The latest news on transportation
The president's proposal would require vehicles to get 35.5 miles per gallon by 2016.
Officials weigh the impact of shutting subways, like Washington's Metro, if the flu outbreak worsens.
You already knew it was good for the planet, but here's an added bonus.
The $8 billion plan is intended to relieve congestion, create jobs, and reduce pollution.
The president says the government effort is "coming in ahead of schedule and under budget."
Calculate the effect walking or biking to a destination instead of driving can have on the Earth, your wallet and your waistline in this interactive.
Cities across the U.S. are cutting service, laying off transit workers, and hiking up fares.
2008 was a record year for public transportation in the U.S.
As soon as the Secretary of Transportation's per-mile tax idea was raised, the White House dismissed it.