Peters confirmed as DOT Secretary

Early last month, the U.S. Senate confirmed Mary Peters as Secretary of Transportation. A former Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration, Peters succeeds Norman Y. Mineta, the longest-serving DOT Secretary. Mary is an innovative thinker who will work with state and local leaders to confront challenges and solve problems, said President George W. Bush. I look forward to working with her

Early last month, the U.S. Senate confirmed Mary Peters as Secretary of Transportation. A former Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration, Peters succeeds Norman Y. Mineta, the longest-serving DOT Secretary.

“Mary is an innovative thinker who will work with state and local leaders to confront challenges and solve problems,” said President George W. Bush. “I look forward to working with her to reduce highway and aviation congestion, modernize our nation's infrastructure and increase the efficiency of travel in our country.”

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