Pete Buttigieg attracted some criticism for taking time off. But it's telling that no one initially realized he was gone.
D.C. transit officials have known since 2017 about a safety defect in its 7000 series cars that caused a derailment last week.
An Anonymous Jokester Installed a 'Merge Simpson' Sign Near a Portland Interstate. City Killjoys Took It Down.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation said that the sign was a safety hazard and therefore had to go.
TSA security screenings led to more driving and thus more auto deaths. Mandating vaccines on airplanes could have a similar effect.
The company successfully launched four amateur astronauts into orbit as part of its privately financed "Inspiration4" mission.
The number of people spending more than 90 minutes getting to work has grown 45 percent over the past decade, according to a new study.
The bill would strip New York of federal transit funding if Manhattan-bound Garden State motorists aren't spared from new tolls.
A congestion pricing proposal would have drivers pay $6.50 every time they enter a downtown zone.
New $1.2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan To Be Partially Funded By Stepped Up IRS Enforcement
President Joe Biden announced today that he'd reached an agreement on an infrastructure package with a group of 10 moderate senators.
A grant revoked under President Donald Trump will be returned.
The company has agreed to purchase 15 supersonic airliners from Denver-based aerospace startup Boom.
The company's 15-year "Corridor Vision" also asks Congress for the power to sue private railroads that don't prioritize its passenger trains.
President Biden signed a bill Monday that temporarily waives the regulation. Why not just repeal the law?
Republicans and Democrats Endorse Concept, but Gloss Over Details, of Funding Infrastructure With User Fees
A federal mileage-based user fee is still years away, and there's very little political support for a federal gas tax hike.
More than half of Americans don’t have these new licenses. Airports are supposed to start checking them by October.
Advocates of high-speed rail have been overpromising and underdelivering for decades, but Biden just raised the bar.
Biden Administration Affirms Support for Protectionist Jones Act, Throwing Hawaiians, Puerto Ricans to the Sharks
Pandering to maritime unions means higher costs and harsher lives for coastal minority populations.
Plus: No Section 230 repeal in defense bill, Pelosi nixes Amash amendment on cannabis bill, New Mexico teen sues over wrongful arrest, and more...
The Incoming Biden Administration Raises the Possibility of More Infrastructure Weeks and More Infrastructure Spending
More spending doesn't necessarily mean better results.
A struggling, costly boondoggle sees a much friendlier administration taking charge.
Passenger airlines are demanding another $25 billion in taxpayer support to prevent mass layoffs.
Abolishing fares could lead to even more federal aid for L.A. Metro, which has already received a $861.9 million bailout this year.
Leasing state toll roads could provide the revenue states need to improve their balance sheets.
The Trump administration has expanded a bipartisan drive to commercialize more of NASA's space operations.
San Francisco Judge Rules Drivers With Ride-Sharing Companies Are Employees. Uber Warns It'll Have To Raise Prices By as Much as 111 Percent.
Plus: Federal government spent $250 billion on expanded unemployment benefits, Joe Biden's V.P. pick is "imminent," and Ben Shapiro takes on Cardi B
Two American astronauts splashed down to Earth after over 60 days aboard the International Space Station
Licensing laws can be weaponized to chill speech.
As the state deals with budget cuts and deficits, some boosters still fight to keep construction going.
Senate Republicans have proposed a far more modest reauthorization of federal surface transportation spending programs that are set to expire in September.
Today's Crew Dragon launch marks the first time a private company has sent humans into orbit.
Unless you are especially dedicated to seeing the world and willing to run a gauntlet of hassles to do so, travel is poised to become a more local activity.
Transit wonks are debating which mode of transportation was most responsible for the country's worst COVID-19 outbreak.
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.
A lot of industries and individuals are suffering right now. A select few corporations are getting big bailouts.
Public Transit Advocates Ask for $12.8 Billion Bailout To Cope With 75 Percent Revenue Drop Related to Coronavirus
Public transit was already in decline before the COVID-19 outbreak. Now transit agencies are teetering on the brink of collapse.
Truckers Are Rushing Supplies to Empty Store Shelves During Coronavirus Crisis. Will Regulators Get Out of the Way?
The churn of new emergency regulatory waivers and restrictions is causing confusion for American manufacturers and freight haulers.
This is what happens when you think all of America looks like the Acela corridor.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) claims political motivations are delaying federal approval of a plan to charge drivers entering Manhattan a congestion fee.
Rep. Brad Sherman (D–Calif) has introduced a bill to mandate ground collision detection systems on all helicopters.