Calgary-based Canadian Pacific Railway has been making overtures to Norfolk Southern.
Takata has been accussed of "widespread manipulation" of air bag inflation tests.
The state is lowering its fuel levy by 2.2 cents per gallon.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz is seeking information about bonuses paid since 2011.
The International Civil Aviation Organization is enacting an "interim" ban on April 1.
Advocates want to tax drivers based on how many miles they travel, instead of at the pump.
A Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Uber driver killed six people in a shooting spree on Saturday.
DOT officials said 3.148 trillion miles were traveled last year.
The request will reportedly come Monday.
The long-delayed line will start running on Feb. 27.
Federal officials expanded new visa limits to include Libya, Yemen and Somalia.
The lawsuit argues that federal law prohibits the FAA from regulating recreational drones.
"That is a robust investment," Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said.
The Surface Transportation Board is moving to reverse a mandate that favors passenger trains.
A report cites "numerous internal documents and emails."
Grants will awarded through the 2016 TIGER grant program.
A executive with Uber said its system was "very comprehensive."
The FAA's Feb. 19 deadline to register drones has passed.
The president said he phoned the mayor, police chief and sheriff in Kalamazoo.
The study argues that U.S. fuel prices are likely to remain low for the foreseeable future.
Lyft claims Uber has made “abusive and harassing” requests.
Thirty-three percent of drivers who have been recently ticketed said they drive a Lexus sedan.
He'll be the first president to visit the country in almost 90 years.
He would be the first president to visit Cuba since 1928.