2011-12 Summary Report: An Eighteen Month Summary Report on the Activities and Accomplishments of the Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS)
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2011-12 Summary Report: An Eighteen Month Summary Report on the Activities and Accomplishments of the Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS)

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      This 2011-2012 CMTS Summary Report is divided into nine priority work areas. These priority work areas are listed below and are described in the pages that follow, including the completion of nine interagency projects to improve navigation safety and efficiency, the first ever development of MTS performance measures, and the first comprehensive guide of Federal MTS programs and functions: 1. Safeguarding the MTS through the development of best practices to reduce damage to the MTS by breakaway vessels; 2. Improving the delivery and accuracy of navigational information and data to mariners; 3. Coordinating U.S. Arctic marine transportation policy coordination to insure safe and secure maritime shipping; 4. Promoting interagency collaboration to enhance transportation infrastructure investments; 5. Integrating e-Navigation technologies and services to improve the efficiency and reliability of the MTS; 6. Supporting U.S. exports increases by monitoring the availability of export containers; 7. Fostering MTS program coordination and understanding; 8. Researching and measuring MTS performance to identify its status, needs, and value; and, 9. Exchanging and distributing information to improve MTS awareness.
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