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Rodney E. Slater

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Rodney E. Slater
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Former United States Secretary of Transportation.

Awards and acknowledgements include:

  • 1998 Leamon McCoy Award Recipient

    Article Index

    DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
    January 10, 1994Federal Highway Administration, Obsolete and Redundant Regulations and AppendicesRodney E. Slater
    January 12, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Sleeper Berths on MotorcoachesRodney E. Slater
    January 14, 1994Amendments to Highway Safety Program GuidelinesRodney E. Slater
    Howard M. Smolkin
    January 14, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Determination of EffectivenessRodney E. Slater
    Howard M. Smolkin
    January 19, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Lighting Devices, Reflectors, and Electrical EquipmentRodney E. Slater
    February 2, 1994Chester, West Virginia Ordinance No. 305 Regarding Transportation of Hazardous WastesRodney E. Slater
    Alan I. Roberts
    February 3, 1994Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program; Amendment to Distribution Formula; Interim Final RuleRodney E. Slater
    February 4, 1994Qualification of Drivers; Hearing Deficiencies; WaiversRodney E. Slater
    February 9, 1994General Material Requirements; Buy America RequirementsRodney E. Slater
    February 15, 1994Controlled Substances & Alcohol Use and TestingFederico Peña
    Rodney E. Slater
    February 15, 1994Limitation on Alcohol Use by Transportation Workers; NoticeFederico Peña
    Rodney E. Slater
    Gordon J. Linton
    February 23, 1994Private Motor Carriers of PassengersRodney E. Slater
    March 15, 1994Certification of Size and Weight EnforcementRodney E. Slater
    March 18, 1994Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Society of America; Public MeetingRodney E. Slater
    April 1, 1994Request for Participation in Public Forums for the Development of a National Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) ArchitectureRodney E. Slater
    April 8, 1994Innovative Financing; Test and Evaluation Project TE-045; InformationRodney E. Slater
    April 8, 1994National Motor Carrier Advisory Committee; Charter RenewalRodney E. Slater
    April 14, 1994Inspection, Repair, and Maintenance; Periodic Inspection of Commercial Motor VehiclesRodney E. Slater
    May 16, 1994Motor Passenger Carrier or Water Carrier Finance ApplicationsRodney E. Slater
    May 17, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Front Wheel Brakes on Mexican Commercial Motor VehiclesRodney E. Slater
    August 3, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary For Safe Operation; Automatic Brake Adjusters and Brake Adjustment IndicatorsRodney E. Slater
    September 8, 1994Highway Work Zone Safety ProgramRodney E. Slater
    November 21, 1994Participation in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Field Operational Test ProgramRodney E. Slater
    December 13, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Determination of EffectivenessRodney E. Slater
    Ricardo Martinez
    March 20, 1997Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater District of Columbia Safety Seat EventRodney E. Slater
    March 27, 1997SAFETY SEATS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES SECRETARY SLATER, CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL PROMOTE CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY IN LOS ANGELESNHTSA
    March 27, 1997Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Community BuildRodney E. Slater
    April 17, 1997Transportation Department, Businesses Launch First "Drive Safely at Work Week"Rodney E. Slater
    April 2, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER TELLS BALTIMORE STUDENTS ABOUT SAFETYNHTSA
    April 16, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY RELEASES NATIONAL STRATEGY TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USENHTSA
    April 29, 1997Remarks Prepared For Delivery Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announcement of "Smooth Operator"Rodney E. Slater
    April 29, 1997SLATER ANNOUNCES $100,000 GRANT TO COMBAT D.C. AREA AGGRESSIVE DRIVINGNHTSA
    April 30, 1997Remarks Prepared For Delivery Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announcement of New Seat Belt Law in the District of ColumbiaRodney E. Slater
    April 30, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER COMMENDS THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA'S NEW SEAT BELT LAWNHTSA
    May 13, 1997Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Youth Summit on Under Age DrinkingRodney E. Slater
    May 19, 1997Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Operation ABC: Mobilizing America to Buckle Up ChildrenRodney E. Slater
    May 19, 1997SECRETARY SLATER LAUNCHES BUCKLE UP, AMERICA! WEEKNHTSA
    June 9, 1997Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Lifesavers 15 ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    June 9, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ASKS TRAFFIC SAFETY CONFERENCE TO CONTINUE LIFESAVING EFFORTSNHTSA
