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Organization Structure

The Office of Transit Safety and Oversight has three Program Offices including the:

Under MAP-21, Congress granted FTA authority to directly oversee the safety of operations for all modes of public transportation.  In October 2015, at the direction of the Secretary of Transportation, FTA began asserting direct safety authority of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA’s) Metrorail system.”

Learn more about the Office Leadership.

Organization Chart

  • Associate Administrator
    • Deputy Associate Administrator
    • Administrative Officer
    • Stakeholder Management
    • Administrative Assistant
    • Director, Office of System Safety
      • Safety Management Systems
      • Training & Tech Assistance
      • Data Analysis & Reporting
      • Accident Investigation/Engineering
    • Director, Office of Safety Review
      • Drug & Alcohol Compliance
      • Emergency Management & Public Safety
      • Transit Safety Oversight
    • Director, Office of Program Oversight
      • Oversight Reviews & Grantee Workshops
      • Technical Assistance & Training
      • Performance Analysis & Reporting
      • Quality Assurance
Last updated: Tuesday, May 21, 2019