Reorganize DOT, Says Policy Group

Journal of Commerce

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

“The latest call for a shakeup at DOT comes from the Bipartisan Policy Center’s National Transportation Policy Project, a group led by former members of Congress that includes shipper and carrier representatives as well as government and foundation officials.

“‘The U.S. DOT should be reorganized and more closely linked with other federal agencies’ to reflect federal economic, energy and environmental goals, the NTPP said in its final report on U.S. transportation policy, released June 9 in Washington.”

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