Transforming Transportaion Policy for the 21st Century

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Page 5 - The highlights summarized in this report do not necessarily represent the views of any individual participant or the organizations that these participants represent, including GAO. I want to thank all the forum participants for taking the time to share their knowledge, insights, and perspectives. We at GAO will benefit from these insights as we carry out our work for the Congress and the country. I look forward to working with the forum's participants on this and other issues of mutual interest and...
Page 1 - April 27, 2005. 21st Century Challenges: Re-examining the Base of the Federal Government, GAO-05-325SP. Washington, DC: February 2005.
Page 7 - Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) and of NTSB recommendations arising out of various accidents involving cracked joint bars.
Page 9 - Safety: Promote the public health and safety by working toward the elimination of transportation-related deaths, injuries, and property damage...
Page 30 - National Airspace System: FAA Has Made Progress but Continues to Face Challenges in Acquiring Major Air Traffic Control Systems. GAO-05-331. Washington, BC: June 10, 2005.
Page 25 - Federal-Aid Highways: Trends, Effect on State Spending, and Options for Future Program Design," GAO-04-802 (Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, August 2004), 3. 10. See
Page 1 - Yet, in many cases, the government is still trying to do business in ways that are based on conditions, priorities, and approaches that existed decades ago and are not well suited to addressing 21st century challenges.
Page 11 - Seventeen states and the District of Columbia had laws that allowed primary enforcement, enabling officers to stop vehicles and write citations whenever they observe violations of the belt law. • Safety belts saved an estimated 14,164 lives in 2002 among passenger vehicle occupants over 4 years old.
Page 24 - FAA's Funding and Budget Structure in the Administration's Reauthorization Proposal, GAO-07-625T (Washington, DC: Mar. 21, 2007...
Page 26 - May 10, 2007. Commercial Aviation: Programs and Options for Providing Air Service to Small Communities.

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