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WASHINGTON (NPR) — Memorial Day weekend is upon us, kicking off the busy summer vacation season, and airlines are forecasting that this could be their busiest summer ever. Industry projections… Read More
The quadrennial Infrastructure Report Card from the American Society of Civil Engineers is an improvement from the D-plus four years ago but shows federal investment is still lacking.
With bookings down and cancellations on the rise amid a surge in new COVID-19 cases, United’s furloughs will be a “gut punch” to employees when federal coronavirus relief funding runs out.
A new survey suggests nearly 60 million Americans are losing money because of canceled plans. And would-be travelers are getting the runaround, even when they are legally entitled to a full refund.
Businesses like Amazon and McDonald’s are building offices near bus and train lines to attract and keep top talent in a tight labor market.
Frequent flyers have often complained of shrinking legroom on flights. Now Congress has ordered the FAA to establish minimum seat widths and pitch — but that’s unlikely to result in more space.
The U.S. is on pace to record close to 40,000 roadway and highway deaths this year. But there is some evidence that drivers are texting less behind the wheel.
But cramped seats, cutbacks on freebies and extra fees weren’t measured in the report and are wearing on airline travelers.