Lawmakers will look at progress toward implementing Positive Train Control.
Proposed rules aim to cut emissions from heavy-duty trucks and buses by 1 billion metric tons.
Rep. Mike Rogers said the airport security breaches are "unfathomable."
The measure calls for spending approximately $1.65 billion annually on Amtrak.
The state is followed by Nevada, Utah, Pennsylvania and Missouri.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal called for the Department of Justice to review ticket pricing.
Top Democrats say they want to find a "fair, reasonable and responsible path forward."
The recommendations come after the DOT completed a Safety Management Inspection of the agency.
"This is straight out of the Republicans' playbook," the minority leader said.
The GOP budget guru rules out a gas tax hike to pay for roads.
Lawmakers are holding a hearing on the possibility of a long-term infrastructure bill.
Regulators are expected to release concerns in a new report on Wednesday.
Feinstein's bill would require that drones be equipped with collision-avoidance software.
50 percent of transit users think passengers' cellphone conversations are annoying.
The rules will apply to new 18-wheelers and intercity buses.
"I’m committed to working to get us as close to that goal as possible," he said.
The Department of Transporation rules now only apply to pilots of passenger planes.
Public transportation advocates are pushing drivers to ditch their cars in favor of transit.
The trophy was reportedly delayed on its journey to the National Hockey League champions.
The industry is taking a "comprehensive reassessment" after criticism.
“Americans’ privacy rights shouldn’t stop at the treetops,” said Sen. Ron Wyden.
The decision adds fuel to a debate moving through the courts.
Senate Democrats say it will be difficult to pass a short-term highway extension.
Rep. Steve Cohen is trying to stop the airline industry's proposal through legislation.