Low-income Americans lack access to cost-efficient, effective public transportation.
Congress avoided an important discussion on reforming U.S. aviation.
Infrastructure issues have been relegated to the backseat this presidential primary season.
As congestion increases, manufacturing productivity falls.
Good roads not only move Americans; they reelect politicians.
With Eisenhower's interstate system complete, let states fund highways.
A new bill is a serious attempt to address a program that should have expired last century.
We're at a critical point in addressing the nation's transportation infrastructure.
John Boehner has it backwards. What's stupid is not asking questions about the adequacy of Amtrak funding.
Our nation has a huge deficit of infrastructure investment, and it shows.