Show me a neighborhood with easy access to transportation, and I will show you a neighborhood that thrives.
Transportation 2023: How the U.S. is leading, commuting, and exploring
"Transportation 2023: How the U.S. is leading, commuting, and exploring" is a Special Advertising supplement to The Washington Times.
If you have packed your bags, headed to the airport and boarded an airplane this summer, you know that air travel is back and back with a vengeance!
America has led the way in aerospace innovation for a century. From the Wright brothers' first flight to landing Apollo 11 on the Moon, this nation has awed the world with new planes, rockets and aircraft.
Independence Day proved to be an enormous headache for Americans as travel returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Washington, D.C., is home to a notorious distinction for air travelers.
This week, the House of Representatives is considering H.R. 3935, the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act.
On May 10, 1869, from Ogden, Utah, a telegraph operator named W.N. Shilling announced the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad with a single-word notice: "Done!"
When President Biden signed the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law in November 2021, we celebrated.
As Chairman of the House Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee, one question I am regularly asked is, "In space, where are we going next?" My answer is always the same, "It depends."
The United States remains the only nation to have landed humans on the Moon and returned them safely to Earth.