President Bush last week nominated Mary Peters to serve as the next Transportation Secretary, choosing a candidate with substantial Washington experience in ground transportation but limited exposure to the aviation industry. Peters headed the Federal Highway Administration from October 2001 to July 2005; before that, she was director of the Arizona Transportation Department. The Air Transport Association said Bush made an "outstanding nomination" and said Peters will play a key role ...
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