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Morgan Brennan reports on what the NAFTA negotiations could bring for the transportation industry.
Hyperloop One unveiled nine European routes it could eventually develop for the hyperloop.
Packages may have made it under the tree in time for Christmas this year, but UPS failed to deliver for investors.
If the transportation industry is any indicator — and it usually is — then the economy could be on the brink of a downturn.
A company in Florida that’s behind the first privately funded U.S. high speed railway is manufacturing its trains … in California.
The shipping industry has decided to make its ships larger, but are U.S. ports ready?
Trade between the U.S. and Mexico is growing and that’s creating big business opportunities for companies that haul goods over the border.
Why a part of the economy that we don’t talk about may be flashing warning signs.
The economic cost if the nation’s biggest rail operators have to suspend some services.
With the jobs report coming in weak, many are looking to the transport sector for clues about the health of the economy.
Morgan Brennan explains why the transportation sector is experiencing a shortage of much needed workers.
With the world awash in oil and prices half their year-ago levels, there’s one market that’s benefited: crude tanker ships. In the first half of 2015, shipping rates for the some of the largest tankers transporting oil to Asia peaked at just above $90,000 a day, as countries like China stockpiled cheap crude. Tankers also …
Morgan Brennan explains why an the transportation sector, an industry known for being boring, is suddenly getting hot.
Does the selloff in transport stocks provide an opportunity for investors?
This year’s Great American Trucking Show may not seem like the typical venue for investment advice, but America’s transports are an important economic gauge.