Transport: Rails & Roads

On the same day last week appeared two reviews of one phase of U. S. transport in the past year.

Announced Chairman Harry Guy Taylor of the Western Association of Railway Executives: "Not a single passenger was killed in an accident on a train during 1935. . . . This is the first time the railroads have achieved a perfect record."

Announced the National Safety Council: Motor vehicle deaths in 1935 reached an all-time high of 36,400.


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