Matt Rose, BNSF CEO, speaks to CNBC's Morgan Brennan about his infrastructure expectations and Trump administration policies.
Amtrak CEO Wick Moorman weighs in on whether Amtrak should be privatized.
Amtrak CEO Wick Moorman speaks to CNBC's Morgan Brennan about fixing rail infrastructure problems.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports the latest surrounding the Oroville Dam spillway problem.
LISBON, Portugal— Lisbon's growing popularity with foreigners is compelling the Portuguese government to adapt a military airport for commercial flights. The number of visitors to Lisbon grew by more than 8 percent last year, after a 5 percent increase in 2015.. Passengers arriving in Montijo will travel 13 kilometers by ferry or 32 kilometers by road into...
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association says close to 56-thousand bridges are deemed structurally deficient.
Barry Lepatner, attorney in construction law firm, infrastructure expert and author of “Too Big to Fall: America's Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward” weighs in on America's decaying infrastructure.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports the latest on the Oroville Dam spillway and how this issue shines a light on the infrastructure issues across the country.
Brown requests assistance for 'potential failure' of the Oroville Dam emergency spillway.
Harsh Dhingra of Bombardier Transportation talks about the company's role in developing metro projects in India.
Authorities say that security screeners and airport workers helped smuggle 20 tons of cocaine through Puerto Rico during an 18- year operation that ended only last year. After making sure there were no drug-sniffing police dogs around, Ortiz loaded the bags on planes and then called a colleague to signal that it was safe for the smugglers to board the plane,...
Philip Howard, founder of the Common Good, says the sad state of the Oroville Dam in California shouldn't surprise anyone. He explains why.
Residents below the tallest dam in the United States near Oroville in Northern California were ordered to evacuate immediately on Sunday.
State engineers are looking for alternative ways to release water as new storms loom over the Northern California region.
WASHINGTON/ NEW YORK, Feb 9- U.S. The Federal Aviation Administration spends nearly $10 billion a year on air traffic control funded largely through passenger user fees, and has about 28,000 air traffic control personnel. The FAA has spent nearly $3 billion since 2007 to implement an updated system, "NextGen," which would utilize satellites to monitor aircraft...
Henry Harteveldt of Atmosphere Research Group talks about the President's airport infrastructure plans and how the travel ban is affecting airlines.
WASHINGTON/ NEW YORK, Feb 9- U.S. President Donald Trump called the U.S. air traffic control system out of date on Thursday and criticized its $10 billion yearly price tag but stopped short of calling for privatization of the program. The Federal Aviation Administration spends nearly $10 billion a year on air traffic control funded largely through passenger...
Gordon Bethune, CNBC Contributor and former Continental Airlines CEO, weighs in on the infrastructure improvements to come in the airline industry.
One issue was notably absent during the White House meeting— Trump's executive order to temporarily ban travel to the U.S. from seven mostly-Muslim countries. Airline and airport executives who emerged from the White House meeting called it a positive session. Some airline executives and Republicans in Congress have proposed privatizing air traffic...
The White House meeting comes at a time of heightened tension within the industry after U.S. carriers raised concerns about ongoing trade agreements with foreign carriers. The session will include reforming the air traffic control system, Transportation Security Administration issues, user fees and regulatory burdens, a White House official told Reuters.