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U.S. Department of Transportation

Establishes national transportation policy, including highway planning, and supervises programs for urban mass transit; railroads; aviation; and the safety of waterways, ports, highways, and pipelines. Administers the Transportation Act of 1966, which protects historic sites from being adversely affected by transportation projects.
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In 2011, the Nevada Department of Transportation resurfaced Interstate 15 using pavement made from approximately 20 percent ground, recycled rubber tires.
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As a result of their innovative use of technology to change the way construction tasks are performed, the Michigan Department of Transportation, Info Tech Inc.
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill designated Undersecretary for Domestic Finance Peter Fisher to serve in his place as a board member, and Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Norman Mineta designated DOT General Counsel Kirk Van Tine to serve in his place as a board member.
The coalition wrote a grant through the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) accessing matching federal funds to purchase a vehicle.
If you want to do more, register a complaint with the Department of Transportation (DOT).
They may be transferred to the Department of Transportation and Public Works, or the Metropolitan Bus Authority, both of which receive Federal funds from the U.S.
Environmental specialists at the state's Department of Transportation (DOT) are tired of their trees disappearing - particularly during November and December - so they're counterattacking.
Lan December, the Department of Transportation's Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) discovered that despite the fact that military bombs being carried aboard a Union Pacific train had broken through their containers and were protruding onto the floor of a flat car, the company had allowed the train to travel from Oklahoma to California through several major terminals without taking any corrective action.
In general, purchasing agencies, such as state department of transportation purchasing agents, are usually concerned with performance testing.
Page, state bituminous materials engineer for the Florida Department of Transportation in Gainesville.

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