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1 CATALOGUE t4o ANNUAL His.ticaI FIe Copy CANADA - 6 / PASSENGER BUS STATISTICS 1959 Published by Authority of The Honoorable George Hees, Minister of Trade and Commerce DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS Public Finance and Transportation Division TrarlBportation Section January, Price 50 cents ROGER DUHAMEL. r.p.s.c., Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery. Ottawa, 1961

2 Reports Published by the Public Finance and Transportation Division dealing with ROAD TRANSPORT Catalogue number Title and Description Price InternatIonal Toll Bridges, Tunnels and Ferries annual (approx. 12 pp.) Investment, revenues, expenses, traffic, employees, salaries and wages and accidents with listof facilities Motor Carriers - Freight (Common and Contract) - annual (approx. 43 pp.) Number of companies, Investment, operating revenues and expenses, traffic, employees, salaries and wages, equipment and accidents; by provinces, by revenue groups and by type of operation Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents annual (approx. 71 pp.) Number of accidents, persons killed and injured, property damage, time, place, road conditions, etc., by provinces Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents quarterly (approx, 31 pp.) Number of accidents, persons killed and injured, property damage, time, plane, road conditions, etc., by provinces. (A condensed monthly report of motor vehicle traffic accidents is published as a release in the Dominion Bureau of Statistics Daily Bulletin)... 50t a copy, $2a year Passenger Bus Statistics annual (approx, 14 pp.) Number of companies, investment, operating revenues and expenses, employees, salaries andwages, equipment and accidents, by provinces Passenger Bus Statlstics Interclty and R*ral Rhl. monthly (approx. 4 pp,) Number of companies, passengers carried, vehicle miles run, fuel consumed, revenue by provinces... 10ta copy, $1 a year Road and Street Mileage and Expendittie annual (approx. 15 pp.) Road and street mileages, construction, maintenance and administration expenditures on highways, bridges, ferries and urban streets, by provinces., The Motor Vehicle - Preliminary Report of Registrations, and Size. Weight and Safety Regulations annual (approx. 17 pp.) Registrations by type of vehicle, number of licences, size, weight and safety regulations for motor vehicles, by provinces The Motor VehIcle annual (approx. 44 pp.) Registrations by provinces and municipalities; provincial revenues from registrations, gasoline taxes and licences; gasoline and diesel oil sales, unsatisfied judgment funds, by provinces Urban Transit annual (approx. 20 pp.) Investment, revenues, expenses, passengers carried, vehicle miles run, fuel consumed, by electric car, trolley coach and motor bus; equipment, accidents, employees, salaries and wages F: Urban 1'ranslt - Btl. monthly (approx. 4 pp.) Number of companies, passengers carried, vehicle miles run, fuel consumed, and revenue by electric car, trolley coach and motor bus, by provinces... i0 a 'v, $1 a y,tr..so I Motor Transport Traffic Each of the following series of eight annual reports prcvi:hs statistics on mileage, fuel consumption, truck capacity, goods carried, ton miles, revenues and number of trucks by type of operation and gross vehicle weight groups Motor Transport Traffic: National Estimates (approx. 30 pp.)., Motor Transport Traffic: Atlantic Provinces (approx. 18 pp.) Motor Transport Traffic: Quebec (approx, 12 pp.) F 'l'ransports Routlers de Marchandines: Quebec (approx. 12 pp.) Motor Transport Traffic: Ontario (approx. 13 pp.) Motor Transport Traffic: Manitoba (approx, 13 pp.) Motor Transport Traffic: Saskatchewan (approx. 13 pp.).,, Motor Transport Traffic: Alberta (approx. 14 pp.) Motor Transport Traffic: British Colisabla (approx. 13 pp.) Subscription orders should be sent to the Information Services Division, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa, Canada, with enclosed remittances made payoble to the Receiver General of Canada.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Introduction...5 Table 1. Historical Summary, Table2. Summary, Table 3. Operating Statistics, 1959 Group I Carriers ($100,000 and over) Table 4. OperatIng StatIstics, 1959 Group II Carriers ($20,000 - $ 100,000) Fable 5. Operating StatIstics, 1959 Group Ill Carriers ($6,000-$20.000) Table 6. Traffic Statistics, 1959, Groups I, II and HI Carriers Table 7. Employees and Compensation, 1959, Groups I, II and III Carriers...13 Table 8. Revenue Equipment Available for Service at Close of 1959, Groups I. II andiii Carriers...14 Fable 9. Taxes, 1959, Groups I, II and III Carriers Table 10. Accidents, 1959, Groups I, II and III Carriers...17

4 SYMBOLS The interpretation of the symbols used in the tables throughout this publication is as follows: figures not availab1. - nil or zero..

