The U.S. Transportation Security Administration will add officers at airports expected to have the highest passenger volumes, said Jeh Johnson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in a statement on Wednesday. He added that he has asked Congress to approve additional funds to pay for officers' overtime and to meet "critical short-term needs." » Read More
A division of General Electric and Alstom, the French engineering company, are frontrunners to supply locomotives, the FT reports.
Chinese rail companies that have built more than 10,000 miles of track lines domestically now want to expand into infrastructure developments overseas. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
Ahead of his maiden U.S. trip, Indonesia's President Jokowi says that while his first year has been rocky, he's still forging ahead with reform plans.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said about 30 percent of its trips now take place in China, underlining the country's importance to Uber's growth plans.
One key group of Americans is creating unsafe conditions on America's roads, according to a new report.
Iran's vice president told The AP his country is preparing for a "tsunami" of foreign tourists as sanctions against the country starts being lifted.
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India has drafted regulations for ride-hailing companies, including Uber and its domestic rival Ola.
Southwest Air says technology issues have delayed some flights as airline employees have to process travelers manually.
Despite Uber's global challenges which include pending criminal cases, Australia offers a comeback for the ride-sharing app.
For New Yorkers looking to avoid the traffic expected Friday from Pope Francis, the U.N. and Obama, Blade Helicopters has come up with a solution.
How bad is the US infrastructure system? Well, it ranks behind Germany, Japan and even this tiny country, says Doug Oberhelman.
Erik Prince, chairman of Frontier Services Group, says Africa continues to show significant growth, particularly in the consumer sectors.
Indonesia's 11th-hour decision to scrap plans for the nation's first high-speed railway has sown confusion among top investors China and Japan.
China's encouraging its technology and infrastructure companies to export their skills abroad, the New York Times reports.
A group led by Canada's Brookfield will buy Australian logistics company Asciano for $6.5B, creating a global port and freight business.
Uzbekistan Airways announced that it will begin pre-flight weighing of passengers and luggage to ensure flight safety.
North Korea is looking to raise $39M to fund a new brewery in Wonsan, an eastern port city where leader Kim Jong Un has big development ambitions.
Hong Kong's first major IPO to brave the market since the depths of the China market rout, CRSC, opened nearly flat on debut Friday.
In Silicon Valley, residents are used to seeing big buses rolling through transporting workers for tech companies. Now, those drivers want more money.