Legislation that would ensure funding for operations at the U.S. Department of Transportation in fiscal 2023 has been cleared for a vote on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.July 7, 2022
A House panel approved legislation that would ensure the continuity of operations at the U.S. Department of Transportation through fiscal 2023.July 1, 2022
WASHINGTON — Robin Hutcheson, President Joe Biden’s nominee to oversee the nation’s trucking regulations, pointed to the administration’s efforts to boost the industry’s workforce during her confirmation hearing June 8.June 8, 2022
The Department of Transportation has issued a notice establishing a 180-day temporary waiver for the bipartisan infrastructure law’s “made in America” requirements for using certain construction materials.
The Department of Transportation is seeking nominations for members to serve on the agency’s Advisory Committee on Transportation Equity.
WASHINGTON — With upcoming data showing traffic deaths soaring, the Biden administration is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis by slowing down cars, carving out bike paths and wider sidewalks and nudging commuters to public transit.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg pointed to grants proposed by the Biden White House for fiscal 2023 as funding that potentially could modernize major aspects of the country’s mobility network.May 10, 2022
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Norman Mineta, who broke racial barriers for Asian Americans serving in high-profile government posts and ordered commercial flights grounded after the 9/11 terror attacks as the nation’s federal transportation secretary, died May 3. He was 90.May 3, 2022
The leadership of federal agencies will visit Capitol Hill over the next few weeks to defend their slice of the White House’s far-reaching budget plan.April 13, 2022