Highway Construction Dollars, Local Police Protection ClashA pot of money from a huge increase in fuel taxes and motorist fees under a 2013 law designed to shore up Pennsylvania's highways and bridges is not so huge anymore, as a growing amount is getting diverted to the Pennsylvania State Police.
PennDOT Says Crews Ready For Snow On Biggest Travel Day Of The YearLes Toaso, PennDOT's district executive for Southeastern Pennsylvania, says the department put three-quarters of its trucks on the road to make sure they stay ice free through this travel period.
PennDOT Officials Say They're Ready For A Messy Thanksgiving EvePennDOT says they will have 444 snow plow trucks ready for this winter in the Philadelphia area and they have over 100,000 tons of salt ready to go.
GM Releases Video To Demonstrate Safety of Recalled CarsOne day after the Department of Transportation refused to order GM to pull recalled vehicles off the road, the auto company has released a video showing tests they've done on the recalled vehicles.
Blog: For On-Time Arrivals Hawaiian Ranks First, Southwest Last
Blog: Airlines Lose Less Bags, 82% Arrive On-Time
Report Shows More Fees, Fewer Choices For Air TravelersA new report from the federal government says airline passengers can expect fewer flights, higher fees, and less competition.
Recent Bus Crackdown Prompts New App That Keeps Riders In The KnowIn a surprise roadside inspection in Atlantic City, a bus from Brooklyn is pulled out of service.
BLOG: Spirit Airlines Blames $2 Fee On Government
Delaware Man Killed When Lawnmower Hits Power Line Delaware State Police say that a worker for the Department of Transportation was fatally shocked when a lawnmower he was operating in Lewes struck an electrical power line.
3 On Your Side: Air Passenger Rights ExpandedHate to fly because you want to avoid things like lost luggage and crummy customer service? Well the Department of Transportation understands your pain and is taking action.