MAP-21 Highway Bill Wrap-Up
- “How to collect, analyze, and publish findings from inspections and investigations of accidents or incidents”
- “How to identify noncompliance with regulations issued under chapter 51 of title 49 U.S.C. and take the appropriate enforcement action”
Tags: DOT, hazmat shipping, MAP 21, new rules
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