RAILWAYS: The Big Year

The railway men of the country met in New York to deal with the transportation problems of the next twelve months. They began by laying down as a premise that the roads will probably be required to handle a larger volume of traffic than ever before in history.

The manner of handling this increased traffic was considered in several sessions of the American Railway Association and the Association of Railway Executives. They drew up a program for the coming year. Its chief points are:

To ignore political attacks, and devote their...

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