The Transportation Act of 1958 amended the Interstate Commerce Act by authorizing railroad discontinuance of interstate train or ferry operations by posting advance notices thereof. The Interstate Commerce Commission can investigate such discontinuances either upon complaint or its own motion, and may require continuance of service if, after hearing, it finds such operation required by public convenience and necessity and not unduly burdensome to interstate commerce. Public Law 85-625, August 12, 1958, 72 Stat. 568.
Robert A. Smith,
Administrative Law - Powers of Agencies - The Interstate Commerce Commission and Discontinuance of Railroads Under the Transportation Act of 1958,
Mich. L. Rev.
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