121 A well-functioning transportation system is critical to the Nation's prosperity. Whether it is by road, transit, aviation, rail, or waterway, we rely on our transportation system to move people and goods safely, facilitate commerce, attract and retain businesses, and support jobs.
Transportation, Department of (69 O.S. § 4002) Agency Code 345 (IA) .A. Ward Transportation Building, 200 NE 21 Street, Oklahoma City 73105R405/522–8000, FAX 405/521–2524 www.okl
109 The Department of Transportation (DOT) is focused on its core mission of promoting safety and increasing mobility, and supporting the development of infrastructure that will underpin job creation for years to come.
49 CFR 172 Hazardous Materials Tables, Communication Requirements,and Emergency Response Information Department of Transportation
At the U.S. Department of Transportation, our fundamental mission is to help Americans move safely from one place to another. Accidents can happen in the blink of an eye.
iii Preface The text included in Specification Sections 148, 149, and 151 through 940 is written in the imperative mood (sentences often begin with commands).
4096 Federal Register /Vol. 62, No. 18/Tuesday, January 28, 1997/Proposed Rules DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Highway Administration 49 CFR Part 373 [FHWA Docket No. MC-96-43] RIN 2125-AE00 General Jurisdiction Over Freight Forwarder Service AGENCY: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), DOT.
1 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION [4910-EX-P] Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2011-0146] Regulatory Guidance: Applicability of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety
- 1 - STATE OF CALIFORNIA-BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY California Test 121 March 2000 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING SERVICE CENTER Transportation Laboratory 5900 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, California 95819-4612 ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF NUCLEAR GAGES CAUTION ...
499 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) logo, an eagle within a circular background part of which is a five-cogged wheel, represents three things: transportation, communications, and the ultimate goal of the Department.