U.S. Department of Transportation Strategic Plan 1997-2002: A Visionary and Vigilant Department of Transportation Leading the Way to Transportation Excellence in the 21st Century
U.S. Department of Transportation, 1997 - Transportation
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21st Century achieve air carriers air transportation aircraft airports Amtrak areas Aviation budget Bureau of Transportation Candidate Indicators Coast Guard commerce communications competitive congestion coordinated cost demand Department of Transportation Department's DESCRIPTION OF TREND disabilities DOT's economic growth efficient employees enforcement ensure environmental environmental scan Essential Air Service facilities Federal Aviation Administration funding global growth and trade Highway implementation improve increase industry integrated Intelligent Transportation Systems intermodal investment issues major Management Strategy Marine maritime mobility modal National Highway System National Security National Transportation natural environment needs noise operating administrations outcome goals partnerships percent performance measures pollution population program evaluation projects promote reduce regulations regulatory requirements Research safety Saint Lawrence Seaway Secretary of Transportation Sources of Data standards strategic goals Strategic Plan telecommuting traffic Transit transportation infrastructure Transportation Statistics transportation system transportation-related United users vehicle workforce