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Making Bike Share Work

Bike share may be coming of age in the United States. Just don't expect to make money off of it.

Drive. Text. Pay. For Now.

Remember when wearing a seat belt was optional? Regulators want cell phone use by drivers to seem just as uncouth.

GM’s Recall Is Just the Beginning

If General Motors' faulty ignition debacle follows the same pattern as Toyota's "sticky pedal" case, there are some bleak times ahead.

LaHood Predicts Short-Term Extension of Transportation Law

Short-term surface transportation measures will continue in an endless cycle until somebody blinks.

An Old Idea: Tolling Federal Highways

Is it time revisit the old adage that the interstate highway system should be free?

Unpacking Airline Ticket Prices

About one-fifth of a domestic airline ticket price comes from government taxes and fees. Shouldn't we know that up front?

$302 Billion—Can We Get There?

President Obama touched the third rail of American politics in linking taxes to transportation, but he is just a cheerleader in the negotiations.

Don’t Forget Pay-Per-Mile Fees

The depletion of the highway trust fund may reinvigor interest in raising the gas tax, but that is not a permanent solution.

States, Look to the Ballot Box

Through ballot initiatives, voters are telling their state and local authorities 'yay' or 'nay' about whether to spend taxpayer money on bridges, roads, and transit.

High-Speed Rail Can’t Get a Break

Even in train-happy California, high-speed rail is having a tough go of it.

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Making Bike Share Work

Bike share may be coming of age in the United States. Just don't expect to make money off of it.

Drive. Text. Pay. For Now.

Remember when wearing a seat belt was optional? Regulators want cell phone use by drivers to seem just as uncouth.

GM’s Recall Is Just the Beginning

If General Motors' faulty ignition debacle follows the same pattern as Toyota's "sticky pedal" case, there are some bleak times ahead.

LaHood Predicts Short-Term Extension of Transportation Law

Short-term surface transportation measures will continue in an endless cycle until somebody blinks.

An Old Idea: Tolling Federal Highways

Is it time revisit the old adage that the interstate highway system should be free?

Unpacking Airline Ticket Prices

About one-fifth of a domestic airline ticket price comes from government taxes and fees. Shouldn't we know that up front?

$302 Billion—Can We Get There?

President Obama touched the third rail of American politics in linking taxes to transportation, but he is just a cheerleader in the negotiations.

Don’t Forget Pay-Per-Mile Fees

The depletion of the highway trust fund may reinvigor interest in raising the gas tax, but that is not a permanent solution.

States, Look to the Ballot Box

Through ballot initiatives, voters are telling their state and local authorities 'yay' or 'nay' about whether to spend taxpayer money on bridges, roads, and transit.

High-Speed Rail Can’t Get a Break

Even in train-happy California, high-speed rail is having a tough go of it.

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