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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.

Can We Stop Ebola Without Squelching Travel?

Some lawmakers want a flight ban from West African regions, while airport screenings have already begun.

Sidestepping the Lowest Bidder

Procurement officers are adding job creation criteria when seeking bids for infrastructure projects.

Is NextGen More Trouble Than It’s Worth?

IG report says aviation upgrades will cost more than they will save.

Survey Finds Public Transit Riders Younger Than Expected

Young parents, occasional riders, and extroverts are typical transit users, study finds.  

Amtrak Bill Strikes Tough, Yet Bipartisan, Tone

The message is clear. Lawmakers want Amtrak to clean up its act.

Mass Transit Requires Etiquette. Can We Handle It?

It's time to get used to packed-in people movers.

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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.

Can We Stop Ebola Without Squelching Travel?

Some lawmakers want a flight ban from West African regions, while airport screenings have already begun.

Sidestepping the Lowest Bidder

Procurement officers are adding job creation criteria when seeking bids for infrastructure projects.

Is NextGen More Trouble Than It’s Worth?

IG report says aviation upgrades will cost more than they will save.

Survey Finds Public Transit Riders Younger Than Expected

Young parents, occasional riders, and extroverts are typical transit users, study finds.  

Amtrak Bill Strikes Tough, Yet Bipartisan, Tone

The message is clear. Lawmakers want Amtrak to clean up its act.

Mass Transit Requires Etiquette. Can We Handle It?

It's time to get used to packed-in people movers.

Show More