Skylar Woodhouse

Business, Fuel

Amtrak Aims for Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2045

An Amtrak train at the Amtrak Memphis Central Station in Memphis, Tennessee. An Amtrak train at the Amtrak Memphis Central Station in Memphis, Tennessee. (Jon Cherry/Bloomberg)

Amtrak plans to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across the network by 2045, the rail company announced Sept. 22, marking the latest move to address its commitment to reduce carbon footprints.

Skylar Woodhouse | Bloomberg News
September 22, 2022
Business, Logistics

Amazon, N.Y. Port Authority Fail to Reach Newark Airport Deal

Newark Liberty International Airport An airplane taxis from a terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport in 2017. (Tim Fadek/Bloomberg News)

Amazon .com Inc. and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey scrapped plans for a new air cargo facility at Newark Liberty International Airport, a project that local activists had criticized.

Skylar Woodhouse | Bloomberg News
July 7, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

Traffic at NYC-Area Bridges, Tunnels Hits Pre-Pandemic Levels

FedEx Traffic in New York City. (John Taggart/Bloomberg News)

Traffic at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s bridges and tunnels has returned to pre-pandemic levels, partly due to changes in traveling habits, said Rick Cotton, the agency’s executive director.

Skylar Woodhouse | Bloomberg News
May 24, 2022
Government, Business, Fuel

States Pitch Tax Cuts, Rebates to Ease Gas Price Surge

Gas prices are seen in front of a billboard advertising HBO's Last Week Tonight in Los Angeles, March 7 Gas prices are seen in front of a billboard advertising HBO's Last Week Tonight in Los Angeles March 7. (Jae C. Hong/Associated Press)

Governors from California to New York are proposing tax cuts, rebates and other forms of relief to drivers paying more than $4 a gallon to fill their gasoline tanks amid Russia’s war with Ukraine.

Skylar Woodhouse | Bloomberg News
March 9, 2022