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Secretary of Transportation

The head of the U.S. federal government department that oversees aviation, federal highways, shipping, and railroads. He or she is appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.
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Recently, Norman Mineta, US Secretary of Transportation, remarked: "Demands on our aviation system are increasing at a dizzying pace ...
The US Secretary of Transportation has been invited to participate.
While Jacques Barrot made quite clear shortly before his meeting with US Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta that he sees "no alternative to the conclusion of an agreement", the tone is much more prudent across the pond.
Mr Carty and Rod Eddington, chief executive of British Airways, are due to meet to meet Norman Mineta, US Secretary of Transportation in Washington on Monday in what is described as a ''courtesy call'.
The second grant to DFW Airport is for USD2m and was announced on 8 April by US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood.
Ray LaHood (R-Ill.) as the next US Secretary of Transportation, according to multiple news reports.
The US Secretary of Transportation, Rodney Slater, announced recently in Washington the next step in fulfilling President Bill Clinton's Safe Skies Initiative for Africa by inviting eight countries from sub-Saharan Africa to participate in the initiative.
The US Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, has announced that Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport will be receiving the first funding allocations for airport infrastructure projects under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
According to the US Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, the initial phase will see the capacity of the airport increased by 18% when completed in 2010.
The grants, from the Airport Improvement Programme of the US Federal Aviation Administration, were announced yesterday (30 September) by the US Secretary of Transportation, Norman Y.
The US Secretary of Transportation has announced USD23m in federal grants for Oregon airports.
The union asked the US Secretary of Transportation, Norman Y.
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