Management & Operations

Feds Set Up On-Line Payment for Some DOT Services

Posted on February 7, 2000

The U.S. Department of Transportation has implemented a Website called, "Do It Yourself." This DIY website allows DOT customers to fill out various forms on-line and to pay immediately with use of a credit card. The URL is diy.dot.gov The Website is accessible 24 hours a day. DOT set it up to eliminate errors due to multiple data handling, speed payment processing and product or service delivery and avoid forms and checks from being misplaced, stolen, etc. Here’s what can be paid for through this site now: Office of Motor Carriers: Motor carrier registration fees Fines Insurance certificate payments Research and Special Projects Administration/Office of Pipeline Safety: Civil penalties Pipeline assessments FOIA charges Research and Special Projects Administration/Office of Hazardous Materials Safety: Civil penalties FOIA charges All others below are scheduled to be operational within the next few weeks: Federal Railroad Administration: Safety violations Hazmat violations FOIA charges Transportation Administrative Service Center: Training costs Phones Transit benefits * Parking sites Federal Aviation Administration: Aircraft registrations Airman files FOIA charges Research and Special Projects Administration/Office of Hazardous Materials Safety: Training/outreach registration charges Maritime Administration: Data sales Medals -- WWII Merchant Marine FOIA charges National Highway Institute: Course registration charges U.S. Coast Guard: Overpayments Transportation Safety Institute: Course registration charges National Highway Transportation Safety Administration: Data sales FOIA charges If you have any questions concerning the overall "DIY" site, contact Bob Kingan at (202) 366-0269, Len Bechtel at (202) 366-0928 or Tami Bernhardt at (202) 366-5628.

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