Assigned ICC Numbers (updated on April 6, 2022)

The Motor Carrier Act of 1935 required all motor carriers to submit an application to the Interstate Commerce Commission for a certificate of operating authority. For those operating when the Act was signed into law the date for submission was no later than February 28, 1936. All carriers, whether it be a common carrier, contract carrier or carrier of passengers were subject to the requirement. The list below is of the ICC numbers assigned to the docket when the application was submitted. Many of the numbers were never actually used since applications in some cases were denied and no operating certificate was granted. Keep checking this article as new information will be added regularly.

  • 1 Eschenbach And Rodgers Contract Carrier application granted October 19, 1939, Company is a contract carrier for A&P Food Stores
  • 2 Truck Transport, Inc formed in Indiana May 1940 by Milton Ratner and Jesse L. Cook
  • 3- Inter-City Transportation Company, later known as Garden States Lines, Inc
  • 16- Virginia Dare Transportation Co. Inc
  • 17- Wiley Ikemire
  • 18- Lang Transportation Corporation
  • 19- Bingaman Motor Express Co. Inc in 1920 had offices in Reading and Philadelphia, PA. Acquired in May 1960 by Hall’s Motor Transit
  • 20 Barnes Truck Lines Co, Inc. contract carrier granted certificate on 5/23/1942, Denver Colorado to Wyoming points
  • 22 Joe Davis, certificate granted 5/3/1959 to transport general commodities between Murfreesboro and Monteagle, Tennessee
  • 25 J.A. Donham
  • 26 Mono Basin Transport, Inc. between Stockton, CA and Reno, NV via Eldorado, CA; between Stockton and Gardenville via Sacramento and Reno. On August 3, 1940 the ICC held a hearing on application of Western Truck Lines, Ltd. to purchase certain operating rights of Mono Basin.
  • 28 Ed Haines and S. N. Drum
  • 29 Nevada Transfer & Warehouse Company
  • 32 Eugene Sterling Callahan dba Interstate Forwarding Co.
  • 38 Aikins Motor Express
  • 40 Richard Salem
  • 42 Victory Corporation, certificate granted 2/15/1942 for general commodities between New York, NY and Roxbury, Conn.
  • 43 S. H. McCright
  • 48 Glen Pyle
  • 53 James A. Sproul
  • 57 Crescent Transportation Company
  • 58 E.T. Daniels
  • 69 R. F. Boush
  • 81 Joseph O. Emmett, contract carrier granted 5/18/1942 between Cincinnati and Georgia points
  • 82 Green Line Motor Express, Inc, later Bestway of Indiana, Inc.
  • 94 Mary Margaret Surles
  • 96 Anthony Anderson and Clarence Anderson
  • 101 Dale Resler
  • 102 Perry Truck Lines, Inc.
  • 106 John G. Schuster and June A. Schuster
  • 111 Sam H. Vigeant
  • 114 Albert J. Bone
  • 126 Walter Rayle Huey dba Huey Motor Express
  • 126 Loomis And Son
  • 140 Auch Inter-Borough Transit Company
  • 141 Devere & Wallace, Inc.
  • 155 Miller’s Forwarding Corporation
  • 157 Associated Transports Inc. issued Dec 18, 1937
  • 159 Jack Wehby dba Jack Wehby Motor Express
  • 160 Harry Levenberg dba Harry’s Express
  • 164 Hedrick Truck Lines, application denied on April 9, 1938
  • 165 L.E. Matthews
  • 167 Conrad H. Kleinhole
  • 171 Cohoes Trucking Co. Inc.
  • 182 Romeo J. Lavigne
  • 183 Coastal Tank Lines, Inc.
  • 186 August Luha
  • 190 Clayton Peterson
  • 200 Riss & Company
  • 201 Consolidated Freight Company
  • 204 Clifford C. Smith
  • 209 Frank C. Klein
  • 222 Liberty Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 224 North Coast Transportations Company
  • 225 Norfolk Southern Bus Corporation
  • 228 Hudson Transit Lines, Inc.
  • 229 Anton Kleeman
  • 239 George J. Withers and Carl Ecklar dba Ecklar Motor Express
  • 252 Forney & Sons, Inc.
  • 253 Henry Van Meltebeke
  • 259 John Pressney
  • 263 Garrett Transfer & Storage Co. Inc.
  • 264 Roy H. Fowler
  • 265 Quaker City Bus Company
  • 271 J. C. Dunbar dba Dunbar Truck Line
  • 276 William H. Schaefer
  • 281 AJ Leffer
  • 285 O.J. White
  • 288 Frank W. Hager
  • 290 Jack Rabbit Lines, Inc.
  • 292 F. R. Miller
  • 297 F.R.Clemens and C.E.Johnson dba Clemens And Johnson
  • 305 Rexford Trucking Corporation
  • 307 Ingham Brokerage Inc.
  • 309 Hill Warehouse & Trucking Company
  • 319 William Charles Dugan
  • 330 J.M.Steam
  • 337 Jones Transfer Company
  • 338 Roman Hubbell
  • 339 Lincoln Movers, Inc.
  • 340 Querner Truck Lines, Inc.
  • 342 Quebec Central Transportation Co.
