"Getting from A to B can be more complicated these days."
The rally, organized by motorcoach industry groups, will pass the U.S. Capitol before circling the National Mall in Washington.
Research published by the American Bus Association predicted the motorcoach industry could lose $4.7 billion and more than 27,000 jobs.
A winter storm warning and weather advisory have been issued for parts of northern California and southern Oregon in the aftermath of a powerful "bomb cyclone."
As Uber loses its license to operate in the capital, we look various other travel options open to tourists, including affordable ways of getting around.
"On the face of it, it seems to be a very serious incident that will be thoroughly investigated by the relevant officials," a rep for the bus company said.
The police department advised people to avoid the area while the investigation was conducted and more than six subway trains had service halted to the station.
Secretary Chao is hardly the first Trump administration official to come under fire for way they've handled their ethics agreements.
The system is designed to transport passengers underground at up to 150 miles per hour.
A city that often embodies the proverb "time is money" may soon charge drivers contributing to gridlock.
President Trump's Administration appears to be confused about its position on funding Amtrak and rail travel in the United States.
"We need ideas outside the box because, frankly, the box is broken," he said.
Lyft's new service allows users to "Walk to stop. Hop in. Hop out. Walk to destination."
Some investors have questioned how soon Trump's pro-growth policies may be implemented.
Five companies have put aside their differences to help create a national framework of laws for self-driving cars.