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Atlanta remains the world’s busiest airport

Ever had to change planes in Atlanta, and found yourself surrounded by fellow passengers? There’s a reason. Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International remained the world’s busiest airport in 2014, handling 96 million

How Memphis recovered from de-hubbing

At its peak last decade, Memphis International Airport, a hub for Northwest Airlines, had nonstop service to nearly 100 destinations, with six to international markets. That added up to 300

Vehicles get older, loans longer

New cars have turned high-tech, loaded with features you usually find on smartphones. But even with all these gadgets available in new cars, vehicles on the road keep getting older.

The pedi-cab economy

Does your town have pedi-cabs, those bicycle driven carts that haul people and tourists around? You might think they’re a nuisance, as some motorists do, but it turns out that

The latest on airports as economic engines

Earlier this year, we gave you a snapshot of how airports in Ohio contribute to their local economies. Now, we’ve got some broader numbers on how aviation fuels the U.S.

Fall air fares may plummet

Summer is the busiest time of the year to travel. But if you can go this fall, you may just get a bargain. Hopper, the airfare predictor app, is forecasting

Big battle over open skies

The battle lines have been drawn in a showdown between the Big Three U.S. airlines —  American, Delta and United — and the Big Three Middle East carriers — Etihad, Emirates

Many cities get new flights

Summer is the busiest time of year for international air travel, and a swath of cities are getting new flights. Last month, Norwegian Air announced it would launch flights from

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Five tips for covering transportation

As people start their day or prepare for a big summer trip or vacation, they are going to want to know about their means of transportation. As a business reporter, you

Safety and sharing economy

A new report by the National League of Cities (NCL) found that 71 percent of city officials surveyed support the growth of the sharing economy, particularly with ridesharing services such

Digital trends in public transportation

Transport agencies and operators are fundamentally changing the way they look at themselves by tapping into a broad array of other digital businesses, digital customers, and even digital ‘things’ at

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