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The snow has melted, leaving in its wake ... potholes.
U.S.-based competitor says a British company shouldn’t be allowed to shuttle tourists around “America’s Front Yard.”
The provision instructs the Department of Transportation’s Inspector General to examine whether the airport authority is following recommendations to improve financial controls at the agency.
The May 22 event will benefit the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and DC’s Vision Zero safety program.
With his agency now responsible for safety oversight of Metro’s rail operations, Foxx signals that he may use his new authority to rethink federal representation on the transit agency’s governing board.
Transcripts of interviews with crew members aboard Amtrak #188, which derailed last May, paint a picture of chaos and confusion as they began to understand the train had derailed shortly after they left Philadelphia.
NTSB report is the most detailed accounting to date of what happened in the crash that killed 8, injured 200.
Could the fact that Iowans prefer red cars to blue cars be reflective of a partisan bias?
A bi-partisan group of seven legislators say improvements should be made before tolls are considered for the congested roadway.
Yes, folks it’s come to this -- we’ve got so much snow still to clean that even Florida is pitching in to help.