Current law requires most U.S. trains to be automated by Dec. 2015.
Federal funding for highways and the FAA are set to expire in the next few weeks.
The VP is a well-known frequent passenger of the rail service.
They said it would be “daunting if not impossible” to get consent for flights.
TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger defended the airport security agency's large workforce.
The estimate is the lowest level for Labor Day fuel prices since 2004.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is scheduled to speak at Washington's Union Station.
The company is under fire for allegedly violating the Motor Vehicle Safety Act.
The FAA this year drafted rules for commercial drones.
The Teamsters union has a simple message: Get serious about a transportation bill.
The state is considering a 12-cent increase in the tax.
Congress is set to vote this fall on a proposal to lift the ban on crude oil exports.
The firm just finished a $1.2 billion fundraising round in China.
Tea Party insurgent Art Halvorson is seeking a rematch against Rep. Bill Shuster.
Gas prices were $2.51 on Monday, according to federal data.
Her office had no comment on the D.C. flights during correspondents' dinner weekend.
The Labor Day weekend boost follows a thwarted train attack by a terrorist in France.
She said the company puts taxi drivers out of work.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (Va.) is being accused of hypocrisy on D.C. Metro funding.
4.1 million passengers are expected to stay home because of road and air congestion.
Regulators are trying to reduce the number of deadly accidents.
A federal judge has ruled that Uber drivers in the state can file a lawsuit together.
One of the company's station in Richmond, Va. was ruled to be out of compliance.
Voters were asked about paying a potential 28 cents-per-gallon gas tax.