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US guidelines on self-driving cars get good reception at G-7

TOKYO (AP) — U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Sunday that his counterparts in the Group of Seven nations welcomed U.S. guidelines on regulating self-driving cars and have agreed to work together on creating such standards to maintain safety. [...]Show More Summary

Setting the course for driverless cars

President Obama doubled downon driverless cars this week, declaring that the federal government, not the states, should oversee the development of self-driving cars, trucks and buses. The president and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said that autonomous vehicles are too valuable for public...

Transportation Secretary lays out federal guidelines on self-driving vehicles

At a news conference in D.C. on Sept. 20, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx laid out newly released federal guidelines on self-driving vehicles, such as how and where they should operate and how they should interact with roadways.

Regulation of the era of self-driving cars has begun

WASHINGTON Vowing to build a “safety culture … that will stand the test of time,” Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on Wednesday unveiled a new federal policy framework for regulating the … Click to Continue »

Transportation Dept. reveals proposals for regulating self-driving cars

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The United States unveiled a sweeping new regulatory framework for the unexpectedly rapid rise of self-driving automobile technology, just days after Uber broke ground with its first driverless taxis. US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said the federal government intends to set the safety...

Governor Baker, MBTA Launch Ride Pilot Program with Uber, Lyft

Governor Charlie Baker joined Massachusetts Department of Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack, MBTA managers, disability advocates, and executives with Uber and Lyft recently launched a first-of-its-kind innovative pilot program.

TSA says it kept summer lines short by hiring and promoting more screeners

Next time you come across an airport screener, take the time to say “Thanks.” That is the request by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, who credited major staffing changes at the Transportation Security Administration for avoiding gridlock and long lines at airport security...

TSA says it kept summer lines short by hiring and promoting more screeners

Next time you come across an airport screener, take the time to say “Thanks.” That is the request by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, who credited major staffing changes at the Transportation Security Administration for avoiding gridlock and long lines at airport security...

The Disappearing Cabinet: More than a Parlor Game

As a journalist for thirty years, I am embarrassed to admit this, but I can't name the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. No, nor the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Interior, Education, Energy, Transportation, Treasury, Labor, or the head of the EPA. Show More Summary

1st Release Of US National Transit Map + Underlying Data — Remarkable Geospatial Database

Following the first time release of the US National Transit Map at the beginning of this September by the US Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx blogged about the new data resource underlying it. Show More Summary

Former Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Joins Transdev

Transdev has announced that former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Rich Davey has joined Transdev and will serve as vice president of business development.

2016 Top 40 Under 40: Avital Barnea

Avital Barnea, Policy Analyst, United States Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary

‘Transformational change’ needed to address sexual misconduct at merchant marine academy, Obama official says

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has concluded that sexual harassment and assault and other misconduct at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy are so serious the school needs to hire a team of outside experts to address the campus culture, officials said this week. Leaders of the federal service school outside New York City also are enlisting the help […]

Secretary Foxx: An Historic Day in Cuba as First Scheduled Flight from U.S. in Over 50 Years Lands

This was originally posted on the Department of Transportation's blog, Fast Lane. You can find it here. And look back at what it was like when Air Force One touched down in Cuba for the first time in history. Today, I was honored toShow More Summary

Critical Infrastructure Is highly Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has warned of cyber attacks that target critical infrastructure since October 2012. The country is vulnerable to foreign computer hackers who are capable of dismantling a power grid, transport system, financial and government networks. Show More Summary

Secretary Foxx Visits Australia to Drum Up Private Sector Infrastructure Investment

The Australian Financial Review reports that US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx is in Melbourne and Sydney this week to promote private sector investment in US infrastructure. Foxx tells AFR that Australian investors have aShow More Summary

White House on Russian Mi-8 Downing: 'We Regret Any Loss of Life'

The US administration regrets any death caused by the ongoing Syrian conflict, White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz told reports on Monday following the downing of the Russian Aerospace Forces’ Mi-8 transport helicopter.

Nearly $500M in TIGER Grants to Projects Focused on Safety and Economic Opportunity

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx announced nearly $500 million will be made available for transportation projects across the country in the eighth round of the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program.

2016 TIGER Awards: Nearly $500 Million in Grants to Projects Focused on Safety and Economic

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced nearly $500 million will be made available for transportation projects across the country in the eighth round of the highly successful and competitive TIGER grants.

Drunk Driving's Biggest Foe: Doris Aiken at 90

Doris Aiken, with then Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole. Courtesy of William Aiken. When someone dies a preventable death, there is no obligation for loved ones to become activists, aiming to stop similar deaths. It is enough to merely grieve for a tragic loss. But some people turn their grief into action, [...]

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