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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 99-377


Service of Notice of Motor Carrier Applications

[29 Pa.B. 1282]

   The following temporary authority and/or permanent authority applications for the right to render service as a common carrier or contract carrier in this Commonwealth have been filed with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. Publication of this notice shall be considered as sufficient notice to all carriers holding authority from this Commission. Applications will be considered without hearing in the absence of protests to the application. Protests to the applications published herein are due on or before March 29, 1999, as set forth at 52 Pa. Code § 3.381 (relating to applications for transportation of property and persons). The protest shall also indicate whether it applies to the temporary authority application or the permanent application or both.

   Applications of the following for amendment to the certificate of public convenience approving the operation of motor vehicles as common carriers for transportation of persons as described under each application.

   A-00114310, F. 1, Am-A. Beninati Transport Corporation (220 Hemlock Road, Trafford, Westmoreland County, PA 15085), a corporation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania--persons in limousine service, between points in the counties of Armstrong, Washington and Fayette, and from points in said counties, to points in the counties of Allegheny and Somerset, and the borough of Murrysville, Westmoreland County, and return: So as to permit the transportation of persons in limousine service, between points in the counties of Westmoreland, Butler, Armstrong and Indiana, and from points in the said counties and the county of Allegheny, to points in Pennsylvania, and return.


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 99-377. Filed for public inspection March 5, 1999, 9:00 a.m.]

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