    June 9, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER JOINS WITH FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL IN PROMOTING CHILD SAFETY SEAT USENHTSA
    August 21, 1997SECRETARY SLATER CAUTIONS MOTORISTS TO DRIVE SAFELY DURING PEAK TRAVEL SEASONNHTSA
    October 2, 1997SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES AWARDS TO SIX STATES TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USENHTSA
    January 16, 1998SLATER ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT ON ADVANCING GEORGIA TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND NEW ENVIRONMENTAL MEASURESFederal Highway Administration
    February 10, 1998Secretary of transportation Rodney E. Slater Air Bag Safety Campaign press ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    February 26, 1998Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Society of Automotive EngineersRodney E. Slater
    March 4, 1998Statement of Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater on the Lautenberg/Dewine AmendmentU.S. Department of Transportation
    March 10, 1998SLATER CALLS FOR CONTINUATION OF ETHANOL TAX EXEMPTIONU.S. Department of Transportation
    March 20, 1998SLATER PROPOSES ACCESSIBILITY RULE FOR OVER-THE-ROAD BUSESU.S. Department of Transportation
    March 25, 1998Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Transportation Vehicles; Over-the-Road BusesRodney E. Slater
    March 25, 1998Transportation for Individuals with Disabilities; Proposed Rule Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Transportation Vehicles; Over-the-Road Busses; Proposed RuleRodney E. Slater
    April 9, 1998SECRETARY SLATER PROPOSES NEW LABEL WARNING OF ROLLOVER DANGER FOR SPORT UTILITY VEHICLESNHTSA
    April 10, 1998TRAUMA CENTER SUCCESS STORY CAPS TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY'S TOURNHTSA
    April 27, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF WASHINGTON BELTWAY DRIVER SURVEYNHTSA
    April 29, 1998SECRETARY SLATER KICKS-OFF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TRANSIT BUS ROLL-OUT IN NATION'S CAPITALFederal Transit Administration
    April 30, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater at the Announcement of a Campaign Against Red Light RunningRodney E. Slater
    May 7, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER CAUTIONS: TAKE CARE THAT PROM NIGHT DOES NOT TURN TO TRAGEDYNHTSA
    May 11, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER LAUNCHES NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION WEEK BY CELEBRATING PROGRESS OF INTERSTATE 15U.S. Department of Transportation
    May 14, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER SAYS ALCOHOL-RELATED TRAFFIC DEATHS DROPPED TO A RECORD LOW IN 1997NHTSA
    May 18, 1998STATEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ON "BUCKLE UP, AMERICA!" WEEKU.S. Department of Transportation
    May 21, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Cautions Motorists to Drive Safely During Memorial Day WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
    June 9, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater at the National Scenic Byways AnnouncementRodney E. Slater
    June 24, 1998Slater Commends California on 90 Percent Seat Belt UseU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 22, 1998STATEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY RODNEY SLATER ON ENACTMENT OF ANTI-DRUNK DRIVING MEASURESU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 30, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater on the New Head Protection RuleRodney E. Slater
    August 7, 1998Slater Announces Comprehensive Plan To Enhance School Bus SafetyNHTSA
    August 24, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Historic Decline In Alcohol-Related Traffic DeathsNHTSA
    August 29, 1998SECRETARY SLATER WELCOMES NEW SAFETY AMBASSADORS AND URGES KIDS TO BUCKLE UPU.S. Department of Transportation
    August 31, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal for New Small Female Crash Dummy; New Science Will Lead to Improved Air Bag SafetyNHTSA
    September 14, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Preserve, Enhance Benefits Of Air Bags and Reduce RisksNHTSA
    September 21, 1998SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES $3.9 MILLION TO NORTH CAROLINA DOTFederal Transit Administration
    September 22, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposed Rules for Modifying Vehicles For People with DisabilitiesNHTSA
    September 24, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater at the Announcement of the Over-the-Road Buses Final RuleRodney E. Slater
    September 29, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater on Safety Belt Use in ColoradoRodney E. Slater
    September 29, 1998SECRETARY SLATER, GOVERNOR ROMER ANNOUNCE SIGNIFICANT JUMP IN COLORADO'S SAFETY BELT USAGENHTSA
    September 29, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grant to Hispanic Coalition For National Traffic Safety ProgramNHTSA
    October 1, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater Upon Receiving the Leamon McCoy Award by the New Jersey Motor Truck AssociationRodney E. Slater
