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Oregon Tech taking part in $15.6 million federal research grant 

Oregon Tech is part of a multi-campus program awarded a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, expected to be worth up to $15.6 million, according to a news he grant is administered by Portland State’s Transportation Research and Education Center, TREC, and is for transportation research, education and outreach. 14 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

Self-driving cars could eliminate urban crashes

The golden age of pedestrians is waiting for us.

As the auto and tech industries pour millions into developing autonomous vehicles, some of the biggest gains will be realized by those who aren’t even riding in self-driving cars. 490 more words

Feds Say New York's "I Love NY" Highway Signs Violate The Law

Whether or not you actually feel affection toward New York, drivers cruising the state’s highways and byways are no doubt familiar with the proliferation of blue “I Love NY” signs that dot the roadside promoting tourism. 437 more words

Government Policy

NS Names 2 to Board, Chao to head DOT

Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has been named to the board of directors of Norfolk Southern Corporation.

He will be joined on the board by Marcela Donadio, a retired partner at Ernst & Young. 64 more words

Railroad News

New U.S. Dept. Of Transportation Rules Could Help Alleviate Some Travel Headaches

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — From delayed flights to long security lines, flying can be a frustrating experience, but the U.S. Department of Transportation is proposing new rules to ease some of that pain. 188 more words


Samsung Reps Try To Do 'Galaxy Note7' Damage Control At DIA

By Melissa Garcia

DENVER (CBS4) – Samsung representatives were at Denver International Airport replacing phones for customers who have the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note7 on Monday. 603 more words


U.S. DOT Pushes For Stricter Rules For Service Pets On Planes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Jet-setting pets often travel in the lap of luxury, but the U.S. Department of Transportation is pushing stricter rules for service animals, CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reports. 418 more words