Utah travel advisory votes 27 to 27 for travel advisories
The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced the final voting results of 27 travel advisory votes, which were approved by the Transportation Department’s Travel Advisory Committee, the agency said in a release Monday.
The committee will then meet in order to present its final recommendation to the Transportation Secretary, who is set to make the final decision on the advisories.
The final travel advisory vote will be made public in the coming days, and the recommendations will be presented to the full Transportation Department at its meeting on Oct. 26.
“The department will provide updates on its travel advisory committee meeting as the committee meets,” the release said.
The department’s Travel Director, John O’Brien, said in the release that he is pleased that the advisory committee was able to achieve a unanimous vote on all the recommendations.
“We had a very productive, productive discussion with the public,” O’Briens said.
“It was a good outcome.
We will be watching it closely.”
The advisory committee is composed of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, U.A.E. Regional Administrator and Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, as well as representatives of airlines and others, and it was comprised of representatives from more than 30 U.P. countries, the release stated.
has been one of the most vocal critics of the U.D.A.’s proposed regulations that would impose a $5.2-billion fine on airlines for violating federal air safety rules.
LaHoad told CBC News in a statement Monday that the proposed regulations were not the right response to the recent tragedies.
“I do not support imposing the fine on airline flights,” he said.
He added that the airline industry had been trying for years to come up with alternatives to the proposed federal regulations, including the elimination of some of the additional costs airlines were required to pay.