5 INTRODUCTION Presented in this report a r e statistics of 162 intercity and rural passenger bus Operators. These data refer to the "for hire" segment of the industry excluding firms with annual gross revenues under $6,000 and also transport concerns operating predominantly school bus or other charter services.. It should be noted that a number of bus companies are engaged in both urban and intercity operations. Where this occurs it is often impossible to obtain complete and separate data for each type of service, with the result that it is sometimes necessary to include the total operations of such companies in either the "Passenger Bus Statistics" or "Urban Transit" statistical series on the basis of the predominant characteristic of their activities. It should he noted t hat 1* \iit ohie ii nay Inc. which was previously considered as intercity and included in this publication has been reclassified as an urban operation and is now included in Its entirety in the "Urban Transit" report. Statistics on the operations of intercity and rural passenger bus operators are divided Into three groups on the basis of annual gross revenue: Group Iconsists of carriers having an annual gross revenue exceeding $100,000; Group II includes firms with gross revenue from $20,000 to $100,000; and Group III those between $6,000 and $20,000. Review of 1959 Operations Financial 'ist of property, vehicles etc. reported by 162 asstnger bus operators amounted to $66.1 million, an increase of $6.9 million or 11.6 per cent from the $59.2 million reported by 154 operators in Depreciation accrued to December 31, 1959, totalled $39.5 (as compared with $34.4 In 1958) leaving a net hok value of $26.6 million ($24.9 million in 1958). Operating revenues totalled $49.1 million (cornpared with $46.8 million in 1958); of this amount $40.3 million or 82.0 per cent was received from regular passenger intercity and rural services ($38.0 million in 1958) and the balance from urban and charter operations, freight and other transportation services. Operating expenses totalled $45.0 million ($43.0 million), 20.0 per cent (21.3 per cent) of which was spent on maintenance and garage.expenses; 25.0 per cent (24.3 per cent) on wages and bonuses to drivers and helpers; 9.9 per cent (10.6 per cent) on fuel, oil and other transportation expenses; 3.5 per cent (3.5 per cent) on insurance, safety expenses, claims, etc.; 10.3 per cent (9.7 per cent) on depreciation; 8.8 per cent (8.3 per cent) on operating taxes and licerices; and 22.5 per cent (22.3 per cent) on rents, administration and other operating expenses. The net operating revenue for 1959 was $4,186,218 as compared with $3,782,047 in 1958, an increase of $404,171 or 10.7 per cent. Traffic Revenue passengers carried numbered 65.5 million, a decline of 4.9 per cent from the 68.9 million carried in Of the 1959 total 53.8 million or 82.1 per cent (51.6 million or 74.9 per cent in 1958) were carried in regular passenger Intercity and rural service, 6.9 million or 10.6 per cent (12.6 million or 18.3 per cent) in city services and 4.8 million or 7.3 per cent (4.7 million or 6.8 per cent) in chartered services including school bus operations. The average revenue per passenger in reguar intercity and rural service was $0.75 as compared with $0.74 in Mileage, Equipment and Fuel Consumption Revenue vehicle miles rose to 95.4 million from 93,6 million in The number of buses operated at December 31 increased to 2,367 from 2,300 resulting in an average miles per vehicle of in 1959 as against 40,698 in The number of buses with gasoline engines reported in 1959 dropped 3,0 per cent to 1,389 from 1,432 in 1958 while the number with diesel engines rose by 12.7 per cent to 978 from 868 in Of the 687 buses which in 1959 had a seatiniz raparitv of 40 or more, 483 hail Ii tse 1 tic Pta p

