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Posts tagged as: DOT

MCI Service Centers offers free Federal DOT Inspections through June 5

ith a commitment to highway safety, MCI Service Centers will be offering free Federal DOT inspections from now until June 5.

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DOT reminds drivers that physicals must now be performed by certified medical examiners

National registry will improve safety for travelers, health of commercial drivers.

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FMCSA’s Operation Quick Strike removed 52 bus companies from the road

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s FMCSA announced today that 52 bus companies and 340 vehicles were put out of business and removed from the road as a result of Operation Quick Strike.

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FMCSA teams with Transport Canada, others, on driver fatigue management tool

FMCSA Administrator Anne S. Ferro and Lisa Raitt, Canada’s minister of Transport, today announced the launch of the North American Fatigue Management Program.

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FMCSA’s Hours-of-Service regulations take full effect July 1; motorcoach rules unchanged

Any motorcoach company that operates across state lines will be bound by these rules.

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FMCSA orders shutdown of Salt Lake Shuttles, LLC

The FMCSA has ordered Kearns, Utah-based passenger carrier Salt Lake Shuttles, LLC, to immediately cease all operations.

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APTA statement on selection of Anthony Foxx for secretary of transportation

On behalf of the 1,500 members of APTA, I applaud President Obama’s selection of Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and look forward to working with him to advance public transportation nationwide.”

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President to nominate Charlotte Mayor Foxx to lead DOT

A source has confirmed to NBC that President Barack Obama is planning to nominate Anthony Foxx, mayor of Charlotte, NC, to replace Ray LaHood as secretary of transportation.

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$390 million to transit agencies recovering from Hurricane Sandy

Ray LaHood yesterday announced the allocation of nearly $390 million in Disaster Relief Appropriations Act funds to reimburse the New York MTA and PATH.

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FMCSA shuts down Fung Wah Bus Transportation

The FMCSA last week shut down Boston-based Fung Wah Bus Transportation using new authorities given to FMCSA under MAP-21.

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