DOT’s freight data exchange processing 65% of US container imports

The Biden administration’s pick to head the first high-level cabinet office dedicated exclusively to freight is setting a high bar for the value her office will bring to the nation’s freight markets.

Deputy Assistant Secretary Allison Camden (Photo: U.S. DOT)
Allison Dane Camden will lead the U.S. Department of Transportation’s new Office of Multimodal Freight Infrastructure and Policy as the first deputy assistant secretary for the office.

Camden brings to the office experience she gained at the Washington State Department of Transportation when she served as deputy assistant secretary for multimodal development and delivery.

Camden spoke with FreightWaves to outline her vision of what government agencies and private companies can expect from her office and from that data portal, Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW), which the Biden administration launched in March 2022.

Camden spoke with FreightWaves to outline her vision of what government agencies and private companies can expect from her office and from that data portal, Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW), which the Biden administration launched in March 2022.

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