Topic : U.S. DOT

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USDOT announces nearly $50M to improve access, mobility

Accessibility| October 31, 2019

The new programs will look to develop and deploy innovations in technology and further interagency partnerships to improve mobility.

Sleep apnea study of truckers could impact motorcoach industry

Motorcoach| October 28, 2019

The U. of Minnesota Morris found a trucking firm that mandated treatment for its drivers with the condition saved significantly on non-OSA-program medical insurance costs.

Government Issues| October 14, 2019

U.S. DOT announces major initiative to support rural transportation needs

Will address the challenges by assisting stakeholders in understanding how to access grants and financing products and developing data-driven approaches to solve issues.

Government Issues| September 19, 2019

USDOT names winners of automated driving demo grants

Grants aim to gather safety data to inform rulemaking and foster collaboration amongst state and local government, private partners.

Rail| September 17, 2019

NJ TRANSIT submits revised financial plan for Portal North Bridge Project

The moves comes after feedback from FTA and U.S. DOT on a previous submission, making more local money available for the project while keeping costs in check. 

Rail| August 16, 2019

FRA makes $244M available for rail funding

The FY19 NOFO will fund projects that increase rail transportation safety, efficiency, and reliability.

Security and Safety | July 18, 2019

FMCSA permanently bans commercial drivers convicted of human trafficking

The new rule revises the list of offenses permanently disqualifying individuals from operating a commercial motor vehicle.

Government Issues| July 16, 2019

APTA chief calls for streamlining, expediting capital investment grants

With current and future projects seeking $27 billion in funds, Congress urged to provide funding at or above FY2019 levels.

University| June 5, 2019

2 new national University Transportation Centers land $15M

The University of South Florida will focus on “Congestion Relief” and Washington State University will focus on “Improving the Durability and Extending the Life of Transportation Infrastructure."

Technology| May 23, 2019

Gainesville taps Siemens Mobility for connected vehicle deployment

The project will take place along the four-road area surrounding the University of Florida, descriptively called “the Trapezium.”

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