BERLIN— Dozens of flights are being canceled at Germany's Duesseldorf and Cologne-Bonn airports after private security workers walked off the job in a dispute over wages. Cologne-Bonn was canceling 40 of 190 flights and Duesseldorf 205 of 530 on Thursday due to the one-day warning strike, the dpa news agency reported. Employers so far have rejected the...» Read More
SHANGHAI, Aug 22- Thousands of truck drivers went on strike over salary and haulage rates in the eastern Chinese port of Ningbo this week, and a logistics firm said on Friday the industrial action was disrupting operations at the world's sixth busiest port.
Big investors are shaping transportation in 2039 by betting on relatively boring fixes to bridges, airports and roads.
While the nation's primary passenger rail system is growing amid hopes for faster service, it's stuck with crumbling infrastructure.
On its centennial, cruisers are still flocking to make the 8–10 hour trip between oceans.
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Ride-sharing service Lyft accused rival Uber of employing dirty tricks to get ahead.
LONDON, Aug 12- From modest beginnings in the Barnett shale beneath the city of Fort Worth, unnoticed by most energy analysts, horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing spread across North America and transformed all aspects of the energy landscape in under 10 years.
CALGARY, Alberta, Aug 6- Canexus Corp, the developer of Canada's first dedicated oil train terminal, said on Wednesday it was talking to interested parties about potentially selling its 70,000 barrel-per-day loading facility in Bruderheim, Alberta.
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Recreational vehicles are "the most discretionary purchase you can think of," so as the economy emerges from the recession, sales are starting to follow.
Companies are sitting on trillions in cash—would be great to see them invest it in US infrastructure, says the CEO of McGraw Hill Financial.
Farm-to-table meals have become so popular that hotels are now getting in the game by offering prepared meals using food hooked or shot by guests.
Congress is inching toward a solution to the government's highway funding crisis that is about as structurally sound as a sand castle.
Macquarie Bank and Cintra own a 75-year lease on the Indiana toll road. Baruch Feigenbaum, Reason Transportation analyst, explains why this is working, and the private sector's role in improving infrastructure in the U.S.
For all the attention Lyft has drummed up from investors, government regulators in New York are far from impressed.
House Speaker John Boehner said he welcomes a "pension smoothing" idea for raising highway funds and hopes to pass a bill within two weeks.
Business travelers spent less money per trip in the second quarter, but it wasn't because prices went down, according to a new report.
The Friday start to the long holiday weekend is shaping up to be the busiest travel day of the summer, according to forecasts.
After years of strife between dockworkers and terminal operators, both sides are taking a more positive tone in talks.
Here is the one big roadblock to Amazon's success, says Jake Novak.