6 DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS among the 148 which had a seating capacity of less than 20, only 8 were diesel driven. The breakdown of buses by model year shows that at the end of 1959, models of 1956 and later years numbered 731 and of these 511 had diesel engines and 467 had gasoline engines. Gasoline consumption in 1959totalled 7,039,500 gallons while 6,881,396 gallons of diesel oil were used. In 1958, 6,903,530 gallons of gasoline and 7,012,014 gallons of diesel oil were consumed. Employees, Salaries and Wages Total wages and salaries of $21.3 million were paid to 5,062 employees in 1959, compared with $20.3 million paid to 5,156 employees in 1958, an average of $4,214 per employee or 6,8 per cent over the 1958 average of $3,944. Salaries and wages amounted to 47.5 per cent (47.3 per cent in 1958) of the total operating expenses. Of the 5,062 eiployees, 2,573 or 50.8 per cent (2,596 or 50.3 per cent) were drivcr and aelpers while 929 or 18.4 per cent (997 or pr nt were repr as maintenance workers. Accidents Accidents in 1959 resulted in the deaths of 8 persons and injuries to 339, compared with 13 deaths and 609 injuries in 1958, while 577 accidents (263 in 1958) involved property damage of more than $100. Taxes Total taxes (excluding income tax) amounted to $3.9 million ($3.8 in 1958). Of this amount $881,454 or 22.4 per cent ($800,510 or 21.2 per cent) was gasoline fuel tax; $989,170 or 25.1 per cent ($971,837 or 25.7 per cent) was diesel fuel tax; and $870,942 or 22.1 per cent ($800,744 or 21.2 per cent) was paid for operating licenses. November 29, 1960.

7 E'SlN(lR Pt'S 'FA!Kll( i'..iif 1. Historical Summan, carriers reporting. No Total cost of property, vehicles, e $ 66,083,872 59, 213, , Depreciation reserve accrued to December31... $ 39,487,335 34,353,213 35, Value at December31... $ 26,596, ,411 22,807, 135 Operating revenues: Passenger revenue, regular and extra service... $ 41,259, , , 563,587 Passenger revenue, chartered service ,986, ,525 * Other transportation revenue... $ 3,905,752 3,444,717 6,687, 170 Total operating revenues , , 250, 757 Operating expe,mea: Maintenance and garage expenses... $ 8,979,538 9,172,354 10,078,321 Wages and bonuses of drivers and helpers... $ 11,246,010 10,470,104 9,808,732 Fuel, oil and other transportation expenses (excluding fuel tax)... $ 4,461,931 4,536,761 5,123,643 Insurance and safety expenses, claims. etc.... $ 1,556,982 1,500, 596 1,543,252 Depreciation... $ 4,615, Operating taxes and licences (including fuel tax)... $ ,569,911 3,571,718 Fi'nts, administration and other operating expenses ,580, ,565 total operating expeuees... $ 44, ,005,593 43,404,424 N iting revenue.... $ 4,186,218 3,782,047 3,846,333 Workingproprietors... No A'. 'rage number of employees... ' 5,062 5,158 5, , C'asollne... No. 21, ,389 1,432 1,350 Dese1... " Total... " 2, 36$ 2,300 2,115 Passengers cerrled: Ft'iuiar routes: :::-rcity and rural... " 53,801, ,248 54,447,010 :'art and suburban... " 6,910, , ,304,415 (' :red service (including school)... " 4,788, ,157 2,650,478 total passengers cartied... ' , ,963 Revenue vehkle miles: R'gular routes: l:"rcity and rural... " 86,694, , rhan and suburban... " 2,405,350 4,219,187 3,781,702,':.'red service (including school) " 6,291,288 6,066,251 5,702,492 I otal vehicle miles , , 605, ,388,539 included with "Other transportation revenue".

