You know, or should know, by now that I am a member of the carryon club: a strong proponent of
Reasons to travel with your pet, drones can keep birds away from plane and airports, teen gored by bison at Yellowstone.
When it comes to booking a hotel online, what you see isn’t always what you get. Especially when you discover you are dealing with a third-party site that looks like a hotel site.
FAA claims new systems improving air traffic control, new safety rules in China for foreign airlines, future airline fees to increase
A better, faster, and safer rail system can be created through better funding, loans and a restructured insurance program. Our system needs new equipment and more attention.
Ranking in-flight music, old-fashioned bowling alleys listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Norwegian Dawn runs aground in Bermuda
On Southwest Airlines consumers may face few fees, but travel agents who deal with corporate ticketing are facing heavy fines for not following Southwest's rules.
Amtrak resumes limited DC-to-Philadelphia service, Is a Spirit/Frontier merger ahead? Google's self-driving car may hit the streets
Amtrak train 188 derailed in Philadelphia last week, killing 8 and injuring more than 150. Ned Levi discusses what rail passengers can do to increase their survivability in case they're involved in a train accident.
United to reward hackers who discover bugs, Delta finally does the right thing — flights for stranded Amtrak passengers for their rail tickets, Las Vegas hotel demand drops after record high.