  • 345 James Couney dba TriState Motor Express (acquired by Acme Freight Lines in 1941
  • 348 W H Brashears (sub No. 3) granted March 9, 1942 Between Klickitat, Washington and Portland, Oregon
  • 353 O F Lane extension granted Sep 23, 1940
  • 359 Alfred R Gringas
  • 368 Glen Delbridge contract carrier decided Sep 10, 1939
  • 370 Charles E. Gotwatt
  • 504 Harper Motor Lines Elberton, Ga
  • 373 Charles M Leith
  • 388 Frank M Cavanaugh
  • 389 George R Hook
  • 394 Wilmer Albert Lutz
  • 401 Howe Bros. Inc. common carrier granted Sep 25, 1940 to points in Pa, Ky, NC, SC, TN, VA, WVa to Ohio
  • 473 Western Freight Lines, Inc. issued on Sep 3, 1937, acquired by Gallagher Transfer & Storage Co in 1938
  • 504 Harper Motor Lines
  • 525 St. Andrews Bay Transportation Company
  • 526 St. Andrews Bay Transportation Company
  • 551 Crutcher Brothers Company
  • 565 Fleetlines, Inc.
  • 605 Leo M Slade
  • 610 J.M.Sknner and H.W.Sknner
  • 611 Spokane-Butte Motor Coach Co. Inc. subsidiary of Washington Motor Coach Co.
  • 621 Return Loads Bureau, Inc.
  • 623 H. Messick Inc.
  • 629 Helms New York- Pittsburgh Motor Express Inc.
  • 637 J.J.Harrington
  • 638 J Russell Garult (Sub-No. 2) granted March 14, 1940 in Macomb County, MI
  • 643 Service Transfer Company
  • 646 Frank Folkner
  • 648 L.O. Erickson and C.W. Moshier
  • 650 Edwin M. Burchby and Fred L. Sherman
  • 655 Earl St. John
  • 661 Denver- Los Angeles Trucking Company
  • 665 Missouri- Arkansas Transportation Co. common carrier authority granted May 28, 1842 points in AR, KS, MO and TN
  • 666 Tri-City Freight Lines, Inc
  • 667 Harry Kayan, extension of operations decided Sep 20, 1939, bakery products from St Louis, Missouri
  • 668 Inter-City Transportation Co. Inc.
  • 673 Henry G. Williamson
  • 680 Jacob J. Lesser
  • 682 L.R. Burnham
  • 689 Jenaro Rementeria dba Jordan Valley Stage
  • 691 Comet Motor Express Co.
  • 694 Cletus K. Minummert
  • 699 Clarence Wyatt
  • 701 John M. Sweeney
  • 702 Duluth Chicago Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 703 Hinchcliff Motor Service, Inc.
  • 704 Jesse O. Willet denied lease of rights on Sep 3, 1947 of Thomas Motor Freight
  • 721 A.A. Eichelman
  • 725 Joseph Meltzer Transfer & Express Inc. (Sub-No. 1) granted July 10, 1940
  • 726 Charles J. Hartman and Louis A. Hartman (Sub-No.2) granted March 18, 1940
  • 727 Bowman Bros. Bus and Truck Service
  • 729 Leroy Jenkins
  • 730 Pacific Intermountain Express Company
  • 745 Gerald S. Hagey
  • 751 J. J. Butler (Sub-No. 1) granted March 12, 1940 certain points in KS and MO
  • 787 Piedmont Mountain Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 788 The McMahon Transportation Co.
  • 796 Universal Service, Inc. granted October 14, 1941 cars from Wisconsin to Wis, Ill, Minn, and Mich
  • 798 Joseph N. Gendreau
  • 801 Tucumcari Truck Line
  • 803 W. H. Tiney
  • 808 Anchor Motor Freight, Inc.
  • 813 McKnight Transfer, Livery And Sales Co. Inc. Sub No. 1 granted May 24, 1940
  • 819 Arkansas Transfer & Moving Co.
  • 827 Maude E Fleming and Dorothy M Ivins
  • 838 Major Transfer Co. Inc. authority denied March 9, 1942
  • 840 Earl B Alexander
  • 850 H Varley Grantham, Varley H Grantham, Wilfred H Grantham and Charles E Grantham (Sub No. 3) granted March 29, 1940
  • 861 R E Perry
  • 873 Clayton Transportation Co. Inc. (later Sooner Freight Lines) sub No. 5 extension – Oklahoma points granted Dec 16, 1949
  • 878 Jeffersonville Transportation Company
  • 879 Service Lines, Inc. (Sub No. 1) granted Feb 26, 1942
  • 889 Southeast Arkansas Freight Line, Inc. (Sub No 1) Pine Bluff, Arkansas to Monroe, Louisiana extension of operations granted Dec 7, 1938
  • 891 Gerard Motor Express, Inc. (Sub No. 1) denied July 8, 1940 route between Terre Haute and Evansville
  • 885 WB Crane (Sub No. 3) granted Aug 8, 1940 Between West Point and Waynesboro, Mississippi
  • 902 Leonard Ragland
  • 903 Falwell Fast Freight Inc.
  • 904 Jedd Jones Jr, Lawrence Jones, and L.G. Tapper dba Jones Motor Line Of Malad City, Idaho. Operates irregular routes between Salt Lake City, Utah and Malad City, Idaho via Ogden and Tremonton, Utah. Operating authority acquired in March 1943 by Consolidated Freightways, Inc. for $3,000.
  • 906 Consolidated Forwarding Co. Inc. decided 9/19/1939 extension of operations in Illinois
  • 907 Consolidated Forwarding Co. of Wisconsin Inc. issued April 18, 1938
  • 909 Cornelius Service Company
  • 920 Ivan A Manske (Sub No 2) denied March 29, 1940 Norfolk, Nebraska
  • 921 Dean Truck Line
  • 931 Falls Cities Transfer & Storage Co. Inc.
  • 936 Valley Motor Lines, Inc.
  • 938 Joseph P Story and Rose Messano
  • 943 Gorea’s Motor Express Inc. of Utica, NY (acquired in Aug 1947 by Brown’s Express)
  • 948 TR Benedit issued May 18, 1938
  • 953 Frank Jess Patterson dba Patterson Transfer Co.
