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General Motors is moving forward with its recall of faulty ignition switches. But amid numerous investigations and following days of congressional testimony, many are still wondering how GM could have kept the problem hidden for a decade.
Millions of cars with safety issues are on the road, and even up for sale.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced a new partnership with airlines to train airline workers to recognize the signs of human trafficking.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he trusts Virginia's transportation leaders are making the right move with the soon-to-open Beltway Express Lanes.
Michigan drivers will test 3,000 smart cars, buses and trucks that can talk to one another as part of a yearlong study to gauge whether the technology reduces injuries and fatalities.
Like the Panama Canal and other influential projects in history, the Silver Line is a model for big success.
After a year-long investigation, the department's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has shut down three primary companies that oversaw a broad network of buses. One ticket seller, nine active bus companies and 13 companies already ordered to cease operation were also a part of the operation, according to an agency release.
Planning for the Silver Line is on the right track, says U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will bring the biggest players involved in the rail-to-Dulles project together on Wednesday.
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