US to 'beat up' airlines when necessary for passengers, says transport chief
US airlines have sparred with the administration in recent years over responsibility for flight delays, passenger rights, landing slots and other issues.
Transport disrupted in India's capital after river floods key sites
The river's levels were at their highest in 45 years, following unusually heavy rainfall in New Delhi and hilly northern states, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people, as the river breached its banks.
No price ceiling for flight tickets, transport minister says
Anthony Loke says ticket prices are based on a dynamic pricing system.
HSR project can continue as long as it's not funded by govt, says Loke
The transport minister says the government welcomes any proposal from the private sector to continue the mega project.
Govt mulls return of iconic Penang ferry
Transport Minister Anthony Loke says the ferries are still available for service although there might be operational challenges.
All KTM stations to be equipped with lifts
Transport Minister Anthony Loke says his ministry is also looking at stations which need to be upgraded or expanded to accommodate the growing number of passengers.
Traffic jams, noise pollution expected with Subang airport upgrade
While the value of property will go up, traffic congestion and noise pollution will likely increase as well.
Heavy snow in Japan disrupts flights and trains, closes roads
Domestic airlines including ANA, Japan Airlines and others cancelled a total of 100 flights due to the snow as of noon, according to the land ministry.
What about AirAsia, Loke asked after Batik Air rebuke
AirAsia passengers urge the transport minister to take equal action across the board.
Hopes ride on Loke to resolve flight delays, cancellations
Air passengers are hoping that the transport minister will be able to solve the problems faced since the start of the pandemic.
India aims to finalise six-airbags rule by year-end to beef up road safety
The renewed push comes after Cyrus Mistry, the former chairman of Indian conglomerate Tata Sons, died in a car crash on Sunday, reigniting the road safety debate in the world's fourth-largest car market.
Wage growth, immigration in focus at Australian jobs summit
Even as Australian business groups and unions assemble at the national capital for the summit, Sydney, is facing a protracted strike by train employees and protests by nurses seeking higher wages.
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