  • 954 Mid-States Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 957 Don Ross
  • 959 Roscoe Sharps, extension granted 8/21/39
  • 964 Orville Gragg
  • 966 Capital Truck Lines, Inc.
  • 972 Lawrence A Mitchell
  • 977 Henry Russell Tomkinson
  • 980 Whitfield Truck Line
  • 981 James R Sawyer and John K Sawyer, later known as The SawyerLines, Inc.
  • 983 Andy Sorenson dba Salina Freight. Service, issued June 1, 1938
  • 986 Kansas Nebraska Express Inc.
  • 998 Harry Lindsay, extension granted 6/2/39, agricultural implements from Moline, Illinois to Grand Island, Nebraska
  • 1000 Tri-City Drayage Co.
  • 1002 Asbury Park- New York Transit Corp (Sub No 7) granted Dec 15, 1954
  • 1007 McCarter Truck Lines, Inc Sub No. 3) granted June 6, 1940
  • 1014 Forest E Miller (Sub No. 3) granted Aug 12, 1940 Between Hatfield, Indiana and Owensboro, Kentucky, (Sub No. 4) within 200 miles of Owensboro, Kentucky to points in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia
  • 1017 Vasilie Cojerean (Sub No. 1) granted Feb 12, 1942 paper tubes from Philadelphia, Pa to New York, NY
  • 1019 Ted Fowler
  • 1021 Gallup Mercantile Company denied Jan 16, 1939 because applicant is a private carrier not covered by ICC
  • 1022 Durango Mercantile Company
  • 1026 R S Hain, common carrier application granted June 17, 1940 to haul cotton bales between points in AL and MS, GA, and AL, extension of operations between Selma, Alabama and points in AL, GA, FL and MS denied October 9, 1940
  • 1034 Tidewater Express Lines Inc. 204 Key Highway Baltimore, Md
  • 1042 C.P.T. Freight Inc.
  • 1045 Olympic Peninsula Motor Freight Co. Inc.
  • 1051 Samuel Bros.
  • 1077 Arthur O Heckerman
  • 1078 Harry Tucker
  • 1083 Mitchell G Bowers
  • 1086 Best Bros. Inc. (Sub- No. 1) granted August 16, 1940 Newark, NJ to points in CT, MA, NY and RI
  • 1088 Inter-City Bus Line
  • 1091 Garford Trucking Inc. (Sub- No. 3) denied Dec 28, 1949 Extension: Fredricksburg
  • 1092 Brown’s Express Inc. (Sub- No. 3) denied Mar 13, 1940 Extension- Pownal, VT
  • 1093 JW Shamburger & Sons common carrier granted Oct 2, 1940; Texarkana, TX to points in Arkansas and Louisiana
  • 1096 Canada Coach Lines Ltd.
  • 1097 Denver-Salt Lake-Pacific Stages Inc.
  • 1103 Kofman’s
  • 1116 Elmer E Bunnell denied May 16, 1940 as contract carrier of petroleum products Kansas to Nebraska
  • 1117 M.G.M. Transport Corp.
  • 1121 PD Coakley Motor Transport Inc. portion of authority transferred to Drake Motor Lines, Inc.
  • 1123 Wheeler Dart Express Company
  • 1124 Herrin Transportation Co. (Sub- No. 2) granted July 29, 1940 Between Shreveport and Bossier City, Louisiana
  • 1130 Interstate Busses Corp.
  • 1141 Edwin Schultz contract carrier granted Sept 23, 1940
  • 1145 Edgar W Tunnel
  • 1148 Ed K Hulzdba dba Crescent Trucking
  • 1149 Harry E Grimes
  • 1150 JB Heeren later Heeren Trucking Co.
  • 1151 Port Jarvis Trucking Co. Inc.
  • 1156 Cornhusker Motor Freight Lines, Inc. common carrier application denied on March 3, 1942 Between Scottsbluff, Nebraska and Chicago
  • 1160 Wagman Transfer Corp.
  • 1166 Swanson Bus Lines Inc.
  • 1168 Baltimore Transfer Co.
  • 1171 Hall Motor Freight Co. (Sub- No 1) granted June20, 1940 general commodities Between Kansas City and Denver
  • 1174 WalterV Chaney denied July 8, 1940, Between points in Missouri and Illinois using irregular routes
  • 1184 George F Burnett Co. Inc.
  • 1187 Cushman Motor Deliver
  • 1192 Brewster Trucking Corp
  • 1194 Andrew G Nelson Inc.
  • 1200 Rhode Island Bus Co, when earlier known as Rock Island Motor Transportation Co. was granted certificate on July 19, 1940
  • 1204 Rogers Fast Freight Inc.
  • 1206 Joe N. Owen dba Monticello Truck Line, later Ozark Motor Line, (Sub-No 2) granted July 29, 1940
  • 1214 System Transfer & Storage Co. granted June 1, 1940
  • 1220 Joseph Femminck (authority sold in Jan 1937 to Penn-Ohio Southern Motor Lines)
  • 1222 The Reinhardt Transfer Co.
  • 1231 Elliott-Young Consolidated, Inc. acquired by Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc in Sep 1938
  • 1239 Jesse WesleyCrissinger
  • 1245 JW Potts
  • 1247 Missouri-Kansas-Iowa-Nebraska Lines Inc. (Sub No 1) granted Mar 1, 1940
  • 1255 Francis Albert McGinn
  • 1260 Lewis R Means (Sub-No. 1) granted March 11, 1940
  • 1263 JH McCarty
  • 1267 Anderson Transportation Co.
  • 1278 The Grey Goose Line Inc.
  • 1287 James B Jones
  • 1288 Lorraine Transfer Inc.