8 lx \il\1 \ BI.R F At ( )l S FA HST- IUS r.tblf 2. Summary, 1959 Canada Atlantic Quebec Ont.arw Manitoba Alberta Colunitrut Carriers reporting...no Property account: Total cost of property, vehlclea, etc...$ 66, ,400,227 22, 353,384 1,970,017 2,810,912 9,854,957 5,602,716 Depreciation reserve accrued to December 31, S 39, ,192, ,853,129 1,326, , ,860 Value at December 31, $ 26, 596, ,864,689 10, 500, ,717, 395 4,146, Operating revenues: Passenger revenues: Regular and extra service: Intercity and rural...$ , , ,547, ,378 1, , ,039,055 Urban and suburban...$ , , , ,177 Chartered service (including School)...$ 3,966, , ,274 1,948, , , Total passenger revenues ,225,890 2,878,000 13,111,431 13,654,692 1,519,588 1,408,793 9,275,630 3,377,756 Mall, baggage, express, newspapers, etc.... $ , , ,135 Other transportation revenues...$ , ,755 12, , ,952 Total operating revenues...$ 49,131,642 3, 146,683 13,690,158 14,259,621 1,651, ,386 10,625,395 3,967,843 Dperating expenses: Maintenance and garage expenses...$ 8,979, , , , , ,338, ,343 Wages and bonuses of drivers and helpers... $ 11,246, ,410,738 3,265, , ,191, Fuel, oil and other transportation expenses (excluding fuel tax)...$ , , , , , ,742 Insurance and safety expenses, claims, etc $ , , ,849 Depreciation...$ 4.615, ,548, , ,057 Operating taxes and licences (Including fuel tax)...$ 3,934, ,212 1,151,340 1,268, , , , ,645 Rents, administration and other operating expenses...$ 10, 151, ,037 2,391,315 2,823, , , ,088,908 Total operating expenses...$ 44,943,424 3,069,184 12, ,466,777 1,387,901 1,645,420 8,419, ,045 Jetopeentlugrevenpe...$ 4,186,218 87,499 1,042, ,844 63, ,966 2,205,703 Or, 151,296 rrarnc statistics: Passengers carried: Regular routes: Intercity and rural...no. 53, 807, 135 4,098, , 120, , ,019 2,948,457 4,846, 493 Urban and suburban..." 6,910,905 1,810, ,453 1,373,330 43, , ,508 Chartered service (Including school)..." 4,788, ,605 1,296,695 2,224, , ,484 Total passengers carried..." 65, 506, ,790 28,063,057 18,718,039 2,509, ,019 3,284,459 6,296,485 Revenue vehicle miles: Regular routes: Intercity and rural..." ,483 6,541, ,104,086 3,604,154 3,127,292 19,808,650 8,094,176 Urban and suburban..." 2,405, Chartered service (Including school)..." 6,297, , , , , Total vehicle miles..." 95,397,121 8,019,224 26,242,691 26,384,299 4,180,233 3,289,134 20,492,579 i, : 9i Fuel consumed: Gasoline...gal 7,039, , ,854 1,388, ,404 54, ,053 Dieseloil ,881, ,321 1,553,749 2,335, , ,820 1,999, ,193

9 Vl VIt R Ht I Ilml. 2. Suramar Con cul el Canada Atlantic Provinces Quebec Ontario Employees and compensat.aon Executive officers. Officeclerks... Drivers and helpers... Terminal supervisors and other terminal employees... Mechanics and maintenance... Otheremployees... Totals... Working proprietors... Average Salaries Average Salaries Average Salaries Average Salaries number and number and number and number and.:nployed wages employed wages employed wages employed wages $ $ $ $ , ,334, , ,130, ,021 2,573 11,244, , ,365, , , , ,525, , ,319, ,858, , , ,730 5,062 21, 329, ,261,666 1,399 6,492, 187 1,339 5,953, , Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta Jlritish Columbia Executive officers... Officeclerks... Driversand helpers... Terninal supervisors and other terminal employees... Mechanics and maintenance , , , , , , , ,191, ,143, , , , , , , , , ,299 Other employees... lutals , , ,844, %rking proprietors , , , ,104 Canada Quebec Ontario Manitoba Alberta. Revenue equipment 2 Buses - Model year: Gasoline: Priorto No '' '' " 6 l utals..." )1 e '.4 to '' " " Totals Int1 buses: 'rtr to " " " " '' 13,rand totals..." 2,367 Buses - Seating capacity: Gasoline: 19 and under " " " and over..." 204 Totals... " 1,369 I)iesel: 19andunder " and over..." 483 Totals Total buses: 19 and under '' , and over (rand totals..." 2,367 Taxes (excluding income taxes) fuel tax $ 881,454. tax $ toes (commercial, P.C.V.. etc.) $ 870,942..ther taxes 2...$ 1,194,924 Intaltaxes...1 3,936,490 Included with "Other employees". * Available at December 31, Includes seat mile taxes I I 2 - I I'? , , , ,533 53, , , ,269 18, , , ,352 20,911 18, , , ,016 18,093 36, ,660 46, , , 151, , ,