    October 5, 1998FIRST LADY AND SECRETARY SLATER KICK OFF MILLENNIUM TRAILS INITIATIVEFederal Highway Administration
    October 20, 1998SLATER ANNOUNCES $1.8 MILLION GRANT TO UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTAUSDOT Research & Special Projects Administration
    October 21, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater at the Baltimore-Washington Parkway Innovative Financing AnnouncementRodney E. Slater
    October 26, 1998$1.2 Billion for Safety: Secretary Slater Announces $16.7 Million For California, $53 Million in Grants Nationwide to Boost Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    October 26, 1998$1.2 Billion for Safety: Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $53 Million in Grants to Boost Seat Belt Use NationwideNHTSA
    October 26, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Special Effort by Parents, Children To Stop, Look, Listen on HalloweenNHTSA
    October 27, 1998Remarks by Secretary Slater on the Announcement of U.S. 101 Corridor Planning StudyRodney E. Slater
    October 27, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Says Traffic Death Rate Dropped to Record Low in 1997NHTSA
    November 23, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Increased Seat Belt Use In National Capital RegionNHTSA
    January 8, 1999Secretary Slater Joins in Dedication Of Final Segment of Arkansas’ I-540U.S. Department of Transportation
    January 13, 1999U. S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Finalists for Grants Under TEA-21 Community Preservation ProvisionFederal Highway Administration
    January 22, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater at the Aggressive Driving and the Law SymposiumRodney E. Slater
    January 22, 1999Secretary Slater Announces Results Of Survey On Speeding and Unsafe Driving, National Program To Prevent Red Light RunningU.S. Department of Transportation
    February 16, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater at the DC's Clickin' Coalition EventRodney E. Slater
    February 19, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Salutes Contributions of Engineers To America’s Transportation SystemFederal Highway Administration
    February 24, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Calls on Diversity Forum To Help Reduce Traffic InjuriesNHTSA
    February 27, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Cites Efforts To Gain National Recognition for Crowley’s Ridge ParkwayFederal Highway Administration
    February 27, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $441,450 for Interstate Feasibility Study in ArkansasFederal Highway Administration
    March 3, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $5 Million in Grants to States, TerritoriesNHTSA
    March 15, 1999Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater On Safety Recommendations of Blue Ribbon Panel II For Protecting Older Child Passengers in Motor VehiclesNHTSA
    March 26, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Requirement To Make Large Truck Trailers More VisibleFederal Highway Administration
    April 1, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Slater Applauds Arkansas Bill SigningU.S. Department of Transportation
    April 9, 1999U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER CONDUCTS ROUNDTABLE MEETING ON HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING SAFETYFederal Railroad Administration
    April 15, 1999U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES FHWA AWARDS TO 13 FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCEFederal Highway Administration
    April 20, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Federal Management Workshop To Fight Gridlock in Nation’s CapitalU.S. Department of Transportation
    April 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Applauds Daimler Chrysler for Funding Alabama Crash Research CenterNHTSA
    April 22, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Signs MOU With Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityU.S. Department of Transportation
    April 30, 1999Secretary Slater, CART Chairman Craig Announce Joint Safety InitiativeNHTSA
    May 3, 1999U. S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $13.1 Million in Grants To Help Make Communities More LivableFederal Highway Administration
    May 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Trucking Safety Commitment by Labor, ManagementFederal Highway Administration
    May 24, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater at Operation ABC Mobilization: America Buckles Up ChildrenRodney E. Slater
    May 24, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Increased Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    May 25, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater on the Commercial Vehicle Safety Action PlanRodney E. Slater
    May 25, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Plan to Reduce Truck-Related DeathsU.S. Department of Transportation
    May 26, 1999STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON MICHIGAN'S ADOPTION OF A STANDARD ENFORCEMENT SEAT BELT BILLNHTSA
    June 1, 1999STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ON ADOPTION BY TEXAS OF .08 BAC AS THE STANDARD FOR DRUNK DRIVINGNHTSA