  • 1289 Leland M Sheeley
  • 1291 Edward R Fowkes
  • 1300 Albert Goldberg
  • 1306 EG Byrd (Sub-No. 1) granted April 1, 1940 authority to haul household goods from Oklahoma to Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri
  • 1312 Clarence H Smith
  • 1313 Ridgely Transport (later Pioneer-Ridgely Freight Lines)
  • 1316 Boyer Transportation Co Inc (Sub-No. 1) denied Sep 2, 1941
  • 1324 Hicks Express Inc.
  • 1328 JJ Long Inc.
  • 1332 Eli M Carman
  • 1345 Moab Garage Co.
  • 1351 Morris Haskell (Sub-No. 1) granted Dec 13, 1940 from Bogata, NJ to points in CT, RI, and MA
  • 1353 MH Hummel dba Hummel Trucking Co. (Sub-No. 1) granted May27, 1940 Between points in New York and Pennsylvania
  • 1358 Harley White and Harry White
  • 1362 Highway Express, Inc.
  • 1366 Herman Condit
  • 1367 Owl Transfer & Storage Co. Inc. theatrical equipment in OR, WA and Idaho
  • 1374 Paul Littrell
  • 1375 Mountain Truckers, Inc.
  • 1380 RL Honbarrier
  • 1402 Robert Blaske Contract Carrier Application denied on June 6, 1941, but Extension of Operations sub no-1 was granted for transportation of petroleum and petroleum products from East Chicago, Illinois to points within a 100 mile radius of Chicago, Ill
  • 1427 New Mexico Transportation Company, Inc. application filed January 9, 1936; granted on April 28, 1937, filed for extension of operations on April 22, 1936 and granted on April 28, 1937
  • 1456 Colorado-Wyoming Express, application filed on January 9, 1936, granted on April 23, 1937
  • 1480 West Ridge Transportation Company of Pennsylvania, Inc.
  • 1481 West Ridge Transportation Company of New York, Inc.
  • 1482 Buffalo and Erie Coach Company
  • 1483 Alleghany Motor Coach Company, Inc.
  • 1749 Union Transfer Affiliated Company 1000 S Broad St Philadelphia, Pa.
  • 2121 J.F.Nelson
  • 2202 Roadway Express, Inc.
  • 2226 Red Arrow Freight Lines, Inc. granted on Sep 20, 1938
  • 2227 Arrow Motor Freight Lines issued on June 10, 1938
  • 2229 Red Ball Motor Freight, Inc.
  • 2253 Carolina Freight Carriers Corporation
  • 2369 Lastuch Brothers Motor Transportation Co, acquired by Gay’s Express in 1938
  • 2401 Motor Freight Corporation
  • 2421 Newton Transportation Co. Inc. Lenoir, NC
  • 2473 Billings Transfer Corp
  • 2484 E & L Transport Co.
  • 2488 W. R. McGwinn
  • 2510 Ziffrin Truck Lines, Inc.
  • 2542 Adley Express Co.Inc. issued March 22, 1938
  • 2545 J. Wesley Lowther
  • 2554 John Smith dba Smith Trucking Co.
  • 2589 C.A.B.Y. Transportation Co.
  • 2741 Pan-American Bus Lines, application filed on February 1, 1936 and granted on November 2, 1936
  • 2743 Dixie Greyhound Lines, Inc.
  • 2754 Neuendorf Transportation Company
  • 2759 Ernest E. Schneider
  • 2760- Olney Trucking Company, Inc.
  • 2765- Square Deal Cartage Company
  • 2815 Penntruck Company, Inc.
  • 2817 Walter J. Giltfillan
  • 2823 Barber Transportation Company, Inc.
  • 2835 Adirondack Transit Lines, Inc.
  • 2840 L. E. Barley Co. Inc.
  • 2844 Chicago & Calumet District Transfer Company, Inc.
  • 2858 Paul W. Snyder, Inc.
  • 2862 Rio Grande Motor Way, Inc.
  • 2866 Edwards Motor Transit Company, Inc.
  • 2867 Lorin Bice and Roy Bice
  • 2868 M.C. Foster Bus Line
  • 2869 Union Bus Company
  • 2872 Great Lakes Forwarding Corporation
  • 2873 Rapid Transfer & Storage Company, Inc.
  • 2890 American Buslines, Inc.
  • 2893 Available Storage & Moving Co. Inc.
  • 2894 Red Star Transit Company, Inc.
  • 2900 Great Southern Trucking Company
  • 2908 Capital Motor Lines
  • 2921 Samuel H. Brown
  • 2925 Delaware Transportation Co. 510 N 4th St. Philadelphia, Pa.
  • 2941 C & E Trucking Corporation
  • 2962 A & H Truck Line, Inc.
  • 2974 O.I.M. Transit Corporation
  • 2975 Jacob Vandergraff
  • 2978 Erastus L. Hasty
  • 2979 Hargis Truck Line, Inc.
  • 2986 Indianapolis & Southern Motor Express
  • 2990 Blue Arrow Transport Lines, Inc.
  • 2996 Hi-Way Freight System, Inc.
  • 2998 Wolverine Express, Inc.
  • 3000 O. G. Bryant
  • 3003 Warren C. Marshall
  • 3005 Joseph F. Hoey dba Midland Service Company
  • 3009 West Brothers, Inc.
  • 3026 C. F. Hinchman
  • 3031 Wilson W. Palmer
  • 3057 Walton Hauling & Warehouse Corp.
  • 3062 L. A. Tucker Truck Lines, Inc
  • 3076 Karn’s Transfer, Inc.
  • 3089 Klaus E. Tanis dba Tanis Truck Lines
  • 3099 Mrs. Dorothy I. Evans
  • 3102 W. C. Shaw
  • 3107 White Owl Express
  • 3114 Theodore Hamil Compton
  • 3121 Steel Trucking, Inc.
