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The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the European Commission (EC) will demonstrate this activity at the 19th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress 2012 in Vienna, Austria, Oct.
JetBlue said it was granted a pair of beyond-perimeter slot exemptions from the United States Department of Transportation to launch this new long-distance flight in May.
The United States Department of Transportation announced that it had signed an agreement with Mexico that resolves a dispute over long-haul, cross-boarder trucking between the two countries.
More than 250 applications for HSR funding were received by the United States Department of Transportation. California is set to receive the largest amount- $2.3 billion- to begin work on an 800-mile-long, high-speed rail line tying Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay area to Los Angeles and San Diego.
non-US airlines operating to and from the United States pursuant to a foreign air carrier permit issued by the United States Department of Transportation).
Able UK has now announced it has renegotiated its contract with the United States Department of Transportation Maritime Administration for the recycling of vessels from the US Reserve Fleet at the company's TERRC (Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling Centre) facility at Graythorp.
** Combined Dangerous Goods List (cDGL) -- Combines dangerous goods entries from the United States Department of Transportation, A.I.R.
ZAP announced that a petition for import eligibility has been granted by the United States Department of Transportation for the 2005 Model Year "Smart Car Fortwo Coupe & Cabriolet."
United States Department of Transportation (April 1998), Domestic Airline Fares Consumer Report, Fifth Report, Washington, D.C.: GPO.
Since 1996, Alaska, along with Hawaii, are the two points in the United States where foreign carriers can reconfigure their cargo, according to the United States Department of Transportation. That, coupled with the newly opened U.S.-to-China landing slots, puts Anchorage in the unique position of having the potential to become the top air cargo hub in North America.
The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) is responsible for protecting against the risks to life and property when hazardous materials are transported in commerce (National Governors' Association, page 1).
In the past year the two companies developed a close working relationship, collaborating on the $145 million financing of the United States Department of Transportation Building in Washington, D.C.
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