    June 8, 1999Statement of Secretary Slater Concerning Trunk Entrapment Expert Panel RecommendationsU.S. Department of Transportation
    June 18, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater to the American Trucking Association Board of DirectorsRodney E. Slater
    June 24, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $35 Million Joint Research With GM On Vehicle Crash Warning SystemsFederal Highway Administration
    June 30, 1999Remarks by Secretary Slater at the High Risk Locations Press ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    June 30, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Asks for Comments on Draft Report On Traffic Congestion in the Nation’s CapitalU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Motorists to Drive Safely During July 4 WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 6, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces 17 Critical Standards For Intelligent Transportation SystemsFederal Highway Administration
    July 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: Reflective Material on Freight Train Cars Would Improve Safety at Highway-Rail CrossingsFederal Railroad Administration
    July 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Praises Meharry Medical College, GM For Report On Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    July 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces Funding For Grade Crossing Hazard Elimination Programs In Designated High-Speed CorridorsFederal Railroad Administration
    August 2, 1999Secretary Slater, FHWA Administrator Wykle Announce Legislation to Improve Motor Carrier SafetyU.S. Department of Transportation
    August 5, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Reminds Drivers to Watch for MotorcyclistsNHTSA
    August 30, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposals Leading to Improved Small Bus SafetyFederal Highway Administration
    August 31, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Hails First Phase of System To Make Child Seat Installation Safer, EasierNHTSA
    September 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $42.75 Million in Federal Grants to States To Deter Drunk Driving, Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    September 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: Survey Shows Americans Run Red Lights Without Regard for ConsequencesFederal Highway Administration
    September 28, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Reports Progress in Motor Carrier SafetyFederal Highway Administration
    September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Georgia to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
    September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Louisiana to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
    September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Pennsylvania to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
    September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Nearly $1 Million for Texas to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
    October 1, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Nearly $1 Million for Tennessee to Help Reduce Alcohol-RelatedNHTSA
    October 3, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Addresses AASHTO Annual Meeting, Announces Cost Saving Agreement With State of New MexicoUSDOT Research & Special Projects Administration
    October 5, 1999STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON THE DEATH OF FRANK TURNERU.S. Department of Transportation
    October 14, 1999Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Concerning House Passage of H.R. 2679, the Motor Carrier Safety Act of 1999U.S. Department of Transportation
    October 18, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Workshops for Borders and Corridors ProgramFederal Highway Administration
    October 21, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Slater Applauds New Legislation to Restore Motor Carrier Safety Enforcement Authorities to DepartmentU.S. Department of Transportation
    November 1, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Law Enforcement Video For Highway-Rail Grade Crossing SafetyFederal Railroad Administration
    November 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $54.6 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    November 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Updated Proposal to Improve Benefits Of Air Bags and Reduce RisksNHTSA
    November 8, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $12.7 Million in Grants For Advanced Technology Vehicle TestsFederal Highway Administration
    November 17, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Community Forums on Safety, Quality of LifeNHTSA
    November 18, 1999STATEMENT OF U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER SUPPORTING THE MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY IMPROVEMENT BILLU.S. Department of Transportation
    November 19, 1999STATEMENT OF U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON SENATE PASSAGE OF MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY IMPROVEMENT BILLU.S. Department of Transportation
