American long-haul truckers share wisdom from the road on living where you work
A series of DIY crosswalks are being replaced in Los Angeles. City officials say they're clearing the way for a better and safer intersection.
"We've been met with delays, excuses, and inaction from our city government," says the Crosswalk Collective LA. Now, the group has taken matters into its own hands and hopes to spread a DIY message.
Around the world, trucks are essential everyday vehicles. In Pakistan, trucks are also canvases for dazzling works of art. Truck art has served a social good too, and helped recover missing children.
There was plenty of outrage from motorists, some of whom were stranded overnight Monday into Tuesday, posting pleas for help on social media.
Democrats say they're close to a deal on the broad reconciliation bill, but transportation planners are anxious because a short-term extension on federal highway and transit programs runs out Sunday.
The DOT collected $174 million in motor fuels tax revenue last month, state Commissioner of Transportation Russell McMurry told members of the State Transportation Board Thursday. That represents a 9.1% increase over September of last year.
Traffic is picking up in Georgia as the coronavirus pandemic wanes, and it’s reflected in new revenue projections for the state’s toll lanes.
Southwest Airlines flights were delayed across the country Monday night because of a problem with the company's weather data provider. Flights were again delayed on Tuesday.
The subway train derailment occurred on Line 12 at Olivos Station in Mexico City. Photos from the scene show two train cars dangling precariously from the elevated track.
Proposed Georgia rail route would stretch from Savannah, through Atlanta and northward to Nashville.
Transportation secretary nominee Pete Buttigieg made the case for climate action and infrastructure investments at his confirmation hearing. Most senators reacted warmly.
As Americans stayed home during the pandemic, cars and planes produced less heat-trapping emissions. But the effect is only temporary.
Demand for bus travel has dropped sharply during the pandemic, jeopardizing an industry that ordinarily serves many lower-income travelers.
A new policy from American Airlines, the largest airline in the United States, put a limit on the weight of a wheelchair. Now, many power wheelchairs are too heavy to fly on smaller regional jets.