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  • FRANKFURT/ LONDON, Feb 23- Brussels Airport is being prepared for a potential sale as one of its owners is planning an exit from Belgium's main hub, according to several people close to the matter. Brussels is Europe's 26th largest airport, located in Zaventum just outside the city which houses the main European Union and NATO headquarters. Brussels airport is the...

  • A dump truck travels through the open pit at the Tavan Tolgoi coal deposit on Tsogtsetsii, Ömnögovi Province, Mongolia, on Friday, July 22, 2016.

    Coal miners operating in Mongolia are betting on China's massive "One Belt, One Road" program to access new markets.

  • A member of the U.S. Army walks through John F. Kennedy International Airport, June 30, 2016.

    Eleven people walked through an unscreened security lane at JFK Airport Monday morning and apparently boarded flights, officials told NBC News.

  • BERLIN, Feb 15- Ground staff will go on strike again at Berlin's two airports on Thursday, union Verdi said on Wednesday, following walkouts last week over a pay dispute. Verdi wants pay for ground staff, whose roles include checking in passengers, loading and unloading planes and directing them on the tarmac, to be raised to 12 euros an hour from about 11 euros as part...

  • Bombardier takes part in India's infrastructure build

    Harsh Dhingra of Bombardier Transportation talks about the company's role in developing metro projects in India.

  • Rocky road for California train

    CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on the future of high-speed rail in the country under the Trump administration.

  • Pacific Northwest, sending freight rates soaring and prompting Asian buyers to seek fill-in loads as they wait for the backlog at ports to clear. The setbacks come at a critical time for U.S. exporters, who are trying to move as much grain as possible before buyers turn their attention to South America when corn and soybean harvests in Argentina and Brazil...

  • Pacific Northwest, sending freight rates soaring and prompting Asian buyers to seek fill-in loads as they wait for the backlog at ports to clear. The setbacks come at a critical time for U.S. exporters, who are trying to move as much grain as possible before buyers turn their attention to South America when corn and soybean harvests in Argentina and Brazil...

  • What came out of Trump's meeting with airline execs

    Henry Harteveldt of Atmosphere Research Group talks about the President's airport infrastructure plans and how the travel ban is affecting airlines.

  • DAR ES SALAAM, Feb 9- Tanzanian President John Magufuli has told officials to investigate an airport terminal construction project in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam, saying the cost was inflated. The Terminal Three project at Julius Nyerere International Airport is being built by Dutch contractor BAM Group for 560 billion shillings.

  • AECOM CEO: Transportation infrastructure should be number one priority

    AECOM CEO Michael Burke discusses the outlook for infrastructure spending under the Trump administration.

  • JAKARTA/ SINGAPORE, Feb 8- Road blockages and bad weather in Kalimantan on the Indonesian side of Borneo island are being blamed for a disruption of coal supplies from one of the world's most important export regions. "The area most affected is getting coal down the Barito River to coastal ports like Taboneo," said one coal barge shipper from Kalimantan, speaking on...

  • JAKARTA/ SINGAPORE, Feb 8- Road blockages and bad weather in Kalimantan on the Indonesian side of Borneo island are being blamed for a disruption of coal supplies from one of the world's most important export regions. "The area most affected is getting coal down the Barito River to coastal ports like Taboneo," said one coal barge shipper from Kalimantan, speaking on...

  • JAKARTA/ SINGAPORE, Feb 8- Road blockages and bad weather in Kalimantan on the Indonesian side of Borneo island are being blamed for a disruption of coal supplies from one of the world's most important export regions. "The area most affected is getting coal down the Barito River to coastal ports like Taboneo," said one coal barge shipper from Kalimantan, speaking on...

  • JAKARTA/ SINGAPORE, Feb 8- Road blockages and bad weather in Kalimantan on the Indonesian side of Borneo island are being blamed for a disruption of coal supplies from one of the world's most important export regions. "The area most affected is getting coal down the Barito River to coastal ports like Taboneo," said one coal barge shipper from Kalimantan, speaking on...

  • Invited guests sign segments of railroad track during a groundbreaking ceremony for a bullet train station in Fresno on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015.

    Republicans in California are trying to stop a federal grant for a high-speed rail project, according to an LA times report.

  • 'One Belt, One Road' makes slow progress

    Dane Chamorro of Control Risks says China's initiative to develop transport infrastructure connecting it to its neighbors can at times be challenging.

  • This state offers record job openings in construction....

    CNBC's Kate Rogers checks out job opportunities in The Pelican State.

  • Delta Airlines

    The overall trend in the market remains up, but there is one slightly troubling development: Transports are deteriorating.

  • LAGOS, Feb 2- German carrier Lufthansa will not fly to the replacement air hub for the Nigerian capital of Abuja while the main airport is closed for repairs from next month, a company spokesman said on Thursday. While it is closed Abuja- bound passengers will have to fly to Kaduna and travel by bus to the capital, guarded by security, on a road where kidnappings have...