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SOURCE: Annual Report of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad to the Board of Railroad Commissioners, , "Board of Railroad Commissioners Collection," archives, Kansas Historical Society, Topeka. *Operating income is defined as total earnings from passenger and freight traffic less expenses associated with these operations, but before taxes. Founded in , AAR is the world’s leading railroad policy, research, standard setting, and technology organization that focuses on the safety and productivity of the U.S. freight rail industry. AAR Full members include the major freight railroads in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as Amtrak. The real savior for the railroads, though, proved to be the Staggers Rail Act of , which brought prosperity to rail freight carriers by substantially deregulating the industry. By , renewed railroad freight traffic had reached nearly twice its former peak in On Decem , the newly formed United States Railroad Administration took over American railway operations. The agency immediately pooled all railroad equipment and facilities, and six months later increased freight rates by 28 percent. Federal control of America’s railways continued through the rest of the war until the Esch-Cummins.
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