The Office of Transportation Policy is the office responsible for recommending overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the Secretary. The office coordinates multi-modal initiatives and processes, such as the development of DOT's proposed reauthorization language, and the coordination of the President's Executive Order on streamlining environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure.
The Office of Transportation Policy also reviews all proposed DOT rulemakings, legislation, testimony and reports to Congress. Additionally, the office is responsible for reviewing economic analyses of air safety regulations, reviewing airport infrastructure programs, and planning air freight policies.
Most Popular Pages
- Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)
- Tiger Grants
- Veterans Transportation Career Center
- DOT and 2012 Drought
- DOT Freight Policy Council Charter
- National Freight Advisory Committee
Most Popular Reports
- DOT Strategic Plan
- DOT Roadway Safety Plan
- DOT's Energy Blueprint: Efficient Transportation for America
- DOT Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan