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Equipment regulator NHTSA gets new boss following Senate confirmation

| December 17, 2014

NHTSA — a regulatory agency under the Department of Transportation responsible for some trucking-related regulations — has a new head man, coming after nearly a year-long vacancy at the top of the agency.

DOT’s deputy director stepping down, FHA admin. to assume role

| December 12, 2013

The Department of Transportation's John Porcari, deputy secretary, will be leaving his post at the start of the year, and the FHA's Victor Mendez will take the position.

Analysis: Foxx needs to lead, not do more of the same

| July 26, 2013

What should Anthony Foxx's No. 1 priority be as new Secretary of Transportation? Leading the U.S. to modern transportation infrastructure funding solutions, writes Kevin Jones.

Anthony Foxx sworn in, takes reins at DOT

| July 02, 2013

Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx was sworn in Tuesday, July 2, as the new head of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Poll: What issues should the new DOT Secretary make his highest priority?

| July 01, 2013

We asked -- you responded. From the many comments suggesting appropriate efforts for the top transportation officer in the land, we put together this poll on needed action from incoming Secretary Anthony Foxx.

Senate confirms Foxx as next Department of Transportation head

| June 27, 2013

The Department of Transportation officially has a new leader, as the Senate confirmed Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx June 27 to replace outgoing Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood.

DOT nominee Foxx could be confirmed by Senate this week

| June 24, 2013

The Senate may vote on Secretary of Transportation nominee Anthony Foxx’s confirmation this week, according to multiple reports from Charlotte and Washington.

Transportation secretary nominee Anthony Foxx clears Senate committee

| June 11, 2013

Anthony Foxx, nominee to replace Ray LaHood as Secretary of Transportation, has been approved by the Senate commerce committee, moving his nomination to the full Senate for confirmation.

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