Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)

Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)
(1887–1995) First regulatory agency established in the U.S. and a prototype for independent government regulatory bodies.

An agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, it was responsible for the economic regulation of interstate surface transportation, including railroads, trucking companies, and buslines. It certified carriers, regulated rates, oversaw mergers, and approved railroad construction. The ICC was dissolved in 1995.

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