The agency is trying to raise public awareness about prohibited items.
Customers in Pittsburgh will be randomly given free rides in auto-pilot vehicles.
The holiday will cap off a busy summer travel season that avoided long security lines.
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The goal is to create a driverless car with no steering wheel or pedals.
The federal government awarded $25 million to help railroads install new technology.
A report says Metro doesn't adequately investigate or work to prevent violations.
The new rules target abandoned pipelines that once carried hazardous liquids.
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Seat belt safety can sometimes be overlooked in those transportation modes.
Clinton says her proposal would "put Americans to work."
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The company was accused of selling devices meant to cheat emissions regulations.
The system, which automatically slows a speeding train, will eventually be required by law.
The requirement goes into effect in October.
The transit agency is adding more weekend work to its yearlong repair plan.
"All it takes is one airline to experience an outage and thousands of passengers could be stranded."
The EPA and Transportation Department have expanded on standards first set in 2012.
“I did approach the booth to talk to them, but I never shook either one’s hand," says Art Halvorson.
There were 13 people on board the bus, but no one was injured.
Critics have worried the Federal Transportation Administration lacks teeth.
The van driver is accused of raping a 51-year-old disabled passenger.
A rule would measure performance by a train’s punctuality at all stops along a route.
The announcement comes in the wake of a train derailment last month.