROOVING OF TIRES
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    884.24 TROLLEY COACH OBJECTIVE
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    252.083 CLASSIFICATION ACCOUNTS
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    79
    252.083 CLASSIFICATION ACCOUNTS
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    79
    252.083 CLASSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS
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    252.1102 COST ACCOUNTING
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    300.4 GENERAL
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    300.4 NOW
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    79
    300.33 STEEL IN RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS/ELEVATED STRUCTURES
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    79
    REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON STD CLASSIFICATION OF ACTS March 21, 1946
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    79
    QUESTIONS OF DEVELOPING NEW CLASSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS FOR TRANSIT COMPANIES Feb, 1956
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    844.3 1954 REPORT
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    844.3 FORM OF DERAILMENTS
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    P4-47 844.4-7 CATENARY OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION
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    P1-49 844.4-1 CURRENT COLLECTION EQUIPMENT
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    P1-56 844.4-1 CONVERSION OF ST CAR ELEC. LINE FACILITIES, ETC.
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    RECTIFIERS
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    TROLLEY COACH OVERHEAD Installation Cost
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    80
    USE OF CARBON INSERT SHOE COLLECTORS ON STREET CARS
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    80
    TROLLEY WIRE WEAR AND BREAKS LINE MAINTENANCE PERFORMANCE
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    80
    REPORT-TROLLEY COACH POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
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    80
    ELECTRIC TRACK-SWITCH DEVICES
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    80
    SPECIF> FOR TUBULAR STEELS POLES for Electric Line Construction
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    80
    RAPID TRANSIT WAY AND STRUCTURES COMMITTEE
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    80
    ENGINEERING MANUAL SECTION
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    ENGINEERING MANUAL SECTION
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    80
    TRANSIT PARS
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    80
    AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
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    ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION/MANUAL SECTIONS
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    OPERATING PLAN
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    CURRENT "E" MANUAL SECTIONS
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    REPLIES TO SPECIAL INQUIRY
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    COMMITTEE ON SCHEDULING
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    COMMITTEE ON SCHEDULING OPERATIONS DIVISION
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    80
    HEADWAY RECORDERS
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    80
    OPERATIONS DIVISION
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    80
    FARE STRUCTURES
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    81
    PROJECT FARE TASK I REPORT
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    PROJECT FARE TASK II REPORT
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    PROJECT FARE TASK V Industry Control Board Meeting
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    TRANSIT INDUSTRY REPORTING CAPABILITY SURVEY
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    UMTA FARE PROJECT
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    PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICES
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    A.T.A. LIBRARY FILE PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICES
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    080 PUBLIC RELATIONS
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    080.1 TRANSIT ADVERTISING
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    080.1 TRANSIT ADVERTISING
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    080.101 TRANSIT ADVERTISING BUDGETS
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    82
    080.12 HOUSE CARDS - ATA
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    82
    080 FILM CATALOGS
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    82
    EXHIBITS OF LATEST NEWSPAPER ADS AND PHOTOS OF SIGNS IN M.T.A. STATIONS
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    NEWSPAPERS
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    82
    NEWS RELEASES-ARTICLES RE A.T.A. ACTIVITIES
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    82
    NEWS RELEASES-ARTICLES RE. ATA ACTIVITIES
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    82
    "TAKE ONE" PUBLICITY
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    82
    REPLIES TO SPECIAL INQUIRY
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    82
    PUBLIC RELATIONS 1972 SAMPLE
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    82
    TELEPHONE INFORMATION SERVICE
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    82
    TRANSIT INFORMATION-PHONE
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    83
    Services to Transit
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    83
    Roster of Members 1960
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    83
    Roster of Members 1955
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    83
    Roster of Members 1963
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    83
    Information Guide
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    83
    Roster of Members 1965
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    83
    Roster of Members 1964
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    83
    Roster of Members 1955
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    83
    Roster of Members Jan 1957
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    Roster of Members 1957
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    83
    Roster of Members Jan. 1958
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    83
    Roster of Members Feb 1964
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    Roster of Members March 1961
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    Roster of Members March 1966
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    Annual Report 171
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    Roster of Members Nov. 1946
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    Roster of Members Feb. 1963
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    83
    Roster of Members Jan 1962
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    83
    Roster of Members April 1962
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    Roster of Members Nov.1947
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    83
    Roster of Members Jan 1953
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    84
    812 Dues Committee 1980
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    84
    Committees-General
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    84
    812.4 Committees-General
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    84
    812.4 Committees-General
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    84
    812.4 Committees-General
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    85
    Rental Batteries/Bus Rentals
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    85
    605.1 Effect of Fare Changes
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    85
    605.1 Effect of Fare Changes
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    85
    605.1 Effect of Fare Changes
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    85
    605.1 Effect of Fare Changes
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    85
    605.12 Riding Habit
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    85
    605.2 Passenger Traffic Checks
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    85
    Service Charge
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    85
    Average Fare
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    85
    Charter Rate Regulation
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    85
    Tabulations Rate Cases
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    85
    Commission and State Powers
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    85
    Lost and Found
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    85
    Clean Up Promotion
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    85
    Summary of Suicide Attempts
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    85
    Summary of Suicide Attempts
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    85
    "Public Transportation and Needs of the Elderly and Handicapped
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    85
    Leonard Ronis speaks regarding Transit Financing
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    85
    Smoking on Buses
  • 19
    85
    Radios, Passenger Use of.
