Transportation Security Subcommittee

The Transportation Security Subcommittee has sole jurisdiction over all Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security matters, including the security of passengers and cargo within the U.S. aviation system and TSA’s work to secure various modes of surface transportation such as mass transit systems, railroads, trucks, and pipelines.

Republican Members

Mike Rogers


Earl L. "Buddy" Carter


Mark Walker


John Ratcliffe


Democrat Members

Kathleen M. Rice


William R. Keating


Donald M. Payne


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