Biden signs bill breaking rail strike
At the White House, President Biden signed a measure passed Thursday by the Senate and Wednesday by the House. It binds rail companies and workers to a proposed settlement that was reached between ...
Russia sidesteps oil embargo with shadow fleet
Russia is shoring up its plan to bypass EU's oil embargo by buying up vintage tankers that can deliver their fuel to willing buyers.
New tech to trap fare evaders
New tech to catch fare evaders is set to be deployed across Britain's second-largest train operator. The system is installed at barriers to automatically detect whether a ticket is valid.
House approves bill to break rail strike
House Democrats approved legislation Wednesday to avert a rail strike. The bill includes terms that four unions did not sign off. Shane Harris with the People's Association of Justice Advocates joi...
Can a crippling U.S. rail strike be avoided?
A nationwide strike set for December 9 could devastate the U.S. economy just before Christmas. U.S. President Joe Biden expressed confidence that a dispute between labor unions and the country's fr...
Self-driving trucks hit the roads
For now, as part of the pilot project led by Scania, a safety driver has to remain behind the self-driving wheel.
Analysis of economic impact of national rail strike
National Labor and Diversity Expert Jason Greer joined us to explain what a rail strike could mean - not just for your Christmas gifts - but for crucial supplies.
Congress expected to pass bill to end rail strike
The House was expected to act first on Wednesday after President Joe Biden asked Congress to step in. The bill lawmakers are considering would impose a compromise labor agreement brokered by his ad...
400 trade groups urge Congress to end rail strike
The deadline for a nationwide rail strike is 10 days away, and several industries are on edge. In a letter to congressional leaders, over 400 trade groups wrote: "The risks to our nation's economy ...
Biden urges Congress to force end of rail workers strike
There is a little more than a week until a potential rail strike; this is a big deal because it could wreak havoc on the economy before the holidays, so now President Joe Biden is gathering congres...
Swapping out combustion engines for e-batteries
Re-fitting diesel buses with e-batteries is technically challenging, but it also offers an opportunity.
Macron announces major rail project
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced he wants to develop a express rail networks similar to Paris in 10 major French cities to unclog traffic and fight against climate change.
Canada: Did Police leak plans to convoy protesters?
Justin Ling strings together testimony from the hearings as well as information from sources that convoy protesters may have been one step ahead of police because officers themselves were feeding s...
Germany project signals end to Russian gas
One of the main parts of the German government’s way out of its dependence on Russian fossil fuels is to buy Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) from other world suppliers. To do this requires the building o...
Serbia, Kosovo reach licence plate deal
"Serbia will stop issuing licence plates with Kosovo cities’ denominations and Kosovo will cease further actions related to re-registration of vehicles," the EU's top diplomat said.
Chaotic Cairo turns to bike lanes
On the heels of hosting the COP 27 conference, Egypt's capital Cairo now has 2km worth of new bike lanes, right in the heart of the vibrant but chaotic city, where negotiating traffic can be a chal...
Rail workers strike could cripple U.S. economy
Negotiators are back at the table trying to avert a freight rail worker strike next month. The strike could cost the U.S. economy $2 billion a day. Labor and employment attorney Ayesha Whyte joins ...
Does war threaten Moldova's only major port?
Mathias von Tucher is in charge of Moldova's only international port: Giurgiuleşti. The inland port has been a strategic lifeline for Ukraine during the war. So is Moldova under threat from Russia ...
Scandanavia: First snowfall causes chaos on roads
Heavy snowfalls in Denmark and Sweden made treacherous driving for motorists, causing accidents and traffic jams.
Emergency meeting after Serbia, Kosovo fail to reach deal
The cross-border licence plate proposal the EU put forward was accepted by Serbia but rejected by Kosovo, High Representative Josep Borrell said. An emergency meeting has now been called after tens...
Emotional reunions as families return to Kherson
Canada's Denise Brown, the UN Resident Co-ordinator in Ukraine, speaks with Rosemary Barton Live about the first humanitarian convoy to Kherson that she was on and the UN's efforts to help the rece...
Blizzard in Buffalo leaves several travelers stranded
Several flights at Orlando International Airport have been cancelled and delayed due to snow storms up north
Cost blow-out for Indonesia's high-speed rail
Southeast Asia’s first high-speed rail line is almost complete. The network connects the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, with Bandung in West Java. It is one of China’s most high-profile international...
Thanksgiving expected to be third busiest since 2000
AAA says nearly 55 million people are take to the roads, skies, rails and more this Thanksgiving holiday.
Deal extended to allow grain out of Ukraine
The agreement for safe exports of grain, foodstuff and fertilisers from Ukraine has been extended for a further four months.
World Cup fans face transport headaches
With more than a million players and fans expected to descend on the tiny state of Qatar for the World Cup, officials have been fine-tuning its transport systems.
Is a flight really quicker than a train?
Euronews Travel reporter Hannah Brown compares travelling London to Lyon to find out if flying really is quicker.
Migrant ship docks in France after dispute
The owners of a migrant rescue ship say European countries have failed to deal with a humanitarian emergency after Italy refused to allow the Ocean Viking carrying asylum seekers to enter one of it...
Flying taxi's close in on public launch
Like most major cities, Paris suffers badly from traffic congestion. But a new service rolling out for the 2024 Olympics is designed to beat the jams - by flying above them. An all-electric flying ...