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Transportation

The Transportation Department regulates intrastate transportation for hire by motor carriers of passengers and household goods on the public highways of the State of Nebraska. The Department also conducts safety inspections as part of the Federal Railroad Administration’s State Railroad Safety Participation Program.

Our philosophy is to promote and encourage safe, dependable, responsive, and adequate transportation across the state of Nebraska.

Jamie Reyes has served as the Transportation Director and State Railroad Safety Program Manager since November 2016. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Ms. Reyes earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Nebraska College of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Ms. Reyes is a 2017 alumna of the State of Nebraska’s Government Leadership Certificate Program. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Nebraska, and a member of the Nebraska State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Passenger Carriers

The Department regulates the rates, services, and safety of all intrastate for-hire motor carriers transporting passengers in the state. Carrier types include taxicabs, open class, special party and charter, and limousines. Learn more...

Household Goods Movers

The Department regulates the rates, services and safety of all intrastate for-hire motor carriers carrying household goods in the state. Learn more...

Transportation Network Companies

Transportation Network Companies provide prearranged transportation services using an online-enabled application or platform to connect passengers with participating drivers using a personal vehicle. Learn more...

Railroad Safety Program

The Department conducts safety inspections to ensure compliance with federal and state railroad safety regulations. Learn more...

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