10 ill POMINII)N RI. RFAU OF STATISTICS T.lBLE 3. Operating Statistics 1959, Group I' Carriers Canada Province Quebec Ontario Manitoba Alberta British dollars Carriers reporting...no Property account: Land and land rights...3,489, , 119 2,034, , , ,557 Structures, garages, warehouses, offices, etc. 12,266, , 175 3,539, , ,291 2,814,864 1, 177, 167 Revenue equipment, buses, trucks, etc , 908, 743 2, , 984, , 624, 135 1, 147, 112 1,529,279 5, ,036, 307 Service cars and equipment , , ,261 5,355 61,475 56,256 43, 991 Shop and garage equipment...1,263, , ,943 45,553 67, , Furniture and office equipment , , , ,020 14,853 43, , ,425 Other operating property , ,085 85,994 32, , Total gross cost... 62,060,970 2,940, ,767,298 1,495, ,432 9,394,476 4,942,914 Depreciation reserve accrued to December 31, ,206, , ,506,530 1,019,162 1,092,621 5,384,554 3,399,350 ValueatDecember3l, ,854, ,730 6,032,112 10, ,119 1,713,811 4,009,922 1,543,564 Operating revenues Passenger revenues: Regular and extra service: Intercity and rural....37, 589, ,904 11,028,862 11, ,912 8, , Urban and suburban , , , Chartered service (including school) , , ,322 1,854, , , '?, 532 Totals ,085,370 2,683,199 12,017,559 13,106,179 1,207,071 1,403,412 8,993,938 2,674,012 Mail, baggage, express, newspapers, etc , , , , , , , 591 Othertransportationrevenues , , , , ,921 Total operating revenues , ,459,695 13,685,365 1,329,216 1,782,287 10,275,293 3,193,527 Operating expenses: Repairs to revenue and service equipment , , , , 354 Tires and tubes , , ,785 43,832 33, ,448 57,794 Other maintenance and garage expenses... 2, 192, 832 7, ,644 21, ,829 Wages and bonuses of drivers and helpers , ,828 3, , , 113, ,566 Fuel and oil for mottr vehicles (excluding fuel tax) , , , , ,491 Bridge, tunnel, ferry and road tolls , , ,180 19, 7 Other transportation expenses... 1,625,542 48, , , ,9 Station and terminal expenses... 3, ,662 69, , ,267 26, 802 Traffic solicitation and advertising... 1,048, , ,378 29, , ,864 Insurance and safety expenses, claims. etc 1,383,755 Administration and general expenses , , ,310 66, ,824 70, ,090 1, ,271, , , ,838 Depreciation , ,311 1,405,068 1,458, , , , ,314 Operating taxes and licences (including fuel tax) , ,048,744 1,222,321 84, , , ,492' Rents , ,669 Dr. 137, 951 Dr. 9,707 22,411 1, ,192 83,400 Other operating expenses , ,045 11,016 20,779 28, ,420 Total operating expenses... 41,756,892 2,895,649 11,498,805 12,954,434 1,289,894 1,641,018 8, ,357,100 Income account: Net operating revenue , , , , , 301 Dr. 163,573 Income from other sources... 1, 325, 237 6, ,893 4,493 6, ,145 Gross income ,246, ,824 43, ,594 3,010, 041 Dr. 116,428 Interest and other deductions , , ,447 Net income bela'e Income taxes... 4,492,270 17,687 1,004, , ,094 2, Dr. 154,875 Income taxes , , , ,720 7, ,717 Net Income iranferred to earned siffplus 2,818,791 12, , , ,094 1,825,502 Dr. 163,592 Firms having annual operating revenues of $100,000 or more. 1 Included with repairs to revenue and service equipment. Included in other operating expenses. Includes property taxes.

