Seventy-six waivers have already been granted to the new rule, which went into effect Monday.
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The company was accused of selling devices meant to cheat emissions regulations.
The federal government awarded $25 million to help railroads install new technology.
A report says Metro doesn't adequately investigate or work to prevent violations.
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A rule would measure performance by a train’s punctuality at all stops along a route.
Workers don't have enough time to inspect tracks and a manual has conflicting information.
The administration is building on its efforts to integrate drones into the national airspace.
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The deal could increase competition and expand the world's second largest cross-border market.
Large vehicles would be equipped with electronic devices that limit their speed.
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The EPA and Transportation Department have expanded on standards first set in 2012.
The new rules target abandoned pipelines that once carried hazardous liquids.
Critics have worried the Federal Transportation Administration lacks teeth.
The lawsuit claims e-cigarettes can't be prohibited on planes because they don't emit smoke.
Regulators have struggled to keep up with the emerging technology.
Environmentalists cheered the guidance as a game changer.
It's a big win for the passenger rail service, which had warned of serious delays.
Airplanes are the largest source of emissions not currently regulated by the EPA.