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FAA Quizzes Web users for better safety
Tuesday - 5/25/2010, 11:51am EDT
Today's show highlights work by the FAA Office of Runway Safety.
Director Wes Timmons discusses the methods his office uses to achieve its mission of reducing runway incursions -- when an airplane ventures onto a runway without clearance.
- A national safety campaign spurred by one of those online quizzes.
- Automated software to analyze and prevent runway incursions.
- Actions underway to reduce an increasing number of runway incursions
- Oversight responsibilities
- Office structure
- The Runway Safety Council, a group Timmons' office launched to find the root causes of runway incursions