  • 3126 C. B. and R. S. Green
  • 3151 Bender & Loudon Motor Freight, Inc.
  • 3166 Service Driveaway Corporation
  • 3168 Baker’s Horse Transportation, Inc.
  • 3189 Edwin Thompson
  • 3194 Calvetti Transportation Company, Inc.
  • 3214 Russell F. Searer
  • 3246 Paul A. Fisher and J. Clifford Johnson
  • 3249 Peasley Transfer & Storage Company
  • 3252 Paul E. Merrill
  • 3258 Treloar Trucking Company
  • 3261 Kramer Brothers Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 3262 Luke Motor Express acquired by Silver Fleet Motor Express in 1938
  • 3274 Max McCall & Art Sebastian
  • 3282 G. P. Wood
  • 3289 Reliable Drivers Corporation
  • 3356 Charles Allen and Ralph Allen
  • 3368 Hale Transfer & Storage  issued May 5, 1938
  • 3379 Koontz Motor Freight, Inc.
  • 3380 Binyon-O’Keefe Fireproof Storage Company
  • 3387 Harry E. Allcutt 114 West 5th St. Chester, Pa.
  • 3419 Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Highway, Inc.
  • 3463 Benson S. Futrell and Peter P. Futrell dba Futrell Brothers
  • 3464 James Galetti
  • 3468 F. J. Boutell Driveaway Co. Inc.
  • 3474 Mundy Motor Lines
  • 3484 C & C Trucking, Inc.
  • 3487 Congoleum-Nairn, Inc.
  • 3495 West Virginia Transportation Company
  • 3700 Manhattan Transit Company
  • 3705 Westwood Transportation Lines, Inc.
  • 3708 Bertram E. Williams
  • 3712 Ivan Shafer
  • 3717 Joseph L. Coyle
  • 3719 Hubvert Wilkinson
  • 3721 Edgar G. Pickler and Wayne J. Pickler
  • 3728 John V. Kite of Bardane, West Virginia, authority includes the following: – between points over irregular routes in Jefferson and Berkeley Counties in West Virginia to points in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia,: – fresh and dried fruits and fruit products from points in above West Virginia counties to Orville, Cincinnati, Bellafonte and Steubenville Ohio:- paper, paperboard, strawboard and cardboard from Halltown West Virginia to points in North Carolina and waste and scrap paper on return loads: fruit and ice from Winchester and Berryville, Virginia to New York, New York and points in Maryland and Pennsylvania
  • 3743 Ralph McQuigg granted April 15, 1939 between Sharon, Pa and Warren, Ohio
  • 3979 Robert Cullen Cosby
  • 5149 George Clikeman
  • 5267 William R. Brumfield and Olivet Atwood Brumfield
  • 5285 W. M. Bayse
  • 5288 Mid-American Truck Lines. Inc.
  • 5427 Leola Truck Line, acquired By Minneapolis & St Louis Railroad Company
  • 5438 Gill Bruce Lewton
  • 5443 Harry Lehr
  • 5452 Otis E. Woolly
  • 5696 Bassetti And Lawson, contract carrier application filed on January 20, 1936, certificate granted on October 29, 1936
  • 5719 John Ferreira
  • 6009 Georgia Stages, Inc.
  • 6103 W. H. Dickens
  • 6113 Warren H Doberer, filed application on April 1, 1936 and was granted on November 2, 1936
  • 6254 Telford & Lux Drayage Company
  • 6457 Joseph A. Clouartre
  • 6554 Dixie Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 6888 H. O. Miller
  • 6895 Meisinger Stages
  • 6945 National Transit Corporation
  • 7115 B. A. Thorp, Inc.
  • 7135 Jay Widney
  • 7155 Ray Williams
  • 7257 Provincial Transport Company
  • 7792 Penn-Ohio Coach Lines Company
  • 7812 Arthur F. Warren
  • 8976 White Star Motor Coaches
  • 9416 J. L. Hays issued January 17, 1938
  • 9609 R. L. Smith
  • 10053 Norman Church Hedges
  • 10156  Far-Go Truck Lines common Carrier application to transport general commodities between certain points in Arkansas and Greenville, Mississippi was granted in July 9, 1941
  • 10796 Francis M. Perdue
  • 10897 Acme Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 11741 Morris S. Bornstein
  • 13711 Roetto Truck Line issued March 15, 1938; acquired by Campbell Sixty Six Express
  • 15435 Inter’City Transit Lines, Inc.
  • 15531 United Arbour Express, Inc.
  • 17732 Andrew P. Keegan
  • 18159 Consolidated Motor Lines, Inc (Connecticut company (
  • 18562-John Peters dba Peters Southern Express, on October 19,1936 the ICC granted certificate for authority as a contract carrier of rubber products over irregular routes between Akron, Ohio and points in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama
  • 18661 H.A. Connor
  • 19190 L & L Freight Lines Inc.
  • 19199 Penn Bus Company
  • 19437 John C. Burns dba Burns Transportation Company
  • 20901 Cherokee Motor Coach Company, Inc.
  • 23482 Gotham Consolidating Corporation
  • 28478 David C. Doyle of Saginaw, Michigan dba Doyle Freight Lines granted certificate on April 15, 1938 to serve regular routes in Michigan
  • 28682 Kakoska Freight Lines of Saginaw, Michigan, acquired in 1938 by Doyle Freight Lines
  • 29370 T.J. McBroom
  • 29529 Edward Allen Carroll of Meridian, Connecticut, application filed December 9, 1935, submitted to ICC on Feb 11, 1937 and granted April 28, 1937: general commodities as contract carrier of groceries and general merchandise between Meridian, Connecticut and points in Massachusetts and New York over irregular routes
  • 29560 North Shore Bus Co. Inc.
