With coronavirus cases surging in some states and more international borders closed than open, the friendly skies aren’t so friendly. But there is a silver lining.
Valley Metro is giving away free face masks at the light rail stop at 44th Street and Washington to help keep people safe during the pandemic.
The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division is experiencing delays after more employees have called out sick or have had to quarantine due to COVID-19.
Since Maricopa County now mandates face masks and coverings, starting today, Valley Metro will hand out face coverings for riders at four locations across the Phoenix area -- those transit stations include Sunnyslope, Central Station in Downtown Phoenix, Ed Pastor, and Metrocenter Mall transit stations.
The new mandate applies to buses, light rails, paratransit, Dial-a-Ride, and vanpools. Masks must also be worn at Valley Metro stops, stations, and transit centers.
President Donald Trump says the Federal Government will pitch in on a light rail project in the Valley.
Later this summer, there may be more used cars for sale than ever before due to a lack of travel during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Transportation Safety Administration is introducing new safety guidelines ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
According to data from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), more people are beginning to travel the skies again since the coronavirus first broke out in America.
MGM on Monday announced that free parking will be available to all guests when the resorts reopen following the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Canadian military jet crashed into a neighborhood on Sunday during a flyover meant to boost morale, killing one crew member and seriously injuring another.
Delta Air Lines is permanently retiring its Boeing 777 fleet by the end of the year, the company announced Thursday.
Around 20,000 newly licensed drivers are on Georgia roads without ever having to take a road test. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the road test was suspended for teens and adults who have met all other requirements.
California is suing ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft, alleging they misclassified their drivers as independent contractors under the state’s new labor law.
Each program eliminates the need for in-person visits to a DMV service center by enabling drivers to complete the tasks online.
They hope to make downtown parking easier for visitors and residents.
This week, JetBlue, Delta and Spirit Airlines have asked the U.S. Department of Transportation to suspend services to certain airports, where they have been a significant drop in the number of passengers.
Arizona is taking another step to aid truckers during COVID-19.
The airline industry has been hit hard before, like 911 and the great recession, but nothing like how COVID-19 has impacted the business.
It just got easier in Georgia for new drivers to get a license