NAICS Code
926120 - Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs

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North American Industry Classification System Code 926120 - Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs

NAICS Code 926120 - Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs

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Get information about this North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code and its related General Liability, National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) and Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes.

Learn more about the NAICS 926120 in the Public Administration sector and its related General Liability, NCCI, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NAICS Code 926120?

The description for the NAICS Code 926120 - Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs is:

This Industry Comprises Government Establishments Primarily Engaged In The Administration, Regulation, Licensing, Planning, Inspection, and Investigation Of Transportation Services and Facilities. Included In This Industry Are Government Establishments Responsible For Motor Vehicle and Operator Licensing, The Coast Guard (except The Coast Guard Academy), and Parking Authorities.

  • Aircraft inspection, government
  • Coast Guard (except academy)
  • Federal Aviation Administration (except air traffic control)
  • Licensing of transportation equipment, facilities, and services
  • Merchant Marine (except academy)
  • Motor carrier licensing and inspection offices
  • Motor vehicle licensing offices, government
  • National Transportation Safety Board
  • Port authorities and districts, nonoperating
  • Public transportation commissions, nonoperating
  • Railroad and warehouse commissions, nonoperating
  • Transit systems and authorities, nonoperating
  • Transportation departments, nonoperating
  • Transportation regulatory agencies
  • Transportation safety programs, government



What Are The Related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code(s) 926120?

The related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code 926120 - Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs is:

  • Operating airports, railroads, depots, ports, toll roads and bridges, and other transportation facilities--are classified in Sector 48-49, Transportation and Warehousing;
  • Operating parking lots and parking garages--are classified in Industry 812930, Parking Lots and Garages;
  • Operating automobile safety inspection and emission testing facilities--are classified in Industry Group 8111, Automotive Repair and Maintenance;
  • Building and/or maintaining roads and highways--are classified in Industry 237310, Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction;
  • Providing air traffic control services--are classified in U.S. Industry 488111, Air Traffic Control; and
  • Operating weigh stations--are classified in Industry 488490, Other Support Activities for Road Transportation.



NAICS Code 926120 - The Bottom Line

The North American Industry Classification System NAICS Code for Regulation and Administration Of Transportation Programs is 926120 in the Public Administration sector.

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