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U.S. DOT awards over $6 million for accessibility research

Government Issues| September 18, 2017

Agency reviewed a total of 34 proposals and granted the awards in three application technology areas.

U.S. Senate confirms Rosen as Dep. Sec. USDOT

Government Issues| May 18, 2017

He has extensive experience in the transportation sector, serving previously as General Counsel at both the DOT and the Office of Management and Budget.

Accessibility| April 13, 2017

Step by Step: Designing and Building Accessible Bus Stops

Conducting an assessment of your existing stops, identifying needed improvements, designing a consistent look-and-feel for your system of stops and shelters, budgeting, and developing an implementation plan are other important steps in the process toward more accessible public transportation.

Sustainability| January 13, 2017

U.S.-China zero emissions 'race' unveils guidelines

The friendly competition between the two countries encourages transit providers to deploy a new generation of non-polluting buses.

Government Issues| January 12, 2017

Transportation Secretary nominee cruises through hearing, offers few solutions

Elaine Chao promised to look at creative ways to attract funding for the $1 trillion infrastructure investment that the president-elect campaigned on, but was careful to avoid mentioning any specific financial figures.

Government Issues| November 29, 2016

Elaine L. Chao top pick for Secretary of Transportation

As Secretary of Labor, she was the only official in Bush’s cabinet to serve with him for all eight years.

Government Issues| August 25, 2015

Report IDs employment 'hot spots' in transportation sector

It also identifies good-paying, high-demand transportation jobs and analyzes the patterns in the education and work experience required for entry, including on-the-job training requirements for new entrants to gain full competency.

Security and Safety | September 25, 2014

For Transit Operators: Facts About Epilepsy and Seizures

Approximately one in 26 Americans will develop epilepsy at some point in their lives, and as a result, may not be able to drive.
Government Issues| May 20, 2014

TIGER grant applications total $9.5B

Altogether, the U.S. DOT received 797 eligible applications, compared to 585 in 2013, from 49 states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia.
Bus| May 13, 2014

33 University Transportation Centers receive $62M

Work with regional, state, and local transportation agencies to help find solutions to challenges that directly impact their communities.

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