Goverment offices in United States

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

DOT

Previously a division of the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) main function is to prevent commercial motor vehicle fatalities and injuries. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ensures enforcement of safety regulations, especially for high risk carriers and commercial motor vehicle drivers; and to improve safety information systems and commercial motor vehicle technologies; develop commercial motor vehicle equipment and operating standards; and the promotion of safety awareness.

FMCSA
400 Seventh Street SW.
Washington
DC
20590
+ 1 (202) 366-2519
2053-T

Federal Railroad Administration

DOT

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) promotes safe, environmentally sound, successful railroad transportation by developing policies and seeking investment in the infrastructure and technology for the rail system.

FRA
1120 Vermont Avenue, NW
Washington
DC
20590
2054-T

Federal Transit Administration

DOT

As a preventative measure for the protection of private transportation services, in 1987, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) issued charter service rules to prevent public intrusion into private markets, and to make it possible for the private sector to utilize public transit resources to meet market needs. FTA seeks to ensure that the special needs of the community for transportation are met by either the public or private providers.

FTA
400 7th Street, SW
Washington
DC
20590
+1 (202) 366-1936
2055-T

Bureau of Transportation Statistics

DOT

The 1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) established the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) for data collection, analysis, and reporting and to ensure the most cost-effective use of transportation monitoring resources. Thus, BTS collects data, then compiles, analyzes and publishes statistics in an effort to provide transportation leaders with the necessary data for making sound transportation decisions.

BTS
FOIA Officer
U.S. DOT/Bureau of Transportation Statistics
K-2, 400 7th Street, SW
Washington
DC
20590
+1 (202) 366-9510
answers@bts.gov
R.A. Monniere
2049-T

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