Brooklyn, which for years has experienced torrid growth and soaring rents, has seen the average rent has fallen year over year, according to data from Rentcafe. » Read More
By: Tyler Clifford
The country's transportation system nearly reached the safety threshold and "over the next three weeks, we're not even out of the woods yet," transport workers union President John Samuelsen says. » Read More
A senior executive at CRRC, a state-owned Chinese firm and one of the largest suppliers of rail transit equipment, said he was optimistic about the outcome of the ongoing U.S.-China trade spat. » Read More
By: Ryan Browne
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies' first commercial lines are expected to open to the public by 2022, the firm's CEO said Tuesday. » Read More
Hong Kong's once world-beating port needs to raise its game or risk falling further behind competitors in Shanghai, Singapore and elsewhere, industry experts say.
Jim Cramer explains how data stocks are igniting a market rebound after being wrongly written off by investors.
If the real estate trends of the past few years are any indication, Coney Island could be Brooklyn's next neighborhood to undergo a development boom.
Engineers and workers have been boring the 1.14-mile-long tunnel underneath one of the main streets in Hawthorne, California.
China is likely to speed up projects in its ambitious Belt and Road program amid trade tensions with the United States, Citi said in a report, with Chinese construction, transportation, mining and finance companies poised to benefit.
The CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports says the company remains "good allies of all countries" as it embarks on a new agreement that will see its flagship port become a hub in China's wide-reaching belt and road initiative.
A backer of California's failed gas tax repeal measure is proposing an initiative to shift tens of billions of dollars from state coffers to local governments for highway construction and maintenance.
A new state audit raises questions about flaws in California's $77 billion high-speed rail project and could add pressure on Newsom to cut back the construction of the train or make other major changes.
A relatively calm holiday weekend without any major storms or technical glitches that canceled or delayed scores of flights is welcome news for the airlines and their investors — especially in a year that's mostly been a bust for most airline stocks.
But as Dubai International Airport continues to grow, it faces an increasing infrastructure challenge, leading to capacity constraints, CEO Paul Griffiths told CNBC.
General Electric will reduce its stake in Baker Hughes to a slight majority position, the company announced Tuesday.
General Electric CEO Larry Culp acknowledged Monday that his decision to slash the quarterly dividend to a penny sent regular investors scrambling.
Virgin Hyperloop One's newly appointed chairman said he hoped talks with Saudi Arabia would take place "in the next few months."
Uber unveiled plans Tuesday to tackle air pollution in Britain's capital, including a 15p per mile charge on each trip booked in London, incentive payments to its drivers and a diesel scrappage scheme.
Virgin Hyperloop One, one of the bold plans for the new form of high-speed transportation, took a big step this week in the search for a real-world test case — in Missouri, smack dab in the middle of America's heartland.
Campaigners claim the expansion is a "shameful" ploy by the airport's New York-based owners.