11 I'ASSENGFR RIS SrATISr1s I %HI,F 4. Operating Statistics, 1959, Group II' Carriers Carriers reporting...no. Canada I Atlantic Saskat- I British Provinces I Quebec Ontario Maaitoba chewan Alberta dollars Property áccouil Total cost of property, vehicles, etc Depreciation reserve accrued to December 31, 1959 Value at December ,271,835 12,000 1,298,957 1,952,366 1,319, , , , , , , , , , , ,410 Operating revenues: Passenger revenues: Regular and extra service: Intercity and rural... Urban and suburban... Chartered service (including school)... Totals... Mall. baggage, express, newspapers. etc.... Other transportation revenues... Total operating revenues... 2, , ,857 7, , ,844-2,795,463 23, , , , , , ,067 85,097 48, , , , , , ,557 29, , ,793 26, , , , , ,683 - Operating expenses: Maintenance and garage expenses... Wages and bonuses of drivers and helpers... Fuel, oil and other transportation expenses (excluding fueltax)... Insurance and safety expenses, claims. etc.... Depreciation... Operating taxe8 and licences (including fuel tax)... Rents, administration and other operating expenses... Total operating expenses ,220 5, , ,522 4, ,050 1, ,884 4, ,307-2,598, ,458 86,610 46, , ,086 72, , ,468 45,618 50, , , , ,313 49, , , ,518 56, ,450 10,098 25,857 18,173 54,085 22, ' ,855 I 684,878.ct operating revenue ,435 Dr ,596 L Frn1a having annual operating revenues of to ftludes property taxes. $100,000. TABLE 5. OperatIng Statistics. 1959, Group 1112 Carriers CanaIa Atlantic Quebec Ontario M5nitoba Alberta Columbia Corners reporting...no Property accowit: dol1rs 1 tal cost of property, vehicles. etc , , ,868 79, , )epreciation reserve accrued to December ,025 65, ,335 31, , Value at December ,042 73, , ,882 Operating revenues: Passenger revenues: Regular and extra service: Intercity and rural Urban and suburban Chartered service (including school) ,330 19,885 9,453 1, Totals , , ,958 9,727 5, Mali. haggage. express, newspapers, etc , 261 6,654 8, Otter transportation revenues... 10, Total operating revenues....6, [18, , , Operating expenses: Maintenance end garage expenses , ,469 65,992 13,353 1, ,224 18,225 Wages and bonuses of drivers and helpers ,663 28,167 49,577 7,661 3, Fuel, oil and other transportation expenses (excluding fuel tax) , , Insurance and safety expenses, claims. etc...40, D"preciation , Ot crating taxes and licences (including fuel tax) ,780' Rnts, administration and other operating expenses , ,334 8,900 Total operating expenses , , , ,489 4,402 23,845 77,067 operating revenue... 75, ,917 12,027 18, ,697 Dr ,566 Firms having annual operating revenues of $6,000 to $20,000. Includes property taxes.

12 12 DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS Canada TABLE 6. Traffic Statisilcs, 1959 I Atlantic I I Sasicat Provinces Quebec Ontario Manitoba chewan Alberta 14 British Columbia Group I (over $ ) Passengers carried: Regular routes: Intercity and rural...no. 47,867, , ,310,785 1,874, ,804 2,549,328 3,395,671 Urban and suburban..." 8,847,722 1,810,431 2,886,453 1,373, , ,508 Chartered service (including school) " 3,281,466 39, ,536 1,971,535 76, , ,301 Total passengers canted..." 57, ,134,242 18, 655, , ,173,480 Revenue vehicle miles: Regular routes: Intercity and rural..." 78,675,417 5,794, 6Q ,476 21, 837, 325 2,939,257 3,101, ,108,684 4,375, 960 Urban and suburban... 2,330,254 1,144, , , ,383 Chartered service (Including school) 5,602, ,384 1,155,509 2,720, , , ,501 Total vehicle miles... 88, , ,130,897 24,992,951 3,355,849 3,281,950 19,788, ,844 Fuel consumed: Gasoline...gal , , ,194, ,640 51, , ,682 Diesel oil... 6,818, ,034 1,535,503 2,322, , ,820 1,983, ,408 Group U ($20,000 to $100,000) Passengers carried: Regular routes: Intercity and rural......no 4,968, 144 Urban and suburban..." 63,183 Chartered service (Including school) " 1,222,370 Tot&I passengers carried 6,253,697 Revenue vehicle miles: Regular routes: Intercity and rural... 5,521,174 Urban and suburban 75,096 Chartered service (including school) " 551,654 Total vehicle miles..." 6,147, OD 1,162,459 1,683, ,992-20,000-43, , , ,000 1,462,858 1,915, , ,716,767 1,009, ,887-25, , ,871 86, ,501 65,000 1,886,188 1,095, , ,922 1,261, , ,835 1,915, ,788 1,415,8-21, ,4F7-680,579 1,607,356 Fuel consumed: Gasoline... gal. 1, Diesel oil " 52,273 10, , , , , ,195-17,446 12, ,683 5,400 Group III ($6,000 to $20,000) Passengers carried: Regular routes: Intercity and rural...no. 971, ,197 Urban and suburban... " Chartered service (including school) " 284, ,600 94,760 Total passengers canted..." 1.255, , ,957 Revenue vehicle miles: Regular routes: Intercity and rural..." 2.497, , Urban and suburban...' Chartered service (including school) " 142, Total vehicle miles..." 2,640, ,638 1,225,606 Fuel conswned: Gasoline gal. 305,716 72, Diesel oil..." 10,472 6, ,568 18,850 3, ,294 20,083 10, , ,649 29,250 3,215 14, , ,898 10,010 26,184 43, ,347 38,583 1, , ,481 11,450 26,184 43,5" 40, ,

