Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) is touring construction sites in his home state.
Paul touted a proposal to tax oversees profits to pay for a new highway bill.
Ryan has suggested a temporary extension of a highway funding measure that is set to expire in May.
The agency said a 10-year timetable established by regulators is “excessively long.”
The unclaimed money can be used by the agency for airport security operations.
The federal rules would limit off-road vehicle speeds to 15 mph when seat belts are not used.
Both states had enacted bans in a national standoff over Indiana's religious freedom law.
Anthony Foxx said a long-term deal is still possible despite a looming deadline.
The figure is part of a 126,000 job increase in overall U.S. employment.
Anthony Foxx said the U.S. is the "gold standard" of airplane safety.
The challenge alleges the FAA’s rules don’t go far enough to protect privacy.
The Germanwings crash has raised questions about pilots' mental health.
Gasoline prices will average $2.45 per gallon this summer, down from last year's $3.59.
Low fuel prices have prompted discussion about increasing the gas tax.
The agency was hit by a "known virus" but found no damage, it said.
Officials had said they might have to cut service between Indianapolis and Chicago.
Lawmakers are facing a May 31 deadline for extending federal highway programs.
A flight attendants' union is criticizing Kidman for appearing in the spot.
Tom Perez said the deal he helped broker has improved the flow of cargo at West Coast ports.
Service between Portland and Eugene, Ore., may be cut.
The department wants to use a commercial service to help track down suspects.
The date is two months later than expected, giving Congress a cushion to pass highway funds.
The state is the latest to get ahead of Washington on increasing transportation funding.
The former rep called the president "a deranged pilot flying his entire nation into the rocks."