Transportation - News Headlines

Governor changes stance, says he will consider wider tolling
February 16th, 2019  4:19 PM

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, who campaigned saying he would support highway tolls for only tractor-trailers, now says he's considering a wider tolling option

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Judge keeps most Keystone XL pipeline work on hold
February 15th, 2019  7:54 PM

A federal judge in Montana has largely kept in place an injunction that blocks a Canadian company from performing preliminary work on the stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline

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Airlines to give customers 'nonbinary' choice under gender
February 15th, 2019  6:36 PM

Major airlines plan to expand gender options to include more than male and female

Airlines to give customers 'nonbinary' choice under gender
Mountain Valley Pipeline subject of criminal probe
February 15th, 2019  4:28 PM

Federal authorities have launched a criminal investigation of the Mountain Valley Pipeline

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Texas jury awards woman $37 million over Honda seat belts
February 15th, 2019  2:36 PM

A Texas jury has awarded more than $37 million to a woman who sued Honda after being paralyzed in a 2015 car crash

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Flight academy, instructor sued over fatal 2017 plane crash
February 15th, 2019  12:46 PM

The sister of a student pilot who died in a 2017 plane crash in Connecticut has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the instructor and flight school

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FAA decision opens door for Vietnamese airlines to fly to US
February 15th, 2019  12:25 PM

US officials are clearing the way for Vietnamese airlines to fly to the United States

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High-speed tunnel project divides Italy's ruling populists
February 15th, 2019  7:02 AM

A project to build a high-speed rail tunnel through the Alps, meant to speed up journeys between France and Italy, could dead-end as Italy's populists squabble.

High-speed tunnel project divides Italy's ruling populists
Racketeering lawsuit by Dakota Access developer dismissed
February 14th, 2019  9:02 PM

A federal judge has thrown out a $1 billion racketeering lawsuit that the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline filed against environmental groups and activists

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EPA too slow on limiting toxic chemicals, critics say
February 14th, 2019  3:26 PM

Under pressure from Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency says it will move toward setting a safety threshold for some highly toxic chemicals contaminating drinking water in several states

EPA too slow on limiting toxic chemicals, critics say
Too big to sell: Airbus bids pained adieu to superjumbo A380
February 14th, 2019  11:59 AM

European plane manufacturer Airbus says it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021 after struggling to sell the world's biggest passenger jet

Too big to sell: Airbus bids pained adieu to superjumbo A380
The Latest: Germany says Airbus hasn't repaid full A380 loan
February 14th, 2019  11:29 AM

Germany's economy ministry says airplane manufacturer Airbus hasn't yet repaid all of the loan it received to develop the A380

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Airbus abandons iconic A380 superjumbo, lacking clients
February 14th, 2019  7:22 AM

European plane manufacturer Airbus says it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021 after struggling to sell the world's biggest passenger jet

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Proposal would pay TSA screeners during government shutdowns
February 13th, 2019  7:37 PM

Lawmakers propose to make sure that airport security screeners get paid during future government shutdowns

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Minister: Shipping companies' move to Cyprus proof of appeal
February 13th, 2019  1:27 PM

Cyprus' shipping minister: companies setting up headquarters in country doubled in six years, proof of island nation's growing appeal as a maritime business hub.

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Missouri agency says work ongoing to find cause of oil leak
February 13th, 2019  11:12 AM

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources says crews are still working to clean up and identify the cause of an oil pipeline leak in suburban St. Louis

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EU tentative deal could affect Russia-Germany gas pipeline
February 13th, 2019  5:47 AM

The European Union institutions have agreed on a tentative deal that will likely complicate plans for a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany

EU tentative deal could affect Russia-Germany gas pipeline
Nationwide strike hits Belgian transport, factories
February 13th, 2019  3:30 AM

A national strike to demand higher pay has paralyzed airports, sea ports and rail traffic in Belgium, while hundreds of factories are shut down for the day

Nationwide strike hits Belgian transport, factories
FedEx Logistics establishing new HQ in downtown Memphis
February 12th, 2019  7:48 PM

FedEx Logistics is establishing a new headquarters in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, and bringing nearly 700 jobs along with it

FedEx Logistics establishing new HQ in downtown Memphis
Canadian mine company says Mexico crime ring stole $2M-$3M
February 12th, 2019  7:24 PM

A Canadian mining company says a sophisticated criminal enterprise in Mexico stole an estimated $2 million to $3 million in metal concentrates through a subtle scheme that went on for months

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