Former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao nominated by U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump for Transportation Secretary.
President-elect Donald Trump has named Elaine Chao – a former Labor secretary during the Bush Administration as his Transportation Secretary.
Secretary Chao will have crucial role in pushing for a major infrastructure proposals that could face resistance from within Congress and the Senate.
President-Elect Trump has promised to revitalize the poor state of the nation’s airports, bridges and roads; making it a major part of his jobs program.
The World Bank Publishes a Useful Review of Financing Models for the Development of Transportation Beyond the Car... from Sidewalk to Subway!
More and More Americans Agree to More Diversified Transit Systems. Here are results from the ballots
Track all the US transit ballot initiatives and your local infrastructure voting results with the Center for Transportation Excellence.
The FTA announces the selected Grantees and the Projects selected for the Mobility on Demand (MOD) Sandbox Projects.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA), part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, developed the Mobility on Demand (MOD) initiative to help communities nationwide incorporate the latest technology into their public transit services, with the goal of making them more effective, efficient, and equitable. Urban, suburban, and rural communities alike will benefit from better first and last mile connections, improved paratransit services, smart congestion management, and more.
Selected Grantees and Projects:
Many Americans are voting on more than just a President. 25 states have measures to fund transportation and infrastructure on their ballots.
The European Commission aimed to set the global example for Multi-modal Mobility. 2017 will see over EUR. 30 mil. made available for mobility projects.
The UN embracing Multi-Modal Mobility as a solution for eradicating poverty, fighting climate change and improving general well-being.