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Highway Forced to Install Mile Marker 68.9 After Thieves Keep Stealing '69' Sign
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California Won't Let Trump Destroy Emission Standards Without a Fight
Trump wants to undo Obama's Clean Car Rules, but some states won't let it happen.
The US Just Approved Regular Commercial Flights to Cuba for Six US Airlines
The United States approved scheduled flights to Cuban cities other than Havana from five US cities, with service starting as soon as this fall, the US Transportation Department said in a statement on Friday.
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The KKK Has Taken Its Fight to Pick Up Highway Trash to Georgia's Top Court
A Georgia Supreme Court case will determine whether the state can block the white supremacist organization from participating in the Adopt-A-Highway program.
8 Questions Raised by the FAA's Decision to Register Every Drone in the US
The federal government is creating a database of every single drone purchased in the United States.
This Fake Street Sign is a Public Art Masterpiece
Remembering the time Richard Ankrom installed his own street sign on the California freeway—and it lasted for eight years.
US Department of Transportation Delays New Rules on 'Bomb Trains'
Environmental groups and rail industry watchdogs worry that US regulators are moving too slowly and too passively in taking aging and accident-prone tanker cars off the nation's railways.
Brooklyn Installation Turns Traffic Noise Into An Exuberant Light Vista
"Silent Lights" in Brooklyn transform a highway underpass into something a million times more beautiful