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January 25, 2010

N.C.'s High Point U. hires new transportation director

Walter Gibson takes great pride in his role overseeing all of the transportation that HPU provides.


April 28, 2009

N.J. Transit to forgo fare increase

Agency will balance its budget by cutting administrative expenses by $22.5 million to partly offset the shortfall, as well as benefit from federal funds made available from the Department of Transportation.


April 14, 2009

Obama nominates Porcari for DOT dep. secretary

In his current position as Secretary of the Maryland DOT, Porcari is responsible for motor vehicle registration and the highway, transit, aviation and maritime modes of the state's transportation system.


February 4, 2009

Sec. LaHood creates DOT economic recovery team

The team will identify and prioritize key highway, bridge, transit, rail, aviation and intermodal spending.


December 19, 2008

LaHood tapped to head Department of Transportation

He is retiring from the U.S. Congress after serving seven terms representing the 18th District of Illinois. He served on the House Appropriations Committee.


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