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Stories with person: Anthony Foxx
  • Senators want higher liability for Great Lakes oil spills 
    Updated: May-22-16 1:47 pm

    GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - Michigan's U.S. senators want the Department of Transportation to make sure oil pipelines crossing underneath the Great Lakes are treated as "offshore" and not "onshore" to ensure the owners will have to pay the full cost of a cleanup if there is a spill.

  • Hawaiian Airlines to fly from Tokyo to Kailua-Kona story has photos
    Updated: May-13-16 8:20 pm

    HONOLULU - Hawaiian Airlines on Friday secured the right to begin flying nonstop between Tokyo and Kailua-Kona, bringing a regularly scheduled direct flight from Japan to the Big Island for the first time since 2010.

  • The Latest: Hawaiian to fly Tokyo-Kona 3 times a week 
    Updated: May-13-16 3:57 pm

    HONOLULU - The Latest on Hawaiian Airlines winning Tokyo to Kailua-Kona route (all times local):

  • Chance of "transportation Armageddon"? 25 percent says study 
    Updated: May-09-16 5:18 pm

    NEWARK, New Jersey - Lengthy environmental studies could increase the likelihood that the 106-year-old rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York City would have to close for repairs before a new tunnel is built, a situation one lawmaker has referred to previously as a "transportation Armageddon," a study released Monday said.

  • Air bag recall doubles in size, taxes overloaded industry story has photos
    Updated: May-04-16 5:24 pm

    WASHINGTON - Prodded by the U.S. government, Takata agreed Wednesday to add up to 40 million air bag inflators to an already massive recall, raising questions about the auto industry's ability to produce and distribute the necessary replacement parts.

  • 'No more excuses': Feds replace 3 DC subway board members 
    Updated: Apr-29-16 9:29 am

    WASHINGTON - U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has stepped up his pressure on Washington's subway system by replacing three Metro board members and telling officials there would be "no more excuses" regarding continued safety problems.