OPINION | Clinton infrastructure plan is good, but a drop in the bucket
OPINION | Federal investment in cities should not fall along partisan lines
The last time New Yorkers relied on public transportation as much as they do today was 1948....
Rep. Bill Shuster endorsed Trump in April.
The old name just is not cutting it any more, let alone producing the result desired by voters.
She accused Trump of only caring about his border wall proposal.
As congestion increases, manufacturing productivity falls.
OPINION | The Highway Trust Fund's problems could be solved by a responsible Congress.
A new bill is a serious attempt to address a program that should have expired last century.
John Boehner has it backwards. What's stupid is not asking questions about the adequacy of Amtrak...
The administration wants to “transform” the nation’s energy infrastructure.
Our nation has a huge deficit of infrastructure investment, and it shows.
OPINION | Next president will need equity framework for infrastructure repair
OPINION | Bring back American manufacturing for robust infrastructure
Democrats and Republicans are almost equally concerned infrastructure has deteriorated in the last...
Political leaders seem unwilling or unable to fix the public transportation crisis.
Rail safety progress is being made, but more is needed
Infrastructure issues have been relegated to the backseat this presidential primary season.
Good roads not only move Americans; they reelect politicians.
If construction laborers arrived at a jobsite and weren’t ready to work and do their job, they...
We're at a critical point in addressing the nation's transportation infrastructure.
Obama says "great nations" invest in their infrastructure.
We need to shake infrastructure investment loose from the hands of tired financial elites.
“My biggest opposition right now is actually Republicans,” he says.