13 '.\SS} \(,i 1< U! '. Sl\i I.II( " Im P T IRI.E. 7. Eniplovees and ('ompeitsation, 199 Group I (over $100,000) Canada Atlantic Provinces Quebec Ontario Average Salaries Average Salaries Average Salaries Average Salaries number and number and number and number and employed wages employed wages employed wages employed wages $ $ $ $ Fxecutive officers , ,331 Officeclerks , ,116, ,411 Drivers and helpers...2, , , ,175, ,135,578 Terminal supervisors and other terminal employees , , Mechanics and maintenance ,393, , Other employees , , ,330 Totals... 4, ,902 1,472 6,146, ,775,758 Working proprietors , ,200 I Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Fxecutive officers , , , Office clerks , , , Drivers and helpers , ,566 Terminal supervisors and other terminal employees , ,258 Mechanics and maintenance , , Other employees , ,816 Totals , , , ,009,513 Working proprietors Group II ( to 8100,000) Canada Atlantic Provinces Quebec Ontario. xecutive officers , ,237 Office clerks , ,535 Drivers and helpers , , , l'ermins.l supervisors and other terminal employees \lechanics and maintenance , , 4 85 Lher employees , ,400 Totals , , ,742 Working proprietors , ,055 Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta Bfit1b Columbia xecutive officers , , ,674 If ice clerks , , l)rivers and helpers , , ,168 l'erminal supervisors and other terminal employees L * Mechanics and maintenance , Oher employees , ,763 Totals s8,gie , ,317 Working proprietors , ij Groig IU ($6,000 to $20,000) ,921 Canada Atlantic Province8 Quebec Ontario Ixecutive officers , Office clerks , Drivers and helpers , ,861 Terminal supervisors and other terminal employees Mechanics and maintenance , , Other employees Totals , , , Working proprietors , , Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia 1 xecutive officers officeclerks., ,437 D rivers and helpers , , Trrn1nal supervisors and other terminal employees Mechanics and maintenance Oheremployees Totals...3 3, , ,192 rkthg proprietors , Included with other employees.

14 14 il\f(\ H1R1;.i OF STATIS'li(c I IBLL 8. Revenue Equipment Available for Service at Close of 1959 Group I (over $100000) Canadat - Quebec Ontario Manitoba Alberta number Buses - Model year: Gasoline: Prior to Totals Diesel: Prior to Totali Total buses; prior to Grand totals... 1, Buses - Seating capacity: Gasoline: 19 and under... ' and over Totals Diesel: 19andunder and over Totals... Total buses: 19 and under and over Grand total.... 1, Includes 8 leased gasoline buses in British Columbia.

15 PASSFNG FH IllS STATISTICS 1" j, 1 iti.i: S. Revenue I;qutpment vaiiabie for Service at Close of ContInued Group II ($20000 to $100,000) -- Canada 1 1eCS Quebec 2 Ontario Manitoba Alberta British number [ Buses Model year: Gasoline: Prior to ii ' T otals Diesel: Prior to Totals lotti buses: Prior to : :0) I - - (.rand total., atifla c.tpac IL (.asoflne: 19andunder and over Totals DIesel: ) 19 and under and over I - Totals Total buses 19 and under ) and over (rand totals I Includes 3 leased gasoline buses In Quebec.

16 lominl(l'. P1 HEAt (j TATIST1( ' TABLE 8. Revenue Equipment AaiIab1e for Service at Close of Concluded Group III ($6,000 to $20,000) Canada j Quebec Ontario Manitoba 1 number Alberta British Buses - Model year: Gasoline Prior to Totals... Diesel: Prior to Totals... Total buses: Prior to Grand totals Bases - Seating capacity: Gasoline: 19 end under and over Totals... Diesel: 19 and under andover Totals... Total buses: 19 and under and over Gr*nd totals

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