  • 29883 George Fairall dba Fairall Trucking
  • 29601 Waldo L. Jaax
  • 29937 Volck Brothers, Inc.
  • 30251 Ray & Starr
  • 30378 Joe Foral dba Joe Foral Transfer Company
  • 31806 Benjamin Franklin Line, Inc. filed application on February 8, 1936 and it was submitted to the ICC on July 5, 1936 and decision was made on October 14, 1936 and the application was denied.
  • 32077 W.R. And J.H. Mackey
  • 32541 Peninsula Transit Corp.
  • 32779 Heysers Nickel Plate Line
  • 32930 Johnson Motor Lines certificate issued Feb 26, 1938, acquired by Mundy Motor Lines in Sep 1938
  • 37383 Black Hills Transportation Co.
  • 38284 Lyman Truck Lines issued Feb 15, 1938
  • 39063 Union Pacific Stages Inc.
  • 39371 Old Colony Coach Lines, Inc.
  • 39992 C.M. Smith
  • 40080 B & V Truck Lines issued March 31, 1938; acquired by Campbell Sixty Six Express
  • 40866 Southern Highway Express issued February 12, 1938; acquired by Malone Freight Line in September 1938
  • 40971 Marion Campbell
  • 41098 Global Van Lines, Inc.
  • 41432 East Texas Motor Freight Lines, issued June 3, 1937
  • 42537 George Cassens & Sons
  • 42787 Louis J. Ross
  • 43020 H.B. Church Truck Service Company
  • 43662 Delta Transportation Company
  • 43877 Jefferson MacAllister
  • 44092 Arbour Expressf
  • 44592 Middle Atlantic Transportation
  • 46614 Blue & White Lines, Inc.
  • 50002 Edwin A. Bowles dba Overland Transport Company
  • 50003 Edwin Coffre dba Coffre’s Van Service
  • 50004 Donald S. Casselman, Jr. dba Caswell Trucking Company
  • 50006 E.H.Curry and Earl Nash dba Overland Stages
  • 50007 Clarece L. Dauls dba Semi-State Coach Line filed application on January 3, 1936. The ICC Joint Board No. 8 recommended its report on July 16, 1936 and certificate was denied on August 5, 1936
  • 50008 Ohio Valley Bus Company, Inc. filed application on February 23, 1936. The ICC Joint Board No. 10 was created on April 7, 1936 and recommended its report on May 15, 1936. Certificate granted on June 15, 1936
  • 50011 O.H. Locke dba Cookeville Motor Express
  • 50012 Frank C. Diehard dba Diehl Transport
  • 50016 Great Northern Railway filed application on February 3, 1936 and the ICC Joint Board No. 24 recommended its report on September 4, 1936. Granted certificate on September 24, 1936
  • 50018 Alfred L. Hahn dba Hahn Truck Line
  • 50020 Jason W. House dba Service Filing Station
  • 50022 J & J Refrigerator Service
  • 50023 Kansas City Kaw Valley Railroad, Inc.
  • 50024 McGill Oil Company
  • 50028 Jacob Niederhouse
  • 50029 Cameron Utah-Arizona Truck Line
  • 50031 E. L. Peters
  • 50032 Charles William Fleek Jr.
  • 50033 S.D.G. Dress Delivery, Inc.
  • 50034 Saunders & Douglas Motor Freight Service, Inc.
  • 50036 R. A. Shope
  • 50039 Drexel Clair Tucker
  • 50040 Joseph B. Walton dba P.B.W. Transportation Company
  • 50041 Fostoria Cartage, Inc. application filed January 30, 1936, submitted Dec 1, 1936 and granted April 28, 1937 as a contract carrier of auto parts over irregular routes between Fostoria, Ohio and Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • 50043 White Top Bus Line
  • 50047 Petroleum Transportation Corporation of Indiana
  • 50048 An application signed and verified by R. Biederman, as manager on behalf of E.A.Jackson was filed on January 24, 1936. Mr Jackson himself appeared at the ICC hearing and testified that Biederman had not been authorized to file an application and that Biederman was not accorded any official position to do so. On October 20, 1936 the application was discontinued.
  • 50049 C & D Oil Company
  • 50050 H.H.Edwards
  • 50052 Dean O. Myers dba Dean O. Myers Transport Service
  • 50054 Charles Edward Acheson Of Camp Stool, Wyoming, filed application on February 12, 1936, denied by ICC on December 8, 1936, determination of no public need for service beyond what was already provided.
  • 50058 Kenneth P. Aller
  • 50060 Eva Alford dba Alford Transport
  • 50062 Conrad A. Anderson dba Anderson’s Suburban Delivery
  • 50073 A. M. Bobbitt sought authority to transport crude oil and petroleum products between several points in Kansas and Denver, Colorado. Due to lack of insurance and non payment of road taxes his application was denied.
