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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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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.
Norm Mineta, US Secretary of Transportation, appearing at the Opening Session, Friday 10:30 a.
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.
Before joining ComEd, Skinner was Chief of Staff to President George Bush and prior to that, the US Secretary of Transportation.
The union asked the US Secretary of Transportation, Norman Y.
US Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta has told the New York Times that the proposed USD4.
Norman Mineta, the US Secretary of Transportation, has stated that air traffic controllers (ATCs) should be allowing pilots to fly around storms in order to reduce congestion.
The idea is supported by US Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, who has suggested that the higher charges could help distribute air traffic more evenly throughout the day and reduce congestion at US airports.
Meanwhile, the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) has released a copy of letters sent to Loyola de Palacio, Vice President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Transport, and Norman Mineta, the new US Secretary of Transportation.
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