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Strategic spectrum plan : November 2005.

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    • Alternative Title:
      Strategic spectrum plan (SSP) : November 2005 ; Biennial spectrum plan : November 2005 ; United States Department of Transportation's strategic spectrum plan : November 2005 ; U.S. Department of Transportation's strategic spectrum plan : November 2005 ; US Department of Transportation's strategic spectrum plan : November 2005 ;
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      11/01/2005
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      NTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-Federal Laws ; NTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-Federal Standards and Rules ; NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY ;
    • Abstract:
      The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) occupies a leadership role in the global transportation network. The people of DOT are dedicated to improving transportation in the United States and around the world by making it safer, simpler, and smarter. Safer-because we will place a greater emphasis than ever before on saving lives and reducing accidents. Simpler-because we will consolidate and streamline our programs. And smarter-because we will focus on efficiency, achieving results, and increasing accountability. DOT's mission, as stated in Section 101 of Title 49, United States Code, is as follows: The national objectives of general welfare. economic growth and stability, and the security of the United States require the development of transportation policies and programs that contribute to providingfast, safe, efficient, and convenient transportation at the lowest cost consistent with those and other national objectives, including the efficient use and conservation of the resources of the United States. In support of the DOT's mission, this first issue of the United States Department of Transportation Strategic Spectrum Plan (SSP) combines several key issues with an overview of present conditions and with a vision for our future. Spectrum is a finite resource that provides for systems and operations that provide for DOT services to the American public. Each DOT administration that uses spectrum has contributed to this plan. This spectrum plan is a living document that will be revised as needed, to articulate the spectrum requirements and efficiencies needed in supporting the DOT SSP. The Office of the Secretary commends the contributors to this plan, representing the DOT administrations listed below: Federal Aviation Administration Federal Highway Administration Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Federal Railroad Administration Federal Transit Administration Maritime Administration National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Research and Innovative Technology Administration Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation Bureau of Transportation Statistics Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
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