CFIT

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AcronymDefinition
CFITControlled Flight into Terrain
CFITCommission for Integrated Transport (UK)
CFITCentre for Inclusive Technology (est. 2005; National Council for the Blind of Ireland)
CFITCertified Fire Investigation Technician (International Assoication of Arson Investigators)
CFITCoalition for ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) Transparency
CFITCommission on the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition (Christian monks)
CFITCenter for Instructional Technology (Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania; Slippery Rock, PA)
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Professor David Begg, a professor at Plymouth University and former chair of the Government's Commission for Integrated Transport, claimed bus journey times are increasing by 10% a decade.
Other quangos due for the chop include the Commission for Rural Communities, the Commission for Integrated Transport, the School Food Trust and the Sustainable Development Commission.
These are not my words but those of the UK's Commission for Integrated Transport.
The call came from the Commission for Integrated Transport and the Motorists' Forum.
The Commission for Integrated Transport and the Motorists' Forum, which both advise the Government, are calling on ministers to promote a wide introduction of speed limiters.
Trucks and vans should also have the automatic devices to slash fuel bills, according to the Commission for Integrated Transport.
The Commission for Integrated Transport (CfIT) said there would be real benefits in the voluntary introduction of intelligent speed adaption (ISA).
The idea comes from a new report from the Commission for Integrated Transport, which advises the Government on transport policy, and would see company cars fitted with under-the-bonnet devices that block acceleration and gently apply the brakes, preventing drivers from breaking speed limits.
The breakfast meeting had earlier heard Garrett Emmerson of the Commission for Integrated Transport outline the work of the organisation.
Within the UK, we see how bodies such as the Sustainable Development Commission and the Commission for Integrated Transport have been valuable inside-track advisors--prodding, pushing and encouraging where it is appropriate.
Under the proposals from the Commission for Integrated Transport, charges for using roads would vary according to location and time of day.
2 Transport: The Commission for Integrated Transport calls on the Government and the Strategic Rail Authority to plan for a network of high-speed railway lines across the UK.
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