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U.S. Department of Transportation

A department in the United States that oversees aviation, federal highways, shipping and railroads. It began operations in 1967.
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Caption: The Washington State Department of Transportation used a drone to capture video footage for this up-close view of a slope on State Route 503 that requires stabilization.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) estimates that by July of this year, an array of more than 400 solar panels will provide 70 percent of the electricity used at its new Turnpike retail facility at the Turkey Lake Service Plaza.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has a new shingles recycling specification that was originally released in early 2005.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), with approximately 4,500 employees, provides a safe and efficient transportation system for a population of approximately 3.6 million Oregonians.
The Washington Times said the Department of Transportation is expected to reach a decision on the proposal by the end of the month.
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
The United States Coast Guard transferred from the Department of Transportation into the newly created Department of Homeland Security in March 2003.
"This has been the most successful software development I've seen in my career," said Doug Couto, agency services information officer of Michigan Department of Transportation, DMB, Civil Service, Civil Rights and Department of Information Technology.
Formal complaints against airlines with the Department Of Transportation (DOT) should be sent to the Aviation Consumer Protection Division, U.S.
This task order has been awarded under the Department of Transportation's Information Technology Omnibus Procurement (ITOP II) contract.
The contract, awarded by the Virginia Department of Transportation, comprises a 1.5 mile road and bridge project which is to redirect traffic away from an historic part of Portsmouth.
Department of Transportation, maintains a current force of 76 standby ships.

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