The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Program: Not Yet Achieving what the Congress Wanted : Federal Highway Administration, Department of Transportation : Report to the Congress
U.S. General Accounting Office, 1977 - Buses - 41 pages
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NEED FOR BETTER METHOD OF SELECTING CARRIERS
BETTER FEDERAL AND STATE COOPERATION NEEDED
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