    November 22, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins in Launching National Effort To Enforce Seat Belt, Child Seat LawsNHTSA
    November 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Cautions Holiday Travelers About SafetyNHTSA
    December 1, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces New Education Campaign to Stop Drunk DrivingNHTSA
    December 3, 1999Office of Motor Carrier SafetyU.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Bilingual Training Tool For Truckers Carrying Hazardous MaterialsOffice of Motor Carrier Safety
    December 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Require Internal Trunk Releases on CarsNHTSA
    December 21, 1999Tennis Stars Venus and Serena Williams Join U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater In Urging Motorists to "Buckle Up"NHTSA
    December 21, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $14 Million to Michigan for Dequindre Yard Bridge ProjectFederal Highway Administration
    December 21, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $16.4 Million To Illinois for Stevenson Expressway, Wacker Drive ProjectsFederal Highway Administration
    December 21, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $286 Million for States in Highway Discretionary FundsFederal Highway Administration
    January 4, 2000Transportation Secretary Slater Praises Departing FHWA Deputy AdministratorFederal Highway Administration
    January 6, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $3.6 Million in Funding for Millennium TrailsFederal Highway Administration
    January 11, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Congratulates General Motors, Ford For Progress on New Generation VehicleU.S. Department of Transportation
    January 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Final Specifications for Crash Dummy Representing Six-Year-Old ChildNHTSA
    January 18, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commending National SAFE KIDS Campaign, GM for Promoting Child Passenger SafetyNHTSA
    January 24, 2000Secretary Slater Announces Approval Of Milwaukee Highway ProjectsU.S. Department of Transportation
    February 9, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater To Launch Nationwide Effort Emphasizing Use of Booster SeatsNHTSA
    February 12, 2000Remarks by Secretary Slater at the I-495 Technology Corridor Initiative ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    February 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Marks National Child Passenger Safety Week By Promoting Booster Seat UseNHTSA
    February 15, 2000Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Concerning the Central Artery ProjectU.S. Department of Transportation
    February 17, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Approves Recommendations on Central Artery OversightU.S. Department of Transportation
    February 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $25 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    March 10, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $7.6 Million to 44 States to Improve Traffic RecordsNHTSA
    March 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Charges Safety Conference to Help Meet Seat Belt Goal; Salutes Recipients of Highway Safety AwardsNHTSA
    March 28, 2000STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON WASHINGTON's ADOPTION OF ANTON's LAWNHTSA
    April 3, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Says Nation's Traffic Death Rates Reach Historic Low in 1999NHTSA
    April 4, 2000U. S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES $175,000 IN GRANTS FOR DENVER'S UNION STATIONFederal Highway Administration
    April 8, 2000U.S. SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION SLATER CALLS FOR ZERO TOLERANCE FOR RACIAL PROFILINGU.S. Department of Transportation
    April 14, 2000Remarks by Secretary Slater, World Trade Bridge Ribbon Cutting CeremonyRodney E. Slater
    April 17, 2000Remarks by Secretary Slater, Elmira New York Seat Belt EventRodney E. Slater
    April 17, 2000Remarks by Secretary Slater, New York International Auto Show Annual Wall Street DinnerRodney E. Slater
    April 17, 2000U.S. SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION RODNEY E. SLATER COMMENDS STATE OF NEW YORK FOR MEETING PRESIDENT CLINTON'S SEAT BELT GOAL OF 85 PERCENTNHTSA
    April 19, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Praises Motor Company for New "Boost America!" CampaignNHTSA
    April 25, 2000Remarks by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Regarding Notice of Proposed Rule Making on Hours-of-ServiceRodney E. Slater
    April 28, 2000U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER APPLAUDS BLACK MAYORS FOR LEADERSHIP PROMOTING SEAT BELT USEU.S. Department of Transportation
    May 5, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Advanced Air Bag Regulation that Improve Benefits and Reduce RisksNHTSA
    May 19, 2000SECRETARY SLATER APPOINTS HART ACTING DEPUTY ADMINSTRATOR AT FMCSAU.S. Department of Transportation
    May 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Launches Memorial Day National Effort To Enforce Seat Belt, Child Seat LawsNHTSA