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    85
    Music on Vehicles
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    85
    Fares General
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    85
    Reduction of Fares
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    85
    15 cent fare
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    85
    25 cent to 29 cent fare
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    85
    Motor Bus Fares-Long Haul
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    85
    Summary of Fare Questionnaire Sept. 1974
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    85
    American Transit Association List of Experiments 12/22/1967
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    85
    Free Transportation
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    85
    Special Inquiry Service Free Transportation of Employees
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    85
    Children's Fares
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    85
    Government and Municipal Emlp. Transportation
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    85
    Policemen and Fireman Transportation
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    85
    Increasing Basic Fares above 25 cents May 1969
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    85
    Promotional Rates
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    86
    TROLLEY COACHES
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    86
    POWER TAKE-OFF FOR TRACKLESS TROLLEY CIRCUITS (1947)
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    86
    COST OF POWER
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    86
    ENERGY CRISIS
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    86
    REPLIES TO D.S. ELECTRIC POWER APRIL 16th, 1958
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    86
    ELECTRIC POWER March 17th, 1954
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    86
    ELECTRIC POWER APRIL 1st, 1955
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    86
    ELECTRIC POWER APRIL 1st, 1955
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    86
    ENERGY 56-76
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    86
    ELECTRIC ENERGY CONSUMED BY TRANSIT INDUSTRY
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    86
    BATTERIES RENTAL OR PURCHASE
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    86
    RELOCATION OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
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    86
    REPLIES TO D.S. ELECTRIC POWER March 15th, 1961
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    86
    ELECTROLYSIS AND CORROSION OF CABLE PIPE
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    86
    JOINT USE OF POLES
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    86
    CONDITIONS OF POLES-TESTING
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    86
    TROLLEY BUS XING OVER STM RR, TRK
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    86
    TRACK MILEAGE
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    86
    TERMINAL LOOPS
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    86
    JOINT USE OF TRACKS
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    HEATING
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    86
    WAITING ROOMS
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    86
    ECONOMICS OF SERVICE TO NEW AREAS
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    86
    ROUTE-COST ANALYSIS
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    86
    ROUTE-COST ANALYSIS
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    86
    ROUTE-COST ANALYSIS
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    86
    BUS VS STREET CARS
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    TROLLEY BUS ANNUAL REPORTS
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    87
    RECEIVERSHIP - LIST
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    87
    SUBSIDIES-REIMBURSEMENTS-TRANSIT AID BILL
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    87
    1968 AMENDMENTS TO URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT (1964)
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    STATEMENT OF BERNARD SHATZKIN
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    TRANSIT FINANCING
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    FINANCING OF NEW EQUIPMENT
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    DEPRECIATION
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    RAILROAD OPERATING STATISTICS
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    TROLLEY COACH DEPRECIATION
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    OPERATING BASIS
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    DATA PROCESSING
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    Reduced fares for Senior Citizens
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    Charted Bus Rates
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    AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION
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    AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION - COIN HANDLING
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    ANNUAL REPORT - FISCAL YEAR ENDED OCT. 31, 1974
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    CORRESPONDENCE
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    CORRESPONDENCE
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    13C: 1973-1976
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    13C: 1973-1976
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    13C: 1973-1976
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    13C: 1973-1976
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    13C: 1973-1976
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    National Negotiations
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    National Negotiations
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    National Negotiations
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #885
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    1967 Facts and Figures
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    1969 Facts and Figures
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    Hybrid Vehicle Concept
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    Commuter Railroad Service
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #880
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #874
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #872
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #867
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #864
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #857
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #852
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #849
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #843
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #842
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #836
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #834
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #832
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #827
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #825
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #819
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #817
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #815
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #809
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #808
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #801
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    Wages and Working Conditions Bulletin #798