A top fuel manufacturer is threatening to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to...
Protesters blocked the 14th Street Bridge, a major Washington thoroughfare.
Records show 25 near-misses in the past six months, The Washington Post reported.
A House Democrat is pushing lawmakers to revive a tax break for commuters who take public...
The District of Columbia's nonvoting delegate argued that retiring lawmakers from Texas and...
The company has said it would be able to offer trans-Atlantic flights for $150 each way.
Average fuel prices in the U.S. hit $2.81 per gallon this week.
The senators are giving Takata's CEO until Dec. 12 to answer 24 follow-up questions.
Vice President Biden has criticized the facility on multiple occasions.
Nearly 70,000 roads and bridges need to be repaired, Ray LaHood said.
A major fuel manufacturer is threatening to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to...
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for highway projects that must demolish...
Senate will consider president's nominee to lead the Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Michael Huerta said drones have “great potential."
Millions of people traveling for Thanksgiving will face daunting traffic problems.
Senators expressed concern that the FAA was taking too long to approve drone test permits.
An East Coast nor'easter is threatening to snarl travel over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The senator called for reforming the EPA renewable fuel standard.
New air traffic control equipment could save airlines 2.5 million gallons of gas per year.
The Aurora, Ill., facility was set on fire on Sept. 26.
Critics say Uber's latest controversy reveals a gaping hole in the nation's privacy laws.
Senators introduced a bill Thursday to incentivize auto-manufacturing employees to report defects.
The figure is a 4.3 percent increase over 2013 travel in the same period.
New privacy principles should help avoid any privacy 'bumps in the road.'