    May 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Partnership With Ford Motor Company, Inova Fairfax Hospital In Establishing Crash Injury Research CenterNHTSA
    May 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Add Rollover Ratings To Auto Safety Consumer Information ProgramNHTSA
    May 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Launches Memorial Day National Effort To Enforce Seat Belt, Child Seat LawsNHTSA
    May 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Partnership With Ford Motor Company, Inova Fairfax Hospital In Establishing Crash Injury Research CenterNHTSA
    May 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces Proposals To Help Speed Use of Intelligent Transportation SystemsFederal Highway Administration
    May 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Add Rollover Ratings To Auto Safety Consumer Information ProgramNHTSA
    May 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposed Planning and Environmental RulesFederal Highway Administration
    June 1, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Says Record Infrastructure Investments Have Improved Transportation Safety, System ConditionsFederal Highway Administration
    June 9, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $121.8 Million in Grants for Surface Transportation ImprovementsFederal Highway Administration
    June 21, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Contracts Under the Advanced Vehicle ProgramUSDOT Research & Special Projects Administration
    June 21, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Celebrates National Scenic Byways DesignationFederal Highway Administration
    June 26, 2000SECRETARY SLATER KICKS OFF BLUE RIBBON PANEL TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USE AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANSNHTSA
    June 29, 2000U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Deputy Administrator Millman Launch You Drink & Drive. You Lose Mobilization And National Sobriety Checkpoint Week, June 28-July 5U.S. Department of Transportation
    June 30, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Motorists, Boaters To Have a Safe July 4 WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 19, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Presents IVI Deployment Goals, Announces Mayday Readiness InitiativeFederal Highway Administration
    July 21, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grant Program for "511" ConversionsFederal Highway Administration
    July 26, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Says Atlanta Can Move Forward, Transportation Plan Will Meet Clean Air StandardsFederal Highway Administration
    July 26, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Capitol Hill Conferees to Act On Tough Highway Safety MeasuresU.S. Department of Transportation
    July 28, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater, CART's Bobby Rahal Extend Safety PartnershipNHTSA
    August 9, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls on Truck Safety Stakeholders To Discuss Driver-Fatigue Safety StandardFMCSA
    August 12, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls for Safer Driving, Seat Belt Use In National Medical Association AddressNHTSA
    August 23, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater On the Woodrow Wilson BridgeFederal Highway Administration
    August 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $69.7 Million in Incentive Grants To 17 States, D.C., With .08 BAC LawsNHTSA
    August 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Tough New Safety Rule For Shutting Down Unfit Motor CarriersFMCSA
    August 29, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Invites Public to Help Develop Long-Term Truck, Bus Safety StrategyFMCSA
    September 6, 2000Remarks by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) 20th AnniversaryRodney E. Slater
    September 6, 2000Secretary Slater Announces Another Year of Progress for Highway SafetyNHTSA
    September 6, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater on Bridgestone/Firestone RecallU.S. Department of Transportation
    September 7, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Salutes Sen. Lautenberg For Achievements in Reducing Drunk DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
    September 12, 2000SECRETARY SLATER REMINDS CHILDREN ABOUT SAFETY ON WAY TO, FROM SCHOOLNHTSA
    September 12, 2000Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Concerning The Senate Commerce Committee Hearings on the Bridgestone/Firestone RecallU.S. Department of Transportation
    September 19, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls On Congress to Enact .08 BAC LegislationNHTSA
    September 21, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: New Study Finds Decrease in Fatalities Following Illinois' .08 BAC LawNHTSA
    September 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Aggressive Fines for Repeat Violators of Safety Regs; Proposes to Shut Down Motor Carriers Who Don’t PayFMCSA
    September 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Inaugurates Intelligent Transportation System to Help Reduce CongestionFederal Highway Administration
