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The official Twitter account of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
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Federal Highway Admn Aug 7
It’s . Hurricanes often bring torrential rain and flooding. asks you to never underestimate the power of water. Turn Around. Don’t Drown.
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FMCSA Aug 7
FMCSA proudly supports America’s Armed Forces and is committed to assisting Service Members and Veterans in transitioning to civilian transportation careers.
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nhtsagov Aug 7
Stout, ale, pilsner, or lager – whatever your fancy for is, remember to throw a safe sober ride home into the mix. is drunk driving.
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nhtsagov Aug 6
Lane Departure Warning systems can reduce the risk of crashes, but to be fully engaged in driving, and to check mirrors & blind spots before changing lanes. Learn more at .
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nhtsagov Aug 6
In just 10 minutes, the temperature inside a car can increase 20°, which means a “quick trip” into a store can turn deadly. Never leave your child in alone in the car – not even for a minute.
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nhtsagov Aug 6
🚨 The club you don’t want to be part of: Top 10 deadliest states for red-light running. .
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The FAA ✈️ Aug 5
The FAA recently partnered with to help install weather cameras at 13 sites throughout Colorado. Go to to view current weather conditions in remote parts of Colorado and Alaska and find other useful safety information for pilots.
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PHMSA Aug 5
Today PHMSA published the 2020 edition of its Emergency Response Guidebook. For more information, click the link below:
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Federal Highway Admn Aug 5
America memorializes its Armed Forces through bridges. Some of the nation’s biggest and most distinctive bridges are dedicated to those who died defending our country.
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nhtsagov Aug 5
in 1914, the American Traffic Signal Company installed the first traffic signal system on the corner East 105th Street and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, OH. Traffic signals continue to keep us safe and save countless lives each year.
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The FAA ✈️ Aug 4
The FAA is changing how it communicates route and other information. Join the conversation with experts on Thursday, August 6 at 1 pm ET to learn more. Register now to save your seat! Visit .
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Federal Highway Admn Aug 4
The FHWA Every Day Counts innovation “project bundling” allows agencies to repair or replace multiple bridges under one contract, saving time and money. Find out what other types of projects agencies are bundling:
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TransportationGov Aug 4
If you are in the path of , please avoid any unnecessary travel. If you must be on the roads, exercise extreme caution. Never drive through standing water. Always remember: Turn Around, Don't Drown.
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VDOT Aug 3
If you must be on the roads during , be sure to check out 511 before you travel. 📱 Download the free mobile 511 app for Apple & Android devices 💻 Visit 📞 Call 511 from any phone in Virginia
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TransportationGov Aug 3
Please do not attempt to drive your vehicle through a flooded roadway. Always remember: Turn Around, Don't Drown.
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NCDOT Aug 3
As approaches, remember: 👉 Never drive over downed power lines, assume they are live 👉 Never drive over or around downed trees 👉 Contact utility crews if you see damage
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FEMA Aug 3
We are working with all of our state & local partners to ensure the safety of Americans in the path of . An emergency declaration was approved yesterday for North Carolina & our staff is deployed to the emergency operations center as we monitor the impacts of the storm. ☑
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nhtsagov Aug 3
🟢🟡🔴 In 2018, 846 people were killed and approximately 139,000 were injured in red-light running crashes. Let’s put a stop to these preventable fatalities – This National Stop on Red Week encourage your friends and family to and .
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TransportationGov Aug 3
Please do not attempt to drive your vehicle through a flooded roadway. Always remember: Turn Around, Don't Drown.
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Readygov Aug 1
Review your evacuation plan in case local officials issue an order for : ✅ Look up open shelters, have a few places to go ✅ Include hand sanitizers & masks in your go-bag ✅ If you have pets, look for animal-friendly places ahead of time More:
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