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President Obama is creating a transportation investment center to play an advisory role to states and private investors.
No idea is too crazy to jolt policymakers out of a constant stream of stopgap funding bills for infrastructure.
General Motors seemingly continuous vehicle recalls are putting the Department of Transportation's safety agency under new scrutiny.
U.S. companies that locate offshore are a frequent target, taxwise. Now Democrats are linking the issue to transportation.
Sens. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and Chris Murphy, D-Conn., are proposing the most obvious solution to fixing the dwindling highway trust fund.
States may find themselves completely responsible for maintaining roads and bridges as federal funding troubles continue.
Big answers to maintaining the nation's highway and transit system are in short supply.
Tax laws may need to change to attract private-sector investors in roads and bridges.
If the earmark ban is old news, why do lawmakers keep talking about it?
Infrastructure is everywhere. Can the advocacy community make people see it?