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Pennsylvania Ave.A natural gas pipeline explosion in Allentown last February that killed five people, and a series of other pipeline-related accidents throughout the country, spurred Congress to work on improving federal safety rules. Last week congressional leaders...
Sun SentinelA woman’s airport visit to meet her husband, who was arriving from a flight, turned deadly when she tripped in a roadway and a charter bus ran over her. It forced the normally hectic four-lane arrivals section of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood...
After a 2012 focused on major long-term energy issues, the Legislature retreated a bit from high profile energy legislation this year. Instead, attention was more narrowly focused on altering existing laws regarding the construction of nuclear power...
Airlines continue to reap handsome payoffs from the extra fees they charge for checked bags and other travel-related services. Sixteen U.S. passenger airlines collected $841 million in baggage fees and $610 million for reservation cancellation and change...
ReutersANN ARBOR, Michigan (Reuters) - Cars that "talk" to each other to avoid crashes or traffic jams, like those being tested here, will save lives but the cost of the systems will determine consumers' acceptance of such technology, the U.S. transportation...
ReutersBy Ben Klayman ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 14 (Reuters) - Cars that "talk" to each other to avoid crashes or traffic jams, like those being tested here, will save lives but the cost of the systems will determine consumers' acceptance of such technology, the U....
PRESSURE COOKER-AIRPORT ARREST Nephew: Man mistakenly jailed for pressure cooker DETROIT (AP) — The nephew of a Saudi man arrested at Detroit Metropolitan Airport says the case is a misunderstanding, and that the pressure cooker his uncle was...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — A dedication ceremony is planned for a $22.8 million bridge replacement project in Ann Arbor. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Democratic Congressman John Dingell are among those expected on hand for the event Tuesday...
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Five air traffic control towers in Maryland that are part of 149 "low activity" towers nationwide will remain open through the end of the September, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Friday. The towers, including those at Martin State...
JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation's largest banks, survived the financial crisis better than most — only to have the $6 billion "London Whale" trading loss last year expose embarrassing flaws in its accounting and risk controls. Influential...
Every month, the U.S. Department of Transportation releases a fascinating window into the American aviation system, and it's there for everyone to see. The Air Travel Consumer Report usually is released at the second week of each month, with a head-...
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a controversial rail yard serving the harbor, setting the stage for possible court challenges alleging violations of environmental and civil rights laws. The proposal to build a center for trains...
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