FAA Awards $970 Million to Improve 114 Airports

The funding will build and expand terminal facilities in 44 states and three territories. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded $970 million to 44 states and three…

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FAA Investigating United Airlines Flight with Damaged Wing

The Boston-bound plane made an emergency landing in Denver. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the damage to a United Flight that made an emergency landing due to…

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DOT Approves Loan for North Carolina Turnpike Completion

The ongoing project will extend the highway near Raleigh by 10.8 miles. The Department of Transportation approved a $417 million loan to extend the I-40 to an interchange…

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DOT Supports FTC Protections Against Predatory Towing

The department urged the FTC to implement additional restrictions curbing junk fees. The Department of Transportation expressed support for policies banning junk fees, especially with regard to the…

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NTSB Reports Four Bolts Missing from Boeing 737 Max 9 Panel

Agency finalizes report after door panel blew off mid-flight. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its report this week on the midair blowout of a Boeing 737…

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FAA Advises Further Search Before Raising Pilot Retirement Age

Senate panel approves increased FAA staffing, rejected the retirement age update. The Federal Aviation Administration sent a letter to Congress this week advising further review with regard to…

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Human Trafficking Solutions Award for 2024 Launched by DOT

The contest is part of the department’s recognition of February as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. The Department of Transportation (DOT) has opened applications for their 2024 Combating…

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Transportation Agency Issues Guidelines for Catchy Highway Signs 

Highway safety officials are concerned about driver distractions.  The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has issued new guidelines on the use of clever highway signs. While not banning the use…

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FRA Finalizes Rule for Emergency Breathing Apparatuses

Crew members on freight trains carrying hazardous materials will have breathing devices. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) recently announced a final rule requiring railroads to provide emergency escape…

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DOT Funds Infrastructure Projects Through 2 Grant Programs

Grants focus on complex infrastructure under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The Department of Transportation announced the release of $4.9 billion to fund 37 uniquely large and complex infrastructure…

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