  • 50080 James P. Watson
  • 50087 Paul Beidleman, application filed Feb 24, 1936, denied October 28, 1936
  • 50089 Fred Beloff, application was filed April 1, 1936, denied on April 28, 1937: operation not found consistent with public interest, no need for service proposed for hauling coal from Wilkes-Barre, PA to Tuckerton, NJ
  • 50106 Raymond E. Bryan
  • 50107 Frank W. Baker
  • 50108 James W. Truitt
  • 50109 John Thomas Merritt
  • 50110 Edward T. Merritt
  • 50119 Edward William Mosher dab Blue Nose Bus Line
  • 50130 Continental Transportation Company
  • 50134 Henry W. Jackson
  • 50136 Floyd A. Tull
  • 50139 D. H. Belknap
  • 50142 H. C. Bonham
  • 50146 C.E. Carroll
  • 50149 C.M. Patman
  • 50159 Bert G. Cole
  • 50160 William Edward Corl
  • 50161 W.H.Cramer and Obed Cramer dba W.H. Cramer & Son
  • 50163 Henry Douglas
  • 50165 Harry Crigler
  • 50169 Lyle H. Carpenter
  • 50170 Henry R. Butcher
  • 50174 Rollie Clemence
  • 50183 F.W. Crosby
  • 50185 Crozier Brothers
  • 50187 Leonard Crumpacker, denied on Feb 16, 1938
  • 50190 Joseph A O’Neal filed application on April 14, 1936. The ICC Joint Board No. 40 recommended a report on August 31, 1936 and a certificate was granted on September 21, 1936
  • 50192 Thomas E. Flounders
  • 50194 Carl E. DeGrout dba DeGrout Truck Line
  • 50201 Leonard D Dickinson dba LD Dickinson Motor Coach Lines
  • 50206 Kenneth Drake
  • 50218 Roland R Edgely
  • 50221 Erickson & Miller dba Erickson & Miller
  • 50226 Hubert C Elliott
  • 50227 John Emer
  • 50229 William M Bell and Twiford J Eskridge
  • 50235 Murray Feigenbaum dba Trio Motor Lines
  • 50229 Eskridge & Bell
  • 50242 Filse Drayage Co, Inc.
  • 59246 Reuben F Frei dba Frei Transport Company
  • 50249 H Hunter Fultz
  • 50250 James D. Rawlins
  • 50253 William Winston Ford
  • 50260 Clarence Ray Feigley, application filed April 28, 1936, certificate denied on October 27, 1936
  • 50262 Zephia Odell Clark
  • 50265 G B Gardner dba Gardner Motor Company, certificate granted Jan 12, 1938 to haul petroleum products between Potown, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri
  • 50267 Garrison & Guhrt
  • 50269 Donald E Georgia
  • 50288 Albert Horton
  • 50291 Hunt Transfer Company Inc.
  • 50300 Edward S. Humphreys
  • 50344 Sam Zeld dba ABC Moving & Storage
  • 50339 Fred E. Stevens
  • 50343 Fenton Whipple
  • 50372 Lawrence Kilroy
  • 50395 C. L. Haney
  • 50398 Joseph Louis Gandy
  • 50408 Paul L. Landis
  • 50443 Roy N. Marlow
  • 50444 Clyde Kurtz
  • 50453 Godfrey Frank Woolton dba Shore Transportation Company
  • 50473 Frank Janesofsky, sought authority between Egbert and Denver, Colorado over US Highways 30 and 85. During ICC hearing he desired to transport only livestock and vegetables for himself, denied application on May 3, 1937 as no certificate was found to be needed
  • 50482 R. P. Mercer
  • 50502 Robert G. Moore
  • 50506 Belle Moskofsky
  • 50518 George T. Needham
  • 50521 Linden E. Marvel
  • 50543 Alf Peter Olson
  • 50569 Parkersburg Construction Company
  • 50656 Ritz Arrow Lines, Inc.
  • 50657 R.T.M. Trucking Co., Inc.
  • 50660 Eva Alvord dba Alvord Transport
  • 50667 Marie R. Sandal dba Oleander Transportation Line, filed application on April 14′ 1836 and denied on November 2, 1936
  • 50719 Daniel Francis Simpson
  • 50729 Red Star Sightseeing Line, Inc
  • 50734 Lee Speirs
  • 50781 Clover Sturlin
  • 50783 John J. Raymond dba Raymond Transfer
  • 50803 Traffic Motor Express
  • 50837 Milton D. Walker
  • 50846 Palmer D Waugh
  • 50847 Edward Webb Jr.
  • 50865 W.R.Whitman
  • 50919 Frank Matthews
  • 50946 George Rolfsmeyer
  • 50948 John Joseph Norton dba Norton Motor Transportation filed application on June 19, 1936. Recommended report on September 25, 1936 and decision was made on October 15, 1936, certificate denied.
  • 50960 John B. Combs dba SouthEast Transfer & Storage Co. on June 23, 1936 filed application with ICC, October 19, 1936 certificate granted as a common carrier of household goods over irregular routes between Washington, DC and points in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Caroline, South Carolina and Virginia
  • 50971 Edward C. Hill
  • 50990 J B Resch
  • 51204 Gregg Cartage & Storage Company
  • 51520 Henry Carew Wylie
  • 51255 Haeckl’s Express, Inc.
  • 52932 North Penn Transfer
  • 55236 Olson Transportation Company, Inc.
  • 58928 Lewis O. Miller dba Alma Truck Line
  • 59237 Red Ball Bus Company
  • 59238 Virginia Stage Lines, Inc.
  • 59239 W. F. Couch
  • 59340 Wendt Motor Coach Lines, Inc.
  • 59452 Atlantic City Bus Company, Inc.
  • 59641 Howard P. Doyle and Dollar Stages, Inc.
  • 59801 J. Norman Geipe, Inc.59815 L. C. Robertson dba Robertson’s Drive and Truckaway
  • 60107 Hibbing Van & Transfer Company
  • 60766 John S. Wright
  • 60866 Cater’s Motor Freight System, Inc.
  • 60905 G & H Motor Freight Line, Inc.
  • 61616 Missouri Pacific Transportation Company
  • 61438 Kansas CitySouthern Transport Company, Inc.
  • 61599 Queen City Coach Company, Inc.
  • 61990 R. G. Spitzer dpa Rio Grande Truck Lines
  • 63495 Brown Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
  • 64707 G.F.Jarvis and E.D.Harness dba Jarvis & Harness
  • 64837 Charles E. Hatmaker
  • 65214 Feather River Stage Company, Inc.
