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Can Transportation Authorities Double as Jobs Programs?

Mass-transit investment is a golden opportunity for jobs.

Will Traffic, Parking Enforcement Always Be So Painful?

$200 for 15 minutes of bad parking is a bad break. It happens all the time.

Entrepreneurs Are Unhinging Urban Transportation

Private mass-transit start-ups such as "tech buses" and crowd-sourced commuter routes aren't waiting for government to catch up.

TSA Screening Enters the Spotlight

Background checks for Pre-Check applicants face questions from lawmakers and privacy advocates.

House Gets It Done on Amtrak

Transportation Committee Chairman Bill Shuster bucks half of the GOP in supporting funding for the passenger rail services.

Movement of Goods Needs Attention in Transportation Bill, Report Says

Our ability to function as a nation is inextricably tied to the ability to smoothly move goods through our borders and throughout the states.

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. 

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