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How Big Does Tax Reform Have to Go for Infrastructure?

An overseas tax change may be a boon to surface transportation, but it could scuttle broader tax reform.

Are Drones a New Platform for Innovation?

Regulators have a lot to consider when allowing commercial drone use—namely, how not to screw up the market potential.

Techie Alert! The Transportation Department Needs You

DOT Secretary Anthony Foxx unveils 30-year report in a telling place—Google headquarters.

Is Congress Incapable of Permanently Solving the Highway Conundrum?

Rep. John Delaney of Maryland wants a commission to create a sustainable surface-transportation plan. 

DOT Embraces Automatic Braking and Other Safety Gizmos

Transportation Secretary Foxx says the agency is looking for ways to mitigate human error.

Plan B for Transportation Bill: Tax Reform

Infrastructure spending is being discussed as part of a major tax overhaul. And that's a good thing.

Gas Tax Hike Looking More Palatable to Republicans

Some lawmakers say there needs to be a rebate for low-income families. Others call it a "user fee."

It’s Not Just About Roads Anymore

Public views on transportation have shifted away from a singular focus on roads toward multi-use pathways.

A Year-End Gas Tax Hike? Why Not?

There has never been a better time for lawmakers to "clear the decks" of the gnawing highway funding problem.

You Gotta Have Faith (in Infrastructure)

Northern Virginia residents lost out on millions in future revenue because they didn't believe a long-planned streetcar project would actually finish.

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