  • 65392 Automobile Shippers, Inc. issued March 26, 1938
  • 65771 Tilman Seifers and D. L. Rogers dba Dick’s Transfer & Truck Terminal
  • 66188 William D. Howard
  • 68681 James J. Moritz
  • 66788 Raymond Brothers Transportation
  • 66810 Peoria Rockford Bus Company
  • 69704 Seaton Transfer Company issued March 15, 1938. acquired by Campbell Sixty Six Express
  • 70126 Maine-New Hampshire Stages
  • 70151 United Trucking Service, Inc.
  • 70319 Pine State Express, Inc.
  • 70353 Pittsburgh-Weirton Bus Company, Inc.
  • 70393 Smart’s Auto Freight Company, Inc.
  • 70426 William Schumacher
  • 70947 Mount Hood Stages, Inc.
  • 71436 Short Line, Inc of Pennsylvania
  • 71574 Black Hills Transportation Co.
  • 71679 Clarence D. Walker dba Liberty Transportation
  • 72139 Arthur C. Barwood dba Film Transportation Company
  • 72193 Percy D. Hines
  • 72139 Arthur C. Barwood dba Film Transportation Company
  • 74001 John Botts
  • 74722 Alabama Coaches Company, Inc.
  • 74791 Lincoln Trail System, Inc.
  • 75320 Campbell Sixty Six Express Inc. issued February 26. 1938
  • 75875 Dayton Brothers Bus Line Inc. filed application on January 15,1936. The ICC Joint Board No. 18 recommended report on May 22, 1936 and the decision was to grant certificate on June 11,1936. This was among the earliest certificates to be issued, by date not by number.
  • 77068 Page-Way Stage Lines issued Feb 10, 1938
  • 77425 Great Lakes Cartage Company
  • 74722 Alabama Coaches Company, Inc.
  • 81751 Howard W. Jurett
  • 84585 Consolidated Motor Lines ( Massachusetts)
  • 85306 Colorado- Wyoming Express
  • 86001 Philip M. Barzone dba Bee Hive Express
  • 86023 Albert J. Herbert sought a common carrier certificate between Burlington, Vermont and points in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and pennsylvania over irregular routes. He filed his application with the ICC on July 8, 1936 and less than a month later began hauling cases of beer from New York, New York, Rochester, New York and Newark, New Jersey to Burlington, Vermont and empty cases on return trips. At the ICC hearing, he stated that he started service on the assumption that he had received permission. He also said he contemplated no changes to his operation other than possibly hauling of marble or granite if transporting beer failed to afford full employment. Certificate was denied on October 15, 1936 since numerous long established and responsible motor carriers amply supply the public necessity with respect to the traffic involved.
  • 86024 Charlie Toms dba Charlie Toms Bus Line Files application on July 6, 1936, granted April 26, 1937 for passengers and mail between Eufaula, Alabama and Smithville, Georgia
  • 86027 Elias Simon dab Elias Simon and Son
  • 86033 Howard C. Dingmon
  • 86039 W. D. Plunkett
  • 86041 Herbert Caldwell dba Caldwell Truck Line
  • 86048 Thomas Ray Walker
  • 86060 Wellington Wells Watkins dba Economy Transport
  • 86064 Lawrence Guy Hill dab G. Hill Furniture & Piano Moving
  • 86057 Ernest Merchant
  • 86082 Benjamin L. Sherman
  • 86085 Oscar Lundahl
  • 86087 Ernest Merchant
  • 86100 Raymond Wonbauser
  • 86104 Harold Gifford
  • 86115 Russell Frable dab F & F Transportation Company
  • 86132 Meizlish Corporation
  • 86133 Glenn Butler
  • 86149 Henry G Puffer
  • 86186 James V. Rains
  • 86188 Emmanuel Alboum dba Album Transport Company
  • 86213 Lucia Vitullo
  • 86224 Evan Smith
  • 86238 Hagler Truck Company
  • 86245 Wood LakeGrain Company Inc.
  • 86320 Samuel Lightbody
  • 86351 Globe Express & Storage Company
  • 86388 James C. Duros
  • 86601 Harry M Levin
  • 86672 Canadian American Express
  • 86627 Union Pacific Railroad Company
  • 86693 Ridgewood Coach Lines, Inc.
  • 86915 Leonard G. Duke
  • 86986 Robert H. Steele dba R.H. Steele Truck Service
  • 88002 Sam Kianof
  • 88300 Brooks-Gillespie Motors, Inc.
  • 88325 O. T. Nelson
  • 88486 Watson R. Lynch
  • 88712 Roy D. Proctor
  • 88774 Soft Crab Express, Inc.
  • 88784 Aaron Vigevano dba Atlantic Moving & Warehouse Company
  • 88791 Vincent D’Agata
  • 88807 Strickland & Lowe Coal & Transfer
  • 88852 J. Hugo Aronson
  • 89529 United Parcel Service of Pennsylvania, Inc.
  • 89913 Lester J. Sperber
  • 108393 Signal Delivery Service,
  • 111230 Wilbur C Winegar dba City Transfer & Storage Co. Bell, CA issued Jan 20, 1968, application filed Sept 1968 to transfer authority to Brothers Transportation Inc Los Angeles, CA
  • 113863 John Stelmaszek and Pasquale Ciampi, partnership in New Milford, CT, issued July 16, 1963; (sub-No. 2) issued July 1, 1965 transferred to Edward P Hayes & Sons Co. in Rock Hill, CT authorizing the transportation of: Passengers and their baggage and express, mail and newspapers between Hartford and Granby, CT and between Westfield, MA and Hoskins, CT , serving intermediate points.

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