Railway Age 1964 October 5 Weekly Frisco NYC Japan New Haven

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Railway Age 1964 October 5 Weekly Frisco NYC Japan New Haven
 
Railway Age Weekly October 5 1964 Vol 157 No 13
CONTENTS
The New Haven: Rescue on the way?                                                                                                    
The group that masterminded the English Channel tunnel project has its eyes fixed squarely on the New Havenp.11
Luna vows to BRT: 'We won't let up'                                                                                                 
The Trainmen's chief claimed that the carriers want to destroy the BRT-then lashed out at rival ops. p.12
Transit: A time for planning                                                                                                                                                                                            Delegates to the American Transit Association convention were proud of 1964 victories-but expect bigger onesp.16
'Skokie Swift' points the way                                                                                                          
Here's why Walter J. McCarter, transit authority, believes commuters need more than just a ride to midtown. p.18
New Tokaido Line to open for business                                                                                
Japan's new $1-billion railway begins passenger service this month between the country's two largest cities. p.21
New approach to diesel maintenance                                                                                                       
A cram course for operating men is part of the Frisco's campaign to get maximum locomotive utilization. p.22
NYC straightens rail in track by machine                                                                                       
Use of a rail-straightening device permits New York Central to defer rail renewal by as much as two years. p.32
The Action Page-Moving people is a business                                                                             
Solving the "passenger problem" requires all-out effort by public authorities, unions and railroads. p.43
Departments
Current Questions  35
Dividends Declared  36
Freight Carloadings  41
Letters from Readers  36
Monday Morning Report  8
New Equipment  41
New Products Report  34
People in the News  44
Railroading After Hours 20
Railway Market  41
Short and Significant  7
Supply Trade  44
The Action Page  46
Watching Washington  38
You Ought to Know  42

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