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Transparency?

I suggest you...Invite We the People to the cost of this OpenDot website. From what I can see, it is absolutely worthless.Most Highway users want someone to champion the need for resolve to our traffic woes. But like usual, the governments plan is all Propaganda.Getting this site interactive with Highway user participants would be the most benificial program to come out of Government in a very long time. People need to ...more »

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Get active and tell the motoring public of this site. Continual conversation about Highway Drama keeps people interested and focused on better driving.Everyone ahs an opion about everyone elses driving. So let's get"em' Talkin!

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Professional credibility

I suggest you...Allow Veteran Commercial Drivers w/excellent safety records be allowed to report bad driving behaviors of other trucks. Giving these drivers this accredidation bolsters the professional driver image and quite frankly gives DOT an avenue to seek out Dangerous Driving Behaviors,THAT CAN BE REMEDIED!

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USMMA PROBLEMS

TO SEC LAHOOD: FOR SOME REASON MARAD RECENTLY FORBADE CHARGING FOR FOOTBALL GAME TICKETS EVEN THO ALL OTHER FEDERAL ACADEMIES CHARGE ADMISSION TO HELP SUPPORT VITAL ATHETIC PROGRAMS NOW I HEAR MARAD WILL FORBID SPENDING MONEY FOR RECRUITING ATHLETES TO KINGS POINT. WHAT IS GOING ON HERE? I THOUGHT YOU SAID THAT YOU WANTED KP TO BE THE PREMIER FEDERAL ACADEMY, BUT YOUR MARAD EMPLOYEES ARE SUBMARINING THE ACADEMY AT ...more »

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Idea sharing by DOT agency

Each transportation-related agency should have its own OpenGov ideascale site. The results would bubble up to DOT but the parsable by agency. Comments that apply to FHWA may not apply to FAA and the like in that they significantly differ by size, breadth of reach, and scale. Too easy for agencies to hide under the DOT umbrella.

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