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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.

Stop Jaywalking. Preventing Crashes Is Everyone’s Responsibility

Pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers all have a role to play in keeping collisions from happening.

Voters Are Willing to Pay for Infrastructure. Is Congress?

Ballot initiatives in several states were approved last week to improve transportation systems. 

Massachusetts Voters Asked to Tank State’s Gas Tax

Advocates for repealing the law say inflation-based increases are automatic tax hikes.

Commuting Soothsayers Look for Alternatives to Driving

The market demand for not driving oneself is sprouting some interesting business ideas.

Do You Hate Driving? Your Numbers Are Growing

Vehicle miles traveled in the U.S. has dropped, and young people are most likely to opt for car alternatives.

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