With the help of $1.32 million in federal Recovery Act funding, the State of Washington will build an “electric highway,” a network of public access electric vehicle recharging locations along Interstate 5, the first in the nation
The Port of Seattle has scrapped 200 dirty trucks since the launch of the Scrappage and Retrofits for Air in Puget Sound (Scraps) program.
Massachusetts has become the 29th state to ban texting while driving, bringing the country one step closer to a nationwide ban on texting behind the wheel.
While the manufacturing sector still seems to be moving in the right direction, growth has slowed somewhat in the last few months, a sign that the second half of the year may see more moderate growth.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance is encouraging all jurisdictions in North America to enforce the Unified Carrier Registration for the 2010 registration year.
While June payrolls fell for the first time in six months, the transportation and warehousing sectors added 15,000 jobs during the month
A flight bound for Providence had to make and emeregency landing at Hopkins International Airport on Monday morning.
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