civil transportation

civil transportation

The movement of persons, property, or mail by civil facilities, and the resources (including storage, except that for agricultural and petroleum products) necessary to accomplish the movement. (Excludes transportation operated or controlled by the military as well as petroleum and gas pipelines.)
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Districts should always include civil transportation leaders when planning any new program that requires busing students.
She said it consolidates overlapping efforts and mandates of various agencies in relation to investigating civil transportation accidents.
Garcia noted that developed countries, like United States, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Australia and other European countries have created independent and separate bodies that handle civil transportation accident probes in their respective countries.
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The demand is huge owing to large investments in the projects associated with civil transportation and waste management.
The safety board, which is the federal agency responsible for investigating major civil transportation accidents, will release additional details after investigators determine the probable cause of the crash.
Three officials from the NTSB, a US federal agency that investigates civil transportation accidents, will be joined by teams from the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing, an NTSB spokesman told the German Press Agency DPA.