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A struggling, costly boondoggle sees a much friendlier administration taking charge.
Coronavirus Closures Make It Hard for Truckers To Get a Meal, Yet Some States Still Refuse To Let Food Trucks Operate at Rest Stops
The federal government has given states permission to open up highway rest stops to food truck service. Many are deciding to keep their protectionist bans in place.
The Federal Government Is Spending $60 Billion To Keep Mostly Empty Commercial Planes Flying Over the U.S.
Pending minimum service rules would require airlines to keep operating a certain number of flights, regardless of how little demand there is for air travel.
Local governments that remove development restrictions near transit would have a better chance of scoring federal transit funding grants.
City officials have suggested replacing current vehicles might be necessary.
The president's gift underscores how little consumers of road and rail pay for the infrastructure they use.
Members of both parties will fight tooth and nail to preserve their transportation pork.
Simplifying the rules could save lives on the highway.
The Department of Transportation will experiment with expanding what commercial uses are allowed.
New federal legislation is more likely to hinder rather than help the development of autonomous vehicles.
Trump's abandoned "skinny budget" would have cut wasteful rail spending.
The United Airlines Incident Does Not Require New Laws, Despite What Chris Christie Says. It Could Have Been Resolved by Intelligent Use of Markets.
The beaten-up Dao does not seem to have violated any contractual term that would give United the right to have him violently removed.
Innovation is an opportunity for some to expand government power.
"All government needs to do for the next transportation revolution [is to] get out of the road."
Can we start with the CIA?
Peter Pan's Revenge: Chinatown Bus Operator Fung Wah May Be Closed For Good Because the Government Won't Give it a Parking Spot
How a "big dog" bus company worked with regulators to crush a competitor.
Why Does This Detroit Man Have to Walk 21 Miles to Get Back and Forth from Work Every Day? Because the Government Runs the Buses.
A blockbuster story in the Detroit Free Press highlights the failures of government transportation policy.
"They took a man's livelihood and threw it in the dirt."
Mulling one step forward, mulling one step back
The iconic Chinatown bus service was destroyed by regulatory incompetence
Federal loan for high-stakes gamble on train tourism will not be considered
Senate votes unanimously
Mayor Anthony Foxx had said he would step down at the end of the year to spend more time with his family
Listening to the peasants is so annoying
Six-block project for urban recreational activities
Recommends more regulations
LA's mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa, may be his replacement
Where's the private support?
Who wants to give up those percs?