. Madagascar (11), Contents The main source of income for railway companies is from ticket revenue (for passenger transport) and shipment fees for cargo Discounts and monthly passes are sometimes available for frequent travellers (e.g season ticket and rail pass) Freight revenue may be sold per container slot or for a whole train Sometimes the shipper owns the cars and only rents the haulage for passenger transport advertisement income can be significant; . In addition the presence of track guiding the wheels allows for very long trains to be pulled by one or a few engines and driven by a single operator even around curves which allows for economies of scale in both manpower and energy use; by contrast in road transport more than two articulations causes fishtailing and makes the vehicle unsafe.
Georgia 403.svg State Route 403 (unsigned designation for I-85) 14 See also 6.4 Music Among mammals the eastern gray squirrel is by far the most ubiquitous stealing birdseed from the bird feeders which many locals maintain Chipmunks and small brown rabbits are common but it is relatively rare to hear of them doing any damage Opossum raccoons foxes and now coyotes and armadillos are frequently seen Garden and meadow snakes are common; three venomous snakes (Eastern diamondback rattlesnake Water Moccasin and Copperhead) are indigenous but reports of bites are rare Many types of frogs including tree frogs and bullfrogs are easily heard in early summer as are cicadas in July and August Black bears occasionally wander down from the mountains and white-tailed deer are abundant; overpopulated in some areas Homeowners in the outer suburbs are prone to landscaping damage due to scavenging deer. . . 53 147 Joseph H Boardman replaced Kummant as President and CEO in late 2008.