Ray H. LaHood's Public Statements

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Full Name: Ray H. LaHood
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Kathy; 4 Children: Amy, Darin, Sam, Sara
Birth Date: 12/06/1945
Birth Place: Peoria, IL
Home City: Peoria, IL
Religion: Roman Catholic
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7/01/13 New Hours-of-Service Safety Regulations to Reduce Truck Driver Fatigue Begin Today 7/01/13 Grade Separation Projects Breaking Ground in North Carolina to Improve Railroad and Roadway Safety and Efficiency 6/27/13 Secretary LaHood's Farewell Remarks at National Press Club 6/26/13 DOT Fines Delta for Violating Bumping Compensation Rules 6/25/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Approves Increased Federal Share to Upgrade U.S. 31 in Indiana 6/20/13 DOT Proposes Four Cities to Receive New Rights for U.S.-Brazil Air Service 6/19/13 Federal Transit Administration Announces Groundbreaking for the First Bus Rapid Transit System to Serve El Paso and the Mesa Corridor 6/19/13 MARAD Report: Nation's Shipyards Support $36 Billion in Gross Domestic Product 6/18/13 Federal Highway Administrator Mendez, Kentucky Governor Beshear Break Ground on Downtown Crossing 6/18/13 U.S. Secretary of Transportation LaHood Announces $15.6 Million for Repairs to I-5 Skagit River Bridge in Washington 6/17/13 U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Class of 2013 Commencement 6/11/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces 568 Applications for Latest TIGER Grants 6/10/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces $11.5 Million in Emergency Relief Funds for Six States 6/06/13 DOT/DHS Blue Lightning Announcement 6/03/13 Statement from Secretary LaHood on the Passing of Senator Frank Lautenberg: 6/03/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Energy and Sustainability Performance Update 5/30/13 United States and Canada Announce First-Ever Binational Border Infrastructure Investment Plan 5/30/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Policy on Automated Vehicle Development 5/24/13 U.S. Secretary of Transportation LaHood Announces $1 Million in Immediate Funding for I-5 Skagit River Bridge in Washington 5/17/13 Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the President's Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons 5/14/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood on Hand for Dedication of $23 Million Ann Arbor Bridges Project 5/01/13 DOT Fines Southwest Over Late, Incomplete Responses to Consumer Complaints 5/01/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Orders Ohio Bus Company to Cease Interstate Operations 4/30/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces $8.6 Million for Tribal Road Safety 4/26/13 FMCSA's "Operation Quick Strike" Shuts Down Georgia-based Passenger Carrier 4/26/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Declares N.C. Truck Driver in Fatal Hit-and-Run Crash to be an Imminent Hazard to Public Safety 4/25/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Orders Four Trucking Companies to Cease Operating 4/24/13 D.C.-Based Washington DC Party Shuttle/Onboard DC Tours Declared Imminent Hazard to Public Safety 4/23/13 Distracted Driving Guidelines Conference Call 4/23/13 U.S. DOT Releases Guidelines to Minimize In-Vehicle Distractions 4/22/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces Fifth Round of Funding from TIGER Grant Program 4/18/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces $8.9 Million in Emergency Relief Funds to Repair Damaged Transportation Facilities on Federal and Tribal Lands 4/17/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Launches "Protect Your Move" Campaign to Help Consumers Spot the "Red Flags" of Moving Fraud 4/16/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Urges Nation to Drive Carefully During Highway Construction Season 4/15/13 Agriculture Secretary Vilsack and Transportation Secretary LaHood Renew Agreement to Promote Renewable Fuels in the Aviation Industry 4/15/13 Farm to Fly 2.0 Agreement Signing Ceremony 4/12/13 Statement from Secretary LaHood on the New International Trade Crossing 4/11/13 National Bike Summit - Secretary Ray LaHood - Remarks as Prepared for Delivery 4/10/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces Additional $76 Million in Emergency Relief Funds for Hurricane Sandy Damage in New Jersey 4/05/13 NHTSA Survey Finds 660,000 Drivers Using Cell Phones or Manipulating Electronic Devices While Driving At Any Given Daylight Moment 4/05/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, FMCSA Administrator Ferro Meet with Motorcoach Safety Representatives 4/01/13 FMCSA Shuts Down Atlanta-based Trucking Company Southern Transportation, Inc. 3/29/13 U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces $1.42 Billion to Help Transit Agencies Recover From Hurricane Sandy 3/29/13 DOT Fines Caribbean Airlines for Denying Passengers Opportunity to Leave Plane, Failing to Provide Food and Water During Lengthy Tarmac Delay 3/26/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Proposes $1.7 Million in Civil Penalties for ExxonMobil for Yellowstone River Pipeline Failure 3/25/13 FMCSA Orders Immediate Shut-Down of Bus Company Rimrock Stages; Declares Company to be an Imminent Hazard 3/22/13 FMCSA Declares Georgia-based General Trucking, Inc., to be an Imminent Hazard to Public Safety; Company Ordered to Shut Down 3/22/13 U.S. Department of Transportation Orders Shutdown of Michigan-based Highway Star, Inc. Trucking Company and Driver Involved in Fatal Crash 3/22/13 FMCSA Orders Shutdown of Oklahoma Bus Company for Violating Consent Agreement 3/21/13 NHTSA Unveils "SaferCar' App for iPhones