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Latest News in Transportation

  • December 7, 2018

    Deal Spurs Toss Of $2.9M Verdict Over GM Gear Shifts

    A Connecticut federal judge on Friday said she would vacate a verdict on appeal to the Second Circuit that awarded $2.88 million to the family of an 8-year-old girl killed when a Chevrolet Suburban shifted out of park, since General Motors and the family have settled.

  • December 7, 2018

    Texas Court Affirms Tollway Agency's Immunity In Death Suit

    A Texas appellate panel on Thursday affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of claims against the North Texas Tollway Authority in a wrongful death suit filed by the father of a man who collided with a downed light pole on the tollway, finding that the agency only knew the pole was down one minute before the collision.

  • December 7, 2018

    Nexus Can Access Land For Pipeline Work, 6th Circ. Says

    A Sixth Circuit panel on Friday agreed with a lower court that gave Nexus Gas Transmission LLC quick access to landowners' properties in Ohio so that it could proceed with pipeline construction in a timely way.

  • December 7, 2018

    VW Tells 9th Circ. Counties' Emissions Claims Preempted

    Volkswagen AG has told the Ninth Circuit that counties in Florida and Utah cannot revive their claims the German automaker violated local rules by tampering with emissions software in certain diesel vehicles, insisting they’re preempted by the Clean Air Act.

  • December 7, 2018

    Pa. Appeals Court Upholds SEPTA Win In Bus Injury Suit

    A woman who claims she was injured on a Philadelphia bus when an intoxicated passenger grabbed her neck after the vehicle accelerated can't prove the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority was negligent, a Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Thursday.

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