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Should jetliners be landing with only a single air traffic controller on duty — even if he is awake? Federal officials have been grappling with that question since the safe landing of two jetliners this week with no help from the lone air traffic supervisor on duty at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
The nation's top aviation official on Thursday said he had suspended a control tower supervisor while investigating why no controller was available to aid two planes landing at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport early Wednesday morning.
The city of Chicago and two major airlines have reached a nearly $1.2 billion agreement that resolves many, though not all, long-standing disagreements over the further expansion of O'Hare International Airport, city and federal authorities announced Monday.
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Senators from Maryland to Massachusetts are asking the federal transportation secretary to redirect high-speed rail funding rejected by Florida's governor to projects in the Northeast Corridor.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is canceling a proposed high-speed train line between Orlando and Tampa promoted by President Obama because, Mr. Scott said on Wednesday, it would cost Florida too much, even with $2.4 billion in federal help.
Florida's Republican Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday announced he will return $2.4 billion in federal funds for building a high-speed rail link between Tampa and Orlando — killing the project and setting off a bipartisan chorus of complaints from Sunshine State lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
The Obama administration's investigation into Toyota safety problems found no electronic flaws to account for reports of sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems.
The Obama administration's investigation into Toyota safety problems has found no electronic flaws to account for reports of sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems.