October 22, 1965 memo from Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation Alan Boyd to White House domestic policy chief Joseph Califano, Jr. The memo transmits two papers dealing with transportation organization that Califano had requested at a September 25 meeting – a 19-page paper recommending which existing agencies and programs should and should not be included in a new Department of Transportation, and a 12-page paper examining a proposal to consolidate the existing transportation regulatory agencies (the Interstate Commerce Commission, Civil Aeronautics Board, and Federal Maritime Commission) into one transportation economic regulatory authority.