    September 26, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship RecipientsFederal Highway Administration
    October 2, 2000U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Transit Grants for Westchester County, New YorkU.S. Department of Transportation
    October 2, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Partnerships with 10 Minority Universities Through New Competitive Assistance ProgramFederal Highway Administration
    October 3, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater on .08 BAC Provision In Transportation Appropriations Conference Committee ReportU.S. Department of Transportation
    October 5, 2000Statement of U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Concerning Critical Motor Vehicle Safety Defect Investigation LegislationU.S. Department of Transportation
    October 12, 2000Statement of U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater Concerning Senate Passage of Motor Vehicle Safety Defect Investigation LegislationU.S. Department of Transportation
    October 17, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Standard to Require Internal Trunk Releases on CarsNHTSA
    October 27, 2000U. S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $47 Million in Grants To Help Make Communities More LivableFederal Highway Administration
    October 27, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $200 Million for States in Highway Discretionary FundsFederal Highway Administration
    October 31, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater Announces Grants of $47.3 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    November 1, 2000Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater on the Signing of the Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation (TREAD) ActNHTSA
    November 2, 2000U.S. Secretary Slater Names Highway to Honor Civil Rights LeaderU.S. Department of Transportation
    November 10, 2000Remarks prepared for U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater, Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive Dedication CeremonyRodney E. Slater
    November 14, 2000Secretary Slater Announces BTS Sessions to Promote Reporting of Trucking Industry Financial InformationUSDOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics
    November 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces NHTSA Proposal to Upgrade Crash Fire Safety StandardNHTSA
    November 15, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater On Court Decision Concerning ADA and Intercity BusesU.S. Department of Transportation
    November 20, 2000Remarks prepared for U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater on the Seventh Operation ABC Mobilization: America Buckles Up ChildrenRodney E. Slater
    November 20, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins in Seventh National Mobilization To Buckle Up Children and Fight Drunk DrivingNHTSA
    November 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Plan For Improving Child Restraint SystemsNHTSA
    December 7, 2000Remarks as Prepared For Secretary Slater, NTSB Child Passenger Safety Press ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    November 30, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces First Rulemaking Implementing TREAD ActNHTSA
    December 12, 2000Remarks Prepared for Secretary Slater, Congress of National Black Churches MOU SigningRodney E. Slater
    December 12, 2000U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Partnership To Encourage Seat Belt Usage by African AmericansU.S. Department of Transportation
    December 13, 2000Media Advisory: U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater to Help Launch Mobilization of Traffic Law Enforcement to Prevent Drunk, Drugged DrivingNHTSA
    December 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Receives Recommendations from Blue Ribbon Panel On Increasing Seat Belt Use Among African AmericansNHTSA
    December 14, 2000Remarks Prepared for Secretary Slater, Drunk and Drugged Driving National Press ConferenceRodney E. Slater
    December 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commends Largest-Ever Enforcement Mobilization to Combat Impaired DrivingNHTSA
    December 20, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins First Lady, Mothers Against Drunk Driving to "Tie One on For Safety"NHTSA
    January 3, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces New Head Restraint ProposalNHTSA
    January 9, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces First Rollover Resistance RatingsNHTSA
    January 9, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commends Minority Law Enforcement Executives For Addressing Ways to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
    January 17, 2001U. S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Start of Large Truck Crash Causation StudyFMCSA
    January 19, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces $7.5 Million in Grants to States For Education on Child Passenger SafetyNHTSA
    January 19, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater, HHS Secretary Shalala, Former NTSB Chairman Hall Pledge to Make More Child Seats Available to Low Income FamiliesNHTSA




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