Interstate-commerce-commission



noun, U.S. Government.
1.
a board, consisting of seven members, that supervises and regulates all carriers, except airplanes, engaged in interstate commerce.
Abbreviation: I.C.C., ICC.
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)

A federal agency that monitors the business operations of carriers transporting goods and people between states. Its jurisdiction includes railroads, ships, trucks, buses, oil pipelines, and their terminal facilities.

Note: The ICC was established in 1887 as the first federal agency.

Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)

A federal agency for regulating commerce that takes place in more than one state. One of its most familiar activities is regulation of trucking.

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