Served as NTSB chairman since 2009.
Searchers are under pressure to find cockpit voice and data recorders’ signals before batteries are drained.
Lawmakers seek to reverse DOT ruling that airlines must show bottom-line ticket cost in advertising.
Thousands of dead batteries and flat tires come with the winter weather.
Congress wants to reverse USDOT rule that requires bottom-line fares in advertising.
When the clocks leap forward, drowsy drivers hit the road Monday morning.
With rainfall dooming pre-treatment strategies, there is much work to do clearing area sidewalks and streets.
It emphasizes a fix-it-first approach that would give funding priority to salvaging existing roads, bridges and transit systems.
Many school systems will remain closed Tuesday as the region stays locked in a deep freeze.
Congestion in the D.C. region declined last year, the result of furloughs and the federal shutdown.
Unrelenting winter season has sent road crews out more than 30 times.
Unrelenting winter season sends road crews out for the 30th time.
Police hunt for Honda SUV driver who fled after hitting two cyclists, critically injuring one of them.
The president will propose dedicating billions gained from closing business tax loopholes toward transportation.
The president takes lead in addressing a potential crisis in funding for roads, bridges and public transit.
CDC finds fresh way to dramatize the toll taken by distracted driving.
Atlanta saw the biggest bump in 4th quarter sales of electric cars.
Daily high and low temperatures that straddle the freezing mark create pothole minefields.
Post readers had lots of questions about the $2.6 Billion tunnel being built under the District.
The fund that states count on to repair and build roadways will run low by August.
One will filter out large objects — think shopping carts — and the other will take care of particle pollutants.
A remarkable feat of subterranean engineering is going on right under your feet in the District.
D.C. area residents face a day of digging out after a major snowstorm dumped a few more inches.
New accumulation piles atop what already was the winter’s most significant snowfall for the area.
Five to 10 inches of snow, plus sleet and freezing rain, are forecast for Wednesday and Thursday.
Warmer weather in 2012 may have caused a bump in the number of fatal crashes.
Experts say current funding is woefully short of what’s needed to reverse infrastructure decay.
Primary goal is to protect construction workers, but drivers are at risk while negotiating work zones.
Automobile club warns that after hitting a 33-month low in November, gas prices are on the rise.
Icy weather was worse to the west of I-95, which often is the region’s weather dividing line.