Transportation safety (61 - 70 of 526 items)
Improved Reporting and Performance Measures Would Enhance Evaluation of High-Visibility Campaigns
Published: Apr 25, 2008. Publicly Released: Apr 25, 2008.
National Transportation Safety Board:
Progress Made in Management Practices, Investigation Priorities, Training Center Use, and Information Security, But These Areas Continue to Need Improvement
Published: Apr 23, 2008. Publicly Released: Apr 23, 2008.
Efforts to Strengthen Aviation and Surface Transportation Security Continue to Progress, but More Work Remains
Published: Apr 15, 2008. Publicly Released: Apr 15, 2008.
Grants Generally Address Key Safety Issues, Despite State Eligibility and Management Difficulties
Published: Mar 14, 2008. Publicly Released: Mar 14, 2008.
Restructured Federal Approach Needed for More Focused, Performance-Based, and Sustainable Programs
Published: Mar 6, 2008. Publicly Released: Mar 6, 2008.
Transportation Security Administration Has Strengthened Planning to Guide Investments in Key Aviation Security Programs, but More Work Remains
Published: Feb 28, 2008. Publicly Released: Feb 28, 2008.
Medical Certification and Background Check Requirements for Pilots, Vessel Masters, and Commercial Drivers Vary
Published: Feb 27, 2008. Publicly Released: Feb 27, 2008.
FAA Is Reevaluating Services at Key Centers; Both FAA and the National Weather Service Need to Better Ensure Product Quality
Published: Jan 11, 2008. Publicly Released: Feb 26, 2008.
Services at Key Aviation Facilities Lack Performance Measures, but Improvement Efforts Are Under Way
Published: Feb 26, 2008. Publicly Released: Feb 26, 2008.
Progress on Reducing Runway Incursions Impeded by Leadership, Technology, and Other Challenges
Published: Feb 13, 2008. Publicly Released: Feb 13, 2008.