Transportation | News | localOPB | April 17, 2015 3:15 p.m. | Portland
As early as next week, Portlanders could reinstall ride-finding apps like Uber and Lyft, and start virtually hailing rides.
The Washington House gives its approval to a bill that would set higher oil train safety standards.
Washington House Democrats on Monday released their take on a transportation revenue package, a version that looks similar to the Senate's $15 billion 16-year plan that includes an incremental gas tax increase of nearly 12-cents a gallon.
The Oregon Senate has voted to require cable barriers between opposing traffic lanes on interstate highways.
The Ashland City Council voted to modify an agreement with the Oregon Department of Transportation to supply city water to a proposed rest area and welcome center on Interstate 5.
The Port of Portland has lost another international container carrier, leaving businesses to figure out how to get their products to overseas markets.
The Coast Guard has issued a $5,000 fine to a man who intentionally jumped overboard from a Washington state ferry before the vessel left the Bremerton, Washington, ferry terminal.
Transportation | News | EnergyAP | April 8, 2015 9:54 a.m.
The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community is suing BNSF Railway, alleging the company is violating an agreement that restricts the number of trains that can cross its reservation in northwest Washington.