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The causes and impacts of flight delays and cancellations continue to be a key concern for Congress, the Department of Transportation, the airline industry, and the flying public.
On Jul 27, 2007, we issued our baseline report resulting from our initial monitoring of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.
This review is a follow-up to our June 1998 report of the Los Angeles Metro Rail Red Line Project. In this review, we:(1) examined the project’s cost estimates, construction schedule, and funding,
This report provides the results of our baseline reviews of four projects identified as "mega" projects. Mega projects are those projects estimated to cost over $1 billion or having congressional interest.
DOT Does Not Have An Effective Enterprise Architecture Program For Management Of Information Technology Changes
On April 17, 2012, we issued a report on the results of our audit of DOT’s enterprise architecture (EA) program.
This report presents the results of our review of reported near mid–air collisions (NMACs) in the New York metropolitan airspace.
On March 3, 2008 we issued our report on use of the National Airspace System (NAS). Our audit was conducted at the request of Representative John L. Mica, then Chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee.
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The Success of FAA's Long-Term Plan for Air Traffic Facility Realignments and Consolidations Depends on Addressing Key Technical, Financial, and Workforce Challenges
On July 17, 2012, we issued a report on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) plans for consolidating and realigning its air traffic control facilities. FAA operates 561 manned air traffic facilities nationwide, many of which are deteriorat
In this follow-up to our August 2003 report, we found that the Department is making progress in reducing the number of delinquent and charged-off travel card accounts.