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Department of Transportation (DOT)

a cabinet-level department of the U.S. government responsible for national transportation policies, including maritime, aviation, railroad, and highway safety and regulation of the transport of hazardous materials, such as medical gases.
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Cecil Jones, a materials engineer for the North Carolina Department of Transportation and also chair of the American Association of State Highway Transportation Official's (AASHTO) task force on recycled materials, also addressed attendees of the same ConExpo session.
This competitively-awarded agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation is an expansion of our business model and can serve as an example for other state and local agencies," said David L.
The office in which ATSAC and the Department of Transportation lease space is in the 13th Council District, which has been an open seat since Jackie Goldberg successfully ran for the state Assembly in November.
SOURCE: California Department of Transportation and the California Highway Patrol
But officials in the Department of Transportation said there weren't enough cars traveling down the cross street, Eton Avenue, to justify a normal traffic signal.
Improving safety for drivers and passengers on Texas roads is one of my top priorities, so I am proud to support the innovative efforts of the Texas Department of Transportation," said Texas State Representative Tony Goolsby.
Despite Feuer's urgent request in July, Department of Transportation engineers oppose a crosswalk east of Vesper Avenue because they say it would slow down cars.
Douglas Saathoff, Nighthawk's CEO, stated, "I am very pleased to receive the additional orders for the benefit of the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Most of the freeway's northbound traffic that now uses the Ventura Boulevard exit will be directed by signs to the Vineland Avenue off-ramp, according to plans prepared by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Los Angeles Department of Transportation, officials said this week.
Bentley Systems, Incorporated today announced that the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is celebrating the successful deployment of Bentley's Advanced Routing and Permitting System (ARPS).
But a Los Angeles Department of Transportation official helping to establish a Valley zone, which would take over 27 MTA bus routes, offered a mixed reaction to some of the new guidelines the MTA staff is proposing.
SiteScape(R) today announced that the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) selected SiteScape Forum for their Electronic Document Management System-Project Collaboration Web Sites (EDMS Web).

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