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About National Transportation Safety Board

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is the federal agency tasked with investigating every civil aviation accident. Besides civil aviation accidents, the NTSB investigates certain public-use aircraft accidents, serious highway accidents, railroad accidents with a fatality or significant property damage, major marine accidents, pipeline accidents involving a fatality or major property damage, hazardous material releases in all forms of transportation, and recurring transportation accidents. When an accident investigation is complete, the NTSB issues safety recommendations that are frequently adopted and become standard safety features in planes, trains, automobiles, pipelines, and marine vessels.

National Transportation Safety Board

490 L'ENFANT PLZ EAST SW
Washington, DC 20594-0001
Phone: 1 (202) 314-6000

Stats

Employer Type: Privately Owned
Facility Operations Manager: William Eisenrauch
Employees (This Location): 350
Employees (All Locations): 440

Major Office Locations

Washington, DC