Despite crashes on Metro-North, 2013 is on pace for only a slight uptick, The Hill found.
The commuter railway is being required to submit a new safety plan by Dec. 31.
The Obama administration still refuses to acknowledge the validity of the zone, which sits over the Senkaku islands, known as Diaoyu in China, in the East China Sea.
That said, Vice President Biden pressed Chinese President Xi Jinping, to ease the identification and notification requirements for military and civilian aircraft traveling through the contested area.
The transportation sector gained nearly 31,000 jobs in November as the national unemployment rate fell to seven percent, according to statistics released by the Department of Labor on Friday.
The Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics said there were 4,534,600 jobs in transportation in November, compared to 4,504,100 in October.
Southwest and Virgin America airlines have won flights to New York’s LaGuardia Airport that are being vacated by American Airlines as part of its merger with US Airways, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
This week's deadly crash in New York sparked new calls for the automated crash-aversion system.
State lawmakers in Missouri are considering a $1.7 billion package of tax incentives that are intended to woo airplane manufacturer Boeing to build airplanes in their state, The Associated Press...
Officials in Cincinnati, Ohio, have slammed the brakes on a streetcar project that was poised to win nearly $45 million in grants from the federal government, The Associated Press reports.
The Cincinnati City Council voted 5-4 to stop construction on the streetcar, which is projected to cost $133 million overall, according to the report.
The Vermont lawmaker took to the streets to push for the reform of a biofuel program.