The United States Department of Transportation.
A federal agency that regulates the highway transportation of freight.
Department of Telecommunications (India- 1985)
Department Of Tourism
the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966
The DOT is the federal agency, which, through the Surface Transportation Board within the Dot, governs the interstate transportation industry, including movers of household goods.
Division of Transplantation. A division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, providing oversight and funding support for the nation's organ procurement, allocation, and transplantation system; coordinates national organ and tissue donation activities and funds research to learn more about what works to increase donation; and administers the national bone marrow registry program. Jump to Top
federal agency that regulates the highway transportation of freight including commodities designated as hazardous materials.
Department of Transportaion
Los Angeles Department of Transportation
Department of Transportation. A Federal Agency which specifies a labeling system for the interstate transport of hazardous materials, among other duties.
Department of transportation. Official agency of the federal, state or city governments that regulate and studies traffic flow, and issues statistical data. DOT studies form the basis of most DECís audits by the TAB.
Department of Transportation. A cabinet level executive department of the United States Government consisting of the Office of the Secretary and even individual Operating Administrations, including the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
Department of Transportation. The Secretary of Transportation is the principal adviser to the President in all matters relating to federal transportation programs. The Office of the Secretary (OST) oversees the formulation of national transportation policy and promotes intermodal transportation. Other responsibilities range from negotiation and implementation of international transportation agreements, assuring the fitness of US airlines, enforcing airline consumer protection regulations, issuance of regulations to prevent alcohol and illegal drug misuse in transportation systems and preparing transportation legislation. For more information see: http://www.dot.gov
Acronym for (Federal) Department Of Transportation.
US Government Department of Transport
A tire branding symbol which denotes the tire meets requirements of the Department of Transportation.
Department of Transportation. DOT oversees and regulates the transportation of hazardous materials. "Hazardous" materials, by DOT definition, are those materials that are capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety and property when transported in commerce. Specific rules apply for proper identification, labeling, shipping papers, packaging and method of transportation.
Department of Transportation. Official agency of the federal, state or city governments which regulates and studies traffic flow, and issues statistics on the same. DOT studies are the basis of most DEC's audited by the Traffic Audit Bureau.
U.S. Department of Transportation, the federal agency that oversees the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and other transportation-related government organizations.
Department of Transportation. a governmental agency responsible for promoting the safe transportation of hazardous materials by all modes (land, air, water).
Department of Transportation. FAST
Department of Transportation. A Federal Agency responsible for regulating the labeling and transportation of fireworks in and around the United States.
Department of Transportation. At the federal level, a cabinet agency with responsibility for highways, mass transit, aviation and ports; headed by the secretary of transportation. The DOT includes the FHWA , the FTA and the FAA, among others. There are also state DOTs.
Department of Transportation (U.S); Department of Transport (Canada)
Department of Transport (e.g. US): UK title is now "Department for Transport" (DfT).
Department of Transportation - The federal department that includes the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). USDOT is headed by the Secretary of Transportation, a cabinet-level post.
Department of Transportation (Florida)
Department of Transport (USA)
Department of Transportation. The federal regulatory agency that, through the Surface Transportation Board within the DOT, governs the interstate transportation industry, including movers of household goods.
deed of trust; Department of Transportation
Department of Transportation – United States branch of the government that provides guidance and regulation to the transportation industry in the US.
The acronym for the Department of Transportation.
Department of Transportation. When used alone, indicated U.S. Department of Transportation. In conjunction with a place name, indicates state, city, or county transportation agency (e.g., Virginia DOT, Illinois DOT).
Department of Transportation (usually preceded by the abbreviation of a governmental entity)
Department of Transportation. The cabinet level Department of the federal government that is responsible for administration of federal transportation programs including public transportation, highways, railroads, air transportation, shipping and the Coast Guard. Each state also has a department of transportation.
U. S. Department of Transportation, a federal agency of which NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is a part
New York State Department of Transportation
Each country has its own separate DOT. It's a government agency that regulates all phases of transportation, including all types of vehicles, as well as roads and highways. A DOT rating on a motorcycle helmet indicates that it's passed DOT testing and a DOT sticker can be found inside the helmet.
(Department of Transportation) Acronym for the agency mandated to maintain and police state highways.
A US government body that regulates transportation of hazardous materials.
(U.S.) Department of Transportation
Dictionary of Occupational Titles or Department of Transportation
Department of Telecommunications. The India government body that covers policy, licensing, and coordination of telegraphs, telephones, wireless, data, facsimile and telematic communications. Visit: www.dot.gov.in
Department of Transportation. The federal government department that oversees all areas of the transportation industry.
Department of Transportation: in this case, the United States DOT, which is the federal agency governing interstate transportation.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. The various federal agencies that regulate the operation of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment.
U.S. Department of Transportation regulates transportation of chemicals and other substances.
Abbreviation for Department of Transportation whose Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations regulate the movement of hazardous materials.
(United States) Department of Transportation
United States Department of Transportation (also USDOT)
The Department of Labor's Dictionary of Occupational Titles.
Department of Transport. The UK Government deprtment responsible for public Highways.
Department of Transportation. The agency's responsibilities encompass several facets of transportation, including highways, railways, airports, and seaports. The agency's mission is to provide a safe transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods.
Department of Transportation. The governing body concerned about any commerce that crosses state lines. Principally, this segment of the government regulates the interstate truck operations.
Department of Transportation. The U.S. department that regulates the transportation industry.
Abbreviation for the Department of Transportation.
Department of Transportation, the agency, in addition to the CDC, that is responsible for regulating shipment of etiologic agents, diagnostic specimens, and biological products that are shipped in the United States.
stands for Department of Transportation. The 10 digit code appearing after the DOT designation gives information such as the week and year the tire was produced, as well as the manufacturer, plant, tire line, and size.
state Department of Transportation: electronic, typically using the Internet. e. g.
An acronym for United States Department of Transportation.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation.
Department of Transportation. U.S. government agency that regulates the manufacture, testing and transport of compressed gas containers, including scuba cylinders. DOT stamp appears on scuba tanks, followed by the alphabetic designation for the steel or aluminum alloy the tank is made of and the maximum fill pressure.
DOT is the Department of Transportation, the federal agency that regulates the transportation of chemicals.
See Department of Transportation
The administrative body of the executive branch of the federal government responsible for transportation policy, regulations, and enforcement. Regulates transportation of materials to protect the public as well as fire, law, and other emergency-response personnel.