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    NTSB updates ‘most wanted’ list of transportation improvements

    June 28, 2011

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    Washington – The National Transportation Safety Board on June 23 released its updated list of "most wanted" transportation safety improvements.

    This year’s list is accessible on a newly designed website and features 10 issues the board plans to highlight in its advocacy efforts during the next year. The issues on the new “Most Wanted List” are:

    • Promote pilot and air traffic controller professionalism
    • Address human fatigue
    • Promote teen driving safety
    • Improve general aviation safety
    • Improve motorcycle safety
    • Require safety management systems
    • Improve runway safety
    • Address alcohol-impaired driving
    • Improve bus occupant safety
    • Require image and onboard data recorders

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