Officials said 13 people were killed and several others were injured when a Ford Expedition with 25 passengers collided with a semi-truck in Imperial County near the US-Mexico border on Tuesday morning.
It's that time of year when the winter weather starts damaging the roads and we pay the price of hitting potholes.
Federal officials are seeking a $27,500 civil penalty against an airline passenger who allegedly struck a flight attendant who asked the passenger and a companion to leave the plane after a dispute over wearing a face mask.
A Seattle-bound Delta flight was diverted to Salt Lake City Monday afternoon because of a mechanical issue.
A website that shares information about how to get a better night's sleep wants to give someone $2,000 to let researchers watch them snooze.
2 Carnival-owned cruise lines set to resume operations next month
Toll prices on the MTA's seven bridges and two tunnels will increase on April 1.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson died Monday after a battle with pancreatic cancer, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
Some European countries and tech leaders are already working together to develop a “vaccine passport” which could be required for travel this summer.
President Joe Biden’s promise to improve the nation’s infrastructure has renewed interest in the decades-old idea of a high-speed railroad connecting New York and Boston, possibly through a 16-mile tunnel under Long Island Sound.
United Airlines said Wednesday it will buy up to 200 small electric aircraft to help customers in urban areas get to the airport.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday said there is an “active conversation with the CDC” going on regarding imposing requirement of a negative COVID-19 test for domestic airline flights, similar to what is now required for international flights.
The CDC recommends avoiding travel because it increases a person's chance of getting and spreading COVID-19.
Ahead of spring travel, Delta announced Monday it will continue blocking middle seats and limiting capacity on its flights, hoping to ease anxieties about flying during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delta Air Lines says it will continue blocking out middle seats and limiting capacity on flights through April 30, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many countries are stepping up requirements for incoming travelers to show a recent negative COVID-19 test.
The TSA issued an update to its recent mask mandate for travelers passing through security checkpoints, confirming that violators face fines ranging from $250 up to $1,500, for repeat offenders.
The Canadian government has extended a ban on cruise ships through February 2022, which is expected to block trips from visiting Alaska this year.
Beginning Feb. 2, air travelers over the age of 2 without a mask may be denied entry through airport security checkpoints. The requirement remains effective through May 11.
The acting secretary of Homeland Security directed the TSA to take steps to protect passengers and employees in the transportation system.