Auto transport professionals around the United States of America will be happy to hear that United States Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has just announced that America will be putting more money to work training the transportation professionals America will need in the years ahead in the century of the environment to make sure the transportation needs of America are provided for. America will be investing about $13.8 million in grants to eight American University Transportation Centers around the United States to help them create and conduct advanced research and education programs to address the transportation challenges America will face in the coming days.
The money will be provided by the Department of Transportation's Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) and will help the eight American University Transportation Centers in question do research work that supports the current work being done by the USDOT on the car hauling transportation systems of America.
This investment in the transportation industry of America is good news for the vehicle transport industry of the United States as this kind of investment is integral to the future of the transport industry of America. Educating the new transportation professionals of America is a essential element to creating a 21st century transportation system that will allow the United States to lead the world in green transport technologies and systems. This announcement will also help take the United States further down the road to a more modern transportation system and keep the United States in the lead in the development of new transport systems and professionals to keep the trucks rolling.