Transport: Store-to-Door (Concl'd)

Primed month to begin store-to-door pickup and delivery of merchandise at no extra cost, a group of Eastern rail roads were at the last minute ordered to delay while the Interstate Commerce Commission investigated complaints from New York City truckmen (TIME, April 13). Last week the I. C. C. decided the railroads were in the right, gave them permission to go ahead. Sole concession to the angry truckmen: The railroads may not give rebates to shippers who perform their own pickup and delivery.


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