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Exhibit I – Research and Technology Administration FY 2011

This exhibit shows an organizational chart for the FY 2011 Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) of the number of full time employees (FTE) and full time permanent employees (FTP) by office. There are a total of 688 FTE and 773 FTP. In the Office of the Administrator which include the Deputy Administrator and Office of Civil Rights, there are 5 FTE and 5 FTP. Nine offices report to the Office of the Administrator: Office of Research, Development and Technology has 15 FTE and 26 FTP; Bureau of Transportation Statistics has 42 FTE and 81 FTE; Office of Administration has 16 FTE and 21 FTP; Office of Chief Counsel has 4 FTE and 4 FTP; Office of Budget and Finance has 6 FTE and 8 FTP; Office of Governmental, International and Public Affairs has 8 FTE and 8 FTP. RITA has a reimbursable account, Airline Transportation Statistics which has 19 FTE and 19 FTP. Also, RITA has two fee for service organizations: VOLPE National Transportation Systems Center which has 532 FTE and 550 FTP; and the Transportation Safety Institute which has 41 FTE and 51 FTP.

Exhibit I – Research and Technology Administration FY 2012

This exhibit shows an organizational chart for the FY 2012 Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) of the number of full time employees (FTE) and full time permanent employees (FTP) by office. There are a total of 688 FTE and 773 FTP. In the Office of the Administrator which include the Deputy Administrator and Office of Civil Rights, there are 5 FTE and 5 FTP. Nine offices report to the Office of the Administrator: Office of Research, Development and Technology has 15 FTE and 26 FTP; Bureau of Transportation Statistics has 42 FTE and 81 FTE; Office of Administration has 16 FTE and 21 FTP; Office of Chief Counsel has 4 FTE and 4 FTP; Office of Budget and Finance has 6 FTE and 8 FTP; Office of Governmental, International and Public Affairs has 8 FTE and 8 FTP. RITA has a reimbursable account, Airline Transportation Statistics which has 19 FTE and 19 FTP. Also, RITA has two fee for service organizations: VOLPE National Transportation Systems Center which has 532 FTE and 550 FTP; and the Transportation Safety Institute which has 41 FTE and 51 FTP.

Figure 1 - Civil Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Coordination structure.

This figure shows an organizational chart of the structure. 

Figure 1 - Civil Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Coordination structure.  This figure shows an organizational chart of the structure. 

  • Secretary of Transportation
    • DOT Pos/Nav Executive Committee
      • Chair: OST/S-3
      • Exec Sec : RITA
      • FAA
      • FTA
      • PHMSA
      • FHWA
      • MARAD
      • RITA
      • FMCSA
      • NHTSA
      • SLSDC
      • FRA
      • OST
        • DOT Pos/Nav Working Group
          • Chair: RITA
      • DOT Extended Pos/Nav Executive Committee
        • Chair: OST/S-3
        • Exec Sec : RITA
        • DOT
        • DOI
        • DOS
        • DHS
        • JPDO
        • USCG
        • DOC
        • NASA
        • USDA
          • DOT Extended Pos/Nav Working Group
            • Chair: RITA
          • CGSIC
            • Chair: RITA
            • USCG – Deputy Chair

Diagram

A pyramid diagram that shows how multimodal transportation safety data  is synthesized, collected, processed and analyzed.  Data flows from the bottom of the pyramid to the apex – one layer at a time.  The layers from the bottom to top are the following:

  • Centralized and Standardized Safety Data (SDAP)
  • Safety Research (Safety Council, Modes)
  • Safety Policy and Programs (Safety Council, Modes)
  • Reduced Injuries and Fatalities

Map

A map of the continental United States that shows the location of intermodal passenger transportation ports that includes major airports, ferry, local ferry/transit and rail ports.  Most of the ports are concentrated in the major metropolitan areas.

Map

A map of the United States that shows the value for all modes shipment  modes in 2007.  The data classes in millions of dollars are the following:

  • $1,166,608 to $1,341,220: California and Texas
  • $355,503 to $639,177: Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida
  • $182,785 to $269,932: Washington, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia, Louisiana, Massachusetts and Alabama
  • $90,753 to $164,820: Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Arkansas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut and Rhode Island
  • $2,876 to $76,148: Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Nevada , New Mexico, West Virginia, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Alaska and Hawaii

Chart

Number of Large Carrier Flights with Tarmac Delays of More than Three Hours, by Month vertical bar chart.

  • Oct 2008, 46
  • Nov 2008, 7
  • Dec 2008, 183
  • Jan 2009, 85
  • Feb 2009, 40
  • Mar 2009, 85
  • Apr 2009, 74
  • May 2009, 34
  • Jun 2009, 268
  • Jul 2009, 161
  • Aug 2009, 66
  • Sep 2009, 6
  • Oct 2009, 11
  • Nov 2009, 4
  • Dec 2009, 34
  • Jan 2010, 20
  • Feb 2010, 60
  • Mar 2010, 25
  • Apr 2010, 4
  • May 2010, 1
  • Jun 2010, 3
  • Jul 2010, 3
  • Aug 2010, 1
  • Sep 2010, 4
  • Oct 2010, 0
  • Nov 2010, 0