This is a collection of over ten thousand acronyms, abbreviations and keywords taken from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents, Department of Transportation (DOT) documents, Federal Code of Regulations (CFR) -- titles 40 and 49 -- Transportation Law Journal (TLJ), Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy (JTLLP), Association for Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy (ATLLP), and the latest trade journals, such as Traffic World (TW), and TRAINS.
This Web site is authored by David H. Thomas, a graduate of the University of Denver College of Law and a member of the Colorado Bar, and Dan Thomas, an advertising copywriter, and their father, Jack C. Thomas, who devoted his professional life to the fields of transportation and hazardous materials shipping. Jack Thomas taught courses in transportation management in the Denver Public Schools for many years.
This Web site has many of the acronyms, abbreviations and Web sites you are likely to encounter in the fields of transportation management and environmental regulation.
The authors regularly update this Web site. The bracketed sources within many of the entries point to the publications and documents in which the acronyms and abbreviations have appeared.
Here's how it works! From the following list simply click on the first letter or numeral of the acronym or abbreviation you are looking for.