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.
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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.
House Democrats' $760 Billion Infrastructure Proposal Has Lots of Funding Proposals, Few Proposed Funding Sources
The "Moving Forward Framework" includes some sensible reforms alongside expensive, dubious policy proposals.
D.C.'s Cash-strapped Public Transit Agency Didn't Know It Had Hundreds of $400 Gold Pins Sitting in Storage
A recent Inspector General's report found the agency had serious problems tracking and managing its inventory.
New proposed regulations from the White House's Council on Environmental Quality would limit how long federal environmental reviews could last.
Brian Kolb was arrested on New Year's Eve for driving under the influence.
This Bicycle Registration Law Gives Police Yet Another Excuse To Punish Insufficiently Meek Citizens
A Montgomery County, Maryland, ordinance authorizes impoundment and misdemeanor charges for cyclists who lack the requisite sticker.
The argument for getting rid of walking on metro station escalators demonstrates the flaws of central planning logic.
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Strict scooter regulations are a loss for choice and mobility.
California Tried To Fine a Company $10,000 for Ordering Blind People Ubers and Lyfts Without a Permit
GoGo Grandparent gives people without smartphones a way to use rideshare services. Regulators think that's a problem.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation's data-sharing requirements for dockless mobility companies have been criticized for invading users' privacy and violating state law.
The city's Board of Supervisors has proposed creating an Office of Emergent Technology to regulate new inventions using public spaces.
It took the TSA multiple weeks to complete its review and conclude that Coke bottles are not a tool of terrorism.
Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Thomas Massie have introduced a bill that would cut federal airport spending while giving airports more freedom to raise their money.
L.A. politicians' continued preference for rail projects is screwing over the bus riders who depend on transit the most.
After state lawmakers boosted the gas tax with a promise to improve California streets, some cities are upsetting drivers by spending millions on so-called 'road diet' projects that reduce the number of lanes for motor vehicles.
The Trump Administration has cut off funding for the budget-busting boondoggle.
State leaders cannot seem to let a bad project die.
These citizen meter maids would be empowered to ticket drivers for parking in bike lanes
This is not the first time a tweet from the Sergeants Benevolent Association has courted controversy.
From high-speed rail to rural broadband, Klobuchar's supposedly bold policy framework reads like a retread of policies pushed by Democrats and Trump.
State lawmakers are warming to the idea of congestion pricing.
L.A. Officials Use Olympics as Cover to Spend $26 Billion on Transit Projects That Have Little to Do With the Games
The government suggestsnew taxes on ridesharing and electric scooters to pay for them.
One California legislator wants to combat global warming with more roadways.
A corrupt boondoggle that broke the bank for subsidized middle-class trips would not have been the flagship for a greener America.
INRIX's 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard highlights the need for congestion pricing and new lanes to combat rush hour traffic.