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The Chain Gang - Orlando SentinelAccording to the League of American Bicyclists: “The U.S. Department of Transportation is required by the new transportation law to establish national safety goals and performance measures to guide the states. Right now, they are NOT proposing any...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith less than a week remaining before federal budget cuts could go into effect, federal agencies and parks, the military, hospitals, doctors, and Hagerstown Regional Airport, prepare for the ramifications if Congress fails to pass legislation to avoid it...
The Hartford CourantAfter five days adrift in the Gulf of Mexico with no working toilets, sewage oozing down walls and no air conditioning in their cabins, passengers on the Carnival Triumph cruise ship were offered a full refund, reimbursed on-board expenses, a free...
Tribune reporterA former Des Plaines police commander stands accused of padding DUI arrest records to get federal grant money and was charged with one count of making false information, federal authorities announced today. Timothy Veit, 55, of Mount Prospect, is...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Prosecution, Police Arrests
When Maryland utilities replace their gas pipelines, customers have had to fork out extra money afterward — not during. But that's poised to change. Both chambers of Maryland's General Assembly, citing safety concerns, approved measures this...
PIERRE — A man who caused a fatal accident while texting behind the wheel and the widow of the man who died told state lawmakers Friday it’s time for South Dakota to join the other 39 states that have banned texting while driving. Justin...
If the airlines lost your luggage last year, you are among a few unlucky passengers. Very few. During 2012, the nation's largest airlines reported the lowest rate of lost or mishandled luggage since federal officials began keeping the data in 1987....
Tags: Punishment, Transportation, Air Transportation, Travel, Fines
Valley 610In the wake of a gas line explosion that killed five Allentown residents, city officials have been awarded a $50,000 grant to improve gas detection technology in the city and to general national awareness on the issue. The grant, which was awarded by...
Sun SentinelThe U.S. Department of Transportation has fined United Airlines $130,000 for violating tarmac delay regulations, the federal agency said Monday. Last May, United failed to tell customers on a delayed flight at Chicago O’Hare International...
L.A. NOWScapadas Magicas LLC, the company that owns the tour bus involved in the deadly crash Sunday on California 38 that killed eight people and left dozens injured, is "an imminent hazard to public safety" and must close immediately, federal officials said...
L.A. NOWThe passengers on a runaway bus that apparently lost its brakes in a fatal weekend accident near Yucaipa clung to each other and said a prayer before the bus rolled down the hillside, killing seven people....
L.A. NOWThe Tijuana-based agency that contracted the bus that flipped on a mountain road near Yucaipa suspended operations as investigators continued to comb the wreckage of the crash, which killed seven people and injured dozens of others....
Feb 19, 2013 | Orlando Sentinel
Feb 22, 2013 |Story| Herald Mail
Feb 23, 2013 |Column| Hartford Courant
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