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What is Spectrum, and Where are You on it?

On our nation’s network of super highways for voice and data, do you need to pick a lane?

The Country's Freakiest Highway: Ultimate Para Trek

Historic Route 66 that crosses the nation is a popular drive, but the route through Arizona State is perhaps the most amazing bang-for-your buck bizarre trek possible! If you want to go the location of such things as UFOs, ghosts, skinwalkers,...Show More Summary

A Brief Review of Federal Infrastructure Trust Funds

Federal government investments in highways, mass transit, and other modes of transportation are crucial to facilitate the economic activity of the nation. As policymakers turn their attention to federal infrastructure investment, itShow More Summary

14 automakers list more models in Takata recall

U.S. safety regulators have released models from 14 different automakers that are being recalled to replace potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators. Documents posted Thursday by the National Highway Traffic … Click to Continue »

Trump’s Updated Fuel Economy Targets Are Coming This March

After what feels like an eternity, the Trump Administration finally feels confident in releasing its alternative to efficiency rules created under former President Barack Obama. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will provide the details on the new fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks sometime before the end of March. Show More Summary

Look Ma, No Steering Wheel Or Pedals In GM’s Robo-Taxi, Coming In 2019

GM is asking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for permission to commercially deploy up to 2,500 Cruise AVs in ride-hailing fleets in 2019, probably starting in San Francisco, where most of its testing to date has taken place.

NHTSA Orders 2006 Ford Rangers Off the Road Due to Takata Airbag Threat

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said today that owners of 2006 Ford Ranger pickup trucks should stop driving them after the agency confirmed a second Takata airbag-related deat...

Manufacturers urge Trump to tackle infrastructure

America’s manufacturers are urging President Donald Trump to make good on a campaign promise to find money to repair the nation’s highways, airports, dams and bridges. The National Association of … Click to Continue »

Only 19% Of 2017 Model Year Vehicles Sold In US Had Automatic Emergency Braking Tech

Only around 19% of new 2017 model year vehicles sold in the US featured automatic emergency braking systems, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has revealed

Aston Martin to recall thousands of cars in the US

According to documents filed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Aston Martin will be recalling thousands of vehicles due to safety issues. Read more...

As Three High Profile "Black" Murder Cases Take Shape In Metro Atlanta The "Civil Rights Pharisees" Tell Us: "Our Social Justice Jesus Is Celebrating His Birthday And Does Not Want Us To Disturb Him With Such Trivial Matters"

Cell Three People Killed In Liquor Store Robbery Shootout On Old National Highway In College Park GADEAD: The Store Owner A Store Employee The Street Pirate Who Attempted To Rob The Store Cell Murder Suspect Arrested In The 'Barcelona Wine Bar' (Atlanta) Robbery Cell Source: WSB TV Atlanta

Washington state highway reopens after deadly Amtrak derailment

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The affected southbound stretch of Interstate 5, which runs from the Canadian border to Mexico, opened on Wednesday afternoon, the Washington State Department of Transportation said. Federal investigators from the National Transportation...Show More Summary

Last piece of Amtrak train wreckage removed from Washington state highway

The affected southbound stretch of Interstate 5, which runs from the Canadian border to Mexico, will remain closed indefinitely, the Washington State Department of Transportation has said. Federal investigators from the National Transportation...Show More Summary

12 cruise ship passengers dead after bus crashes in Mexico

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At least 12 people died after a bus carrying cruise ship passengers from South Florida to the Mayan ruins in eastern Mexico flipped over a highway early Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. The nationalities of those who died have not yet been confirmed. Among those injured were seven Americans and two citizens of Sweden, Quintana Roo state […]

Honda reports 20th death from exploding Takata air bag

Honda said another person has been killed by an exploding Takata air bag inflator. The company said the person died when a 2004 Honda Civic crashed July 10 in Baton Rouge, La. Officials from Honda and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration inspected the car Tuesday and confirmed that...

Climate change will displace millions in coming decades—nations should prepare now to help them

Wildfires tearing across Southern California have forced thousands of residents to evacuate from their homes. Even more people fled ahead of the hurricanes that slammed into Texas and Florida earlier this year, jamming highways and filling hotels. Show More Summary

Bugatti's $2.61M Chiron recalled over faulty seat recliners

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Even the most opulent vehicles sometimes can't avoid a recall. Case in point: the Bugatti Chiron. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration announced a recall for 2017 and 2018 model year Chirons in late November due to faulty seat recliners. In total, the NHTSA said the faulty seat recliners potentially affect 47 Chirons in total...

If you're visiting Yosemite, bring tire chains. Snow has shut Glacier Point and Tioga roads until spring

Popular roads to Yosemite National Park’s backcountry have closed for the season because of hazardous driving conditions after a recent storm, according to a park news release Wednesday. Tioga Road (California Highway 120), the east-west route through the park, and Glacier Point Road have shut...

THE CONDITIONS WERE PRACTICALLY MEDIEVAL: Here’s What the Family Road Trip Looked Like in 1954: No…

THE CONDITIONS WERE PRACTICALLY MEDIEVAL: Here’s What the Family Road Trip Looked Like in 1954: No GPS, no satellite radio, and a nation without a unified highway system. Here’s how your grandparents did it.

Auto-safety group petitions government to force recall of Chrysler minivans

An auto safety group is asking the government for a recall of Chrysler Pacifica minivans over complaints that the engines can stall without warning. The Center for Auto Safety petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday, asking for an investigation and a recall of 150,000...

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