MD Transport has developed this site as a public resource for individuals wanting information about the MD Transport and the services we offer
MD Transport only collects personal information that you choose to give us (for example, your e-mail address when you e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org). We do not accept complaints or appeals under the Acts through our web site or via e-mail, to minimize the amount of personal information collected over the Internet.
Any personal information you provide will be used to respond to your message and/or provide you with the requested information, service or product.
We do not collect your personal information if you browse or download from our web site. To the extent that our web server may collect IP addresses, that information is used only for the operation and security of our web site and cannot identify a specific person directly.
E-mail Communications From MD Transport
If you do not wish to receive e-mail communications from IPC regarding new resources and the work the Office is undertaking, you may e-mail us at email@example.com or you may click on the link at the bottom of any form mail or newsletter communication from us to indicate that you do not wish to receive future e-mails.
A cookie is a small file containing certain pieces of information that a website creates when you visit the site. It can track how and when you use a site, which site you visited immediately before, and it can store that information about you. A cookie is not a program, code or plug-in. Cookies used by MD Transport do not contain personally identifying information, do not give us access to anything on your hard drive, and cannot do anything to your computer.
There are two common types of cookies, “session cookies” and “persistent cookies.” Session cookies store information only for the length of time that you are connected to a website – they are written to a temporary location on your hard drive. Once you leave the website, the originator of the cookie no longer has the information that was contained on it.
The information stored in “persistent cookies” is written onto your hard drive and remains there until the expiry date of the cookie. Our website uses one persistent cookie that makes it easier for your computer to interact with the dynamic content on our site. This cookie contains a random number – no personally identifying information is contained in it and the IPC does not use this cookie for tracking purposes.
Currently, browsers other than IE6 (and later versions) and FireFox do not distinguish between session cookies and persistent cookies. You do not have to accept cookies to access or search the IPC website. If you are concerned about having your browser enabled to accept cookies while you are surfing other websites, we recommend that you enable your browser to notify you when it is receiving a cookie. This enables you to accept or reject any cookie presented by the web server you are visiting.
You may contact us by any of the means outlined on our website.