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

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.

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Senate confirms Foxx as next Department of Transportation head

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.

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DOT nominee Foxx could be confirmed by Senate this week

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

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Transportation secretary nominee Anthony Foxx clears Senate committee

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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DOT head nominee Anthony Foxx’s confirmation hearing ‘non-controversial’

According to reports, DOT head nominee Anthony Foxx faced little in the way of opposition during a Senate confirmation hearing.

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Nominee for DOT head set for Senate committee hearing

The Senate's Committee on Commerce will be questioning Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx Wednesday, May 22, as part of the preliminary stages of the required Senate confirmation

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Obama nominates Charlotte mayor as DOT leader

Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Anthony Foxx has been pegged as outgoing Secretary Ray LaHood's replacement as the head of the Department of Transportation.

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Leading candidate emerges for DOT secretary spot

Deborah Hersman — the director of the National Transportation Safety Board — is the leading candidate to replace LaHood, say sources close to the situation.

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LaHood bowing out as Transportation Secretary

Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood announced he will not be staying in his cabinet position for the second term of President Barack Obama.

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