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FY24−25 Priority Goals


Increase wealth creation opportunities for underserved communities. By September 30, 2025, DOT commits to raise the small disadvantaged business utilization contract award dollars from 18.2% in FY 2021 to 21.5%. In doing so, DOT aims to increase wealth creation opportunities for underserved communities through direct procurement mechanisms.

Aviation Safety

Increase aviation safety for the flying public. By September 30, 2025, the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) will reduce the commercial air carrier fatality rate to below 4.4 fatalities per 100 million persons on board and reduce general aviation fatal accidents to below 0.92 fatal accidents per 100,000 flight hours. Ensure safe integration of Near-Term Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Operations.

High-Performing Core Assets

Improve the condition/performance of Federally funded portions of the Nation’s transportation systems. By September 30, 2025, the Department will be on track to achieve three 2030 long-term goals: Fix the 10 Most Economically Significant Bridges and Repair the 15,000 In-Most-Need Smaller Bridges by 2030; Construct a Total of 30 Staffed Airport Traffic Control Towers (ATCT) and Increase the Number of Zero-Emission Bus Vehicles in the National Transit Fleet by 450% to 7,500 Vehicles.

Roadway Safety

Reduce roadway-related fatalities. DOT carries out a range of critical efforts to reduce roadway fatalities. Based on this work, by September 30, 2025, DOT’s reporting will show that roadway fatalities have decreased from 1.37 per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in calendar year 2021 to the target of 1.22 in calendar year 2023.

National EV Charging Network

Deploy Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act towards a National Network of at least 500,000 EV Chargers by 2030 so that everyone can ride and drive electric. The Joint Office of Energy and Transportation in conjunction with DOT and DOE will support the increased deployment of publicly available EV charging ports to 310,000 by the end of calendar year 2025.

Joint Goal with the Department of Energy